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Saba Learning Suite
Saba Enterprise 5.4 is a unified HCM solution that provides learning modules and uses Web 2.0. It enables global governance and is a scalable and integrated

5.4  Learning Suite Saba Enterprise 5.4 is a unified HCM solution that provides learning modules and uses Web 2.0. It enables global governance and is a scalable and integrated solution. Saba Learning Suite is built on the Saba Enterprise and addresses the strategic mandates of the learning organization to deliver formal and informal learning. With Saba Centra, Saba Learning Suite is a learning suite that addresses formal, informal, self-paced, live, and blended learning. The Saba Learning Suite consists of Read More
Recent Developments in One Price Management Provider''s Business
A quality product offering doesn''t guarantee success for any up-and-coming vendor, especially in a market requiring more awareness and depending on

5.4  general availability of ZPPS 5.4 , which delivered numerous enhancements to the pricing applications of ZPPS Deal Manager and ZPPS Analytics. ZPPS 5.4 further extended the ability of these two products to improve sales effectiveness and deal execution. Highlights of ZPPS 5.4 included the following: Enhanced scenario comparison and analysis views, allowing users to more efficiently create and evaluate an unlimited number of alternate deal pricing and term alternatives in real time. These capabilities Read More
HP “Medals” In U.S. PC Olympics
In the U.S. desktop PC market, Hewlett Packard and Gateway have been closely embroiled for the #3 position in the market. This trend will not continue. TEC

5.4  on track to reach 5.4 Million units in 2000 - up almost 1.5 million from 1999. It''s still shy of market leaders Dell [NYSE:DELL] & Compaq [NYSE:CPQ] (9.8 & 8.6 million, respectively). But reaching #2 is U.S. sales is no longer impossible. U.S. Sales, Annual Year HP Gateway 1998 2,832,000 3,039,000 1999 3,959,900 4,002,000 2000 5,450,900 4,847,900 Source: TEC [Note: 2000 figures are TEC forecasts.] User Impact Lately, HP''s been slipping some in the minds of business systems buyers. HP needs to draw Read More
HP says
HP to sell Procom''s server appliances.

5.4  their 1998 profit of $5.4 million dipped to a net loss of $2.9 million. Market Impact By focusing on Network-Attached Storage (NAS) instead of traditional server appliance segments such as caching and web serving, HP has delayed going head-to-head against the other large general purpose (GP) server manufacturers (Compaq, Dell, IBM). With the exception of Dell, none of the other large Intel-based server makers has an NAS offering of note. However, Network Appliance is a far more dominant player in the Read More
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book Excerpt Part Three: Common Scenarios
The nature of a sales and operations planning (S&OP) game plan depends on several factors, such as the need to anticipate demand, the item''s primary source of

5.4  equipment shown in figure 5.4 provides an illustrative example. In this case, the equipment''s bill contains a make-to-order component (the base unit), a buy-to-order component (the outside operation for painting), a make-to-stock component (the extra control), and a phantom component (common parts). The routing contains two operations to assemble and paint the equipment. The bill for the base unit consists of a power unit and other components. Figure 5.4 Example of a Make-to-Order Standard Product The Read More
The State of the Art in Finance
Thanks to recent accounting scandals and an increasingly competitive environment, many chief financial officers and the finance organizations they lead have

5.4  5b Enterprise Revenue Average 5.4% 5.7% 1.1% 1.0% Median 2.7% 0.7% 0.6% 0.8% The first insight is not surprising, as larger companies will be able to leverage economies of scale (see Figure 4 below). Size Means Little to Costs Figure 4: However, within each revenue band, some companies had as much as 16 times relative higher finance costs than other companies with approximately the same revenues (see Figure 4). Among all the cost drivers discussed above, the extent to which the company established shared Read More
VAI Explains Its (Quiet) Success in a Hotly Contested ERP Market -- Part 2

5.4  excited about the S2K 5.4 release being browser-based (i.e., why is that a big deal, given that almost every ERP product is now web enabled)? VAI : With S2K 5.4, VAI can now offer its customers the ability to launch S2K using either a Microsoft Windows client or within a browser. Today, many devices are not Windows-based. With S2K 5.4, the user can now launch S2K from any device with a browser, i.e., Apple, Android , etc. In addition, by having S2K browser-based we can now leverage IBM WebSphere Portal to Read More
Has Market Been Too Harsh On Great Plains?
On June 27, Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions, announced financial results for the fiscal

5.4  of acquired intangibles, were $5.4 million and 32 cents per share, respectively, compared to net income and diluted earnings per share of $12.8 million and 86 cents per share, respectively, for the same period last fiscal year. During the quarter Great Plains made significant investments in building its Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) business and increasing its resources focused on e-business solutions. Going forward, Great Plains claims it will continue to make investments across e-business and Read More
Enterprise Performance Management: Cycle II
In February 2009, Quocirca interviewed 800 individuals across eight geographies about their views on, and usage of, enterprise performance management (EPM

5.4  with a score of 5.4. Figure 4 shows the relative performance of countries between cycle I and cycle II. DCH and Iberia are seen to have progressed well, whereas Italy has fallen from second place to the bottom of the table. In cycle I, Quocirca picked up on how those countries that perceived they operated within a light-touch governance environment perceived themselves as doing well in the overall EPM index. However, Quocirca also cautioned that those countries that expected the greatest change in Read More
Creating Competitive Advantage in Growing and Mid-sized Businesses with Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) is not only an imperative for big companies. Growing and midsized organizations also require visibility into all aspects of the

5.4  translates to an estimated. 5.4 billion lost hours per year for US corporations.2 2 HotTopics: 2001 vs. 2005: Research Study Reveals Dramatic Changes Among Information Consumers. Center for Media Research. May 6, 2005. Companies have struggled for decades trying to tie together their disparate software applications to manage their businesses. This has presented a clear and persistent challenge to getting the decision support data required. Growing and mid-sized business often lack a means of visibility Read More
Between Toyota and Sony: Japanese Software in the US Market
Asprova, Japanese developer of production scheduler/advanced planning and scheduling (APS) solutions, is eager to break into the US market. The company is

5.4  US imported from Japan $5.4 billion in computer accessories, and a total of $14.4 billion in various consumer electronics), this does seem rather surprising. The US also recognizes the high quality of Japan’s electrical and electronic equipment. So, what’s causing this hesitation? Or is there even any hesitation on the part of consumers—is it simply that they’re unaware of the Japanese-made solutions that are already available? Does the apparent lack of success thus far have to do with other less Read More
Secure Folder: File or Folder Encryption
Teamwork requires data to be shared, but security must be maintained. Folder encryption is an essential part of corporate security and protecting intellectual

5.4  requirements 5.3. Hardware support 5.4. Support from signature algorithms 5.5. Support from encryption algorithms 5.6. Supported standards 6. Abbreviations   1. Introduction This document describes the functions of Secure Folder and its associated components. It is also intended to provide an overview of the features and performance characteristics of this product. Sensitive information, such as research, financial, customer and personal data, must only be accessible to certain work groups and project Read More
Are Your Company Laptops Truly Secure?
The portable nature of laptops makes them particularly susceptible to all kinds of security and tracking problems. This paper discusses the strengths and

5.4  theft and an estimated $5.4 billion in proprietary information theft.10 Computer crime statistics from the Gartner Group reveal that approximately 80 percent of computer crime consists of inside jobs by disgruntled employees.11 ENCRYPTION IS NOT ENOUGH In response to concerns over mobile data protection, many organizations have turned to deploy solutions that encrypt data on laptop devices. This is a good first step, but unfortunately, encrypted data is not necessarily secure data (a commonly held Read More

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