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CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond

Example of Analytical Thinking  and consolidations (for one example, see the Kana reference in the Tech Note sited above) lapped the corporate shores. As the technology development and consolidation continues unphased, if not stoked, by the economic downturn today, analysts, busy re-defining CRM as a software space and an ecosystem, - very fuzzy - have given rise to the notion of sub areas of CRM; namely, Operational CRM, Analytical CRM and Collaborative CRM. We've got wireless customer service, customer self-service, marketing Read More
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Difficult Conversations: Discussing CRM with Your CEO Part Two: Elements of the Discussion
A customer relationship management (CRM) system's potential can be lost if the chief executive officer (CEO) doesn't play a continuous role in its

Example of Analytical Thinking  the Impediments Given this example, the CEO is likely to be excited while at the same time frustrated as to why the organization is not going after this technology at warp speed. Now is the time to address some of the realities of the organization. Given a functionally structured organization, one would expect to have the following impediments: No one in the organization owns the customer experience. None of the customer-facing functions are oriented with customer profitability. For example, sales is driv Read More
Using BI and BPM to Address the Information Challenges of Midsize Companies
Business intelligence (BI) and business performance management (BPM) are two disciplines that become critical as companies progress through the midsize stage

Example of Analytical Thinking  of existing departmental solutions-for example, by offering more than three dimensions (spreadsheet rows, columns, and sheets) in which to present data, and an easier and more reliable way of sharing information than e-mail. Conclusion The data we have at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) shows that midsize organizations have very similar functional requirements to enterprise organizations when choosing a BI/BPM solution. What differentiates them is the pressure they are under to organize themselves int Read More
The Post-implementation Agility of Enterprise Systems: An Analysis
Very few companies really run standard software applications as

Example of Analytical Thinking  and up-to-date information. One example of dealing with complex requirements involves divisional procurement departments with requisition self-service capability and intrinsic review and approval processes. These might arise from delegated budgets, different authorization rules, different locations, different ways of information access, different types of users, external partners and outsourcing (subcontractors), and many other complicating factors. Furthermore, systems supporting these requirements need Read More
Enterprise Applications: The Cost of Keeping Current… Or Not
During difficult times it may be tempting to postpone upgrades, treating them as discretionary or optional projects, when in fact they could very well provide a

Example of Analytical Thinking  Cycle , ERP Implementation Example , Cost of ERP Implementation , ERP Implementation Services , ERP Implementation Approaches , ERP Implementation Guide , Phases of ERP Implementation . Aberdeen's research over the past nine months points to the continued need for companies to reduce costs by cutting expenses. This is only accentuated by the current financial crisis and the fear it has created. The corollary to this in regards to Information Technology (IT) investments is to deliver more value. Companies Read More
The Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence
As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with

Example of Analytical Thinking  Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with these tools, it becomes critical to gain insight into the end-user experience. This white paper discusses the need to measure end-user experience from a global perspective and also how Site24x7 can help organizations achieve optimal level of quality end-user experience. BEGINLYXL Read More
Future of MOOCs—Repurposing for Enterprise Learning?
A variety of massive open online courses, commonly referred to as MOOCs, are available to individuals worldwide. While the long-standing impact of MOOCs on

Example of Analytical Thinking  of MOOCs—Repurposing for Enterprise Learning? The idea of open online courses appeared as a form of online learning primarily for higher education institutions in the late 1990s, early 2000s. According to Wikipedia, the MOOC concept stems from the open educational resources movement—“freely accessible, openly licensed documents and media that are useful for teaching, learning, educational, assessment and research purposes.” The term itself stands for “massive open online course.” It Read More
Duty of Care Online
Useful reading for any online business, this white paper offers helpful hints for establishing comprehensive duty of care procedures. When setting up an online

Example of Analytical Thinking  of Care Online Useful reading for any online business, this white paper offers helpful hints for establishing comprehensive duty of care procedures. When setting up an online business, it is important to consider the legal aspects required—most importantly, an adequate privacy policy, and legally binding terms and conditions. Find out more. Read More
In Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making
Decision making is at the core of all business activity, as executives set strategy and manage operations by weighing a vast array of factors to arrive at the

Example of Analytical Thinking  organisational behaviour, cited the example of a US firm’s Chinese subsidiary in which managers formally comply with an appraisal-based annual bonus system but construct the appraisal profiles retrospectively to fit decisions about bonuses made on different criteria. At a more strategic levels, differing cultural biases can impede important strategic discussions. Mr Becker, for example, notes that ABB’s policy of reviewing, and sometimes correcting, key decisions in the light of changing circumstances Read More
WorkWise's eWarehouse provides Groschopp with added control of the entire life cycle of its inventory
Groschopp initially purchased TCM in 1994 and subsequently expanded its usage to over 40 TCM licensed users and 12 data collection users. Groschopp has

Example of Analytical Thinking  s eWarehouse provides Groschopp with added control of the entire life cycle of its inventory Groschopp initially purchased TCM in 1994 and subsequently expanded its usage to over 40 TCM licensed users and 12 data collection users. Groschopp has evolved into an expert user of the entire suite of TCM applications, including MRP, MPS, and Shop Floor Control with complex scheduling. One of their main objectives was the ability to bin track and optimize inventory, leading both to cost savings and also Read More
CRM Selections: When An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Part One: The CRM Selection Challenge
Two of the greatest challenges IT decision makers face when selecting a CRM package is first, having a comprehensive understanding of their functional and

Example of Analytical Thinking  Selections: When An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Part One: The CRM Selection Challenge Introduction Over the past two years it seems not a week has gone by without an editorial about a failed Customer Relationship Management (CRM) project. Many articles relate CRM failure to the absence and/or weakness of business objectives driving the CRM initiative. Although this is true, many projects fail due to a poor vendor selection procedure. Starting At The Beginning Of course software tools Read More
Confessions of a Techno Junkie
Ideas on how to survive the avalanche of technology, avoid the lure of its pitfalls, and succeed with it as the enabler to true process innovation.

Example of Analytical Thinking  phone represents the best example of this. No mere phone, I can take pictures and instantly e-mail them, manage e-mail, peruse the Internet, send text messages, and use it anywhere in the world, except of course, in my home in Texas which is officially located in a no coverage zone ! Figure 2: When do you buy technology? Technology as a business antidote Now that I've made light of my personal experiences as a technology consumer, let's leap to the arena of corporate technology acquisition and discuss Read More
Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades
For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both

Example of Analytical Thinking  Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both capital and operating expenses—exploit economies of scale when deploying servers in volume. Saving power, cooling, and space by more than 25 percent, the blade advantage is particularly relevant for servers working in conjunction with storage area networks (SANs). Read More
Benefits of Using a Master Data Management System
Master data management (MDM) comprises a set of processes and tools that define and manage the non-transactional data entities of an organization (also called

Example of Analytical Thinking  of Using a Master Data Management System Master data management (MDM) comprises a set of processes and tools that define and manage the non-transactional data entities of an organization (also called reference data). MDM provides processes for consolidation, quality assurance, and distribution of such data throughout a company to ensure consistency and control in the ongoing maintenance and use of this information. Discover the benefits of an MDM system. Read More
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements.

Example of Analytical Thinking  Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 Read More

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