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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

administrative decision making model  director of regulatory and administrative systems at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) , notes that even at companies with cutting-edge systems, there are trade-offs between data speed and quality. “We can answer most of your questions, but as we get richer data, the practicality of answering any question you have is a problem.” More advanced systems could go some way to reducing this difficulty, but Mr Papesh also says that there are misperceptions “about the level of information and data that Read More...
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Business Intelligence: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers
Despite significant investments in data collection and integration, few companies can redeploy accumulated data to drive business performance. To succeed, they

administrative decision making model  query performance without adding administrative overhead. The BI accelerator has yielded impressive results and this particular implementation has been identified as a role model for future IT projects. After a five-day proof-of-concept to confirm performance improvements, Kimberly-Clark deployed the BI accelerator system for production. Query times have gone up to 120 times faster and users are very happy. In fact, the performance improvements were so radical that before going live, Kimberly-Clark Read More...
Business Intelligence for the Health Care Industry: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers
Hospitals around the world are facing increased pressure to improve operations from multiple directions. Legal requirements, aging populations, and an ever

administrative decision making model  now be delivered beyond administrative offices and directly to clinical staff who can make the most use of it. In turn, this access to increasingly real-time data provides a finer level of insight into data, resulting in more precise decision making and optimization. Further, by integrating BI within business processes and distributing it more widely, decisions can be made at the point of impact. But to ensure that the data can be trusted, a solid data foundation must first be established. 2.0 Read More...
Making the Right Decisions with SCOR
In the relentless search for ever-improving returns on investment and market competitiveness, some of the world’s biggest corporations are applying a model

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(Forgotten) CRM and ERP Kingdoms in the Making?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) vendor Consona is determined to establish a CRM “kingdom” based on Consona

administrative decision making model  of scale, and shared administrative services to drive down costs (and further instill financial discipline)—while concurrently driving up quality, service, win rate, and growth. In other words, the acquired units have generally grasped Consona’s operating model with good results and strengthened financial resources. Their respective products have also benefited from a focus on quality and on improving functionality, with crucial input from existing customers. The company is also on the constant Read More...
Japanese Decision-making Processes Can Influence Enterprise Content Management Functionality
Traditional Japanese Decision-making, or Ringi The decision-making process in North American companies operates within a centralized system, and generally

administrative decision making model  Decision-making Processes Can Influence Enterprise Content Management Functionality Traditional Japanese Decision-making, or Ringi The decision-making process in North American companies operates within a centralized system, and generally takes a top-down approach. In Japanese companies, however, the approach to making decisions is the opposite: it is bottom-up. This traditional and formal decision-making process, which is even now employed in Japanese governmental offices as well as companies, is Read More...
Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy
Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial

administrative decision making model  years, mainly due to administrative and maintenance efforts. The five-year TCO for the automated QualysGuard web service is just under $600K, or half the expense. TCO increases when factoring administrative duties like signature and engine updates, consolidated reporting, vulnerability life cycle management, and historical trend analysis for various time frames. Five-year TCO for the do-it-yourself approach is more than $1.6M while the automated QualysGuard web service is well under $700K. GRAMM-LEACH-BLI Read More...
Making the Real-Time Enterprise a Reality
B2B and B2C companies and private- and public-sector organizations alike are transforming not only their systems but also their cultures and processes, to take

administrative decision making model  real-time, real time, business performance, SAP, Harvard Business Review, data Read More...
Strategic Planning Applications for Better Decision Making
Successful strategic planning relies on your ability to develop and evaluate alternative strategies to identify the most viable approach. But when the outcomes

administrative decision making model  Planning Applications for Better Decision Making Successful strategic planning relies on your ability to develop and evaluate alternative strategies to identify the most viable approach. But when the outcomes are dependent on complex systems that are difficult to predict, you might conclude that the unknowns are insurmountable. Avoid making decisions based on intuition—develop models using computer simulation for clearer pictures of the outcomes of your strategies. Read More...
Value-selling Maturity Model: Key to Sales in Tough Times
Showing value has always been key to greater sales and higher prices. However, the bar has been raised. It’s often no longer enough to claim value@now the

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TEC Launches Its Revamped Small Business Software Model
TEC is glad to introduce its revamped Small Business Software (SBS) model that better addresses current software selection issues for small companies. In

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Making Sense of the Wireless WAN Hype


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TEC Launches a New Decision Support System: jDICE (just Decide-Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees)
Montreal, QC — April 1, 2010 — Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a world-wide leader in enterprise software evaluation, has released a new decision support

administrative decision making model  Launches a New Decision Support System: jDICE (just Decide-Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees) Montreal, QC — April 1, 2010 — Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a world-wide leader in enterprise software evaluation, has released a new decision support system for pragmatic decision makers who already know what’s most important for their company: jDICE ™ (just Decide—Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees). After all, why should you worry about customers or employees when Read More...
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