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Case Study: U.S. Department of Agriculture
In 2004, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was using seven separate systems to manage training for nearly 140,000 employees worldwide. Learn how the department decreased training costs by implementing a single learning management system (LMS) for all USDA training—including mandatory, mission specific ,and discretionary training, and additional training for USDA’s 29 agencies and staff offices.

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: Study: U.S. Department of Agriculture Case Study: U.S. Department of Agriculture Source: Plateau Systems Document Type: Case Study Description: In 2004, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was using seven separate systems to manage training for nearly 140,000 employees worldwide. Learn how the department decreased training costs by implementing a single learning management system (LMS) for all USDA training—including mandatory, mission specific ,and discretionary training, and additional training
8/17/2010 5:39:00 PM

Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage
Can industry-leading practice be found in a commodity software package? If we accept that application software is a commodity, by definition, the answer is no. If a vendor claims industry-leading practice, then it is available to your competition. If we really want to have practices that lift us above the competition, it cannot be in a standard package. Where in the business do we need to be better than best practice?

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage Olin Thompson - August 7, 2003 Read Comments Introduction If application software has become a commodity, how can a company be better than the competition? Commodity software means all or most of the products have the same functions. Since the vendors strive to provide best practice, practices based on the product will mean a company will have the same practices as their competitors. So,
8/7/2003

A Blog is Born » The TEC Blog


AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: corporate blogging, development, Information, TEC, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
23-09-2007

If Software Is A Commodity - Can You Still Win Some Competitive Advantage?
An application product can never provide competitive advantage by itself, it is a function of how and how much is implemented. A good implementation of a commodity software product can give you a short-term advantage until the competition catches up.

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: If Software Is A Commodity - Can You Still Win Some Competitive Advantage? If Software Is A Commodity - Can You Still Win Some Competitive Advantage? Olin Thompson - September 11, 2003 Read Comments The Question If most application software is a commodity (see If Software Is A Commodity...Then What? ), why do some companies gain more benefit and competitive advantage than others (see Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage )? Why do two companies in the same industry, using the same
9/11/2003

Project Management Communication: Developing a Plan (Part 2 Of 3) » The TEC Blog


AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: ERP, PM Project Management, PPM, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
14-04-2008

TIE Catalog Manager


AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: TIE Catalog Manager offers a set of implementation services that enable companies to organize, prepare, and manage item information for use with the UCCnet registry, its members and trading partners throughout the global retail supply and demand chain.

Wrapping Up FOSS Predictions for 2010 with a Look Back » The TEC Blog


AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: bi, demand, foss, license, open source, prediction, trend, user demand, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
11-12-2009

A Product Note: Attensity and the Voice of the Customer
Attensity has found a way to truly capture the voice of the customer with its new breed of customer experience management (CEM) solutions. TEC analyst Jorge García looks at how Attensity’s CEM products can help organizations analyze customer conversations across multiple channels, extract actionable data and insights, and route conversations for rapid and effective response, improving their customers’ experience and loyalty.

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: customer experience management software, customer service experience, cem software, customer experience, customer intelligence, customer experience solutions, customer experience software, customer experience manager, customer relationship management, customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, customer satisfaction survey, customer relations, customer experience strategy, customer feedback, cem, customer relationship, customer service, sentiment analysis, customer sentiment, social media channels, LARA, LARA methodology, Attensity, Attensity Analyze, Attensity Respond, voice of the customer, .
1/12/2012 5:50:00 PM

Jack Link s Beef Jerky Case Study: Wal-Mart Didn t Make Me Do It Part Two: An Approach to RFID Implementation
A four-phased approach allowed for the gradual assimilation of a new technology into the organization. Start small and feel your way, but think and plan for bigger opportunities. The benefits are gained and eventually the technology would be deployed throughout all of the manufacturing and distribution facilities.

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: with US Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations has been a tedious and largely manual process to date for Jack Link s Beef Jerky. The As Is process is a paper-based system with the information being recorded in a separate, external system. Raw material is put into totes with a handwritten piece of paper attached to allow for lot tracking. The process becomes more complex with every production step as a generic lot of raw meat is increasingly differentiated (different cuts, different spices added,
3/9/2005

Hi-Tech Export


AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: Hi-Tech Export has been providing IT services since 1992. Since 1999, the company's primary area of focus has been on clients in the USA and Europe.

Improving Supply Chain Effectiveness
Learn how to improve supply chain performance management in your business.Read IT information in relation to supply chain management (SCM). Increased globalization, volatility in demand and commodity costs, regulatory requirements, and greater dependency on suppliers and other partners have significantly increased the risk of doing business. To manage performance efficiently, midsize companies need a unified planning, budgeting, and consolidation solution. Learn how such a solution can streamline the planning process and help reduce business risk.

AGRICULTURE COMMODITY BLOGS: Improving Supply Chain Effectiveness Improving Supply Chain Effectiveness Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Increased globalization, volatility in demand and commodity costs, regulatory requirements, and greater dependency on suppliers and other partners have significantly increased the risk of doing business. To manage performance efficiently, midsize companies need a unified planning, budgeting, and consolidation solution. Learn how such a solution can streamline the planning process
3/2/2010 10:35:00 AM


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