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ERP for the Utilities Industry
Utilities (gas, water, electricity, and energy) software is typically built off customer billing systems encompassing a suite of modules covering fleet management, maintenance management, GIS, AMR,...
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2009 March » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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2009 April » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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What Makes a Green Supply Chain?
The Green Philosophy There has been so much hype about “green” that many organizations are adopting it, but what is “green”, really? We hear and see it everywhere—in the food we eat (green beans), during our morning routine (green contact lenses), on our way to work (green traffic lights), in our down time (green tea), and during the course of our work day (green initiatives).  Green

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Adexa Reports Record First Quarter Results
It began the quarter as Paragon Management Systems and finished it as Adexa. Now the company looks to build on its record first quarter results.

amr jda 2009 results  logistics,supply chain,goldman sachs,management training,software company,inventory management,supply chain jobs,help desk software,transportation logistics,warehouse management,order management software,transportation management,inventory control software,inventory systems,warehousing software Read More...
2009 October » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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Perfect Orders: Improving Customer Satisfaction and Financial Results
Manufacturers and distributors must keep two groups satisfied—customers and owners. They are connected—what improves the satisfaction of one group can impact the satisfaction of the other. Only through measuring the satisfaction of both groups can these sometime conflicting groups be balanced. Owners watch earnings and return on investment. One way to measure customer satisfaction is with the perfect order index.

amr jda 2009 results   Benchmarking studies conducted by AMR Research show a correlation between improved perfect order performance (using an index similar to the one defined above) and overall corporate results. The research shows that raising the perfect order score by 5 percentage points results in a 2.5% improvement in return on assets. A 3% improvement in the perfect order score correlates with a 1% increase in profit margin, and a 2% jump in the perfect order score shows a 10-cent increase in earnings per share. To Read More...
PLM Road Map 2009: What to Expect?
I went through the agenda of the PLM Road Map 2009 (September 22 and 23, in Detroit, Michigan [US]) when I submitted my attendance preferences to conference organizer Collaborative Product Development Associates (CPDA). Looking at the agenda, I’m convinced that the two-day event is well structured to cover critical issues in the product lifecycle management (PLM) field and to apprehend the future

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Survey of SMB Manufacturers: Results Show ERP Contributes to Success
Sage North America today announced the results of a snapshot survey of small to medium business (SMB) manufacturers on the general health of their businesses and use of their enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Check out Sage's infographic. In sum, SMB manufacturers have added jobs, are more optimistic than not about the economy, and believe that their ERP system has helped serve

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Give BI to the Masses
In today’s business intelligence (BI) industry—despite the search for better, more suitable, and more advanced technology for BI applications—there is a special interest in finding the “true usability” of BI applications. This is to say, users want BI to be not only faster and better, but also easier. And finally, they want its use to be extended to a wide number of people: the search is on for a

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