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A Spoonful of SugarCRMCase Study and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution
SugarCRM is a rapidly growing open source CRM company with solutions that appeal to a community of enthusiastic users. This study, based on a client who

an example of a functional company  reflect their users' demands, An example is that after we did our 1.0 everyone started asking for internationalization—and internationalization is something we were going to do a little bit later, but we rearranged our roadmap and focused our next release on it and we released that in August as 1.1. Thus the product is now translated in about fifteen different languages to support the international community. Within SugarCRM's main focal points (marketing automation and sales force automation according Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Software as a Service's Functional Catch-up
Software-as-a-service solutions are emerging to address almost every business application need considered

an example of a functional company  . CommerceHub would be an example of a focused SaaS provider in the tricky realm of drop-shipping; see A Drop-ship Enablement Pioneer Leads the Way . Global trade management (GTM) and similar applications that entail event management and visibility in a dispersed environment seem to lend themselves well to on demand deployment (see article on TradeBeam , Confronting Core Global Trade Problems: Order, Shipment, and Financial Settlement ). Since 2005, Revionics has been offering SaaS pricing management and Read More...
Supply Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts
The quintessential business challenge is to minimize downtime on assets while minimizing the cost of spare and replacement parts inventory. To meet these

an example of a functional company  self-service, or e-mail requests, an increasing number of products are being embedded with self-monitoring capabilities that can evaluate the health of the product and self-report on service needs. Once the service request has been reviewed and targeted for service, field service applications must then be able to ensure that optimal resources are deployed to provide the service. Once dispatched, technicians or service representatives should have ready access to information about the product they are Read More...
Ambitious Plans and Promises: An Enterprise Software Vendor’s Open Course of Action
Infor has met several of its objectives with Infor Open SOA. The vendor has managed to resolve inherited customer retention issues, move forward with “green

an example of a functional company  a prime example of an existing customer that has embraced Infor's ability to offer complementary, integrated solutions from a single source. Maple Leaf was a BPCS enterprise resource planning (ERP) customer, but chose a supply chain management (SCM) solution suite from Infor, which included warehouse management, transportation management, and supply chain network designer, to replace the 13 legacy systems that previously managed its supply chain. In the UK, Big Bear , a large maker of candy and other Read More...
Winning Users' Hearts & Minds via Usability: A Retail Example
My recent blog series entitled “Integrated Workforce Management (WFM) Platforms: Fact or Fiction?” established that WFM systems have evolved from point

an example of a functional company  that can occur within an organization defined primarily by the collection of roles they have. (A role is a specific grouping of tasks that a person is responsible for or participates in.) Five midsize business departments (Operations, Finance, HR , Sales & Marketing, IT & Partners) 15 typical departmental organization charts showing how the personas are typically organized in these five departments 33 process groups that represent the work people do within business scenarios 155 processes and subsequent Read More...
Why Project Portfolio Management Is a Must-have Strategic Asset in a Down Economy
Project portfolio management (PPM) software can provide a dynamic decision-making process for assessing projects such as portfolios, prioritizing projects, and

an example of a functional company  Project Portfolio Management Is a Must-have Strategic Asset in a Down Economy Project portfolio management (PPM) software can provide a dynamic decision-making process for assessing projects such as portfolios, prioritizing projects, and allocating limited resources to meet key organizational objectives. Using PPM can also help you better align and manage your people, projects, and processes—giving you the ability to react quickly to change and minimize risk in the current declining market. Read More...
Functional Re-use and SOA
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a driving force for future functional use within organizations. However, these functions must be viewed as being shared

an example of a functional company  Re-use and SOA Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a driving force for future functional use within organizations. However, these functions must be viewed as being shared services for all processes. Functional re-use will be the main means of ensuring that organizations can respond rapidly and effectively to market dynamics, and that improvements to specific functions will have the optimum impact across the whole organization. Read More...
SAP Enterprise Mobility: Bringing a Cohesive Approach to a Complex Market
Mobility and consumerization are creating complexity in the enterprise, but embracing the change can lead to more productive mobile workers as well as better

an example of a functional company  strategic plan for building an enterprise mobility strategy. Read More...
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)-A Critical Component of Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI)
The wise enterprise recognizes the need for objective metrics and measurements and for its users to establish metrics to monitor and manage results at every

an example of a functional company  To meet these goals, an enterprise must select a sophisticated BI solution with powerful KPI and other BI and CPM features that are simple enough for every user and accessible from within and outside the walls of the enterprise. See how. 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

an example of a functional company  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...
Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 3: Comparing Three ERP Vendors
This part illustrates how selecting the right ERP product depends on each client's requirements. Epicor, QAD, and Ramco Systems' rank can change with different

an example of a functional company  software has never been an exact science. Vendors' hype, consultants' conflict of interest, users' doubts, tediously long selection processes, and unclear decisions rationale are some of the unfortunate watchwords for most selection practices. It is daunting for corporate IT buyers to discern the true capabilities, strengths and weaknesses of a given enterprise application suite, given the propaganda that pervades vendors' endeavors to differentiate themselves (see Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions ). Read More...
Case Study: Campbell Soup Company
After expanding its product lines and accelerating product roll-outs, the Campbell Soup Company needed to align demand forecasting and supply chain planning

an example of a functional company  Study: Campbell Soup Company After expanding its product lines and accelerating product roll-outs, the Campbell Soup Company needed to align demand forecasting and supply chain planning with its new, more dynamic business model. Learn how the company’s new solution helped it improve inventory forecasting, adapt to day-to-day changes in demand, enhance long-range production planning and risk management, and spend more time on strategic activities. Read More...
Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective
In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These

an example of a functional company  to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By leveraging existing assets while moving to a service-based architecture, you can extend your existing business resources while Read More...
Managing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence: A 360-Degree Perspective
For many companies, total cost of ownership (TCO) of business intelligence (BI) solutions is out of control. And the problem is growing, fueled by ever

an example of a functional company  the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence: A 360-Degree Perspective For many companies, total cost of ownership (TCO) of business intelligence (BI) solutions is out of control. And the problem is growing, fueled by ever-increasing demands from the user community, massive new sources for data, new capabilities, shadow it landscapes, and the cost of keeping people abreast of all the changes. This paper focuses on developing a framework for monitoring and managing the TCO of BI. Read More...
Can a Mobile App Get You a Job Interview?
Serendipity, in addition to actual qualifications and experience, plays a major role in a job search. Indeed, scoring an interview increases one’s chances of

an example of a functional company  job search. Indeed, scoring an interview increases one’s chances of impressing (or not) a potential employer. But how do you win that face time? Candidates struggle to distinguish themselves, while recruiting managers wade through the hundreds of cut-and-dried resumes they receive each day. In the interest of “giving serendipity a nudge,” JobProx is a novel smartphone app that connects recruiters and employers with job seekers when they are near each other physically—putting a face on the endless Read More...

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