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Top 10 Reasons Why a Metals Company Should Move to a Packaged ERP Software Solution Today
Most metals companies are recognizing that it’s time to consider replacing their aging in-house developed information systems with a commercial enterprise

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  make the move to an industry-specific solution—the first being that the quality of their systems can be the limiting factor for growth in today’s competitive markets. Read More...
Product Development and Portfolio Management
The Product Development and Portfolio Management Knowledge Base covers the execution processes of new product development projects and programs, including phase-gate processes. It also addresses...
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The Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report: Achieving Maximum Product Value
Products may fail to meet expectations for many reasons—most of which are self-inflicted wounds (such as unclear product definitions) by the company bringing

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report: Achieving Maximum Product Value Products may fail to meet expectations for many reasons—most of which are self-inflicted wounds (such as unclear product definitions) by the company bringing them to market. What’s more, politics and inertia all too often win the day when it comes to making difficult product portfolio decisions. What actions can you take to rank among those companies which realize margin advantages of over 50 percent for new products? Read More...
Product Developers Need to Shift to an All-Digital Mindset
Over the past several decades, processes to design and build cars, airplanes, and other products have typically followed a linear, sequential path. But the

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  Need to Shift to an All-Digital Mindset Over the past several decades, processes to design and build cars, airplanes, and products used in various other industries have typically followed a linear, sequential path. This process typically started with product research, ideation, and concept development, followed by design and development, prototype and validation, leading to production, launch, operation, and, eventually, product retirement. Although widely used and straightforward, the linear approach to Read More...
Gaining Competitive Advantage through Global Product Development
Product development is a mission-critical process. And it can also be very expensive. But thanks to modern computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  to transfer ideas to an offshore location and ship tangible products back; but still, the cost advantage was impressive. Entire new industries were born out of this trend, a great example being the massive electronics manufacturing industry that now exists in Taiwan. As with any great business success, innovators look to migrate the core concepts to new applications in hopes that they can deliver similar successful outcomes. In the mid-1990s, thanks to the information technology (IT) revolution driven by Read More...
Benefits of Global Product Development
Find out in benefits of global product development.

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  natural evolution of outsourcing and offshoring . Done right, it can make your company significantly more productive. For growth-oriented companies, it means increased capacity and capability. For profit-oriented companies, global product development can translate into reduced costs and improved profits. But are you aware of all the opportunities—and risks —that come along with it? Find out in Benefits of Global Product Development . You'll learn the basics of global product development; the four Read More...
SmartOrg Portfolio Navigator for Product Lifecycle Management Certification Report
SmartOrg Portfolio Navigator is TEC Certified for online evaluation of product development and portfolio management (PD&PM) solutions in the Product Lifecycle

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  Navigator for Product Lifecycle Management Certification Report SmartOrg Portfolio Navigator is TEC Certified for online evaluation of product development and portfolio management (PD&PM) solutions in the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, and in-depth analyst Read More...
ILM as a Journey: Moving Towards Storage as a Service
Technology decision-making in larger organizations is about making existing IT platforms as efficient as possible. However, there are weaknesses in the day-to

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  of infrastructure management provides an understanding of where we are today—and of how much further there is to go. Read More...
Global Product Development Seen as a Boon for Product Lifecycle Management Vendors
An enterprise that wants to shift to a global product development strategy must invest in modern product lifecycle management (PLM) technology. Therefore, the

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  process road map and an instinctive process discipline before consideration is given to onshore or offshore outsourcing. The bottom line is that a company's internal product development house must be in order before it starts moving pieces of the equation offshore. Concerns Abound There typically is no shortage of concerns over a decision to offshore a part or all of a product development process. Even setting political concerns aside, there are considerable business, technical, and organizational 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

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  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...
NetSuite SRP—Catering to Both Service and Product Companies
At SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite announced its new services resource planning (SRP) solution, which addresses all the needs of both services- and product- based

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  homegrown legacy systems offer an opaque view into subsidiaries and divisions, making it difficult to pinpoint unprofitable projects. Finding the right resource with availability to work on a project can be like finding a needle in a haystack, while gauging demand and backlog across geographies is also a guess at best.   The new NetSuite SRP suite addresses global businesses' needs by giving them real-time visibility, integrated financials, resource optimization, and services management from corporate to Read More...
Professional Service Strategies that Win: IT’s New Role in the Cloud
Successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment demands a focused examination of the professional services provided by your organization, and the most

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  Cloud Successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment demands a focused examination of the professional services provided by your organization, and the most efficient infrastructure required to support them. You must provide your most important asset—your people—with effective tools that can be accessed remotely, securely, and immediately. Professional service organizations that understand this will be in a strong position to determine the best cloud-based solution for their needs. Read More...
In Defense of Data Centers: The Positive Role IT Can Play in the Greening of Business
Corporate concern for the environment is no longer just an issue of compliancy. Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about how much energy is required

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  is no longer just an issue of compliancy. Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about how much energy is required by their IT operations, especially by their data centers. Greening IT starts in the data center: find out how data center consolidation—and other solutions—can help you reduce energy consumption, and even increase productivity and efficiency. Read More...
The Integrated Information Management Infrastructure: The Business Value of the Best-of-Suite Approach
Overlooking how an application fits into your overall IT landscape can lead to costly implementations. But addressing data management with middleware solutions

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  Best-of-Suite Approach Overlooking how an application fits into your overall IT landscape can lead to costly implementations. But addressing data management with middleware solutions that work seamlessly with existing applications in your company’s IT environment can lead to significant benefits. Explore the value of technology decisions that support and maintain infrastructure-wide interoperability with regard to your data management solutions. Read More...
How Is a Bad Product Developed?
There are multiple answers for how a bad product is developed; many of them are rooted in myopia in the development process.This morning, when I was leaving

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  since cable ties are an efficient and low-cost way to package goods. However, the connection between packaging design and the second use of the cable tie (unpacking the goods at a consumer’s home) is broken. Cable ties are innocent, but using them in packing consumer goods risks being a design sin. Above are good examples of what will happen if you don’t have a lifecycle perspective in product development. Recent years have seen increasing adoption of product lifecycle management (PLM) systems. Read More...
TEC Product Certification Reports Now Available
We've begun publishing a new type of report (free download) called a Product Certification Report. These have been in the works for a while so I'm very happy to

an example of a memorandum explaining a new product  and unbiased addition to an in-depth evaluation process. Vendors also receive their own copies of the report, with insights that pertain to their product development and competitive landscape.  TEC Product Certification reports represent our analyst group's findings after doing an in-depth review of a vendor's product.  My colleague, Jamal Rahal, recently explained how our analysts perform a certification . In brief, our analysts select a representative cross-section of criteria from our models of Read More...

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