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The Wave of the Future for PCB Manufacturing
Few printed circuit board (PCB) companies create dedicated engineering system, and even fewer are successful when they do. Some computer-aided manufacturing

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  the Future for PCB Manufacturing Few printed circuit board (PCB) companies create dedicated engineering system, and even fewer are successful when they do. Some computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) suppliers promise the capability to customize their systems—but the task is usually left to overburdened engineering and IT staff. So how do you transform engineering from organizational bottleneck to a corporate asset? Read More
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Managed Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future
Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business landscape for many traditional IT channel players. This paper assesses the challenges facing the IT channel and describes how IT resellers can transform the growing demand for managed services from a threat into a key opportunity for future business success. Read More
The Transformation CFO: Integrative SaaS and the Power to Change
Integrative software as a service (SaaS) business systems are a way of transforming your finance operations. SaaS can position finance as the nexus of

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  Transformation CFO: Integrative SaaS and the Power to Change Integrative software as a service (SaaS) business systems are a way of transforming your finance operations. SaaS can position finance as the nexus of standardized, real-time information. Finance executives should investigate SaaS solutions and providers, so that finance and IT can work together to enable a cost-effective transformation of finance to a stronger leadership role and improve finance’s value to your company. Read More
State of the Art in TCO: Managing the Total Cost of Ownership
Total cost of ownership (TCO) is one of the most difficult metrics to benchmark. Even when using the clearest of metrics, companies often obtain inadequate

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  the Art in TCO: Managing the Total Cost of Ownership Total cost of ownership (TCO) is one of the most difficult metrics to benchmark. Even when using the clearest of metrics, companies often obtain inadequate results. Instead of thinking solely about how to calculate and reduce TCO, companies should think about how to manage TCO from a business perspective, in order to leverage solid, results-oriented decisions about IT solutions. Read More
Measuring the Success of Lean: Selecting the Best Mileposts for the Never-ending Journey
As manufactures adopt lean principles, the process inevitably involves developing metrics for measuring their progress. But measurements are linked throughout

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  the Success of Lean: Selecting the Best Mileposts for the Never-ending Journey As manufactures adopt lean principles, the process inevitably involves developing metrics for measuring their progress. But measurements are linked throughout the organization, not just on the manufacturing floor but in accounts payable and other back office processes. This white paper emphasizes the need to focus on strategy deployment. Read More
The Miracle in Detroit: Putting the ROI into ITIL
IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  ROI into ITIL IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase deployments, such as IT infrastructure library (ITIL) implementations: massive projects which are hard to sell to management, and which promise returns many years in the future—after significant investment. So how do you get management to buy into your vision? Read More
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Aging Gracefully With The ‘New Kids On The Block’
Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000’s. ERP will

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  also believe that having an ERP system is a prerequisite in most business environments to fully take advantage of the latest business information processing trends, such as collaborative e-Business and customer relationship management (CRM). For a list of the major ERP vendors and their market share, see Figure 1. Figure 1. This is Part One of a five-part article. This part is an overview of the ERP market and how ERP is expanding to included SCM, CRM, and e-procurement. Part Two will discuss the Read More
The Superstar CFO: After the Crisis
In 2007, CFO Research Services published The Superstar CFO, a study documenting the attributes of highly successful chief financial officers (CFOs). Since then,

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  of highly successful chief financial officers (CFOs). Since then, the world has been shaken by financial, political, and natural upheavals that have altered the economic landscape. This report explores how these changes may be affecting companies’ efforts to transform corporate finance into a value-added partner to the business. Read More
The Birds, the B's and the Web
The Internet wing of media giant NBC purchased small business portal AllBusiness.com

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  Impact AllBusiness.com is already an attractive small business portal with a rich variety of content and a marketplace provided by OnSite, which merged with Egghead in July 1999. The influx of money and resources, including savvy Alan Braverman, President of NBCi's business-to-business division, will lead to a rapid expansion of AllBusiness.com. It is a given that ads for AllBusiness.com will soon be appearing on the peacock network, and the network that made ER's George Clooney a star and brought Read More
Lose the Starry Eyes, Analyze: Reviewing the Ideal Candidate for a Pronto Solution
This is an examination of Pronto Software's ERP solution. By looking at how areas where the Pronto product fulfills a large portion of selection criteria

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  offers will likewise be an important consideration—the candidate may need payroll and personnel management features, and could benefit from some other human resources functionality. The following high-level analysis of Pronto's solution will show how to begin determining whether your company's requirements make you Pronto's ideal. Profiling Pronto's Ideal Candidate For each high-level criterion TEC uses to analyze a product, we create several types of graphs. One type is a baseline graph. In the baselin Read More
The TCO of BI: The QlikView Customer Experience
Total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis allows organizations to provide a like-for-like comparison between various solutions for the same project. Assuming that

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  cost of ownership (TCO) analysis allows organizations to provide a like-for-like comparison between various solutions for the same project. Assuming that the benefits of a project would be the same regardless of the solution, the solution with a lower TCO would therefore yield a higher ROI as well as faster payback. This IDC white paper provides a TCO analysis of the QlikView business intelligence (BI) solution. Read More
Combating Malware: Leveraging the Power of the Planet
The amount of malware that is being released around the world is increasing at an alarming rate. To combat these cyber-crimes, new layers of protection are

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  world is increasing at an alarming rate. To combat these cyber-crimes, new layers of protection are needed that take advantage of automating the entire malware protection cycle—from sample collection, analysis and classification, to remediation. By combing automation with Panda’s Collective Intelligence, targeted attacks can be detected more quickly and efficiently. Read More
The Role of PIM and PLM in the Product Information Supply Chain: Where is Your Link?
Diverse groups have been discussing PIM from the perspective of data synchronization and syndication, product lifecycle management (PLM), and enterprise

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  with other systems, workflow, an information repository, and the ability to synchronize and syndicate information to a variety of destinations in multiple formats. PLM's origin was the need to manage bills of material (BOM) or recipes, manage complex CAD drawings, and consolidate product design information in a centralized repository. To extend that capability, PLM adopted collaborative processes to share design information across the enterprise and with supply chain partners. PLM also added tools to Read More
Sharepoint -The Face Of Your Enterprise Architecture
This paper reviews some of the key challenges faced by today’s enterprises, e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and standardization, and explores the features and functionalities of SharePoint that makes it a key component of your enterprise architecture. See how how SharePoint as a platform can be used to integrate enterprise business infrastructure and solutions for your organization. Read More
The New Role of the CFO: from Bean Counter to Corporate Wizard
Find out in the new role of the cfo: from bean counter to corporate wizard.

an example of flow diagram specific to the hospitality industry  how can CFOs play an even greater role in the direction and success of their organizations? Find out in The New Role of the CFO: From Bean Counter to Corporate Wizard . You'll learn how technology is revolutionizing the role of the CFO; which five focus areas are turning CFOs into corporate wizards; how CFOs are driving a high-performance culture; and why CFOs play multiple roles, including prophet and governor. Today's CFO is uniquely positioned to occupy a larger, more vital, and more central role Read More

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