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Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process
Because small to medium enterprises are limited in their resources, they must carefully consider which of the two major operating systems available—Microsoft

analytical example  Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process When deciding whether to implement an open source or closed source solution, small to medium enterprises must weigh the pros and cons of Linux (an open source operating system) and Microsoft Windows (a closed source operating system), and determine which of the two will serve their business needs at a cost that will suit their budgets. Foundation and Methodology—Hierarchy Since the fact that one proprietary solution is an open source and the other Read More

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CRM Analytics Brings More Profitability
Targeting your best customers and personalizing your relationship with them, implies an in-depth understanding of their behavior.

analytical example  of their behavior. Today, analytical tools combined with existing CRM technologies open the door to improved customer knowledge and help designing the right target marketing activities. This may be missing puzzle piece that would help you reach the expected ROI on those major CRM investments. Five years ago in Europe, CRM began as Sales Force Automation tools designed to improve customer relationship processes through the sales force channel. Two years later, with the development of Call Centers, sales Read More
FRx Poised To Permeate Many More General Ledgers Part One: Executive Summary
FRx Software Corporation, a Microsoft company and a part of Microsoft Business Solutions, might be the best example of Microsoft’s coopetitiveness.

analytical example  associated with rolling out analytical solutions to new markets at an enterprise level. FRx Software believes the program offered a number of options and benefits for qualifying organizations, since, not only should companies be able to fully resell FRx Software applications, but also significant sales and marketing support has been made available to resellers. That support includes media relations, product collateral, remote sales training, a co-op marketing program, webinar (Web seminar) participation, Read More
Enterprise Resource Planning Vendor Gains Connectivity through Acquisition of Plant Intelligence Provider
SAP has gained connectivity to virtually any source on the plant floor and analytical functionality through its acquisition of Lighthammer's products for plant

analytical example  complex data models or analytical tools for process discovery that, somewhat ironically, might provide other vendors that sell plant-focused applications at many levels of solutions for manufacturing and value networks with many opportunities and even allow them to use Lighthammer as the integration toolkit and interface to SAP. These vendors may include Invensys/Wonderware , Rockwell/Datasweep, Camstar , Accumence (formerly Visibility Systems ), Visiprise , PEC Info , DSM , Activplant , Informance , Read More
CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond

analytical example  CRM; namely, Operational CRM, Analytical CRM and Collaborative CRM. We've got wireless customer service, customer self-service, marketing analytics, collaborative e-commerce, employee portals, operational data stores, data warehouses, data marts, data about data (metadata), business intelligence, OLTP and OLAP, and enterprise value management we can't call all that, simply, CRM, now could we? Analysts like to compartmentalize in an effort to simplify and understand, and forecast winners and losers, and Read More
SAP Ushers In Simple Finance on HANA Enterprise Cloud
At its SAPPHIRE NOW 2014 mega conference, SAP declared war on complexity, in many ways. One example is the introduction of SAP Simple Finance, a set of

analytical example  Ushers In Simple Finance on HANA Enterprise Cloud At its SAPPHIRE NOW 2014 mega conference, SAP declared war on complexity, in many ways. One example is the introduction of SAP Simple Finance , a set of solutions rewritten for simplicity within global finance departments. SAP has reportedly worked closely with customers to identify the most complex tasks in finance and make them simpler to consume and perform. The result is SAP Simple Finance, based on SAP HANA in SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud under a Read More
How Not-for-profit Organizations Can Reduce Costs and Practice Better Financial Management with Microsoft Dynamics GP
One of the biggest “time-wasters” in not-for-profit organizations is the constant reentry of data from one system to another. For example, many organizations

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The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

analytical example  exploit this information for analytical purposes. In real-time systems, the importance of data resides mainly in the possibility of reacting or responding to the most current data in the system and uses historical data for monitoring purposes. Common real-time systems are designed for bookkeeping purposes (e.g., invoice information, flight reservations, etc.). Transactional data stored in the traditional real-time system will be changed (updated) according to operational purposes, which explains why some Read More
Banking Industry's Fair Value Accounting (FVA) Conundrum
Every company and almost every individual holds fixed assets. Over time, these assets change in value. For example, real estate tends to increase in value

analytical example  Industry's Fair Value Accounting (FVA) Conundrum Every company and almost every individual holds fixed assets. Over time, these assets change in value. For example, real estate tends to increase in value, while vehicle values decrease. In the US, as in most countries, the global crisis has resulted in declines in the real-estate market and employment sectors. These declines result in housing and business property holdings dropping in market value. Some unemployed households are obliged to walk away Read More
xTuple xChange, Add on to Your ERP
In a call yesterday with xTuple's Ned Lilly, we had a chance to catch up on the open source ERP vendor's current business. I wanted to say a word about the

analytical example  xChange, Add on to Your ERP In a call yesterday with xTuple 's Ned Lilly, we had a chance to catch up on the open source ERP vendor's current business. I wanted to say a word about the company's recently launched xChange online store , which I think is a smart way for an open source enterprise software vendor to provide clients convenient access to community and partner innovations. It may also be a cost-effective means for acquiring specific ERP-related functionality and services as needed.  In the Read More
Acronyms Can Simplify Your Life, or Drive You Insane
Acronyms seem really convenient, at first.It’s great using ERP instead of enterprise resource planning, for example.You save precious time (not typing

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Threshold of a New TEC Advisor
I'm happy to announce the beta launch of our new tool to help people start their research and evaluations of enterprise software systems. Think of it as the

analytical example  of a New TEC Advisor I'm happy to announce the beta launch of our new tool to help people start their research and evaluations of enterprise software systems. Think of it as the doorway to our TEC Advisor online evaluation and comparison application (accessible from our evaluation centers). In the following, I'll explain what it is and how it works. A few years ago I asked on this blog , How do you figure out, from within a large range of software vendors, which vendors to start evaluating? I Read More
Case Study: PH Tech
Providing accurate and timely analytical information to health care professionals is critical to the success of PH Tech, provider of health care benefits

analytical example  Providing accurate and timely analytical information to health care professionals is critical to the success of PH Tech, provider of health care benefits administration services. PH Tech opted to integrate a business intelligence (BI) solution that allows its clients to make better-informed decisions leading to improved performance, lower costs, and enhanced patient and provider goodwill. Learn more about its BI software. Read More
Is There a Way to Avoid Lengthy Catalog Numbers?
A sales configurator needs to be able to

analytical example  There a Way to Avoid Lengthy Catalog Numbers? There are hundreds of industrial automation firms that have been suffering in silence because of the system shortcomings related to part numbers. Many of these companies are unaware that off-the-shelf, intelligent part numbers solutions exist. For more background information, please see Can We Intelligently Use Part Numbers to Configure and Order the Right Products? . Some configurators do support intelligent part numbering. However, the question is, how Read More
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book Excerpt Part Three: Common Scenarios
The nature of a sales and operations planning (S&OP) game plan depends on several factors, such as the need to anticipate demand, the item's primary source of

analytical example  Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book Excerpt Part Three: Common Scenarios Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book Excerpt Part Three: Common Scenarios Featured Author - Dr. Scott Hamilton - March 25, 2004 Common Scenarios for Sales and Operations Planning The nature of a sales and operations planning (S&OP) game plan depends on several factors, such as the need to anticipate demand, the item's primary source of supply, and the production strategy for manufactured Read More
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