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Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement
SYSPRO and Epicor are examples of .NET-enabled legacy software systems that have partly been componentized (rewritten), with

analytical tool examples  knowledge of an online analytical processing (OLAP) developer. The new UI in Issue 010 has also been rewritten using cutting-edge GUI components, offering SYSPRO users easy personalization of their own screens, as well as easy customization enabling the use of Web services with VBScript associated with an unlimited number of user-defined fields. The customization can be deployed on a central or distributed basis. Electronic Signatures , also released in Issue 010, enables much more than just operator Read More
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These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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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 tool examples  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
How to Evaluate Web-based BI Solutions
Web-based business intelligence (BI) is no longer an anomaly: organizations are ready for BI solutions that go beyond Web portals. However, when selecting Web

analytical tool examples  Access to reports and analytical tools can be managed based on roles and groups defined by the administrator to limit access to security-based roles Ability to create, to manage, and to customize virtual table view s Data can be pooled to provide instantaneous views of data virtually User interface customization via cascading style sheets (CSS) Developers can customize user interfaces via Web-based standards within a Web environment Alerts, triggers, and notifications to allow for collaboration The Read More
Factors Inhibiting the Widespread Adoption of Business Performance Management
Business performance management (BPM) and business intelligence (BI) solutions are at a crossroads. Vendors from each domain compete in the same market. BPM

analytical tool examples  repository. Additionally, reporting, online analytical processing (OLAP), analysis, scorecard, and dashboard functionality provide the user with interface and front-end analysis tools. Lastly, many BI vendors develop solutions based on various vertical markets, or business functions, to meet the general needs of organizations out of the box, and increase their usage across the organization by providing specialized solutions. Crossover Vendors In addition to vendors with a strong presence in either BPM or Read More
Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data?
Enterprises that have manufacturing or plant-level intelligence systems can be guided through the forking paths of exception-based decision-making. Not only

analytical tool examples  . They offer middleware analytical applications called manufacturing intelligence or plant intelligence that target other applications used to generate corporate-wide visibility of key performance indicators (KPI). These plant portal applications consolidate data taken from a wide range of computing sources—from plant floors, enterprise systems, databases, and elsewhere—and organize these data into meaningful, roles-based information, aggregating the data from disparate sources for analysis and Read More
How to Create Dashboards People Love to Use
Dashboards have become a standard business tool over the last decade. Dozens of dashboard-building solutions have sprung up to meet the demand. Yet in the

analytical tool examples  to Create Dashboards People Love to Use Dashboards have become a standard business tool over the last decade. Dozens of dashboard-building solutions have sprung up to meet the demand. Yet in the flurry of technology and enthusiasm, little attention has been paid to how to design focused, thoughtful, and user-friendly dashboards. This guide will show you concepts and best practices for creating a high-impact dashboard that people love to use. Read More
Best Practices for Using Excel as a BI Tool
Like its Microsoft Office cousins, Word and PowerPoint, Excel is de rigueur software in businesses around the world. And in offices that lack a formal business

analytical tool examples  Practices for Using Excel as a BI Tool Like its Microsoft Office cousins, Word and PowerPoint, Excel is de rigueur software in businesses around the world. And in offices that lack a formal business intelligence (BI) solution, Excel often becomes the go-to tool for compiling and analyzing business data In this guide, John Wilson, CEO of Claim Insights, and other Focus Experts offer top tips and best practices for using Excel as a business intelligence tool. Read More
How Software Test Management Tools Can Help You Plan, Control, and Evaluate
Software developers need a powerful tool to control and plan the quality of their software applications. With a solution that offers project analysis, testing

analytical tool examples  Software Test Management Tools Can Help You Plan, Control, and Evaluate Software developers need a powerful tool to control and plan the quality of their software applications. With a solution that offers project analysis, testing, and bug administration, you have options that can help increase the quality of your software products. Read about a software test tool that has administrative functions to help you more effectively plan, control, and evaluate your software as it’s developed. Read More
BI Reporting: Does the Tool Really Matter?
Last month I listened to several discussions about the importance of choosing the right reporting tool when installing a business intelligence (BI) solution

analytical tool examples  tools (scorecards or online analytical processing [OLAP)]) tools to do get the job done. Choosing the right reporting tool is important to bring end users the tools they really need to perform their common daily tasks. It requires a lot of effort to make it work. To date, I haven’t met an end user who is happy with the idea of dedicating endless hours to completing an executive report. Reporting users—as I like to call them—are the ones who have always very tight schedules. As such, they need an Read More
CRM-A Real Challenge
Customer relationship management (CRM) should not be viewed as an information technology (IT) tool but as a strategic enabler for organization-wide impact. This

analytical tool examples  A Real Challenge Customer relationship management (CRM) should not be viewed as an information technology (IT) tool but as a strategic enabler for organization-wide impact. This white paper makes recommendations for developing a CRM strategy and value proposition to avoid an implementation falling short of expectations. Read More
Human Capital Alignment: An Effective Tool for HR Value Proposition


analytical tool examples  Capital Alignment: An Effective Tool for HR Value Proposition Read More
E-mail: No Longer a Lightweight Communication Tool
While it’s great to find ways to keep up with mountains of e-mail, organizations must remember that e-mail is not a lightweight communication tool anymore. For

analytical tool examples  mail: No Longer a Lightweight Communication Tool While it’s great to find ways to keep up with mountains of e-mail, organizations must remember that e-mail is not a lightweight communication tool anymore. For people and organizations swamped by critical information, throwing messages away is just not an answer. Increasingly, knowledge workers are turning to searching to manage the volume and value of information sitting in their in-boxes. Read More
Business Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management
For a full picture of the business environment and make the best decisions, middle managers must have access to business intelligence (BI). You can’t focus on

analytical tool examples  Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management For a full picture of the business environment and make the best decisions, middle managers must have access to business intelligence (BI). You can’t focus on only the functional level—you must see the relationships among various business components. And you can—with a BI tool that’s easily accessible no matter where you reside in the enterprise, and that’s flexible enough to meet each department’s reporting needs. Read More

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