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Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

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Reducing Operational Risk of IT Service in Finance
An overview for CIOs of the provision and management of IT services at a level that addresses the risk management issues raised by the Basel Committee's New

applications of statistics in real life  e-banking applications. Web-based e-banking applications are typically integrated with legacy systems to allow direct straight-through processing of electronic transactions. Although this significantly reduces the opportunities for human error and fraud that are inherent in manual processing, it increases the dependence on quality design, system interoperability, and operational scalability. E-banking significantly increases banks dependence on IT. This puts additional pressure on IT to maintain adequate Read More...
Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations
Disintermediation is the process of removing redundant intermediaries from a systems management infrastructure. Once vital to systems monitoring, proprietary

applications of statistics in real life  particularly in more mission-critical applications where large volumes of metrics are relevant. Additionally, proprietary management tools often provide facilities useful to administer systems monitoring functions in larger sites, although this is offset by the fact that there is more to administer with proprietary tools, particularly when compared to agentless monitoring configurations. Probably the greatest downside of disintermediation is that just about every management scenario needs to be treated Read More...
BI State of the Market Report
IT departments rarely know as much about a business as the business people themselves. But business users still depend on IT to deliver answers related to the

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From Manufacturing to Distribution: The Evolution of ERP in Our New Global Economy
Because manufacturers are now competing globally, they have shifted production to developing countries where cost of labor and resources is low. Software

applications of statistics in real life  challenges by developing new applications. The Economic Shift Global competition has played a key role in industrialized countries shifting from being production-oriented economies to service-based economies. Manufacturers in North America, Western Europe, and other industrialized nations have adapted to the shift by redesigning their manufacturing production into a distribution and logistics industry, and the skills of the labor force have changed to reflect this transition. Developing countries have Read More...
Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of SME On-premise Business Management Applications and SAP Business ByDesign
This document analyzes the cost of ownership for a typical on-premise small and medium enterprise (SME) business management system, and compares it to the cost

applications of statistics in real life  SME On-premise Business Management Applications and SAP Business ByDesign This document analyzes the cost of ownership for a typical on-premise small and medium enterprise (SME) business management system, and compares it to the cost of an equivalent SAP Business ByDesign implementation. It uses a mixture of different on-premise systems rather than any single vendor's product. Although there are many similarly equipped business management products available, they all compete closely on price. Read More...
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

applications of statistics in real life  of requirements and the applications that support them is a non-trivial task [Garl95], [Abow95]. There is a distinct difference between architecture and engineering [Rech97]. Generally speaking, engineering deals with measureables using analytical tools derived from mathematics and the hard sciences - engineering is a deductive process. Architecture deals largely with unmeasurables using non-quantative tools and guidelines based on practical lessons learned - architecture is in inductive process. The Read More...
PeopleSoft Delivers Oxymoron In 'Supply Chain in a Box'
Users would do well to take PeopleSoft’s claims with a vein of salt and maintain realistic expectations regarding the challenges they will face in integrating

applications of statistics in real life  a packaged suite of applications would have to seamlessly touch critical points within the systems of all of a company's trading partners and produce immediate benefits. Would that this was so, but we fear that the claim is incredible even in the era of XML and wireless communication. Brash announcements by ERP vendors aimed at cutting a way into the supply chain management market are common, of course, and PeopleSoft's claims are no less extravagant than others are. The announcement may serve to attract Read More...
Keeping Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance
One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for

applications of statistics in real life  Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for fueling all other business activity, from staff salaries, to raw materials, to rent. Growing firms need to be especially attentive to cash flow because sales increases typically require new investments associated with product or service production before payments are received. Learn more Read More...
ERP in Manufacturing 2012: The Evolving ERP Strategy
This Aberdeen Group report, based on over 170 survey respondents in manufacturing, provides best-in-class manufacturing approaches to ERP strategy. Today, 92

applications of statistics in real life  in Manufacturing 2012: The Evolving ERP Strategy This Aberdeen Group report, based on over 170 survey respondents in manufacturing, provides best-in-class manufacturing approaches to ERP strategy. Today, 92% of manufacturers have implemented ERP. Still, recent data finds that a successful ERP implementation goes well beyond just putting it into place. ERP, and the organization itself, should be constantly moving forward. Successful manufacturers tailor ERP in reaction to business change and needs Read More...
ERP in the Midmarket 2009: Managing the Complexities of a Distributed Environment
Whether a company is trying to move its performance in enterprise resource planning from laggard to industry average, or industry average to best-in-class, this

applications of statistics in real life  in the Midmarket 2009: Managing the Complexities of a Distributed Environment Whether a company is trying to move its performance in enterprise resource planning from laggard to industry average, or industry average to best-in-class, this white paper reviews the benchmarks of success and the necessary steps to help spur performance improvements. Read More...
The Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence
As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with

applications of statistics in real life  Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with these tools, it becomes critical to gain insight into the end-user experience. This white paper discusses the need to measure end-user experience from a global perspective and also how Site24x7 can help organizations achieve optimal level of quality end-user experience. 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

applications of statistics in real life  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...

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