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The Five Sure-fire Strategies for Gaining Management Approval for WMS Projects
Despite the consensus that warehouse management systems (WMS) offer many benefits, getting approval for a new system is challenging. You need to get key

architectural projects  find out about other architectural requirements. Examples of this may include whether the WMS can operate on a centralized or decentralized model, how roll-outs to multiple sites are handled, and what the system/material handling equipment ( MHE ) integration capabilities will be. Ease of integration with existing systems, both internal and external, is essential to keeping IT's time and cost investment low. If your company already uses an ERP system or will be implementing one in the near future, you Read More...

Getting Strategic Planning and Financial Planning in the Same Bailiwick
To provide useful financial insight on projects, financial managers need to think about business strategy more like a series of options than a single projected

architectural projects  parameters set by   Architectural Requirements A framework within which the company can act on the delivery of capabilities, thereby greatly increasing the level of assurance that conflicts with other elements of the organization are not being created. They establish guidelines that potential solutions may not violate (without explicit management approval) and offer steerage towards the selection of an optimal solution. That are realized through   Projects Actions that affect change on the Read More...
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Why Manufacturers Should Cash In on the Promise of Business Intelligence
Through this interview with RCG Information Technology’s Robert Abate, manufacturers can gain an understanding of what it takes to add value to their current

architectural projects  you to create an architectural plan, a blueprint, of what you're going to need. An auto manufacturer, for example, couldn't put an engine into a chassis until the chassis was manufactured. So, one of the pitfalls of this is not understanding the key information that an organization needs. I would say one of the ways to avoid that would be to architect a solution, and that means road-mapping it: building the blueprint of what we're going to do, how we're going to do it, and what tools we're going to use. Read More...
Case Study: 3form
3form, a manufacturer of resin panels used in high-design architectural projects, chose Infor Visual ERP for its flexibility and customizability to meet 3form's

architectural projects  panels used in high-design architectural projects, chose Infor Visual ERP for its flexibility and customizability to meet 3form's specific needs. Read More...
The Post-implementation Agility of Enterprise Systems: An Analysis
Very few companies really run standard software applications as

architectural projects  have an impact on architectural needs and requirements when it comes to selecting a business information system. In other words, typical system requirements for people-centric organizations include tailored business systems for each unit with different operations, geographies, objectives, etc.—but also the ability to provide a holistic view of the business at the top. The trick is thus to maximize overall efficiency and reduce overhead by streamlining core competencies and outsourcing non-core Read More...
Epicor for Service Enterprises: PPM for Professional Services Automation Competitor Analysis Report
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers

architectural projects  for Service Enterprises: PPM for Professional Services Automation Competitor Analysis Report A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers to a system designed to streamline and track resources, projects, portfolios, revenues, and the costs of professional services organizations (PSOs), which provide billable services to their clients. Consequently, PPM for PSA provides both the Read More...
NetSuite OpenAir: PPM for Professional Services Automation Competitor Analysis Report
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers

architectural projects  OpenAir: PPM for Professional Services Automation Competitor Analysis Report A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers to a system designed to streamline and track resources, projects, portfolios, revenues, and the costs of professional services organizations (PSOs), which provide billable services to their clients. Consequently, PPM for PSA provides both the high-level monitoring Read More...
Project and Process Management
Project portfolio management (PPM) is a business practice that helps organizations align their portfolios of projects with their business strategies. PPM

architectural projects  and Process Management Project portfolio management (PPM) is a business practice that helps organizations align their portfolios of projects with their business strategies. PPM organizes a series of projects into a single portfolio consisting of reports that capture project objectives, costs, timelines, accomplishments, resources, risks, and other critical factors. Executives can then regularly review entire portfolios, allocate resources appropriately, and adjust projects to produce the highest Read More...
Eating Dessert First: Maximize Software Value and Minimize Project Risk
In order to achieve success, all business software projects have to surmount requirements risk, technical risk, and planning risk. Many software developers have

architectural projects  Dessert First: Maximize Software Value and Minimize Project Risk In order to achieve success, all business software projects have to surmount requirements risk, technical risk, and planning risk. Many software developers have thus adopted an iterative delivery methodology, finishing first the essential features, and then those additional features which deliver the most value. Some fundamental insights will provide a better understanding of how to set up iterative delivery projects. Read More...
How Supply Chain Projects Morph Into Black Holes
For all but a few astronomers, black holes are unknown in the realm of ordinary experience. Analogs do exist, however, in the more terrestrial domain of

architectural projects  Supply Chain Projects Morph Into Black Holes How Supply Chain Projects Morph Into Black Holes S. McVey - October 19, 2002 Introduction A black hole is an object whose gravitational pull is so strong that nothing - not even light - can escape from it. Although predicted by Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, the existence of black holes in our galaxy and elsewhere has only recently been confirmed. A black hole forms when a massive star dies and collapses under its own mass. For all but a few Read More...
A Roadmap to Data Migration Success
Many large business initiatives and information technology (IT) projects depend upon the successful migration of data—from a legacy source, or multiple sources,

architectural projects  Roadmap to Data Migration Success Many large business initiatives and information technology (IT) projects depend upon the successful migration of data—from a legacy source, or multiple sources, to a new target database. Effective planning and scoping can help you address the associated challenges and minimize risk for errors. This paper provides insights into what issues are unique to data migration projects and to offer advice on how to best approach them. Read More...
PSA -- Still An Evolving Market
What started out as a set of applications to better manage customers' projects, astutely allocate staff and monitor their utilization rates has become an

architectural projects  -- Still An Evolving Market The PSA Market The market for Professional Service Automation (PSA) is still evolving with fragmented offerings from many point solutions providers that are not that financially sound either. As a matter of fact, a vast majority of pure PSA vendors are start-up weaklings, that offer only some of the following areas of an entire PSA (i.e., the bid-to-bill lifecycle), such as opportunity & lead tracking/management, proposal automation, resource planning & forecasting, Read More...
Altman Lighting
Learn how Altman Lighting Inc., a family-owned and operated international manufacturer of architectural and theater lighting fixtures overcame isolated customer

architectural projects  operated international manufacturer of architectural and theater lighting fixtures overcame isolated customer information and business records by replacing their paper-based order processing system. Read how they improved productivity, centralized data, and gained real-time access to customer information and critical business information. Read More...
Data Center Projects: System Planning
System planning is the Achilles’ heel of a data center physical infrastructure project. Planning mistakes can propagate through later deployment phases

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