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When will RFID Hit Main Street?
The desire for improved visibility, tracking, etc. stands out as a critical issue to global firms. Most firms don't know how to get started. But as the cultural

baggage airport  airport has proved out' baggage tracking, we expect more here. FDA /Pharmaceuticals. Successful pilots. Conclusions A fair amount of 'faith' is accompanying early adopters, or those testing the water temperature, deciding whether to jump in. They assume that all the technical problems will eventually be overcome, and total asset visibility will be accomplishable. Even if this is the case, there are issues that will slow growth that are very real today. ChainLink Research has done extensive research (of Read More
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Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious
Although end-user companies should continue to track the financial health of their vendors to possibly discern if the vendor will be a collector or one of the

baggage airport  to inherit any excessive baggage with the acquisition of a struggling smaller vendor, it will have now gotten much more than it has bargained for (and possibly, much more than it might be able to handle) with Oracle's intervention. Regardless of whether Oracle was serious about the acquisition (i.e., the bid price is regarded by many as too low, but, on the other hand, Oracle might know something we don't know yet, given its improved Q4 2003 results, and the amounting pressure on PeopleSoft that is soon Read More
The Instant Supply Chain Challenge
For the past few weeks, all eyes (and hearts) have been on the devastation caused by the Indian Ocean Tsunami. What is needed in a disaster like this is an

baggage airport  Instant Supply Chain Challenge The Instant Supply Chain Challenge Featured Author - Bill McBeath - January 28, 2005 Introduction For the past few weeks , all eyes (and hearts) have been on the devastation caused by the Indian Ocean Tsunami . This is the biggest natural disaster in my lifetime—over 225,000 dead (probably many more by the time you read this), the World Health Organization predicting the toll could double due to disease, and millions left homeless and struggling for survival. AN Read More
Making the Team Work
Early in the campaign, the important thing is to get all your team members on the same page, share available knowledge, and plan ways to gather other required

baggage airport  the Team Work Prepare To Sell At The Board Level Early in the campaign, the important thing is to get all your team members on the same page, share available knowledge, and plan ways to gather other required information. The first few meetings should be formal, with a printed agenda, including clear goals and time constraints (showing respect for team members' time). Their objective is to determine the prospect's requirements, based on research, preliminary conversations, and even request for Read More
Merger Mania At Its Extremes Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations
While the merger is justifiable it does not provide the new entity with much room for mistakes. SynQuest also needs to quickly figure out the best combination

baggage airport  the matrimony with their baggage as well. Viewlocity has the integration technology legacy from its inception as one of the first (formerly known as FronTec AB ) enterprise application integration (EAI) vendors. The culmination of its transition from EAI vendor to SCEM vendor took place this year with the sale of its integration products and operations to a systems integrator. SynQuest, a renowned SCP vendor, has nonetheless struggled to gain mind and market share ever since its IPO in 2000 (see SynQuest Read More
Yet another Case for Industry-Specific Solutions
Technology is changing at a breakneck pace, and is there anyone out there who will debate me on that issue? The undeniable evidence that I am getting old is

baggage airport  another Case for Industry-Specific Solutions Technology is changing at a breakneck pace, and is there anyone out there who will debate me on that issue? The undeniable evidence that I am getting old is the fact that I got my engineering degree in the late 1980s. Imagine how much easier my studies would have been then had only the Internet,  word processors , Wikipedia ,  presentation software ,  multimedia  products, etc., been available? The other day I saw a TV commercial where an oblivious Read More
Planning Horizon of a Technical Personnel Management System
Airlines struggle every day to reduce costs, maintain the level of customer service, and have more efficient processes, and this puts more pressure on line

baggage airport  Horizon of a Technical Personnel Management System Introduction Airlines struggle every day to reduce costs, maintain the level of customer service, and have more efficient processes, and this puts more pressure on line maintenance supervisors and engineers. This is where a maintenance personnel management system can be useful. In the first part of this series, I discussed the features of such system. In this final part, I will focus on the system's planning horizon and possibilities. The planning Read More
Taking Stock of Infor’s HCM “Inventory Items” - Part 1
What TEC’s recent in-depth article Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor hinted, my attendance of Inforum 2012 in late April confirmed. Namely, Infor started out as

baggage airport  Came with Its Own Baggage While Lawson Software has long had an HR and talent management creed, this synergy with Infor Workbrain and ERP systems could not be leveraged right away. For one, only recently did Lawson become the same legal entity as Infor, which finally makes cross-sales possible (for a long initial period of time Lawson was just an affiliate of Infor or another legal entity, which complicated contractual terms in case of a joint sale). Another reason for Infor’s need to think the HR/ Read More
Avinor Selects IFS for Quality Assurance Reporting
IFS recently announced that Avinor has chosen IFS solutions for health @ safety, quality assurance (QA), and risk management to streamline HSEQ-related (health,

baggage airport  Selects IFS for Quality Assurance Reporting IFS recently announced that Avinor has  chosen IFS solutions for health & safety, quality assurance (QA), and risk management to streamline HSEQ-related (health, safety, environment, and quality) reporting. Avinor is a state-owned company that is responsible for planning, developing, and operating the Norwegian airport network. Avinor operates 46 airports in Norway, including air traffic control towers, control centers, and technical infrastructure for Read More
Can ERP Meet Your eBusiness Needs?
Businesses cannot afford simply to respond to the next technological innovation; they must learn to respond to change as a constant state. As difficult as it

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The Case of the Fake Transatlantic Flight: Can You Really Trust Online Tools?
Whether we realize it or not, we all have become more or less dependent on computers, the Internet, and many different and complex computer systems.In both

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MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way
MAPICS’ acquisition of Frontstep is a real positive given that Frontstep had already spent ~$60 million to deliver its entire product line, which includes ERP

baggage airport  inherit some sizeable premarital baggage (over $20 million of debt and outstanding liabilities) from Frontstep, which revenues are also expected to be even less in fiscal 2003. More importantly, however, MAPICS is inheriting the technologically advanced and functionally strong product, as Frontstep has apparently recently solved a big piece of its long-plaguing predicament of developing a next generation product and of migrating its large user base. The company had long been in a conundrum of Read More
Acquisitions Fuel Vendor Growth in the Enterprise Applications Field
Infor cites continued organic growth, license revenue from new customers, and install base cross-selling and up-selling as key growth drivers for the group. The

baggage airport  company with all its baggage (a low ratio of license revenue to service and maintenance revenues, several legacy-status products in unrelated industries, and so on) and thus affecting future earnings per share or similar financial metrics for its investors. Again, it is commendable that SSA Global exercised restraint and forethought in this respect, given that only a few years ago the vendor would not have thought twice before jumping at the market share growth opportunity (and also given its 2003 Read More
Voice over IP Reliability
We all know that computers, generally speaking, have not been as reliable as phones. And the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding voice over Internet

baggage airport  world carries some legacy baggage of its own. To begin with, while voice does not require much bandwidth, each conversation has to be maintained in a constant stream with strict latency thresholds for acceptable voice quality. Data traffic is very forgiving of latency, and the switches were designed to burst massive amounts of data through as quickly as possible. The data-switch vendors approach VoIP by taking these basic, data-optimized Ethernet switch platforms and embedding some technology into them. Read More
Navigating Between Service Management Scylla & Charybdis - Part 2
Part 1 of this series analyzed the phenomenon of the rise of the service economy: the increasing importance of the service sector in industrialized economies

baggage airport  Between Service Management Scylla & Charybdis - Part 2 Part 1 of this series  analyzed the phenomenon of the rise of the service economy : the increasing importance of the  service sector  in industrialized economies. Especially in a sluggish market, service delivered after the initial sale of a product is what can truly differentiate competitors. In fact, after-sale service is quite difficult to replicate. Thus, while  durable (hard) goods orders  decline and product-based margins Read More

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