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Failure Is No Accident
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are complicated beasts, and buying one without a plan is like giving your 16-year-old the keys to a Porsche without teaching him to drive. He's headed for a deadly accident, and if you purchase an ERP system without first learning the basics, you are too! Download this white paper for expert advice on what you should know.

BPR FAILURE: Failure Is No Accident Failure Is No Accident Source: IntegrateIT Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are complicated beasts, and buying one without a plan is like giving your 16-year-old the keys to a Porsche without teaching him to drive. He s headed for a deadly accident, and if you purchase an ERP system without first learning the basics, you are too! Download this white paper for expert advice on what you should know. Failure Is No Accident
12/2/2011 11:59:00 AM

Find the Software s Fatal Flaws to Avoid Failure
For any business, software needs exist which will prove difficult to satisfy. Application packages will have fatal flaws where they do not meet these needs. When evaluating software, start with the potential fatal flaws and continually look at the details surrounding them.

BPR FAILURE: Find the Software s Fatal Flaws to Avoid Failure Find the Software s Fatal Flaws to Avoid Failure Olin Thompson - September 6, 2004 Read Comments Introduction When compared to the needs of your business, application software can have fatal flaws. These flaws may make it difficult if not impossible for the application software to run the business. If you do not understand the issues in your business that can expose fatal flaws in software—it can cost you a lot more than money to fix them and perhaps put
9/6/2004

Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Diagnosing Requirements Failure: a Benchmark Report.Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects on time and on budget. Why do so many fall short in properly diagnosing their requirements failures? Discover how placing a greater focus on the combined aspects of business requirements—people, process, and tools—can provide better project outcomes.

BPR FAILURE: Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report Source: IAG Consulting Document Type: White Paper Description: According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects on time and on budget. Why do so many fall short in properly diagnosing their requirements failures? Discover how placing a greater focus on the combined aspects of business
3/7/2008 2:53:00 PM

Avoid Costly Data Loss and Equipment Failure
Find out about the invisible power supply threats you faceand what you can do about themin this apc white paper: the seven types of power problems.

BPR FAILURE: Avoid Costly Data Loss and Equipment Failure Avoid Costly Data Loss and Equipment Failure There could be an enemy lurking where you don t even suspect it. In fact, there could be up to seven of them —in the electricity that powers your IT equipment. That s because there are seven kinds of power supply problems that can cause data loss or IT equipment failure. Everything from brownouts, to power interruptions, to voltage fluctuations and spikes can result in you losing time, money, equipment, programs,
2/2/2009

Sales Enablement: User Acceptance Means More Sales
Productive salespeople can make the difference between your company’s success or its ultimate failure. A new approach to sales productivity is emerging, and it focuses on the productive interaction between salespeople and customers. This sales enablement concept helps meet the needs of not only management, but also the frontline users—and it’s the key to winning, retaining, and satisfying your customers.

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5/22/2007 3:28:00 PM

The Case for Pricing Management
Savvy and dynamically optimized pricing can mean the difference between survival and failure. In many environments it might be smarter, quicker, and more useful to calculate pricing based on systematic analysis rather than on fuzzy thinking or human emotions.

BPR FAILURE: price management, pricing processes, pricing optimization, price enforcement, price policy, price waterfall, pricing rationale, ERP, SCM.
4/3/2006

Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley
Compliance with the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (and a slew of other regulations) is crucial for all businesses, as failure to comply with the law’s strict standards and policies can spell disaster for executives and upper management of any enterprise.

BPR FAILURE: Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley P.J. Jakovljevic - August 27, 2008 Read Comments Most enterprises have to compete globally and thus adhere to largely nonnegotiable legal and regulatory requirements in almost every region or vertical sector they are targeting. Thus, regulatory compliance and the management of a multiplicity of prospective risks have lately pervaded the minds of most executives and upper
8/27/2008

Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up—Not Down, Not Left, Not Right
Project failure is not a nice topic. None of us wants to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who really is to blame, and how can a company avoid the same problems in the future?

BPR FAILURE: Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up—Not Down, Not Left, Not Right Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up—Not Down, Not Left, Not Right Olin Thompson - June 3, 2009 Read Comments Originally Published - Septembre 20, 2002 Project failure is not a nice topic. None of us wants to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who to blame and how to avoid the same problems in the future? For most enterprises, even admitting they have a failure is
6/3/2009

PLM: A New World of (More) Collaboration and Innovation » The TEC Blog
PLM: A New World of (More) Collaboration and Innovation » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn

BPR FAILURE: Beyond PLM, CAD, Christian Verstraete, Cloud, collaboration, crowdsourcing, failure, HP, innovation, Mobile, oleg shilovitsky, plm, PLM Innovation, Product Development, social media, strategy, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
27-04-2012

How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries
Multinationals achieve global presence through networks of subsidiaries. However, managing these subsidiaries poses a significant challenge for the corporate headquarters. Failure to monitor, govern, and control subsidiaries can cause inefficiencies in the value chain, even threatening the future of the entire corporation. In this context, how multinationals decide to implement business applications in their subsidiaries is nothing short of critical.

BPR FAILURE: How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries How Multinationals Implement Business Applications in Their Subsidiaries Source: Exact Document Type: White Paper Description: Multinationals achieve global presence through networks of subsidiaries. However, managing these subsidiaries poses a significant challenge for the corporate headquarters. Failure to monitor, govern, and control subsidiaries can cause inefficiencies in the value chain, even threatening the future of the
11/22/2006 4:22:00 PM

Scale without Fail: How to Meet and Exceed Customer Expectations in the Telecom Industry
A global telecommunications provider was mired in a hardware-centric architecture for its network applications. Even with a sizeable computing infrastructure investment, failure of server components was inevitable, and application failover schemes were risky. The provider needed a more cost-effective way to scale its operational support system (OSS) applications—without sacrificing dependability.

BPR FAILURE: Scale without Fail: How to Meet and Exceed Customer Expectations in the Telecom Industry Scale without Fail: How to Meet and Exceed Customer Expectations in the Telecom Industry Source: Appistry Document Type: Case Study Description: A global telecommunications provider was mired in a hardware-centric architecture for its network applications. Even with a sizeable computing infrastructure investment, failure of server components was inevitable, and application failover schemes were risky. The provider
12/28/2006 10:03:00 AM


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