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CPR on BPR: Long Live Business Process Reengineering Part 1: A Primer
Without sound business process analysis, design, and possible re-design or full-blown reengineering in place before you bring in technology, your CRM (or any IT

bpr  lives on? For certain, BPR (Business Process Reengineering), in some form, is still a relevant, nay, crucial, element in today's business world, especially as it pertains to successful implementations of CRM, ERP, and other modern technologies. We could coin yet another acronym or phrase to re-label BPR for the 2000's, but let's not add to the already bloated business acronym lexicon. So 'BPR' is alive and well. What is BPR?  There are many definitions of Business Process Reengineering, but the one I lik Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Reinventing Business Processes through Strategic Implementation
Strategic implementation can have a huge impact on success in the online environment. It can mean the difference between a successful or unsuccessful launch

bpr  information technology. Examples of BPR outcomes include cost reduction, time reduction, higher output quality, and improved quality of working life/learning/empowerment. Online, these outcomes are achieved through strategic implementation of the appropriate IT solutions, providing organisations with the capabilities which enable them to reach new heights. Usability and functionality of a website can be greatly affected by implementation methodology. Even with the best software, if key stakeholders and ta Read More...
CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond

bpr  similar visions of incorporating BPR (Business Process Reengineering) concepts into Front Office applications. They were set to break down departmental barriers, focus on the customer, and enable corporate workers to serve their customers in new, streamlined, and friendly ways. Those three companies were Clarify , Vantive , and Scopus . Clarify and Scopus started work in the customer support arena, planning to branch out once they gained a customer base and some momentum, while Vantive, with a much broade Read More...
Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management
Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article

bpr  that many businesses used BPR to restructure their company. Because of this, many organizations today are hesitant about implementing business process changes. This is particularly true when it comes to current BPM solutions, which focus mainly on lowering cost and increasing productivity, just as the focal points of these solutions in the 1980s were on drastic organizational changes. In retrospect, the BPR approach of trying to change everything at once seems a bit extreme. Therefore, current BPM solutio Read More...
How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 1
A week before this past Thanksgiving holiday (US), I was invited by a long-term analyst relationship contact at SAP to listen to (via multimedia streaming) a

bpr  the business process reengineering (BPR) frenzy of the early and mid 1990s? I think this can often be a seriously oversimplified advice, however logical it might be to “put the house in order first.” Ironically or not, we consistently see companies gain a far better understanding of their business processes specifically through the process of introducing specialized IT tools. Technology alone may not solve the problem, but it plays a much more integral and enforcing role than just automating the best Read More...
The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 1: Inexorable Statistics
We take the liberty to expand further on the findings of a report, which was recently released by a renowned research organization, and which pinpoints

bpr  bypass business process reengineering (BPR) effort and gain more immediate benefits just by mere information sharing and process efficiency, particularly when an application was implemented with an effort to eliminate, modify and/or improve inefficient business practices. Finally, in case of failure, the sheer lower magnitude in terms of financial and other consequences would not be of interest to the press and/or would be less visible anyway. Nevertheless, the fact remains that implementation problems ar Read More...
ACCPAC -- Being Much More Than Meets The Eye Part Three: Market Impact
ACCPAC has lately been making big strides to extend its reach and turn into a full-fledged comprehensive e-business software provider for small and medium

bpr  serious business process reengineering (BPR) but still produce benefits like pervasive information sharing and process efficiency. End users of smaller enterprises have also been impressed with the product's intuitive rich-client Windows user interface (UI), which provides ease of system navigation and of information retrieval and analysis. While functionally, there has been ever-diminishing difference from one general ledger (GL) or accounts payable (AP) product to another at the enterprise level of prod Read More...
Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the
While most traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are task-driven, by adding structure to processes that are typically handled inconsistently

bpr  serious business process reengineering (BPR) but still produce benefits like pervasive information sharing and process efficiency. SME customers continue to increasingly realize the importance of seamless integration between front-office and back-office applications, and to consequently look for one strategic vendor (i.e., one throat to choke ) to fulfill and be solely accountable for the vast majority of their business application needs, particularly in the lower end of the segment. To that end, in addi Read More...
Andersen/Enron Affair Precipitates
While the current focus of the public is on the future of Andersen and the entire accounting practice, the implications on the consulting industry will be deep

bpr  the business process reengineering (BPR), the installation of ERP software, the implementation of other e-business components, or managed (hosted) services. This cozy setup for the Big Fives is now been living on borrowed time, despite the fact that many auditors have in the past tried to preserve their objectivity in light of their fellow consultants' engagement. It is also very likely that many customers have felt comfortable with a 'one stop shop' service from a long-term, trusting partner. Although so Read More...
Is Enterprise Resource Planning Becoming a Commodity?
All was fine, methodical, and elegant until enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors started aspiring to new customer acquisitions in the hundreds per annum

bpr  detailed business process re-engineering (BPR) report before touching on such changes. However, SMBs aspiring to best practices often find it difficult to devote time for sitting back, analyzing, and adopting these aspects and practices. Mid-tier Vendors Sage Software , Microsoft, and 3i Infotech are the kind of vendors in this category. They have been providing extended solutions to SMBs for some years now. Current volume levels achieved by some of these vendors have come about mainly through inorganic g Read More...

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