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A One-stop Event for Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Information
The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI) hosts quarterly World Conferences to help organizations involved in data warehousing, business intelligence, and

business topics for projects  and sustainable to the business unit. Course topics included needs analysis, specifications of business metrics, and data modeling. These topics and surrounding concepts encompass the backbone of developing a data warehousing and BI platform. Identifying business and systems requirements and translating them into the appropriate systems requirements is essential within any project. Within data warehousing and BI, it becomes more important as platforms are designed, and as business needs analysis has to Read More...
PPM for Professional Services Automation
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 an...
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Creating a Business from a Project
Many software services companies are not able to turn their individual project successes into a line of business that brings in additional revenue streams. At

business topics for projects  a new line of business with its associated revenues and profits. This article emphasizes the importance of the go-to-market process in helping software service providers successfully create businesses out of isolated projects. About the Author S. Ketharaman has close to twenty years of experience in the IT industry, including various roles in sales, marketing, delivery, and general management, across a wide range of markets like India, the US, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. He has in-depth Read More...
Should E-Business Be Inside or Outside of IT?
All the recent management trends from Continuous Improvement to Business Process Re-engineering have had the same issue we see with E-Business. They have

business topics for projects  and chemical industries, his business background includes executive positions in Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, Logistics, Production Planning, Purchasing, and Labor Relations. He is an award winning speaker and writer on topics related to the application of technology in solving enterprise-wide problems. He can be reached at bill@wrfriend.com . Read More...
Data Center Projects: Project Management
In data center design projects, flawed management frequently leads to delays, expense, and frustration. Effective project management requires well-defined

business topics for projects  core competencies and strategic business activity. With a competent service provider, project process activities are in the hands of someone for whom project process is the core competency. The result, if the provider is qualified, will be lower cost, faster results, and fewer defects. Minimize vendor interfaces. A current partner, if qualified in the area of project process, provides the advantage of an existing (and presumably trusted) relationship, which means little or no incremental resources needed Read More...
Business Intelligence Standardization
Business intelligence (BI) is often an area of friction between information technology (IT) (who provide information) and the business users (who need it to do

business topics for projects  A white paper, Implementing Business Intelligence Standards-a Field Guide is available that illustrates how organizations have successfully implemented BI standards. Topics covered include: How to perform a BI audit Segmenting user profiles Establishing unambiguous criteria for BI choices Staffing a BI competency center How to avoid common BI project challenges On choosing a standard. A white paper, Choosing a Business Intelligence Standard outlines a structured approach to choosing a business Read More...
Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

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The Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence
If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a

business topics for projects  Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a fundamental shortcoming in most BI tools today, as a single architecture cannot support the full range of BI functionality—leading to excessive costs, delays, and user dissatisfaction. Learn about a solution that covers the five different styles of BI functionality. Read More...
Top ERP for Manufacturers or for Distribution Software Ratings
To find out, simply use TEC's ERP comparison reports to compare any three ERP manufacturing solutions of your choice.

business topics for projects  Jeeves Universal, and SAP Business ByDesign. Some of the leading solutions for Distribution include Infor ERP SX Enterprise, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Lawson M3 Distribution, Sage ERP X3, IBS Enterprise, SAP All-in-One Distribution, NetSuite, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and Epicor Enterprise. Which one is best for your organization? To find out, simply use TEC's ERP Comparison Reports to compare any three ERP manufacturing solutions of your choice. You can choose from over 100 different solutions, including Read More...
Navigator One for SAP Business One: ERP for SMB Competitor Analysis Report
The accounting and ERP for small and medium businesses (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In

business topics for projects  One for SAP Business One: ERP for SMB Competitor Analysis Report The accounting and ERP for small and medium businesses (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In addition to supporting accounting requirements, it is applicable for those researching an ERP system suitable for small and medium businesses (SMB). It includes categories such as General Ledger, A/P and A/R, Payroll, Job and Project Costing, Multinational Accounting, Read More...
Value Proposition for IBM Power Servers And i: Comparing Costs for EnterpriseOne Deployments
It is a challenging time for Oracle EnterpriseOne (E1) users. Organizations must contain IT costs and still meet business demands. In many cases, pressures to

business topics for projects  costs and still meet business demands. In many cases, pressures to improve performance and increase efficiency are magnified by today’s economic conditions. One solution is to employ—or continue to employ—the IBM Power server platform and i for core E1 systems. Learn how four different installations fared with this solution. Read More...
Growth Solutions for Data Storage: Meeting Needs Now and in the Future for Small Business
For business everywhere, the growth in the Internet has resulted in an enormous challenge to effectively and affordably manage, store, and archive digital files

business topics for projects  the Future for Small Business For business everywhere, the growth in the Internet has resulted in an enormous challenge to effectively and affordably manage, store, and archive digital files. In small to medium businesses (SMBs), solutions to store and manage digital files are often on a PC server or external hard drive—which can limit growth. SMBs should look for a storage and file management solution that allows for incremental growth. Find out why. Read More...
Accelerating the Speed of Intelligence for Fast and Flexible Forecasting: Engaging the Business for Better Results
Forecasting is changing from a top-down process to a bottom-up one. High-level targets may be useful starting points, but they must be combined with input from

business topics for projects  Flexible Forecasting: Engaging the Business for Better Results Forecasting is changing from a top-down process to a bottom-up one. High-level targets may be useful starting points, but they must be combined with input from line management and department heads before being rolled up into enterprise-wide financial goals. Some companies find it effective to “embed” members of the finance function within other business units. Read this white paper to find out more. Read More...
Business Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB)
The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what

business topics for projects  Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB) The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what really matters for these companies. Not surprisingly, there has been a marked uptake in use of business intelligence (BI) solutions in the SMB market over the past year. Follow the road map for SMBs looking to achieve best-in-class performance through BI deployment. Read More...

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