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Demand-driven Supply Networks for Small and Medium Business
Lately demand-driven supply networks (DDSN) are a much talked about topic, yet little is written about SMBs and DDSN. By understanding the basics of DDSN, and

business upstream downstream aupply chain  for Small and Medium Business Introduction In the last year or two there has been much talk about demand-driven supply networks (DDSN). A simple search on Google for DDSN model will return pages of information about DDSN. Despite this and all the noise about small and medium business (SMB) in the enterprise applications arena, information about DDSN for SMBs is virtually nonexistent. The irony of this is that SMBs constitute the majority of the supply chain and yet case studies and reports make little Read More
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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Supply Chain Collaboration: The Key to Success in a Global Economy
Outsourcing and global competition are forcing companies to transform their supply chains from linear processes into adaptive networks. Communities of customer

business upstream downstream aupply chain  , Supply Chain Collaboration Business Intelligence , Supply Chain , ERP Supply Chain Collaboration , Supply Chain Collaboration Strategies , Supply Chain Strategies , Measurement Supply Chain Collaboration , Determinants Supply Chain Collaboration , Supply Chain Collaboration Solution , Supply Chain Management , Supply Chain Management Software , Supply Chain Software . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: THE NEED FOR COLLABORATION Because of global competition and the rapid adoption of outsourcing, today's organizations Read More
Continuous Data Quality Management: The Cornerstone of Zero-Latency Business Analytics
No matter how well an enterprise implements a CRM, ERP, SCM, Business Intelligence, or Data Warehouse project, poor data quality can destroy its utility and

business upstream downstream aupply chain  The Cornerstone of Zero-Latency Business Analytics The Cost Of Poor Quality Data No matter how well an enterprise implements a CRM, ERP, SCM, Business Intelligence, or Data Warehouse project, poor data quality can destroy its utility and cost real dollars. According to recent industry studies: Poor data quality costs businesses $611 billion per year in the United States alone (TDWI). 75% of businesses have experienced significant problems due to faulty data (PWC). Only 33% of businesses felt confident in Read More
Five Ways to Positively Impact Customer Retention and Business Operations
Maintaining strong business performance and retaining loyal customers requires continual vigilance and assessment. Establishing metrics that focus on value

business upstream downstream aupply chain  Impact Customer Retention and Business Operations Leading customer-focused companies view every customer interaction as an opportunity to make a new offer, improve retention, increase revenue, build loyalty, or strengthen their brand. Infor CRM Epiphany helps companies optimize customer relationships by integrating marketing, sales, and service. By providing a full 360-degree view of customers, the system enables a consistent and continuous customer dialogue based on real-time information. Source: Read More
The Essential Supply Chain
Supply Chain Management (SCM) once viewed as a way to obtain a competitive advantage, is now perceived as a logical and necessary extension of Enterprise

business upstream downstream aupply chain  to an increasingly competitive business environment. There are three fundamental limitations of ERP systems in this regard: Execution Focus ERP systems were developed primarily for transaction processing, data collection, and data reporting. Quite predictably, users who accessed the ERP databases hoping for the insight needed to make good decisions were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of content. The true benefit of large amounts of historical transaction data cannot be leveraged for business insight with Read More
Better Business Outcomes with Business Analytics
In a survey conducted by IBM, 83 percent of CIOs identified business intelligence (BI) and analytics as a key part of their strategies to boost competitiveness.

business upstream downstream aupply chain  Business Outcomes with Business Analytics In a survey conducted by IBM, 83 percent of CIOs identified business intelligence (BI) and analytics as a key part of their strategies to boost competitiveness. Find out how BI can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of core business processes, and contribute to the creation of high-performing “analytics-driven” organizations that outperform their peers. Read More
Business Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business?
Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT

business upstream downstream aupply chain  midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT resources. But business continuity is more of a critical success factor than ever before. Customers won’t tolerate a lack of service availability. Midsize companies must find a way to ensure maximum business continuity, and reduce downtime—and costs. Learn more. Read More
SaaS Realities-Business Benefits for Small and Midsized Business
Software as a service (SaaS) is a highly-touted model for acquiring, using, and paying for business functionality and is widely adopted for a variety of

business upstream downstream aupply chain  for Small and Midsized Business Software as a service (SaaS) is a highly-touted model for acquiring, using, and paying for business functionality and is widely adopted for a variety of business and information technology (IT) functions. This paper looks at advantages and business benefits—financial value, new technology, and improved operations—that SaaS provides to small and midsized businesses and shows research with small and midsized business users. Read More
Business Process Management and Optimization
Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them

business upstream downstream aupply chain  Process Management and Optimization Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them properly is key to your organization’s success. Find out how business process management and optimization (BPMaO) can help you understand, manage, and improve your business processes in order to deliver value-added products and services to your clients. Read More
How Much Should You Pay for Your Business Phone System?
Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others

business upstream downstream aupply chain  You Pay for Your Business Phone System? Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others leverage insider knowledge about the buying process to get a significantly better price for the same system. Our expert shares valuable phone system price negotiation techniques to empower you to get the best price on your business phone system equipment and service. Read More
Driving SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence
In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in

business upstream downstream aupply chain  SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in check to maintain healthy margins. Many small to medium businesses (SMBs) are investing in business intelligence (BI) solutions to assist with this effort. Find out what tools are necessary to provide BI and how a suite of BI tools can help SMBs improve efficiency. Read More
Business Analytics and the Path to Better Decisions
We live in an era of the “intelligent economy.” Organizations are recognizing the need for better intelligence about their business. But how far have we come

business upstream downstream aupply chain  use of analytics and business intelligence for improving decision making, and the benefits of prebuilt analytic applications for achieving this. Read More
Mobile Business Intelligence (BI)-The Importance of On-the-Move Business Clarity and Agility
Today’s employees expect to have access to business data in a single mobile device with intuitive tools to quickly perform tasks. If enterprises wish to provide

business upstream downstream aupply chain  Business Intelligence (BI)-The Importance of On-the-Move Business Clarity and Agility Today’s employees expect to have access to business data in a single mobile device with intuitive tools to quickly perform tasks. If enterprises wish to provide BI to every end user, they need a BI solution that is flexible, scalable, and practical enough to function on all smartphones and tablet computing devices with all the features and functionality needed to manage the business at strategic, operational, and Read More

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