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ERP Issues for the Midsized Life Sciences Company
What makes your enterprise resource planning (ERP) requirements difficult for most vendors to satisfy? As a life sciences company, you have operational

changed company letters  ready to support the changed SOP. If this lag is significant, it can seriously impact your ability to improve operations. The costs of non-compliance are those costs that would be incurred if you were found to be out of compliance, factored by the risk of being found out of compliance. The cost of non-compliance can include additional inspections, lost production, unsellable product, recalls, plant shut downs, fines, or even jail time for executives. Public relations can be uncontrollable and costly. The Read More
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4 Essential Components for Successful Sales
Most companies are aware that the buying processes of the world and its buyers are changing, but many have yet to recognize the need to make changes within

changed company letters  buying processes probably have changed forever. But, some companies haven't recognized the need to make changes in their sales forces. They wonder if their sales professionals can't sell like he did in the past. Perhaps many sales professionals don't have the skills or tools needed. Here are some questions a company might ask to assess their sales situation. Do our sales professionals . . . Follow a consultative sales process designed specifically for our unique products or services? Have the ability to Read More
Upside Software Remains on the Upside of the Contract Management Market
My recent article entitled “Why Should Enterprises Manage their Contracts Closely?” analyzed the importance of enterprise-wide contract lifecycle management

changed company letters  determine which clause has changed most in last few months. Embedded Workshare ’s DeltaView comparison engine helps tremendously in this regard of managing insurance, compliance, and performance not only at a contract level, but also at the supplier, partner and/or customer levels to offer a holistic view into a given stakeholder and all associated relationships. Some other requirements that UpsideContract is able to address at a clause and/or section level are as follows: Workflows  to establish Read More
Most Misunderstood Link in Supply Chain Management
Business practices have changed dramatically through the years, but credit and collections is still handled like it was back in the 1950s. Fact is, it’s way

changed company letters  Lots of things have changed since the '50s, besides the color of my hair. One thing that has remained fairly constant though is how most business executives view the credit and collection function. They Don't Know What They Don't Know An 18-year-old kid knows everything worth knowing, or so he believes. Most business executives know everything worth knowing about credit and collections, or so they believe. There are two questions I ask potential clients about their credit and collection operation: How do Read More
Vision Software Brings a Solid Business Process Management Solution to the Table
The business process management market is shifting, and more players are entering the market. Several smaller organizations, such as Vision Software, are

changed company letters  and utilities markets, but changed the focus shortly afterwards to just financials. The primary reason for focusing on financials was to establish a solid reference list and credibility before entering other markets. BizAgi Vision Software introduced the BPM solution BizAgi in 2002 after sixteen years of experience in different process approaches for organizations. BizAgi focuses on expanding the European client base, and already has solid references in Germany and Italy, with successful implementations Read More
Case Study: An NGO-based New Zealand Company


changed company letters  Study: An NGO-based New Zealand Company Read More
Baan Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over?
Year 1999 will be extremely challenging; We predict minor revenue growth (max. 5%). Break-even net income is the most optimistic scenario. Year 2000 and after -

changed company letters  Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over? Vendor Summary Baan Co. is a leading global provider of enterprise business software. Founded in the Netherlands in 1978 and with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Reston, VA, USA, Baan Co. is the fifth-ranked ERP vendor with $736 million revenue in 1998 (approx. 4.5% of the global ERP market). The Company's revenues increased steeply from $216 million in 1995 to $680 million in 1997, with a significant slowdown in 1998 (see Baan Company N.V. Annual Read More
Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth
With over 25,000 customers, Holland Bulb Farms of Wisconsin (US) needed a more efficient way to sell and market its gardening items on the Web. The company

changed company letters  Study: Holland Bulb Farms Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth Whether your business is retail, wholesale, distribution, mail order, or e-commerce, Everest is the only management solution you need to run, improve, and grow your business. Source : Everest Software Inc. Resources Related to Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth : Case Study (Wikipedia) Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Read More
Fulfillment Company Reduces Shipping Errors with WMS
International Marketing Group (IMG) was used to tall orders. And although fulfillment mistakes were rare for the third-party logistics company, any errors that

changed company letters  Company Reduces Shipping Errors with WMS International Marketing Group (IMG) was used to tall orders. And although fulfillment mistakes were rare for the third-party logistics company, any errors that did occur were extremely costly. In order to stay competitive, IMG realized that it would need to increase its fulfillment output. With its new warehouse management system (WMS), IMG’s shipping time has gone from several days to mere hours. Read More
Sybase an SAP Company
Founded in 1984 and acquired by SAP in 2010, Sybase manages, analyzes, and develops database and other enterprise technology. Its specialties include data

changed company letters  an SAP Company Founded in 1984 and acquired by SAP in 2010, Sybase manages, analyzes, and develops database and other enterprise technology. Its specialties include data management and warehousing, analytics, mobile messaging, and enterprise mobility. Read More
Could Your Company Survive a Product Recall Crisis?
The US Bioterrorism Act aims to counter terrorist attacks on the nation’s food supply. But what does it mean for your company? Can your company access and

changed company letters  Your Company Survive a Product Recall Crisis? The US Bioterrorism Act aims to counter terrorist attacks on the nation’s food supply. But what does it mean for your company? Can your company access and present documentation within twenty-four hours of the FDA’s request for any set of records? If not, a fully integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is mandatory unless you are the smallest of businesses. Read More
Company Makes Good On B2B Collaboration
Logility recently announced financial results for the third quarter ended January 31, 2000 and seemingly escaped the market turmoil that pummeled other

changed company letters  Makes Good On B2B Collaboration Company Makes Good On B2B Collaboration S. McVey - March 8th, 2000 Event Summary Business-to-business collaborative planning software company, Logility recently announced financial results for the third quarter ended January 31, 2000. Corporate revenue growth achieved its highest level since a decline that began in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 (Figure 1). Although software license fees at $3.9 million dropped 3% from those reported in the second quarter, they Read More
HK Systems Gives Birth To Software Company, irista™
The launch of irista mimics a trend among supply chain management vendors to achieve a higher profile for their products amid a multitude of competitive

changed company letters  Systems Gives Birth To Software Company, irista™ HK Systems Gives Birth To Software Company, irista S. McVey - June 21, 2000 Event Summary On June 1, HK Systems announced the formation of irista, a separate company that will assume its supply chain management software business. As a wholly-owned subsidiary, irista will inherit all of HK Systems' software products and client services, including software acquired from Endura Software Corporation and Kitimat Systems in 1998. The launch of irista also Read More
Common Pain Points Steal Company Profits
An important step to creating a more nimble and profitable enterprise is to identify “pain points” – those costly bottlenecks and redundancies that affect

changed company letters  Pain Points Steal Company Profits An important step to creating a more nimble and profitable enterprise is to identify “pain points” – those costly bottlenecks and redundancies that affect internal and external efficiencies. Additionally, you must know where to look for these organizational and budgetary opportunities. Learn about problems that affect retailers, distributors and suppliers of all sizes, and find out how to avoid them by implementing streamlined, Web-based data management and Read More

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