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Bye-bye to the Old BI: Business Intelligence for Midsized Companies
Most small to midsize companies have found business intelligence (BI) solutions to be beyond their financial reach. But now, you don’t have to rely only on

companies designation chart  Business Intelligence for Midsized Companies Most small to midsize companies have found business intelligence (BI) solutions to be beyond their financial reach. But now, you don’t have to rely only on spreadsheets for data visibility—with software-as-a-service (SaaS), BI can quickly and easily be set up enterprise-wide. Find out five requirements of a scalable data warehouse strategy, for more effective data analysis and better understanding of business performance. Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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Top ERP Systems for Food and Beverage Companies
Simply visit TEC s ERP Comparison Reports to find out which ERP solutions make the most sense for your company with just a few clicks of the mouse.

companies designation chart  for Food and Beverage Companies Evaluating ERP solutions for the food and beverage industry means comparing hundreds—even thousands—of features and functions from many different vendors. Where do you start? And how do you get the accurate information you need to make the right decision? At TEC, we make it easy . Simply visit TEC’s ERP Comparison Reports to find out which ERP solutions make the most sense for your company—with just a few clicks of the mouse. Your impartial TEC ERP comparison Read More
Top ERP Comparisons for Small and Midsized Companies
Comparison report: simply visit TEC's ERP for smb software reports to compare sap business one against any two ERP for smb solutions from top vendo...

companies designation chart  for Small and Midsized Companies SAP has been the world's largest provider of enterprise software solutions to major corporations for decades. But did you know that SAP is also a major vendor of software packages specifically designed for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) as well? Here's your opportunity to quickly and easily compare SAP's ERP package for small and midsized businesses against two other leading ERP software packages of your choice. Comparison report : Simply visit TEC's ERP for SMB Read More
Assessing the Impact of Poor Requirements on Companies
To accurately assess the impact that requirements have on businesses, IAG surveyed over 100 companies. What they found was that less than one-third were

companies designation chart  of Poor Requirements on Companies To accurately assess the impact that requirements have on businesses, IAG surveyed over 100 companies. What they found was that less than one-third were properly equipped to define their software requirements, and that suboptimal requirements consumed around 41.5 percent of the IT development budget. Find out what it takes to ensure your organization doesn’t fall on the wrong side of this business requirements equation. Read More
Next-generation Data Protection for Midsized Companies
Just because your company isn’t a major corporation with hundreds of offices and thousands of employees doesn’t mean you’re not under the same pressures to

companies designation chart  Data Protection for Midsized Companies Just because your company isn’t a major corporation with hundreds of offices and thousands of employees doesn’t mean you’re not under the same pressures to maintain access to critical information. But buying the same solutions as the major players in your industry can be expensive and unnecessary. Learn about next-generation data protection and recovery options specifically for small and midsized businesses (SMBs). Read More
10 VoIP Companies and Technologies to Watch in 2013
The key to understanding the evolving role of VoIP is recognizing that it’s a lot more than just another method for making voice calls. In fact, the underlying

companies designation chart  VoIP Companies and Technologies to Watch in 2013 The key to understanding the evolving role of VoIP is recognizing that it’s a lot more than just another method for making voice calls. In fact, the underlying IP technology makes possible great advances in the convenience and capabilities of phone systems method for making voice calls. Read about 10 companies and technologies to watch in 2013, and see how VoIP business and technology can affect your company in the near future. Read More
Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies
There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize

companies designation chart  Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to adopt and use than the ones designed for giant enterprises. Learn the truth behind the top three myths about BI. Read More
IBM Cognos Express: Essential BI and Planning for Midsize Companies
To be agile, managers and business users at midsize companies need timely and accurate information that can drive strategic business decisions. Business

companies designation chart  and Planning for Midsize Companies To be agile, managers and business users at midsize companies need timely and accurate information that can drive strategic business decisions. Business intelligence (BI) and planning applications provide this information by increasing visibility into key metrics and improving business processes and decision-making. This datasheet outlines some of the functionality of the IBM Cognos Express BI and planning solution. Read More
Improving Management Effectiveness in Midsize Companies: Better Performance Is within Reach
Performance improvements require companies to resolve challenges by addressing the issues related to people, processes, information, and technology. However

companies designation chart  Reach Performance improvements require companies to resolve challenges by addressing the issues related to people, processes, information, and technology. However, most midsize companies don’t effectively use available IT resources, and they don’t get the right information soon enough. Find out how you can take advantage of IT to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness, particularly in your finance department. Read More
TEC Launches Center to Help Companies Evaluate and Select ERP Distribution Software
Enterprise software analyst firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently launched its ERP@Distribution Evaluation Center, to help companies compare the

companies designation chart  Launches Center to Help Companies Evaluate and Select ERP Distribution Software TEC Launches Center to Help Companies Evaluate and Select ERP-Distribution Software Enterprise software analyst firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently launched its ERP-Distribution Evaluation Center, to help companies compare the most qualified ERP-Distribution systems based on their own, unique business needs. May 16, 2007 Montreal, Quebec, May 16, 2007—In response to growing global demand from IT decision Read More
Selecting ERP Software for Make-to-Order Companies
But here's a practical guide for selecting an ERP system for MTO, or engineer-to-order manufacturing environments that will give you all the funct...

companies designation chart  ERP Software for Make-to-Order Companies Make-to-order (MTO) manufacturers make common mistakes when selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system—and many end up with software that won't do the job. But here's a practical guide for selecting an ERP system for MTO, or engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing environments that will give you all the functionality you need. It's a sensible four-step approach that takes into account the exacting needs and special challenges that MTO/ETO manufacturers Read More
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Accelerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics
In-memory analytics provides midsize companies with a faster, more flexible, and arguably lower-cost way of accessing and processing information, allowing users

companies designation chart  to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics In-memory analytics provides midsize companies with a faster, more flexible, and arguably lower-cost way of accessing and processing information, allowing users to get answers to business questions in seconds rather than hours. By virtue of its high-performance architecture, in-memory has the potential to help midsize organizations become more informed, and respond quicker to changing market conditions. Find out more. Read More
Four Key Questions: Ensuring Continual IT Innovation at CPG Companies
For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that

companies designation chart  IT Innovation at CPG Companies For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that support that process. Taking a consumer approach to upgrading can help. You need to seek out solutions that fit your CPG environment, can keep up with continual innovation, and more. But you always need to be thinking ahead. Learn more about developing an IT roadmap. Read More
ERP for Medium and Large Manufacturing Companies: 7 Challenges - an Introduction
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) was born of the need of large companies to manage their resources and operations. In the early stages of ERP almost half a

companies designation chart  the need of large companies to manage their resources and operations. In the early stages of ERP almost half a century ago, only multinational corporations could afford the investment in the software and the infrastructure needed to support it. Material requirements planning (MRP), the predecessor of ERP, was used by only a couple hundred companies in 1975, and the number grew to 8,000 in 1981. Over time, the programming tools evolved, and the commoditization of hardware and the use of the Internet to Read More

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