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How To Write a Winning Proposal
Your proposal should prove your case, and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. But all too often, reading a proposal is almost as painfully difficult as writing one. So what are the secrets of truly successful proposal-writing?

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: a combination of circumstances conspired to produce a negative impression on us. But we ll never know. We ll never go back. Research indicates that the primacy principle is so strong that it takes at least seven positive experiences to overcome a first negative impression. (Or, conversely, seven negative ones to overcome an initial positive experience.) So what does this mean for proposals? It means we must put the things up front in our proposal that the customer cares about the most. It means don t
7/18/2006

The IT Rights of Digistan » The TEC Blog
country, it’s reasonable to consider how to enable that equal access. In case anyone thinks Digistan’s call means governments would force software vendors to release products as free and open source software (FOSS), it doesn’t (or at least I don’t think it implies that). Free and open standards aren’t the same as FOSS. Their adoption may promote some common tendencies (interoperability, lack of vendor lock-in , increased potential for innovation, new forms of competition, etc.). I’ve argued

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: digital rights, e government, freedom of information, government services, Hague Declaration, open standards, software standards, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
28-05-2008

Instead of Discounting, Back Some Value Out of Your Proposal
Last minute discounting has become so prevalent that many companies have come to depend on it as their default sales strategy. Employing a go-to-market strategy of being the lowest cost provider is one thing, but dramatic, tactical discounting on every deal will erode your company's margins and leave you digging a deeper and deeper hole in which your company will ultimately bury itself.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: has sold to and consulted with companies from $10 million (USD) in sales to the Fortune 100 in forty-eight of the fifty states as well as more than twenty countries. E-mail: dave@thesteinadvantage.com
6/14/2004

BI State of the Market Report
Read BI State of the Market Report and learn all about Business Intelligence BI 2.0 solutions. IT departments rarely know as much about a business as the business people themselves. But business users still depend on IT to deliver answers related to the information that they receive. Learn how business intelligence (BI) 2.0—also known as collaborative BI—is helping business users create and modify their own reports, share and enrich information, and provide feedback to each other and to information producers.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: and generally assist other consumers of that information. The community of business users needn t be restricted to internal users. User collaboration is already mature within the Web space, under the guise of Web 2.0. With Web 2.0, collective intelligence is harnessed through comments on blog posts; contributions to wikis such as Wikipedia; and tagging of content, such as photos on Flickr. BI 2.0 takes these methods and applies them in the BI space by making data the focus of user collaboration. The
3/26/2009 11:39:00 AM

A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part III » The TEC Blog
demand distribution. Another unfortunate consequence of long tails is the so-called “bullwhip effect”, whereby on stock-outs, planners often over-react (as is human nature) and thus create overstocks and misaligned inventory. The inventory mix (and therefore the service levels) across the supply network will thus not reflect business objectives. Although long tails and the bullwhip effect are broad independent concepts, they become related when traditional inventory management systems, which  do not

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: demand planning, distribution, inventory mix optimization, inventory optimization, io, logictools, optiant, retail, SCM, smartops, so99+, supply chain, toolsgroup, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
12-09-2008

Wayfinding Comes of Age
Digital signage, combined with the right software, offers a host of added-value possibilities for wayfinding. Developments in software are making interactive wayfinding easier and less expensive to deploy and manage. Download this white paper to find out how.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: Wayfinding Comes of Age Wayfinding Comes of Age Source: Omnivex Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Digital signage, combined with the right software, offers a host of added-value possibilities for wayfinding. Developments in software are making interactive wayfinding easier and less expensive to deploy and manage. Download this white paper to find out how. Wayfinding Comes of Age style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Content Distribution Related
7/12/2012 1:46:00 PM

The Intricacies of Global Retail Sourcing
Retailers should aim at curbing traditional firefighting practices in favor of productive planning and collaboration with customers. Retailers must take steps to reconcile these disparate solutions to improve their reaction time and gain maximum leverage from their sourcing activities.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: ever more expensive and time-consuming to travel long distances to development centers, since the costs of doing so may even negate the initial potential benefits of outsourcing. It is particularly costly and time-consuming to set up an international sourcing office, and it even then takes a few months at least to get new suppliers on board and running effectively. Additionally, increasing fuel prices and (fears of) outbreaks of diseases like SARS or bird flu can contribute to reduced executive travel
6/28/2006

The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses
This is an analysis of the equivalent moves of two superpowers to secure the lower-end of the market, also known as the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment. One is Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS), the other is UK-based the Sage Group.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: 1999. These deals have consequently resulted in different ERP products offered by different units of the Sage Group. After the Tetra acquisition, The Sage Group formed Sage Enterprise Solutions , based in the UK, which offered an ERP suite initially called Sage Enterprise (renamed recently Line 500). Therefore, the one face to customers motto might only be applicable within certain markets per se, such as North America, the UK, or France, and very unlikely across the globe. Yet, international business
8/25/2005

The Impact of Disk Fragmentation
Just about every IT professional has a fragmentation horror story about a system so severely degraded by fragmentation that it was unusable. But very few IT professionals can offer more than anecdotal evidence regarding the importance of defragmentation software. That’s why we decided to put fragmentation to the test, with the intent of answering the basic question: is fragmentation really a problem in your organization?

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: The Impact of Disk Fragmentation The Impact of Disk Fragmentation Source: Diskeeper Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Just about every IT professional has a fragmentation horror story about a system so severely degraded by fragmentation that it was unusable. But very few IT professionals can offer more than anecdotal evidence regarding the importance of defragmentation software. That’s why we decided to put fragmentation to the test, with the intent of answering the basic question: is
5/29/2007 3:06:00 PM

The Benefits of Next-generation ERP
The Benefits of Next-Generation ERP. Download Guide on the Next-Generation ERP. Rapid changes in the market and in customer needs mean small to medium businesses (SMBs) must work harder to stay competitive. Setting and achieving goals in this economic environment is increasingly difficult. Upgrading to a next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) can be a way to manage change—and even benefit from it. Learn more about how to customize an on-demand ERP solution that’s right for you.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: inventory codes Alternative materials Consignments Dynamic unit of measure and dimension definitions Supplier relations and codes Advanced warehouse management Diverse costing methods (FIFO, LIFO, Average of Inputs, Average On Hand, Periodic Average) Inventory level control by warehouse Inventory cycle count ABC analysis Inventory location management Barcode support Track and report materials in multiple units Access to historical inventory levels data with a single keystroke Track materials in a
3/20/2008 10:13:00 AM

The Many Faces of PLMPart One: Event Summary
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solutions, like many of the application suites that have come before it, are a collection of different offerings that serve a common theme and contribute to overlapping value propositions. Like previous application suites, there is strategic value in approaching PLM as a set of inter-related requirements as opposed to just a collection of function-specific requirements. This is a report on the observations from the 2003 Product Development Manager’s Association (PDMA) Conference.

CONS OF PROPOSAL 2: of experience in management consulting and application software focused on the manufacturing industries. Jim is a recognized expert in software solutions for manufacturing and has broad knowledge of applying Product Lifecycle Management, ERP, Supply Chain Planning, Supply Chain Execution, and e-business applications to improve business performance. Jim served as an executive for software companies specializing in PLM and other enterprise solutions before starting his consulting firm, Tech-Clarity Associat
12/29/2003


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