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When Shortlists Are Too Short, Who's to Blame?
This insightful case study from SageCircle talks about how a vendor almost missed out on a $35M deal because it was left off an RFP shortlist. Although the case study is geared toward software vendors—focusing on the importance of an active analyst relations team—it also illustrates important points applying to software selection projects. The case study is in some ways a cautionary tale for

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IFS Joins the Corporate Social Responsibility Fray
While day 1 of the IFS World Conference 2012 in Gothenburg, Sweden was mostly about mobility, day 2 expanded into some other interesting themes and topics. IFS has long positioned itself as a single-instance global enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution alternative to SAP and Oracle. The realm of corporate social responsibility (CSR) presents notable challenges for organizations due to the

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Web-site Strategy for Organizations in the Corporate Services Industry
As marketing budgets shrink and companies in the corporate services industry aim to leverage their Web sites as less expensive alternatives to traditional marketing tools, Web-site strategy is becoming more important. Web-site strategy must focus on enhancing credibility, strengthening existing relationships, generating leads, and more. Get tips on how to create a Web-site strategy that will help you achieve these goals.

corporate social responsibility rating  for Organizations in the Corporate Services Industry Web-site Strategy for Organizations in the Corporate Services Industry Source: bwired Document Type: White Paper Description: As marketing budgets shrink and companies in the corporate services industry aim to leverage their Web sites as less expensive alternatives to traditional marketing tools, Web-site strategy is becoming more important. Web-site strategy must focus on enhancing credibility, strengthening existing relationships, generating leads, Read More...
Mobile Security and Responsibility
When companies extend their IT operations to mobile employees, valuable data and devices are taken out of the protected perimeter of the office, and placed in the briefcases of users. Business processes may run more efficiently, and there may be more flexibility in working practices, but this is of little benefit if attitudes to IT use are complacent or irresponsible.

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The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 1)
According to Wikipedia, “social media is online content created for people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies.” These days, networking is very different than it was in the past. A lot of social media services like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, personal blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other types of media content generate big volumes of data. But more importantly, people

corporate social responsibility rating  outside a company’s own corporate Web site. But how does a company measure and analyze data generated outside its own controlled space if it doesn’t have control over users? The answer is simple: interpret what people are expressing directly on the Web. There are important advances already made in order to capture, measure, analyze, and understand what people are saying about a company’s products, services, etc. These advances are based on the concept that social media content was made by adding Read More...
Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment
Executives are placing greater demands on the finance department—and the chief financial officer (CFO) —to provide an accurate picture of the financial health of the enterprise, offer insight into how emerging shifts in key market factors will affect the organization, and establish timely scalable measures of corporate performance that align across functions. Learn how BI solutions can help finance departments deliver.

corporate social responsibility rating  Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Executives are placing greater demands on the finance department—and the chief financial officer (CFO) —to provide an accurate picture of the financial health of the enterprise, offer insight into how emerging shifts in key market factors will affect the organization, and establish timely scalable measures of corporate performance Read More...
Social Media in Your Supply Chain Keeps Everyone in the Loop
Social media is adding new value to cloud-based supply chain management for companies of all sizes. Internal social media (via Intranet) and external sites like Facebook and Twitter are being increasingly used in a new, flexible supply chain cycle. Read this article to learn how two very different companies are taking advantage of the unique contribution social media can make to the dynamic supply and demand loop.

corporate social responsibility rating  lines of communication and incorporate customer feedback into its product development. We needed a tool that would allow us to provide information vital to the project directly to the participants; at the same time, we had to have a way to capture our field staff s feedback on any technical challenges, and the customer reception to the new product. Moxie helped us deliver both, through one view. As a cloud-based solution, it also allowed for increased employee mobility, both in space and time, and Read More...
Social Media Kit
From small business to global enterprise, social media has taken the corporate world by storm, and it’s here to stay. So what is social media? And how do you decide where it fits in your online strategy? This white paper aims to offer users a social media “kit” which can help answer these questions.

corporate social responsibility rating  media has taken the corporate world by storm, and it’s here to stay. So what is social media? And how do you decide where it fits in your online strategy? This white paper aims to offer users a social media “kit” which can help answer these questions. Social Media Kit style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: bwired Learn more about bwired Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC Read More...
Turn Content Into Sales with Social Media
In the white paper CRM and the socially-empowered customer, you can find out how to use social media like twitter, facebook, linkedin, youtube, web...

corporate social responsibility rating  Turn Content Into Sales with Social Media Turn Content Into Sales with Social Media Once upon a time, you could only talk at your customers and prospects through the media. Through social media you can now dialogue with them . In the white paper CRM and the Socially-empowered Customer , you can find out how to use social media like Twitter , Facebook , LinkedIn , YouTube , webinars, and blogs to build stronger relationships with customers and prospects based on mutual trust and two-way communication. The Read More...
Business Intelligence Corporate Performance Management Market Landscape
The arms race to marshal the most complete corporate performance management platform has intensified among major vendors. Many have a comprehensive set of business intelligence (BI) functionality.

corporate social responsibility rating  Business Intelligence Corporate Performance Management Market Landscape Business Intelligence Corporate Performance Management Market Landscape Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - July 13, 2005 Read Comments The BI/CPM Market Landscape The vendor landscape remains diverse, with every vendor touting some or near total corporate performance management (CPM) capabilities. The abundance of astute vendors will prevent any single vendor from achieving leadership any time soon, while growth for all will be, in Read More...
Social Media and Customer Experience Feedback
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs are just a few Internet services that make up the new growing digital world called social media. Many companies have seen the influence these new sites can have on their organizations for both good and bad. All companies should ask themselves, "How can we tap into the power of this new method of communication to improve our business and the experiences we provide our customers?"

corporate social responsibility rating  Social Media and Customer Experience Feedback Social Media and Customer Experience Feedback Source: Mindshare Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs are just a few Internet services that make up the new growing digital world called social media. Many companies have seen the influence these new sites can have on their organizations for both good and bad. All companies should ask themselves, How can we tap into the power of this new method of Read More...

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