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Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the company access to real-time data.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Case Study: Security Benefit Case Study: Security Benefit Source: Microsoft Document Type: Case Study Description: Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For years, the company used an internally developed contact management system to support its remote sales force. But, field sales staff couldn’t stay connected to the most relevant business data. Learn about the solution that gave the
11/24/2008 5:17:00 PM

SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry
SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry. IT Guides and Other Software to Use In Your System for SAP RFID Technology in the Automotive Industry. By using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, automotive companies can eliminate material shortfalls of containers, which lead to delivery delays and, in the case of time-sensitive shipments, cause production downtime. Manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, and freight forwarders can all benefit by reducing launch and assembly delays resulting from errors in part quantities, types, and locations for containers targeted for production lines.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
10/19/2006 11:21:00 AM

6 Ways You Can Benefit from Telecom Expense Management
6 Ways You Can Benefit from Telecom Expense Management. Download IT Analysis White Papers about Telecom Expense Management A national health insurance company’s spreadsheet-based telecom management process was leading to time and money wasted as staff tried to make up for lack of spend visibility. Further pressure to prepare the telecom function for upcoming merger activity pushed the company to find a technology that would effect immediate cost savings and long-term telecom expense management. Read more about the solution the company chose.

COST BENEFIT RFID: that would effect immediate cost savings and long-term telecom expense management. Read more about the solution the company chose. 6 Ways You Can Benefit from Telecom Expense Management style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Time,   Billing,   and Invoicing,   Inventory Management,   Telephony,   Telecommunications Expense Management Related Industries:   Telecommunications Source: AnchorPoint Learn more about AnchorPoint Readers who downloaded this case
4/22/2008 3:58:00 PM

How Can Business Intelligence Benefit Small to Medium Businesses?
Research shows that the number one software solution that small to medium businesses plan to purchase in the coming year is business intelligence (BI). Download TEC’s latest podcast to find out why BI is so hot right now.

COST BENEFIT RFID: easily, so it s a low-cost way of integrating into existing IT infrastructure for that small or midsized company CIO s responsibility. Secondly, business intelligence provides that insight into the company s business that other business applications don t. So ERP or CRM can tell you transactional elements or who the customers are, but it doesn t yet tell you about who are the most important customers, how do you segment those, and how do you create marketing campaigns. The third reason why business
6/4/2008

RFID ... For Customers?
Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID.

COST BENEFIT RFID: really want. Now it costs you more money to serve the customer. There is a huge delta in understanding what should be on the shelf (aka: unforecasted demand or forecasted but not available). So intelligence at the shelf does matter, a great deal in fact. For so many stores, there is stock near by, but the sales people don t know it. So if you are lucky enough to have a customer ask, there is little chance that the store sales person will be able to fulfill the need. Most retail stores (other than the
3/18/2005

Using the Generalized Cost Containment (GCC) Model
Enterprise impact analysis is the heart of the incident management process. Unlike threat-based risk assessments, this analysis focuses on the business impacts, regardless of the cause. Delving into the functions of enterprise elements, the analysis evaluates how any interruption will affect normal functioning. It also provides a framework for determining what’s relevant—and what isn’t relevant—to managing the incident.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Using the Generalized Cost Containment (GCC) Model Using the Generalized Cost Containment (GCC) Model Source: ContingenZ Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprise impact analysis is the heart of the incident management process. Unlike threat-based risk assessments, this analysis focuses on the business impacts, regardless of the cause. Delving into the functions of enterprise elements, the analysis evaluates how any interruption will affect normal functioning. It also provides a
2/16/2007 4:32:00 PM

ERP in Manufacturing 2010: Measuring Business Benefit and Time to Value
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) provides the necessary infrastructure that forms the operations and transactional system of record for manufacturers of all types and sizes. Now decades old, as it has become more pervasive, there is risk in perceiving it as a given and neglecting to measure its business benefits. This research explores best-in-class approaches to realizing the greatest business benefit possible from ERP.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
1/11/2011 2:02:00 PM

ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the barcode equation. Companies considering implementing RFID must think beyond the confines of the four walls of the plant and factory in order to take full advantage the benefits that this type of technology has to offer. However, as is with any emerging technology, the bottom line is to only implement RFID when the ROI justifies it.

COST BENEFIT RFID: considerable. Tracking of this cost would be much higher on the list of priorities. While not specifically mentioned on KiMs list of applications, RFID technology can greatly expedite and improve the accuracy of cycle and physical inventories. Imagine walking through a warehouse with a portable device and collecting all of the information from the ID tags—product number, location, and quantity in case of a partial pallet, and comparing this data with what has already been recorded in the ERP
6/29/2004

Case Study: Enterprise Cost Control Simplifies the Complex
Wellman Thermal, a make-to-contract (MTC) manufacturer of boilers and industrial furnaces, needed an information system to record actual costs and allocate resources for each project from beginning to end. It also wanted help forecasting the outcome of individual projects. The system Wellman implemented allows the company better control of factory capacity planning and high visibility into operations. Get the details.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Case Study: Enterprise Cost Control Simplifies the Complex Case Study: Enterprise Cost Control Simplifies the Complex Source: Jobscope Document Type: Case Study Description: Wellman Thermal, a make-to-contract (MTC) manufacturer of boilers and industrial furnaces, needed an information system to record actual costs and allocate resources for each project from beginning to end. It also wanted help forecasting the outcome of individual projects. The system Wellman implemented allows the company better
3/11/2008 4:45:00 PM

CRM, ERP, BI, and IT Investment—Where Do You Find the Business Benefit?
Most companies want to use customer relationship management (CRM) applications to “supercharge” their sales forces. They want to gain some advantage with customer retention and acquisition, to manage the sales pipeline, and to have better market insight. But few companies realize these goals, often because of the way CRM is implemented. Find out where a CRM implementation can get off track—and how to ensure CRM success.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
11/26/2009 3:41:00 PM

IBM s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost
IBM's four-CPU servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, yield top notch web-focused benchmark figures, but also very high price/performance figures for mainstream applications.

COST BENEFIT RFID: Servers High Performance, High Cost IBM s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost R. Krause - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Product Background IBM s high-end Intel (four CPU) rackmount servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, are generally used for larger installations, such as data centers/warehouses, and by large companies wanting to minimize the floor space their computers use. Rackmount servers provide the ability to put a large number of CPUs in a small footprint, or to
9/1/1999


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