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Product Configurators Pave the Way for Mass Customization
'Mass customization' is the buzzword of the current decade. Customers demand products with lower prices, higher quality and faster delivery; yet they also want

criteria for solving the problem  real life industrial data. Criteria Constraint-based Rule-based Procedure-based Complexity of product supported High Medium Low Can perform automatic search for multiple possible solutions Rules for complex products are hard coded Cannot backtrack. If constraints are not satisfied at end, human interaction is required Development efforts in terms of its reusability Configuration engine reusable Interference engine reusable Not reusable Able to support different products Able to support different products Read More...
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This comprehensive product lifecycle management (PLM) knowledge base models modern product and design-related aspects of PLM for both discrete and process industries. It details product development...
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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

criteria for solving the problem  calls based on defined criteria (such as, next available employee, skillset, workload, group, etc.). Ad Hoc - In real time, or On the spot. We often talk about Ad Hoc Queries, which are database queries that are created by the user in real-time. Analytical CRM - A subset of Corporate Business Intelligence, which enables the generation of reports and graphs from information stored in databases to help users analyze various aspects of their business. For more details, see the Article CRM is Busting Out Read More...
The Different Evolutionary Stages of ERP and PLM
The product development life cycle - innovate, conceptualize, plan, design, procure, produce, deliver, service, and retire - naturally includes multiple people,

criteria for solving the problem  apply enterprise application evaluation criteria and processes to PLM selections. PLM Focuses on Specific Vertical Industries Further, most PLM vendors focus on specific vertical industries, and their solutions have been developed to solve the specific needs of those industries (e.g., CPG companies concentration on maintaining and extending the value and variety of merchandise brands, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences concerned with ensuring regulatory compliance, high-tech and fashion verticals focused Read More...
The Alignment-focused Organization
To close the gap between strategy, risk, and execution, companies need to build strategic alignment across all aspects of the business. Learn how your company

criteria for solving the problem  consulting | performance measurement criteria | performance measurement data | performance measurement definition | performance measurement evaluation | performance measurement framework | performance measurement frameworks | performance measurement guide | performance measurement indicators | performance measurement management | performance measurement methods | performance measurement plan | performance measurement process | performance measurement program | performance measurement report | performance Read More...
Minimizing the Total Cost of Technical Support for Enterprise Applications
Many organizations don’t follow formalized processes for technical support evaluation. However, technical support is a vital component of any enterprise

criteria for solving the problem  can be used as criteria for an informed decision. Anatomy of Direct Costs In order to give a basis for the analysis of costs relating to enterprise software, the general formula should be noted: total cost of solution = cost of actual software or licensing fee + cost of support + cost of implementation + cost of maintenance The weights assigned to each component in the model are assigned as a rule of thumb, based on data from typical implementations: cost of actual software or licensing fee = 50% cost of Read More...
Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

criteria for solving the problem  for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be combined to create powerful education opportunities for groups and for individuals. Include personalization in the mix and you have a recipe for almost certain success. It sounds straightforward, but is the Read More...
The Impact of the 'Assembler Strategy' in the Enterprise Applications Field
Infor's latest acquisitions and vertically-focused

criteria for solving the problem  Impact of the 'Assembler Strategy' in the Enterprise Applications Field Genesis of Infor Process Group In evaluating recent acquisitions in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) field, it will be useful to describe Infor Process Group 's vertically-focused assembler strategy (also see Stability and Functionality for Process and Discrete Manufacturers ). It is interesting to note that the Infor of today originated with the Infor Process Group; its very first acquisition was the 2002 Process Group Read More...
Managing the Process of Process: Establishing the Right Goals and Improving Operations and Systems to Hit the Mark
North American process manufacturers face increasing challenges related to heightened security, pricing pressures, global competition, and rising costs. Thus

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E-Procurement Usability: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Adoption of enterprise resource planning (ERP)-based E-Procurement solutions has hit a plateau in recent years due to inherent usability deficiencies

criteria for solving the problem  E-Procurement,SAP,SRM,usability,UI,P2P,catalogs,spend management,adoption,procurement Read More...
Drink-IT, the Ideal Solution for the Efficient Reorganization of the Norwegian Mack Brewery


criteria for solving the problem  IT, the Ideal Solution for the Efficient Reorganization of the Norwegian Mack Brewery Read More...
On the Move: Great Productivity Solutions for the Mobile Sales Team
In this paper it’s argued that over the next three to five years, the winners in sales will be the ones who figure out how to smoothly and productively manage a

criteria for solving the problem  the Move: Great Productivity Solutions for the Mobile Sales Team In this paper it’s argued that over the next three to five years, the winners in sales will be the ones who figure out how to smoothly and productively manage a mobile sales team. Selling will be a mobile discipline. It’s imperative to craft a plan for making mobility standard and keeping information secure. Read More...
Sharepoint -The Face Of Your Enterprise Architecture
This paper reviews some of the key challenges faced by today’s enterprises, e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and

criteria for solving the problem  -The Face Of Your Enterprise Architecture This paper reviews some of the key challenges faced by today’s enterprises, e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and standardization, and explores the features and functionalities of SharePoint that makes it a key component of your enterprise architecture. See how how SharePoint as a platform can be used to integrate enterprise business infrastructure and solutions for your organization. Read More...
Beyond the Basics: The Value of Integrated CRM
Customer relationship management (CRM) is more than just software or a set of processes--it's a business culture solidly focused on winning and keeping the

criteria for solving the problem  tip,K2,Integrated,CRM,Hint Read More...

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