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Key Strategies for Beating the Commoditization Curve
Margins on profitable products and services erode as they become commoditized. And now, the same process is starting to happen to the IT services market. To

curve  for Beating the Commoditization Curve Margins on profitable products and services erode as they become commoditized. And now, the same process is starting to happen to the IT services market. To avoid the commoditization trap and distinguish their services from their competitors, managed services providers (MSPs) need to develop a two-pronged strategy that involves delivering higher-value services that yield greater profit margins, and driving down service delivery costs so they can effectively deliver Read More...
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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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Ascending the Maturity Curve: Effective Management of Enterprise Risk and Compliance
The governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) concept remains as relevant as ever. In addition to the traditional goal of meeting compliance obligations, companies

curve  the Maturity Curve: Effective Management of Enterprise Risk and Compliance The governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) concept remains as relevant as ever. In addition to the traditional goal of meeting compliance obligations, companies today see the investment in risk and compliance management as a means of aligning their risk and controls with broader strategic goals, building better relationships with stakeholders, and enhancing overall performance. Read this white paper for survey finding and Read More...
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How to Ensure Your IT Organization Is in Touch with the Latest Industry Developments
New technology comes out daily; the key for every company is to determine when exactly to start using it. Are you on the bleeding edge, the leading edge, or are

curve  Ahead of the Curve: How to Ensure Your IT Organization Is in Touch with the Latest Industry Developments New technology comes out daily; the key for every company is to determine when exactly to start using it. Are you on the bleeding edge, the leading edge, or are you a cautious adopter? Depending on the needs of the company and the technology, any one of those choices may be the right one. How do you decide which way to go? Listen to your IT team. Find out what three leaders in IT have to say and Read More...
ERP and SCM Implementations Part One: Doing Too Much Too Soon
In order to get ahead of the systems development power curve, companies are attempting what is equivalent to executing a quadruple jump in ice skating; running

curve  at least the technology curve should be a straight line. Now the hour of truth: go live. Rarely do packages go into production without problems. The question, that you have to ask yourself is, How many fires can you put out at the same time? Again, problems happen and things go bump in the night . The fallout in terms of lost confidence and frustrations is the real damage. The recovery time to restore user confidence does not happen overnight. To limit your exposure, implementing one software package Read More...
PLM Fundamentals: A Framework for Approaching PLM Initiatives
It may come as a surprise to you, but every organization that brings a product to market already has a product lifecycle management (PLM) system in place. And

curve  time. While the actual curve for any particular product may look somewhat different, the general characteristics will be the same for most. The Investment Phase From the moment a product is conceptualized, resources are devoted to its design development and validation. These vital and costly processes are represented on the product lifecycle curve as the initial dip into negative profitability. This part of the curve (and the lifecycle) can be referred to as the Investment phase. The investment phase is Read More...
The Seven Types of Power Problems
Many of the mysteries of equipment failure, downtime, software, and data corruption are the result of a problematic power supply. Compounding the problem is that there is no standardized way to describe power problems. Learn more about common power disturbances, what can cause them, and how to safeguard your critical equipment—all described in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standard terms.

curve  Association, illustrates a performance curve designed for minimal tolerance of power disturbances in single-phase IT equipment power supplies. The Information Technology Industry Council (ITIC, formerly CBEMA) has recently refined the original curve as shown in Figure A1. The Curve and this Application Note are available at: www.itic.org/technical/iticurv.pdf Figure A1 shows a time scale beginning with sub-cycle scale, expanding through to ten seconds of dc power supply operation. The vertical scale repre Read More...
E2open Business Network Surpasses 100,000 Registered Users
E2open is a provider of cloud-based software solutions enabling enterprises to procure, manufacture, sell, and distribute products more efficiently through collaborative execution across global trading networks. Brand owners can use E2open solutions to gain visibility into and control over their trading networks through the real-time information, integrated business processes, and advanced

curve  E2open environment, the learning curve is faster and easier and onboard. This makes it more attractive to run their trading network on E2open, which in turn translates into growth for E2open. The E2open Business Network is the foundation for each brand owner to generate the analytics appropriate to its specific trading partner network. Leveraging real-time information, each brand owner can use the data to make better decisions (e.g., respond to unplanned disruptions—from demand spikes to natural Read More...
When You Realized the Need for a Unified View of Your Customers, that is E.piphany
E.piphany’s E.5 product suite is scheduled for release in late August. The new suite combines analytical customer information with traditional CRM functionality to provide advances in personalization and campaign management.

curve  well ahead of the curve, generating $24.5 Million in the second quarter 2000, a 70% increase over the previous quarter. Although E.5 is a revolutionary product that will up the ante for competitors such as Siebel, Clarify, and Broadbase, E.5 still lacks tight integration with ERP and other back-end systems. This creates a dilemma for companies with ERP systems in place that are looking to add CRM functionality. There is currently a tradeoff between purchasing a top notch CRM product from E.piphany or Read More...
HP's Remarkable Collaboration Journey: Sree Hameed Interviews HP's Curtis Suyematsu
HP's transformation from a vertically integrated enterprise to a virtual business network was about structural change. Insights into control, exception management, risk sharing, and architectures for information management can be gained from this supply chain success story.

curve  progressing along the learning curve where we ve established a set of standard processes that helps us deal with the dynamic nature of the extended supply chain where suppliers and services providers can be quickly plugged into our business ecosystem. But at the same time, it s important to recognize that every supplier partnership has aspects that must be accommodated within the processes unique to that relationship. And being able to support unique policies and rules specific to partners is critical, Read More...
Prophet 21
Prophet 21enterprise software solution for wholesale distribution, utilizes a Windows-based platform and a Structured Query Language (SQL) Server database.

curve  can shorten the learning curve for new users. Prophet 21 includes the following functionality: order management, which features one-screen quote and order entry, customer relationship management (CRM), and pricing and availability features; inventory management, which can help reduce inventory levels while improving customer service; warehouse management, which provides flexible real-time control, and is designed to help  minimize inventory losses, decrease shipping errors, and increase profitability; Read More...
Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management
Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional, new product inventory methods are missing opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

curve  measures; product life cycle stage/curve; certain leading indicators (e.g., machine population, part failure rates and like causal variables); and historical demand, to name some factors. These systems may also use sporadic or intermittent demand methods and spike demand analysis for slow-moving items, and handle return, repair, and refurbishment forecasting, often offer flexible forcing abilities (e.g., forecast at higher, aggregated levels and then prorate down to individual items). At the same time, Read More...

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