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Continuous Data Quality Management: The Cornerstone of Zero-Latency Business Analytics Part 2: One Solution
Most enterprises fight fires with axes, fire hoses, trucks, and hordes of firemen, but the CDQM approach is a smoke detector. It’s far less expensive to put a

data management division  new framework, a continuous data quality management tool to work in concert with enterprise business intelligence and database systems. Built with an easy-to-use interface like simple address checkers, yet developed for robust enterprise use across departments, data warehouses and silos, Metagenix's CDQM tool works by applying specific business rules as a continuous check of data quality. The CDQM framework consists of several interconnected processes, which we have outlined below. Business Rules Capture Read More...
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Accelerate ROI for Business Process Management (BPM)
Business process management (BPM) consists of software and expertise, designed to improve the performance, visibility, and agility of business processes. With

data management division  the process. Real-time performance data allows business users to take immediate action to optimize business results. Deploy the solution . IT sets up the software and hardware environments, prepares and deploys production artifacts, tests the solution and monitors the health of the solution to ensure process integrity. All IT production-level activities should happen in parallel with business activities.   Consider how to start The following IBM offerings can be especially valuable for businesses Read More...
Project Management Office: Framework Strategy
IT initiatives driven within silos, where each department maintain its own project management office, inhibits the overall cohesiveness and effectiveness of

data management division  management training and a data repository for the timely and appropriate generation, collection, dissemination, storage, and ultimate disposition of project information. This can be achieved through the implementation of a centralized project management office (PMO), often referred to as the project management center of excellence (PM-COE). Strategic Report Overview The following sections describes a structured framework for the successful implementation of a PM-COE/PMO for internal technology groups to Read More...
Facilities Management is Moving Forward with Technology
Information is one of the most valuable resources for facilities management departments, so it’s essential to have a process that lets you achieve full value

data management division  accuracy and access to data sources. Computer-aided facilities management (CAFM) systems act as a vital repository of information for an organization’s facilities and physical assets, ridding managers of the time-consuming and error-prone task of updating multiple spreadsheets. A CAFM system offers end users with a consistent way to view, track, and maintain most aspects of an organization’s facilities and assets. In addition, facilities managers benefit from the ability to create valuable reports Read More...
Captured by Data
The benefits case for enterprise asset management (EAM) has been used to justify huge sums in EAM investment. But to understand this reasoning, it is necessary

data management division  by Data Enterprise Asset Management Systems and the Aims of Modern Maintenance Since the late 1980s, enterprise asset management (EAM) vendors throughout the world have pitched their products based partly on the ability to capture, manipulate, and analyze historical failure data. Part of the stated benefits case is often the ability to highlight the causes for poor performing assets, provide the volume and quality of information for determining how best to manage the assets, and informing Read More...
Next-generation Data Auditing for Data Breach Protection and Risk Mitigation
Data breaches and leaks are on the rise—and the consequences, from theft of identity or intellectual property, can seriously compromise a company’s reputation

data management division  generation Data Auditing for Data Breach Protection and Risk Mitigation Data breaches and leaks are on the rise—and the consequences, from theft of identity or intellectual property, can seriously compromise a company’s reputation. Stolen laptops, hacking, exposed e-mail, insider theft, and other causes of data loss can plague your company. How can you detect (and respond!) to breaches and protect your data center? Learn about the functions and benefits of an automated data auditing system. Read More...
Asset Management
Enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) enable the planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset

data management division  Management Enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) enable the planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events and maintenance tasks as they pertain to plants, equipment, and facilities. EAM/CMMS systems span all phases of the asset life cycle across all services, including investment planning, specification, design, operations and maintenance, and disposal. EAM/CMMS systems help managers better allocate equipment and resources, and Read More...
Core HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management
Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data,

data management division  collect and maintain such data is critical. Find out what core HR management capabilities and systems today’s companies are using. Read More...
Top Three Learning Management Trends for 2011
Learning management is a growing market in certain geographical areas and within specific industries. The availability of mobile and collaborative learning

data management division  and LMS solutions. Using data from TEC’s Evaluation Centers, we compiled information about end-user trends (looking first at users by geographic location and then by industry). The percentages in the figures below were derived by taking the total number of end-user inquiries from each location or industry type and dividing that by the total number of users for a given year. If we look at statistics over the past three years, we see a growing interest in learning management in specific geographic Read More...
Oracle Transportation Management
Oracle Transportation Management delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It

data management division  Transportation Management Oracle Transportation Management delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It integrates and streamlines transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multileg air, ocean, and rail shipments. Oracle Transportation Management lowers transportation costs, improves customer Read More...
Knowledge Management: The Core of Service Resolution Management
Businesses today need to demonstrate their value to customers by making information that is relevant to them accessible. Hence the need for knowledge management

data management division  pull answers from any data source an agent can connect it to, thereby giving agents the right information at the right time. Lastly, the automation of key resolution processes enables new agents to get up to speed more quickly. By pre-populating case notes and pre-establishing workflows and other techniques, the companies can create an environment that allows agents to operate as effectively as possible, regardless of their experience. With the addition of multiple channels and new technologies to Read More...
Cash Management 101
Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work,

data management division  two time zones away—electronic data interchange (EDI) transfers, e-mail notifications, etc. Forecasted deposits for the day, generated from cash management software. These are based on reliable deposits taken from sales invoice dates plus credit days allowed (e.g., net 30, 2 percent net 10, etc.). Checks received in the mail. Over-the-counter cash receipts. Credit card receipts. Forecasted deposits based on disputed invoices (i.e., invoices where credit notes may have to be issued) or the poor payer Read More...
MODX Web Content Management: Vendor Profile
Open source vendor MODX provides a modern, highly flexible, Web standards–compliant Web content management (WCM) framework. TEC’s Director of Knowledge Services

data management division  Web Content Management: Vendor Profile Open source vendor MODX provides a modern, highly flexible, Web standards–compliant Web content management (WCM) framework. TEC’s Director of Knowledge Services Josh Chalifour profiles MODX—its background, business practices, revenue streams, and community. MODX’s WCM systems, Evolution and Revolution, are being used for a significant quantity of sites around the world. Find out more in this report. Read More...
New Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts
With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction

data management division  Realities of Retail Workforce Management: Myths versus Facts With an economic recovery underway, retailers are leveraging workforce management (WFM) tools to help them address their most pressing needs—cost reduction, return on investment (ROI), and measurably improved performance—while instilling practices that will serve them tomorrow and beyond. Find out how market leaders are leveraging the considerable benefits of WFM systems to gain a significant competitive advantage. Read More...

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