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Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface: IT Decision-maker Perception
This white paper presents the results of a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft Corporation to help IT organizations

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Enterprise Software Trends: A Look Back at 2012
Here’s what TEC analysts have to say about some of the more significant enterprise software developments of 2012.Aleksey Osintsev, TEC Research Analyst, on

decision editorial  In manufacturing, a deployment decision depends on a large number of factors, and these are unique to each business. While some manufacturers can adopt the cloud readily, it won’t work for everyone. It is obvious now that cloud ERP adoption is sometimes a controversial process, more complex than it originally appeared, and not that different in terms of long-term total cost of ownership. Some ERP vendors have had to discontinue their cloud offerings. In my view, cloud ERP offerings are not yet mature Read More
Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times -- A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Two: Business Process Modeling
Business processes must be enabled across the artificial boundaries of disparate applications that must work together to support these business processes. To

decision editorial  Further, based on the decision criteria (which can also be automated or manual), the flow will be routed either to path A, path B, or elsewhere. The combination of a start step, action or decision steps, a route or routes, and an end step constitutes a workflow, which in turn represents a business process. Consequently, BPM has evolved from workflow tools, but it also entails activities like process modeling, application integration, process monitoring, and rapid application development tools. The system Read More
In Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making
Decision making is at the core of all business activity, as executives set strategy and manage operations by weighing a vast array of factors to arrive at the

decision editorial  Approach Decision Making , Decision Making Steps . Preface In search of clarity: Unravelling the complexities of executive decision-making is an Economist Intelligence Unit white paper, sponsored by SAP BusinessObjects. The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for the content of this report. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s editorial team executed the survey, conducted the analysis and wrote the report. The findings and views expressed in this report do not necessarily reflect the Read More
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

decision editorial  For example, does the decision to use chatty protocols mean that additional optimization solutions would have to be deployed in the infrastructure? If so, how well will the application run if an organization deploys these optimization solutions? What additional management and security issues do these solutions introduce? A primary way to balance the requirements and capabilities of the application development and the application-delivery functions is to create an effective architecture that integrates Read More
Unified Business Performance Management and the Application of Predictive Analytics
As companies demand more from their decision support systems, unified business performance management (BPM) will play an increasingly important role in planning

decision editorial  demand more from their decision support systems, unified business performance management (BPM) will play an increasingly important role in planning and decision-making. Thus, predictive analytics, applied with BPM, bridges the gap between real-time activity monitoring and calculated execution. Before embracing predictive analytics, however, companies should know that only a unified solution can help capitalize on this promising technology. Read More
SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us
In the IDC report SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us , you'll learn how a SaaS-based BI solution can help employees throughou...

decision editorial  BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us For years, only top executives at large corporations had access to business intelligence (BI). Not anymore. Today, the software as a service (SaaS) revolution has brought the power of BI to companies and decision makers at all levels —including people who create plans and forecasts and manage operations across the enterprise. Is your company taking advantage of the democratization of BI? Or are your information workers still struggling to mine Read More
Software Evaluation and Software Selection
Organizations are surrounded by ambiguity when making their implementation decisions. Accurate and relevant criteria that are properly weighed against an

decision editorial  selection processes, and unclear decision rationale are some of the unfortunate watchwords for most selection processes. Problem Overview Generally, when an enterprise seeks to implement a new software solution, it determines a team of stakeholders, evaluates internal processes, defines needs, and then sends requests for information (RFIs). Eventually, the enterprise sends requests for proposals (RFPs) to a shortlist of vendors. Shortlisted vendors are typically invited to demonstrate their solutions, and Read More
PMOLink, Inc.
PMOLINK IS FOCUSED ON IMPROVING YOUR BOTTOM LINE THROUGH THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF EXECUTIVE DECISION SUPPORT, PORTFOLIO AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT, AND BUSINESS

decision editorial  PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF EXECUTIVE DECISION SUPPORT, PORTFOLIO AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT, AND BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES! PMOLink can help your organization improve its performance at selecting and executing projects by providing services, products, and technology solutions to ensure your projects become successes, not statistics. Read More
Common Phone System Buying Problems
There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all

decision editorial  to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all of the vendors and options available. Rather than learning the hard way, know some of the common problems that people often run into when buying a new business phone system so you understand the obstacles you will face in your buying decision and how to get around them. Read More
Informatica Morphs into Enterprise Decision Support Vendor
Informatica Corporation, long an established vendor in the Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) market space, has morphed themselves into a vendor of solutions for the

decision editorial  Morphs into Enterprise Decision Support Vendor Vendor Genesis Based in Palo Alto, California, Informatica was founded in late 1993 by Gaurav Dhillon, the current Chief Executive Officer, and Diaz Nesamoney, the current President. Originally they were strictly an ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) vendor who competed with Platinum Technology, Prism Solutions, Carleton, and Evolutionary Technologies (ETI). With his background at Unisys and Sterling Software, Dhillon understood that applications were Read More
Anatomy of a Decision—BI Platform vs. Tool: Choosing Birst over Tableau for Enterprise Business Intelligence Needs
This report summarizes the decision process of five firms as they navigated the BI vendor selection process with a specific focus on two often compared

decision editorial  This report summarizes the decision process of five firms as they navigated the BI vendor selection process with a specific focus on two often compared competitors. The five studied firms are current Birst customers and considered Tableau during their solution selection process. It is the aim of this report to distill the key alignments of business needs and solution strengths that ultimately led them to choose Birst. Read More
Seeing the Big Picture: A Corporate Guide to Better Decisions through IT
Today’s small and midsize companies are destined to make uninformed decisions on an alarmingly regular basis. Executives simply do not have the relevant

decision editorial  Corporate Guide to Better Decisions through IT Today’s small and midsize companies are destined to make uninformed decisions on an alarmingly regular basis. Executives simply do not have the relevant information to make the best decisions in a timely manner. Read this paper to know how gaining real-time visibility of the enterprise helps small and midsize companies leverage consistency, accuracy, and timeliness via a single data source to make better, faster decisions. Read More
TEC Launches a New Decision Support System: jDICE (just Decide-Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees)
Montreal, QC — April 1, 2010 — Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a world-wide leader in enterprise software evaluation, has released a new decision support

decision editorial  Launches a New Decision Support System: jDICE (just Decide-Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees) Montreal, QC — April 1, 2010 — Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a world-wide leader in enterprise software evaluation, has released a new decision support system for pragmatic decision makers who already know what’s most important for their company: jDICE ™ (just Decide—Ignore [Your Idiot] Customers and Employees). After all, why should you worry about customers or employees when Read More
TEC Moderates World’s Top Enterprise Software Event, 8th ERP Vendor Shootout
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), the leading online resource for enterprise software decision makers, is proud to announce that it will be moderating the

decision editorial  resource for enterprise software decision makers, is proud to announce that it will be moderating the 8th ERP Vendor Shootout this coming October 16 and 17, 2010, in Dallas, Texas (US). The event is hosted by the value-added reseller (VAR) community and is geared toward IT decision makers with manufacturing, distribution, or project-oriented requirements looking to upgrade or replace their enterprise software systems. The event helps simplify the ERP software selection process, alleviating some of the Read More

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