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Tier 3 And Tier 4 ... Where Do You Go If You Don't Know, What You Don't Know.
If you are an executive in a Tier 3 or Tier 4 manufacturing company and you have wondered where to start, whom to call, what questions to ask, this article is

decision go no go steps  confirm their direction and decision matrix is sound. ERPSearch offers these valuable resources and a resource directory so members know the frame of reference from which the advice originates. For this reason, ERPSearch.com was formed. Discussion Forum for Manufacturing Executives At ERPSearch.com , manufacturing executives openly and confidentially discuss their business issues, concerns and practices with other executives and industry professionals. There is no charge to executives for this service. Read More...
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IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to
Many technology sales cycles get bogged down in the IT department. But while it is unlikely that a sale will get anywhere without IT management buy-in, IT

decision go no go steps  key influencers in the decision making process and make sure they buy in to the proposal. A common gripe of the sales-team as they go through this process is that the decision makers have never heard of the vendor being represented and/or the products being proposed. This is the challenge of the vendor’s marketing team, whose job it is to prime the market so that the sales-people are wooing a receptive audience. Who are the most important people in the IT investment decision making process and how do Read More...
Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) capabilities transform vast amounts of data into relevant information that organizations rely on to make decisions and manage

decision go no go steps  effects of one bad decision are compounded over and over as they cross departments or move further up the ranks. BI must draw on accurate data. Otherwise the adage remains: Garbage in, garbage out. If an enterprise BI application is built on the wrong data, or on out-of-date or incomplete data, the value of the system is compromised long before information reaches the business user. The demands of compliance have led organizations to pay closer attention to their data quality. However, few IT Read More...
10 Steps to Better Software Test Automation
Maybe you’re considering software test tools for the first time. Or maybe you have experience but think your existing software test automation process needs

decision go no go steps  the consequences of this decision are detrimental. Most of these tools have very little or no support. Sometimes the installation and configuration of a tool takes a significantly larger amount of hours as opposed to the relatively easy, fast, and friendly procedures offered by commercial tools. We have evaluated more than a hundred of such tools and have found: free or open source tools are less user friendly. Few of the free tools are as powerful as commercial tools. However, they are flexible making 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 go no go steps  subtitle: A guide to decision making. Forward to the 2008 Edition This handbook builds on the 2007 edition of the application delivery handbook. This edition of the handbook differs from the original version in several ways. First, information that was contained in the original version that is no longer relevant was deleted from this edition. Second, information was added to increase both the breadth and depth of this edition. For example, a significant amount of new market research is included. In Read More...
Mobile Content and Document Management Best Practices and Decision Checklist
Every minute of every day, employees move business files onto their mobile devices so they can work at home, on the road, or at client sites. The result is the

decision go no go steps  Management Best Practices and Decision Checklist Every minute of every day, employees move business files onto their mobile devices so they can work at home, on the road, or at client sites. The result is the equivalent of a mobile scrum of risks, redundancies, and wasted efforts and resources. A result of the huge popularity of mobile phones and tablets and the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, the large number of mobile devices being used for work purposes and the large amount of associated content Read More...
5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable
Is field service seen as a cost center at your business? Providing field service can be a complex process, but that does not have to mean it’s unprofitable

decision go no go steps  field service software,profitable field service,FSM,FSM software,field service scheduling,field service mobility,mobile FSM software,ServiceMax,field service operations Read More...
Five Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success
Many business intelligence (BI) projects fall short of expectations. Unless organizations implement a methodology and benchmark the success other organizations

decision go no go steps  identification process. An implementation decision that comes from management still requires input from users as to what their requirements are, and this information can make the difference between the implementation of a tool that works as a value proposition and an implementation that may be seen as useless. Step 2. Determining Expectations of Use Once BI is implemented within an organization, its usage usually grows beyond initial expectations. For example, an organization may assume that its BI Read More...
The Four Steps to Reducing Production Scrap and Rework
Manufacturers know that production scrap can come from just about anywhere: from the ordered parts that don’t fit into a finished assembly, or from a physical

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Rootstock Software Steps Out on Force.com
One of my recent blog posts talked about the emergence of a few natively cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that leverage salesforce.com’s

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5 Steps to Successful ERP Selection
Focusing on a successful ERP selection at the start of an ERP implementation project will help drive a company's ERP project success and, more importantly, the

decision go no go steps  due diligence,ERP selection,ERP evaluation,ERP requirements,organizational change management,ERP project 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 go no go steps  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...
The Dashboard Decision : Criteria for Selecting a Business Intelligence Solution
To simplify and greatly improve their BI shortlist selection processes, companies should focus on the business value and ongoing expenses that different

decision go no go steps  Dashboard Decision : Criteria for Selecting a Business Intelligence Solution To simplify and greatly improve their BI shortlist selection processes, companies should focus on the business value and ongoing expenses that different solutions create—measured across a few key variables. This paper outlines key criteria that companies should consider when creating their business intelligence shortlists—and when making their ultimate selections. Read More...
TARGIT Decision Suite : Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

decision go no go steps  Decision Suite : Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, Read More...
Dealing with Chaos: Four Steps to Manufacturing Success
Many manufacturers and distributors have embraced the lean philosophy. But the tight controls necessary for success with Lean can leave companies vulnerable to

decision go no go steps  Infor,distribution,chain supply management,distribution center,supply chain management,operations management,distribution warehouse,lean manufacturing,distribution software,business operations,distribution centers,distribution logistics,distribution management,distribution services,distribution warehousing Read More...

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