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Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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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Demonstrating the ROI of an ERP System
What kind of tangible return on investment (ROI) can you expect from your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software? The answer: a lot more than you might

demonstrating  the ROI of an ERP System What kind of tangible return on investment (ROI) can you expect from your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software? The answer: a lot more than you might expect. Purchasing ERP software represents a significant financial commitment, but in most cases, the software pays for itself within the first year—and will continue to generate cost savings for many years after. Where do these cost savings come from? Find out here.

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Discrete Enterprise Resource Planning (Discrete ERP) RFI / RFP Template

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The Miracle in Detroit: Putting the ROI into ITIL


IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase deployments, such as IT infrastructure library (ITIL) implementations: massive projects which are hard to sell to management, and which promise returns many years in the future—after significant investment. So how do you get management to buy into your vision?

demonstrating  understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase deployments, such as IT infrastructure library (ITIL) implementations: massive projects which are hard to sell to management, and which promise returns many years in the future—after significant investment. So how do you get management to buy into your vision? Read More

Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce


Logility has achieved an impressive 33% total revenue growth over the past five years, demonstrating that it can still compete effectively in a B2B software market dominated by much larger players. It sells its supply chain management and Internet-based solutions to mid market companies primarily within the process manufacturing industries, such as food & beverage, chemicals, but also consumer packaged goods, apparel, and retail. Logility claims to be happy with its current rate of growth but is aggressively targeting the application hosting market.

demonstrating  the past five years, demonstrating that it can compete effectively in a business-to-business (B2B) software market dominated by much larger players (see Figure 1). Of its $32 million in revenues (last four quarters), 48% derives from sales of its Voyager solutions, with the remainder from services and maintenance activities (see Figure 2). Logility's B2B collaborative commerce solutions sprang from its foundation in Supply Chain Management. These solutions still compete with offerings from i2 Read More

Nine Questions to Ask 360-system Vendors


Many organizations are searching for automated solutions to support their 360 initiatives. Fortunately, selecting vendors is a lot like making a new hire. You start by interviewing the most likely candidates from a pool of prospects. You drop the least promising to create a shortlist. Finally—by asking the right questions—you pick the best choice for your organization.

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Improving Your Demo-To-Win Ratio - Bridge Building


Ask yourself this simple question: “Have I ever lost a deal to an inferior product?” If your answer is yes, I’ll guarantee that one of the prime reasons for your defeat was because your competitor was a more effective Bridge-Demonstrator.

demonstrating  software. The technique of demonstrating how your software will address and improve their process flow requirements. To complicate matters, almost all prospects are afraid of heights. In spite of this fear, they insist on looking down. This will happen many times during your demonstration in the form of objections and points of clarification. You've no doubt heard the cries from the audience such as, Wait a minute! Do you mean we're going to have to ? or Hold on a minute. Can you please go through Read More

USi to Offer Managed Messaging for U.S. Feds


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Measuring the Value of Metadata


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Remedy Corporation: Poised for a Comeback?


Once the toast of Wall Street, Remedy has redefined its business. With products in CRM, service management and e-procurement (and others), and propelled by something unusual – profits – the company is hoping to regain its former luster.

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The Demo Crime Files!


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