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Information Architecture in Office SharePoint Server
Before any medium-to-large company implements Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007, it’s important to become familiar with the process that may occur

departmental hierarchy  departmental structure and then departmental functionality. For example, a hierarchy may appear as Corporate Portal Site >> Human Resources >> Benefits. This approach works for most organizations small and large and is shown in the following diagram. A standardized hierarchy such as this provides not only a logical approach for users when browsing the portal site for content, but most likely mirrors existing security groups within the organization. As these clear organizational units, such as Read More

PPM for Internal Departments
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Typically IT departments employ an IT governance framework to ensure that their PPM...
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Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface, and the platform support. It is going to

departmental hierarchy  mainframe, but separate, silo departmental applications would reside on separate mainframe platforms. Any integration between, say purchasing and accounts payable applications, would thus mean lengthy transfers in batches—not to mention that the systems' only users were a few privileged (if not brave) information technology (IT) staffers that would spend days or weeks to produce some meaningful report (typically late and after the fact). As personal computers (PCs) became powerful enough to take on Read More
EAM Versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part One
As companies continue to look for more areas from which to squeeze out revenues and reduce expenses, enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized

departmental hierarchy  entire enterprises, rather than departmental or individual plant needs. To that end, both IFS and Intentia's EAM offerings can schedule preventive maintenance and manage these activities as well as unplanned maintenance. However, these products seamlessly extract and update data from Microsoft Project workplans, a popular project management tool. Additionally, Intentia's EAM is integrated with Movex Advanced Production Planner ( APP ), its production optimization tool. As a result, production orders and Read More
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company
This article looks at where computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) end and enterprise asset management (EAM) takes over, focusing on features and

departmental hierarchy  entire enterprises, rather than departmental or individual plant needs. To that end, both IFS and Intentia's EAM offerings can schedule preventive maintenance and manage these activities as well as unplanned maintenance. However, these products seamlessly extract and update data from Microsoft Project workplans, a popular project management tool. Additionally, Intentia's EAM is integrated with Movex Advanced Production Planner ( APP ), its production optimization tool. As a result, production orders and Read More
Japanese Decision-making Processes Can Influence Enterprise Content Management Functionality
Traditional Japanese Decision-making, or Ringi The decision-making process in North American companies operates within a centralized system, and generally

departmental hierarchy  without any discussion with departmental managers. By contrast, in Japanese processes as described above, there is no individual decision maker per se; primarily, a document approval system is used, involving many tiers of the corporate hierarchy. These differences suggest that software applications, such as enterprise content management (ECM) , should specifically cater to the workflows of the Japanese decision-making process. General ECM Software Functionality Consequently, some Japanese workflow Read More
SignalDemand: Dealing with Supply- and Demand-side Pricing Matters - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series described the conundrum that commodity-based manufacturers encounter when it comes to determining the best price, production mix, and

departmental hierarchy   Read More
A CFO's Guide For Managing IT
In the post Y2K era, many companies have turned to the CFO to oversee the IT function with the CIO or head of IT reporting to the CFO. IT may look

departmental hierarchy  In other words, a departmental project is fine, but a project that involves two or more departments is much better because cross-functional projects tend to involve business processes. IT projects that have been in progress for more than 6 months may have been improperly designed. Large projects should be designed in phases so results can be evaluated periodically instead of at the end a long timetable. ROI is difficult to measure in the white-collar environment. Look for ROI surrogates (see Is ROI King Read More
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

departmental hierarchy  and many hands in departmental silos (e.g., sales, service, operations, product development, administration), but not always as planned. Inevitable business changes create execution gaps between the ideal service and the actual service, which alienate customers and aid the competition. Furthermore, there are layers of business operations within these functions that further fragment the organization into a collection of islands. This creates additional seams and chasms that customers, internal staff, and Read More
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Two: ACCPAC's Recent Product Enhancements
Businesses wary of larger initial upfront investments can start with an easily affordable subscription at ACCPACcrm.com and have the knowledge that any

departmental hierarchy  purchase orders; sales orders; departmental accounting; pre-paid orders support; the ability to lock accounting periods from further transactions; and support for a longer inventory part code. These new features are immediately available to all Simply Accounting Online subscribers at no extra cost. Simply Accounting Online offers broad accounting functionality for small business (such as general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory and services, project costing, purchase orders, sales Read More
ACCPAC -- Being Much More Than Meets The Eye Part Two: Announcements Continued
ACCPAC continues to expand its products footprint and operations worldwide.

departmental hierarchy  Pro versions. The new Departmental Accounting capability in Simply Accounting 2003 Pro enables detailed reporting of up to 100 departments within a company. Simply Accounting 2003 Pro uses segments in the general ledger (GL) account codes, enabling true Departmental Accounting and reporting throughout all accounting modules. In addition, new integration between the product's Time Billing and Payroll modules should enable users to easily pay employees based on time slips and compare billable or actual Read More
PDM vs. PLM: A Matrix View
Two recent blog posts by Oleg Shilovitsky (PDM vs. PLM: A Data Perspective and PDM vs. PLM: A Process Perspective) got me wondering about what a true product

departmental hierarchy  mainly used on a departmental level and serves as an information source of product data for other systems. Quadrant 2 - “Advanced PDM” : Product designers/developers are the system’s users but some information (such as sourcing, production, and quality) in other systems can be routed to the PD&C system to help product designers/developers make better decisions. Quadrant 3 - “Manual PLM” : Many different parties can access the PD&C system but due to the integration limitation, many inputs Read More
AuraPortal BPMS
AuraPortal Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) is a Web-based enterprise business management software suite consisting of six products: BPM: Business

departmental hierarchy  provides an enterprise-wide or departmental solution for the complete management of business processes. Read More
ERP-II: Making ERP Deliver On Its Promise to the Enterprise
Conventional enterprise resource planning (ERP) falls short in a few areas: competitive pressures are making it clear that business is still in need of more

departmental hierarchy  corporate information isolated in departmental silos, but it is housed with all corporate information, used to benefit the entire organization. Read More
Succession Management: A Primer
Many companies plan for vacancies at the top level, but few have a succession management strategy that considers all aspects of the business and levels of the

departmental hierarchy  SAP,hr,motivation,job description,project management,payroll,human resources,humanresources,risk management,workforce,job vacancies,job application,time management,resource management,job opportunities Read More
Zoho’s Mod Appeal
If you are a small or medium business and you haven’t heard of Zoho yet, you should check it out—the company might have an app for you, perhaps even for free

departmental hierarchy  but these are, again, departmental “edge” solutions. Another proponent of open source technology, xTuple , is approaching the market from the other end—the vendor already has a full ERP system. It intends to spin out micro-modules that let users start with just one piece, then build up to the fully integrated ERP that already exists. Many ERP providers already have their budding app stores, e.g., SYSPRO and QAD to name a couple. The market may ultimately favor one approach over the other, but this Read More

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