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The move to IFRS and XBRL
IFRS is an accounting standard dealing with global financial reporting. XBRL is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards

describing  is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards. This article describes why IFRS will displace GAAP in the US and the link between IFRS and XBRL. The move to IFRS and XBRL Why are governments moving to International Financial Reporting System (IFRS) and extensible business reporting language (XBRL)? The advent of the Internet (circa 1980) resulted in global communication times shrinking to minutes from days or hours. The consequences of inexpensive, real-time, Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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ERP Selection Facts and Figures Case Study - Part 2: Qualitative Assessments and Analysis
This is part two of a note describing an opportunity TEC had to evaluate and compare the four top ERP vendors for a client. Each vendor’s offering differed in

describing  erp selection,erp software,infor software,erp fashion,erp software vendors,syteline software,erp providers,erp products,erp saas,web erp,online erp,syspro erp,on demand erp,free erp,best erp Read More...
It’s About Time “Legal” Got Involved
On May 16th, a press release surfaced describing a new ASP (Application Service Provider) serving the legal industry. Trouble is, the new company’s website

describing  aspora,ASP solution,application services providers,asp for law firms,high-end applications,service provider application,asp net solutions,asp web solutions,asp software solutions,asp ecommerce solutions,firms corporate,aspora software package,high-end software Read More...
My Takeaway From ERE Expo 2010
I attended ERE Expo online by following the live stream, which by the way was really great, with no interruptions and good sound/video quality. In a way, I’m

describing  did a fabulous job describing what Generation Y expects from companies when they apply for a job (if they apply—many would rather work on their own rather than be an insignificant part of a huge corporation). It was amazing to see how members of Generation X can summarize so well what Generation Y people are seeking and what motivates them. Traditional HR strategies will really become obsolete very soon. Creating an Integrated Global Recruiting Function [ watch the video ] Another great session Read More...
Mobile BI Market Survey
Take our mobile BI survey. The business intelligence (BI) space is finally seeing mainstream adoption of mobile capabilities, and increasing numbers of software

describing  BI, in addition to describing vendor offerings and the types of technologies that are being used. If you work with BI—whether as a user or developer—or if you are exploring the possibility of deploying a mobile BI application, you can collaborate with us to create the necessary data spectrum for the report by answering this 3-minute survey. Take the mobile BI survey now! And let me know your thoughts below—I’ll respond as soon as I can. Read More...
Nothing Succeeds Like Success(Factors) – Part 3 » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

describing  customer, SuccessFactors leverages the self-describing attributes of  extensible markup language (XML)  to abstract many of the unique customer data requirements into an  object model . Moreover, while all of the data is stored in a standard  relational database management system (RDBMS) , the table structure itself is simplified, with all of the core entity data self-described within an XML-based object model. This approach enables a configurable user experience, allowing customers to provide their 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. The name alludes to small office, home office, i.e., SOHO, although some products are suited to larger companies. The Web-based mini apps of the Zoho Office Suite are a great example of the trend of the atomization of user experience

describing  technology (BT)” trend , describing pervasive use by casual users in lines of business (LoBs) of technology that is increasingly managed outside the direct control of IT departments. Certainly Zoho is fulfilling a demand for easy-to-use cloud and mobile apps for productivity, collaboration, and communication that aren’t bogged down by the need to customize and manage this functionality within an enterprise-wide system. Zoho’s Background Headquartered in California and with global offices, the Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 3
[Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This interactive series is an exercise in what-if analysis based on ongoing interviews with Frankie as well as your feedback. You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It’s still colorful.] <!--more-->Previously

describing  a Project Charter clearly describing roles and responsibilities of each person in the team and get it signed off by the hence formed steering committee. Further, he should keep all the records documented for this project and try to be in good books of Greta by delivering good quality work in timely fashion. Untill he has this project running smoothly and to the satisfaction of the stakeholders his ass would be safe and well protected. SAP is the Rolls Royce of ERP and if implemented well it does prove to Read More...
The move to IFRS and XBRL
IFRS is an accounting standard dealing with global financial reporting. XBRL is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards. This article describes why IFRS will displace GAAP in the US and the link between IFRS and XBRL.<!--more-->The move to IFRS and XBRL Why are governments moving to International Financial Reporting System (IFRS) and extensible business

describing  is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards. This article describes why IFRS will displace GAAP in the US and the link between IFRS and XBRL. The move to IFRS and XBRL Why are governments moving to International Financial Reporting System (IFRS) and extensible business reporting language (XBRL)? The advent of the Internet (circa 1980) resulted in global communication times shrinking to minutes from days or hours. The consequences of inexpensive, real-time, Read More...
An Overview of Product Lifecycle Management Implementation Challenges
Product lifecycle management (PLM) implementation brings its own set of challenges, whether considering vendor selection, employee perception management, or actual implementation. However, based on experience and study, it is possible to describe the best practices for overcoming these challenges.

describing  implementation vision document clearly describing the key milestones, implementation methodology, various phases, and checkpoints. Finally, it explains the benefits that are expected in the short and the long run. Apart from this, it should indicate when to expect return on investment (ROI). Gathering Employee Support for Change Once a vision document is made, it is clear that it has won over the senior management. But the success of any implementation lies completely with the people who actually use the Read More...
Delivering Adaptive Discovery for Business Process Management
Designing processes for business process management solutions can be daunting, as all flows, rules, and exceptions have to be defined. With Adaptive Discovery from Ultimus, however, processes can be designed on a high level, and exceptions defined after deployment.

describing  workflows within the organization. Describing the processes in detail, rather than automating them, is the challenge. Discovering all the rules, flows, and exceptions takes a long time and much effort, resulting in delays to deployment. Even though the automation aspect is not trivial, once the processes are defined (together with the rules, roles, events, conditions, and scenarios), process automation is relatively straightforward. The difficulty comes afterwards, when the solution becomes part of the Read More...

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