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Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Two: Distribution Environments
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

design factors  Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Two: Distribution Environments This note is a reprint of Chapter 12 of Managing Your Supply Chain using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton System Usage in Distribution Environments The standardized functionality in an ERP system shapes its usage. Efforts to use the system should be guided by (rather than run counter to) its fundamental underlying design. This section reviews the major design factors affecting system usage in a distribution Read More...
Core PLM for Discrete Industries
The foundation of product lifecycle management (PLM) for the discrete manufacturing industries is product data management (PDM). It covers design and product-related aspects of PLM including manage...
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E-learning Course Design
This article provides hints for the design of e-learning courses with regard to target audience, navigation, objectives, motivation, media, interactivity

design factors  instance, is the overall design attractive and appealing to the eye and ear? Is the use of color appropriate and pleasant? Does the course have a consistent look and feel? Screens should be neither too busy nor too stark, and the overall appearance should be professional. In addition, icons or clear labels should be appropriately used so that users don't have to read excessively to determine program options. Navigation If the course is easy to navigate, the e-learning experience can be beneficial even Read More...
Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

design factors  Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization This note is a reprint of Chapter 12 of Managing Your Supply Chain using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton Introduction The starting point of this book* is that supply chain management (SCM) requires effective use of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Its central theme focuses on using Microsoft Axapta for managing supply chain activities in manufacturing and distribution firms. Its Read More...
Nothing Succeeds Like Success(Factors) - Part 1
In addition to the Giants’ Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series 2010 victory, San Francisco has been even more famous for its software powerhouses

design factors  configurable, allowing customers to design performance review templates and workflows to best meet their needs. Performance Management also delivers rich content that enables managers to provide meaningful and productive feedback to their subordinates. For its part, the Goal Management module supports the process of creating, monitoring, and assessing employee goals across the organization. Identifying appropriate goals is a very effective method of motivating employees to perform at peak levels. To Read More...
Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Three: Manufacturing Environments
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

design factors  Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Three: Manufacturing Environments This note is a reprint of Chapter 12 of Managing Your Supply Chain using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton, available at Amazon.com and book stores. System Usage in Manufacturing Environments The standardized functionality in an ERP system shapes its usage. Efforts to use the system should be guided by (rather than run counter to) its fundamental underlying design. This section reviews the major design factors Read More...
CPR on BPR: Long Live Business Process Reengineering Part 1: A Primer
Without sound business process analysis, design, and possible re-design or full-blown reengineering in place before you bring in technology, your CRM (or any IT

design factors  the implementation, since the design came from them. Eliminate duplication of work or effort. Provide a single point of contact for customers whenever possible. Capture information once, at the source. Put information in one place only, and provide access for all who need it. Minimize checks, controls, and reconciliation. Remember and apply the O.H.I.O. principle - Only Handle It Once. Perform processes in parallel whenever possible. Find and cluster those processes that fit together naturally. Design Read More...
Factors Inhibiting the Widespread Adoption of Business Performance Management
Business performance management (BPM) and business intelligence (BI) solutions are at a crossroads. Vendors from each domain compete in the same market. BPM

design factors  Inhibiting the Widespread Adoption of Business Performance Management Originally Published - May 16, 2007 Although business performance management (BPM) offers outstanding benefits, such as helping organizations align their performances to their business processes and their overall organizational strategies, widespread adoption has been slow at best. BPM vendors need to ask themselves why this has been the case, and what they can do to increase their market penetration. A step in the right Read More...
Nothing Succeeds Like Success(Factors) - Part 3
Part 1 of this series introduced SuccessFactors, a public provider of software as a service (SaaS) talent management solutions. The article first analyzed the

design factors  initiative, the vendor has designed and developed capabilities to delight end-users with features such as real-time coaching, goal and performance review writing assistants, personal dashboards, and best-practice wizards. These bells-and-whistles capabilities (mentioned in Part 2 ) take advantage of  Web 2.0  concepts and technologies, such as  user-generated content (UGC ),  social networking ,  tagging (metadata ), and  AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) . Broad Applicability Within Read More...
Network Design: A Sole-source, Service-based Approach
Typically, useful network documentation requires a significant investment in time and effort. But because enterprise networks are in constant flux, many

design factors  Design: A Sole-source, Service-based Approach Typically, useful network documentation requires a significant investment in time and effort. But because enterprise networks are in constant flux, many companies do not document their network on a regular basis. However, by adopting a sole source, service-based solution for network shapes and stencils, organizations can perform mission-critical documentation more regularly—in ways that are simpler, faster and more effective. Read More...
Case Study: Natural Factors
Natural Factors produces millions of capsules every month and, on a daily basis, fills hundreds of sales orders. With new formulations continually added to its

design factors  Study: Natural Factors Natural Factors produces millions of capsules every month and, on a daily basis, fills hundreds of sales orders. With new formulations continually added to its thousands of active stock items, the company needs a solution that ensures quality control. Learn how the Lot Traceability module in SYSPRO’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software helps Natural Factors trace products to their source and ensure compliance. Read More...
PTC Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part One
This was my third time attending the PTC Live Global (formerly PlanetPTC Live) conference, and by now I can say with some conviction that, compared to its large

design factors  Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part One This was my third time attending the PTC Live Global (formerly PlanetPTC Live ) conference, and by now I can say with some conviction that, compared to its large product lifecycle management (PLM) and computer aided design (CAD) software peers, PTC provides the most inspiring keynote presentations by its top executives and customers. There are no flashy marketing gimmicks, overselling, and industry gobbledygook, but rather down-to-earth Read More...
Deploying Asset Management Software in Midsized Facilities: The 5 Critical Success Factors
Unlike large manufacturing companies, small and medium facilities often handle asset management and maintenance with cobbled-together manual and semi-automated

design factors  Asset Management Software in Midsized Facilities: The 5 Critical Success Factors Unlike large manufacturing companies, small and medium facilities often handle asset management and maintenance with cobbled-together manual and semi-automated systems. This results in many lost benefits, including uninterrupted production and simplified regulatory compliance burdens. As you explore asset management solutions, you should know five critical factors that can determine the success or failure of your Read More...
Data Center Projects: Advantages of Using a Reference Design
It is no longer practical or cost-effective to completely engineer all aspects of a unique data center. Re-use of proven, documented subsystems or complete

design factors  of Using a Reference Design It is no longer practical or cost-effective to completely engineer all aspects of a unique data center. Re-use of proven, documented subsystems or complete designs is a best practice for both new data centers and for upgrades to existing data centers. Adopting a well-conceived reference design can have a positive impact on both the project itself, as well as on the operation of the data center over its lifetime. Reference designs simplify and shorten the planning and Read More...
A Zero-defect Design Methodology for Integrated Circuits and Board Designs
India-based design service firms enjoy a substantial share of the global design services business. However, they continue to rely on large client firms to

design factors  Zero-defect Design Methodology for Integrated Circuits and Board Designs India-based design service firms enjoy a substantial share of the global design services business. However, they continue to rely on large client firms to achieve scale. This paper examines semiconductor design outsourcing in diverse client environments, from reputable firms in western countries to established firms in Asia, to startups—and then suggests a unique model for Indian firms to scale up the value chain. Read More...

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