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SmallSmartFast Organizations
At ChainLink we have talked a lot about the advent of SmallSmartFast technologies—ever-smaller and ever-smarter devices and software that is fast to implement and give us information and answers in real-time.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: are cross-trained to do different functions. This is actually one of the key attributes of smaller teams—people become a lot more multi-talented and cross-functional—e.g. in startups, everyone wears many hats. In SmallSmartFast teams, most people have a much higher job satisfaction, because they have more variety, see more of the whole picture, have more direct responsibility for improvements, have the freedom and responsibility to innovate, and end up with a much greater sense of their own contributi
3/18/2004

A Guide to ERP for Service Organizations
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is enabling service organizations to streamline service delivery, optimize operations, and improve customer satisfaction. In this podcast, TEC analyst Neil Stolovitsky sits down with Oracle’s Ted Kempf for his take on the unique implementation requirements of ERP systems for professional service organizations, as well as the role technology plays in running a successful service business.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: answers questions about RoamBI differentiators, the challenges of designing mobile BI, and the limitations of mobile BI. Read Interview with CEO of iPhone/iPad BI App Vendor MeLLmo 1 2 3 Audios Per Page: select 5 10 20 50
6/8/2007 11:22:00 AM

CRM in Not-for-profit Organizations
Traditionally, customer relationship management (CRM) solutions have been seen as tools for commercial enterprises, aiming to increase sales and ultimately profit. Although the functionality in CRM packages undoubtedly supports the commercial activities of business, it is worth exploring how the same features can be used to equally good effect in a not-for-profit (NFP) or charity environment. Find out more.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS:
2/4/2010 4:48:00 AM

Managed Subversion for .NET Organizations
What can a managed Subversion solution do to help .NET businesses solve their integration problems? Subversion meets the challenge of software development by allowing teams to use branching and tagging methods that help them work better with their QA organizations. It also saves .NET businesses a lot of money over setting up and maintaining a development infrastructure in house, which keeps the cost of ownership manageable.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS:
10/22/2007 8:32:00 PM

Human Capital Management: How Top Organizations Drive Company Profits Efficiently
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Human Capital Management: How Top Organizations Drive Company Profits Efficiently. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. This benchmarking study analyzes human resources (HR) performance for over 200 best-practice companies in three categories: process and transactional support, expertise-based business support, and strategic decision support. Two questions are at the core of the study: How can companies reduce HR costs and increase HR efficiency? And how can HR organizations create business value and optimize effectiveness? Find out what they said.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: in a number of different areas including HR staffing levels, costs, organizational model, IT deployment, and best practices. These include the following KPIs: Process-independent, such as HR costs per company employee, and HR full-time equivalents (FTEs) per 1,000 employees Process-specific, such as time to hire, cost to hire, and payroll error rate Degree of outsourcing and centralization Use of shared services Information technology used by HR employees Degree of IT automation and integration The study
2/5/2008 11:37:00 AM

Professional Services Organizations Automate their Processes
Major vendors are entering the professional services software market and small niche vendors are repositioning themselves to compete. This changing market is conveying mixed messages; however, users can navigate this space by separating market messages from vendors' functional capabilities.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: providing seamless integration among different software packages. The murky waters of integration among different applications can range anywhere from basic flat file import/export functionality to real time live updating of data between two systems. Moreover, the detail of data transferred between applications can vary widely from vendor to vendor. Single-vendor solutions cover all components of the service cycle; however, they can typically show signs of weaknesses in terms of their functionality. Simil
9/4/2006

Protecting Sensitive Information in Life Sciences Organizations: Top Three Misconceptions that Put Companies at Risk
Critical business processes in biotech and pharmaceutical companies involve highly confidential documents that need to be safely accessed by external partners and potential licensees. Poor security measures, based on a traditional view of data security, have led to high-profile security breaches. Discover new ways for life sciences companies to conduct important business securely without being impeded by IT complexity.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: Life Sciences, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, document sharing, collaboration, network security.
1/22/2010 4:29:00 PM

Organizations Struggle with Their Software Selection Shortlists. Here s why.
In my latest blog post, find out what organizations like yours are saying about their shortlists.

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6/18/2009

The Why of Data Collection
Data collection systems work; however, they require a investment in technology. Before the investment can be justified, we need to understand why a data collection system may be preferable to people with clipboards.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: number, miscount, record a different number than they intended, or have handwriting that others cannot understand. Other people will take those numbers and misread them, or key them into a later system incorrectly. Software editors can catch some of these errors, such as item or location number errors, but not all. For example, errors in quantities may be missed. Errors are not intentional—they are a product of human nature. Errors cost money. The costs of errors are real. If detected soon enough, it
11/3/2005

Anatomy of a Technology Selection
Dell Computer Corporation spent millions preparing to deploy an ERP system before realizing that the solution to one set of issues created a more severe problem. Note based on discussion among Michael Dell, Kevin Rollins, and Morten Topfer of Dell Computer Corporation and Dell’s Platinum Counsel of customers.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS: Technology Selection, business process, process automation tools , process performance improvement , software selection processes, zero latency, Dell Computer, Dell's manufacturing , Dell's distribution process, Dell's information systems .
5/31/2002

What All Sales Organizations Need to Know: An Up-close-and-personal Discussion with Blackboard and Salesforce.com
TEC Research Analysts interview Salesforce.com and Blackboard executives on their partnership and new product offering cloud-based sales training. Salesforce.com and Blackboard have joined forces to offer cloud-based sales training for their customers. And according to TEC Research Analysts, if you’re looking for a comprehensive training tool for your sales force and an intelligence-based performance measurement tool for your sales leaders, Blackboard Learn for Sales may be the product you’re looking for. Find out more in this exclusive interview with Salesforce and Blackboard execs.

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9/20/2011 12:34:00 PM


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