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Let Your Hard Drives Tell You Where they Are!
Dogs, books, dolphins, and khakis are all being tracked. What about those hard drives at Los Alamos?

dogs microchips  shelter has been scanning dogs for microchips for a couple years now. As of June 19th, over 30,000 pets have been reunited with their owners through microchipping. So what about those hard drives at Los Alamos? Is it possible that we are taking better care of our pets, khakis, wildlife, and Harry Potter books than we are of our nuclear secrets and hard drives? In preparation for our next Oops, we lost some hard drives, attaching smart labels to our critical assets just might be a good thing to do.   Read More...

The Art, Science, and Software behind (Optimal) Retail Pricing - Part 2
<!--StartFragment-->Part 1 of this blog post series expanded on some of TEC’s earlier articles about companies’ need for better pricing management and optimization practices. This series, which focuses on the complexity of pricing and promotions in retailing, was inspired by JDA Software’s recent “edu-nouncement” on leading retailers' consumer-centric pricing and promotion strategies and Revionics

dogs microchips  the price on hot dogs and it ends up generating better than usual sales on buns, ketchup, mustard, and relish, all at their normal prices. In other words, complementary relationships must be considered when pricing an item. Again, the demand for hot dog buns may be impacted as much by the demand for hot dogs as it is by the price of the hot dog buns themselves. Thus, pricing hot dogs correctly is critical to both hot dog and hot dog bun sales. To effectively set promotional prices, retailers need to have Read More...
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Thinking Radically about Unstructured Data: Interview with Ron Carrière, CEO of Cirilab
Being able to manage unstructured text is no longer a “nice to have,” as companies and individual users alike have to deal with increasing amounts of unstructured text, work with it, and gain knowledge by interpreting it. Cirilab is a company that provides software products to search, retrieve, and categorize information from unstructured text sources. Read this interesting interview with Ron

dogs microchips  head. Do you prefer dogs or cats? We had a barn full of both on a farm I used to have. I do love my grandkids!!! Share This   Read More     --> Trackback Address     Tags: bi , Business Intelligence , cirilab , knowledge , search , unstructured content , unstructured text * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 5 + 6 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Read More...
Epicor Eagle’s Soaring Retail Excitement
It appears that Epicor Software Corp. now has two retail product lines, starting with the better known Epicor Retail product suite for soft-goods retailers (the former CRS and NSB offerings), which competes with SAP, Oracle, JDA Software, and other leading retail software providers. The other is Epicor Eagle, a product suite for hard-goods specialty retailers (a former Activant offering). Current

dogs microchips  brands of products for dogs, cats, birds, and other small animals, not to mention the company also offers on-site pet adoptions and special order services. Cutter’s Mill Pet Store prides itself in its customer-oriented shopping environment and innovative business processes, and Epicor Eagle is expected to provide dynamic reporting features and easy access to information for the employees. Limited training and help tools, fixed reporting, and restricted marketing programming were a few concerns that Read More...
Experiencing a Different Corporate Culture at QAD Explore 2008
No, my intent here is not necessarily to provide a typical analyst alert after attending a vendor's annual user conference, in this case the QAD Explore 2008 in Orlando, Florida (US) last month. This is not to imply that there was nothing there to write home about either. Quite the contrary, the multiple-day event was, well, eventful for market observers and hundreds of QAD's global customers

dogs microchips  Administration) that are sly dogs about virtually anything, to put it mildly. They would never candidly tell customers and analysts what they do not like about their own products. To be fair, some vendors might have been burned by some analysts running after the briefing and telling competitors even the confidential details from the briefing. Still, for some other refreshing “open door approach” vendor examples, see my very first blog post . Thus, at the end of the day, a question for our readers, Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Much More Than Meets the Eye - Part 2
<!--StartFragment-->Part 1 of this blog series discussed the current upbeat state of affairs of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, as one of the three best-performing products within the entire Microsoft Corporation of late. In a nutshell, during 2009 the product grew significantly and surpassed its one millionth user. Microsoft’s customer relationship management (CRM) offering has become attractive to

dogs microchips  coverage for cats and dogs . Objects in the xRM application represent not just policy-holders (i.e., owners as traditional customers) but also quotes, policies, and the pets themselves. The final part of this series will conclude by analyzing the product’s competitive landscape. In the meantime, your views and comments are welcome as usual. If you are existing users of Microsoft Dynamics CRM (including its xRM derivatives), what have been your experiences with the product and what is your take on its Read More...
'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: SAP AG
SAP AG has seemingly crossed a strategy chasm, from a strict, stodgy, Not-Invented-Here (NIH) approach to software development and delivery, to a seemingly quite open approach of broad development alliances, company acquisitions, Internet portals development, and a deep, new relationship with IBM for both technology sharing as well as bolstering IBM Consulting’s support for SAP’s new multiple mySAP.com™ initiatives. 'Collaborative' and 'SAP' were not two words you might have ever seen in the same article. You’re seeing it now.

dogs microchips  to proverbially bite the dogs that have been feeding it. But question, question, question. And then ask for proof. Have others done what you need to do to migrate? Can you talk to them to find out how it went? Due diligence is the duty of the day. New, large-company customers SAP has a great vision. We give them an A- for vision and scope. But we score them a B- for execution and delivery. If you ve got the intestinal fortitude - plus a stockpile of money and a cadre of well-qualified IT people, this Read More...
The People Factor: Accelerating Supply Chain Transformation Through Education
This article summarizes the findings from a study of why customers failed to attain the full value potential of their SCM projects. Most SCM projects continue to focus much of their energy on technology implementations and simply pay lip service to end-user training and executive alignment. Learn the pitfalls causing SCM project failures and how to avoid them.

dogs microchips  better to let sleeping dogs lie . Design multiple learning paths to accommodate different training needs . When asked for feedback on content, executives appreciated the value of the broader principles and concepts, users appreciated learning about how other functional silos worked. Figure out what is best for your supply chain based on the existing knowledge gaps. Consider the use of an E-Learning platform to reach a globally-distributed, diverse population with different training needs. It can help, Read More...
IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to "Yes"
Many technology sales cycles get bogged down in the IT department. But while it is unlikely that a sale will get anywhere without IT management buy-in, IT approval is no guarantee of success. Getting a “yes” requires accessing and influencing other decision-makers, especially in the finance department. And along the way, there are plenty of others who can say “no.”

dogs microchips  from these the top dogs the sale will not happen. But, however important this is, the other parties listed in should not be overlooked (Figure 19), project managers, business managers, IT professionals and not least, end users, all of whom expect to benefit from the IT investment to be made, may not be important in the final approval, but they do influence it. They may not be able to say “yes”, but they can certainly say “no”. Appendix 1 – Interview samples used in research The research behind Read More...

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