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The Empires Strike Back - Part II: The Likes Of IBM, EDS, And CSC In E-Business
In the past year the traditional consulting houses have executed major initiatives to counter the challenges of the pure play and fringe market invaders. Being

e business glossary  for CIO's and their equivalents at the small business end Strategic change management courses at IBM's Advanced Business Institute are now geared to incorporating e-business for executive and senior level management In January, IBM under its IBM Global Financing flag bolstered its partnering program of Help Net Generation Companies to the tune of $500M. In this scheme, IBM partners with selected VC firms to provide the technology infrastructure. One might note that IBM Global Financing has some $40 Read More...
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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

e business glossary  surveys, interviews, etc. with employees, colleagues, and managers to assess the on-the-job performance? Have you planned for course revisions based on feedback and performance measures? Have you incorporated goals for business measures, such as increased sales, reduced error rates, etc.? For almost fifty years, the bible for the evaluation of training programs has been Donald Kirkpatrick's four levels (Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick 1998, see also Read More...
Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part One: Accounts Payable Through Internet
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

e business glossary  2) application linking: the enterprise shares business processes and data between two or more applications; 3) data warehousing: data is extracted from a variety of data sources and channeled into a specific database for analysis; and 4) common virtual system: the pinnacle of EAI; all aspects of enterprise computing are tied together so that they appear as a unified application. enterprise asset management (EAM) : A term used by maintenance management software vendors to connote the wide-ranging Read More...
Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part Two: Just-in-Time to Extensible Markup Language
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

e business glossary  a variety of processes, each linked together: business planning, production planning (sales and operations planning), master production scheduling, material requirements planning, capacity requirements planning, and the execution support systems for capacity and material. Output from these systems is integrated with financial reports such as the business plan, purchase commitment report, shipping budget, and inventory projections in dollars. Manufacturing resource planning is a direct outgrowth and Read More...
E-learning Best Practices
E-learning solutions can be effective ways of meeting training and knowledge management challenges. Online training delivers multiple benefits, including

e business glossary  influx of technology in every area of business has increased overall productivity and results. Budgets and cash flows are scrutinized with the latest applications and analysis techniques. There may not be any extra dollars available for programs that do not contribute to the bottom line. Your organization’s current business issues are in some way connected to your company’s financial existence. Your boss, the CEO or the CFO may be more inclined to be supportive of your e-Learning initiative if it Read More...
Designing Compelling Business Intelligence Business Cases
IT investment continues to grow, as do the solutions that are funded by it. So far, this growth has contributed more to complexity than simplification

e business glossary  on their number-one priority: enabling business intelligence (BI). The use cases presented in this whitepaper highlight ways that your company can benefit from standardization. Read More...
Business Intelligence that Works: Getting True Value out of Your Business Intelligence Investment
With business intelligence (BI), decision-makers can feel the organization’s pulse, evaluate the performance of key business functions, and take action based on

e business glossary  feel the organization’s pulse, evaluate the performance of key business functions, and take action based on their analysis. However, many organizations invest time, money, and resources in BI processes, only to waste their newfound capabilities. Why? And, more importantly, how do you ensure that your BI solution won’t be one of them? Read More...
Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies
Like many of today’s IT decision makers, you may be considering a business intelligence (BI) solution for your midsize company. But how do you go about adding

e business glossary  Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies IBM offers an integrated, easy-to-use set of Business Intelligence solutions than can help your midsize business save time, grow systems without breaking your budget and provide a new level of insight so that you can make better decisions. Source: IBM Resources Related to Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies : Business Intelligence (BI) (Wikipedia) Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies Business Intelligence Read More...
Business Intelligence: the Definitive Guide for Midsize Organizations
Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze

e business glossary  Intelligence: the Definitive Guide for Midsize Organizations Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze complex information and support their decision-making processes—combining data from many sources into an integrated, up-to-date view. Find out what midsize companies need to know to select the right BI product, the right BI vendor, and the right approach to BI. Read More...
Business Process Management and Optimization
Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them

e business glossary  Process Management and Optimization Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them properly is key to your organization’s success. Find out how business process management and optimization (BPMaO) can help you understand, manage, and improve your business processes in order to deliver value-added products and services to your clients. Read More...
SaaS Realities: Business Benefits for Small and Midsize Business
Software as a service (SaaS) is known for its relative speed to deployment and low up-front cost. Less well known are the business advantages of SaaS for

e business glossary  Realities: Business Benefits for Small and Midsize Business Software as a service (SaaS) is known for its relative speed to deployment and low up-front cost. Less well known are the business advantages of SaaS for enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, especially for small and midsized businesses. Learn how a fully integrated SaaS solution can help you improve your business operations, as well as better meet the challenges of growth, competition, and regulatory compliance. Read More...
ROI Case Study: IBM Business Analytics - Cincinnati Zoo
This case study recaps a nonprofit organization’s business challenges and the benefits it realized upon adopting a business intelligence (BI) solution. The

e business glossary  Case Study: IBM Business Analytics - Cincinnati Zoo This case study recaps a nonprofit organization’s business challenges and the benefits it realized upon adopting a business intelligence (BI) solution. The organization needed to combine its data and improve its reporting capabilities for various data types. The BI solution significantly improved the decision-making capabilities of the organization’s executive team, mid-level managers, and employees. Read More...
Is My Business Too Small for Business Intelligence (BI)?
Does business intelligence (BI) make sense for really small businesses? While BI solutions can surface and analyze business data, providing a competitive

e business glossary  My Business Too Small for Business Intelligence (BI)? Does business intelligence (BI) make sense for really small businesses? While BI solutions can surface and analyze business data, providing a competitive advantage for enterprises, this inquiry puts the spotlight on smaller businesses. But how does a small business deal with the costs associated with this kind of system? Learn why (and how) BI can be a smart choice for even the smallest business. Read More...
Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

e business glossary  Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers Read More...

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