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Resilient Enterprise Solutions Vendor Displays Sociability and Pragmatic Product Development
During its stabilization phase IFS product development has brought about pragmatic developments, including its latest release, IFS Applications 7. The vendor

eam development in china  make IFS a leading EAM player in the future. Where is IFS Now? Nowadays, IFS has around 2,200 customers and over 750,000 users, of which over 100,000 were added in the last 24 months. Existing customers appear confident in IFS, as 56 percent are on the last two product releases— IFS Applications 2003 and IFS Applications 2004 (with 26 and 30 percent respectively). Having seemingly turned the corner on its woes of the early 2000s, IFS has most recently embarked on a phase of sustainable growth, and to th

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A Leader in Service Management Tackles Multidimensional Growth


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eam development in china  be considering entering the EAM fray in the long term. However, Servigistics is currently a system of record for any asset’s service record, from its installment until decommissioning. What manufacturing execution systems (MESs) are for the ERP systems of product-based companies, SLM is for those of service-based organizations. Face to Face with Servigistics’ Chief Visionary What follows is an in-depth, enlightening, and candid conversation that I had with Mark Vigoroso after his keynote Read More

EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Four: IFS and Intentia Responses


The primary benefit of enterprise asset management (EAM) is the reliability-centered maintenance. Let’s face it: any process that can help you improve what you are doing now and enables you to do it better in the future is the best thing since "sliced bread". Providing data to feed back into a process can only increase operational revenues and decrease maintenance expenses. Nonetheless, beware of EAM vendors explaining the ease with which these interfaces can be constructed and modified in the future based on new software releases.

eam development in china  the full ERP and EAM suite to obtain the best discount pricing but set user expectations of for the long haul. The best strategy would be to properly and realistically calculate the expected and tangible benefits of each module, bearing in mind that an individual module capability can be oversold. Then, let this analysis influence your implementation planning. If you are satisfied with your current manufacturing software and want to realize the benefits of EAM, development of an integration plan and Read More

Ventyx-Utilities’ One-Stop-Shop Provider?


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eam development in china  Ventyx is offering its EAM and other solutions (e.g., ETRM, planning and analytics, etc.) to renewable energy providers. Ventyx Consultants and Clients have used the EPM products to finance several thousand MWs of wind plants; Ventyx also supports Demand Response and Conservation Voltage Reduction to help energy companies and their customers manage demand. Supporting the growing renewable energy industry will be a key strategic initiative for Ventyx going forward. Whether the Obama administration’s Read More

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Leadership When It Really Matters: A Closer Look at Investing in PLM Technology to Profit in a Down Economy


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Seeing through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud


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Trends in LMS


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eam development in china  to 1994, leading a team of 30 people who provided audio-visual services, teaching improvement programs, and instructional media design services. From 1995 to 1997, Don served as a director and consultant to the Delta Centre for Learning Technologies. His role was to evaluate current learning technologies. In 1997 he joined BC TEL (which subsequently became TELUS) as Manager of the Design Team for Learning Services. A primary mandate was implementation of online training. Don is currently a member of the Read More

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eam development in china  service through SaaS. A streaming server provides continuous data integration of transactional information with historical data. A business rules execution engine makes it possible to set up alerts based on operational activities. An analytic server includes engines for querying and analysis; aggregate data is stored in the server, eliminating the need for the data warehouse to be kept up-to-date. Informatica 's PowerCenter 8.5 specifically targets the need for real-time data. PowerCenter Real Time Read More

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eam development in china  applications would have to seamlessly touch critical points within the systems of all of a company's trading partners and produce immediate benefits. Would that this was so, but we fear that the claim is incredible even in the era of XML and wireless communication. Brash announcements by ERP vendors aimed at cutting a way into the supply chain management market are common, of course, and PeopleSoft's claims are no less extravagant than others are. The announcement may serve to attract attention in the Read More

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eam development in china  aren't bursting at the seams, and the business has spare capacity ' so resources are available to reinvent and retool the organization. Key technology themes addressed as part of the long-term transformation include: Provide a common customer data framework. Define a consistent customer hierarchy that connects the customer definition across numerous organizational silos. Seamlessly integrate customer information to give customer-facing personnel access to enterprise-wide views of your customer Read More

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