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Successful Manufacturing in a Competitive Market
Order-driven manufacturers@those who engineer-to-order (ETO), assemble-to-order (ATO), and make-to-order (MTO)@face numerous challenges. To stay competitive

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ERP: When Transparency Becomes Tunnel Vision


The face of manufacturing is constantly changing. As enterprise resource planning (ERP) software evolves and more organizations continue to use ERP solutions, they must find a way to avoid ERP’s “tunnel vision” syndrome as manufacturing continues to grow globally.

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The Art, Science, and Software behind (Optimal) Retail Pricing: Part 1


The “Four Ps” of marketing strategy, also known as the "marketing mix," are basically applicable to all businesses. TEC’s two-part blog post series in 2008 talked about the importance of pricing management in a down economy. Price and promotion in particular are the lubricants in retailing, although the two remaining Ps--product and place, are indisputably important there as well. In his guest

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Real-time Business: Playing to Win in the New Global Marketplace


To be successful in the data-driven economy, companies must leverage intelligence instantly and take immediate action. At the same time, they must ensure their decisions are based on proper data and analysis. So how are today's executives responding? To explore these issues, Oxford Economics surveyed 525 executives in March 2011. Download this report for full analysis of the results.

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The Future of the SAP Economy—A Book Review of SAP Nation


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Managing IT in a Downturn: Beyond Cost-cutting


During a downturn economy, the IT department is often among the first to be hit with senior executives’ cost-cutting initiatives. Yet in some instances, IT investments deliver more value to a company’s top and bottom lines—by creating new efficiencies and increasing revenues—than any savings gained from traditional IT cost-cutting. Discover the other reasons why your IT spending can actually save money in the long run.

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Effective GRC Management: Strategies for Mitigating Risks and Sustaining Growth in the Tough Economy


A core responsibility among company leaders is to understand the potential return on any investment. So how do executives justify budgeting and spending on governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) management when the return on investment (ROI) is not clear? This paper presents survey results showing that executives are viewing effective GRC management as opportunities for corporate growth.

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How Midsize Businesses Are Using ERP to Gain Competitive Advantage in a Tough Economy


When times get tough, some decision makers reduce costs, and cut corners. In some situations, that doesn’t work. An economic downturn may actually be the perfect time to invest in a significant IT expansion—especially in areas where a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can improve efficiency, reduce costs, and improve competitiveness. Just make sure you choose the right ERP vendor and consultant. Learn more.

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Both the “old” Deltek (pre-2005) and “new” Deltek (from 2005 on) have not been strangers to acquisitions, but these were largely well thought-out and appetizing (“nip in”) purchases of smaller companies that had either an attractive piece of technology or install base (or both). However, in early June 2010, immediately after its Insight 2010 user conference, Deltek

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Are You Ready for the Project Economy?


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Digital Britain - Opportunities and Risks for UK Businesses


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