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Engineering Change Management 2.0: Better Business Decisions from Intelligent Change Management
Traditionally, change management in product development and engineering has been viewed as a way to control cost and improve efficiencies. But companies are

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Cameleon (Software) Might Change Its Colors but Not Its (Q2O/CPQ) Purpose - Part 1


In this fast-moving world, use of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Cloud Computing has grown rapidly owing to its straightforward subscription-based pricing model and relatively quick deployment. Nowhere has that been more evident than in the niche quote-to-order (Q2O) or configure, price @ quote (CPQ) market segment. Indeed, BigMachines, FPX (formerly Firepond), Webcom

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Administering Responsible Inheritance Engineering


For many projects, the transition from initiative to production is chaotic and lacks a pragmatic framework for ongoing support. Inheritance Engineering offers a means for carrying out change in a reliable fashion and retaining as much value as possible throughout the life of the software. Unfortunately, this does not occur for a variety of reasons. Find out what those reasons are, and how to address software maintenance.

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How Does Your ERP System Architecture Address Change?


In today’s competitive market, businesses are living in a constant state of change—especially in the services sector, which has to contend with a more fluid “people resource” factor. Yet most installed ERP solutions are falling short. Why are nearly half of all businesses essentially blowing their annual ERP budgets to support change? And what are software vendors doing about it? Find out now, in TEC’s 2008 Market Comparison Report.

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The Name and Ownership Change Roulette Wheel for Marcam Stops at SSA Global Part Two: Marketing By Invensys


IPS was hoping that the early product vision and venerable reputation that Marcam has in the process manufacturing market for providing plant-centric ERP solutions might finally play well to capturing the marketing opportunity.

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Cost Reduction of a Product through Value Analysis and Value Engineering


Value analysis and value engineering (VAVE) is a systematic process for analyzing the functions of a project, product, process, system, design, or service in order to achieve essential functions at the lowest life cycle cost. VAVE methods are very important and useful in driving down product costs, which helps companies retain market share and sustain their profitability. Learn how.

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IBM to Make Cuts in PC Business Real Change, or Just Buying Time?


International Business Machines Corp. plans to cut as much as 10% of the workforce at its personal computer division, or as many as 1,000 jobs, in a cost-cutting effort to turn around the division that lost nearly $1 billion last year.

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Mitigating the Risks of IT Change


Application discovery and dependency mapping (ADDM) solutions automate the discovery and mapping of transactions and applications to the underlying infrastructure. The service models created by ADDM solutions then become invaluable tools for supporting many aspects of data center management. Download the white paper to learn about Riverbed Cascade, an application-aware network performance management solution with built-in ADDM capabilities.

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The Name and Ownership Change Roulette Wheel for Marcam Stops at SSA Global Part Three: Last-Ditch Effort by Invensys


Under Invensys, Marcam has seen things change frequently including reorganizations, management changes, strategy changes, and the loss of many employees with deep domain knowledge.

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Ready for Change: Microsoft Dynamics Solutions in Chemical Manufacturing


The chemical industry is facing change from many directions—shifts in the economy, emerging markets, globalization of the supply chain, increasing regulations, and raw material price volatility. In response, chemical manufacturers need business solutions that adapt efficiently to new products and markets, vigorously protect intellectual property, meet increased obligations of environmental protection and continually adjust to new regulatory requirements.

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