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SAP Bolsters NetWeaver's MDM Capabilities Part Two: xCat and SAP MDM
SAP purports that SAP MDM also lays the foundation for efficient and accurate exchange of cross-business information. Consumer products companies, for instance,

example analytical text  a SQL-based DBMS. An example is having thirty thousand bearings with very intricate relationships of which bearings can be sold with which other bearings. This requires a system to manage and automate those relationships. Thus, xCat uses SQL-based database—either Microsoft SQL Server , IBM DB2 or Oracle —only as a container to store the product information, but then xCat completely bypasses SQL for almost all access to the data—searching, sorting, querying, limiting, masking—and thus avoids the Read More...
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These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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IT Trends Lead SAP to More Precise Customer Experience Offering
Many enterprise software events that I have recently attended have discussed the intersection of the following forces and IT trends: cloud computing, the

example analytical text  This is a concrete example of how merging the aforementioned cloud, mobility, and big data trends can work in practice. A plain English explanation of what technology can do for particular groups of customers is always much more powerful than rattling off mere whizbang buzzwords such as “in-memory database” or “multi-tenant cloud.” To that end, the SAP Precision Retailing solution delivers personalized offers and suggestions in real time to consumers across multiple channels, including mobile Read More...
SAP HANA-One Technology to Watch in 2012 (and Beyond)
Did you know that SAP HANA is much more than a high-speed analytic appliance? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reveals how HANA is a universal database

example analytical text  along business categories. For example, a cube can produce an individual factual statement that sales organization “X“ shipped material “Y” to ship-to party “Z” at value “400 EUR.” More often than not, the statements (reports) are along the lines of some summarized (grouped by, aggregated, averaged, etc.) categories (e.g., sales of dairy products in the Northeast region for the last quarter). Classical data warehouses copy data into OLAP cubes in a three-step process called extract, Read More...
Business Intelligence
The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make

example analytical text  their customers. In this example by clicking on any of the customers you can drill down to the detailed transactions that make up their outstanding balance. Business Scorecard Manager Business Scorecard Manager 2005 is a comprehensive web-based scorecard and dashboard application that provides deep contextual insight into business drivers. Business Scorecard Manager helps put information in context and link corporate strategy to line-of-business (LOB) actions, reporting on organizational performance in Read More...
Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 3: Performing the Data Analysis
By using software tools that help you forecast and work together with others inside your organization, and even with your customers, the forecasts may become

example analytical text  precise one. As an example, forecasting may be coming from sales. You can probably measure the accuracy pretty well by saving the forecast and then by comparing it with orders or shipments. What is harder to determine is how much better your purchasing, manufacturing and distribution would have been if forecasts were 50% more accurate, or what the bottom line benefits would have been. But by making some observations like how often a job had to be interrupted to start another one based on a canceled order Read More...
CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond

example analytical text  and consolidations (for one example, see the Kana reference in the Tech Note sited above) lapped the corporate shores. As the technology development and consolidation continues unphased, if not stoked, by the economic downturn today, analysts, busy re-defining CRM as a software space and an ecosystem, - very fuzzy - have given rise to the notion of sub areas of CRM; namely, Operational CRM, Analytical CRM and Collaborative CRM. We've got wireless customer service, customer self-service, marketing Read More...
Logobiz Software
LOGOBIZ products and services focus on operational and financial data conversion. The vendor's products use online analytical processing (OLAP) and online

example analytical text  Software LOGOBIZ products and services focus on operational and financial data conversion. The vendor's products use online analytical processing (OLAP) and online transactional processing (OLTP). Headquartered in Esentepe, Istanbul (Turkey), LOGOBIZ operates throughout Turkey, and also offers products and services internationally. Read More...
Building the Business Case for Operational Marketing
Over the past few years, many marketing departments have been involved in selecting and deploying analytical solutions, building marketing databases, and

example analytical text  the Business Case for Operational Marketing Over the past few years, many marketing departments have been involved in selecting and deploying analytical solutions, building marketing databases, and implementing campaign management. These solutions have helped in some ways, but they do not help manage the marketing process or manage marketing assets and resources. Find out about how operational marketing applications can help you achieve more substantial benefits. Read More...
To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question
Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP

example analytical text  by your organization. An example high-level view of an ERP system broken down into its composite application modules is shown below. In this example, an ERP system that would support the needs of the organization includes the functional modules of financials, human capital management, customer relationship management, transportation management, manufacturing management, and inventory management. ERP Component Examples Let’s look at a couple of examples where a best-of-breed, component approach to an ERP Read More...
Business Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB)
The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what

example analytical text  Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB) The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what really matters for these companies. Not surprisingly, there has been a marked uptake in use of business intelligence (BI) solutions in the SMB market over the past year. Follow the road map for SMBs looking to achieve best-in-class performance through BI deployment. Read More...
How to Alienate Your Reader: Jargon, Buzzwords, Lingo, and Gobbledygook
This Is For All Us Writers Out There: Oh, and All Us Readers Too!Do you ever feel like you need a jargon buster just to understand what some companies are

example analytical text  ones. The most glaring example of this is the ‘Stack-up/Lay-up and BOM Generator.’ While all ERP systems have some mechanism to generate the stack-up and BOM, they have proven to be cumbersome and lack flexibility and adequate automation, particularly with today’s layer counts and sequential lamination requirements. And, what does this REALLY mean? This example is talking about the lack of integration in customized printed circuit board (PCB) solutions. When you boil it down, that’s really what Read More...
Evaluating Financial Management Software: Is It Time for a Change?
Before you decide if you need to update your financial management software, you should ask some questions about five key areas of your operations. For example

example analytical text  of your operations. For example, does your current system generate the types of reports you need? And does it allow your processes to support your policies? Evaluate all the challenges you face with your current financial management software—and find out how you can overcome them with an upgrade. Read More...
The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

example analytical text  Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse Jorge Garcia - December 23, 2009 Understanding Real-time Systems Today, real time computing is everywhere, from customer information control systems (CICSs) to real-time data warehouse systems. Real-time systems have the ability to respond to user actions in a very short period of time. This computing behavior gives real-time systems special features such as instant interaction: users request information from the system Read More...
Can We Intelligently Use Part Numbers to Configure and Order the Right Products?
In the industrial automation industry, an overlooked, fatal flaw of sales configurator solutions is their inability to simultaneously configure part numbers and

example analytical text  Why? Here is an example of how coding might work in a hypothetical situation: the letter B could denote 480 volts, H could denote 208 volts, and DA could denote120/220 volts. Likewise, the number 5 could stand for 5 horsepower, the number 10 for 10 horsepower, and so on. Similarly, 10A might denote 10 amperes, and 20A , 20 amperes. For colors, blue (the default, let's say) might not require a code, but R could signify red, and G could signify green . Thus, if somebody wanted a blue 480-volt, Read More...
Enterprise Feedback Management
Verint Enterprise Feedback Management™ (EFM) offers enterprises online, mobile and SMS survey capabilities, offline mobile applications for iOS enabled

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