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E-mail inquiries for the customer service sector are expected to explode from 2.9 billion messages in 2005, to 7.2 billion by 2010. This means that a company’s

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Nuxeo Content Management Platform, a Backgrounder


Nuxeo sees its content management product as the base for organizations to create their own content-centric business applications. The company offers some interesting tools to aid in this process, which I’ll get to in a moment. Nuxeo also offers its own distinct modules for document management, case management, digital asset management, and with the recent version 5.5, for social collaboration.
example correspondence  in its future. One example is its new Android package. This enables users to perform updates to content in the system whether they’re currently online or not. An iOS version of this application will follow shortly this year. The company also benefits from the contributions of its open-source community, which like a well-managed open-source project, Nuxeo vets and QAs. I was reassured to hear that Nuxeo receives some significant contributions from its clients. In fact, Nuxeo also has a repository of Read More

Managing the Overflow of E-mails


Only effective e-mail management, together with records management and policies for employees on how to manage their e-mails, will help organizations deal with compliance regulations and potential litigation.

example correspondence  with an RM solution. Examples include EMC/Documentum 's acquisition of Legato, a provider of e-mail archiving products, and IBM 's integration with iLumen , a provider of enterprise message management tools. Knowing What to Store Storing e-mails or any other kind of data is not problematic for organizations. The cost of extra storage space has decreased significantly over the last decade. The problem is knowing which e-mail content to store and preserve, and which to destroy. Organizations need to set Read More

INFIMACS Becoming Ever More RELEVANT For Project-Based Industries. Part 2: Market Impact and User Recommendations


The current market trend industry-wide is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for medium-sized companies. Relevant seems to have a fair shot at delivering that to project-based discrete manufacturers such as aerospace contractors, contract manufacturers of electronic components, window, door & frame manufacturers, and MRO organizations with revenues up to $300 million.

example correspondence  a colossal modification. Another example would be that INFIMACS II ERP can advise users if any given part revision can be mixed in inventory with other revisions or shipped for a particular order. Each Revision Level indicates, on a scale from 1-99, a specific item's fitness for inventory mixing or shipment. During an issue or shipment, the ERP reviews whether or not the fitness number associated with the location allows specific items to be placed into inventory or shipped. As products are revised over Read More

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 3


This continues the coverage of the fundamental issues targeted by supplier logistics management. Fully utilizing the compliance benefits that SLM offers allows companies to redirect employees from tactical operations to those more strategic.

example correspondence  from multiple customers. (For example, one large retailer sends its' suppliers routing guide updates as frequently as every two weeks.) In addition, long hours are spent on the phone waiting to schedule appointments. SLM brings efficiencies to both suppliers and their customers by reducing overhead for both entities. By leveraging a customized on-line, inbound routing guide, paper correspondence is rendered obsolete and inbound carrier selection and shipment tendering is completely automated. Through Read More

Delivering Operational Excellence with Innovation: Enterprise Services Architecture for Enterprise Resource Planning


Changing business practices, especially those that consolidate business and IT functions, requires careful research and decision making. For companies needing to move beyond traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, enterprise service applications (ESA) can help reduce the complexity of having disparate IT systems. Find out about the benefits of ESA and how it can help you achieve operational excellence.

example correspondence  landscape further. Consider the example of an enterprise that has grown through acquisitions and now consists of a few independently operated HCM, financial, procurement, and IT groups, each with its own system to support local needs. Any policy changes required at the global level ' such as IT security policies, privacy laws, or contractual pricing ' must be enforced separately at the local level. The question? How can organizations in such a situation act effectively to comply with global and local Read More

Understanding the True Cost of Sourcing


In today's twenty-first century, global outsourced business world, the traditional and somewhat simplistic approaches used to measure cost for sourcing decisions of direct materials fall short.

example correspondence  total cost. Consider the example of a typical SMI (supplier managed inventory) program. Most of these contracts specify a minimum and maximum setting, assuming a stable forecast and coverage for the FGI (finished goods inventory) and the unique materials that go into the product. As long as the forecast is stable, the expectation is that service levels and inventory turns will be high. However, because the stable forecast assumption is not tested against actual historical fluctuations or forward-looking Read More

Stability and Functionality for Process and Discrete Manufacturers


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example correspondence  discrete industry is an example of Infor's strategy to combine best of breed components into a super-breed suite. The same might hold in the future for leveraging and combining the SCT Process (now known as Agilisys) and acquisitions from IncoDev for disparate markets in process manufacturing within the Infor Process division. Valuation expansion . Acquisitions should also improve Infor's corporate valuation profile in terms of additional scale (such as improved economies of scale), profitable growth Read More

Transportation Management Systems: The Glue of the Supply Chain


With manufacturing now a global industry, moving product throughout complex supply chains remains a challenge for most organizations. But transportation management systems are spearheading the way to help solve the dilemmas of today’s manufacturers, offering functionality that eases the transfer of goods from place to place.

example correspondence  Can Help Manufacturers: An Example Let’s look at a concrete example to see how a TMS can help organizations optimize their entire value chain. Because the manufacturing environment is now global, this example will involve China, Canada, and Spain as parts of a manufacturer’s complete value chain. Consider the following scenario: A manufacturer of cellular telephones has one DC in China, another DC in Vancouver, two manufacturing plants in China, one retail location in Vancouver, and another retail Read More

What You Should Know Before Selecting a WMS


Before an important game, you create a game plan. Before you start building a house, you have a blueprint. And before you start looking at a warehouse management system (WMS), you must define how you want your warehouse to be organized and function. This article looks at basic warehouse strategies that need to be understood to ensure that the WMS software effectively and efficiently supports the activities of the warehouse, now and in the future. This is not to say that you will not consider the best practices of the new

example correspondence  override mode. A simple example can help illustrate how effective suggested putaway can be. Let's say your company was food products manufacturer where formulas can use ingredients A and B separately but a large number of formulas use ingredients together in a premix operation. To accommodate both possibilities, you would want the WMS to suggest locations where these ingredients can be co-located; not together but as close as possible to reduce warehouse travel time. To satisfy this and other putaway Read More

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Desktop Management's Dirty Little Secret


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example correspondence  with 10,000 desktops, for example, upgrading just a quarter of its desktops, laptops and Microsoft servers (2,500 PCs) with a new OS and installing or re-installing 50 applications might spend $100 per PC, or a total of $250,000 for the migration. This cost includes planning, writing and debugging scripts (the specific commands that tell the deployment software what to do), and correcting installation problems. These time and labor costs often aren't revealed in the ROI figures ESD vendors show Read More

Thomas Kurian Unveils Expanded Oracle Cloud Services Portfolio


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