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The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

example diagram the order process  figure below shows an example of a hypothetical global company with specialized needs in the US, Canada, and Europe. The SmartBPM suite with the PegaRULES Process Commander (PRPC ) rules repository is the supporting BPM solution, whereby a baseline BPM application with enterprise-wide best practices has been built on top of the rules database.  There would be a number of individual RuleBase entries that define standard corporate processes, decisions, and data sources. The next layer might then contain Read More...
Quote-to-Order (Q2O) Systems
Quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions (sometimes known as configure, price, and quote or CPQ) enable manufacturers to mobilize their mass customization initiatives. These systems can reduce time-consuming...
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The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

example diagram the order process  resources. Baselining is an example of a task that one can regard as a building block of management functionality. That means baselining is a component of several key processes, such as performing a pre-assessment of the network prior to deploying an application or performing proactive alarming. The Team Leader stated that his organization does not baseline the company's entire global network. They have, however, widely deployed two tools that assist with baselining. One of these tools establishes trends Read More...
Supply Chain 101: The Basics You Need to Know
Today’s manufacturers face increasing global competition and complex manufacturing networks. Supply chain management provides manufacturers with the needed

example diagram the order process  average, or poor. For example, if a supplier is not complying with standards or is not respecting delivery times, or if the supplier’s goods are simply not available, the supplier will be given a poor rating. If the supplier receives too many poor ratings or if the problems continue to occur, the supplier can be justifiably replaced by a new one. DM software gives both manufacturers and distributors the ability to forecast and manage the demand for particular products sold within their respective Read More...
Managing the Weakest Link in Your Supply Chain
Recent uncertainty in the global economy is not only having a negative impact on international economies, but an equally deleterious effect on global supply

example diagram the order process  without advising anyone. One example of this was when lead paint was found on children’s toys destined for North American consumers and when melamine was found in both pet food and in toothpaste. Natural Disasters As many key commodities are sourced on a global basis, it’s not improbable that a key component in a process may be manufactured in a global region which is struck by a natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. This can have a destabilizing impact on a manufacturer’s ability to Read More...
Business Process Management Notations within Business Process Management
Business process management notation (BPMN) is an initiative to increase standardization within process modeling. What are the principles of BPMN, and what is

example diagram the order process  organization. There are numerous examples of gateway decisions: exclusive decisions (in logic, the exclusive or [XOR]), used to model data- or event-based decisions. Based on the condition of the activity, the flow continues towards one option or the other. exclusive merges (XOR), indicating that one of the inputs provided will become the output of the gateway inclusive or decisions, meaning that one or more outputs can result (at least one). There is always a default output indicated. inclusive or Read More...
Smart Card Process Agility Benefits Patients
The customer’s challenge was to design a new automated smart card registration process to improve the way new staff receives electronic access to records and to

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Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

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How Health Benefit Exchanges Will Change the Business Landscape in the Health Care Space
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), which aims to create state-based health benefit exchanges in the US, calls for a shake-up of the health

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Linked Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company
The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet

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Connect the Dots: Simplifying the Online Ad Business
Over the past few years, the online advertising space has become crowded and very complex, and more technologically driven middle-men have acquired increasingly

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Manage the Change or Change the Management during an ERP Software Selection: The Change
Change happens all the time—but why are changes in our personal lives similar to those in our professional lives?  There are some major events that occur and

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The Multimodal Warehouse: Getting the Mobile Worker in the Loop
The final loop of information from a warehouse management system (WMS) to a warehouse worker and back is most critical—but in most systems, it’s also the

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Gen Y Talent: How to Attract and Retain the Young and the Restless
Because “Generation Y” will soon make up the bulk of the workforce, companies need to evolve their human resources (HR) programs and services to deliver to Gen

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Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in Process Part 2 Process PLM Motivation
This part of the series on Product Life Cycle Management in Process explores the business motivations by review business strategies.

example diagram the order process  that enhance profitability. Some examples include: Least Cost Recipe and Packaging - Recipes and packaging can be developed with optimal costs or existing products can be re-designed to reduce costs. Since many industries show packaging cost to exceed the recipe cost, an integrated, total cost approach to recipe and packaging is required. Material Substitution and Consolidation - By providing the ability to eliminate redundant materials and suppliers companies can reduce product costs; increase quality Read More...

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