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What Are Your Competitors Telling You? A Case Study: SAP's New Advertising Campaign
SAP has a new marketing campaign. What does this mean for competitors, prospective buyers, and business-to-business marketing professionals? This case study

example disclaimers  campaign is a classic example of why it's important to pay close attention to your competitors' marketing campaigns all the time, not only when you're going through a positioning process. When a competitor's message to the market changes, you should immediately start investigating the reasons behind the change because you might gain valuable competitive intelligence. The following are general examples of what you might discover. New management wants to assert itself. A new strategy is evolving. The Read More

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The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses
This is an analysis of the equivalent moves of two superpowers to secure the lower-end of the market, also known as the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market

example disclaimers  its individual products, for example, ACT!, SalesLogix, or Peachtree, and especially ACCPAC. The company has long suffered from either the Best who? syndrome or the confusion with the former Abra, Carpe Diem, or FAS provider only. Additionally, the wealth of corporate names and a likely unwieldy slew of products within each of Sage's divisions and groups, presents sales and marketing confusion for the company, both internally and externally across the globe. Sage is far from being a uniformly global Read More
What Brings Customers Closer to Your Product Development?
Bringing all product stakeholders in a tighter loop within the entire product life cycle is one of the main strategies of the product lifecycle management (PLM)

example disclaimers  (click here for an example of a 3-D PDF from Adobe) and the 3-D spreadsheet (e.g. Lattice3D Reporter ) have added more convenience in 3-D visibility. Meanwhile, some 3-D computer-aided design (CAD) vendors now also provide lightweight 3-D applications (e.g., Dassault Systèmes 3DVIA Live ) for online collaboration purposes. In addition, there are free 3-D modeling applications available for the consumer market (e.g., 3DVIA Shape , also from Dassault Systèmes). Even better, 3-D can now go mobile. When I Read More
Managing Global Trade Flows
In global trade, the flow of information must support the tracking and management of the goods to enable the secure and compliant entry and exit to and from

example disclaimers  and landed costs. For example Order management requires the ability to track the business terms of the order correctly. As an order progresses, it is essential to reconcile all shipment activities against the order to ensure that the process is smooth from a transactional and security perspective. Trade compliance requires the ability to manage import and export compliance processes. The proper management of these processes includes screening trading partners against governmental prohibition lists, Read More
Going Vertical? Know the True Capabilities of Your Software
Vertical integration occurs when two companies in different parts of the supply chain merge to capture a larger share of the market. Such mergers often lead to

example disclaimers  costs. A more recent example is Microsoft’s foray into the tablet market , with the hopes of dampening Apple’s current stronghold. Software capabilities, among other things, need to be reassessed whenever any type of merger takes place.  Vertical mergers specifically pose a number of challenges owing to widely different business processes that span the vertically integrated firms. Some of these processes will naturally overlap between the two firms, but others will be completely new. Once the Read More
Successful Cross-channel Retailing: 4 Concepts to Master
Savvy retailers know that it’s not enough to simply develop different retail channels. You need to make sure they all work together to deliver a seamless and

example disclaimers  your objectives. A good example of channel roadmapping is Amazon, a giant of e-tailing and master of long tail retailing. The organization is rumored to be planning to open a physical location (just one for the time being, as a test). The rationale for this decision primarily concerns its proprietary Kindle-brand e-book readers and tablet devices. Amazon entered the market of low-cost tablets in support of its app store and distribution of e-content. The Kindle Fire is a highly interactive device and, 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

example disclaimers  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
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Six: Looking to the Future
Unless all the functional modules have access to and use the same data in near real-time, unless all processes are fully integrated (so that, for example a

example disclaimers  and receivable (AP/AR) for example. Quite the contrary, it will have only emphasized their importance. Still, one should ensure the transaction coherency that this extended scope of enterprise applications might likely hinder. In other words, unless all the functional modules have access to and use the same data in near real-time, unless all processes are fully integrated (so that, for example, a mobile sales representative can see the live inventory data for order promising), and unless users can Read More
CRM and BPM: “We Goes Together Like Peas and Carrots”
In 2009, I attended two Gartner Summit events: the Gartner Business Process Management (BPM) Summit in March in San Diego; and Gartner Customer Relationship

example disclaimers  Telecommunications are a good example in this regard, where the processes are built around activities and issues such as billing, fraud detection , and equipment management, and these companies are pondering how better to organize around bringing aboard a new customer. Consider, for example, the process of signing up for a digital subscriber line (DSL)  service. The customer calls into the contact center, which confirms the customer order, thereby touching the provisioning system. Then, the agent Read More
6 Steps for Linking Corporate Strategy to the Budget
Ask any three people in an organization why they budget and you’ll get three different answers. But no one says they budget in order to direct the way in which

example disclaimers  performance management. The following example uses Extensity® MPC performance management software to illustrate how technology can improve the visibility of the cause-and-effect relationships of corporate strategies, day-to-day activities, and the resources that support them. Creating the Strategic Plan with Extensity® MPC Extensity MPC's strategy management capabilities enable senior executives and operational managers to work together in creating plans. It supports a range of management Read More
How to Reshape Your Supply Chain Network (and Why You Need to Do It Now)
The landscape of the supply chain has changed drastically over the past five years. It went from local to global in manufacturing, procurement, sourcing

example disclaimers  the supply chain. For example, the customer could be in North America and ordering a product via the Internet from Ireland—but this creates a problem. Why? Each party involved is not aware of the rules and regulations they need to comply with, and do not understand that an order confirmation from the manufacturer is crucial to the retailer’s (manufacturer’s customer) delivery schedule to the end consumer. It is difficult to make the pieces of the puzzle fit cohesively. Each process within the Read More
The Art, Science, and Software behind (Optimal) Retail Pricing - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog post series expanded on some of TEC’s earlier articles about companies’ need for better pricing management and optimization practices. This

example disclaimers  soft drink product packaging example from Part 1 demonstrates another cannibalistic relationship in which each packing size is potentially a substitute for the others. Conversely, affinity is when the sale of one product has a positive impact on another. This is sometimes also called the  halo effect . For example, a retailer lowers the price on hot dogs and it ends up generating better than usual sales on buns, ketchup, mustard, and relish, all at their normal prices. In other words, complementary Read More
Delivering Supply Chain Excellence
Gaps between enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality and best-of-breed applications are diminishing rapidly. Deciding between the two may thus come

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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 disclaimers  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
Stability and Functionality for Process and Discrete Manufacturers
While superficially, Infor's acquisition strategy may appear to be impulsive, it has actually been calculated to develop a stronger vertical functionality. This

example disclaimers  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

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