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EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Three: Analysis of IFS and Intentia
Having traditionally done implementations via their product delivery organization, IFS and Intentia also have long exhibited a focus on product quality and

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  where appropriate. A perfect example would be the alliance with ABB to deliver IFS Enterprise Asset Management ( EAM ) solutions, which could possibly render IFS a leading EAM player in the future. Other partnerships and alliances have reportedly developed as well, resulting in greater market penetration and an increase in the number of prospects. In other words, 8 percent of license revenue was derived from partnerships and alliances. In its outlook for the rest of the year, IFS expects continued cost Read More
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Delivering the Business Value of Automating Business Processes to Small and Medium Enterprise
Enterprises of all sizes today face common problems dealing with handling increasing business complexity while reducing costs. The solution continues to be the

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  acceptance by 500%. Another example is Variety Food Incorporated, a food producer and distributor, was able to grow its business by 15% without adding staff. Not all benefits were quantifiable but will contribute to overall business success. All companies reported that SAP Business One demonstrated qualities inherently essential especially to small and medium-sized businesses: Easy to deploy (four to six weeks) Ease-of-use features that reduce or eliminate user training Excellent reporting capabilities Read More
Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report
According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  change in the above example ' therefore the average analyst should perform quite well. If the new product had significant process change, then the analyst would not perform well. Dealing with compliance issues in insurance ' the average analyst may perform well since changes tend to effect how the company rates rather than its business process ' while in pharmaceutical industries the average analyst probably performs poorly since regulation changes tend to significantly effect operation and distribution 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

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  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
Cloud Assets: A Guide for SMBs-Part 1
Cloud computing is changing the scope of information technology (IT) management, and organizations must be highly adaptable to safeguard the continuity of their

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  support your strategies. For example, if your strategy is to expand toward international exportation, you will require a tool that can accommodate international paperwork issues, compliance and regulatory mandates, logistics, and so on. On the other hand, if your strategy is simply to streamline processes in order to become more efficient, functionality may not necessarily be the first consideration; instead, you should probably focus on rigorously defining your to-be processes before proceeding any Read More
Voice of Customer: Using Customer Actions That Speak
Traditional voice of customer (VoC) analytics for understanding and predicting customer behavior relies on two types of data sources—structured (customer

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  of Customer: Using Customer Actions That Speak Traditional voice of customer (VoC) analytics for understanding and predicting customer behavior relies on two types of data sources—structured (customer feedback surveys, focus groups, etc.) and unstructured (blogs, forums, etc.). Data is then organized for use by diverse teams across an organization. Read about how companies can use data captured from customer actions or on-board diagnostic (OBD) systems for VoC analytics. Read More
Has Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost.
There is, at long last, an upbeat announcement from Intentia. It has all but turned the corner, with both a new product portfolio and a rapid increase in

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost. Has Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost. P.J. Jakovljevic - March 16, 2001 Event Summary On February 16, Intentia International AB, a Swedish provider of enterprise business applications, published its 2000 report. Intentia's net revenue rose in 2000 by 11%, while license revenue for the year increased by impressive 53% (See Figure 1). Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden and the United States were Intentia's biggest license markets in 2000. However, Read More
What Are the Best Practices In Managing Outsourced R&D Projects?
Predictions about the growth of outsourcing have proven to be quite on the mark. According to Partnering Forum, by the end of 2010 it is projected that over 40

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  Are the Best Practices In Managing Outsourced R&D Projects? Predictions about the growth of outsourcing have proven to be quite on the mark. According to Partnering Forum, by the end of 2010 it is projected that over 40 percent of research and development (R&D) will be outsourced in pharmaceutical industries alone. If your company is planning on outsourcing its R&D projects, this whitepaper can help you learn how to manage them successfully. Read More
A.M. Best Company
Founded in 1899, global credit rating agency A.M. Best Company focuses on the insurance industry. Its news source, Best@s Insurance News @ Analysis, includes

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SPSS Has A New ShowCase
On November 7, 2000, SPSS announced that they have signed an agreement to purchase ShowCase Corporation. The company sees a large part of its future in the

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  Has A New ShowCase SPSS Has A New ShowCase M. Reed - November 14, 2000 Event Summary On November 7, 2000, SPSS (NASDAQ: SPSS) announced that they have signed an agreement to purchase ShowCase Corporation (NASDAQ: SHWC). SPSS expects that this move will bolster its presence in the analytical customer relationship management market (as versus operational CRM). The transaction is expected to be concluded during the quarter ending March 30, 2001 and is valued at $94 million. Under the terms of the deal, Read More
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Case Study: Haynes Wire Company
Haynes Wire Company produces wire for structural and welding applications as well as medical. The company’s existing homegrown system was increasingly unable to

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  Study: Haynes Wire Company Haynes Wire Company produces wire for structural and welding applications as well as medical. The company’s existing homegrown system was increasingly unable to manage and provide access to the information needed to operate the growing business, such as per-order costs. Find out how an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system helped by enhancing knowledge of costs, with increased control, visibility, and profitability. Read More
Raising Your Business Intelligence Quotient: 5 Things Your Company Can Do NOW
How can you take your company from being a good company to a great company—and finally to an

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  Your Business Intelligence Quotient: 5 Things Your Company Can Do NOW Raising Your Business Intelligence Quotient: 5 Things Your Company Can Do NOW How can you take your company from being a good company to a great company—and finally to an intelligent company? By raising your BIQ (Business Intelligence Quotient). And here's how. aab In Raising Your Business Intelligence Quotient: 5 Things Your Company Can Do NOW , you'll discover BI best practices to help you achieve a more responsive, customer Read More
Pursuit of
The constant launch of new telecommunications products creates stiff competition, and to manage increasingly complex product portfolios, you should ensure your

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  of The Perfect Order The constant launch of new telecommunications products creates stiff competition, and to manage increasingly complex product portfolios, you should ensure your processes are optimized, your data is accurate, and your solutions are integrated. The first business area you should focus on is order management. Find out how you can better address the challenges of the order-to-cash cycle, decomposition, provisioning, and more. Read More
Managing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence: A 360-Degree Perspective
For many companies, total cost of ownership (TCO) of business intelligence (BI) solutions is out of control. And the problem is growing, fueled by ever

example of a company that has successfully outsourced  the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence: A 360-Degree Perspective For many companies, total cost of ownership (TCO) of business intelligence (BI) solutions is out of control. And the problem is growing, fueled by ever-increasing demands from the user community, massive new sources for data, new capabilities, shadow it landscapes, and the cost of keeping people abreast of all the changes. This paper focuses on developing a framework for monitoring and managing the TCO of BI. Read More

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