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The Many Flavors of Application Software Outsourcing
Many companies are looking to outsource development and maintenance of their application software. Common reasons that companies outsource application software

example of bubble  other existing applications. For example, some companies may outsource the customization and support of their ERP solution to either their ERP provider or to a third-party outsourcer, while continuing to maintain all of their other applications. The main advantage is that the buyer can focus on applications built in one technology or domain while the outsourcer focuses on a different technology and domain. New development only : The buyer outsources all future new development and uses the in-house 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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An Interview with Saj-nicole Joni (Author of The Third Opinion)
The term The Third Opinion was coined by Clark Clifford, advisor and friend to many US Presidents. One thing is clear to all of us who have been observing

example of bubble  of some companies, for example Enron and Tyco, whose top leaders had lots of outside relationships and still ended in disasters. Can you talk about what those CEOs could have done differently—given that they might have wanted better advice? Saj-nicole : Senior people can easily, in their isolation, be surrounded by well meaning advisors' who sanitize and package truth for them—an isolation bubble. It's up to the leader to make sure this doesn't happen. Leaders have to have a strong Habit of Read More
KronosWorks 2010: Of Next-Gen User Experience & Workforce Mobility
Given our shared presence in the Boston metro area, I’ve had numerous contacts and interactions with Kronos Incorporated in the past, but this fall was my very

example of bubble  to look like. For example, 15 percent of people admit that they are addicted to e-mail – some confessed to checking their e-mail at the beach, weddings, and even at funerals.  The “How Will Your Week Work” video portrayed how our typical work week has evolved through labor regulations, technological innovations, and shifting workplace norms . The video is the second in a series of “striking home” videos by Kronos (in collaboration with XPlane ) that illustrate the ever-changing global Read More
The World Of Software Buying Has Changed; Will the Vendors Change With It?
How an enterprise buys software has changed forever. Buyers are skeptical, risk adverse, and tighter with their budgets. What are those changes, why did they

example of bubble  obvious impacts on, for example, their stock price or the availability of venture capital. A less obvious impact is with the skepticism of the buyer. The dot-coms and others made many statements about their impact on enterprises and the economy in general (The New Economy) which have proven very false. The dot-com hype has spilled over to all technology vendors and all are now seen as hyping their benefits, and what their product can do, etc. Vendor claims are now met with a healthy skepticism. Vendor Read More
Professional Services Automation: Affordable Hosted Solutions for the Small to Medium Business Market
Although technology is pivotal in maintaining a competitive edge, many smaller professional services organizations (PSOs) have limited time and resources to

example of bubble  they serve. A good example would be a vendor that primarily markets to IT service providers. Offering comprehensive help desk and CRM capabilities are essential in winning their business. Why Host? Although technology is pivotal in maintaining a competitive edge, most SMB PSOs have limited time and resources to dedicate to IT infrastructure. In today's service-centric business world, expectations of rapid and high-quality service from PSOs are the norm. As a result, a number of small service Read More
The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain
“Last-mile supply chain services” is an evolving segment of the supply chain industry, but a cutting-edge segment that has evolved as supply chain managers

example of bubble  mentioned in an earlier example, freight costs are now becoming a factor on the income statement and it is clear that freight does not add any value  to the product being shipped. Freight is simply an addition to cost - it adds no value.   The Logical Next Step - Postponement As a result, supply chains reconfigured to minimize inventory and freight. The way this is being handled is by implementing Postponement. Postponement, a topic for another white paper, is, simply put, the act of committing 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 bubble  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
Never Was A Story Of More Woe Than This Of RJR And Nabisco
The complex maneuvers involved in RJR’s divestiture of Nabisco will prove simple compared to the efforts required to join Kraft and Nabisco in a way that

example of bubble  Was A Story Of More Woe Than This Of RJR And Nabisco Never Was A Story Of More Woe Than This Of RJR And Nabisco S. McVey - August 2, 2000 Event Summary Like a farmer hurrying to gather crops before the onset of locusts, R. J. Reynolds recently sold its Nabisco food subsidiary to Philip Morris, rival and co-defendant in the Florida lawsuit. Philip Morris will merge Nabisco with Kraft Foods, its $17 billion subsidiary, and expects the combination to produce $600 million in cost-savings over the next Read More
Confessions of a Techno Junkie
Ideas on how to survive the avalanche of technology, avoid the lure of its pitfalls, and succeed with it as the enabler to true process innovation.

example of bubble  phone represents the best example of this. No mere phone, I can take pictures and instantly e-mail them, manage e-mail, peruse the Internet, send text messages, and use it anywhere in the world, except of course, in my home in Texas which is officially located in a no coverage zone ! Figure 2: When do you buy technology? Technology as a business antidote Now that I've made light of my personal experiences as a technology consumer, let's leap to the arena of corporate technology acquisition and discuss Read More
Collaboration 2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0
Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially

example of bubble  2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0 Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially oriented and real-time collaboration solutions to instantly and seamlessly increase productivity between employees, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders. This white paper discusses new Read More
Brain of Supply Chain System
Advanced planning and optimization makes supply chain systems cost effective. It is the brain of the supply chain because it works on top of all other software

example of bubble  of Supply Chain System Q. What is the ultimate goal of supply chain management in business? A. To perfectly match the supply side activities of procurement, production planning, distribution planning, production allocation, warehouse planning, inventory planning and so forth with the demand side activities of incoming orders and forecasts so that all demands are met with the least cost. Are today's enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management Read More
Paradoxes of Software Estimation
Software development has spawned an independent industry in its own right. But the processes of asking for service, offering service, and pricing are all

example of bubble  measures of software size: examples include lines of code, function points, use case points, object points, feature points, internet points, test points, and there may even be more. True, there are multiple measures for distance (miles and kilometers) and for weight (pounds and kilograms). But you can convert pounds into kilograms and miles into kilometers! There is no formula that says 1 use case point is equal to 1.2 function points, or anything like that! Everyone agrees that some things are not Read More
New Destinies: Stories of Outcomes Sensed, Predicted, and Changed in the World of the New Business Imperative
Remember 10 years ago, or maybe just 5, you used to have the luxury to think about your decisions. Not anymore. New rules apply to the global business

example of bubble  Destinies: Stories of Outcomes Sensed, Predicted, and Changed in the World of the New Business Imperative Remember 10 years ago, or maybe just 5, you used to have the luxury to think about your decisions. Not anymore. New rules apply to the global business environment. Those who choose real-time business intelligence are likely to gain the insight and agility to measure risk and reward in an instant—and move forward. Destiny is no longer in the hands of fate. It’s determined now, in a second. New Read More
The Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent
IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive

example of bubble  Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive customization are the key contributors to increasing identity management costs to four or five times more than the price of the initial identity software license. Learn how software as a service (SaaS) can reduce the cost and complexity Read More
Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not?
When selecting a point of sale (POS) solution, users have a choice between stand-alone solutions and integrated solutions. They should first evaluate core and

example of bubble  serving a customer. For example, a pole display informs customers of the total amount, to encourage them to quickly have payment ready. Moreover, recent technologies also include devices which use biometric identification. In the near future, customers will be able to pay for purchases with literally one touch. All these hardware devices are tools used to increase customer satisfaction and to ensure their loyalty. User Recommendations Should the POS solution be stand-alone, or not? Depending on the case, Read More

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