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Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP
The intangible or non-financial benefits of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can be viewed from several perspectives. For illustrative

example of problem justification  Duplicate data maintenance, for example, requires personnel time in entering data (and possibly managerial time in determining which set of data should be used for decision making). Expediting efforts have a visible effect of consuming personnel time. These quantified cost savings can also be used to show impacts on financial results. *This is Part Two of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton. Bridging the theory and realities of current ERP systems, Read More...
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Justification of ERP Investments Part Four: Replacing or Re-implementing an ERP System
An investment analysis focusing on enterprise resource planning (ERP) benefits frequently applies to those firms initially justifying an ERP implementation. It

example of problem justification  figure 3.6. In this example, some general rules of thumb (or ratios) have been used to estimate the one-time costs. The costs to re-implement an ERP system should be significantly lower than implementing a new system. The users have familiarity with system usage, and should know the system strengths and weaknesses. Many firms can live with the shortcomings of their existing system. External assistance from the software vendor and consultants can help develop solutions to shortcomings, and should in any Read More...
Harness the Power of Your Virtual Sales Team
Early in the campaign, the important thing is to get all your team members on the same page, share available knowledge, and plan ways to gather other required

example of problem justification  common purpose. If, for example, you need an expert to tell your prospect how your company provides tech support to its customers, but the person available for that task gets defensive and rude when questioned, you have some work to do. You'll need to coach that person before the meeting, or if that fails, bring in someone else. Don't leave it up to chance. Like any good manager, you must learn to depend on other people to achieve your goals. With this challenge in mind, how can you better manage your vir Read More...
Comparison of ERP and CRM Markets' Life cycle Snapshots
Today's enterprise applications are required as a matter of course to address more than the processes taking place within the walls of an enterprise. Almost

example of problem justification  tracking and analysis. Another example of using it would be for validating that phone numbers are entered in the proper format and for building and enforcing company sales methodologies by requiring users to take a specific set of steps as they enter and track a sales lead. A number of other vendors with value proposition along similar lines would be ACCPAC (soon to be part of Best Software ), Best Software with its renowned SalesLogix product within the SMB market, FrontRange with its recently enhanced G Read More...
State of the MES Software Marketplace
Despite predictions that it would be subsumed by enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors encroaching from above and automation vendors encroaching from below

example of problem justification  Glaze says. As an example, he points to some of the changes in inventory management: We standardized part numbering and reduced raw material inventory from 200 parts to about 60. We changed the way we purchase so that now 80% of our materials are on consignment – time-phased to coordinate with our raw material needs. Epicor’s flexibility has fully supported this effort to the point where we trigger vendor billing for these materials when we open the box. Key Benefits Decorated has cut manufacturing 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 problem justification  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...
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements

example of problem justification  Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 Read More...
Evaluating The Cost Of A DDoS Attack
DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks, attempts to make a network resource unavailable to its users, are becoming more sophisticated and destructive, and

example of problem justification  The Cost Of A DDoS Attack DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks, attempts to make a network resource unavailable to its users, are becoming more sophisticated and destructive, and are on the rise. DDoS attacks don’t just cost your company the annoyance of downtime, but brand reputation, customer acquisition, and of course, sales are all at risk. Read this white paper to find out how to evaluate the cost of a DDoS attack and decide the level of protection you need for your Read More...
CitiXsys iVend Retail 5.0 for Point-of-sale Retail Certification Report
CitiXsys product iVend Retail is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of point-of-sale (POS) solutions in the Wholesale and Retail Trade Evaluation Center.

example of problem justification  iVend Retail 5.0 for Point-of-sale Retail Certification Report CitiXsys product iVend Retail is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of point-of-sale (POS) solutions in the Wholesale and Retail Trade Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary. Read More...
Customer Success Story: University of Maryland School of Medicine
The University of Maryland School of Medicine had already experienced VMware technology as a way to consolidate its servers; what it didn’t realize was that the

example of problem justification  Success Story: University of Maryland School of Medicine The University of Maryland School of Medicine had already experienced VMware technology as a way to consolidate its servers; what it didn’t realize was that the company’s solution could also address its disaster recovery needs. By combining two storage technologies—creating a common storage area network (SAN)—the school has reduced unexpected downtime from hours to seconds and has saved thousands of dollars in hardware costs. 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 problem justification  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...
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 problem justification  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...
Elements of Project Management with Genius Project
No doubt about it: the project manager is essential for the successful completion of any project. But supporting the project manager—and the goal of reaching

example of problem justification  of Project Management with Genius Project No doubt about it: the project manager is essential for the successful completion of any project. But supporting the project manager—and the goal of reaching the target within the defined time and budget frame—is a solid project management system. Discover the vital elements of project planning and management, and how you can optimize communication by standardizing information formats in a project management system. Read More...
Customer Experience Management: The Value of Moments of Truth
Customers perceive value based on the experiences they receive—and many big-name companies have tuned into this because they’ve made a connection with customers

example of problem justification  Experience Management: The Value of Moments of Truth Customers perceive value based on the experiences they receive—and many big-name companies have tuned into this because they’ve made a connection with customers that transcends the basic functional value they offer. In this first part of a two-part series, learn how traditional customer relationship management (CRM) has often failed in this respect, and how managing customer experiences can drive your revenues. Read More...

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