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Quantifying the Value of Software Asset Management
If you’re not up to speed on the key benefits of software asset management (SAM) solutions, this overview can help. Additionally, you’ll learn about the areas

example of routine problems  highly vulnerable state. For example, without SAM in place, these businesses are subject to: “Shelfware”, or software solutions that are purchased but never installed or utilized. Gartner estimates that approximately 20 percent of software owned by companies is never used. And, a report issued by Morgan Stanley and AMR Research indicates that almost half of all CRM licenses purchased are never allocated. Fines and penalties imposed due to non-compliance with licensing agreements. Significant staff Read More...
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Enterprises Reap Rewards of Modernizing Their ERP Systems
With increased mergers and acquisitions at the global level, organizations have started recognizing the benefits of upgrading to a modern enterprise resource

example of routine problems  entities in-house or otherwise. Examples of such shared service approaches can be found at the horizontal and vertical levels: Cross-industry shared services. Across many industries, companies can use shared services for different corporate functions such as HR and payroll administration, procurement, and real estate management. By doing so, they could gain greater efficiency and higher returns on their technology investments by amortizing the costs more efficiently. Such approaches could transform their Read More...
Planning Horizon of a Technical Personnel Management System
Airlines struggle every day to reduce costs, maintain the level of customer service, and have more efficient processes, and this puts more pressure on line

example of routine problems  the necessary information, for example when The regular time frame for performing equal jobs on aircraft of the same type is too long or has a lot of variations. The system could generate time frame statistics about how long it takes different technicians to perform the same job. There are frequent deviations between the expected staff and the available staff. The system has to send out a notification and generate statistics about the forecasted man-hours in a specific period and compare them to the Read More...
Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

example of routine problems  inbound transportation tools (for example the Inbound Planning engine from Viewlocity and a similar tool from ELogex) help in terms of visibility into which supplier is actually ready to ship, how much quantity and web based appointment scheduling capabilities. The ultimate aim to achieve total control over inbound shipments would allow the retailer to eke out cost advantages from the supply chain. In many manufacturing organizations that have purchasing/ procurement de-centralized (as well as a mixed Read More...
The (Underappreciated) Value of B2B Pricing Software
Conventional wisdom would suggest that pricing, as a key component of a business’s financial performance, is a critically important discipline within any

example of routine problems  sophisticated pricing technology. For example, a “margin variance waterfall” chart or dashboard, which clearly presents variances of price, costs, volume, product mix, exchange rates, and other margin eroding factors, is eye candy for CFOs. The same holds with “true costs to serve” graphs. On the other hand, segmentation leads to targeted price guidance for the sales force specific to a particular customer and even product. To that end, “margin opportunity” or “profit lift” information 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 routine problems  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...
Best of Breed Versus Fully Integrated Software: The Pro's and Con's
After dealing with the over-hype of Y2K, companies have started to reconsider the best of breed as a viable solution to satisfy their software needs. This comes

example of routine problems  on several fronts. For example, when trying to find a single software solution for order entry, production control, and general accounting, there are likely to be application gaps or weaknesses. Some concessions will be needed. If it is purely a question of meeting the needs of a functional area, you are more likely be satisfied by a BoB solution. Integration Issues As obvious as to the winner of the degree of fit category, the winner of resolving integration issues is FIS. End of story. Not really. It Read More...
Common Phone System Buying Problems
There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all

example of routine problems  Phone System Buying Problems There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all of the vendors and options available. Rather than learning the hard way, know some of the common problems that people often run into when buying a new business phone system so you understand the obstacles you will face in your buying decision and how to get around them. Read More...
The Best of Both Worlds: Gain Flexibility through Multiple Models of Software Delivery
Lower IT costs, faster return on investment (ROI), and better security@just a few of the promises the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model makes. SaaS

example of routine problems  Best of Both Worlds: Gain Flexibility through Multiple Models of Software Delivery Lower IT costs, faster return on investment (ROI), and better security—just a few of the promises the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model makes. SaaS can help small-to-medium businesses manage customer service and support cost-effectively. But there are a few concerns to consider if you’re thinking of an on-demand service. A vendor that offers the best of both on-demand and on-premise solutions may be the 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 routine problems  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...
The Case of A Boutique Vendor's Benefits of Focus - IRM Corporation
A tightly focused vendor, IRM Corporation, has fine tuned its products, services, its sales process and even its commercial terms to match the realities of its

example of routine problems  would be an excellent example. The company has provided the service of data collection and cleansing for the field merchandising market since its founding in 1970. In recent years, it has, however, further focused by targeting only foodservice and vending industries and by adapting to the changes of how the market has been served by also evolving its product technology. The seasoned management team and a long history of working in and serving these markets have lead to in-depth knowledge of the target 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 routine problems  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...
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 routine problems  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 infrastructure. Read More...
Soaring across the Regions: A View of the Impact of the Internet on Business
The Internet offers companies the opportunity to present a commercial image independent of size and location. With this and the Internet’s ability to extend a

example of routine problems  across the Regions: A View of the Impact of the Internet on Business The Internet offers companies the opportunity to present a commercial image independent of size and location. With this and the Internet’s ability to extend a business’s reach, it is valuable to know precisely what various Internet service providers (ISPs) offer before buying. This includes evaluating service level and support capabilities and understanding how these vary throughout the United Kingdom (UK). Find out more. Read More...

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