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TransPromo in High-volume Statement Print Applications
Transpromotional marketing blends marketing messages with must-read printed material such as invoices, statements, and other notifications. The goal is to influence behavior and drive business volume—but not by stuffing brochures with a statement into the envelope. Instead, promotional messages can be targeted directly to a prospect s purchase patterns and known interests. Sounds great, in theory. So how do you do it?

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7/29/2008 4:34:00 PM

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EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
15-09-2010

Addressing a Growing Problem: An Explosion of IP Addresses
Given today’s economic climate, companies are looking to create more value by reducing risk and saving costs. As companies increasingly rely on data networks encompassing an ever-growing range and number of internet protocol (IP)-enabled devices and applications, they need to more effectively administer and manage these assets—they can no longer take the management of their IP networks for granted.

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3/12/2009 10:18:00 AM

Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 2 - Problem Overview
Past experience shows us that the vast majority of enterprise technology evaluations run over time and budget, and once selected, the majority of the implementations fail to meet functional, return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) expectations. Many companies have consequently been stuck with under-performing software products and dejected users, and are still unable to gauge their system to determine how far they are from the ideal solution for their business requirements.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: Solution Part Four Presents Examples of Applying the Solution Part Five Makes User Recommendations Problem Overview Prospective customers typically struggle with the following issues when selecting enterprise technologies: Their selection project teams have no effective way to define their business requirements and thereby identify the critical vendor and product questions (criteria) necessary to successfully initiate the evaluation process. This time consuming problem rears its ugly head at a very early
5/23/2003

Expandable Case Study: Photon Dynamics, Inc.
Photon Dynamics, a manufacturer of test, repair, and inspection equipment for flat-panel display manufacturing, was finding it difficult to track orders, materials, and finished goods. It considered abandoning its mid-tier enterprise resource planning system, in favor of a tier-one application. But to justify the cost, the company decided to first make sure that the system was, in fact, the problem.

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11/29/2006 11:39:00 AM

Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease the negative momentum both companies have experienced in the frenzied and rapidly consolidating enterprise applications market.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: a global scale. For example, Lawson should bring analytics, enterprise process management (EPM) and business intelligence (BI) to Intentia s base (although Intentia has been leveraging its partnership with Cognos to address this group). On the other hand, Intentia brings strong enterprise asset management (EAM), product service and manufacturing capabilities to Lawson customers, such as health care (to asset-rich hospitals) to complement Lawson s procurement and material management capabilities.
10/27/2005

The Customer Relationship Management Vision: It Starts with Relationships
An alarming number of companies get on the wrong track when creating a customer relationship management (CRM) vision. Outlined here are four steps that take the mystery out of what makes an effective CRM vision. The secret? It’s all about people and relationships.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: of relationships? Here s an example of a company that I believe takes the list above to heart. JMJ Associates provides consulting and training solutions to help eliminate worker injury and to create injury-free organizational environments in major corporations all over the world. But the company goes far beyond consulting and training. JMJ Associates leadership is immersed in the concept and belief that safety and injury-free is not just possible, but that it translates into a fundamental value for
9/16/2009

FRx Poised To Permeate Many More General LedgersPart One: Executive Summary
FRx Software Corporation, a Microsoft company and a part of Microsoft Business Solutions, might be the best example of Microsoft’s coopetitiveness.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: any order desired. For example, users that have a four-segment chart of accounts in their GL system can use ExpressLink to rearrange the segments to match how they budget. The above release follows up on the enhancements unveiled in mid-2002 in version 6.5 of both flagship products, which were then still called FRx Financial Reporter and FRx Forecaster. Both product offerings from FRx Software showed several enhanced features, the most significant of which was the products ability to integrate more
12/3/2003

Cash Management 101
Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work, it is human intelligence in the financial decision making that does the rest.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: business too. Following are examples of poor decisions and practices: Transferring too much of the business s liquid assets into the acquisition of fixed assets, such as machinery or real estate. Monthly commit¬ments must be properly managed by obtaining long-term financing for such large capital investments. Failing to budget properly. To avoid this problem, construct a spreadsheet with columns that represent weeks or months, and with rows that represent inflows or outflows. Lay out, by month, the
8/13/2008

Candle Releases New Command Center App for IBM MQSI 2
IBM has announced a four-year, $200 million investment to attempt to make it more cost effective and easier for companies to manage data on IBM S/390 enterprise servers. The proposed solution is a new Candle Corporation product with a GUI front-end that can track message flow, queue times, and other metrics. Is this yet another example of IBM leveraging technology through partnerships instead of always trying to roll their own, as Oracle has done?

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: MQSI community. As an example of its usefulness, if a sending application forwards a message to a receiving application that is not ready to accept it, MQSI will store the message in a queue until the receiver is ready (this is an asynchronous method known as store and forward ). If the receiver does not come back on line, all the other messages can be blocked behind it. This can affect the business processes, and may be difficult to detect. This is a typical example of a bottleneck . According to
10/11/2000

Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the reason traditional enterprise resource planning systems have not readily taken to e-commerce.

EXAMPLE PROBLEM STATEMENT: tier of applications (for example, in three-tier client/server applications, the application server manages business logic and enables it to be accessed from the UI tier). These are programs that handle all application operations between users and a user enterprise s back-end business applications or databases. Application servers are typically used for complex transaction-based applications, and to support high-end needs, any application server has to have built-in redundancy, monitors for
9/19/2006


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