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Sales Enablement: User Acceptance Means More Sales
Productive salespeople can make the difference between your company’s success or its ultimate failure. A new approach to sales productivity is emerging, and it focuses on the productive interaction between salespeople and customers. This sales enablement concept helps meet the needs of not only management, but also the frontline users—and it’s the key to winning, retaining, and satisfying your customers.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Sales Enablement: User Acceptance Means More Sales Sales Enablement: User Acceptance Means More Sales Source: Sage Document Type: White Paper Description: Productive salespeople can make the difference between your company’s success or its ultimate failure. A new approach to sales productivity is emerging, and it focuses on the productive interaction between salespeople and customers. This sales enablement concept helps meet the needs of not only management, but also the frontline users—and it’s the
5/22/2007 3:28:00 PM

The Subjective Criteria of ERP Selection » The TEC Blog
modification capabilities are all examples of “ease-of-use” characteristics that are, actually, the face of the program and the only perspective from which most users see the actual software. The entire project’s success or failure may depend on these criteria and definitely cannot be excluded from the consideration. There have been plenty of battles about what the best choice for users is, which interface logic is easier to perceive, what screen color is the most comfortable for long-term use, how

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: criteria, ERP, evaluation, market data, references, selection, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
25-09-2009

Quality Reassurance: How To Get What You Need from Acceptance Testing
Integrating a new system with your organization places new opportunities, and new risks, at the heart of your business. We look at the thinking and negotiation that shape acceptance testing, and how it influences your assessment of the new system.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Quality Reassurance: How To Get What You Need from Acceptance Testing Quality Reassurance: How To Get What You Need from Acceptance Testing James Lyndsay - July 4, 2006 Read Comments Acceptance Testing Some software is made by the people who use it. Some is bought in bulk. Taking the middle ground are systems that are built on a shared core, but are customized or configured for a unique purchaser. Large commercial technology information (IT) projects typically fall within this group. The software is
7/4/2006

Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria
Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria. Download IT Study Reports Linked to Usability and ERP Selection Criteria. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often criticized for being complex and difficult to use—which puts up a barrier to receiving potential benefits. Systems with integrated search functionality and Web-like interfaces can make ERP solutions easier to use. Learn how to evaluate ERP software for its usability, so you can avoid investing in platforms that aren’t evolved toward usable and efficient interfaces.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria Source: IFS Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often criticized for being complex and difficult to use—which puts up a barrier to receiving potential benefits. Systems with integrated search functionality and Web-like interfaces can make ERP solutions easier to use. Learn how to evaluate ERP software for its usability, so you can avoid investing in platforms that aren’t
8/13/2008 12:12:00 PM

Storage Buying Criteria for Small/Medium Enterprises
Small and medium enterprises often find that their “short list” of storage solutions includes products from EMC and IBM. Both companies offer solid products. Hardware/software costs are, for the most part, similar. And both companies offer solid service and support. So, when choosing between these two vendors, what criteria should you use to determine which product best suits your storage needs? Download this advisory now to find out.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Storage Buying Criteria for Small/Medium Enterprises Storage Buying Criteria for Small/Medium Enterprises Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Small and medium enterprises often find that their “short list” of storage solutions includes products from EMC and IBM. Both companies offer solid products. Hardware/software costs are, for the most part, similar. And both companies offer solid service and support. So, when choosing between these two vendors, what criteria should you use to
6/1/2011 11:43:00 AM

eMachines to Buy FreePC
Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: eMachines to Buy FreePC eMachines to Buy FreePC R. Krause - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary 11/29/99 - Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc., the company that last February helped touch off the free PC craze by giving away personal computers to users willing to share private marketing data. Instead of giving away its PCs, eMachines will launch a new service, based on FreePC software, aimed at connecting first-time computer buyers with services vendors. eMachines
12/1/1999

EMC to Buy Data General
WALTHAM, Mass., August 9th, 1999 (Reuters) - High-end data storage leader EMC Corp. (NYSE:EMC) on Monday moved to grab a chunk of the mid-range storage business with a deal to buy Data General Corp. (NYSE:DGN) for $1.1 billion in stock, the companies said.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: EMC to Buy Data General EMC to Buy Data General R. Krause - August 13, 1999 Read Comments EMC to Buy Data General WALTHAM, Mass., August 9th, 1999 (Reuters) High-end data storage leader EMC Corp. (NYSE:EMC) on Monday moved to grab a chunk of the mid-range storage business with a deal to buy Data General Corp. (NYSE:DGN) for $1.1 billion in stock, the companies said. EMC, which holds a 35 percent share of the $12 billion high-end storage market, said it will lend its considerable distribution and support
8/13/1999

MYOB to OEM Acumatica Cloud ERP » The TEC Blog
MYOB to OEM Acumatica Cloud ERP » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Accounting, Acumatica, Cloud, cloud erp, CRM, ERP, industry watch, myob, NetSuite, visma, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
20-08-2013

Epicor Continues To Bleed
On April 27, Epicor Software Corporation reported its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2000. Net loss for the quarter was $8.9 million or $0.22 per share, compared with a net income for the same period last year of $2.1 million or $0.05 per share.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Epicor Continues To Bleed Epicor Continues To Bleed P.J. Jakovljevic - June 8, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - June 8, 2000 Event Summary As reported in the press release on the company s Web site on April 27, Epicor Software Corporation reported its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2000. Revenues for the first quarter were $56.6 million, compared with $66.1 million for the first quarter 1999. Net loss for the quarter was $8.9 million or $0.22 per share, compared with a net
6/8/2000

To Tax and Tax Not
Taxation of Internet commerce will be a football that gets tossed around in the United States long after Superbowl 2000 is just a memory. In Singapore, however, they positively see taxes negatively

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: To Tax and Tax Not To Tax and Tax Not D. Geller - January 31, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary With the 1998 Internet Tax Freedom Act halfway through its three year moratorium on new or discriminatory taxes on E-commerce, individuals and organizations on all sides of the issue are preparing for a major battle over whether states should be permitted to levy and collect sales taxes from transactions concluded over the Internet. Industry and government associations from all sides are staking out their
1/31/2000

Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor
Moving away from the relentless acquisitions of the past, Infor is waking up to a brand new day, marked by innovative product development that will change the way work is done. TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic looks at how the vendor has become a formidable opponent to SAP and Oracle, and examines all the components of Infor10, a new generation of enterprise software that allows the seamless execution of business processes.

EXAMPLES OF HOW TO WRITE ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA: Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor PJ Jakovljevic - April 16, 2012 Read Comments Infor , the third-largest provider of business application software with 70,000 customers and annual revenues estimated at nearly $2 billion (USD), is reinventing itself under the direction of new chief executive officer (CEO) Charles Phillips, who joined the company from Oracle in October 2010. Observers agree that Phillips has his work cut out to build a strong challenger to giants
4/17/2012 10:35:00 AM


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