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Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart 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 purposes, the discussion will focus on the benefits for accounting, product and process design, production, sales, and management information system MIS functions. From the overall company standpoint, ERP provides a framework for working effectively together and providing a consistent plan for action. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP Justification of ERP Investments Part Two: The Intangible Effects of ERP Dr. Scott Hamilton - February 11, 2004 Read Comments 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 purposes, the discussion will focus on the benefits for accounting, product and process design, production, sales, and
2/11/2004

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart 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 can also be used to justify a 're-implementation' when the initial efforts have failed to produce desired results. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Justification of ERP Investments Part Four: Replacing or Re-implementing an ERP System Justification of ERP Investments Part Four: Replacing or Re-implementing an ERP System Dr. Scott Hamilton - February 13, 2004 Read Comments 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 can also be used to justify a re-implementation when the initial efforts have
2/13/2004

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results. Benefits have been indicated for large and small firms, whether they make standard or custom products or are in discrete or process manufacturing environments. This section explains the quantifiable benefits in terms of several areas of improvement. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Dr. Scott Hamilton - June 12, 2009 Read Comments Justification of ERP Investments* The expected return on investment provides the cost justification and motivation for investing in ERP. There are quantifiable benefits as well as intangible benefits in the ERP investment decision. The quantifiable benefits have a bottom-line impact on
6/12/2009

Justification of ERP InvestmentsPart Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into hardware, software, external assistance, and internal personnel. Reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System Dr. Scott Hamilton - February 12, 2004 Read Comments Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into hardware, software, external assistance, and internal personnel. *This is Part Three of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing
2/12/2004

IBM Buys What’s Left of Informix
In another sign of consolidation within the database vendor market, IBM has announced that they are acquiring the assets of Informix Software (the database portion of Informix Corporation, which remained after the spin-off of Informix Business Solutions into Ascential Software). IBM intends to use the acquisition to improve their presence in distributed databases, and increase penetration in the small-to-medium enterprise market.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: IBM Buys What’s Left of Informix IBM Buys What’s Left of Informix M. Reed - May 2, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - May 2, 2001 Event Summary IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Informix Corporation (NASDAQ: IFMX) announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for IBM to acquire the assets of Informix Software (the database portion of Informix Corporation, which remained after the spin-off of Informix Business Solutions into Ascential Software ), in a cash transaction valued at $1 billion. IBM feels that the
5/2/2001

The Four Ps of Food Safety
Food processors need to consider the impact of recalls and other food safety issues on brand and revenue. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps. Food safety is in the news, and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps for a food safety strategy.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: The Four Ps of Food Safety The Four Ps of Food Safety Olin Thompson - December 6, 2010 Read Comments Food safety is in the news, on the Web, and a frequent point of conversation. Scares and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Food safety strategy can be summarized with “the four
12/7/2010 8:21:00 AM

Survey Question of the Day » The TEC Blog
Survey Question of the Day » 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 software

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: it outsourcing, SaaS, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
04-02-2009

Inventory (Out of) Control
In a market as competitive as the chemicals industry, providing high quality products to clients quickly and efficiently while meeting the rigorous regulations enforced on chemicals from formulation to shipment is no easy feat. Many companies struggle with sales forecasting and maintaining and tracking inventory. Many chemical manufacturers are turning to enterprise resource planning (ERP) software systems to add business-wide visibility to inventory control and reduce costly downtime.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Inventory (Out of) Control Inventory (Out of) Control Source: Deacom Document Type: White Paper Description: In a market as competitive as the chemicals industry, providing high quality products to clients quickly and efficiently while meeting the rigorous regulations enforced on chemicals from formulation to shipment is no easy feat. Many companies struggle with sales forecasting and maintaining and tracking inventory. Many chemical manufacturers are turning to enterprise resource planning (ERP) software
10/2/2013 2:37:00 PM

City of St. John s


EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: City of St. John s City of St. John s Source: StarGarden Software Document Type: Case Study Description: City of St. John s style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Human Capital Management (HCM),   Benefits Administration,   Human Resource Management (HRM),   Payroll Related Industries:   Public Administration and Defense Related Keywords:   St. John s,   StarGarden,   StarGarden case study,   StarGarden implementation Source: StarGarden Software Learn more
8/15/2013 5:12:00 PM

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 non-core components of POS systems, and assess the strengths and weaknesses of best-of-breed and integrated approaches.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not? Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not? Caroline Lam - April 10, 2006 Read Comments Introduction When evaluating a point of sale (POS) solution, there are generally two approaches: best-of-breed solutions, and integrated solutions. Both have strengths and weaknesses, according to the information technology (IT) infrastructure. Retailers that have an existing back-office system should evaluate whether it is better to replace their legacy system or to choose a best-of
4/10/2006

Tired Of Losing Your Oil Derricks?
Asset management maven iVita announced both its newest software release, Commander 3.0, and a partnership with wireless specialist PinPoint. PinPoint’s wireless technology will tell iVita where a company’s capital assets are. iVita will tell the company what to do with them.

EXAMPLES OF JUSTIFICATION LETTERS: Tired Of Losing Your Oil Derricks? Tired Of Losing Your Oil Derricks? D. Geller - September 26, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - September 26, 2000 Event Summary iVita Corporation put the final wraps on its Commander 3.0 software and announced the general availability of its asset information management system. It has also announced a partnership with PinPoint Corporation. The partnership with PinPoint fulfills another piece of the dream (see iVita Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health ). PinPoint is
9/26/2000


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