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Usability
Poor usability leads to irritation and fatigue and it has an adverse impact on the usage experience. In an on-line shopping web site, it can lead to loss of revenues. Poor usability in business applications leads to increased help desk costs. On the other hand, better usability makes our usage experience more fun and can increase productivity. A highly usable on-line shopping web site tempts repeat visits, builds customer loyalty, and increases its revenue-earning potential.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: and Excel are two examples of excellent usability among software products. The mail merge wizard in Word make it easy to create form letters. Word has similar highly usable features for printing mailing labels and envelopes. Excel provides an excellent paste function wizard (invoked through the f* button) for defining complex formulas with ease, and a highly usable chart wizard to quickly convert numbers to graphs. Amazon and Expedia are examples of two web sites that display tremendous commitment to
2/15/2004

Analyse This
Enterprise applications have long been providing the means for businesses to collect required data and deliver it to the right people. Now that sales and marketing professionals are empowered with the right tools to better serve their customers and gather insights on all customers' interactions, the question to ask is what's next? We see the answer in a tight integration between Enterprise applications and Analytics.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: Analyse This Analyse This Kevin Ramesan - July 23, 2003 Read Comments Product Definition and Market Impact With company s data warehouses now filled with terabytes of historic data it is crucial to adopt tools that would allow marketers to better understand their customers and build adapted strategies for a true one to one relationship management. The increasing demand to allow end users to access, analyze, and deliver information in an organization has amplified the need for the business intelligence
7/23/2003

What is SRFM?
The planning, execution and partner collaboration processes of nearly all companies today are driven by a

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: What is SRFM? What is SRFM? Blake Johnson - April 23, 2004 Read Comments Introduction The planning, execution and partner collaboration processes of nearly all companies today are driven by a plan , itself typically part forecast, part performance target. Together, the plan and these core processes are at the heart of almost everything a company does—from MRP output, to commitments to customers and suppliers, to internal performance targets and the bonuses that depend on them, to the financial
4/23/2004

A Sharp ASP
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has selected Harbinger as their Application Service Provider of choice. The multi-year contract will allow Harbinger to integrate e-Procurement and business applications across Sharp's e-Supplier community.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: A Sharp ASP A Sharp ASP A. Turner - July 14, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - July 14, 2000 Event Summary On June 14, 2000, Harbinger Corporation, a supplier of business-to-business (B2B) e-Commerce solutions, announced it has been selected by Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas (SMA) as its Application Service Provider (ASP). Under the multi-year contract, Harbinger will begin work to expand Sharp s e-Supplier community and integrate e-Procurement transactions via a suite of applications hosted for
7/14/2000

Microsoft Retail Systems
Microsoft Point of Sale and Microsoft Retail Management System provide a complete point of purchase solution suite for small and midsize specialty retail businesses. Released in 2005, Microsoft Point of Sale has enabled Microsoft to further penetrate the retail market.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: Microsoft Retail Systems Microsoft Retail Systems Caroline Lam - August 31, 2006 Read Comments Introduction Based on the increased demand for information technology (IT) in the retail industry, Microsoft offers two retail packages: Microsoft Retail Management System (RMS) and Microsoft Point of Sale (POS). Microsoft Retail Management System provides small and midsize business retailers with an integrated point of sale solution to manage operations within one store or across a chain of stores. Microsoft
8/31/2006

The Superstar CFO
Find out in the superstar CFO.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: The Superstar CFO The Superstar CFO You don t often think of a chief financial officer (CFO) as being a superstar, but times are changing. Chief executives, boards, investors, and managers are constantly demanding more input and guidance from their CFOs—for both internal processes and external company activities. But what are the attributes of superstar CFOs? What sets them apart from their less successful counterparts? And what activities should they be focusing on in the future? Find out in The
12/3/2009

A Tour of the Clouds
Read this article to discover some of the basic ideas behind the cloud computing phenomenon—a concept that might change the way we understand the computing process. The term “cloud computing” might be the next biggest trend in the IT industry. Jorge Garcia explains some of the basic ideas behind cloud computing—and how it may help your organization in the future.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: A Tour of the Clouds A Tour of the Clouds Jorge García - June 22, 2010 Read Comments While the word Internet has been one of the most important computer terms in recent history, there has not been another term as attractive as “cloud computing.” Today, this term could be representing the next biggest trend in the information technology industry. This article will explain some of the basic ideas behind the cloud computing phenomenon—a concept that might change the way we understand the computing
6/22/2010 10:15:00 AM

E-Mail Enabled Groupware
Through implementing a

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: E-Mail Enabled Groupware E-Mail Enabled Groupware P. Hayes - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Market Overview The concept of the Universal Inbox or the Unified Inbox are the underlying currents driving the messaging marketplace today. A Universal Inbox enables a user to retrieve all forms of electronic communication from one access point. These forms contain, but are not limited to, e-mail, voice mail, fax, imaging, workflow and document management. Through implementing a Universal Inbox a user is
12/1/1999

Secure Your Search Engine
Webservers running the search engines are vulnerable to a serious security compromises. Without careful implementation, user passwords and logins can be stolen, and the entire server could be brought to its knees by hackers.

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10/26/1999

Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to users, vendors, and the products themselves?

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: Intel Server Trends Intel Server Trends R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Introduction: The product space being examined is Intel-based servers (still known as PC servers in some areas). In this note, we will examine how five key trends affect users, vendors, and the product(s). In the Intel-based server market, there are five trends of note: Market consolidation Consolidation of servers within a company Focused functionality, e.g., server appliances Movement toward
5/9/2000

Antidisintermediation
The mantra of most e-commerce ventures is usually “Change the way that business is done.” eSprocket thinks that the way business is done is just fine, thank you. Their goal is to enable instead of replace.

EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH PROBLEM: Antidisintermediation Antidisintermediation D. Geller - May 31, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - May 31, 2000 Event Summary There are $400 billion worth of used capital equipment to be traded. eSprocket wants to bring the business online without bypassing the processes and brokers that make it work. eSprocket observes that less than 5 percent of this huge market occurs in auctions. The reason, they suggest, is that used capital equipment items are not commodity items, as new ones might be. Even beyond the
5/31/2000


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