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Reconnecting with a Tried-and-True Manufacturing ERP Vendor
What has QAD, a leading provider of enterprise applications for global manufacturing companies, been up to lately? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic

executive briefing examples  Karl Lopker, QAD’s chief executive officer (CEO) and Pamela’s husband (the couple owns 60 percent of QAD). The rest is history: in 1984, QAD launched its flagship enterprise resource planning (ERP) product MFG/PRO , which was built using Progress Software's Fourth Generation Language (4GL) and relational database (known today as the Progress OpenEdge platform). Then operating in the newly emerging open systems arena, MFG/PRO was one of the first software applications built for manufacturers following Read More
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Executive Management Platform
Domo Executive Management Platform combines a powerful back end that sits on top of and connects into any existing system where data lives, including those

executive briefing examples  Management Platform Domo Executive Management Platform combines a powerful back end that sits on top of and connects into any existing system where data lives, including those for customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, human resources, and financials, as well as any data repository or current reporting system.Domo seamlessly delivers real-time intelligence from all those sources into one browser-based view, accessible across any device. Domo's back end scales to thousands Read More
The Innovator’s Toolbox: Empowering the Next Wave of Difference Makers
The need for innovation is gaining prominence on the executive agenda. But, just how do organizations identify the most promising ideas and translate these

executive briefing examples  gaining prominence on the executive agenda. But, just how do organizations identify the most promising ideas and translate these ideas into successful products? Learn the answer to this question by examining how leading companies empower their innovators with tools and strategies that allow them to leverage ideas and knowledge to develop a steady stream of new and profitable products. Read More
UNIT4 Appoints New CEO, José Duarte
UNIT4, the Netherlands-based ERP company, has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer (CEO), José Duarte, and plans for the current CEO Chris

executive briefing examples  of a new chief executive officer (CEO),  José Duarte , and plans for the current CEO  Chris Ouwinga  to move from the corner office to the position of non-executive director and chairman on a new single-tier board governance structure. José Duarte joins UNIT4 after having spent considerable time at SAP, most recently as president of global services and corporate officer from January 2011 to May 2012. Mr. Duarte joined SAP in 1993, and was country manager of Portugal for a time, before rising to the Read More
Mega-vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 1
At the time when my recent “SaaSy Discussions” series was already being published, I had an update briefing and great discussion with Colleen Niven Smith, vice

executive briefing examples  vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 1 At the time when  my recent “SaaSy Discussions” series  was already being published, I had an update briefing and great discussion with  Colleen Niven Smith, vice president of software-as-a-service (SaaS) initiatives at Progress Software . Smith and Progress Software’s findings on SaaS industry dynamics concur with my assertions that growth of SaaS-based offerings is expected to outpace traditional on-site enterprise applications business in the Read More
8 CRM Essentials: An Executive Guide to the Must-have Elements of Every Successful CRM Initiative
It’s no secret that winning and retaining customers is the key to growth and success. But that’s no small feat, with ever-increasing customer demands, as well

executive briefing examples  CRM Essentials: An Executive Guide to the Must-have Elements of Every Successful CRM Initiative 8 CRM Essentials: An Executive Guide to the Must-have Elements of Every Successful CRM Initiative If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. The Salesforce.com Foundation was created to apply the core strengths of salesforce.com to help organizations further their social mission, deepen their impact, and better the lives of those in Read More
Tier 3 And Tier 4 ... Where Do You Go If You Don't Know, What You Don't Know.
If you are an executive in a Tier 3 or Tier 4 manufacturing company and you have wondered where to start, whom to call, what questions to ask, this article is

executive briefing examples  an over dependence on executive seminars as a method to stay abreast of newer business practices. Seminars are a good source but should not be the only source. Unfortunately, independent business consultants are cost prohibitive for companies who need them most. How then, do executives acclimate themselves to current methods, practices, and business issues. For example, where does the General Manager of a $15m manufacturing company go to get preliminary information about ERP Systems? Where can the Read More
Executive Report: the New CFO Challenge
In the report a complete view of the enterprise, by CFO research services, you can see how tracking financial data as well as operational indicator...

executive briefing examples  Report: the New CFO Challenge One thing is clear: the role of the CFO has transformed into something much more than just analyzing spreadsheets. Your CFO must now bridge the gap between operational and financial planning in order to provide a complete view of your organization to the board of directors, investors, and governmental entities alike. CFOs are tasked with the responsibility of leading planning efforts that are more thorough, reliable, and efficient than before—which is especially Read More
Process PLM Vendor Sequencia Adds Portfolio Management
Sequencia extends its Process Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) offering with portfolio management, leading the impact of the solution into the executive suite

executive briefing examples  visibility of PLM at executive levels. Market Impact Sequencia is developing a very broad product. With this announcement, they are now strong at the highest level (portfolio), adding to existing function from idea generation, through the project team (projects, collaboration), through design (R&D, collaboration), all the way to the plant floor. The power of PLM is in the integration of the business processes across the different levels. Giving greater visibility within management, we expect this to Read More
Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Three: Made2Manage Market Impact and User Recommendations
Smaller manufacturing enterprises are often more comfortable dealing with a vendor of a size and corporate culture similar to theirs. Examples of these markets

executive briefing examples  to meet with vendors' executives and understand the management team, the respective company's financial picture and how the vendors' plans fit with customers' future. They should clarify and enforce their support status and the long-term product alliances, product development and migration strategy with the new management. Users will also benefit from approaching the vendor in case and informing themselves about what the company plans for future service & support of its older product releases are and Read More
Management for Next-generation Multi-service System Networks
The history of telecommunications management is rife with examples of good technology failing to meet business requirements. Historically, while business has

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Enterprise Mobility: Executive Perspectives on Mobile Business Applications
Based on a survey of finance executives from across Canada, this white paper offers perspectives of senior financial managers on the widespread use of mobile

executive briefing examples  Mobility: Executive Perspectives on Mobile Business Applications Based on a survey of finance executives from across Canada, this white paper offers perspectives of senior financial managers on the widespread use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets in the workforce. It also determines what finance executives see as the drivers and benefits of the use of mobile business applications, as well as the most critical challenges and consequences, including cost and risk. Read More
Executive Brief: Mobility, Security Concerns, and Avoidance
Data drives business today, as IT managers and security executives face enormous pressure to use data effectively and securely. They require quick, agile

executive briefing examples  Brief: Mobility, Security Concerns, and Avoidance Data drives business today, as IT managers and security executives face enormous pressure to use data effectively and securely. They require quick, agile transmission of data via a wide number of communication channels and devices, with smartphones and tablets being an increasingly prevalent data consumption device. Read this report and know the mobile challenges, as well as the elements for securing your corporate mobile strategy. BEGINLYX Read More
Executive Guide to Business and Software Requirements
The concept of getting business requirements right sounds straightforward. However, flawed requirements trigger 70 percent of project failures. The larger the

executive briefing examples  Guide to Business and Software Requirements The concept of getting business requirements right sounds straightforward. However, flawed requirements trigger 70 percent of project failures. The larger the number of stakeholder groups involved, and the more complex the processes, the more likely a project will fail. Success in large projects is not just about completeness, but also about getting complete requirements information early in the development process. Read More

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