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Business Intelligence
The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make

extensible business processes  and processing reports An extensible architecture and open interfaces for embedding reports or integrating the solution indiverse IT environments. As an integrated part of the Microsoft business intelligence platform, Reporting Services helps companies control costs while improving decision making at all organizational levels. Reporting Services Technical Overview Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services is designed with a modular, distributed architecture to ensure both scalability and flexibility. Read More...
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)
Business process outsourcing (BPO) services manage critical front- and back-office processes that can include human resources and accounting as well as customer-related services such as contact cen...
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Business Intelligence Vendors
Current pure play business intelligence (BI) leaders offer the advantage of superior analytics and planning capabilities; however, enterprise resource planning

extensible business processes  is an open and extensible platform supporting the authoring, management, and delivery of rich, interactive reports to enterprise users. Presented in the Microsoft Windows environment, the platform delivers near real-time BI to support daily operations and decisions. The integration with Geac MPC provides Reporting Services with direct, intuitive connectivity to budgeting, planning, consolidation, and forecasting data within the Geac performance management suite. This brings us to Microsoft and its Read More...
Bean Counter to Business Leader: 5 Strategies for the CFO
The role of the chief financial officer (CFO) is evolving, but due to pressures to meet financial reporting requirements, there’s still a strong pull toward

extensible business processes  in the future. XBRL eXtensible Business Reporting Language, or XBRL, provides a way of coding financial documents such that key data and commentary can be easily found and compared. Depending on company size, and whether they are reporting using GAAP or IFRS, public companies in the US will be required to incorporate XBRL into their financial statements between now and 2011. XBRL isn't only about transparency and consistency in external reporting, however. Once a company has tagged their financials to Read More...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management: Part 5
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

extensible business processes  it available in an extensible markup language (XML ) format or as database tables or delimited files for use in business intelligence (BI ) systems and integrated process reporting purposes. The remaining two new tools include the Virtual Enterprise Repository (VER) and the Autonomic Event Services (EAS) that were briefly mentioned in Part 4 . The VER repository offers a library of ready to use Web services  set up by system administrators. Process analysts or line of business (LOB) managers can Read More...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series provided a lengthy discussion about business process management’s (BPM's) necessary parts and parcels, and the software category’s

extensible business processes  that end, flexible, self-expanding extensible markup language (XML )-based data structures make it easy to capture whatever data, attachments, images, or other content may be appropriate, so that users can always have the right information at hand. Web services , e-mail notifications, and so on are all treated through a common software architecture , to ensure that processes designed for one particular channel can be leveraged in a multi-channel environment. The second “R” stands for route . To that Read More...
Lean Business Intelligence: Why and How Enterprises Are Moving To Self-service Business Intelligence
Today’s knowledge workers spend more time sorting though a huge amount of information and less time adding value to it. Enterprises have responded by moving to

extensible business processes  Business Intelligence: Why and How Enterprises Are Moving To Self-service Business Intelligence Today’s knowledge workers spend more time sorting though a huge amount of information and less time adding value to it. Enterprises have responded by moving to a self-service business intelligence (BI) model. But that often conflicts with efforts to control, secure, centralize, and optimize their BI environments. Learn how you can get the right data now, while maintaining information quality and Read More...
Business Services and Consulting
There are several ways to define the business services and consulting industry, but they all make a clear distinction between business services (services a

extensible business processes  Services and Consulting There are several ways to define the business services and consulting industry, but they all make a clear distinction between business services (services a client cannot or does not want to perform in-house) and consulting (services that will improve a client's activities). Of course, these two different types of activities can be combined into one, depending on the client's requirements. However, the line between the two types is sometimes blurry. For instance, a company Read More...
Why Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies: Following the Road Map to Success
Most large enterprises significantly improve their revenue and profitability by deploying business intelligence (BI) technology. But if you are a small or

extensible business processes  Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies: Following the Road Map to Success Most large enterprises significantly improve their revenue and profitability by deploying business intelligence (BI) technology. But if you are a small or midsize enterprise (SME) does an investment in BI make sense for you, and how should you deploy the various components of BI technology to achieve success? Read this paper to see how BI can enable your SME organization to grow and profit by leveraging its core Read More...
Matching the Correct Phone System to Your Business
Are you spending more time than you anticipated shopping for a new business phone system? This comprehensive listing reviews leading phone systems on the market

extensible business processes  the Correct Phone System to Your Business Are you spending more time than you anticipated shopping for a new business phone system? This comprehensive listing reviews leading phone systems on the market for small-size businesses; medium-size businesses (includes both on-premises and hosted solutions); and enterprise-level businesses. This guide will help streamline your search for a new phone system, so you focus on those systems that are appropriate for your needs. Read More...
Business Process Overview: Business Intelligence
Increased global competition, pricing pressure, and the need to rationalize resources have made business and operational measurement vital on all organizational

extensible business processes  Process Overview: Business Intelligence Increased global competition, pricing pressure, and the need to rationalize resources have made business and operational measurement vital on all organizational levels. That’s why business intelligence and data warehousing tools are no longer only for the exclusive use of financial controllers. Instead, they are everyday tools across company divisions, giving relevant and efficient information overviews of all areas of responsibility. Read More...
BUSINESS FIRST: Business Process Management (BPM) Competitor Analysis Report
Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which

extensible business processes  FIRST: Business Process Management (BPM) Competitor Analysis Report Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which involves employees, customers, partners, applications, and databases. Read More...
Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of SME On-premise Business Management Applications and SAP Business ByDesign
This document analyzes the cost of ownership for a typical on-premise small and medium enterprise (SME) business management system, and compares it to the cost

extensible business processes  the Total Cost of Ownership of SME On-premise Business Management Applications and SAP Business ByDesign This document analyzes the cost of ownership for a typical on-premise small and medium enterprise (SME) business management system, and compares it to the cost of an equivalent SAP Business ByDesign implementation. It uses a mixture of different on-premise systems rather than any single vendor's product. Although there are many similarly equipped business management products available, they Read More...
Creating Business Value through Location-based Intelligence
Despite growth in online and virtual commerce, a business transaction or event happens at some location. The growing volume of data can yield interesting and

extensible business processes  Business Value through Location-based Intelligence Despite growth in online and virtual commerce, a business transaction or event happens at some location. The growing volume of data can yield interesting and surprising insight in relation to the location of events, transactions, and behaviors, enabling informed business decisions for increased operational efficiencies, revenue growth, etc. Know the value of location within both operational and analytical applications. Read More...
American Business Systems, Inc.
Based out of Chelmsford, Massachusetts (US), American Business Systems (ABS) develops and markets microcomputer-based accounting software intended for small and

extensible business processes  Business Systems, Inc. Based out of Chelmsford, Massachusetts (US), American Business Systems (ABS) develops and markets microcomputer-based accounting software intended for small and medium-sized enterprises. Since the introduction of its first accounting solution for single-user microcomputers in 1980, the firm's ABS Accounting System has successfully passed Big Six certification standards and today the software is sold internationally with applications available in both English and Spanish. ABS Read More...

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