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CMMS Templates for Effective Implementations
Despite all of these great advances in our work environments the great majority of plants and industrial organizations continue to operate in a reactive state

failed is implementations  possibly leading to a failed state and excessive costs. Again it needs to be noted that this also has severe potential safety and environmental consequences. Of which industry in general is only recently starting to realize. It then becomes obvious that while the content of this particularly simple example, the reliability focused equipment strategies, are of course critical, the management of them is equally as critical. The Decline in Importance The advent of the financial reporting and management Read More

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground
Software as a service is the latest incarnation of the hosting model. The demand for cost efficiency, information technology flexibility, and faster return on

failed is implementations  as an all but failed business model following many real life disasters and the availability, privacy, security, compliance, control, customization, and cost concerns of customers and market observers that ensued. For more information see Hosting Horrors! . In fact, the term ASP was (and still might be) confusing, or incorrectly used. The hosting model involved vendors that were really application aggregators , rather than software developers. These aggregators provided only on-line versions of Read More
Is Baan Clinically Dead?
On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe's No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240

failed is implementations  million from Baan also failed to impress, looking flat after its third quarter revenue of $143 million slid from $195 million in the third quarter of 1998. Baan's third quarter loss at $24.7 million was already below market forecasts, but its chief financial officer Jim Mooney said in November that the company planned to get back in the black in 2000, even allowing for a shift in its product pricing. I'm really surprised by Coleman's departure because [investors and customers] had perceived Coleman as Read More
The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 1: Inexorable Statistics
We take the liberty to expand further on the findings of a report, which was recently released by a renowned research organization, and which pinpoints

failed is implementations  that the percentage of failed implementations is higher in the higher-end of the market. Vendors targeting the lower-end of the market, given a smaller and consequently more manageable customer base and sharper focus, have over time delivered a well-attuned offering to smaller enterprises. This is illustrated in narrower horizontal and deeper vertical functionality, incremental piecemeal deployment to address burning priorities first, and best-practice industry templates, all easing implementations Read More
Your ERP System is Up and Running-Now What?
Congratulations! In your role as middle market CEO, COO, CFO, or CIO you fought the good fight and sponsored your company's ERP project. First you survived

failed is implementations  understand why your backup failed. They just know that they had to spend three straight weekends re-entering lost transaction data into that #*&?%@!! ERP system. Cultivate Your System Your ERP system is capable of performing many functions-and the greatest of these is all of them. At the go-live date, your users are adequately trained in a narrowly defined transaction set. You own meticulously written procedures for the transactions you knew about when you scoped the project-before your business Read More
The Proof Is in the ROI
A well-thought out, comprehensive ROI (return on investment) marketing and sales program is becoming a must in today's difficult business to business (B2B

failed is implementations  Proof Is in the ROI Introduction In helping clients develop their marketing position, I tell them that sooner or later, they have to dig down to uncover the truth about their products. Not what they think (and hope) is the products' true nature and value, or what it was designed to be, but the real, bedrock truth. Digging takes effort, and you may not find what you thought was down there. But it's necessary, because you had better be able to prove any claim you make. Positioning depends on being able Read More
What Is SPAM And How To Stop It
From a user perspective there is no user-friendly SPAM blocking solution.

failed is implementations  Is SPAM And How To Stop It SPAM Defined At the most basic level SPAM is unsolicited electronic communication. End users are frustrated by the vast amounts of junk mail in their inboxes, while ISPs and corporations struggle to block SPAM attacks . In March of 1998 AOL released their 10 Most Wanted Spammer List . The list includes the names of Internet users who continue to send unsolicited e-mail in bulk format. Examples Include: Notoriously Nasty Spammer Subject Line: Free - Over 7400 Adult Read More
SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria
IBM is partnering with WebCriteria to make it possible for users of its SurfAid traffic analysis package to use the WebCriteria product for improved analysis of

failed is implementations  is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria D. Geller - June 6, 2000 Event Summary WebCriteria sells a product that evaluates a website in terms of the reactions of real surfers, as captured in a model (see TEC article Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website? ) . The WebCriteria product, Max, is not a replacement for traditional traffic analysis. It can be a valuable adjunct that provides insight into why the traffic numbers come out the way Read More
Managing On-demand Package Implementations
Why choose on-demand when there are so many integrated software solutions on the market? Because on-demand packages provide a number of benefits that can help

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The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 4: User Recommendations
System integration service provider selections and project planning should involve the same amount of due diligence as business IT strategy definition and

failed is implementations  'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 4: User Recommendations The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 4: User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - July 12, 2002 Executive Summary What has long been a general feeling based on rumors, news headlines and some casual survey reports hidden within analyst houses' vaults and largely inaccessible to mass audience owing to exorbitant subscription fees, has recently been confirmed in a more tangible manner. Namely, many major companies are Read More
Is Your Business Ready for ERP?
While small businesses may be able to get by with spreadsheets, growing enterprises need to adopt new, better-suited technology such as enterprise resource

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Hiring on Assumptions Is Not Cost-effective
The importance of resource selection is undervalued in the software industry. But in fact, the resource selection process is directly related to software

failed is implementations  on Assumptions Is Not Cost-effective The importance of resource selection is undervalued in the software industry. But in fact, the resource selection process is directly related to software development mission success. The in-house interview process typically fails to achieve comprehensive in-depth skills assessment, and is not cost-effective. However, you can improve matters by integrating external technical skills assessment expertise into the hiring process. Read More
How to Cope When Your Service Provider is Acquired
Challenges are aplenty when a vendor is acquired. Financial health is no longer a safe indicator to gauge a vendor's future during this mega merger era. Knowing

failed is implementations  to Cope When Your Service Provider is Acquired Challenges Proving that the applications market would remain competitive and innovative was key to Oracle winning the antitrust lawsuit launched against it by the US government. The government spent a year before launching its suit to determine if Oracle's hostile takeover of PeopleSoft would result in a duopoly, thereby violating US antitrust laws. After months of expert testimony, US District Court Judge Vaughn Walker ruled that competition was pervasive Read More
Fast-path Implementations - Are They Good or Bad?
Over the last few years the market has seen a plethora of fixed-scope and fixed-price applications, pre-packaged vertical solutions with industry templates

failed is implementations  path Implementations - Are They Good or Bad? Introduction  Do you remember the TV show Name That Tune ? It was popular in the 50's and 60's so only the more senior members of the readers will remember it. Contestants bid for the right to Name That Tune by bidding lower and lower the number of notes they would hear as a clue. I can name that tune in five notes , said the first player. I can name that tune in four notes , said the second. Three , said the first, and so on. This old game reminds Read More

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