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The Ghost in the Machine: Where Has Process Automation Left the Consumer?
Business process automation is all very well and good. After all, nothing succeeds like success, especially automated success. But what is the effect of

flow chart shapes  is part of a flow chart. If you're not in the know, it's a bit disconcerting to learn, for example, that some enterprises track events such as when you use your automated teller machine (ATM) bank card. Perhaps more importantly, they track non-events, such as when you do not. See Marketing Automation: Coming of Age Slowly and What Drives Profitability for more information on this art form. The build it and they will come philosophy is outdated to some extent, as the information age has led to an Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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Gaining Competitive Advantage through Global Product Development
Product development is a mission-critical process. And it can also be very expensive. But thanks to modern computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided

flow chart shapes  changes, and automate the flow of information between members of the product development team. Like CAD, a baseline of information and process control is a critical prerequisite to avoid disabling chaos during the transition to, and ongoing operation of, Global Product Development. Get Global. The introduction of Internet-based collaboration technologies enables the establishment of virtual team rooms that allow dynamic sharing of digital product information across both geographic and company Read More...
Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and

flow chart shapes  have speeded up. Orders flow through a web portal and bids can be solicited from pre-qualified suppliers. Agents now audit factories in real time with hand-held computers. Clients are able to monitor the details of every stage of an order, from the initial production run to shipping. One of the most important technologies has turned out to be videoconferencing. It allows buyers and manufacturers to examine the colour of a material or the stitching on a garment. Before, we weren't able to send a 500MB Read More...
Demand-Driven Strategies for Complex Manufacturing
Many manufacturing companies have adopted or are considering the adoption of a demand-driven strategy. However, if you want to be demand-driven, you aren’t

flow chart shapes  are choosing Lean Manufacturing, Flow Manufacturing, Demand Flow® Technology or maybe even Agile Manufacturing. We are not here to argue the merits of any one of these, but to recognize that if demand-driven you want to be, you aren't going to achieve it without adopting many of the tools, techniques and prin- ciples that commonly reside within all of them. Often which strategy you choose will be driven by the degree of your desire, willingness or ability to change the way you do business. Some Read More...
Business Process Management Notations within Business Process Management
Business process management notation (BPMN) is an initiative to increase standardization within process modeling. What are the principles of BPMN, and what is

flow chart shapes  display activities and work flow in the order of execution. The user simply models the events that occur from the start of a process, all the way through to the end result, with the notations defined by BPMN standards. Understanding the Principles of BPMN To be able to understand the principle of BPMN, organizations should know what makes a business process diagram BPMN-compliant. What are the basic elements used within BPMN? These graphical objects enable easy development of business diagrams and flow Read More...
Balanced PLM Programs Drive Profitable Growth
For manufacturers that lack a well-structured product lifecycle management (PLM) program, the instantaneous flow of information only speeds up confusion

flow chart shapes  (PLM) program, the instantaneous flow of information only speeds up confusion, duplication of effort, and poor decision making. Find out how a SaaS-based ERP solution is essential for creating an effective, comprehensive integrated PLM program that improves productivity, accuracy, and decision making—and ultimately increases company profitability. Read More...
e-Intelliprise
e-Intelliprise is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package supporting discrete and flow manufacturing with inventory control, purchasing, customer order

flow chart shapes  package supporting discrete and flow manufacturing with inventory control, purchasing, customer order processing, and financial software modules. Read More...
ERP Traceability: Beyond the Hype
Tracing the flow of lots and components used in manufacturing operations is vital to industries that must comply with strict quality mandates and governmental

flow chart shapes  the Hype Tracing the flow of lots and components used in manufacturing operations is vital to industries that must comply with strict quality mandates and governmental regulations. Comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions offer value when they are specifically geared to high-precision manufacturers. Know the ERP traceability features needed to continuously improve quality and maintain compliance with mandates. Read More...
Epicor ERP
The Epicor ERP solution combines Web 2.0 concepts with the Epicor True SOA™ business architecture. Epicor ERP embedded capabilities can help companies

flow chart shapes  help companies manage the flow of processes, and exchange information, across the enterprise. Read More...
Managing Global Trade Flows
In global trade, the flow of information must support the tracking and management of the goods to enable the secure and compliant entry and exit to and from

flow chart shapes  trade requires managing the flow of goods, funds, and information. That is to say, the flow of information must support the tracking and management of the goods to enable the secure and compliant entry and exit to and from countries for the correct funds to flow to eligible business and trading partners. Part Three of the Will 2005 Validate the Realm of GTM—Unifying Financial and Physical Supply Chains series. Regarding the flow of goods , it is important to manage the processes around areas such as Read More...
Finding the Right BPM Solution-and Making It Work for You
In a previous blog post, I discussed the importance of data management capabilities of a business intelligence (BI) solution. To recap briefly, the Pareto chart

flow chart shapes  the Right BPM Solution-and Making It Work for You In a  previous blog post , I discussed the importance of data management capabilities of a business intelligence (BI) solution . To recap briefly, the Pareto chart below reveals the most sought-after functionalities of BI software solutions according to TEC data, with data management and business performance management (BPM) coming out on top. Now let’s discuss the second most popular functionality of a BI solution: BPM. Many organizations today Read More...
Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust?
Learn how receivable dashboards allow you to keep track of your customers’ payment more efficiently and improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good

flow chart shapes  improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good collections management system could significantly increase your return on investment (ROI). Read More...
Customer Relationship Management Showdown: Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Oncontact CRM vs. SageCRM
For this Showdown, we looked at all three of the main CRM modules: sales force automation, marketing automation, and customer service and support. To eliminate

flow chart shapes  Relationship Management Showdown: Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Oncontact CRM vs. SageCRM Customer Relationship Management Showdown: Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. SageCRM vs. Oncontact CRM Hi, I’m Larry Blitz, editor of Technology Evaluation Centers’ (TEC) Vendor Showdown series. Today's Showdown pits three leading customer relationship management (CRM) vendors’ solutions against each other in a head-to-head contest: Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Oncontact CRM vs. SageCRM . We hope you find this Read More...
Intentia Braces For Its Ongoing Roller-Coaster Ride Part 1
Intentia remains solid, with a broad product portfolio footprint and a slight increase in revenue, despite vacillating financial results. The company still

flow chart shapes  its Q1 2002 cash flow situation. In issue no.23, the Swedish publication Affrsvrlden published an article that compared, in terms of liquidity, the financial situations of a selection of the IT companies listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The article generated a great deal of attention and was cited by a variety of other media sources. The first quarter is traditionally the one in which Intentia's cash flow is affected by once-a-year payments such as employee bonuses for the previous year. In the Read More...

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