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Software Selection: A Third Alternative Part One: The Buyer’s Perspective
There are two prevailing approaches for selecting enterprise-wide software: the functions and features approach and the business processes approach. Yet a third

flowcharting as an audit tool  white board sessions, and flowcharting. While you could argue that these activities provide a good learning experience, when time is of the essence, finding effective shortcuts can save the project and preserve the team’s morale. A selection service can help break through this logjam by providing or suggesting features for each functional area, as shown in figure 1. Then it is a simple matter of filling out a worksheet to specify the features desired. The theory is that this “laundry list” of Read More...
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How One Vendor Supplies Agility to Post-implementation Enterprise Systems
Agresso's information warehouse, business process, and reporting and analytics information delivery models are inextricably linked in a virtual cycle. A change

flowcharting as an audit tool  then created in a flowcharting tool, which describes the activities, decisions, and actions to be taken at each stage of the process. The workflow engine is integrated with Microsoft Outlook and Novell GroupWise , so that e-mails seeking approval for financial reporting adjustments can be passed automatically along the pecking order, showing the nature of the approval required, and the individual seeking permission. Reviewers can, depending on the setup of the system, approve the request, reject the Read More...
KXEN, An Important New Asset in the Evolution of SAP Analytics
A couple of weeks ago when I was on briefed on KXEN, the predictive analytics technology provider, I was completely unaware of the deal that was being struck

flowcharting as an audit tool  An Important New Asset in the Evolution of SAP Analytics A couple of weeks ago when I was on briefed on KXEN , the predictive analytics technology provider, I was completely unaware of the deal that was being struck behind the scenes between KXEN and the German software giant SAP, which culminated in KXEN’s acquisition by SAP . The more I think about it, the more this seems to me to be another impactful acquisition by SAP, with KXEN serving as a key driver in the success of SAP’s analytics Read More...
Data Conversion in an ERP Environment
Converting data in any systems implementation is a high wire act. Converting data in an ERP environment should only be undertaken with a safety net, namely a

flowcharting as an audit tool  Conversion in an ERP Environment Introduction Converting data in any systems implementation is a high wire act. Converting data in an ERP environment should only be undertaken with a safety net, namely a well thought-out plan of execution. This article discusses the guidelines for converting data when considering manual or electronic alternatives. First, let me start out by saying that data conversion is not an art form; it's a science. If approached in a reasonable manner, reasonable results can be Read More...
The ROI of Software as a Service
Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go

flowcharting as an audit tool  ROI of Software as a Service Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go pricing. But many firms question the long-term value of SaaS, wondering if the rent-versus-own model has a cost crossover point? Discover how some firms have obtained long-term value with SaaS solutions as SaaS has moved into larger, more strategic deployments. Read More...
An Amateur Software Buyer’s Guide to Outplaying Vendors
Whether it is an enterprise resource planning (ERP), a customer relationship management (CRM), or any other system, acquisition and deployment of enterprise

flowcharting as an audit tool  Amateur Software Buyer’s Guide to Outplaying Vendors Whether it is an enterprise resource planning (ERP), a customer relationship management (CRM), or any other system, acquisition and deployment of enterprise class software is usually a significant move for a company of any size and industry. It leads to disruption of the company’s business activities, so much so that hardly any employee is left unaffected during such a major project. The good news is that software acquisition does not happen Read More...
An ERP Guide to Driving Efficiency
Improving business efficiency is a perennial concern for any company. While many companies employ siloed applications and manual business processes to improve

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Sybase an SAP Company
Founded in 1984 and acquired by SAP in 2010, Sybase manages, analyzes, and develops database and other enterprise technology. Its specialties include data

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Rethinking Customer Service: The Call Center as Corporate Information Hub
At most companies, the customer service department’s primary goal has been to manage complaints as cheaply as possible, not to build enduring relationships with

flowcharting as an audit tool  Customer Service: The Call Center as Corporate Information Hub At most companies, the customer service department’s primary goal has been to manage complaints as cheaply as possible, not to build enduring relationships with customers. This e-book looks at how the call center can help drive a proactive, rather than reactive, approach to business. Experts from the call center world share strategies and shifts that must take place within companies if they are to be vital and nimble in the 21st Read More...
An Overview of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007
Take an in-depth look at Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007. This comprehensive guide includes a detailed overview of the Exchange Server architecture, and

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Selecting an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science?
As there are many different categories of outsourcing services, there are also many outsourcing providers. With many different aspects to consider, how can a

flowcharting as an audit tool  an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science? Introduction Many companies base their outsourcing provider selection on only one aspect of the outsourcing relationship. Some decide on a perception of cultural fit and on the rapport and relationship developed during the sales cycle between the company's senior management and the outsource provider's sales representative and executive team. A number of companies drive their selection process via a checklist-driven, skill-matching process that attempts to Read More...
Bristol Technology Ships Win-to-Lin Migration Tool
Bristol Technology, Inc. has announced shipment of its Windows-to-Linux application-migration tool. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping

flowcharting as an audit tool  Technology Ships Win-to-Lin Migration Tool Event Summary 11/30/99 - Bristol Technology, Inc. has announced shipment of its Windows-to-Linux application-migration tool. Bristol is the Danbury, CT-based company that sued Microsoft Corp. in 1998 for antitrust violations following Microsoft's alleged attempt to substantially raise the price it planned to charge Bristol for a Windows source-code license. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping Tuesday, enables developers to compile Read More...
A Software-as-a-service Primer for Independent Software Vendors
Unlike many over-hyped technology trends of the past, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is producing real business benefits for organizations of all sizes across

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Quote-to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application
Last year, I met an analyst from another firm, and asked him what he thought about quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions, given the relevance between Q2O and the

flowcharting as an audit tool  to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application Last year, I met an analyst from another firm, and asked him what he thought about quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions, given the relevance between Q2O and the conference that I was attending. Not quite surprisingly, the answer I got was, “this kind of application doesn’t have a future.” The conversation didn’t go any further due to limited time but I could imagine that his reasoning might have sounded like this: even though activities from quoting to Read More...
Incident Handling and Response Capability: An IT Security Safeguard Part 1: Are You Ready to Support an Incident Response Capability?
The Internet has few boundaries, thus each business is required to build and implement their own safeguards. Unfortunately, most IT department's requests for

flowcharting as an audit tool  Handling and Response Capability: An IT Security Safeguard Part 1: Are You Ready to Support an Incident Response Capability? Situation An employee logs in at the beginning of the workday and notices the company website was defaced, who would be notified? Common sense dictates to call the IT department or perhaps the webmaster and the next course of action would probably be to take the website off-line, restore the original file, and put it back on-line. Would there be any type of investigation to Read More...

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