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Seeking Vendors, the Early Part of Selection
How do you figure out, from within a large range of software vendors, which vendors to start evaluating? I'm curious to see some feedback on what most people

formal methods example  you don't use a formal process to identify vendors for evaluation, you still have to come up with a few high-level criteria. 1) Some companies look into a few of the large, well-known vendors because they're well-known. 2) Some companies hear what their competitors or partners have implemented and figure that's a good place to start (or eliminate, depending on how the story goes). 3) Other companies search the Web, looking into what Google spits out. The first example you might address as criteria about Read More
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Employee Training in a Recession
Organizations reassessing their staffing levels are both reducing headcount and cutting employee-related expenses, even if training can provide long-term

formal methods example  Organizations reduce or eliminate formal training and informal opportunities for users to learn how to better utilize enterprise systems. This solidifies many users' bad habits and suboptimal processing methods. At the same time, organizations trim staff, resulting in more work among fewer employees. This means even less time for cross-pollination where employees are trained in multiple jobs. Organizational risk is compounded if key employees leave the organization and, as is often the case, user Read More
Technology Vendor--Can You Afford Credibility?
For Technology vendors, credibility is the ability to sell. Credibility is vital, is hard to build, and easy to lose. Building credibility doesn't have to be

formal methods example  items (white papers) and formal items (brochures and web sites.) External media outranks internal media in terms of credibility and includes the press, analysts' reports, etc. Again, some external media is better than others relative to the individual. Taking the two issues, messenger and media, we have a matrix which helps us understand credibility. Figure 1. Credibility Matrix Note that a sales call (verbal media) by a sales rep (lowest credibility messenger) is at the bottom of the credibility ranking Read More
What Size Is Your Business, Really?
I deal with many software professionals, technology business users, consultants, and analysts, and it is interesting to observe that everyone uses the same

formal methods example  be hired and a formal managerial structure should be created that includes the delegation of authority. This stage, however, can be extremely hard for business owners who for years controlled all aspects of their business themselves. I have personally seen this problem in many businesses, in completely different markets and in different countries. Take as another example companies that are in the upper segment of medium-sized businesses at the point where they start operating in multiple countries, Read More
Discussing Leadership and Management with HCM Provider Lumesse’s Daniela Porr
TEC’s Raluca Druta spoke with Lumesse’s Daniela Porr, head of product management for the company’s talent management solution, about diversity and balance in

formal methods example  For instance, a more formal culture encourages leaders to acquire coaching methods and not resort solely to personal charisma and improvisation, while an informal culture makes room for the personal touch of the leader and for more humane interactions. But, if a company slips too much into the formal mode it may become quite flat, bureaucratic, and ultimately suffocating—it can curb regional inspiration and innovation in order to protect central values. And, if a completely informal model is followed, Read More
Transportation Management Systems: The Glue of the Supply Chain
With manufacturing now a global industry, moving product throughout complex supply chains remains a challenge for most organizations. But transportation

formal methods example  Management Systems: The Glue of the Supply Chain Originally published - May 30, 2008 Supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, and as manufacturers create a “value chain” that spans many countries, transportation of final goods or raw materials is a critical component to their business. If goods do not arrive at their destination on time, the manufacturing process will come to a halt and links within the supply chain will break, causing problems for other entities down the chain. Read More
Demand-driven Supply Networks for Small and Medium Business
Lately demand-driven supply networks (DDSN) are a much talked about topic, yet little is written about SMBs and DDSN. By understanding the basics of DDSN, and

formal methods example  driven Supply Networks for Small and Medium Business Introduction In the last year or two there has been much talk about demand-driven supply networks (DDSN). A simple search on Google for DDSN model will return pages of information about DDSN. Despite this and all the noise about small and medium business (SMB) in the enterprise applications arena, information about DDSN for SMBs is virtually nonexistent. The irony of this is that SMBs constitute the majority of the supply chain and yet case studi Read More
The Complex Handling of Complexity in Decision Support Systems
Warren Weaver, an American mathematician known for his work on machine translation and his support for science in the United States, defined the complexity of a

formal methods example  of a problem. Establish formal methods for pricing, marketing, measuring competition, selecting a software solution, etc. Apply these methods to set all the necessary parameters, monitor all faces of the analysis, and finally, to measure all the outcomes against the goals. Consider applying alternative solutions in case of any unexpected situation. Dynamic in Complexity The Fact: In current business operations, the complexity involved in the decision-making process can change frequently, even during the Read More
Energy Management: Driving Value in Industrial Environments
Are you responsible for managing energy in your plant or currently in the process of establishing a formal energy management program? Aberdeen Group surveyed

formal methods example  process of establishing a formal energy management program? Aberdeen Group surveyed 230 executives to understand the success companies are realizing by effectively managing energy. Energy management started as a cost-saving initiative, but is becoming a strategic part of the company’s larger corporate social responsibility program. Learn more. Read More
A Quantitative Comparison of High Efficiency AC vs. DC Power Distribution for Data Centers
This paper presents a detailed quantitative efficiency comparison between the most efficient DC and AC power distribution methods, including an analysis of the

formal methods example  DCIM, data center, data center infrastructure management, DCIM management, DCIM software, DCIM software tools, IT, IT infrastructure, APC by Schneider Electric, data center cooling system, data center PUE, PUE, AC power distribution, DC power distribution Read More
Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results

formal methods example  of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Originally published - February 13, 2004 Justification of ERP Investments* The expected return on investment provides the cost justification and motivation for investing in ERP. There are quantifiable benefits as well as intangible benefits in the ERP investment decision. The quantifiable benefits have a bottom-line impact on profitability, asset turnover, and a potential effect on stock value. This section discusses the Read More
Business Solutions of the Future
The future is tomorrow’s present. Many have tried to predict it using silly or scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies)

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FRx Poised To Permeate Many More General Ledgers Part One: Executive Summary
FRx Software Corporation, a Microsoft company and a part of Microsoft Business Solutions, might be the best example of Microsoft’s coopetitiveness.

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Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

formal methods example  always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be combined to create powerful education opportunities for groups and for individuals. Include personalization in the mix and you have a recipe for almost certain success. It sounds straightforward, but is the implementation of such programs as simple as it seems? Read More
To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question
Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP

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