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Essential ERP - Its Functional Scope
ERP applications are designed to optimize an organization's underlying business processes - accounting/financial, manufacturing, distribution, and human

functional requirements example  resources. The Three Major Functional areas of ERP are as follows: Manufacturing & Logistics Finance & Accounting Human Resources & Payroll. Manufacturing & Logistics This encompasses a group of applications for planning production, taking orders, and delivering products to the customer. Some of its most common modules and their high-level functions are: Operations (Production) planning - Performs capacity planning and creates a daily production schedule for a company's manufacturing plants. It involves Read More...
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Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report
According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects

functional requirements example  delivering beyond the original functionality specification. IT-managed requirements analysis: Generally performed better on budget and time than the non-IT business analysts, but delivered less functionality than was expected by the business. Jointly owned requirements analysis: This was found to be the optimal approach, with the lowest overall time and budget expenditure and generally on-target application delivery. Who Owned Primary Responsibility for Requirements? Budget % of target Time % of target Read More...
Federal Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements
Companies that are not already offering the capabilities of meeting the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies will likely not be able to tap the

functional requirements example  development (R&D) funds in functional enhancements as to be ahead (or at least abreast) of the pack will be a significant challenge for a smaller vendor. Further, the broader enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) applications continue to grab headlines as a realistic way to reduce expenses and increase revenues. For one, maintaining an adequate level of repair or service parts inventory based on forecasted equipment usage can prevent already limited Read More...
Software as a Service's Functional Catch-up
Software-as-a-service solutions are emerging to address almost every business application need considered

functional requirements example  are letting developers add functional bells and whistles to the user experience while reducing data transport and response time requirements. Consequently, vendors lately have built SaaS applications that offer such traditional SCM features as distribution and transportation requirements planning, inventory optimization, material and transportation sourcing, and advanced planning and scheduling (APS). JRG Software , which CDC Software (a Ross Systems ' parent) acquired in early 2006, is tackling one of Read More...
Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors Part One: Software Requirements for Retail
Although the retail and wholesale customers have typically invested a low proportion of their total revenues in information technology, retail industry leaders

functional requirements example  changes, grocers have additional functional requests for the applications that would help them track on-sales velocity, spoilage, and the profitability of all items. On the other hand, the fashion and apparel industry also has abundant challenges. Enterprises are challenged to remain competitive in this fast-moving, volatile environment by gaining control over inventories and costs, enhancing efficiencies and slim margins. Some of the more specific business, marketing, and operational challenges include Read More...
What CRM Should Have Taught IT (although not getting the message is not entirely IT's fault)
IT hasn't properly supported CRM because it hasn't understood either its importance or its requirements. The advent of CRM exacerbated a serious, pre-existing

functional requirements example  complex set of unfamiliar, cross-functional business requirements, demonstrates this principle far more visibly and vividly than any preceding wave of new technology . With CRM, the misalignment issues are right out there, front and center, for all to see—including CRM implementations blowing up in Technicolor because the technology does not begin to fulfill the business requirements of sales, marketing and customer service. Or worse yet, because the technology tries to dictate the business Read More...
Ease SOX Requirements with IBS Software
The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) addresses the issues of corporate fiscal accountability, accounting standards and practices, and reporting, as well as investor

functional requirements example  SOX Requirements with IBS Software The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) addresses the issues of corporate fiscal accountability, accounting standards and practices, and reporting, as well as investor confidence in publicly owned corporations. SOX thus presents challenges to satisfy regulatory requirements, as well as opportunities to improve processes. That's why SOX compliance can be aided by an integrated, automated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Read More...
How to Meet Regulatory Log Requirements with NetIQ
Many of today’s regulations require that organizations retain, archive, and protect log data from systems, applications, and network devices, and that the log

functional requirements example  to Meet Regulatory Log Requirements with NetIQ Many of today’s regulations require that organizations retain, archive, and protect log data from systems, applications, and network devices, and that the log data be reviewed periodically. However, given the size and complexity of most enterprise environments, collecting and managing the sheer deluge of information is beyond the capabilities of human-based resources. Discover how NetIQ Security Manager can help. Read More...
Getting Consensus on Business Requirements: Tips and Traps
Out of 100 IT projects, 94 will start over again at least once. Before your company launches its next package implementation or upgrade, make sure you don’t

functional requirements example  Consensus on Business Requirements: Tips and Traps Out of 100 IT projects, 94 will start over again at least once. Before your company launches its next package implementation or upgrade, make sure you don’t cripple the project from the start. Make sure your company has a clear understanding of how important the requirements definition stage is, and carries it out properly. Most importantly, find out about tools and ideas you can put into practice immediately. Read More...
Leveraging Change Control to Meet PCI Requirements
Identity theft and credit card fraud affect all businesses—and the problem is only getting worse. In order to combat these threats, credit card companies have

functional requirements example  Change Control to Meet PCI Requirements Identity theft and credit card fraud affect all businesses—and the problem is only getting worse. In order to combat these threats, credit card companies have joined forces to introduce the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). For financial institutions, complying with PCI DSS by using real-time monitoring and selective enforcement software can help to relieve the burden of unauthorized changes. Read More...
LogRhythm and SOX Compliance
In order for a business to stay on top of compliance requirements required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)—and avoid financial penalties or possible jail time

functional requirements example  and SOX Compliance In order for a business to stay on top of compliance requirements required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)—and avoid financial penalties or possible jail time—it must take a good look at its IT environment and financial reporting processes. The collection, management, and analysis of log data are integral to meeting SOX requirements and as such, require a system that automates these processes across the IT infrastructure. Read More...

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