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Can ERP Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions have to work with many other systems, not just ERP, so integration is not a new issue for PLM vendors. Most PLM

functional requirements examples  should weigh the deeper functional depth of best of breed vendors against the value of pre-integrated solutions from their ERP providers. About the Author Jim Brown has over 15 years of experience in management consulting and application software focused on the manufacturing industries. Jim is a recognized expert in software solutions for manufacturing and has broad knowledge of applying Product Lifecycle Management, ERP, Supply Chain Planning, Supply Chain Execution, and e-business applications to Read More

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Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Three: Made2Manage Market Impact and User Recommendations
Smaller manufacturing enterprises are often more comfortable dealing with a vendor of a size and corporate culture similar to theirs. Examples of these markets

functional requirements examples  specific technological and germane functional capabilities. At least, Agilisys Automotive should be evaluated to raise the bar for other vendors in the contest in terms of demonstrating their EDI, ANX, release accounting, Just-in-sequence (JIS), repetitive purchasing, integrated barcode printing, lean manufacturing, and other e-Business processes pertinent to the automotive industry. Also, the products' compliance with the most common industry standards such as Ford MS-9000 , Automotive Industry Action Read More
Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit
During the process of product selection a great deal of attention is given to the functional capabilities of the software being evaluated. While this aspect is

functional requirements examples  order to evaluate the functional abilities of products being considered. Unfortunately, many companies neglect to investigate the technological underpinnings of these products during the evaluation phase. This can lead to the purchase of a product which is functionally excellent, but difficult (or impossible) to support in the customer's environment. This document is designed to help craft a series of Technical Architecture meetings with vendors that can begin to explain the how of a vendor's Read More
Magic Quadrant for B2B Gateway Providers
Business-to-business (B2B) gateway solutions have matured to the point where they can support a wide range of projects. However, there are still functional

functional requirements examples  areas of substantial product functional differentiation remain, including overall product maturity, scalability, service-oriented architecture (SOA) service enablement, architectural coherence and community management. Vendors also differ substantially in terms of price/value, market understanding, market share, industry domain expertise, international strategies, global sales and support, and ' last but not least ' customer experience. MAGIC QUADRANT Market Overview The B2B gateway software market is Read More
Insights to Accelerate Services Growth: Account Management, Service Metrics, and Customer Dashboards
A service business should be managed and measured based on the maturity of the business and the specific requirements of its customers. To take this approach

functional requirements examples  Owner Additional Data Sources Functional Data Aggregation Supplier Data Access Large Account Focus Customer Total Cost Metrics Customer Productivity Metrics Cross-Functional Team Multiple Data Systems X-Function Data Aggregation Customer Data Access Customer Experience Map Account management teams that are armed with metrics, reports and analyses that are populated from different departments and databases can have more immediate impact. By definition, the team’s information is richer, providing for a Read More
Getting Business Requirements Right: Fixing the Highest-leverage Stages in the System Development Life Cycle
The later in the system development life cycle (SDLC) major errors are discovered, the more expensive it is to fix them. In fact, errors in released software

functional requirements examples  Business Requirements Right: Fixing the Highest-leverage Stages in the System Development Life Cycle The later in the system development life cycle (SDLC) major errors are discovered, the more expensive it is to fix them. In fact, errors in released software are up to 80 times more expensive to fix than defects in the specification stage. That’s why you should adopt a methodology that brings the early stages of the SDLC up to a high level of maturity, in a way that’s consistent, proven, and 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 examples  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
Sowing the seeds of Success: Leveraging Traceability & Mobility to Achieve a Competitive Advantage in the Produce Industry
Over the last five years, leaders in the produce industry have leveraged elements of traceability requirements to increase their competitive advantage; however,

functional requirements examples  the seeds of Success: Leveraging Traceability & Mobility to Achieve a Competitive Advantage in the Produce Industry Over the last five years, leaders in the produce industry have leveraged elements of traceability requirements to increase their competitive advantage; however, more recent innovations in today’s technology, including those related to mobility, are making opportunities from these gains ever more significant as they enable a more cohesive connection among growers, distributors, process Read More
Soffront Tackles Service Industry Requirements with New Scheduling Module
Soffront Software Inc. has announced the addition of a new scheduling module to its CRM solution. According to the press release, the module has been built with

functional requirements examples  Tackles Service Industry Requirements with New Scheduling Module Soffront Software Inc. has announced the addition of a new scheduling module  to its CRM solution. According to the press release, the module has been built with the help of Soffront's largest service consumers. The product targets commercial cleaning, maintenance, security systems, and guard and armor car services, among other industries. The module allows service providers to: define service contracts, handle employee Read More
Understanding BI: The Top 10 Business Questions That Drive Your BI Technology Requirements
Read this white paper to learn the questions you should be asking to determine your business intelligence technology requirements and better understand your BI

functional requirements examples  BI: The Top 10 Business Questions That Drive Your BI Technology Requirements Read this white paper to learn the questions you should be asking to determine your business intelligence technology requirements and better understand your BI solution needs. Read More
Five Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability
Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability

functional requirements examples  Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability requirements related to stringent FDA and USDA regulations. For you to take advantage of these sophisticated new tools, there are five critical software requirements your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software should meet. Download this white paper to find out what they Read More
7 Essential Tips to Ensure Success with Requirements Management
Whatever you’re building, your company’s success relies on your development team’s success. The path to building great software is through requirements

functional requirements examples  Essential Tips to Ensure Success with Requirements Management Whatever you’re building, your company’s success relies on your development team’s success. The path to building great software is through requirements management. Companies that embrace this concept experience fewer errors and frustration, faster planning and development cycles—and they’re able to deliver higher quality products. Learn about seven essential tips for success with requirements management. Read More
NetSuite: ERP for SMB Competitor Analysis Report
The accounting and ERP for small and medium businesses (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In

functional requirements examples  (SMB) evaluation model targets functional requirements for a fully featured accounting solution. In addition to supporting accounting requirements, it is applicable for those researching an ERP system suitable for small and medium businesses (SMB). It includes categories such as General Ledger, A/P and A/R, Payroll, Job and Project Costing, Multinational Accounting, Manufacturing, Inventory, Technology, and much more. 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 examples  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
Selecting a PLM Vendor
PLM enterprise applications should not be selected in a vacuum. The needs and requirements of multiple departments and even business partners must be

functional requirements examples  should weigh the deeper functional depth of best of breed vendors against the value of pre-integrated solutions from their ERP providers. However, do not automatically assume that the solution from your ERP vendor is integrated. Integration, particularly business level integration of concepts and semantics, is difficult work for your vendor as for you. Look for tight alignment and strategic investment from your ERP vendor. About the Authors Predrag Jakovljevic is a research director with Technology Read More
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