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It’s Time to Change the Game
This paper showcases an approach currently in use with the largest, and smallest, game changers across the country to maximize business insight: analytical assessment approach (A3). Learn the three steps defined in A3, as well as uses of the approach across companies of varying sizes and industries. Two cases-in-point are also featured—an American financial services company and a diversified and public manufacturer.

GAME WOLFIELD: Time to Change the Game It’s Time to Change the Game Source: MarketSphere Document Type: White Paper Description: This paper showcases an approach currently in use with the largest, and smallest, game changers across the country to maximize business insight: analytical assessment approach (A3). Learn the three steps defined in A3, as well as uses of the approach across companies of varying sizes and industries. Two cases-in-point are also featured—an American financial services company and a
9/15/2010 11:39:00 AM

UNIT4 Gearing Up for Game Changers in 2013
Read this report by P.J. Jakovljevic’s update on UNIT4 from the Winter 2012 analyst tour in Boston. The Winter 2012 analyst tour was no dull event, and TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic was there to capture it all. UNIT4, one of the top-10 mid-market ERP vendors worldwide, made a number of important announcements about the company’s latest offerings for businesses operating under constant change and its strategy to become cloud focused. Download the report and get all the details, and how they may benefit your company.

GAME WOLFIELD: UNIT4 Gearing Up for Game Changers in 2013 UNIT4 Gearing Up for Game Changers in 2013 Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: The Winter 2012 analyst tour was no dull event, and TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic was there to capture it all. UNIT4, one of the top-10 mid-market ERP vendors worldwide, made a number of important announcements about the company’s latest offerings for businesses operating under constant change and its strategy to become cloud focused.
1/9/2013 12:09:00 PM

Case Study: Emergent Game Technologies
Emergent Game Technologies develops tools and technologies required to build interactive games. Faced with an accounting solution that was causing lost productivity and accounting inaccuracies, the company sought a replacement. Find out how Emergent’s new solution helped it reconcile multiple currencies across multiple subsidiaries, reduce manual data entry and consolidation processes, and streamline revenue management.

GAME WOLFIELD: Case Study: Emergent Game Technologies Case Study: Emergent Game Technologies Source: Intacct Corp Document Type: Case Study Description: Emergent Game Technologies develops tools and technologies required to build interactive games. Faced with an accounting solution that was causing lost productivity and accounting inaccuracies, the company sought a replacement. Find out how Emergent’s new solution helped it reconcile multiple currencies across multiple subsidiaries, reduce manual data entry and
2/5/2010 10:56:00 AM

Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems
This article, originally published in Engineering Times, on how companies are employing ERP is based on an interview with Ben Spencer, TEC’s Senior Director of Knowledge Bases and Content Development.

GAME WOLFIELD: the Name of the Game in Software Systems Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems Rachel Davis - August 1, 2002 Read Comments Introduction    For a manufacturer seeking better communication between its engineering and manufacturing wings, as well as a design-build engineering firm trying to expand its profit margins, a business process streamlined across the entire enterprise is a valuable commodity. Companies are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software tools at an increasing
8/1/2002

Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Selection and for Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. When companies discover new security vulnerabilities, they must retrofit the affected software with an appropriate patch and fend off the wrath of customers. Each newly discovered vulnerability results in a frantic patch, halfway deployed, and potentially opens up another hole. That’s why you should address security vulnerabilities during the software development process—before you get locked into a game of catch-up.

GAME WOLFIELD: get locked into a game of catch-up. Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Application Lifecycle Management,   Automated Software Quality (ASQ),   Security,   Network Security Monitoring,   Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment Source: Cenzic Learn more about Cenzic Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results,
8/22/2007 3:32:00 PM

TEC’s Latest CRM Buyer’s Guide Highlights Game-changing Innovations
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has released its latest Customer Relationship Buyer’s Guide: Innovations in CRM. Produced by TEC research analy...

GAME WOLFIELD: CRM Buyer’s Guide Highlights Game-changing Innovations TEC’s Latest CRM Buyer’s Guide Highlights Game-changing Innovations Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has released its latest Customer Relationship Buyer’s Guide: Innovations in CRM. Produced by TEC research analysts, this comprehensive buyer’s guide provides an up-to-the-minute look at the major trends that are revolutionizing the world of CRM: cloud computing, social media, collaboration tools, mobile technology, and extended CRM
1/11/2012 4:09:00 PM

Benefits and Pitfalls of Gamification for Consumer Marketing
Companies are always looking for ways to attract new customers and retain existing ones. One way to spur interest in their offerings is to apply the principles of games to their sales and marketing strategies. But this is can be tricky. In his article, TEC CRM analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu walks you through the benefits and pitfalls of “gamification,” and offers up some guidelines for ensuring that it brings you the desired results.

GAME WOLFIELD: a funny and interactive game explaining to people why this is important, they are more likely to trust you, as, for one thing, you took the time to do more than just claim to do what everyone in your market is already doing.   Pitfalls of Gamification But gamification can have its pitfalls, which can be caused by a misunderstanding of its scope and a superficial implementation of its principles. This may result in initiatives that only you may find fun and engaging—your customers won’t. In order to
6/14/2012 10:34:00 AM

Sales and Operations PlanningPart One: Identifying and Forecasting Demand
An effective sales and operations planning game plan results in fewer stock-outs, shorter delivery lead-times, higher on-time shipping percentages, a manageable amount of expediting, and improved customer service. Several guidelines are suggested to improve a firm's sales and operations planning process and the effectiveness of each product's game plan.This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

GAME WOLFIELD: and services. It formulates game plans that drive supply chain activities to meet those demands. Hence, an effective S&OP game plan requires consideration of both demands and supplies. The nature of each product s game plan depends on the environment. The game plan may focus on stocked end-items in distribution and make-to-stock manufacturing environments. The game plan for a make-to-order manufactured product depends on the level of stocked components and the need for direct linkage between production
12/11/2003

Cloud ERP Wars Intensifying in Full Force(.com) » The TEC Blog
is: welcome to the game! Building a full-featured ERP system from the ground up is incredibly time-consuming and resource-intensive, even if you’re doing it on a platform with good development tools. If anyone can do it, though, it should be Sandy Kurtzig—although I haven’t met her in person yet (I am not a spring chicken, but I am glad to say that she is from an era slightly before my time as an ERP consultant and industry analyst), by all accounts she is a force to be reckoned with. Kenandy,

GAME WOLFIELD: cloud erp, cloudforce, Force.com, infor, Kenandy, NetSuite, Rootstock softwarem unit4, salesforce CRM, salesforce.com, suitecloud, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
09-05-2012

Sales and Operations PlanningPart Three: Game Plan Guidelines
Effective game plans lead to improved firm performance and bottom line results. Metrics include reductions in stock-outs, delivery lead-time, missed shipments, partial shipments, expediting efforts, and improvements in customer service. This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

GAME WOLFIELD: Operations Planning Part Three: Game Plan Guidelines Sales and Operations Planning Part Three: Game Plan Guidelines Dr. Scott Hamilton - December 13, 2003 Read Comments Sales and Operations Planning Part Three: Game Plan Guidelines Featured Author - Dr. Scott Hamilton - December 13, 2003 Guidelines Concerning S&OP Game Plans Effective game plans lead to improved firm performance and bottom line results. Metrics include reductions in stock-outs, delivery lead-time, missed shipments, partial shipments,
12/13/2003

The ERP Ecosystem
Three major parties (vendors, consulting services, and adopting organizations) are identified in the ERP ecosystem, in which different parties need different key success factors. This article also discusses some challenges that may have an impact on the ERP ecosystem.

GAME WOLFIELD: economic environment. A Three-party Game The ERP ecosystem is comprised of three major parties: software vendors, consulting services (including both consulting firms and independent consultants), and adopting organizations. In the ERP game, these parties work closely to achieve a common goal—to improve operation performance for the adopting party, through the establishment of ERP systems. The vendor is the main source of software technologies. Without the software (behind which are methodologies,
12/5/2008


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