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Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street?
Vendors' traditional pricing strategies aren't going to work much longer. Sooner or later, prices will be determined by what the market is ready to bear rather

get enterprises  and vendors had better get used to that idea (however upsetting it might be to them). In other words, like in many other industries, sooner or later, prices will be determined by what the market is ready to bear ( the value is in the eye of the customer ). No longer will prices be based on what vendors think is a profitable way to deliver solutions while leaving customers to ask how high they should jump. Indeed, even today many user enterprises are increasingly demanding more certainty, higher Read More...
Quote-to-Order (Q2O) Systems
Quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions (sometimes known as configure, price, and quote or CPQ) enable manufacturers to mobilize their mass customization initiatives. These systems can reduce time-consuming...
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Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS?
Despite rapid industrialization in China and other developing countries, most manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) are

get enterprises  details back as tasks get done. To improve decision speed and accuracy, boost administrative productivity, and keep operations running smoothly, MES and WMS systems provide tools for detail scheduling, labor management, resource allocation, dispatching, navigation, process management, quality control, maintenance, approvals, record keeping, and performance measurement that was formerly done on paper and in people's heads—or not at all. The Situation in China Starting from virtually nowhere in the early Read More...
Catering to Small and Medium-Size Enterprises
With opportunities in the large enterprise marketplace shrinking due to increased penetration, small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) are starting to receive

get enterprises  its act together. Don't get me started! What can a vendor do regarding the support issue? The cost of support is directly proportional to the rates of the vendor personnel assigned to the project. Typically, the smaller the company, the less complexity involved in the implementation. If this is true, a vendor may be able to assign junior personnel to the project at lower billing rates without sacrificing quality. Or, the vendor may be able to double up on assignments. Perhaps, assign a senior consultant Read More...
MPS in European and US Enterprises
The printing environment is now an integral part of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that use managed print services (MPSs) are seeing reduced cost and

get enterprises  printed; as presentation decks get larger and more complex, colour printed output increases—in volume and cost. Many businesses are also using high-end colour printer and copier devices to print material that would have previously been fulfilled by external print houses, further boosting business print volumes. With all this taken into account, it is estimated that, on average, an office worker prints 8,000 pages per year. (source: NewField IT) This reliance on paper comes at a high cost—financial Read More...
Looking For Software-The Expectations of Small and Medium Enterprises
Small and medium enterprises (SME) looking for software must understand their needs and articulate their expectations to get what they want and need from

get enterprises  if they are to get what they want and need from software. SMEs—Who Are They and What Are Their Characteristics? Polling vendors, analysts, and consultants reveals no clear picture of who is a small versus medium versus large enterprise. One analyst firm, the Gartner Group defines the mid market as 100 to 999 employees and the small as 5 to 99 employees. One enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor considers anything under $2 billion as the mid-market. Rather than sales volume or employees, some Read More...
Quality Reassurance: How To Get What You Need from Acceptance Testing
Integrating a new system with your organization places new opportunities, and new risks, at the heart of your business. We look at the thinking and negotiation

get enterprises  Reassurance: How To Get What You Need from Acceptance Testing Acceptance Testing Some software is made by the people who use it. Some is bought in bulk. Taking the middle ground are systems that are built on a shared core, but are customized or configured for a unique purchaser. Large commercial technology information (IT) projects typically fall within this group. The software is neatly tailored to an organization, and is different enough to provide strategic value, but is more mature and cost-effe Read More...
Deployment of Cisco Extension Mobility in Enterprises
This white paper analyzes several deployment methods of Cisco Extension Mobility within Enterprise Cisco telephony environments and how to streamline

get enterprises  of Cisco Extension Mobility in Enterprises This white paper analyzes several deployment methods of Cisco Extension Mobility within Enterprise Cisco telephony environments and how to streamline commissioning. It presents how automatic configuration of auto-registered phones and end user sync to Microsoft Active Directory can be used by the Uplinx Auto Provisioning system to provide an automated process with a clear workflow that minimizes operational costs, reduces configuration errors, Read More...
Performance Management-What the Mid-market Can Learn from Large Enterprises
Performance management allows companies to align business activity with corporate objectives. This research examines the different levels of business

get enterprises  Management-What the Mid-market Can Learn from Large Enterprises Performance management allows companies to align business activity with corporate objectives. This research examines the different levels of business performance achieved by mid-market companies compared with larger firms, as well as the differences in strategy, capabilities, and technologies used. Key recommendations are drawn for mid-market businesses to increase the value they derive from performance management. Read More...
The Three Cs of Successful Positioning Part Three: Get Your Channel Involved
If there's a disconnect between your channel and your marketing team, neither will reach their full potential. In this column, you’ll see how involving your

get enterprises  Successful Positioning Part Three: Get Your Channel Involved The Three Cs of Successful Positioning Part Three: Get Your Channel Involved Featured Author - Lawson Abinanti - March 7, 2005 Get Your Channel Involved In Positioning. It's Good For Both Of You. If there's a disconnect between your channel and your marketing team, neither will reach their full potential. In this column, you'll see how involving your channel in the positioning process is a key ingredient in successful marketing and sales. It Read More...
Can Lilly Software Get More VISUAL?
Lilly Software’s financial success and double-digit revenue growth during the recent years have been attributable to its strong offerings and efficient

get enterprises  Lilly Software Get More VISUAL? Event Summary On January 16, Cerqa Copyright announced it has purchased VISUAL Supply Chain , Lilly Software 's comprehensive supply chain management software solution. Cerqa Copyright, located in Austin, Texas, provides supply chain management solutions for domestic and international manufacturing facilities, distributors, retail outlets, and other customers that have specific procurement and distribution channel requirements. Offering expertise in inventory Read More...
Won’t Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today
Going through our article archives, I stumbled across Glen Petersen’s excellent article A Lexicon for CRM Success.Petersen takes aim at key buzzwords in the

get enterprises  Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today Going through our article archives , I stumbled across Glen Petersen’s excellent article A Lexicon for CRM Success . Petersen takes aim at key buzzwords in the CRM industry, and I thought it’d be worth summarizing his list of the worst offenders--and his thinking about why they belong in the trash can. An internationally recognized speaker, writer, practitioner, and thought leader in the CRM and e-business industries, Petersen Read More...
Computer Information Enterprises (CIE)
The company was founded in 1978 and incorporated in the state of California in 1982. As a custom programming operation, it worked with such major clients as

get enterprises  Information Enterprises (CIE) The company was founded in 1978 and incorporated in the state of California in 1982. As a custom programming operation, it worked with such major clients as Aetna Life Insurance, Mervyn’s, Playtex and Vons. In the mid-90’s the founder recognized an opportunity to transition itself with the development of a document imaging product within the Solomon IV accounting ERP system and became the first such company to seamlessly integrate with that platform. In 1996 it Read More...
Don’t Get Left behind: A Reality Check on Social Networking and Customer Relationships
Web 2.0 and social networking tools and trends are having a huge impact on business today. But to realize the benefits of social networking, you need to

get enterprises  Get Left behind: A Reality Check on Social Networking and Customer Relationships Web 2.0 and social networking tools and trends are having a huge impact on business today. But to realize the benefits of social networking, you need to understand the roles and expectations of your customers, and how to use those tools to position your company appropriately. Get tips on how to empower your customer engagement with Web 2.0 and customer relationship management (CRM) 2.0 social networking tools. Read More...
The Value Proposition of Business Intelligence (BI) for Small and Medium Enterprises
No matter the size of your company, you need critical business information and integrated reporting. Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) shouldn’t discount the

get enterprises  Value Proposition of Business Intelligence (BI) for Small and Medium Enterprises No matter the size of your company, you need critical business information and integrated reporting. Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) shouldn’t discount the importance of business intelligence (BI). In fact, most SME owners make decisions based on a best guess, and don’t know the value of business intelligence (BI) systems. But you don’t have to empty your coffers—new BI software is Web-based and affordable. Read More...

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