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Why Should Enterprises Manage their Contracts Closely?
Read this article to see how contract lifecycle management (CLM) solutions can help companies to gain efficiencies and reduce the risk to exposure. For companies handling many contracts, ensuring trading partners adhere to contract details is often too cumbersome to be executed without enabling technology. Contract lifecycle management (CLM) solutions enable companies to take control of their contracts in order to understand the requirements of trading partners and their ability to meet the contract parameters, and to reduce the organization’s risk to exposure.

GOV CONTRACTS: face of rising corporate governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) requirements. Organizations must, on a daily basis, handle contracts that dictate from where revenue is coming in and expense payments are going out in order to accurately perform financial forecasting. Many ERP systems, particularly the lower-tier ones, may not be capable of matching these items to contract terms and prices (within different sections and clauses). The result is that companies could be paying more or getting less t
2/17/2011 9:14:00 AM

Maintenance Software--How to Negotiate Successful Contracts with CMMS Vendors
When negotiating a contract with a computer maintenance management system (CMMS) vendor the guiding principals and definition of the project must first be determined. Deliverables, pricing options, payment terms, continuance, product and service quality, and liabilities are additional areas that must be considered in negotiations.

GOV CONTRACTS: There aren t any rules governing how a CMMS is paid but one approach might be to have four payments. The first is a small amount given as a deposit while you conduct user-acceptance testing or a small pilot. Five to ten percent of the base software cost might be a fair amount. The next payment of approximately 30 percent covers shipment of the software. A further 30 percent covers a successful install. The final 30 percent comes after a reasonable warranty period of 90 days. Some companies successfully
2/25/2004

Federal Contract Management and Vendors ReadinessPart Two: Dealing With the Federal Government
Federal contracts can often be fraught with legal snares for the unseasoned providers.

GOV CONTRACTS: products and services under government contracts, but project accounting for these organizations often requires the use of sophisticated methodologies for allocating and computing project costs and revenues. There are many different types of contracts the government is using and within each of those there are dozens or more variations, whereby each variation will drive its own type of billings, revenue recognition, and requirements for reporting back to the government customer. The government requires
1/13/2005

Ten Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts
IT managers must understand the legal issues – at least well enough to know when there is an issue. E-commerce is so new that lawyers (and the law) are having a tough time keeping up with it, but that doesn’t get the manager off the hook if something that should have been thought about slips through the cracks. Here are a few simple points to keep in mind as you work on any e-commerce project.

GOV CONTRACTS: and e-commerce transactions are governed by contracts posted on the e-commerce site. These contracts typically give the customer a take it or leave it opportunity to view the contract terms and then click on a button that says I accept. These contracts have come to be known as click through contracts. While there remain some unresolved questions about their enforceability, they have become an accepted way of doing business on the Internet. The new Uniform Commercial Information Transaction Act ( UCI
12/20/2000

SFA RFP Template


GOV CONTRACTS: Sales Force Automation (SFA) RFP Template covers industry-standard functional criteria of SFA that can help you easily gather and prioritize your business needs in a simple and categorized excel document. More than a RFP template, it is a working document that serves as a knowledge base reference throughout the life-span of your SFA software project. Includes: Management of opportunities, sales forecasting, leads, accounts and contacts, activities, territories, contracts, quotes and proposals, partners, analytics, reporting, and more

The Truth about Software-as-a-service (SaaS)
The Truth about Software-as-a-service (SaaS). Acquire Free Guides and IT Reports Linked To Software-as-a-service (SaaS). Software-as-a-service (SaaS), also called on-demand software, can be a convenient and profitable business model for vendors. And for clients, SaaS can provide greater processing efficiencies than a company’s own internal systems. As a result, human resources, customer relationship management, or accounting process costs decrease when handled by an SaaS vendor. Learn about the benefits—but also the challenges—of SaaS.

GOV CONTRACTS: The Truth about Software-as-a-service (SaaS) The Truth about Software-as-a-service (SaaS) Source: NuView Systems, Inc Document Type: White Paper Description: Software-as-a-service (SaaS), also called on-demand software, can be a convenient and profitable business model for vendors. And for clients, SaaS can provide greater processing efficiencies than a company’s own internal systems. As a result, human resources, customer relationship management, or accounting process costs decrease when handled by an
5/30/2008 11:28:00 AM

Big ERP Players Courting Government Agencies
There has been significant activity in the public sector, with all major players winning important new federal contracts for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). This strong government interest in ERP applications means that ERP seems to be getting some infusion from this sector at least.

GOV CONTRACTS: ERP, signaling continued strong government interest in ERP solutions. Oracle, within the past month, won contracts with the National Institutes of Health and the Small Business Administration. Other recent wins include the departments of Energy and Veterans Affairs. SAP Public Sector and Education of Washington, in addition, landed an award in early October with NASA. That win follows others in recent months, such as a series of pilot projects with the Navy and a major implementation as part of the Army
12/27/2000

Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Evaluation Report


GOV CONTRACTS: Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision.

Securing Data in the Cloud
When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in your hands?” Customers are right to ask this question and should closely examine any vendor’s security credentials as part of their cloud/SaaS evaluations. This document is intended to give a broad overview of one vendor’s security policies, processes, and practices.

GOV CONTRACTS: saas model,   saas gov,   saas computing,   opsource,   saas companies,   saas business,   saas web,   microsoft saas,   cloud computing infrastructure,   saas application,   saas platform,   saas security Source: Symantec Learn more about Symantec Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation Best Practices for Fixed Asset
8/13/2010 11:34:00 AM

Outcome Sourcing in the Outcome Economy
The move to an outcome economy encompasses radical changes in the core elements of commerce. It requires a whole new way of thinking on the part of both buyer and seller—from buying and selling things to buying and selling outcomes.

GOV CONTRACTS: Outcome Sourcing in the Outcome Economy Outcome Sourcing in the Outcome Economy Bill McBeath - December 23, 2005 Read Comments Introduction One of the most important developments in supplier relationships is outcome sourcing—moving from buying things to buying results or outcomes. This concept is expressed in the quote attributed to the president of Stanley Tools, Our customers want holes, not drills. What is new is the actual practical application and methods for achieving it. Performance-based
12/23/2005

Acclerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics
Midsize firms differ radically from large enterprises in terms of the level of budget and resources they have at their disposal—a major factor governing the choice of any business analytics or planning solution. This white paper shows how in-memory analytics has the potential to deliver benefits such as reduced time to insight, greater agility, increased self-service, and lower overall IT demands for midsize organizations.

GOV CONTRACTS: their disposal—a major factor governing the choice of any business analytics or planning solution. This white paper shows how in-memory analytics has the potential to deliver benefits such as reduced time to insight, greater agility, increased self-service, and lower overall IT demands for midsize organizations. Acclerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence (BI),   501 to
1/23/2013 12:08:00 PM


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