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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part Two: Benefits and Interfaces
A CMMS is an excellent business opportunity whose implementation can significantly improve operations, reduce equipment downtime, increase accountability of the

historical cost accounitng theory  companies. With a CMMS, historical information about a piece of equipments performance is only a few clicks away. This historical information allows you to intelligently, and with justification, compare costs of maintaining versus replacing. We take it for granted that a CMMS will produce the work order for a scheduled or unscheduled preventive maintenance or repair. Assuming the CMMS database is accurate and current, the CMMS generated work order should reduce the amount of data entry needed to capture Read More...
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2006 PMI Research Conference Aims to Link Project Management Discipline with the Business Community
The 2006 PMI Research Conference was an excellent venue for gauging the direction in which project management research is heading. The presentations of the

historical cost accounitng theory  and lessons learned from historical projects The three-day event was kicked off each day with different plenary presentations from a number of prolific speakers, including Robert G. Cooper, PhD, president of the Product Development Institute Inc ., and creator of the Stage-Gate process for new product development; Bent Flyvbjerg, PhD, professor of planning at the Department of Development and Planning at Aalborg University , Denmark, and an expert on mega-projects and risk; and Hans J. Thamhain, PhD, PMP Read More...
A Definition of Data Warehousing
There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing

historical cost accounitng theory  the business resides, and historical data for prior periods, which may be contained in some form of legacy system. Often these legacy systems are not relational databases, so much effort is required to extract the appropriate data. Data Warehouse Design and Creation: This describes the process of designing the warehouse, with care taken to ensure that the design supports the types of queries the warehouse will be used for. This is an involved effort that requires both an understanding of the database Read More...
The Necessity of Data Warehousing
An explanation of the origins of data warehousing and why it is a crucial technology that allows businesses to gain competitive advantage. Issues regarding

historical cost accounitng theory  the OLTP systems, including historical data, but structured in such a way that it was fast and efficient for querying. The most common of these schemas (logical and physical database designs) is known as the star schema. A star schema consists of facts (actual business facts) and dimensions (ways of looking at the facts). One simple way to look at a star schema is that it is designed such that the maximum amount of information can be derived from the fewest number of table reads. Another way to reduce Read More...
Why don’t the Potential Benefits of Spend Analysis Come Easily?


historical cost accounitng theory  BI tools focus on historical data analytics such as  online analytical processing (OLAP)  analysis and other “slice-and-dice” and “drill-down (and/or up)” tools where users typically evaluate large volumes of historic data. As a result, traditional BI solutions have been associated with OLAP cubes,  data warehouses (DWs) ,  data marts (DMs) , and other centralized and aggregated data stores. Needless to say, these massive data stores are pre-defined and have rigid (static)  database schemas Read More...
Calculating the True Cost of RDBMS Ownership and How Sybase ASE Stacks Up: A Guide for SAP Business Suite Users
This white paper discusses ways in which most user organizations fail to take into account, or even acknowledge, key cost factors as they continually pay for

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Team With Business Management to Drive Out IT Cost
IT complexity drives cost and to a great extent, it is business management that drives IT complexity. Until IT architecture and infrastructure are simplified

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Data Quality: Cost or Profit?
Data quality has direct consequences on a company's bottom-line and its customer relationship management (CRM) strategy. Looking beyond general approaches and

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Logility Unveils Voyager Select For Total Landed Cost
Although Voyager Select is making its debut, the product is actually an amalgam of components drawn from existing logistics applications in the Voyager suite.

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Hiring on Assumptions Is Not Cost-effective
The importance of resource selection is undervalued in the software industry. But in fact, the resource selection process is directly related to software

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Cost and Pricing Models in Food and Beverage Processing: Seeing the Forest through the Trees
Lost sight of your bottom line? Product pricing not in step with your actual costs? So busy trying to stay on top of cost behavior that you can’t keep your

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Oracle Releases In-Memory Cost Management Add-on for Oracle EBS
The in-memory arms race continues in full force. Having recently delivered high-performance Value Chain Planning solutions, Oracle has introduced Oracle In

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Build Your Own SAP CRM Solution-and Know Exactly How Much It Will Cost
Organizations today are looking for low-risk solutions that provide immediate value. This paper introduces a set of solutions that offers a range of processes

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Drive down cost? What does that really mean in a supply chain world?
Yes all of us are well aware that the global economy is in a downturn. We hear it in the news, on blogs, in articles, and we see it around us with massive

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Lifecycle Cost Analysis: The Key to Asset Sustainability


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