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On the Move: Great Productivity Solutions for the Mobile Sales Team
In this paper it’s argued that over the next three to five years, the winners in sales will be the ones who figure out how to smoothly and productively manage a

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  ones who figure out how to smoothly and productively manage a mobile sales team. Selling will be a mobile discipline. It’s imperative to craft a plan for making mobility standard and keeping information secure. Read More

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Beyond the Basics: The Value of Integrated CRM
Customer relationship management (CRM) is more than just software or a set of processes--it's a business culture solidly focused on winning and keeping the

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  the Basics: The Value of Integrated CRM Customer relationship management (CRM) is more than just software or a set of processes--it's a business culture solidly focused on winning and keeping the right customers. A good CRM solution builds value to your business. Learn about the value of an integrated CRM suite. Read More
The Many Faces of PLM Part Two: The Future of the PLM Suite
The future of the PLM Suite will include more applications that cover product-related functionality and further expand the benefits available. As the PLM Suite

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  and provided insight into how application suites develop. New Additions to the PLM Suite What new application areas belong in the PLM footprint? There are many valid opinions, and time will tell which functional areas will be most rewarding to the companies that adopt PLM systems. Today, PLM is being leveraged as the source of consolidated, uniform product information. This provides a platform to serve many other purposes. One such area is the publication, or syndication, of product catalogs and product Read More
ORSA, the Corner Stone of the Solvency II Regime
The move toward principle-based regulations across the European insurance world puts a strong emphasis on corporate governance programs. Under their Own Risk

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  II ORSA requirements, and how European insurance companies can use enterprise risk management platforms to support these key management needs. Read More
The Changing Role of the CIO
No department within an organization has undergone such a profound change as that of IT. The platforms used to deliver IT products and services, the tools of

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  CIO. This paper examines how the role of the CIO has been evolving to meet today’s new world of IT. Read More
i2 Technologies at the Front of the Supply Chain
i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $456 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 48%

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  Technologies at the Front of the Supply Chain i2 Technologies at the Front of the Supply Chain S. McVey - August 8th, 1999 Vendor Summary i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $456 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 48% average growth rate over the last five years. For the second quarter of 1999, total revenues were $131.4 million, an increase of 57% over second quarter 1998 ($83.6 million). Net income in the second quarter Read More
The Old ERP Dilemma - Should We Install The New Release?
If you have an older ERP system, and you have decided to continue to pay maintenance, you should be getting periodic releases from the vendor. The frequency of

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  projects will be delayed? How much lost time will the users experience? Summary    If you have decided to keep an older ERP system and you continue to pay maintenance, you will (should) be getting new releases from the vendor. Each new release calls for a business decision. The decision is not a yes or no answer as much as a now or later decision. The decision must weigh the value against the cost. If the value does not out weigh the cost, you are usually just deferring the decision until the follow-on Read More
The Right Data at the Right Time
Among top-performing companies, nearly half deliver key information to business users when they need it in the moment. Get the details in this infographic from

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  Right Data at the Right Time Among top-performing companies, nearly half deliver key information to business users when they need it in the moment. Get the details in this infographic from a report titled “Making the Real-Time Enterprise a Reality” provided by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. Read More
PeopleSoft: Giving Fervent Hope To The Market And Jitters To The Competition. Part 2: The Implications
PeopleSoft has joined the elite group of vendors that can deliver a majority of the components of a complete e-business framework. If one considers all aspects

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  remains to be seen how the market will take the new PeopleSoft's product offering. It also remains to be seen whether the competitors will emulate the pure Internet architecture before PeopleSoft delivers the all-encompassing deeper CRM and SCM functionality. If one considers all aspects of a CRM or SCM evaluation, PeopleSoft has earned the license to be evaluated along with market leaders, particularly given that many vendors, including Siebel, are currently undergoing a product technical transition. Read More
Training for the Many… Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both
Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  Learning for the One: How Successful Organizations Recognize the Difference and Use Technology to Deliver Both Winston Churchill once said, “Personally, I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.” Formal training and informal learning can be combined to create powerful education opportunities for groups and for individuals. Include personalization in the mix and you have a recipe for almost certain success. It sounds straightforward, but is the implementation of such Read More
Cloud for Business Managers in Midsize Organizations: the Good, the Bad & the Ugly
Read this independent research report to learn how business managers around the world are using cloud applications. Discover the top motivations for adopting

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  research report to learn how business managers around the world are using cloud applications. Discover the top motivations for adopting the cloud, the most common problems and recurring pitfalls; common barriers to cloud application integration and the consequences of security breaches and compliance issues. Read More
The Magic Is in the Screen
Projection is often seen as the big compromise: you must have either a very powerful and bright projector or a very dark room to achieve high-quality

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  high-quality, commercially acceptable images. However, many people don’t know that a revolutionary concept is now available—a screen technology that allows very high-quality projected images in brightly lit environments that removes the need for dark rooms or very expensive projectors. Read More
The Three Cs of Successful Positioning Part Two: The Channel
One of the most effective and efficient ways to develop a successful marketing position for B2B software is to begin with the sales channel, especially if you

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  the 3Cs and summarized how your positioning effort can benefit from a thorough understanding of them. In this column, I'll explain why you should always start your positioning process with the channel, especially if you have limited time and resources. The next column in this series will explore channel relations and how to improve them. Since the channel lies between you and prospective customers, you may think of it as a barrier, which it can be. But it also can be the most direct route to much of the Read More
Entering the Market in the World’s Largest Democracy
Currently, India’s population is approximately 1.0009 billion. The middle class is large and still growing; wages were low, but now are some of the best in

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  2008-09 is estimated of showing a growth rate of 7.6 per cent over the corresponding quarter of previous year. The economic activities which registered significant growth in Q2 of 2008-09 over Q2 of 2007-08 are, ‘manufacturing' at 5 per cent, ‘construction' at 9.7 percent, ‘trade, hotels, transport and communication' at 10.8 per cent, ‘financing, insurance, real estate and business services' at 9.2 per cent, and ‘community, social and personal services' at 7.6 percent. The growth rate in Read More
Rethinking the Supply Chain: Meeting the Complexity Challenge
The requirements of operating in a global, just-in-time (JIT) market have made supply chains much more complex than they were 10 years ago. Much of the software

how a bill becomes a law in the late 18th century  results. I can't overstate how important it is to haveDemand Solutions serve as a catalyst for marketing, sales, and planning to be in the same room talking about the business, Greg Langevin, Ricoh-USA At Ricoh, inventory turns went from 1.5 to six turns in three years, with a savings in carrying costs measured in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to Langevin. Zotos, which only went live in Q2 of 2007, closed the year with inventory turns running at four per year and is targeting Read More

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