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How to Achieve Lean Manufacturing
Lean manufacturing is a transformational exercise that requires an organization to cast aside long-held beliefs and business processes. The five main steps to

how to write a technical description  expressed in terms of how the specific product meets the customer's need, at a specific price and at a specific time. To do that, one has to be able to evaluate performance in terms of customers, products, profitability analyses, and so on, by measuring well thought-out key performance indicators (KPIs), such as customer sales, product sales, profitability by customer, profitability by product, etc. Map the Value Stream As the next step, manufacturers must identify and map those activities that Read More...
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Bite-sized Apps-A New Trend in Enterprise Software
TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the latest offerings from UNIT4 and SYSPRO, which appear to mark a new trend in enterprise software—small

how to write a technical description  this interactive visualization shows how variances in performances will impact earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA), profits, net income, etc.  What Happens to My Utilization if…? —A professional services industry evaluator for determining the financial and resource impact of changes to customer or workforce resource mix;  What Happens to My Break-even Point if…? —For the manufacturing/distribution sector, this is an interactive analysis tool for evaluating Read More...
Employee Performance Management: Making It a Reality in Your Organization
Over 90 percent of human resources (HR) professionals rate employee performance management (EPM) as a top priority. Yet considerably fewer have EPM systems

how to write a technical description  professionals express uncertainty about how to begin the process of acquiring an EPM system. Many more have concerns about securing upper management support and financial commitment. Both of these latter considerations hinge on the ability of the HR team to present a persuasive case that the EPM project will be successful and that it will yield a satisfactory return on investment. While there are no short cuts to getting project approval, a structured and thorough approach to selecting, planning for and Read More...
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

how to write a technical description  groups come to understand how to write applications that perform well over the WAN. Table 4.1, for example, depicts the results of a lab test that was done using a WAN emulator to quantify the affect that WAN latency would have on an inquiry-response application that has a target response time of 5 seconds. Similar tests can be run to quantify the affect that jitter and packet loss have on an application.   Network Latency Measured Response Time 0 ms 2 seconds 25 ms 2 seconds 50 ms 2 seconds 75 ms 2 Read More...
A Manufacturing Imperative: Enterprise SOA
In the past, full efficiency was almost impossible for most manufacturing sites thanks to lack of integration between plant systems and business systems. But

how to write a technical description  the supported adapters and how to connect all these systems (see Figure 1.) Figure 1: An Enterprise SOA Analogy: Home Theater System As shown in Figure 1, you can go though the manual provided by the vendor of the home theater system and easily connect other equipment without knowing how each component is designed. What matters here is the clear connection point and type of the adapter, no matter which vendor provides the adapter. All your audio and video components, regardless of their differences, Read More...
App Development in a Mobile World: A CIO Handbook
As a senior stakeholder driving mobile initiatives in your organization, you may be lost in a sea of technologies and claims from vendors promising rapid

how to write a technical description  and available resources. Know how to develop, deploy, maintain your mobile apps and create an effective mobile strategy for your organization. Read More...
Selecting a PLM Solution: Addressing the Needs of a Small Business
Selecting a product lifecycle management (PLM) system can be a challenge if a company is not aware of the options available on the market. But if an

how to write a technical description  a PLM Solution: Addressing the Needs of a Small Business Today's accelerated pace of product development, product and supplier dynamics, and manufacturing and engineering outsourcing make it more and more difficult to meet product launch goals on time and under budgetOmnify Software supplies a single, secure location to manage all of the essential information for designing, manufacturing and supporting your products and enhances visibility into all aspects of product development.. Source: Omnify Read More...
TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center
Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30

how to write a technical description  Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30% compared with traditional, built-out data center power and cooling infrastructure. Avoiding overbuilt capacity and scaling the design over time contributes to a significant percentage of the overall savings. This white paper provides a quantitative TCO analysis of the Read More...
Technical Publications: Improving the Quality of Technical Publications Increases Employee Productivity and Customer Satisfaction
Improving the content of technical publications is possible with a product development system (PDS). A PDS solution can automate and optimize the technical

how to write a technical description  Publications: Improving the Quality of Technical Publications Increases Employee Productivity and Customer Satisfaction Improving the content of technical publications is possible with a product development system (PDS). A PDS solution can automate and optimize the technical publishing process and can end publication bottlenecks caused by launch delays due to poor process. A PDS solution allows for concurrent development of products and publications—keeping your engineering and publishing Read More...
The ROI of a New Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case
In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date

how to write a technical description  Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date on everything from the latest technologies and regulatory requirements, to industry certifications, best practices plus job-specific and leadership skills. Download this white paper to learn how to construct the business case to justify the purchase of an LMS. Read More...
Scala Shows Far More Than A Bit Of A Backbone Part 2: Market Impact
Scala is a serious challenger in the SME market, especially in emerging markets like Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and China (possibly the local

how to write a technical description  have to figure out how to deal with and position a myriad of disparate products with overlapping functionalities on diverse platforms. This is Part Two of a three-part note covering recent initiatives by Scala. Part One covered the initiatives. Part Three will discuss the Challenges faced by Scala and make User Recommendations. Tough Strategic Decisions Still, its current offering is also partly the result of tough strategic decisions. First of all, in 1998 Scala decided to discontinue support for Unix, Read More...
Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite?
Given Invensys' irrevocable decision to give up Baan for another adoption after all, one is to wonder whether this is the 'year 2000 revisited' or whether Baan

how to write a technical description  (SCM) vendor (in 1998). However, Baan had struggled to effectively and quickly integrate the above organizations and applications. As a result, its slew of acquisitions presented enterprises at that time with more of a concoction of applications than an integrated extended-ERP portfolio. In 1997 Putnam Investments sold its minority stake in Baan over concerns about the company's relationships with Baan Investment and other private companies owned by the owner brothers. There were widespread allegations Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 1
Throughout the late 1990s and the mid-2000s, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of a well-managed supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms

how to write a technical description  Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 1 Throughout the late 1990s and the mid-2000s,  Manhattan Associates  was the epitome of a well-managed  supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms of market share, growth, profitability, and its products’ capabilities. Simply stated, the company set the industry standard for the supply chain execution (SCE) space and was the envy of its competitors.  The Long Trail of Excellence The company was founded in 1990 in Manhattan Beach, California, Read More...
Pragmatist's Guide: Building a Business Case for a Formula-based ERP
If you're a process manufacturer taking a close look at the option of acquiring an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, you may be finding that you're

how to write a technical description  s Guide: Building a Business Case for a Formula-based ERP If you're a process manufacturer taking a close look at the option of acquiring an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, you may be finding that you're faced with a bewildering array of options, technologies, and applications. What should you look for, and which business issues do you need to address to position your acquisition-and implementation-for maximum success? Download this report to find out. Read More...
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)-A Critical Component of Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI)
The wise enterprise recognizes the need for objective metrics and measurements and for its users to establish metrics to monitor and manage results at every

how to write a technical description  of the enterprise. See how. Read More...

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