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From Local to Hosted: The Story of One Company’s Migration to On-demand ERP
Here’s the inside story on how an international manufacturer using a traditional, local enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution shifted gears to end up with

how to write policies proposals  actually saw this is how it operates, it was something we needed to go back to and address. So if I would do it different—up-front training, to really get the system, then the design process to match gaps or to fill gaps. WT: David, thank you so much for sharing your insights and experiences with NetSuite. DS: No problem. Thanks for listening to TEC radio. If you would like more information on evaluating and selecting on premises or hosted ERP solutions, check out www.technologyevaluation.com . If you Read More...
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Product Developers Need to Shift to an All-Digital Mindset
Over the past several decades, processes to design and build cars, airplanes, and other products have typically followed a linear, sequential path. But the

how to write policies proposals  transition occurs depends on how fast software becomes much more tightly integrated with hardware. Manufacturers need to do this because software helps accelerate product manufacturing and creates intelligent and versatile digital systems. Industry executives are aware of this. A new Accenture survey found aerospace and defense companies are likely to invest more in software used within PLM processes. An overwhelming majority of respondents, 81 percent, said that software-oriented application lifecycle Read More...
From Promises to Proof: How to Demonstrate Value to Your Customers
For managed services providers (MSPs) aiming to serve small and medium-sized businesses, the ability to capture and retain lasting customer relationships is a

how to write policies proposals  Promises to Proof: How to Demonstrate Value to Your Customers For managed services providers (MSPs) aiming to serve small and medium-sized businesses, the ability to capture and retain lasting customer relationships is a determining factor for long-term profitability. Only by clearly and consistently communicating your value to your customer can you hope to attain the role of trusted advisor—a position that will help protect you from losing business to lower-priced competitors. Learn how an Read More...
How to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment
In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM, Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the

how to write policies proposals  next big thing is how to make these data and information more useful. Analytics and search are two promising components that will help. Siemens PLM has been offering reporting and analytics capabilities for a while—the first availability seen in 2006—and its analytics capabilities are not limited to PLM data but to data from virtually any enterprise application. One use case I’m interested to see is the combination of analytics and community involvement in the product development environment (or so Read More...
Anticipate, Adapt, Excel: How to Respond Quickly to Changing Markets
In today’s Internet-connected global economy, the market doesn’t allow for companies to sit back and relax into a comfortable niche. Customer loyalty is ever

how to write policies proposals  Adapt, Excel: How to Respond Quickly to Changing Markets Anticipate, Adapt, Excel: How to Respond Quickly to Changing Markets If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. SAP SCM can help transform a linear, sequential supply chain into a responsive supply network – in which communities of customer-centric, demand-driven companies share knowledge, intelligently adapt to changing market conditions, and proactively respond Read More...
To BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question?
BEA Systems Inc., announced that twelve Business-To-Business and Enterprise Application Integration vendors have teamed with them to provide e-business

how to write policies proposals  BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question? To BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question? M. Reed - July 6, 2000 Event Summary BEA Systems Inc., announced that twelve Business-To-Business and Enterprise Application Integration vendors have teamed with them to provide e-business solutions, as members of their BEA Professional Service Provider Program. These new providers span the United States and the EMEA (Europe-Middle East-Africa) markets, and will leverage their vertical market and e-business expertise to Read More...
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About LMS But Were Afraid to Ask-Well Maybe Not Everything!
Today, if a company wants to retain its employees, it must take great strides to make their jobs more rewarding. To give their employees the learning experience

how to write policies proposals  as well virtual classrooms. How to Decide Which Type of System is Right for My Growing Business Where does one start when it comes to choosing an LMS? With a plethora of choices available that include core human resource (HR) functionality or more robust features including talent management, succession planning, competency and performance management, and incentive management, how do you know which one will best suit your organization? Before you can choose the right type of system, it's important to Read More...
Too Hard to Adopt PLM? Find Ways to Make It Easier
Product lifecycle management (PLM) systems are too complicated, too expensive, and take too long to implement. That’s what I said last month in a blog post

how to write policies proposals  in the context of how to make PLM adoption easier. Realistically define the project scope The life cycle perspective has made PLM a complicated system with so many functionality modules that perhaps no single organization has ever implemented all of them. It is true that the full potential of PLM can’t be achieved unless you can manage the entire life cycle of a product. However, to early adopters, I think the 80-20 rule might be applicable here—the crucial 20 percent of the PLM functionality may Read More...
Hewlett-Packard’s NetServer Division - #3 to Get Ready, or #4 to Go?
Hewlett-Packard is one of the leading computer companies in the world, but they have fallen to fourth place in the Intel-based server market. Will they move

how to write policies proposals  to the HP/Agilent split. However, in years prior to the split HP's revenue growth was approximately 11% per year, with income growth approximately 12% per year. Income grew faster than revenue, a trend we expect to see continue post-split. Vendor Strategy and Trajectory Hewlett-Packard's corporate computing philosophy is to provide reliable solutions to whatever computing needs customers might have across the spectrum of architectures. These architectures include the Intel x86 architecture, Unix (their Read More...
How To Conquer the Challenge of Delivering E-mail to 100,000+ Recipients
In the beginning, e-mail marketing was easy. But as e-mail lists have grown, so have Internet service provider (ISP) restrictions. Today, delivering your e-mail

how to write policies proposals  To Conquer the Challenge of Delivering E-mail to 100,000+ Recipients In the beginning, e-mail marketing was easy. But as e-mail lists have grown, so have Internet service provider (ISP) restrictions. Today, delivering your e-mail newsletter can be a real challenge, especially with a list of over 10,000 recipients. Instead of adopting one of several seductive but outdated solutions, a better alternative may be to use an e-mail service provider. Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

how to write policies proposals  deal? Along similar lines, how many times have you sent a proposal to a customer only to realize that there had been a very recent change in product pricing? How many times have we discovered a problem at a key customer only after that disgruntled customer had already left us? Bypass Those Pesky E-mail Threads The problem is that a vast majority of existing enterprise applications ask users to do all the work and somehow dig out relevant information (that is hopefully still current, and not after the Read More...
Microsoft to Add
Microsoft's Encore acquisition should bring the two former partners' complementary product offerings even closer together and should widen opportunities within

how to write policies proposals  Its Business Solutions ). However, a modest, single digit percentage of growth lately is by far insufficient to sustain Microsoft's lofty goal of ballooning MBS' operations to a $10 billion (USD) entity by 2010, which is nearly twenty times its current size and which would require annual growth rates of circa 60 percent. Thus, any acquisition that is not of a disruptive nature (such as imposing yet another ERP product assimilation and integration in an already crowded house ) makes sense, and one should Read More...
Want to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse!
When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy

how to write policies proposals  to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse! When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy.” However, before the economy took a turn for the worse, they talked about low profit margins, high inventory levels with low turns, and an erosion of their profitability because of their warehouses. I am often forced to ask, “Is the economy really that bad? Or, is your Read More...
Keys to Success for Industrial Equipment Suppliers to Meet Today’s Top Three Issues
Although the industrial equipment market has been growing, based on strong customer demand, companies cannot rest on their laurels. Manufacturers and

how to write policies proposals  to Success for Industrial Equipment Suppliers to Meet Today’s Top Three Issues Although the industrial equipment market has been growing, based on strong customer demand, companies cannot rest on their laurels. Manufacturers and distributors must keep adding value to maintain existing contracts and win new business. They must be efficient enough to meet new demands while maintaining margins. Discover solutions that can help total industrial solution suppliers stay profitable during this expansion. BE Read More...
How to Get Closer to Your Best Customers
In the white paper Get Closer to Your Best Customers, you'll find a host of new ideas and proven best practices for dealing with customers more e...

how to write policies proposals  close to your customers, how to weather an unpredictable economy and emerge even stronger, ways to package your products, promotions, and pricing to satisfy changing customer demands, how to increase sales volumes, bring in new accounts, and develop new markets, and how to make sense of company data, and measure the effectiveness of sales and marketing campaigns. There are many ways to improve the way you approach customers during these difficult economic times. Learn about them in the white paper Get Read More...
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