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Best Practices in Extending ERP: A Buyer’s Guide to ERP versus Best-of-breed Decisions
The trade-off between best-of-breed functionality and ease of integration is no longer so simple. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software continues to

hr practices within construction industry  in the support of HR (Human Resource) functions. The launch of the project coincided with its ERP and desktop solution providers' joint announcement of an integrated development project. Outputs from the evaluation helped define the scope of the project to support time registration and budget monitoring. This would allow users integrated access and management of ERP function via typically unstructured desktop applications. The Role of New Delivery Models In addition, Software as a Service (SaaS) is also Read More
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in a Nutshell
In this blog, we want to make readers more familiar with the logic behind our Evaluation Centers on our Web site by categorizing them—and, at the same time, we

hr practices within construction industry  with external accounting or HR products. The base of most of our ERP knowledge bases (sets of criteria used to evaluate business solutions) is ERP Discrete . As you probably know, discrete manufacturing is the process of fabricating products by assembling components into larger systems or objects. The end result can easily be divided into separate pieces, or units (e.g., shirts, computers, cars, etc). Spaceships are also produced by piece. The only difference is that engineering is very complex, unique Read More
Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 3: Challenges & User Recommendations
As the current market trend is towards vendors that can provide well-rounded but vertically focused solutions for medium-sized companies, Navision seems to have

hr practices within construction industry  applications such as financials, HR and manufacturing must be adapted to meet local needs in terms of language, legal requirements and business practices, Navision should combine local autonomy with the need to leverage local best practices across national boundaries. While NSCs develop new offerings for local vertical markets, there is still no firmly instituted structure for making such new functionality available worldwide. Navision should actively promote the best offerings of their local partners, Read More
Ramco Ships Technology And Products. Is This The Future Of Enterprise Applications?
Ramco Systems announced the delivery of Ramco Enterprise Series Release 4.0, the newest version of its enterprise software solutions plus a custom application

hr practices within construction industry  solutions in human resources (HR) management ( Ramco Human Resource Management System ) and business intelligence (BI) ( Ramco Business Decisions ); as well as back-office solutions for finance and distribution ( Ramco Corporate Solutions ), tailored to retail and service industries. Ramco Enterprise Series Release 4.0 applications have been built on what the vendor claims to be groundbreaking, model-based application development and delivery platform called Ramco VirtualWorks . The platform includes a Read More
Deltek Remains the Master of Its Selected Few Domains Part Four: Deltek's Differentiators
Deltek has focused on addressing the unique business needs of project-oriented organizations. Its product line has expanded from applications for managing the

hr practices within construction industry  accounting; billing and receivables; HR management; document and knowledge management; BI/analytics; workflow management; collaboration management; partner relationship management (PRM); portfolio management; practice management; service sourcing; and, so on. Thus, the likes of Deltek should benefit from the expanded use of project-oriented and professional service business application software systems due to economic trends. Service organizations traditionally have utilized project accounting more than Read More
Intranet Best Practices
Intranets must be personalized for individual users and will manage themselves if a Web content management system (CMS) is installed. Right? In fact, these are

hr practices within construction industry  Best Practices Intranets must be personalized for individual users and will manage themselves if a Web content management system (CMS) is installed. Right? In fact, these are two common and long-standing myths about intranets. One of the main objectives of a knowledge-sharing intranet is to be the authoritative source for up-to-date, company-wide content. Debunk other intranet myths and learn how simple can equal successful. Read More
Mining Industry (ERP & CMMS)


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CEO Perspectives: How HR Can Take on a Bigger Role in Driving Growth
This survey report by the Economist Intelligence Unit investigates whether the human resources (HR) function is forging a close relationship with the CEO. It

hr practices within construction industry  Perspectives: How HR Can Take on a Bigger Role in Driving Growth This survey report by the Economist Intelligence Unit investigates whether the human resources (HR) function is forging a close relationship with the CEO. It explores the nature of these working relationships, how they have been affected by the economic downturn, and how they vary across industries and regions. Read More
HR Shared Services: A Fresh Look
There’s nothing like a recession to demonstrate the efficacy of the shared services delivery model for human resources (HR). Learn how organizations experienced

hr practices within construction industry  how organizations experienced with HR shared services find the model efficiently handles day-to-day administrative transactions—including delicate issues such as the paperwork aspects of layoffs—freeing staff to focus on morale and other talent-related issues caused by economic downturn. Read More
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of June 11, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSJeanswest selects Manhattan Associates Industry tags: Fashion/retail

hr practices within construction industry  no lack of SaaS HR solutions in the market, Workforce Ready differentiates itself by allowing companies to use only what they need and pay for it accordingly, based on per-employee, per-month pricing (on top of the fixed implementation price). —Gabriel Gheorghiu, TEC Research Analyst Kronos: TEC profile SuccessFactors launches new social collaboration and mobile tools Industry tags: Cross-industry SuccessFactors has enhanced its interface for its Business Execution (BizX) Suite, and has also added Read More
Industry Consolidation: Are You Ready?
Growth is predicted for the nutraceutical industry, as well as consolidation. Will the nutraceutical manufacturer find ways of thriving in a competitive market?

hr practices within construction industry  manufacturer find ways of thriving in a competitive market? Five critical requirements increase your chances of survival. The first is to integrate your business processes and information, with a single, unified enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution database. Don’t miss the other four—find out how you can benefit. Read More
Best Practices: Six Questions to Ask Before Moving Core HR into the Cloud
Mergers and acquisitions, decentralization, and globalization are putting enormous pressure on HR to standardize systems and processes. The lack of a single

hr practices within construction industry  Ask Before Moving Core HR into the Cloud Mergers and acquisitions, decentralization, and globalization are putting enormous pressure on HR to standardize systems and processes. The lack of a single global system of record for core HR data prevents companies from operating effectively and efficiently. As companies race to expand into new markets quickly, HR leaders must understand the opportunities and challenges that exist with core HR today. The cloud allows for global reach and scale, but you must ask Read More
HR Best Practices: Delivering Strategic Value to the Enterprise
To manage the workforce appropriately, human resources (HR) needs to implement consistent, integrated, and flexible processes and systems. By establishing best

hr practices within construction industry  are supported with technology, HR can achieve greater efficiency (by reducing the burden of handling administrative tasks) while delivering strategic value (by equipping managers with the right information at the right time) to the organization. Read More
History of the HR Industry with HCM Fellow, Row Henson
Oracle HCM Fellow Row Henson shares insights from 40-plus years in the industry—from mainframe and client/server to Web 4.0 and beyond.

hr practices within construction industry  of the HR Industry with HCM Fellow, Row Henson Read More
Margin Squeeze and Globalization in the Food and Beverage Industry
In the food and beverage industry, the channel master makes final volume decisions and mostly controls the unit price, with the manufacturer having limited

hr practices within construction industry  a losing proposition. Part Three of the series Food and Beverage Delights. For background and a definition of the industry see Food and Beverage Delights . For information about trends in the sector, see Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues . The situation is not much mitigated when it comes to the food service channel, which is the second largest food distribution channel. This channel sells fresh and fully- or semi-prepared food produce for consumption in restaurants and eating Read More

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