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How To Write a Winning Proposal
Your proposal should prove your case, and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. But all too often, reading a proposal is almost as painfully

investment structure of a proposal  value or return on investment (ROI) Complying with the specification Proven vendor competence Don't guess! If you don't know what the customers care about, ask them. About the Author Tom Sant, founder of The Sant Corporation and author of Persuasive Business Proposals , is internationally recognized as an expert on proposal writing. Sant's Web site is http://www.santcorp.com/ . Compare ERP solutions now Read More...
PPM for Internal Departments
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Typically IT departments employ an IT governance framework to ensure that their PPM...
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EAI - The 'Crazy Glue' of Business Applications
When companies create or change trading relationships or when they swap out business application systems, information systems professionals are required to

investment structure of a proposal  is the goal of investment in EAI technology. Buyers have a number of applications from various suppliers and a number of external trading partners with whom they want to exchange business transactions. EAI suppliers promote products that connect to a diverse set of applications (Adapters) transform data format, structure and content (Transformation Capabilities), move data among applications predictably and with assured content integrity (Transport), and create new transaction interconnections with assure Read More...
Fostering a Culture of Adaptability
Having the right IT infrastructure is critical to consistent growth and profitability for midsize companies. Sadly, many business applications don’t support

investment structure of a proposal  effective trade-off decisions about investment Maintain strong metrics and feedback loops Promote excellence in execution Less successful companies are often unable to make large investments in IT to support the visibility and adaptability needed to develop these characteristics. Until recently the enterprise software market has not offered a comprehensive, flexible, and transparent software solution that is easy to implement and easy to modify – at a cost that fits the IT budgets of most companies. How Read More...
Distinctions and Benefits of Strategic Sourcing
Strategic sourcing involves ongoing relationships, which creates the opportunity for mutually beneficial collaboration between the buyer and the suppliers. This

investment structure of a proposal  information, participate in joint investment, and develop linked and common processes to increase the performance of all the organizations. Many companies form strategic alliances to increase the performance of their common supply chains, and these alliances can entail interaction among many counterpart functional departments, such as engineering, marketing, production planning, inventory, or quality management. Goals for these relationships may include cost reduction, quality improvement, better deliver Read More...
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is not the only government regulation that enterprises must comply with. Several others make it imperative that appropriate enterprise

investment structure of a proposal  demand comparable numbers for investment decisions, even non-listed companies will be forced to issue IFRS-compliant financial statements (see mySAP ERP Financials: IFRS Compliance ). This requires the use of enterprise systems that can maintain several parallel ledgers in general ledger (GL) accounting, and carry out parallel evaluations so that companies can adhere to complex accounting standards, meet capital and financial market requirements, and ensure the reliability and transparency of their financ Read More...
A SaaS Start-up Cautionary Tale: The Makana Experience (Or: How You Can Create a Great Product and Still Hit the Wall)
Great products and a growing customer base are not enough to succeed in the SaaS ICM marketplace. Find out why Makana, a startup SaaS vendor, found it difficult

investment structure of a proposal  as it seeks new investment. The point, of course, is not only that the enterprise software industry is as volatile as a sus domestica on ice, but—more prosaically—that great products and a growing customer base are no guarantee of success for software-as-a-service (SaaS) startups. Makana Solutions, vendor of incentive compensation management (ICM) SaaS software, was founded in 2004 in Lexington, Massachusetts (US). Its mission statement: to offer tools to help “attract and retain key employees, Read More...
E-Commerce Lesson: Success Gets a Yawn, Failure Takes a Beating
ERP giant SAP Aktiengesellschaft announced full details of its Internet strategy. Consumer electronics giant Best Buy announced 2Q earnings rise of 34 percent

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The Benefits of a Software Selection Project-Even when Management Imposes a Decision
The Project Delivery Group (PDG) here at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) works closely with our clients to assist and guide them through the process of

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A Short Guide to a Faster WAN
Wide area networks (WANs) are essential to the majority of businesses, enabling effective communications within the organization and with customers, partners

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Planning for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed
Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and

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PeopleSoft: No More a Humble Kid From a Rough Neighborhood?
PeopleSoft has been on a quest to dramatically improve its customer service & support by weeding out its 3rd-party consulting partners. PeopleSoft also has a

investment structure of a proposal  revenue in R&D. That investment is paying off with new product releases that indicate the company is in sync with market trends. We believe that PeopleSoft may also be in a good position to be a strong contender in a number of industries. While this may not be the case in complex manufacturing until the market witnesses the proven capabilities of its forthcoming PeopleSoft 8 release, it certainly can compete in traditional service industries with its human resources, financial, and recently added CRM and Read More...
The Benefits of Focusing on a Niche and Serving it Well: EcFood - A Dot-com Making It
ecFood is a strategic sourcing vendor focused on the industrial food market. Its recent financial results prove that being highly focused can bring value to

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Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite? Part Two: Baan Under Invensys
Baan's phase under Invensys, after a turbulent three years that have seen considerable people, market and technology change, and considerable worthwhile

investment structure of a proposal  to improve Return On Investment (ROI) and establish continuous monitoring improvement initiatives and thereby get the best out of their alredy deployed software. Measure Up uses the principle of Corporate Performance Management (CPM) - which encompasses Business Intelligence (BI) tools and platforms - to enable organizations to develop a monitoring system to measure and optimize their individual performance levels. However, besides mere measurement capability and identification of a problem it is also a Read More...

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