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Operational Excellence: The New Lever for Profitability and Competitive Advantage
Better. Faster. Cheaper. Every company is grappling with these concepts today as economic uncertainty spreads. Though many are focusing on what to eliminate in

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Top 10 Risks to a Configuration Project and How to Avoid Them
Companies producing and selling complex and configured products can achieve a major competitive edge by successfully implementing product configurator software

it operational acceptance criteria  testing early and do it often don't wait until the model is complete Establish acceptance (buyoff) criteria, for instance, the ability to handle all structured input created to test the model logic, to produce error messages, and to develop an accurate configuration Bring in prospective users from outside the project team to assist in early and continuous testing, such as those from sales, channel partners and selected customers Recheck the adequacy of product modeling training Avoiding the risks of Read More...
Running and Optimizing the Business of IT: The SAP Best-practices Approach
IT has long been seen as one of the best ways to address the challenges of the business environment. Yet the complexity and rigidity of IT infrastructure keep

it operational acceptance criteria  include improving security, lowering IT operational costs, improving availability and performance, reducing errors, solving problems faster, and satisfying regulatory compliance requirements. The ITIL Framework :Best Practices for ITSM For organizations seeking to progress along the IT process maturity path, the ITIL framework offers a set of recommendations and best practices that have gained wide acceptance across multiple industries. As demonstrated in Figure 3, ITIL is the most widely implemented IT Read More...
From Idea to Market-ready Product in Record Time
The odds against successful product innovation are long. New products need to win over consumers and convince retailers—a challenging task for many reasons

it operational acceptance criteria  the decision makers release it to the next phase. Each company can decide which concept data to use when evaluating the progress of a project. Data is stored centrally, and each person involved in the project can access the data needed for his or her role. At the end of the project, the data set, which grows with each phase, forms a solid basis on which to create a business plan. The processes required to develop concepts that are ready for development run on a workflow-controlled basis. Examples include Read More...
On-demand ERP in the Enterprise: A Practical CIO Guide to Implementation
Discover a framework for crafting a software-as-a-service (SaaS) strategy in your company. Examine key concerns such as data integrity, maintaining compliance

it operational acceptance criteria  of users and fine-tuning it before bringing other users on board. Organizational readiness. Introducing SaaS into a core application like ERP can be a jolt for the organization, which may not be used to features such as real-time visibility into operational metrics and user defined data reporting. It is important to prepare business users to take proper advantage of these new capabilities, putting processes in place for change requests and problem resolution, while ensuring IT maintains governance Read More...
Driving and Delivering Operational Excellence
Operational excellence is a key goal for all of us, and to achieve it, we need people, processes, and technology that are all operating at peak efficiency

it operational acceptance criteria  picture of employees’ performance it was hard to gain the full benefit from these tools. User Experience Management (UEM) software provides the missing link, allowing the identification of both user problems and best practices already in use. Read this white paper to learn how to identify and replicate these best user practices to improve employee and organizational effectiveness. 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

it operational acceptance criteria  a Niche and Serving it Well: EcFood - A Dot-com Making It Event Summary Food and beverage industry strategic sourcing vendor ecFood , recently announced exceptional results for 2001 with dramatic increases in revenue, gross margin, transaction volume, customer acquisition and services. The privately held company closed out the year with record-breaking performance, including an 815% increase in gross margin from 2000 and revenue of $37.6 million. ecFood also acquired a major dairy industry purchasing Read More...
Deliver Smarter Products and Services by Unifying Software Development and IT Operations
Unifying development and operations is a critical aspect of enabling a dynamic infrastructure—one that improves service, reduces cost, and manages risk to

it operational acceptance criteria  Unifying Software Development and IT Operations Unifying development and operations is a critical aspect of enabling a dynamic infrastructure—one that improves service, reduces cost, and manages risk to better meet the evolving challenges of today’s technology, application, and business environments. This white paper introduces a process and product framework to help organizations enable a more dynamic infrastructure for delivery of smarter products and services. Read More...
Columbus IT
Columbus IT is a global technology consulting and software development company dedicated to improving your operations. You can count on Columbus for low

it operational acceptance criteria  IT Columbus IT is a global technology consulting and software development company dedicated to improving your operations. You can count on Columbus for low risk implementations of ERP, BI, and CRM systems and faster ROI. At Columbus, software development is not an afterthought – you get the benefit of an entire division that is completely focused on the development of high quality industry solutions. Underscoring our leadership in the industry, we have been recognized as ‘Global Partner of the Read More...
IT Service Delivery: From Basic Automation through to Managed Services
Service companies that want to thrive need to find a better way to deliver services and run their business. Automating IT services is the answer, and it should

it operational acceptance criteria  run their business. Automating IT services is the answer, and it should be the immediate goal of any company that aims to stay in business as market pressures increase. Looking beyond basic automation, becoming a managed services provider (MSP) should be the long-term goal. Discover ways to ensure your service company's survival in today’s competitive IT services market. Read More...
Cutting IT and Application Support Costs
With budgets under pressure companies must look at ways to reduce IT costs. User support is a prime candidate for scrutiny, because it takes up a significant

it operational acceptance criteria  IT and Application Support Costs With budgets under pressure companies must look at ways to reduce IT costs. User support is a prime candidate for scrutiny, because it takes up a significant proportion of the budget. Putting in place a coherent, adaptable learning culture helps to ensure your support costs are minimized and employees remain productive. But there is no one-size-fits-all model. To achieve maximum impact at minimum cost, a variety of tools and approaches aligned overall with company Read More...
Replenishment: What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important?
Replenishment is an area within operations where retailers can find a competitive edge. Excelling at replenishment enables implementation of promotional

it operational acceptance criteria  What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important? Replenishment: What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important? If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Retail Replenishment can be defined as acquiring product on a recurring basis to support anticipated need. Replenishment is best served as an automated process given the huge number of combinations of items and store locations. Systematic creation and updates to demand Read More...
Four Key Questions: Ensuring Continual IT Innovation at CPG Companies
For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that

it operational acceptance criteria  Key Questions: Ensuring Continual IT Innovation at CPG Companies For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that support that process. Taking a consumer approach to upgrading can help. You need to seek out solutions that fit your CPG environment, can keep up with continual innovation, and more. But you always need to be thinking ahead. Learn more about developing an IT roadmap. Read More...
CRM: What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background
Many consultants, vendors, and analysts today define CRM in terms of being a customer-centric business strategy that is enabled by a set of applications that

it operational acceptance criteria  What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background Historical Background Customer relationship management (CRM), a concept that has been around since the mid 90s, has its roots in the technology of sales automation and call center operations. At that time, it was thought that merging the customer data from the field (sales) with the call center interactions would result in more informed interactions with the customer. The concept resonated with user organizations and soon mergers and Read More...
What's Wrong With Application Software? - A Possible Solution? What Is It, Why And How Does It Fit Into Your Future
The series, 'What's Wrong With Application Software' explored key challenges found in enterprise applications and also discussed the characteristics of next

it operational acceptance criteria  Why And How Does It Fit Into Your Future Introduction In the series, What's Wrong With Application Software we explored key challenges found in enterprise applications. We also discussed the characteristics of next generation architectures that would provide better support for applications. While the series ran, we received a lot of feedback. The messages we received both validating the problems and pointing to some potential answers. A number of vendors are working on solutions (see What are vendors Read More...

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