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SAP Support - From Reactive to Proactive » The TEC Blog
SAP Support - From Reactive to Proactive » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: ActiveEmbedded, customer support, Enterprise Support, MaxAttention, SAP, SAP Active Globa Support, Solution Manager, Standard Support, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
08-01-2013

Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth
Case Study —Holland Bulb Farms: Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth With over 25,000 customers, Holland Bulb Farms of Wisconsin (US) needed a more efficient way to sell and market its gardening items on the Web. The company wanted an integrated system to keep track of its growing number of transactions, expenses, and purchases. With Everest, the company found the all-in-one solution it needed—and within the first month of going live, saw a 300-percent return on investment. Learn more.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth Source: Everest Software Inc. Document Type: Case Study Description: With over 25,000 customers, Holland Bulb Farms of Wisconsin (US) needed a more efficient way to sell and market its gardening items on the Web. The company wanted an integrated system to keep track of its growing number of transactions, expenses, and purchases. With Everest, the company found
7/11/2008 8:53:00 AM

What Are the Support and Maintenance Options?
Enterprise software licensees do have a choice when it comes to software support and maintenance (S&M) providers, with several, less expensive options existing for any company that is considering discontinuing S&M for an application product.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: What Are the Support and Maintenance Options? What Are the Support and Maintenance Options? P.J. Jakovljevic - April 4, 2007 Read Comments Enterprises can remain at the mercy of vendors high-priced support and maintenance (S&M) agreements for only so long. If vendors continue playing hardball with their customers, they are likely to face substantial customer defections, with customers seeking alternative options. To learn more about software maintenance and support, please see Will User Enterprises Ever
4/4/2007

Bad Customer Support Is Not a Software Problem » The TEC Blog
Bad Customer Support Is Not a Software Problem » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: CRM, customer service, customer support, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
29-02-2012

NPDI - Process Support: Implications for Supply Chain Teams
The key to success is an effective, collaborative NPDI process. New product development and introduction (NPDI) is the process of managing all activities and resources to bring a new product to market that meets customer needs and supports the business goals.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: NPDI - Process Support: Implications for Supply Chain Teams NPDI - Process Support: Implications for Supply Chain Teams Source: Axon Solutions, Inc Document Type: White Paper Description: The key to success is an effective, collaborative NPDI process. New product development and introduction (NPDI) is the process of managing all activities and resources to bring a new product to market that meets customer needs and supports the business goals. NPDI - Process Support: Implications for Supply Chain Teams
6/16/2005 4:11:00 PM

Will Your Commerce Platform Support Ongoing Business Growth?
Optimizing growth amid ongoing change puts special demands on a retailer’s multichannel commerce platform, particularly since digital commerce remains at the cutting edge of retail. This white paper offers four critical capabilities for a commerce platform that can successfully “future-proof” your technology systems and your business, priming both for long-term growth.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Will Your Commerce Platform Support Ongoing Business Growth? Will Your Commerce Platform Support Ongoing Business Growth? Source: hybris AG Document Type: White Paper Description: Optimizing growth amid ongoing change puts special demands on a retailer’s multichannel commerce platform, particularly since digital commerce remains at the cutting edge of retail. This white paper offers four critical capabilities for a commerce platform that can successfully “future-proof” your technology systems and
8/14/2013 11:18:00 AM

From Sentiment to Insight—How Social Networking Can Support Engaged, Customer‐Centric Retailing
The advent of social networking sites can help shed light into the dynamics of customer demand. Retailers can choose to tap into consumer sentiment as expressed on social media networks and get personal with the right customers through the use of sophisticated technology to turn “unstructured” sentiment into usable data that can then be meshed with other internal information to create business insights. Find out how.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Insight—How Social Networking Can Support Engaged, Customer‐Centric Retailing From Sentiment to Insight—How Social Networking Can Support Engaged, Customer‐Centric Retailing Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: The advent of social networking sites can help shed light into the dynamics of customer demand. Retailers can choose to tap into consumer sentiment as expressed on social media networks and get personal with the right customers through the use of sophisticated technology to t
12/23/2010 11:16:00 AM

Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture
Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering their ability to provide the deterministic admission control capabilities available within the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture Source: MultiService Forum Document Type: White Paper Description: Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering
7/21/2006 2:07:00 PM

Will User Enterprises Ever Get onto an Easy (Support and Maintenance) Street?
Vendors' traditional pricing strategies aren't going to work much longer. Sooner or later, prices will be determined by what the market is ready to bear rather than be based on what vendors think is a profitable way to deliver solutions.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: software licensing and software support and maintenance arrangements. In addition, pricing potholes exist even within the more recent and creative initiatives (that is, value-based pricing, pay as you go, on demand, software as a service [SaaS], etc.) that, at the end of the day, might carry unforeseen costs and become more expensive over time. Such pricing mechanisms typically work well for smaller and simpler applications, but have thus far largely failed with the more complex
3/27/2007

Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry s Best Kept Secret ?
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements affect their bottom lines, vendors need to reassess their pricing and value proposition strategies.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry s Best Kept Secret ? Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry s Best Kept Secret ? P.J. Jakovljevic - March 30, 2007 Read Comments For the longest time, the traditional pricing strategies of software vendors have included a reliance on support and maintenance (S&M) contracts, which is where most vendors could be assured of meeting, if not surpassing, their margins. The sizable profit made from S&M contracts (with customers paying
3/30/2007

Step Up to Lean Manufacturing—Make Value Flow Through Your Bottleneck
Manufacturers everywhere are turning to “lean manufacturing” to help them combat competition from low-cost countries and meet the increasing demands from customers for shorter lead times, more product variety and smaller orders. Lean manufacturing is a philosophy that focuses on customer value-adding activities, elimination of waste and continuous improvement in order to meet pull-driven customer demand.

IT SUPPORT FLOW CHART: Step Up to Lean Manufacturing—Make Value Flow Through Your Bottleneck Step Up to Lean Manufacturing—Make Value Flow Through Your Bottleneck Source: Intentia International Document Type: White Paper Description: Manufacturers everywhere are turning to “lean manufacturing” to help them combat competition from low-cost countries and meet the increasing demands from customers for shorter lead times, more product variety and smaller orders. Lean manufacturing is a philosophy that focuses on customer
9/23/2005 3:09:00 PM


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