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Product Configurators Pave the Way for Mass Customization
'Mass customization' is the buzzword of the current decade. Customers demand products with lower prices, higher quality and faster delivery; yet they also want

knowledge representation techniques  products. Here, the design knowledge representation and the derivation of a feasible design solution are tightly coupled, by allowing the domain knowledge to be intermingled with the control strategy (actions). A few commercial configurators have been developed using the rule-base approach; some even have been integrated with application software such as CAD and PDM. They accept user requirements as features and options, and can generate CAD models based on the selected configuration. Some configurators Read More...
Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM)
The Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM) Knowledge Base research helps determine support levels of various systems that help companies market their services or products effectively an...
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Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

knowledge representation techniques  is continually changing. The knowledge of software architecture is expanding through research and practice. The architect must participant in this process as well. Architecture Management The management of the system architecture is a continuous improvement process much in same way any quality program continually evaluates the design and production process in the search for improvement opportunities. Architectural evaluation - the architecture of the proposed system is continually compared with other Read More...
PTC Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part One
This was my third time attending the PTC Live Global (formerly PlanetPTC Live) conference, and by now I can say with some conviction that, compared to its large

knowledge representation techniques  following three types of knowledge to remake their strategies: Domain knowledge—knowledge of the product and how it interacts with other products and systems; Operations knowledge—for making things better, faster, and cheaper than the competition; and Customer knowledge—knowledge of what an end-user demands or is about to demand. These areas are reduced in the strategy and planning process to a simple yet profound question: What constitutes a core value driver and what does not? In the case of Read More...
Leveraging 3-D for Sales Automation
It’s no longer acceptable for salespeople to respond to customers’ inquiries with “I’ll get back to you.” In the time it takes to respond, a competitor with

knowledge representation techniques  in the balance of knowledge leads to more complex questions about the product universe. In response, sales reps need to know more about how the products they are selling can be used in specific circumstances, understand the sales advantages over competitors' products, and be able to describe the resulting benefits. Sales reps can no longer retreat to product expertise to trump challenges or issues raised by buyers. Canned presentations and brochures of the past are simply not enough. There is a Read More...
Who Needs Warehousing Management and How Much Thereof?
The warehouse is no longer merely a static storage facility. It now has to use virtually real-time data to closely match supply to demand, eliminate the need to

knowledge representation techniques  themselves based on their knowledge of material handling and, to that end, also sell WMS that control material handling equipment as a complement to a much bigger material handling consulting or equipment sale—Provia Software and its parent Viastore Systems are good examples (see Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner; Part Three: Provia and Viastore Systems Alignment ) . This concludes Part One of a two-part note. Part Two will discuss the extension to yard management, present a competitive analysis, Read More...
QAD Enterprise Applications: Financial Packages Competitor Analysis Report
This financial software knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to establish your selection criteria for general ledger, accounts payable and

knowledge representation techniques  Report This financial software knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to establish your selection criteria for general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, reporting, and other bookkeeping requirements. This knowledge base in particular, offers a view on enterprise financial packages, which can complement an existing ERP system. Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 2)
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the need for knowledge management (KM) software applications as part of a more comprehensive and strategic service

knowledge representation techniques  Knowledge -- The abovementioned Knowledge Studio module creates a structured representation of content and maps the content to a standard vocabulary, which is commonly referred to as a domain model . The domain model is an abstract image of the application area in which the system operates, and it provides the vocabulary by which objects, states, actions, and relations can be described. It offers a structured representation of the attributes, their types, and the values that can be used to represent Read More...
E-Business Suite: Financial Packages Competitor Analysis Report
This financial software knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to establish your selection criteria for general ledger, accounts payable and

knowledge representation techniques  Report This financial software knowledge base anticipates as many factors as possible to establish your selection criteria for general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, reporting, and other bookkeeping requirements. This knowledge base in particular, offers a view on enterprise financial packages, which can complement an existing ERP system. Read More...
BI360: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

knowledge representation techniques  This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, querying, reporting, workflow, and in-depth analysis. Read More...
Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 4: User Recommendations
This tutorial identifies the significance of researching technology vendors to both buyers and vendors/VARs. Buyers require research to determine the short

knowledge representation techniques  within the TEC's ERP Knowledge Base (the Process Manufacturing Knowledge Base creation has also been under way). The remaining 5% are requirements peculiar to your business and industry (e.g., multiple children bills of material in the electronics industry), which need to be defined from scratch and prioritized appropriately. But, these should only be a small fraction of the entire immense RFI effort. Likewise, vendors'/VARs' effort in filling the new RFIs should only be limited to filling that 'delta' Read More...
Enterprise Knowledge Workers: Understanding Risks and Opportunities
To do their jobs, knowledge workers use the gamut of media and technologies. However, although the proliferation of new means to locate and access data has

knowledge representation techniques  Knowledge Workers: Understanding Risks and Opportunities To do their jobs, knowledge workers use the gamut of media and technologies. However, although the proliferation of new means to locate and access data has multiplied the amount of information available to these workers, it’s also made the efficient dissemination, management, and processing of data more burdensome. Find out more about how collaborative tools are—and aren’t—being used in the information-sharing workplace. Read More...
Meridian Knowledge Solutions
Meridian Knowledge Solutions helps you create measurable value with your learning strategy. Meridian provides technology platforms that empower enterprises

knowledge representation techniques  Knowledge Solutions Meridian Knowledge Solutions helps you create measurable value with your learning strategy. Meridian provides technology platforms that empower enterprises, governments, and member-based organizations to develop their people by delivering learning, assessing performance, and fostering collaboration. We’ve been making customers our partners since 1997. Our suite can be deployed on-premise, hosted, or in a secure cloud. Innovative design promotes configuration to business Read More...
Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Canadian Manufacturers
The clock is ticking for Canadian manufacturers to come up with a solution to the ongoing loss of knowledge capital. Natural employee attrition, such as

knowledge representation techniques  the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Canadian Manufacturers TEC's solutions, which include research comparison reports selection tools consulting services are driven by its powerful analysis engine, eBestMatch.TEC knowledge management strategies designed to help manufacturers stem the loss of organizational knowledge capital. Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Resources Related to Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Canadian Manufacturers : Knowledge Read More...
M1: Discrete Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The discrete enterprise resource planning (ERP) knowledge base addresses discrete manufacturing (distinct items such as auto parts or chairs) as well as non

knowledge representation techniques  enterprise resource planning (ERP) knowledge base addresses discrete manufacturing (distinct items such as auto parts or chairs) as well as non-manufacturing industries. Research vendors that support a range of functionality for production planning, shop floor control, and product costing. The knowledge base also provides information on financials, human resources, and other enterprise management modules. Read More...

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