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PC Market Figures Show Compaq, Dell, and HP Lead
The desktop PC market is turning from a five-way fight into a three-way horse race, led by Dell, Compaq, and HP.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: Compaq, Dell, and HP Lead PC Market Figures Show Compaq, Dell, and HP Lead R. Krause - August 23, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - August 23, 2000 Event Summary Recent figures compiled by IDC show that Compaq Computer Corporation maintains a slim lead over Dell Computer Corporation in worldwide (WW) PC shipments, while Dell extends its lead in the US PC market. Jumping into third place in both US and WW market shares is Hewlett-Packard, whose year-over-year growth rates led all of the major PC
8/23/2000

Inventory and Lead Times — Understanding Decoupling Points
While inventory is necessary in manufacturing, most companies would like to reduce their inventory, but only if that did not cause problems. Managing inventory according to decoupling theory is the most effective approach to reducing (the wrong kinds of) inventory without damaging service level—without increasing the risk of shortages that disrupt production (components and materials) and hurt customer service (finished goods). Read more.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: Inventory and Lead Times — Understanding Decoupling Points Inventory and Lead Times — Understanding Decoupling Points Source: Plex Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: While inventory is necessary in manufacturing, most companies would like to reduce their inventory, but only if that did not cause problems. Managing inventory according to decoupling theory is the most effective approach to reducing (the wrong kinds of) inventory without damaging service level—without increasing the risk
1/9/2013 3:02:00 PM

The Fuzzy Logic Between Lead and Lag Indicators
Analog Devices was the first company to implement a balanced scorecard company-wide on an Executive Information System. In fact, it has been running for 13 years. One of the major lessons that Analog learned was to trust the lead and lag relationship between non-financial and financial measures. This note was based in part from an interview with Art Schneiderman, pioneer of the balanced scorecard concepts at Analog Devices and Bob Stasey, VP of Quality at Analog Devices.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: The Fuzzy Logic Between Lead and Lag Indicators The Fuzzy Logic Between Lead and Lag Indicators R. Lynch - April 25, 2000 Read Comments Business Management Issue External financial reporting and internal operational control represent two fundamentally different functions. The former is guided by GAAP, tax laws, and the needs of stockholders and are lagging performance indicators. Operational control, on the other hand, is a leading performance indicator, and is guided by business strategy, and how well
4/25/2000

Dell Snags Motorola’s Grzelakowski to Lead Wireless Business Unit
The anticipated advancements in cellular wireless technologies allowing far faster connections means that the global wireless market will break the 600 million user mark and break 10 billion (USD) in market value.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: Snags Motorola’s Grzelakowski to Lead Wireless Business Unit Dell Snags Motorola’s Grzelakowski to Lead Wireless Business Unit P. Hayes - July 19, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - July 19, 2000 Event Summary ROUND ROCK, Texas--June 26, 2000--Dell, the world s leading direct computer-system company, has hired Moe Grzelakowski to head a new business unit that will help Dell further capitalize on rapidly growing opportunities in wireless networking within the expanding global Internet infrastructure.
7/19/2000

Can the Market Sustain a Stand-Alone EMM?
The new millennium has completely redrawn the IT industry map especially in the enterprise marketing management (EMM) sector. The number of independent marketing automation vendors has significantly shrunk. Names such as Xchange, MarketFirst, Annuncio, and Prime Response no longer exist. Amongst the few still operating is Aprimo. Their strategy primarily targets large customers from the financial services, technology, media and entertainment, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing industries, and it pays. Aprimo just released its version 6.0 posed to help the vendor sustain the ongoing IT turmoil.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: functions from campaign and lead management modules have pushed the limits of marketing automation and that is the reason vendors such as Aprimo and Unica are now referring to their products as enterprise marketing management (EMM) solutions. Product Definition and Market Impact Despite competition from both major CRM/ERP (enterprise resource planning) vendors and marketing analytics providers, pure-player marketing solutions like Aprimo, and Unica continue to serve the enterprise market place with new
5/6/2004

AnyDoc Customer Success Story: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau Delivers Results With OCR
Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau (SHPS) was growing and needed a solution that could boost its productivity and deliver results to its clients. Processing thousands of health- and benefit-related forms was a major component of its business, and as such, employees faced ever-increasing workloads. To ease the load, SHPS implemented AnyDoc’s optical character recognition (OCR) solution and drastically reduced labor costs.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: AnyDoc Customer Success Story: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau Delivers Results With OCR AnyDoc Customer Success Story: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau Delivers Results With OCR Source: AnyDoc Software, Inc. Document Type: Case Study Description: Sykes-Health Plan Service Bureau (SHPS) was growing and needed a solution that could boost its productivity and deliver results to its clients. Processing thousands of health- and benefit-related forms was a major component of its business, and as such,
11/28/2007 2:37:00 PM

Health eConnex: Processing In-house with Complete Remote Control
What do you do with a growing number of customers and not enough office space for workers? Health eConnex, a health care claims-processing service, found the solution in optical character recognition (OCR) for AnyDoc Software’s remote verification feature. Now employees telework, processing 75,000 claims a day with 99.5 percent accuracy. Learn how the solution helped make manual data entry a thing of the past.

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11/22/2007 3:28:00 PM

True Demand


LEAD OCR FORUMS: The TrueDemand product includes the following components:Logistics analytics: the solution looks at inbound supply chain analytics at the stock-keeping unit (SKU) and location level, including product lead times, days-of-sales, cycle times, dwell times and turnover rates, and inbound service levels.

The Bottom Line on Bad Customer Data
You can blame your sales people all you want, but if the lead data is bad, they’re not going to bring in business. You can blame your product managers for ineffective promotions, but if the target lists are redundant, the pitches fall on deaf ears. You can blame your customer service representatives for low satisfaction scores, but if customer data is missing, then no wonder the complaint resolution pipeline is backed up. Think it’s your customer resource management (CRM) system? Think again. It’s bad data, and it’s costing you millions. Request your copy of The Bottom Line on Bad Customer Data that delivers detailed advice from Jill Dyche, partner and co-founder of Baseline Consulting, about what you can do to address the impact of bad data on your company. The report gives you insight into how bad data is impacting your company and what you can do about it. How to identify where the bad data is and quantify its impact, and different approaches to determine the sources and causes of bad data are all offered in this paper.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: want, but if the lead data is bad, they’re not going to bring in business. You can blame your product managers for ineffective promotions, but if the target lists are redundant, the pitches fall on deaf ears. You can blame your customer service representatives for low satisfaction scores, but if customer data is missing, then no wonder the complaint resolution pipeline is backed up. Think it’s your customer resource management (CRM) system? Think again. It’s bad data, and it’s costing you
5/25/2005 10:37:00 AM

Demystifying the Anti-spam Buzz
The options available for mitigating e-mail spam in the enterprise are varied—as varied as the variety of actual spam definitions. These factors often lead to some confusion about what a particular anti-spam solution can or can’t do. In order to focus on the basics, you need to cut through the hype in the anti-spam market and its buzzwords.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: definitions. These factors often lead to some confusion about what a particular anti-spam solution can or can’t do. In order to focus on the basics, you need to cut through the hype in the anti-spam market and its buzzwords. Demystifying the Anti-spam Buzz style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Security,   Content Filtering,   Network Security Monitoring,   Spyware Detection and Removal,   Virus Protection Related Industries:   Management of Companies and
1/3/2007 3:30:00 PM

Case Study: Tampa Tile
Maintaining profitability was a major challenge for Tampa Tile because of the complexities of providing the construction industry with long-lead products, many of which are imported from Europe and South America. Its old enterprise resource planning (ERP) system no longer met its needs, so Tampa Tile looked for a new system that offered event management capabilities, in addition to inventory management. Learn more.

LEAD OCR FORUMS: the construction industry with long-lead products, many of which are imported from Europe and South America. Its old enterprise resource planning (ERP) system no longer met its needs, so Tampa Tile looked for a new system that offered event management capabilities, in addition to inventory management. Learn more. Case Study: Tampa Tile style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Inventory Management,   Supply Chain Event
6/18/2009 2:29:00 PM


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