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Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities?
Invensys has created a new group within its Production Management Division called Invensys Production Solutions. The group includes the PRISM and Protean process ERP products plus the resources of Invensys Validation Services group. While the unit should have much strength, it also has certain liabilities that must be addressed.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities? Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities? P.J. Jakovljevic - May 13, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary Recently, after a lengthy and painstaking soul-searching exercise, Invensys plc , the global automation and controls group with headquarters in the UK, created a new group within its Production Management Division (PMD) called Invensys
5/13/2003

SAP Becoming a (Legal) Polygamist
SAPMarkets, the US dot-com spin-off of German ERP leader SAP AG, is partnering with Commerce One to build and sell software for online trading exchanges. This announcement comes only a month after its partnership with Nortel Networks for CRM product offering. SAP, owing to this alliance, has a chance to put content behind its extensive recent advertising campaign for mySAP.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: SAP Becoming a (Legal) Polygamist SAP Becoming a (Legal) Polygamist P.J. Jakovljevic - July 21, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - July 21, 2000 Event Summary According to the press release from June 14 at SAPPHIRE 2000 Las Vegas, the annual SAP Americas customer conference, SAP AG, the leading provider of inter-enterprise software solutions, SAPMarkets Inc., the SAP subsidiary dedicated to delivering mySAP.com marketplaces, and Commerce One Inc., the leader in global e-commerce solutions for business,
7/21/2000

Webtime Now Legal
A court ruled illegal a one-year restriction that would have prevented an employee from working for a competitor.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: Webtime Now Legal Webtime Now Legal D. Geller - November 2, 1999 Read Comments Webtime Now Legal D. Geller - November 2, 1999 Event Summary It is common for a company to require new hires to sign agreements that would prevent them from working for competitors after they leave the company. Mark Schlack signed a one-year contract with EarthWeb in October 1998, according to the New York Law Journal. The following September he resigned to take a position with a new website, Itworld.com, to be launched by
11/2/1999

Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities?Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations
Invensys must communicate its successes and strategy to the marketplace, and must aggressively invest in customer satisfaction, marketing, and sales. IPS must convince customers and prospects that it is here to stay; while the functionally rich products are great advantages, many other considerations make some customers and prospects perceive these solutions a risk.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: on-line signature that is legally binding). To that end, both future releases of Protean (4.1) and PRISM (7.2), which have been committed to be respectively released mid-2003 and at the end of 2003, will feature the above regulatory compliance in full. The company s early product vision and venerable reputation in the process manufacturing market for providing plant-centric ERP solutions might finally play well to capturing the marketing opportunity. The regulated industries require both immaculate operat
5/14/2003

Thriving in Crisis: How to Effectively Manage a Product Recall through IT
Though product recalls are never desired, they do happen. Your company’s response can make the difference between being the role model and losing market share or even being displaced from the market. In this white paper, PM War Stories, in collaboration with Pronto Software, examines how to effectively manage a product recall to mitigate liabilities, protect your brand and turn the crisis into an opportunity. Read more.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: product recall, supply chain, global supply chain, erp, erp software, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, supply chain logistics, recalls, crisis management, consumer product recalls, food recalls, baby product recalls, recalls on vehicles, fda recalls, strategic management, emergency response plan, recall list, recall email, crisis management software, product safety, Pronto Software, PRONTO-Xi.
2/6/2012 2:43:00 PM

Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access
E-mail and the Internet are critical resources for most organizations, but the attributes that make them so essential can generate significant legal risks for employers. E-mail and Internet misuse continues unabated. This paper considers some of the risks of employee use of e-mail and the Internet and suggests solutions such as setting up effective usage policies to help reduce risk.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: E-mail and the Internet are critical resources for most organizations, but the attributes that make them so essential can generate significant legal risks for employers. E-mail and Internet misuse continues unabated. This paper considers some of the risks of employee use of e-mail and the Internet and suggests solutions such as setting up effective
11/17/2010 12:48:00 PM

Understanding ESI Technology and Workflows
The advent of powerful yet inexpensive computers and global connectivity has produced data everywhere. Relevant data needs to be identified and brought into court. E-discovery essentially requires a professional approach to managing a project, with application of general principles to the legal world. Read this paper for a review of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) technology used for litigation and e-discovery.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: general principles to the legal world. Read this paper for a review of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) technology used for litigation and e-discovery. Understanding ESI Technology and Workflows style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Consulting and Services,   Business Intelligence and Data Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   e-discovery,   ESI,   Data managment,   e discovery software,   esi international,  
1/31/2011 4:06:00 PM

Enterprise Content Management Solution Creates the Ultimate Customer Experience
Interwoven has grown from a web content management vendor to an enterprise content management (ECM) vendor providing a full suite of ECM components. With this suite, it helps its clients provide the ultimate customer experience.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: extremely strong in the legal and financial industries. The vendor categorizes its main focus as being in customer experience, professional services, and financial services solutions. Interwoven began as a web content management (WCM) vendor, providing a solution for document management, as well as the ability to publish this content to different web sites. Throughout the last five years, Interwoven has acquired companies in digital asset management (DAM), records management, and collaborative document
8/7/2006

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Guidebook
Whether yours is a large multinational organization, a midsize regional company, or anything in between, you should consider implementing bring your own device (BYOD) policies that meet your company’s specific needs. Any decisions about your policies should be made by your executive management, IT, HR, finance, and legal teams. It is important that your decisions fit your company needs, meet your financial goals, and consider the security, legal, regulatory, tax, and other requirements that exist in the countries where you do business. This policy guidebook will answer common questions and help you through your policy development process.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: IT, HR, finance, and legal teams. It is important that your decisions fit your company needs, meet your financial goals, and consider the security, legal, regulatory, tax, and other requirements that exist in the countries where you do business. This policy guidebook will answer common questions and help you through your policy development process. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Guidebook style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Mobile,   Mobile Security,  
6/3/2013 3:03:00 PM

Alcie Enterprise Edition


LEGAL LIABILITIES: ALCIE's multi-company, multicurrency enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite was developed with, and uses, Oracle technology.

Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them and that investment should be protected. Additionally, companies have both competitive and legal obligations to assure that such data is kept private and secure. Many companies and most people are unaware of the obligation and potential threats.

LEGAL LIABILITIES: opening the company to legal action. Data extracted from several sources on mainframe systems is incomplete and not synchronized, causing a collections team to ignore high-risk accounts, resulting in a bad-debt bubble to burst weeks downstream. An employee s resignation places his personal computer into the hands of a supervisor who reassigns the machine without removing files, causing the loss of months of sales leads, proposals, and contract details. A work group shares files over the corporate
4/18/2000


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