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Savvion Inc. BusinessManager 7.5 for Business Process Management Certification Report
Savvion Inc.'s business process management solution, BusinessManager 7.5, is now TEC Certified. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations

level zero diagram  to compete on a level that satisfies most customers' requirements for certain modules, with a market focus requiring that it differentiate itself through other modules. Not Competitive Zone Savvion BusinessManager 7.5 has no modules located in the Not Competitive Zone. The area in the red Not Competitive zone indicates where the product supports a lesser quantity of functionality than an average solution. Modules listed in this section are unlikely to be as important to the vendor's target market as the Read More
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A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction...
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Compliance Exposures in ERP Systems Part 1
This paper examines key issues for CFOs and CEOs in managing ERP systems in the new world of SOX, IFRS, Basle II. While most IT management attention seems to be

level zero diagram  reasons - The C level executives may not be aware of the importance and availability of system optimisation data and its potential to help them manage ROI, business alignment and compliance issues. IT management may not be aware of the available compliance data or its value to corporate executives. They may be too busy supporting and updating current systems to analyse historical performance. There may be a reluctance to expose historical governance and performance issues. Whilst some ERP vendors are Read More
A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 2: A Tutorial
This tutorial, part 2 of a two part series on Knowledge Based Selection, demonstrates the selection processes and capabilities of Knowledge Based Selection

level zero diagram  each of the second level criteria (Figure 3). The major iPAQ concern to me is Product Availability . This indeed proved to be my biggest problem. In WebTESS you can go the Summary window, and change the priorities (with a little effort) to see the impact on results. TESS gives a neater solution, so I cheat here again. In Figure 4 is the Sensitivity graph from TESS. The plot is Percent Match (a special algorithm TEC has developed to give better measure of selection risk) against the priority weight. The Read More
4 Steps to a Best-run Business
To promote fast growth, small businesses often sacrifice process control for creativity. But sooner or later, unstructured creativity compounded by fast growth

level zero diagram  quality, delivery standards, service level agreements, regulatory compliance, or technical  support and service. SAP® Business ByDesign™ Starts at US$149 a Month Now you can afford a business solution designed to drive efficiency while growing and adapting with your company. SAP® Business ByDesign™ is offered on a subscription basis, starting at US$149 per user per month in the United States and China or €133 per user per month in Germany, the United Kingdom, and France. Simplify IT Because it's Read More
Top 10 Considerations for Choosing a Server Virtualization Technology
The playing field for server virtualization has become much more crowded over the last few years. It can be very time-consuming to digest each vendor’s

level zero diagram  P2V tools. #2. Virtualization Level Para-virtual and hardware virtualization solutions virtualize the technology from the hardware up to the OS. OS virtualization sits on top of the OS, virtualizing a single instance on a server and taking advantage of all of the underlying hardware technology. Hardware virtualization looks exactly like a dedicated server, ten servers consolidated onto one will still have ten plus one underlying OS. OS virtualization requires only a single OS instance, although in Read More
Secure Managed File Transfer with BizLink
Part of the BizManager product suite, BizLink is an enterprise-level electronic data interchange (EDI) solution and business-to-business (B2B) gateway. It’s

level zero diagram  a powerful and scalable enterprise-level server solution that provides for the secure managed file transfer of critical business documents regardless of disparate data types, transports and connectivity methods. It can protect your private data as well as simplify the management of a complex community of trading partners, business partners and internal organizations. BizLink can serve as a single B2B Gateway solution for trading partner connectivity, community management, mapping, transformation and Read More
Proxima Technology
Proxima Technology, Inc. provides software and services to improve business service and accountability through service-level measurement, reporting, and problem

level zero diagram  service and accountability through service-level measurement, reporting, and problem notification in distributed computing environments. Read More
Illumiti Business Transformation Study – GlassCell Isofab
Once Illumiti implemented SAP at GlassCell Isofab, the company quickly realized the benefits of a real-time system over its legacy system, with one level of

level zero diagram  legacy system, with one level of access for everybody to all data and one source of data. Read More
Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level
Product managers in product companies are trying to develop applications that support multilingual functionality. Multinational corporations use multilingual

level zero diagram  Support to the Next Level Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level Ketharaman Swaminathan - August 17, 2009 Traditionally, multilingual software applications and Web sites allowed users to select a language from a list containing multiple languages at the set-up and log-in stage. The language was then installed and displayed on all screens, menus, and help text. That sufficed when the application's use was confined to a single language at a time. With the increasing globalization of the twenty-first Read More
JDA Portfolio: For the Retail Industry Part Three: JDA Portfolio 2004.1 Continued
With its new business model, JDA plans to build upon the broadening collective JDA Portfolio product lines to enable its customers to achieve a new level of

level zero diagram  to achieve a new level of operational excellence. The vendor plans to establish this capability as a defining and differentiating characteristic of its next generation PortfolioEnabled solutions over the coming months and years. JDA Portfolio 2004.1 software and service offerings will include the following: Portfolio Merchandise Management (see Part Two ) Portfolio Allocation and Replenishment (see Part Two ) Portfolio Planning and Forecasting (see Part Two ) Portfolio Store Systems Portfolio Customer Read More
BI on the Go: About Functionality and Level of Satisfaction
We thought it would be useful to take another look at what was revealed in our recent survey on mobile BI regarding what’s important for mobile BI users, and of

level zero diagram  Go: About Functionality and Level of Satisfaction TEC recently published its 2014 Mobile BI Buyers Guide and a related blog post in which some results from a survey on mobile business intelligence (BI) usage, needs, and trends were discussed. We thought it would be useful to take another look at what was revealed from the survey regarding what’s important for mobile BI users, and of course, how satisfied they are with the mobile BI solutions they work with. Let’s take a look at some of our findings Read More
Case Study: Committed Load Execution Optimization
In 2008, a multinational manufacturer and distributor wanted to elevate its load tendering process to a more sophisticated level. To guarantee cost savings, the

level zero diagram  to a more sophisticated level. To guarantee cost savings, the company wanted to be able to create a batch of tendered loads for a given time period before releasing them to the routing guide tendering logic. Now, it has the capacity to move orders with no increase in costs. Learn about the solution that helped enable this. Read More
Virtualized Storage for SMB: How Synology DiskStations Provide an Affordable iSCSI Solution to Grow Storage Needs
Historically, enterprise level IT tools, at enterprise level prices, have been out of reach to most small businesses. In recent years, the landscape has changed

level zero diagram  Storage Needs Historically, enterprise level IT tools, at enterprise level prices, have been out of reach to most small businesses. In recent years, the landscape has changed and more frequently small businesses are gaining access to enterprise level features at small business prices. One of the most talked about large-scale features in storage is the capability to use and manage virtual storage to create separate, private disks for different departments or clients. Learn about solutions that offer a simp Read More
Business Agility for Midsize Companies: Actionable Information and Employee Insight
Business agility means that everyone—from C-level executives to front-line workers—needs to execute on the changing business environment and the requisite

level zero diagram  agility means that everyone—from C-level executives to front-line workers—needs to execute on the changing business environment and the requisite changes to business plans. As a midsize company, agility is even more critical; you need to react quicker than your larger counterparts to survive and thrive. Read about an application that empowers users at all levels to align resources to execute on strategies. Read More
Demand Commander
Demand Commander is a demand forecasting and planning solution designed for sales representatives, managers, planners, and c-level management. It can be used

level zero diagram  representatives, managers, planners, and c-level management. It can be used to manage customers; derive and execute sales plans; plan production, purchase, and deploy products; and present key business metrics. Demand Commander's functions include demand factor learning; model creation and competition; and consensus building. Read More

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