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Enabling Product Innovation: The Roles of ERP and PLM in the Product Lifecycle
Companies are turning toward product innovation to achieve revenue growth, but to generate return on an innovation idea, the idea must be fully developed. When

limitation of the product life cycle  due to a technical limitation, for example, may become a viable product based on new technology from a supplier. There is a large amount of value and intellectual property developed in the design process. This information is often difficult to reuse, however, because it is largely unstructured. If this information is readily accessible to other designers, and readily searchable, then it is valuable and will promote reuse of ideas and concepts. Reuse is very valuable because it creates new value from a Read More...
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The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 1
As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses

limitation of the product life cycle  to overcome the inherent limitations of their cell phones, leveraging the global ubiquity of 802.11 LAN standards. One can only imagine the positive shifts that will occur as WiFi hot spots continue to proliferate globally, and how the convenience and ROI will improve as the engineers increase their use of wireless for VoIP, data, and video. ROI ROI for Semco Maritime was only a secondary consideration: they required global voice connectivity but soon learned that it was accompanied by an impressive ROI: Read More...
The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 3
When deploying any new system, preparation is key—and Internet protocol telephony (IPT) systems are no exception. Part 3 of this 4-part e-book series provides

limitation of the product life cycle  the Materials, including without limitation, for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary or consequential damages whatsoever resulting from the use of any information contained in the Materials. The Materials (including but not limited to the text, images, audio, and/or video) may not be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, or distributed in any way, in whole or in part, except that one copy may be downloaded for your personal, noncommercial use on a single Read More...
How One Provider's Solution Covers the Bases of Price Optimization and Management
What are the solutions that enable Zilliant's customers to gain a better understanding of their markets' price response and translate this into more profitable

limitation of the product life cycle  order systems (a common limitation in B2B), while continuously refining price recommendations as more data becomes available. The approach also has the additional benefit of being relatively easy to visualize, thereby empowering price analysts with the conceptual understanding they need to interpret results and take full advantage of the system. To illustrate, ZPPS Optimization provides the optimized price recommendations as a deal envelope for each price segment, which is a set of three prices that Read More...
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Three: Analysis of IFS and Intentia
Having traditionally done implementations via their product delivery organization, IFS and Intentia also have long exhibited a focus on product quality and

limitation of the product life cycle  Also recognizing its scalability limitation, in addition to the rigidity of its erstwhile two-tier client/server architecture, IFS first embarked on creating an n-tier product architecture in the mid-1990s. This n-tier product architecture separates presentation, business logic, and data storage layers, and also render IFS independent from the Oracle development tools and the use of stored procedures in the Oracle database. IFS Applications 2001 was heralded as a fully Internet-enabled and componentized Read More...
Seeing through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud
Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk

limitation of the product life cycle  through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk. Climbing out of the weeds to take in the big picture and lay the groundwork for better future performance seems a luxury. This report introduces best practices for improving the performance of mission-critical networked applications and provides pointers for what to look for in Read More...
The Miracle in Detroit: Putting the ROI into ITIL
IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase

limitation of the product life cycle  Miracle in Detroit: Putting the ROI into ITIL IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase deployments, such as IT infrastructure library (ITIL) implementations: massive projects which are hard to sell to management, and which promise returns many years in the future—after significant investment. So how do you get management to buy into your vision? Read More...
Manage the Change or Change the Management during an ERP Software Selection: The Change
Change happens all the time—but why are changes in our personal lives similar to those in our professional lives?  There are some major events that occur and

limitation of the product life cycle  the Change or Change the Management during an ERP Software Selection: The Change Change happens all the time—but why are changes in our personal lives similar to those in our professional lives?  There are some major events that occur and change things forever. For an individual, such a change can be caused by marriage; for a company, by the selection of an ERP system. There is always a way out when relationships stop working (both between people and companies), but it can be painful—and Read More...
AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street?
Both Intel and AMD announced earnings that handily beat Wall Street estimates – on the surface. Do the numbers symbolize a new trend in the CPU market?

limitation of the product life cycle  Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street? AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street? R. Krause - May 4, 2000 Event Summary April 18, 2000 - Spurred by heavy demand for chips in the first quarter, chip makers AMD and Intel announced sales and earnings estimates far in excess of what Wall Street had predicted. For Intel, earnings were 88 cents per share, vs. the expected 69 cents per share. But the real surprise was AMD: analysts expected earnings to be 58 cents per Read More...
The Insider’s Guide to Great Customer Service on the Web
Companies that provide superlative service keep their customers satisfied and loyal. It’s particularly important to deliver great customer service on the web

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Case Study: Making the Leap to the 4PL Market
Founded in 1905, Ewals Cargo Care (ECC) has a long history as a third-party logistics provider. In 2002, Ewals took steps to target the then-emerging fourth

limitation of the product life cycle  Study: Making the Leap to the 4PL Market Founded in 1905, Ewals Cargo Care (ECC) has a long history as a third-party logistics provider. In 2002, Ewals took steps to target the then-emerging fourth-party logistics (4PL) market. Making that leap required more than just a refocus of its commercial activities, however. Learn how ECC found a solution to plan, optimize, monitor, and manage the flow of goods—with complete command over all transport requirements. Read More...
Accelerating the Financial Close: CFOs’ Insights into the Benefits of a High-quality Close
We interviewed CFOs at complex multinational companies to learn what they see as key to accelerating their consolidation and close processes, along with the

limitation of the product life cycle  the Financial Close: CFOs’ Insights into the Benefits of a High-quality Close We interviewed CFOs at complex multinational companies to learn what they see as key to accelerating their consolidation and close processes, along with the challenges they face. They see their ability to conduct a high-quality close as a competitive advantage, rather than simply a regulatory obligation. A well managed close process is also important for building investor confidence in the company. Find out more. Read More...
Product Architecture for Product Endurance?
Product architecture can ensure product scalability, endurance, and the incorporation of emerging technologies. Consequently, LANSA 2005 offers Web Application

limitation of the product life cycle  Architecture for Product Endurance? LANSA Target Market While not a household name like Microsoft or IBM , LANSA has been quietly delivering software solutions to mid-market companies for two decades. It is a global provider of enterprise application development and integration software and its target market consists of an estimated 250,000 mid-sized organizations. Many are IBM iSeries shops within manufacturing and distribution segments, and while some frequently buy new solutions, many try to Read More...

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