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Understanding Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line
Given that virtually all small and midsized businesses can benefit from business intelligence (BI) tools, the real question is how much of this technology

line graph example  Intelligence and Your Bottom Line Understand Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Sage provides business software, services and support to small and medium sized businesses. Whilst our heritage is in the small business market we also have the experience and expertise to meet the needs of specific industries and larger organisations. Source : Sage Resources Related to Business Read More...
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These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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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

line graph example  The light blue dashed line indicates the cumulative priorities of the criteria, going from about 15%+ each for Basic features and PC Synchronization (note these two account for 30%+ of the full decision - see Figure 1), down to the lowest impacting criterion of Product Manufacturer (they're all good brands and this factor did not seem a strong differentiator for me as I indicated earlier). Given the priority setup, the iPAQ has the highest weighted average value all the way round, and the Jornada Read More...
Trends in IT Needs, Purchasing, and Strategy
Is there a tension between the people authorizing IT spending in your company and those determining the needs? The roles of each C-level position, combined with

line graph example  The company’s inventory management line of business had initiated the project because it had a number of problems that it needed the software to solve. It was the line of business that had determined the needs for the software but, they didn’t work in isolation. Rather, they included a member of IT in their selection team so that they could ensure the system would be the right choice with all of the infrastructure requirements in place. Conversely, if a company initiates a software selection project Read More...
Should You Consider Deltek? Well it Depends…
TEC selection software is used to match potential customers with Deltek's solution.

line graph example  Costpoint product. The blue-block line now follows the solid line, which means that in the financials module, for example, as an area with very strong functionality, the module receives a higher weight, or contributes more to the product's functionality in relation to the other modules. In adjusting the product's scores this way, we match areas that contribute a lot to the product's functionality to what a company would most need from its implementation. Essentially, the graph shows that if your company Read More...
ERP for Distribution: See for Yourself How the Competition Stacks Up
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) is proud to announce the TEC Vendor Challenge—ERP for Distribution. The Vendor Challenge event is for distributors

line graph example  demonstrations from this all-star line-up of market players. The Vendor Challenge is a great opportunity for companies looking for a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution or for companies that just want to see what the latest products have to offer. The solutions being demonstrated at the Vendor Challenge include: Epicor Prophet 21 IBS Enterprise Infor Distribution SX.e Microsoft Dynamics AX NetSuite SAP Business All-in-One VAI S2K Distribution Management All of these products are available for Read More...
Mirapoint Adds Web-Mail Client to Messaging Appliance Line
Given that the SP can host well over 200,000 mailboxes, the cost of the WebMail Direct option is minimized to approximately .16 cents a mailbox (bringing the

line graph example  Client to Messaging Appliance Line Mirapoint Adds Web-Mail Client to Messaging Appliance Line P. Hayes - June 7 , 2000 Event Summary Mirapoint has introduced WebMail Direct, a browser based extension of their messaging appliance series inbox. The WebMail Direct client allows a user to access his or her email from any web browser, regardless of whether or not the browser is Java enabled. Market Impact Well, what else is new, everyone else has a web mail client, so Mirapoint does too. But Mirapoint does it Read More...
Evaluating Financial Management Software: Is It Time for a Change?
Before you decide if you need to update your financial management software, you should ask some questions about five key areas of your operations. For example

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The Profit Generator: Business Infrastructure Management Systems
Companies looking to expand their facilities and strategize their way into the marketplace often focus most of their efforts on bottom line results. During the

line graph example  their efforts on bottom line results. During the process, they factor in infrastructure costs but often pay little attention on how to control them. Find out how a Web-enabled solution that puts infrastructure management sharply in focus can help you easily access distributed information while helping curb costs. Read More...
The Bottom Line of CRM: Know Your Customers
CRM has become a top priority for companies seeking to gain competitive advantage. However, confusion reigns about exactly what CRM is, how to best implement it

line graph example  Bottom Line of CRM: Know Your Customers CRM has become a top priority for companies seeking to gain competitive advantage. However, confusion reigns about exactly what CRM is, how to best implement it, or even what role it should play in enhancing customer interaction. Worse yet, even after investing hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars in CRM systems, most companies are no closer to understanding their customers than they were before the system was put in place. See how CRM analytics can Read More...
Enterprise Resource Planning for Services, and Professional Services Automation: Where Do You Draw the Line?
Since the late nineties, enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors have developed functionality for vertical markets in the service industry. Simultaneously

line graph example  Do You Draw the Line? Introduction Since the late nineties, it has been evident that the enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors that originally serviced the needs of manufacturing organizations have slowly extended their functionality to service the needs of non-manufacturing industries also. By the year 2000, when many of the major ERP implementations for the manufacturing industry had tapered off, tier one ERP vendors, such as SAP and Oracle , had refocused efforts to market their integrated Read More...
Improving Employee Engagement to Drive Business Performance
Given the significant impact that an engaged workforce has on business performance and the bottom-line, improving employee engagement has become a top priority

line graph example  business performance and the bottom-line, improving employee engagement has become a top priority for leading companies. See how organizations that embrace employee engagement, supported by a single, integrated talent management software platform, are reaping the rewards in terms of improved business performance and ultimately increasing their shareholder value. Read More...
Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an

line graph example  Give Us the Bottom Line Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software investment decision grows more critical. Many decision-makers look for an exact forecast of return on investment (ROI) from the purchase of a supply chain management application. At least four very real challenges make such perfect information Read More...
Banking Industry's Fair Value Accounting (FVA) Conundrum
Every company and almost every individual holds fixed assets. Over time, these assets change in value. For example, real estate tends to increase in value

line graph example  crisis has resulted in declines in the real-estate market and employment sectors. These declines result in housing and business property holdings dropping in market value. Some unemployed households are obliged to walk away from their properties. These worldwide problems are on the slippery slope downward, and the consequences affect all banks. In particular, US banks wish to not show the drop in value on their books for the following reasons: a) A great portion of their subprime mortgage holdings have Read More...
Business Intelligence Success, Lessons Learned
Is business intelligence (BI) an application that pays off? We have all heard mixed results but a 2003 extensive study on on-line analytical processing (OLAP

line graph example  in the data. OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing) The use of computers to analyze an organization's data. OLAP is the most widely used term for multidimensional analysis software. The term on-line analytical processing was developed to distinguish data warehousing activities from on-line transaction processing, which is the use of computers to run the on-going operation of a business. About the Author Olin Thompson is a principal of Process ERP Partners . He has over twenty-five years experience as an Read More...
Pricing for Profit in the Hotel Industry: Empowering Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence
Competitive pricing, and its impact on revenue, is a mainstay of marketing in the highly-competitive hotel industry. The real-time nature of the Internet means

line graph example  Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence Competitive pricing, and its impact on revenue, is a mainstay of marketing in the highly-competitive hotel industry. The real-time nature of the Internet means that sales, pricing, and revenue managers must abandon inward-looking cost-plus pricing models in favor of more rigorous outward-focused knowledge-based strategies. A system that provides market intelligence data creates important advantages for pricing Read More...

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