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Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website?
WebCriteria announced that it has launched a new study of user interaction with Websites. As with previous studies, the results will be used to build a software

load testing should cover  tolerance for sites that load slowly or make it hard to find information - it's actually true. Companies need to know whether their websites suffer from this kind of problem. Most traffic analysis tools tell what pages have been visited and how long the pages were viewed. By looking at the last page that a surfer visits a company can deduce what parts of a site surfers don't like, but this requires that the company first lose those surfers (and potential sales). WebCriteria takes a different approach. It 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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Adopting Service-oriented Architecture Increases the Flexibility of Your Enterprise
Time was, information technology (IT) systems lasted much longer. Organizational restructuring was uncommon, as business did not really require it. However

load testing should cover  to seasonal increase in load SOA Defined SOA helps enterprises meet all these business and technology drivers. SOA refers to an architectural strategy to help achieve business-IT alignment, by adopting a three-dimensional perspective of the enterprise namely, technology, people and processes (Figure 1). SOA facilitates implementation of business functionality as a set of well-governed, standards-based, loosely-coupled services and processes, defined in a flexible and agile manner. SOA is an architectural Read More...
Responding to Warehouse Management Needs
The area of warehouse management systems and supply chain execution might be the best examples of Adonix' commitment to provide small and large businesses with

load testing should cover  storage; allocation; picking; packing; loading; reservation (i.e., special order items) management; batch/lot control and serial number control; management of multiple product and location classifications; inventory transfers and external warehouse management; expiration/use by/sell by date control; European Article Number (EAN-13) or universal product code (UPC) management; cycle counting and inventory management; and a bevy of inquiries and reporting capabilities. Further, its scalable tier one inbound Read More...
Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as

load testing should cover  system? To what transaction load is the application rated ? Have these results been audited by a third party? Are transaction loads for your company's peak hours available? What percent of capacity must be reached before a hardware upgrade is automatically triggered? What is the current software version of the application software? What is the release schedule for future releases? When an upgrade ready for installation, is it made available to internal IT members for some period of time for testing Read More...
Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS: Challenges, Choices, and Transformative Technologies
Transitioning to international financial reporting standards (IFRS) is more than just a mandate—it’s an opportunity for companies to improve their financial

load testing should cover  users to access and load information from source systems, and facilitate compliance reporting as well. Look for systems that allow business users to map metadata between source systems and EPM systems, drill back to the data's point of origin, and access a full audit trail. XBRL The U.S. SEC recently mandated the use of the interactive data-tagging language eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) for filing financial results (see table). Under this mandate, companies must use XBRL to create their Read More...
6 Metrics No Executive Should Be Without
In an economic climate characterized by cost-cutting and increased regulatory requirements, organizations face growing demands to reduce employee turnover and

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Should US Companies Buy
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Should You Consider Deltek? Well it Depends…
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Why Privately Held Manufacturers Should Implement IFRS-ready ERP Solutions
While regulatory requirements to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) may be a concern for publically traded companies only, there are

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How Wipro Transformed BT’s Release-service Introduction, Testing, and Deployment Activities
This IDC Buyer Case Study examines BT's successful project to reduce costs and raise efficiency and quality in its release-service introduction, testing, and

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Six Reasons You Should Think About Getting a New Accounting System
Accountants and business people overall are generally aware that whatever happens in the company must be reflected in the corresponding accounting books or

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Nine Telltale Signs You Should Replace Your Current WMS
You rely on a warehouse management system (WMS) to maintain ongoing operations, support changing customer requirements, keep up with industry regulations, and

load testing should cover  when confirming an outbound truckload shipment? If your WMS takes an inordinately long time to respond, it could be because the program can no longer handle the demands on it. This can lead to considerable declines in productivity, efficiency, and order processing time. 2. Your current WMS offers a limited functional footprint. Does your WMS have the sophistication to allow your business to pursue continuous improvement initiatives? This often involves the addition of related functions such as slotting, Read More...
15 Questions You Should Ask Any Potential ERP Software Supplier
Choosing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package that’s right for your business can be difficult and time consuming. Finding a software provider and

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