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Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets
Economic activity in emerging markets is growing at around 40 percent@as compared with 2 to 5 percent in the West and Japan. Businesses all over the globe are

made in china  a mistake had been made in their offer letters, because they'd never known another company to offer trust pay. This is very appealing to recruits from the developing world, because often their whole families are invested in their success. Parents, siblings, and other relatives have worked hard to send them to school, and once they know they can support their loved ones, they can focus on their work. Because HCL has stayed true to its promises, its employees are dedicated and its customers are taking Read More...
Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Has Consolidation Made the PLM Market More Agile?
While the race for the pole position in the still evolving, moving-target PLM market started several years ago, it has been quite accelerated by Agile Software

made in china  Consolidation Made the PLM Market More Agile? Event Summary While the race for the pole position in the still evolving, moving-target product lifecycle management (PLM) market started several years ago, two notable players have recently decided to leapfrog the competition by joining complementary forces. Namely, early in August, Agile Software Corporation (NASDAQ: AGIL), a San Jose, CA-based provider of PLM solutions with historical strength in the high-tech and electronics industries, announced it has Read More...
Beyond Boundaries: A New Role for Finance in Driving Business Collaboration
The current global economic instability means firms have to quickly adapt to business conditions. This uncertainty may increase companies’ reliance on business

made in china  and balances. It just made good sense to stick to what we do best in terms of transportation and logistics and work those aspects, and in some of these other areas [worker’s compensation and casualty claims assessment], defer to outside providers who have the expertise. Growing pains in China The Chinese market may be poised for growth in partnerships as the country continues to develop its internal business infrastructure. Many Chinese companies already have alliances with international businesses, Read More...
The Impact of Demand-Driven Technology in the SCM Market: IBS
The integration solutions market will be an interesting area of growth. IBS has an attractive offer for companies with complex and expensive business software

made in china  finances, and it has made a profit in a total of twenty-five of the twenty-seven years it has been on the market. Even in 2003, despite a continued weak IT market, IBS succeeded in meeting its established objective of making a profit after financial items. This was possible due to heavy cuts in operating costs accompanied competitive solutions and services. Combined these prevented revenue from decreasing by more than five percent, which is considerably lower than for many of its competitors. An Read More...
How Do People in Different Regions of the World Select Software?
The joke “If … Made Toasters” (here is one of many variations) has been circulating and evolving on the Web for quite a long time. The first time I read it was

made in china  The joke “If … Made Toasters” ( here is one of many variations) has been circulating and evolving on the Web for quite a long time. The first time I read it was at least 10 years ago, but once in a while I still receive it in my inbox. Since we’re always looking for something different, I’m taking the initiative and starting a new topic in a similar pattern—how do people in different regions select software? The United States (US) : In order to select software, Americans need a lot of time Read More...
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

made in china  concerns. Decisions must be made regarding system aspects such as object replication, multithreading, and system topology. It is during this activity that the physical architecture of the system is developed. Technology Viewpoint The technologies that will be used to implement the system are selected in this view. All other viewpoints are fully independent of these technology decisions. Since the majority of the architecture design process is independent of the deployed hardware, commercial technology Read More...
Oracle Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release
The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle Database In

made in china  Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release Oracle CEO Larry Ellison took center stage at a special event to announce the planned release of the Oracle Database In-Memory . The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle originally announced the in-memory solution during last year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference. The Oracle Database In-Memory demonstrated from 100x to more than 1000x speedup for enterprise Read More...
What Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean?
In an earlier post, What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean?, I discussed what the word “product” means in  product lifecycle management (PLM). In this post, I am

made in china  Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean? In an earlier post, What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? , I discussed what the word “product” means in  product lifecycle management (PLM). In this post, I am going to move onto the next letter, “L” for lifecycle . According to Merriam-Webster, one definition of lifecycle is “ a series of stages through which something (as an individual, culture, or manufactured product) passes during its lifetime .” In a typical manufacturing environment, these 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

made in china  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 a Read More...
What’s New in Siemens PLM Tecnomatix 10.1
Tecnomatix became part of the Siemens PLM family of products in 2007, having been created in 1983 in Israel to offer manufacturing process management (MPM

made in china  New in Siemens PLM Tecnomatix 10.1 Tecnomatix  became part of the Siemens PLM family of products in 2007, having been created in 1983 in Israel to offer manufacturing process management (MPM) solutions. It acquired Unicam Software (a provider of software to manage the production of printed circuit boards) in 1999 and USDATA (a provider of the production control solution FactoryLink and manufacturing execution system Xfactory) in 2003. In 2007, USG Corporation acquired Tecnomatix and combined its Read More...
Wireless (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise
Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured

made in china  (In)Security Trends in the Enterprise Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) has become a mainstream technology offering great benefits and efficiencies but carrying with it unique security challenges. Unsecured WiFi provides an easy target for hit-and-run style attacks allowing hackers to cause severe damage while remaining invisible and undetected. Ignoring the specific requirements for securing their enterprise network and users against WiFi vulnerabilities, businesses risk loss of confidential data, legal Read More...
What Does the “M” in PLM Really Mean?
In the two previous blog posts (What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? and What Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean?) I discussed the object being managed within the

made in china  Does the “M” in PLM Really Mean? In the two previous blog posts ( What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? and What Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean? ) I discussed the object being managed within the product lifecycle management (PLM) methodology. Now, it is the time to move on to the last word—“management.” Management is such a general term nowadays, that simply looking at it won’t give you much idea of what it is about in the PLM context. If your organization is looking for a PLM Read More...
Why Is In-transit Visibility (ITV) in the Supply Chain Important?
ITV capabilities allows an organization to meet the challenges of rapidly increasing fuel prices, changes in regulatory requirements, and provides customers

made in china  in transportation can be made possible by implementing mobile technology. With ITV functionality connected to a TMS and SCM system, a dispatcher can coordinate an alternate route with the driver for shipments already in transit and provide the same arrival time as originally estimated. Improved compliance: By applying ITV to all products being shipped, any non-compliance issues are identified and appropriate actions are taken. In order to achieve optimal results, an organization can implement the Read More...
Future Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 2: Outside-In Omnichannel Fulfillment
The TEC Vendor Challenge was in full swing last week, with 2 days' worth of vendor demonstrations from Epicor, IBS, Infor, Microsoft, NetSuite, SAP, and VAI, as

made in china  Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 2: Outside-In Omnichannel Fulfillment The TEC   Vendor Challenge was in full swing last week, with 2 days' worth of vendor demonstrations from Epicor , IBS , Infor , Microsoft , NetSuite , SAP , and VAI , as well as presentations and dynamic discussions. In  part 1 of this blog post series , I provided highlights from the TEC Vendor Challenge on how disruptive innovations are changing the landscape of the wholesale distribution industry. In this second post Read More...
In the News: Gartner Lawsuit
Gartner seems to be in the news a lot lately. First, they announced they will acquire AMR and now we find out that a vendor is suing them for not being included

made in china  the News: Gartner Lawsuit Gartner seems to be in the news a lot lately. First, they announced they will acquire AMR and now we find out that a vendor is suing them for not being included in the Magic Quadrant. I wasn’t surprised to find out that the name of the website where the news was published is techdirt . Another interesting post on the same website caught my attention: five years ago, a woman sued a telecom company because a driver talking on his cell phone caused an accident. The lawsuit was c Read More...

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