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Retailers Join Forces for a
Today's competitive retail landscape has lead to mega-mergers between some of the oldest retailers in the US: Kmart and Sears. Before the technical issues of

make different letters  of these enterprises can make internal coordination difficult with their odd conglomerations of business practices and enterprise application packages from a variety of vendors. The problem is further exasperated by how these systems will be amalgamated. Recognizing this issue, both Sears and Kmart have lately made significant strides in transforming their organizations. The merger is hoped to further accelerate this process. It hopes to also benefit from improved operational efficiency in areas such as Read More

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Quoting and Costing for Multiple Units of Measure
A common need of plastics producers is real-time shop floor production monitoring. This serves many purposes, including tracking cycles on tools or machines

make different letters  them the ability to make quick and accurate price quotes or pricing revisions, since they can thus generate multiple quotes per customer, customize quote letters and reports, create items in inventory and the BOM, run what if scenarios, and reuse or modify existing quotes. Although this is a necessity in almost all other manufacturing businesses, and although these capabilities have been well-supported by most enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, plastics producers especially benefit from a Read More
Mobilizing Change
It's not news that people are resistant to change. Inertia, one of the rules of the universe, applies to people as well as to objects. Many organizations

make different letters  have a reason to make the shift. Generally, you'll need to attack the issue from a number of angles, and keep reinforcing. This paper addresses just one of those ways, the creation of a Case for Action. Typically, a business case is required for approval of any significant project within an organization. This is often a dry document that provides facts and figures. It is often used once (i.e. to get approval) and filed, never to see the light of day again. The anticipated benefits often show financial Read More
Situational Intelligence: Not Just Another Fancy Term
Recently, Space-Time Insight released Version 4 of what they call the Space-Time Insight Situational Intelligence Suite. For the company, this is not just a

make different letters  which enables organizations to make decisions and perform actions with a high degree of confidence. Exploiting the data in the proper way is not an easy task, though; it requires building the necessary bridges to correlate these information silos, and potentially also integrating them, in order to understand the correlation and gain enough knowledge to inform actions. Also, to add more complexity to the mix, these days time is a key dimension; information needs to be delivered, collected, and delivered Read More
Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One
We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the

make different letters  now you have to make it work. Companies focus on the details of the acquisition, not the successful ascendancy of the new company. So far, there is only one CA, but it will be interesting to see how SSA moves forward with mature and slightly worn companies. Other challenges in creating success acquisitions come from absorbing different architectures—planning and execution, or disk centric data base (ERP) and APS memory resident or web centric approaches. Software companies tend to be an either/or Read More
10 Golden Rules for Choosing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are intended to provide data to help employees make better decisions, to make your core business processes more

make different letters  data to help employees make better decisions, to make your core business processes more efficient, and to help reduce costs across your organization. But implementing an ERP system for the first time is expensive, time-consuming, and requires a lot of planning. Following these 10 golden rules can help you choose the right ERP system for your organization. Read More
ProfitKey in 2014—the Manufacturing ERP Solution’s New Look and Status
Two years in the life of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software company can make a huge difference. That is particularly true in the case of ProfitKey

make different letters  (ERP) software company can make a huge difference. That is particularly true in the case of ProfitKey International (PKI) . Two years or so since our last in-person briefing at the company’s Salem, New Hampshire head office, the vendor seems to have shaken off two major issues that have long plagued it. One was finding a new committed investing backer while the other was significantly improving the product’s once ancient look and feel (for more info, see TEC ’s early 2012 two-part article series ). Read More
Pay, Performance, and Productivity: How to Use Compensation to Motivate and Make a Difference
Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees. A well-designed compensation

make different letters  Compensation to Motivate and Make a Difference Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees. A well-designed compensation strategy that connects rewards and performance can benefit both employers and employees. This white paper discusses some of the key factors. Read More
CRM for the Finance and Banking Industry - Part 1
How many different systems does a bank employee use when changing a customer’s contact information? The last time I moved and had to change my address, the bank

make different letters  for the Finance and Banking Industry - Part 1 How many different systems does a bank employee use when changing a customer’s contact information? The last time I moved and had to change my address, the bank employee used two systems, asked three or four of her co-workers for help, and took about 15 minutes to do it because the information from one system did not transfer right away to the other system. It goes without saying that this was not my best experience dealing with banks, but not the worst Read More
Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense Part Two: The Impact on Real Costs
High-level strategic decisions often have multiple, cascading cost impacts. The reaction of the costs to changes in the supply chain system is not predictable

make different letters  Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense Part Two: The Impact on Real Costs Analyzing the Real Costs Most supply chain optimization models focus on optimizing supply chain. Frequently, though, the costs used in supply chain models are standard costs, averaged costs or cost penalties . While these costs act as good guidelines for tactical decisions, they are not appropriate for strategic decisions because they often lead to incorrect conclusions. There is an inherent Read More
How Application-aware Networks Make the Impossible Possible
Network traffic patterns have dramatically changed from predictable point-to-point transaction-oriented activities to bandwidth-hungry, always-on, many-to-many

make different letters  Application-aware Networks Make the Impossible Possible Network traffic patterns have dramatically changed from predictable point-to-point transaction-oriented activities to bandwidth-hungry, always-on, many-to-many interactions. A coordinated approach across multiple datacenters and remote locations with actionable metrics is the only way to ensure that the network team will be a trusted partner in the new intelligent economy. Download this report to learn more. Read More
Why Manufacturers and Distributors (Still) Need Different ERP Systems
The distinction between manufacturing- and distribution-focused enterprises used to be very clear. Lately, however, the offshore movement of manufacturing

make different letters  Manufacturers and Distributors (Still) Need Different ERP Systems The distinction between manufacturing- and distribution-focused enterprises used to be very clear. Lately, however, the offshore movement of manufacturing capacity has made many domestic manufacturers look and act very much like distributors, while distribution companies have had to start performing functions that typically have been performed by manufacturers. Yet, even as the lines become increasingly blurred between manufacturing and Read More
Expert’s Guide to Successful MRP Projects
To succeed in their tasks, planners and schedulers rely on materials resource planning (MRP) software to make recommendations and send signals. To make

make different letters  planning (MRP) software to make recommendations and send signals. To make meaningful suggestions, MRP requires a steady diet of accurate, relevant, and timely data. This guide breaks down two critical MRP project success factors: 1) tips to select the right MRP software, and 2) best practices to extract meaningful value from MRP solutions. Read More
Can Mzinga Really Make You OmniSocial?
According to Paul Greenberg, an expert in customer relationship management (CRM) and social CRM (SCRM), the term “social customer” was coined by Chris Carfi

make different letters  Mzinga Really Make You OmniSocial? According to Paul Greenberg, an expert in customer relationship management (CRM) and social CRM (SCRM), the term “social customer” was coined by Chris Carfi “ some six or seven years ago .” But before being social customers, we are social media users—we use Facebook , Twitter , create blogs and comments on Web sites, and sometimes we can even integrate some of these tools and make them work together. Unfortunately, this is not an easy thing to do and if you Read More
How to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment
In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM, Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the

make different letters  to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM , Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the obstacle toward higher acceptance of PLM. I thought his point made perfect sense, and my instant reaction was to ask myself: How can this problem be resolved? Ideally, a PLM system is a platform for people to work together. This means that knowledge sharing is mutually Read More

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