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Show Me the (Hidden) Money
Did you know that there is hidden money in your company? No, not in the safe, nor in some secret vault that you can access by pressing on a brick in the wall—it

make money  suppliers. •    Suppliers will make fewer components, therefore buy fewer raw materials. •    Raw materials suppliers sell less, so mining and quarrying companies extract less. Mr. Testa also mentioned that in order to respond to the challenges of the economic downturn, companies will have to adopt lean measures such as getting rid of non-essential inventory (which reduces storage costs), improving equipment and assets (when customers will start buying again the economy will improve), investing Read More

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Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record p...
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With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money
Clarus Corporation, having unloaded all of its back-end software business, is asking the market to fund its new life as an E-procurement vendor.

make money  an approach that will make a difference. They have to make a compelling case, based on experiences, that they can attract suppliers, and meet the other needs of customers well. They do offer integration with ERP systems, which is a minimal requirement, but are competing with vendors who offer application suites that may include asset management, human resources, and travel and expense tracking. The suite approach is also unproven as a definite advantage for the buyer of E-procurement software, but has Read More
Remote Implementations--Why They Can Make $ense
Everything in the computer industry seems to be going off-shore, why not software implementations? This article looks at reasons why remote implementation of

make money  why remote implementation can make logical and fiscal sense for US-based companies. Applicability for other countries will depend greatly on their wage scale and currency evaluation. The remote implementation alternative versus the on-site approach may not be for everyone; some organizations may feel uncomfortable with an implementation team located 1,000 miles away. However, you should seriously evaluate a remote implementation scenario to determine its applicability to your software project and its Read More
Poor Data Quality Means A Waste of Money
Data quality sounds like a motherhood and apple pie issue, of course we want our data to be right. However, very few enterprises get serious about it. Maybe

make money  cases, do the numbers make sense? One of the most frequent and most difficult causes of data quality is culture. If people do not think that data quality is important, it isn't. Since it is not important, people do not worry about the accuracy of a count or their handwriting on a picking document or they guess at the slot number. People will always be people and they pay attention to what's important. Culture is the hardest thing to fix. Culture change can only start at the top. Management has to see the Read More
Your Next IT Software Selection: Risk, Bottomless Money Pit or Opportunity
Every corporation needs to make decisions about the selection and implementation if new IT solutions on a regular basis. However, an industrial manufacturer or

make money  Every corporation needs to make decisions about the selection and implementation if new IT solutions on a regular basis. However, an industrial manufacturer or retailer cannot see this as being one of their core competencies. In most cases such a selection process is seen as a necessary evil rather than a challenge that uncovers new potentials within the company. Only the ones that are able to fully understand and control this process in conjunction with all internally and externally involved parties Read More
Jack Link's Beef Jerky Case Study:
A four-phased approach allowed for the gradual assimilation of a new technology into the organization. Start small and feel your way, but think and plan for

make money  Case Study: Wal-Mart Didn't Make Me Do It Part Two: An Approach to RFID Implementation Approach to RFID Implementation Some companies want the benefits of new technology, such as RFID, on their timetable without a gun, loaded with threats of lost customer sales, pointed at their corporate heads. This article looks at a company that chose to get in front of the technology curve before the information highway passed it by. Jack Link's Beef Jerky , like so many small and medium enterprises (SMEs), had been Read More
Too Hard to Adopt PLM? Find Ways to Make It Easier
Product lifecycle management (PLM) systems are too complicated, too expensive, and take too long to implement. That’s what I said last month in a blog post

make money  PLM? Find Ways to Make It Easier Product lifecycle management (PLM) systems are too complicated, too expensive, and take too long to implement. That’s what I said last month in a blog post . However, more and more companies find that adopting PLM is an unavoidable route to take regardless how many obstacles ahead. Can companies find ways to adopt PLM more easily and faster? After listening to Lectra ’s introduction to its Easy Start PLM implementation approach, I think I’ve found some answers. Late Read More
Boost Productivity, Save Money, and Avoid Legal Liability with Message Archiving
Analysts estimate that 80 percent of a company’s intellectual property is in its e-mail. Finding this information when it’s needed can be a major source of

make money   Read More
Space: The Final Frontier How Retailers Make Shelf Space Allocation Decisions
In both retail and consumer goods sectors, the gap between winners and losers widens every day. What is it about the winners that make them more and more

make money  Final Frontier How Retailers Make Shelf Space Allocation Decisions Space: The Final Frontier How Retailers Make Shelf Space Allocation Decisions Featured Author - Bill McBeath - March 18, 2005 Introduction In both retail and consumer product goods sectors, the gap between winners and losers widens every day. What is it about the winners that make them more and more successful, extending their lead every quarter? What are the dynamics driving this battlefront between retailers and their suppliers in the Read More
Software Giants Make Courting A Small Guy Their
As the battle for the mid-market intensifies, each Tier 1 vendor is exhibiting its bag of tricks for small-to-medium enterprises. While PeopleSoft is refining

make money  Giants Make Courting A Small Guy Their Business One Priority Event Summary On March 27, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), the leading provider of enterprise applications, announced the launch of the US version of SAP Business One , a new solution that should promote the company's capability to a new segment of the small and midsize business (SMB) market. At the same time, in a major pairing of two of the most trusted names in their respective technology and business services fields, SAP also announced that Read More
Four Steps to Make Your New Employees Productive Faster
If you're wondering how to get the people you hire up to speed quickly on file structures, naming, and storage plus other company SOPs, have a look at these

make money  Steps to Make Your New Employees Productive Faster I recently started a new job. With it came a new (to me) ERP system, one I’ve heard about for years, as I know people whose companies use earlier versions of the software. I have a lot to learn.   I noticed that my new company assumed (entirely unconsciously) that I would somehow know each of the following items: the company’s file structure the company’s file naming conventions the company’s computer security practices where to store each Read More
Dassault Systèmes Wants to Make A&D Companies Winners
Dassault Systèmes, a global provider of 3D design software, 3D digital mock-up (DMU), and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, announced during its

make money  Systèmes Wants to Make A&D Companies Winners Dassault Systèmes, a global provider of 3D design software, 3D digital mock-up (DMU), and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, announced during its recent annual North American forum (the former Dassault Systèmes Customer Conference has been renamed the 3DEXPERIENCE Forum) the launch of a new industry solution experience for aerospace and defense (A&D) companies called “Winning Program.” A&D companies will be able to configure the right Read More
A Green Guide to Streamlining Field Service Operations: Saving Money . . . and the Planet
With three primary “green” benefits to implementing cutting-edge field service technology solutions, every company—across any industry—can justify the effort

make money  multi-layer list of benefits makes the decision a clear one. Read More
Qwest Cyber.Solutions: “A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande”
Qwest Cyber.Solutions unveiled a new product portfolio for sector specific ASP solutions. The QCS Enterprise Freedom™ product suite is designed to offer

make money  Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande” Qwest Cyber.Solutions: A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande A. Turner - June 8 , 2000 Event Summary In May, Qwest Cyber.Solutions LLC, (QCS), an Application Service Provider (ASP) announced its strategy to deliver ASP solutions designed for key market sectors. The company has packaged a suite of ASP products, called Enterprise Freedom, to serve as the foundation for solutions offered to the finance, communications, healthcare, and services sectors. By identifying Read More
Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense
Companies make decisions about their supply chains every day. But do they really understand the impact of their decisions on the P&L, Balance Sheet, and key

make money  Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense Decisions That Count Companies make decisions about their supply chains every day. The decisions may relate to introducing or retiring products, making changes to manufacturing or distribution capacity, or modifying market segments, channels or customers. In their efforts to improve productivity, companies also make decisions involving the introduction of new processes, outsourcing, new supply structures and technology. When companies Read More
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