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Making the Move: What to Do When You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks
Your old solution provided the basic bookkeeping capabilities you needed to start your company. But now, you have more customers. More employees. More

making a construction proposal  in days by simply making a list of the ten to ifteen features you must have, calling potential vendors on the phone, and asking if their system can provide them. You can narrow your list down to the three inalists you plan to interview just by spending a few hours on the phone. Don t sit for product demos too early. Salespeople sometimes urge you to sit through a product demonstration before you re ready; it s easy to get caught up in bells and whistles and forget about your objectives and the must-have Read More

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Deltek Remains the Master of Its Selected Few Domains Part Five: Deltek’s Major Product Lines
Within its marketing and proposal automation product, Deltek espouses an emerging CRM derivative known as client relationship management, which should help

making a construction proposal  functionality and are intuitive making it easy for users to learn the application by navigating from process to process. Consequently, Deltek's large installed customer base of over 8,000 customers should at least enable the company to generate revenues from ongoing services and product enhancements provided to these customers. The vendor's strategy is to 1) maintain and strengthen relationships with the existing customers by providing ongoing support services; 2) derive additional revenues by migrating Read More
Fostering a Culture of Adaptability
Having the right IT infrastructure is critical to consistent growth and profitability for midsize companies. Sadly, many business applications don’t support

making a construction proposal  to them. Adaptability Means Making Change Predictable, Affordable, and Easy Many ingredients contribute to a company’s success. Strong leadership, disciplined execution, dedication to excellence, and opportunistic market conditions all play their part. But no company can truly achieve profitable growth if it does not quickly identify and capitalize on business opportunities. Doing so requires a culture of adaptability in your organization. Whether your initiatives call for growing rapidly or Read More
Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations
Disintermediation is the process of removing redundant intermediaries from a systems management infrastructure. Once vital to systems monitoring, proprietary

making a construction proposal  a reasonable basis for making a cost/risk decision since you know which components (and consequently which monitoring tools) are really important. In effect, you need to establish a Service Catalog . This may already be available in an existing service level management tool, it may be written down somewhere, or you can create this definition as you establish a common event management umbrella for all system monitoring tools, including the yet-to-beintroduced native tools. Organizations who have committed Read More
Enterprise Management Software Vendor Welcomes Additions
Deltek recognizes that most organizations run their enterprises by using a sort of closed-loop, corrective action process. However, most product-based

making a construction proposal  who are interested in making that move, given that Deltek FMS is a Microsoft Windows-based product with a client/server architecture, and not Web-based. It might be useful to clarify the fact that Deltek currently offers a plethora of products, which range from legacy systems to modern applications, from offerings for the lower-end of the market to systems for large enterprises, and from best-of-breed point solutions to more complete product suites. Looking horizontally across the range, its Read More
What Makes a Good IT White Paper Good… and a Bad IT White Paper Very, Very Bad…
A white paper is a document or “brief” (and yes, perhaps unfortunately, I mean “brief” in the sense of something that informs rather than something that is

making a construction proposal  which may help in making key business decisions. White papers are intended to inform— and to sell an idea or a product . Another way to look at it: a white paper identifies a need (or more cynically, creates a need or desire) and then suggests a solution. After all, as Michael Stelzner, a recognized expert in white paper writing, says: white papers are “powerful marketing tools” (or, in a more hyperbolic moment on his blog, “atomic marketing weapons”). In spite of this underlying purpose, it is Read More
Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective
In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These

making a construction proposal  COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By leveraging existing assets while moving to a service-based architecture, you can extend your existing business Read More
A Very Helpful Tool When You’re Choosing a New Software Solution
If you've ever been involved in selecting a business software solution, you know how tricky it can be. Today’s software systems are quite complex, and it can be

making a construction proposal  way to help avoid making a bad choice is to have a complete list of software functions to refer to. Let's say you're going to be choosing a new ERP system. With a list in hand of all the functions an ERP system can perform, you could flag all the functions your organization requires, prioritize them, and then submit them to vendors to see if, and how well, each vendor supports them. Creating this prioritized list of functional requirements and submitting it to vendors would not only help make sure that Read More
The ROI of a New Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case
In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date

making a construction proposal  ROI of a New Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date on everything from the latest technologies and regulatory requirements, to industry certifications, best practices plus job-specific and leadership skills. Download this white paper to learn how to construct the business case to justify the purchase of an Read More
A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy
A customer relationship management (CRM) system is inherently valuable for supporting customer acquisition and retention by gathering data from each contact

making a construction proposal  CRM System Needs A Data Strategy Introduction An underutilized customer relationship management (CRM) system - or one that cannot match its owner's expectations - will reflect poorly on both the vendor who sold it and the IT manager who authorized the purchase and installed it. Both, however, can help successfully manage such expectations (and add value to their respective roles) by wisely counseling about the strategic context into which a CRM system must function. Simply put, the market includes plenty Read More
A Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer
eBay's motion for a preliminary injunction to limit Bidder's Edge online auction search engine from linking to their site, may set precedents for future

making a construction proposal  Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer A Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer L. Taylor - May 15, 2000 Event Summary On Friday, April 14, the Federal District Court in San Jose, California held a hearing on eBay's motion for a preliminary injunction to limit Bidder's Edge, an online auction search engine, from linking to eBay's website. In an open letter dated April 20th to its user base, President and CEO of Bidder's Edge, Jim Carney, defended his position stating that, we remain confident in the correctness Read More
Content as a Service: a New Model for E-learning Content Delivery
How can a company ensure that users are taking the “right” course if they do not identify and understand their strategy for content delivery? Can content be

making a construction proposal  as a Service: a New Model for E-learning Content Delivery Plateau delivers a best-of-breed talent management solution with deep functionality for learning management, performance management, compensation management and career and succession planning. This allows organizations to take a unified approach to develop, manage, reward and optimize their talent. Source: Resources Related to Content as a Service: a New Model for E-learning Content Delivery : Content Delivery Network (CDN) (Wikipedia) Read More
How to Survive a Software Selection Project When Your Boss Is a Sociopath
Is your boss the main reason you call in sick on Monday mornings? Do you need to “manage” your boss in order to get any work done? Do you find yourself in the

making a construction proposal  Narcissism Is your boss making himself and/or his department the focus of your selection project? A successful project will inevitably hang on how successfully you gather requirements company-wide, building consensus among all stakeholders by conducting some form of business process modeling (BPM). BPM is a model or description of how a company conducts its business—the key word being company. BPM is a prerequisite for any internal process improvement, and can help businesses develop a list of Read More
Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage
Software giant Microsoft treated itself with a $1.1B Christmas present; it announced an agreement to acquire its long-term partner Great Plains Software, a

making a construction proposal  And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage P.J. Jakovljevic - January 16, 2001 Event Summary On December 21, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the world's largest software provider, announced it reached an agreement to acquire Great Plains Software Incorporated (NASDAQ: GPSI), a leading supplier of mid-market business applications. The acquisition should create new opportunities for Microsoft and Great Plain Read More
A Delicate Dance of Supply & Demand, Part 1: A Primer on Dairy Industry Complexity
The dairy industry is grueling. For farmers, the past decade has been a roller coaster of soaring fuel and feed prices and plummeting dairy sales prices

making a construction proposal  Delicate Dance of Supply & Demand, Part 1: A Primer on Dairy Industry Complexity The dairy industry is grueling. For farmers, the past decade has been a roller coaster of soaring fuel and feed prices and plummeting dairy sales prices, crushing many industry veterans. This white paper is intended to provide a baseline understanding of the historic and present-day challenges players in the industry face that are largely the product of governmental involvement and outside their individual control. Read More

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