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BI Hits the Road IV: MicroStrategy and QlikTech
In this issue of BI Hits the Road, I’d like to take a look at the mobile offerings of two business intelligence (BI) software providers: MicroStrategy (see

making grid charts  set of BI applications, making them strong competitors in both the BI software space in general and the mobile BI software space in particular. By offering mobile BI as an add-on to the users’ preexisting BI infrastructure, these vendors empower their users with mobile BI capabilities without requiring them to make changes to their BI platform. In the same light, users seeking mobile BI capabilities need to have a BI application platform in place before they can acquire mobile BI services. Finally, Read More...
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Managed Hosting in Europe: A Review of the Managed Hosting Market and Suppliers in Europe
The increasing use of virtualization allowed managed hosting providers to reduce costs by sharing infrastructure between customers, creating the earliest

making grid charts  IT anywhere, MHPs are making more and more effort to make their use of power more efficient. Hardware and software innovation helps with this and it is in the interest of MHPs to be using leading edge products in this regard. Particularly for one-to-one hosting, MHPs sometimes base their charging on power usage (see section 4.3). MHPs can drive environment messages around their efficient use of power; however some take it a stage further by seeking to use only sustainable power supplies either purchased Read More...
Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and

making grid charts  proliferation of data is making them increasingly inaccessible. How to make sense of all these data? People should be worried about how we train the next generation, not just of scientists, but people in government and industry, he says. We are at a different period because of so much information, says James Cortada of IBM, who has written a couple of dozen books on the history of information in society. Joe Hellerstein, a computer scientist at the University of California in Berkeley, calls it the Read More...
Understanding Business Intelligence and Your Bottom Line
Given that virtually all small and midsized businesses can benefit from business intelligence (BI) tools, the real question is how much of this technology

making grid charts  your compliance efforts by making information more accessible and more transparent, and by highlighting anomalies. A combination of accounting and BI-related reporting tools can serve as a vital part of your overall internal control compliance strategy. As you determine how to respond to the challenges imposed by Sarbanes-Oxley, there is little doubt that much of your attention will be focused on managing, protecting, and reporting on the data that at some point passed through your accounting system. One Read More...
Aligning IT and the Business: An In-Depth Look at Scoring - Selecting and Scheduling the Project Portfolio
This Business Engine white paper provides a technical account on the process behind scoring, selecting, and scheduling the technology portfolio. The document

making grid charts  the supply profile by making changes to labor, cost, and capital requirements. This is critical in determining the number of resources and the financial requirements to execute the portfolio. 1 Labor is meant to represent costs associated with non-contingent, non-employee labor such as project consultants from Accenture, for example. 2 By default, FTEs are used. This can be renamed to any unit such as person months, hours, person days, etc. Specifying Demand and Associated Benefits The constraints Read More...
Expense Management Automation: Making the Right Choice
Expense management automation (EMA) solutions are critical components in an organization’s business strategy, and the right solution can provide both immediate

making grid charts  Management Automation: Making the Right Choice Expense management automation (EMA) solutions are critical components in an organization’s business strategy, and the right solution can provide both immediate and long-term cost savings. EMA dramatically cuts the cost of processing expense reports while increasing employee satisfaction by improving operational efficiency, shortening reimbursement cycles, and ensuring compliance. This report provides details on the many benefits and choices for Read More...
Making Business-relevant Information Instantly Available to More Users
To stay competitive, organizations must constantly review the status of their projects, and make rapid decisions about which should continue, which should

making grid charts  Business-relevant Information Instantly Available to More Users To stay competitive, organizations must constantly review the status of their projects, and make rapid decisions about which should continue, which should change, and which are worth launching. To make these choices they need easy access to up-to-date business-relevant information. Learn about business intelligence (BI) solutions that are helping knowledge workers extract, analyze, visualize, and share that information. Read More...
Three Mistakes Organizations Are Making That Kill CRM Collaboration
Many experts are talking and writing about how collaboration can improve the relationship between a company and its customers, but most of them assume that

making grid charts  Mistakes Organizations Are Making That Kill CRM Collaboration Many experts are talking and writing about how collaboration can improve the relationship between a company and its customers, but most of them assume that employees collaborate naturally and are willing to work together for the success of the company. This is not always the case. The main reason—human nature being what it is—is that employees are motivated first by their own objectives and only secondarily by the goals of the company. Read More...
Making Discordant Systems Work in Harmony
Boeing Autometric required a system that not only provided a singe view of its customers; it also needed to be flexible. The company did not want software that

making grid charts  Discordant Systems Work in Harmony Boeing Autometric required a system that not only provided a singe view of its customers; it also needed to be flexible. The company did not want software that would force them to change the way they did business. They needed to be able to easily tailor the application to suit their processes. Read More...
Revionics Making Retail Merchandizing Optimization Social
In November 2012, Revionics, Inc., a cloud-based provider of merchandise optimization solutions, acquired SkuLoop, a provider of social commerce-driven

making grid charts  Making Retail Merchandizing Optimization Social In November 2012, Revionics, Inc., a cloud-based provider of merchandise optimization solutions, acquired SkuLoop , a provider of social commerce-driven promotions for retailers and consumer brands, from GIIV, Inc. Revionics’ solutions use predictive analytics and demand-based science to help retailers obtain the best results across all touchpoints in the multi-channel shopping realm—online, in-store, social, and mobile—by  aiding with decisio Read More...
Japanese Decision-making Processes Can Influence Enterprise Content Management Functionality
Traditional Japanese Decision-making, or Ringi The decision-making process in North American companies operates within a centralized system, and generally

making grid charts  however, the approach to making decisions is the opposite: it is bottom-up. This traditional and formal decision-making process, which is even now employed in Japanese governmental offices as well as companies, is called the ringi system. In a typical Japanese company, to finalize a decision in the decision-making process, a proposal document is first created by a lower-level manager as a paper document with a written statement of proposal. This is then passed on to the manager of the next higher level Read More...
Making Asset Investment Planning Work: Unlock the True Potential of Your Current Spend
Utility and energy sector executives face a litany of critical industry demands. Mandatory reliability standards and environmental compliance, along with

making grid charts  Asset Investment Planning Work: Unlock the True Potential of Your Current Spend Utility and energy sector executives face a litany of critical industry demands. Mandatory reliability standards and environmental compliance, along with expanding capacity requirements, must be factored into increasingly complex operating plans. Struggling to maximize your aging infrastructure and ensure every investment yields maximum return? Learn how you can get more done with asset investment planning. Read More...
Making Training More Precise through Task-based Competency Assessments
Many FDA-regulated companies need to assess how their personnel demonstrate competency for assigned functions. This paper explores how an automated competency

making grid charts  Training More Precise through Task-based Competency Assessments Many FDA-regulated companies need to assess how their personnel demonstrate competency for assigned functions. This paper explores how an automated competency assessment can be embedded into the process training, so that follow-up actions, such as the assignment of additional training or initiating a remedial mentoring program, happen automatically. This leads to more precise training and more accurate, audit-ready records. Read More...
ERP-II: Making ERP Deliver On Its Promise to the Enterprise
Conventional enterprise resource planning (ERP) falls short in a few areas: competitive pressures are making it clear that business is still in need of more

making grid charts  II: Making ERP Deliver On Its Promise to the Enterprise Conventional enterprise resource planning (ERP) falls short in a few areas: competitive pressures are making it clear that business is still in need of more effective solutions. ERP II, however, delivers on the original concept of ERP. No longer is corporate information isolated in departmental silos, but it is housed with all corporate information, used to benefit the entire organization. Read More...

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