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Get on the Grid: Utility Computing
The latest business model in licensing is the utility (on demand) computing and associated pricing. Sometimes called "grid" computing, it allows customers to purchase processing power and software access as needed, and pay based on how much and how often the software has been used.

marginal utility examples  Get on the Grid: Utility Computing Get on the Grid: Utility Computing P.J. Jakovljevic - March 31, 2005 Read Comments Utility Computing Traditional enterprise software product licensing is being replaced with more creative hosted or managed software as service models. The latest business model is utility computing and associated pricing. Sometimes referred to as grid computing, this on-demand model is a trend that has captured the attention of technology heavyweights including IBM , Hewlett Packard ( Read More...

Utility Businesses and Asset Management
Utilities have always held information about their assets, but traditionally this has been held in different parts of the business and not integrated into single coherent systems. Good asset management is increasingly about being able to feed information from business processes across the company into an asset management system, and using information from that system for financial and operational improvement.

marginal utility examples  Utility Businesses and Asset Management Utility Businesses and Asset Management Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: Utilities have always held information about their assets, but traditionally this has been held in different parts of the business and not integrated into single coherent systems. Good asset management is increasingly about being able to feed information from business processes across the company into an asset management system, and using information from that system Read More...
Customer Care and Billing (CC&B)
Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions typically support providers of utilities, telephony, cable, or other services providing companies. CC&B software includes functionality for mediat...
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Managing Utility Technology and Service Acquisitions in the Smart Grid Age
A disciplined and comprehensive acquisition process is essential for utilities to get the most out of their Smart Grid investments. Know the practical and flexible methodology proven in industries such as telecommunications, high tech, and financial services that can assist utilities in the selection and acquisition of solutions that address current and future operating states to deliver immediate and long-term benefits.

marginal utility examples  Managing Utility Technology and Service Acquisitions in the Smart Grid Age Managing Utility Technology and Service Acquisitions in the Smart Grid Age Source: Smart Grid Library Document Type: White Paper Description: A disciplined and comprehensive acquisition process is essential for utilities to get the most out of their Smart Grid investments. Know the practical and flexible methodology proven in industries such as telecommunications, high tech, and financial services that can assist utilities in the Read More...
Case Study: FirstEnergy Corp. (Webinar Transcript)
This white paper is a transcript of a webinar hosted by SAP Insider and presented by IBM Cognos Software. In it, you’ll find out how FirstEnergy Corp., a leading diversified electric company headquartered in Akron, Ohio (US), uses the unified performance management platform of IBM Cognos 8 business intelligence (BI) to enhance the value of its investment in SAP.

marginal utility examples  Case Study: FirstEnergy Corp. (Webinar Transcript) Case Study: FirstEnergy Corp. (Webinar Transcript) Source: IBM Document Type: Case Study Description: This white paper is a transcript of a webinar hosted by SAP Insider and presented by IBM Cognos Software. In it, you’ll find out how FirstEnergy Corp., a leading diversified electric company headquartered in Akron, Ohio (US), uses the unified performance management platform of IBM Cognos 8 business intelligence (BI) to enhance the value of its Read More...
Superhighway at the Crossroads: The Evolution of Internet Service Provision
The Internet has grown from mainly academic and military use into a global, integrated, and sophisticated commercial utility. Not just an “information superhighway,” it now offers voice telephony, video, and mobile communications in a converged network. Connection services have expanded, and Internet service providers (ISPs) are adding value. Explore the challenges and opportunities—and find out what lies ahead.

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GCX
GCX's specialty is engaged in providing the profession integrated solution, industry application software development, information technology service and the system integration service High-tech enterprise.

marginal utility examples  GCX GCX GCX s specialty is engaged in providing the profession integrated solution, industry application software development, information technology service and the system integration service High-tech enterprise. GCX s slogan is “take fundamentally depends on the customer demand as, take the product as the life, take to serve strives for the survival, by the talented person as basic, innovates presses the development”. GCX devotes ourself to develop new market, bulid good marketing system. In the Read More...
Trends in Delivery and Pricing Models for Enterprise Applications: Pricing Options
The licensing and delivery of enterprise software products is undergoing a fundamental shift from traditional up-front fees to incremental, per-transaction, and even success-based pricing.

marginal utility examples  Trends in Delivery and Pricing Models for Enterprise Applications: Pricing Options Trends in Delivery and Pricing Models for Enterprise Applications: Pricing Options P.J. Jakovljevic - March 30, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The licensing and delivery of enterprise software products are making a fundamental shift from traditional up-front fees to incremental, per-transaction, and even success-based pricing. These are popular alternatives especially for small businesses and startups that lack the IT Read More...
VITG USA L.L.C
Located in Big Rapids, Michigan (US), Virtual Information Technology Group (VITG) USA LLC is a global software development and service provider.

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Marquee Vendors Partner for Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links
Despite the logic behind combining customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI) elements, the implementation of marketing automation (MA) has been stunted by slow markets, and pessimistic investors. Vendors in CRM and BI are building alliances in order to gain market share and illustrate the value of MA.

marginal utility examples  Marquee Vendors Partner for Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links Marquee Vendors Partner for Deepening Inherent CRM and BI Links P.J. Jakovljevic - August 17, 2005 Read Comments Event Summary The strong connection between business intelligence (BI) and customer relationship management (CRM) is being recognized by companies and vendors alike. In order to extend the customer life cycle and meet customer needs, enterprises are looking beyond mere call lists and focus group information. They are seeking to Read More...
Advanced Meter Infrastructure: Composite Technologies to Meet New Demands in Sales and Customer Ser
Traditionally, utilities have leveraged robust meter, network, and customer service infrastructures. These technologies served the needs of largely regulated energy and utility markets characterized by price regulations, easy access to energy resources, and sufficient infrastructure capacity. There are few examples of "old" technologies that make such a compelling argument against replacement. All that’s about to change.

marginal utility examples  capacities are becoming more marginal, and inelastic demand is restricting revenue growth. Organizations must find ways to reduce costs over the short term while simultaneously adapting to new legislatively mandated market rules that require utilities to compete for customers on the open market. To address these challenges, the next generation of technology to be applied to metering and customer service infrastructures is known as advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) . Widely seen as a disruptive Read More...
Electric Utilities in Need of Software Vendors' Leadership!!!
Over the past couple of years, the electric utility industry has changed in terms of the different software solutions available. The old approach to addressing this industry’s needs was the “best-of-breed” approach, meaning that software vendors were creating solutions addressed to only one group or business unit within the company doing one specific task. Generation, Transmission, and

marginal utility examples  Electric Utilities in Need of Software Vendors Leadership!!! » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Read More...

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