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Data Governance: Controlling Your Organization’s Mission-critical Information
Controlling your company’s key information through data governance is more than just good practice—it can make the difference between success and failure at

matching principle  for fraud detection, using matching technology to match a customer record to maybe a list of transactions. Some are ... doing transitional CRM [ customer relationship management ] or ERP [ enterprise resource planning ] implementations, and using data quality there. We found that there was really no rhyme or reason to how the data quality technology was being used other than people had a definite pain. And when you boil that pain down ..., it was that there was no single [governance] policy within Read More
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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A Focused Web-based Solution for Chemicals, Drugs, and Mill-based Industries
SSI shows deep understanding of the requirements for chemical, drug, and mill-based industries. Consequently, it has developed such must-have capabilities as

matching principle  whereby only lots with matching attribute values will be allocated to orders that specify a required attribute or range of attributes. User-definable intelligent attributes can be set up by applicability for all key data entities and contexts, such as product group, product, customer, customer/product, sales order line, and so on, whereby attributes default according to a defined hierarchy of data entities (such as product or customer/product to sales order line). There can be multiple attributes (up Read More
The Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 1
The recent three-part series entitled “Navigating Between Service Management Scylla @ Charybdis” analyzed the phenomenon of service economy, or the

matching principle  home), optimized work scheduling (matching the engineer's skills and the engineer's in-van tools and parts to the job's requirements), optimized appointment booking, and real-time mobile data combined with real-time decision making (to handle the deviations from the plans, such as delays, absences, emergency jobs, etc., and instantly create new plans). The next part of this series will illustrate how service excellence can be achieved on the day of service, starting with the setting up of a viable Read More
Competing Globally-Predicting Demand and Delivering Optimally
To benefit from globalization (or to meet its threat), a food manufacturer must be prepared. To sell into new markets, the manufacturer needs to be a better

matching principle  compliance. With integrated specification-matching from product cradle to grave, quality and compliance should become closed loop processes that eliminate errors and mitigate compliance risks. Namely, in the execution phase, such solutions should feature specification-matching that is compliance-aware, whereas quality, quantity, and price variances should also be considered, as well as allergen, genetically modified organism (GMO) concerns, religious certification, and other requirements to ensure Read More
What's Wrong With Enterprise Applications, And What Are Vendors Doing About It? Part Two: A New Framework Strategy
Building replacement products on a new framework is a higher risk strategy. The product functionality still quite matters and, while it is important for

matching principle  opportunity for mixing and matching by developers. Furthermore, the strategy will help the likes of SAP further open and/or componentize their products, as standards like XML and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) make it possible to share data and have a common look-and-feel across an application, without necessarily dreadfully digging in the source code. Implementing a fully component-based architecture requires that vendors completely redesign their applications and then rewrite it using C++, Read More
The Impact of Lean on Consumer Product Manufacturers
While consumer products manufacturers are relatively recent adopters of lean programs, they are already achieving value through a firm commitment to

matching principle  Impact of Lean on Consumer Product Manufacturers The Impact of Lean on Consumer Product Manufacturers If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Founded in 1972, SAP has a rich history of innovation and growth as a true industry leader. SAP currently has sales and development locations in more than 50 countries worldwide and is listed on several exchanges, including the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and NYSE under the symbol SAP. Read More
Chronus—A Development Approach to Talent Management
This post features Seattle-based software company Chronus, and discusses the vendor's unique approach and solutions to helping organizations deliver effective

matching principle  can be viewed narrowly—i.e., matching young apprentice to a senior expert. Or, it can be viewed more liberally, as a technique that has various use cases and ways to impact the talent development life cycle. For example, one of the applications of mentoring is targeted at new employees of an organization. After going through the first week of introductions, organizations have to figure out how to integrate new hires into the overall flow of an organization and get them learning quickly so that they can Read More
eLoyalty Enhances Its Field Service And Logistics Services
eLoyalty, a CRM strategy and implementation consultancy, recently partnered with ServicePower to enhance its Field Service and Logistics practice. ServicePower

matching principle  increased customer satisfaction. Resource matching and sophisticated dispatching reduce the number of missed appointments, enable more cases to be handled per day, and shorten the time window that customers have to wait. Overall field service optimization can improve service consistency and predictability. One of the biggest challenges to effectively implementing sophisticated dispatching is centralizing the scheduling and dispatch process. If it is currently decentralized, convincing field service repres Read More
Distilling Data: The Importance of Data Quality in Business Intelligence
As an enterprise’s data grows in volume and complexity, a comprehensive data quality strategy is imperative to providing a reliable business intelligence

matching principle  not resolve this match. Matching based on fuzzy logic can be applied to resolve such records. Standard fuzzy matching helps eliminate duplicates that are caused by misspelling or approximate matches through the use of similarity functions . A similarity function usually returns a score that represents the degree of similarity between two sets of data values. Software that provides fuzzy matching capabilities often has underlying libraries that provide knowledge that cannot be discerned purely from text Read More
Hoping Jon & Kate Can Come to Terms Like JDA & i2
Many people are aware of a reality show on television titled “Jon @ Kate Plus 8”, which features a couple that is separated and ready to get divorced

matching principle  Jon & Kate Can Come to Terms Like JDA & i2 Many people are aware of a reality show on television titled “Jon & Kate Plus 8”, which features a couple that is separated and ready to get divorced. Occasionally couples have disagreements and need to get away from each other to sort things out then come back to the table with new perspectives.  That’s what JDA and i2 have done with their deal from last year. JDA plans (once again) to acquire i2 Technologies. This time around, the offer is for $396 Read More
SAP and Accenture Create a Joint Business Group
Accenture and SAP recently announced the creation of a new business group focused on shortening the time it takes to jointly develop and deliver new industry

matching principle  and Accenture Create a Joint Business Group Accenture and SAP recently announced the creation of a new business group focused on shortening the time it takes to jointly develop and deliver new industry-specific solutions based on cloud and other digital technologies such as analytics and enterprise mobility. The Accenture and SAP Business Solutions Group brings together the companies’ respective co-innovation, joint solution development, and go-to-market teams in an effort to focus on significantly Read More
The Many Angles to Dive into the BPM Water
These days, the concepts of business process management (BPM) have become more unified, and BPM functionality from different vendors seems to be more converged.

matching principle  will lead to different matching points between adopting organizations and BPM solutions. In the mean time, BPM vendors are using various selling points to differentiate their product offerings and to touch target customers’ nerves in various ways. Based on my recent interactions with the BPM vendor community, I’d like to discuss a few different angles (other than the generally-recognized core benefits of BPM such as transparency, efficiency, and optimization of business processes) that a user can Read More
Spring Brings New Growth To Manhattan Associates
Good execution in the wake of Y2K brings record revenue and earnings for Manhattan Associates in its first quarter.

matching principle  Brings New Growth To Manhattan Associates Spring Brings New Growth To Manhattan Associates S. McVey - May 24, 2000 Event Summary Supply Chain Execution vendor, Manhattan Associates, recently reported record results for the first quarter of 2000. Total revenue for the first quarter ended March 31, 2000 was $28.3 million, an increase of 22% from revenue of $23.2 million for the fourth quarter of 1999 and an increase of 56% from revenue of $18.2 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 1999. Though Read More
How To Write a Winning Proposal
Your proposal should prove your case, and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. But all too often, reading a proposal is almost as painfully

matching principle  To Write a Winning Proposal In today's economy, sales people have to write more proposals, and better proposals, than ever before. As the industry has become more competitive and complex, customers have become both more confused and more demanding. As a result, they are likely to listen to a presentation, nod their heads, and mutter those dreaded words, Sounds good! Why don't you put that in writing for me? Why Do Customers Want Proposals? Writing proposals is about as much fun as having your teeth Read More
SignalDemand: Dealing with Supply- and Demand-side Pricing Matters - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series described the conundrum that commodity-based manufacturers encounter when it comes to determining the best price, production mix, and

matching principle  a demand and supply matching mechanism for manufacturers of consumer goods. Namely, on the supply (upstream) side, commodity-focused hedge funds have long leveraged supply optimization software, while on the demand (downstream) side, wholesale distributors and retailers have for some time leveraged demand management and optimization software. Conversely, manufacturers have for too long been left in the middle shooting in the dark when it comes to concurrent pricing and demand management. Pricing Science Read More

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