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An Unusual Human Capital Management Suspect
With Infor Human Capital Management (HCM) 3.0, Infor has combined transactional and strategic human resources functionality with planned integration to its

meaning of traditional portfolio management  features like 360-degree feedback (meaning feedback from all sources connected to the employee), including peer reviews. It also enables automatic calculation of performance review scores based on employee ratings and weight inputs. There is support for formal and informal performance appraisals, based on accomplishment of established goals and attainment of competencies. Again, in this context there is underlying automated workflow (to ease administrative tasks and ensure that performance reviews are Read More...
Product Development and Portfolio Management
The Product Development and Portfolio Management Knowledge Base covers the execution processes of new product development projects and programs, including phase-gate processes. It also addresses...
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Insights to Accelerate Services Growth: Account Management, Service Metrics, and Customer Dashboards
A service business should be managed and measured based on the maturity of the business and the specific requirements of its customers. To take this approach

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Customer, For the Customer,” meaning we literally took Six Sigma to our customers, working on very specific projects with them at their sites” Jeff Immelt - GE Chairman & CEO, GE 2001 Annual Report Parting Thoughts So as your organization thinks about account management and relevant metrics it is important to review where you are at and what your primary services objective is: customer support, profitability, or growth. While not mutually exclusive, successful service companies usually excel in one Read More...
Sizing the Enterprise Incentive Management Opportunity-And the Challenges Ahead
Pure-play enterprise incentive management (EIM) vendors who have focused on providing the capability to manage highly complex compensation systems will be well

meaning of traditional portfolio management  within in each channel (meaning brokers and consultants). Such a package must also support flexible, effective-dated compensation plans; detailed information about all incentive and fee-based payments; and multi-tiered compensation plans, including commission, incentives and management and wholesaler overrides. It must help distribution management respond to changing channel and market demands quickly and efficiently through user-configurable compensation plans and web-enabled, secure compensation Read More...
Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement
SYSPRO and Epicor are examples of .NET-enabled legacy software systems that have partly been componentized (rewritten), with

meaning of traditional portfolio management  exposed as business services, meaning that customers should be able to extend the applications and develop integrations to other products. To that end, given the somewhat heterogeneous portfolio of Epicor products, the vendor announced Epicor Service Connect (released in fall 2005), a Web services-based business integration platform. This platform functions as the central integration point for implementing secure workflow orchestrations within Epicor applications and with third party applications to Read More...
Single Version of the Truth
Today's enterprise is no longer a single, vertically integrated organization. Globalization, outsourcing, and off-shoring have created an environment where end

meaning of traditional portfolio management  paradigm Semantically align—consistency in meaning and interpretation Publish/subscribe/event architecture—a way to get at business events as they happen Convergence of existing technologies—to include wired, wireless, distributed applications and databases, browsers, and personal digital assistant (PDA) technologies SVoT—From the Vision to Virtuality So what did our respondents say about their adoption of RFID and network based applications—and just getting on a collaborative playing field? Read More...
Facilitating Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management
Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit card transactions to product inventories. This valuable information is what runs the business. In order to protect this data and stay on top of compliance, an enterprise data management solution that respects information privacy regulations should be Read More...
Knowledge Management: The Core of Service Resolution Management
Businesses today need to demonstrate their value to customers by making information that is relevant to them accessible. Hence the need for knowledge management

meaning of traditional portfolio management  functions. KM accommodates self-service, meaning a customer can access a pool of public information that a company accumulates about itself, without the need for live assistance, to have his or her questions answered. Second, KM software helps call center agents to retrieve information from a repository that is often, obviously, larger than what is available to the public (since the aim of live assistance is the same as self-service—to answer customers' inquiries quickly and accurately, but with the Read More...
Project Portfolio Management for Service Organizations: Bridging the Gap between Project Management and Operations
There are two types of project portfolio management (PPM) solutions for professional services organizations (PSO). For smaller PSOs, best-of-breed vendors

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Portfolio Management for Service Organizations: Bridging the Gap between Project Management and Operations Introduction In the last couple of years, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) industry has changed the landscape of the project portfolio management (PPM) marketplace. ERP vendors, such as SAP , Oracle , and Microsoft , have recognized the value of developing and delivering services to professional services organizations (PSO). Faced with this new reality, the best-of-breed vendors that Read More...
Analysis of Active Voice's Acquisition of PhoneSoft, Inc.
Active Voice will integrate all of PhoneSoft's functionality into their existing

meaning of traditional portfolio management  of Active Voice's Acquisition of PhoneSoft, Inc. Event Summary SEATTLE, /PRNewswire/ - Active Voice Corporation (Nasdaq: ACVC), a global provider of unified messaging and computer telephony software solutions announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held PhoneSoft Inc., a leading provider of true unified messaging solutions for Lotus Notes/Domino. Market Impact PhoneSoft, Inc. is a privately held company that focuses on unified messaging solutions (UM), including email, Read More...
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

meaning of traditional portfolio management  2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management While there were many similarities between the KronosWorks 2011 and KronosWorks 2010 user events (see blog post on Kronos’ 2010 user conference ), attending Kronos Inc. ’s 2011 user conference was worthwhile nonetheless. Kronos knows full well that its customers’ (labor) time is money, and the company specializes in workforce management (WFM) software, which ensures that a company’s employees complete their assigned jobs and Read More...
PTC Windchill 10 for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Certification Report
PTC Windchill 10 is TEC Certified for online evaluation product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions in the PLM Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Windchill 10 for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Certification Report PTC Windchill 10 is TEC Certified for online evaluation product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions in the PLM Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary. Read More...
Program Management Office: A Term Not Fully Understood
The term program management office (PMO) has been around for some time. Its core concepts, methods, and benefits have remained constant, while resources and

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Management Office: A Term Not Fully Understood Estrella Partners provides consultative services for all aspects of PMOs, including but not all inclusive of Program Resourcing / Staffing, Program Assessments, Program Business Case, PMO start-up, PMO Management, and any subcomponent of a program from Risk Management to Quality Assurance, to Deliverables Management, to Communications, etc... Source: Estrella Partners Group LLC Resources Related to Program Management Office: A Term Not Fully Read More...
Busting Out of the Inbox: Five New Rules of 1to1® E-mail Marketing
Situating e-mail in a multichannel marketing plan is more complicated than it used to be. Where exactly does e-mail fit in the world of blogs, vlogs, and

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Out of the Inbox: Five New Rules of 1to1® E-mail Marketing Situating e-mail in a multichannel marketing plan is more complicated than it used to be. Where exactly does e-mail fit in the world of blogs, vlogs, and podcasts—where MSN, Google, and Yahoo! call the shots? Marketers need to understand which strategies and tactics are most effective to ensure that their e-mails will be delivered, opened, and acted upon. BEGINLYX Read More...
LCMS Exposed! Understanding the Differences between Learning Management and Learning Content Management
The Cost of Learning—a Very Brief HistoryTraining (or learning) has always been viewed as a cost center (representing a cost of doing business similar to

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Exposed! Understanding the Differences between Learning Management and Learning Content Management The Cost of Learning—a Very Brief History Training (or learning) has always been viewed as a cost center (representing a cost of doing business similar to other employee costs such as salary, commissions, and benefits). That's why many organizations in the past have struggled with the challenge of justifying the cost of training in their budgets. Today, organizations are making significant investments Read More...
Unified Performance Management: The Key to Successful Performance Management
Managing performance requires that business and IT, working collaboratively, develop a vision of how to integrate information and technology to improve the

meaning of traditional portfolio management  Performance Management: The Key to Successful Performance Management Managing performance requires that business and IT, working collaboratively, develop a vision of how to integrate information and technology to improve the performance of the organization’s people and processes, and then act on that vision. Using common performance management (PM) tools and systems—designed to ensure the effective use of consistent information—is critical to the success of the business. Find out why. Read More...

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