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Global Vendor Negotiation Strategies
TechnologyEvaluation.Com has defined 6 global negotiation categories and macro questions that should be reviewed in preparation for any major technology negotiation.
Global Vendor Negotiation Strategies Global Vendor Negotiation Strategies R. Cundiff - September 11, 2000 Read Comments Introduction Negotiating a software and services license is a multi-faceted endeavor in which many aspects of the vendors strengths and challenges should be leveraged to the purchasers advantage. In order to maximize the value and time spent negotiating information technology contracts, a project negotiator should never walk into a vendor negotiation without a clear plan and a
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Unlock Hidden Profits Using Effective Pricing Strategies: Active Price Management and Price Optimiz
This paper explores the following best practices for leverage price management and optimization: Fine-tune prices for all products and services. Analyze historical and live transaction-level data. Develop and implement effective cost-to-serve strategies. Establish well-defined customer segments. Empower your sales force with rich customer information and enforce negotiation policies.
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Negotiating the Best Software Deal
TechnologyEvaluation.COM analysts have separated the software negotiation process into three discrete categories. All three are critical individually, yet should always be pursued within the context of the larger discussion.
the most basic software negotiation tip is to treat the process as a combined system rather than a discrete set of individual point negotiations. In other words, do not walk into the negotiation without a plan. Rather, the lead negotiator must have a definitive structure in mind that encompasses all three components of a software negotiation - product pricing, product maintenance and vendor service and support. All negotiations should be conducted from two different but related perspectives - an absolute
The Advanced Sourcing and Negotiation Benchmark Report
The wave of e-sourcing that began a decade ago resembled a “crash diet:” it had an immediate and noticeable effect on enterprises. Today’s challenge is to develop new programs that can sustain the benefits of e-sourcing and “keep the weight off.” Find out how employing advanced sourcing strategies can help you positively impact product development cycles, build stronger supplier relationships, and make better decisions.
The Advanced Sourcing and Negotiation Benchmark Report The Advanced Sourcing and Negotiation Benchmark Report Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: The wave of e-sourcing that began a decade ago resembled a “crash diet:” it had an immediate and noticeable effect on enterprises. Today’s challenge is to develop new programs that can sustain the benefits of e-sourcing and “keep the weight off.” Find out how employing advanced sourcing strategies can help you positively impact product
Stalled Navision + Mixed Bag Damgaard = Satisfactory NavisionDamgaard
In February, NavisionDamgaard, a recently merger-formed Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, released its first semi-annual report. While the merger has produced satisfactory initial results, the future nevertheless bears challenges.
for the sake of negotiation leverage. As with all new releases, users should employ a critical approach in their evaluation of NavisionDamgaard, and require all vendors involved in a selection process to demonstrate specific technological and functional capabilities. More comprehensive recommendations for both current and potential NavisionDamgaard users can be found in Does NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation? and Navision Software a/s: Mid-market invasion . comments powered
Top 6 Enterprise Software Trends to Watch for in 2008-And What It all Means for You
You may still be feeling a little woozy from showing 2007 out the door. Make sure you’re not caught off-guard by 2008, with the top 6 trends you should watch for in the year ahead. 1. ERP—The Technology Matures<!--more--> Granted, ERP vendors have been defining the technology as “mature” for quite a while now, but with limited room for ERP feature and function innovation (from a transactional
as leverage during the negotiation stage of your software selection project. 5. Going Global The seeming fragility of the US economy means that vendors will seek to go global in an effort to insulate themselves from US market shockwaves. What this means for you: if you’re selecting an enterprise software application, you should focus on vendor viability. Specifically, if a shortlisted vendor is weak on localization in your target markets, you should find out whether this is an indication of
5 Steps to Improve Change Request Management in Software Delivery
Change request management has become an integral part of modern day software delivery. While changes in the early design phase can be addressed without much effort, unforeseen changes during the later phases of software delivery can compromise the quality and delay the delivery of the software. Download this white paper and find out the five technology-driven steps that can facilitate the management of change requests.
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and Analysis Phase 3: Negotiation and Final Selection Overview Phase 1 TEC s methodology establishes the foundation for the ultimate success of the selection project. Successful evaluation and analysis of a system—and negotiation with a vendor—are irrelevant if the initial definition of business and technical requirements are incomplete or inaccurate. In many software selection projects, there is not enough emphasis on the importance of this phase, which causes many failures, and can even result in
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decision makers at the negotiation table with the vendor. If you’re intimidated by TEC Advisor, don’t be. You don’t need to be an expert on enterprise software to use the application—in fact, we’ve specifically made the interface and step-by-step process intuitive and user friendly so you can make fast and accurate enterprise software comparisons. But don’t take my word for it. I invite you to try TEC Advisor now to see for yourself. New Features For our regular users, you may be interested
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BI Software Implementation Success: The Human Factor
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