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Let the (Excess) Inventory Flow!
Because companies focus primarily on new product development and promotion, the problem of excess and obsolete inventory, once addressed, often leads to both

o part 15  life (see Sales and Operations Planning Part One: Identifying and Forecasting Demand ). In this process too, little time is afforded to the continuous assessment and disposition of excess active inventory, which comes from the ever-quicker pace of new product introduction that drives constant product turnover. Further, the rate of customer returns—reportedly up to 20 percent in consumer electronics—results in returned and refurbished inventory. Industry estimates of inventory excess in the high-tech s Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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What's Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries
The reality of today’s application environment is that no single application meets all of the needs of a business, or frequently even the needs of a single

o part 15  Fill the Gaps EIA O X - BPM X 0 - Next Gen X X X     X - Available   O - Future Direction Summary The next generation of application architecture must address the reality that business processes cross application boundaries. The architecture will need to provide business process integration, application integration, and application extension in order to allow companies to realize the full potential of their current applications. With all of these capabilities, the new architectures will initially be Read More...
Premise PBX Buyer’s Guide
If you’re considering upgrading your traditional phone system to a premise-based private branch exchange (PBX) system, there are a few things you need to know

o part 15  existing lines? Will you only be upgrading part of your organization? What is your budget? What are your total project cost limits and target cost per month per user? What is your mix of calling - average amount of internal, local, long-distance and international calls per month? If you don't know, have a few months of current phone bills handy. What is your percentage of inbound versus outbound calls? Be sure to specify your business requirements up front and make sure you know which you are prepared to Read More...
Review: Profits with Principles


o part 15  as governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), have to be adapted to confront these new realities. Part Two: Putting Principles into Action These principles, identified by the authors, serve as a framework for building CSR and long-term value for any companies. Each of the seven principles is illustrated with case studies throughout the book.   Principle #1: Harness Innovation for Public Good In a business framework as globalized as today’s is, corporate competitiveness is central to achievi Read More...
IBM and Deutsche Telecom Announce Plans for 100 Terabyte Data Warehouse
According to an announcement by International Business Machines on Thursday December 16, 1999, IBM is working with German telecommunications services company

o part 15  to increase the size of its customer data warehouse to 27 terabytes by early next year. As part of their efforts to convince clients to partner with them, IBM ran tests and set records for price/performance and power against one terabyte of user data on Windows NT using IBM DB2 Universal Database on a 32-node cluster of IBM's Netfinity servers during January of 1999. According to IBM, it exceeded Oracle's query speed against the same data by a factor of 89. DB2 Universal Database uses a cost-based optimiz Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

o part 15  to regain keyboard input. O   ODBC - Open DataBase Connectivity . This is a standard protocol that is used to run queries against databases that are not natively supported (supported directly, with their own language) by an application. Most databases support ODBC connections to front-end tools, in addition to supporting specific applications natively. ODS - Operational Data Store . Part of the data warehouse; fed with scores, behaviors, and clusters in near real-time, to be able to react live to Read More...
JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference on the heels of the recent merger between JDA Software (NASDAQ: JDAS) and

o part 15  FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  talked about my attendance of  the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference  on the  heels of the recent merger between JDA Software  (NASDAQ: JDAS) and i2 Technologies . The article first discussed the different geneses and cultures of the two merging parties. One major outcome of the conference was JDA’s unveiled plan to converge most of its existing and acquired product sets. To that end, JDA pledged several key commitments to its customers, Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

o part 15  to I The Lexicon of CRM Part 1: From A to I R. Garland - October 12, 2001 0 - A  360 degree view of the customer - A term used to describe the ability for virtually anyone in the company to know anything about the customer (products bought, support calls made, web site visits conducted, etc.). A complete, 306 degree view of customer information. 3G - Supposedly the ultimate wireless protocol technology that is already being used in areas outside of North America where countries have more readily Read More...
Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite?
Do executives prefer to purchase business applications as part of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software

o part 15  of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software category? By region? By company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for users and vendors of business applications? Get the answers to these and other questions in this Strategic Perspective from Saugatuck Technology. 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

o part 15  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 increasing importance of the service sector  in industrialized economies. But while the vast  customer service  software market’s opportunity was examined there, the series also pointed out the treacherous complexity of planning and executing service supply chains. Compared Read More...
Saba Software: All about People (Cloud) - Part 2
Part 1 of this series introduced Saba Software, a public provider of what it calls “People Cloud,” which constitutes a new class of business-critical software

o part 15  does a video posting on YouTube . The final part of this series will analyze the underlying product architecture that enables the rich functionality of Saba’s People Cloud. In the meantime, your comments, thoughts, suggestions or individual experiences with talent management, learning management, and social software solutions and use cases (see Part 1) are more than welcome. Read More...
PLM (Vendors) and Lean Product Development-Part 4: PTC
If you have followed my previous posts of this blog series (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3), I guess you may have an idea about who will be the third vendor I’m

o part 15  followed my previous posts of this blog series ( Part 1 , Part 2 , and Part 3 ), I guess you may have an idea about who will be the third vendor I’m going to discuss concerning the relevance between its product lifecycle management (PLM) offerings and the lean product development (LPD) concept. Yes, it is PTC . Like Dassault Systèmes and Siemens PLM Software , PTC is also located in the CAD-PLM camp (read this article if you want to know more about how I categorized major PLM vendors into two Read More...
The 11th Vendor Shootout for ERP: Observations - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the 11th Vendor ShootoutTM for ERP event, which took place in Boston in mid-August 2011. I was able to

o part 15  Vendor Shootout for ERP: Observations - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of  the 11 th Vendor Shootout TM for ERP event , which took place in Boston in mid-August 2011. I was able to experience this co-opetitive gathering of eight solution providers and several dozen end users seeking new solutions first-hand as a neutral (and yet very active) observer (for the inner workings of the event, see my article Demystifying Vendor Shootout for ERP events ). My blog post then Read More...

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