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The Seven Types of Power Problems
Many of the mysteries of equipment failure, downtime, software, and data corruption are the result of a problematic power supply. Compounding the problem is

on demand hot water heater  background electrical noise. Agreeing on common terms is a first step in dealing with power disturbances Widespread use of electronics in everything from home electronics to the control of massive and costly industrial processes has raised the awareness of power quality. Power quality, or more specifically, a power quality disturbance, is generally defined as any change in power (voltage, current, or frequency) that interferes with the normal operation of electrical equipment. The study of power quality, Read More

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Demand-Driven Strategies for Complex Manufacturing
Many manufacturing companies have adopted or are considering the adoption of a demand-driven strategy. However, if you want to be demand-driven, you aren’t

on demand hot water heater  by getting a handle on demand planning is number two on the agenda. Using the knowledge of their products and processes, and understanding the constraints that may affect their ability to build any product on any day and in any quantity, is critical to not only developing a viable production plan but is essential to the manufacturer's goal of making promises they can keep. The manufacturing process in our complex world has many bedfellows. We need effective ways of dealing with product and process Read More
Protecting Sensitive Data on Shared Networks: How to Provide Persistent Encryption of Confidential Folders on Corporate Networks
Companies want to manage security risks and encryption to protect data and to comply with industry guidelines. The desire to separate network management from

on demand hot water heater  Sensitive Data on Shared Networks: How to Provide Persistent Encryption of Confidential Folders on Corporate Networks Companies want to manage security risks and encryption to protect data and to comply with industry guidelines. The desire to separate network management from document ownership can create additional security concerns, as IT services are outsourced. To address these issues, you need to ensure your security solution provides visible and on-going encryption of sensitive data files Read More
AddonSoftware
AddonSoftware™ is a cost-effective, modular system for manufacturing, distribution, and general accounting. AddonSoftware Version 7 is the

on demand hot water heater  is platform-independent – runs on Linux, UNIX, and Windows. Read More
When it comes to demand intelligence, which comes first? The right solution or the right architecture?
Hands down, it’s the right business intelligence (BI) architecture. If your enterprise currently uses retail demand data in a manner that favors either tier one

on demand hot water heater  intelligence (DI) solution. Read on to learn about what's important in a demand intelligence architecture strategy and how to choose the right DI architecture for your company. Read More
BI on the Go: About Functionality and Level of Satisfaction
We thought it would be useful to take another look at what was revealed in our recent survey on mobile BI regarding what’s important for mobile BI users, and of

on demand hot water heater  on the Go: About Functionality and Level of Satisfaction TEC recently published its 2014 Mobile BI Buyers Guide and a related blog post in which some results from a survey on mobile business intelligence (BI) usage, needs, and trends were discussed. We thought it would be useful to take another look at what was revealed from the survey regarding what’s important for mobile BI users, and of course, how satisfied they are with the mobile BI solutions they work with. Let’s take a look at some of our Read More
A Demand-driven Approach to BI
The core concept behind the Vanguard solution is that business intelligence (BI) must be demand-driven, which means that the business needs of the user dictate

on demand hot water heater  real-time without necessarily relying on a data warehouse (DW) or repository, which will be detailed later on. Business users receive Information Views on a predefined schedule via e-mail, or over a network, or by accessing a Web page. For example, one Vanguard customer uses eDeployment to deliver updated Information Views via e-mail to several hundred sales executives across the US every Monday morning. The sales executives are then able to take the information with them on their laptops in a Read More
Demand Management Inc.
Founded in 1985, Demand Solutions provides supply and demand planning software to small and midsized enterprises. More than 2,000 customers in over 70

on demand hot water heater  Founded in 1985, Demand Solutions provides supply and demand planning software to small and midsized enterprises. More than 2,000 customers in over 70 countries use Demand Solutions for demand planning and forecasting, inventory planning and replenishment, collaboration, sales and operations planning (S&OP), advanced planning and scheduling (APS), and point-of-sale (POS) management. The company is committed to helping customers solve problems such as excess inventory, low customer service levels, product Read More
Demand Planning: Optimizing Operations across the Supply Chain
Demand planning applications can help manufacturers establish baseline sales forecasts and perform analysis to improve resource usage. They can also help

on demand hot water heater  a particular region based on the total revenue it produced, operations planners in the same firm view demand by quantities of each product sold. Demand planning software accounts for both variables. Demand planning systems typically produce a baseline forecast based on shipment or order history. Once established, users can change the baseline to account for other data, including promotions, advertising inserts, seasonality, new sales outlets, and other factors. At the same time, demand planning software Read More
Attaining Real Time, On-demand Information Data: Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools
Demand for instant access to dispersed information is being met by vendors offering enterprise business intelligence tools and suites. Portlet standardization

on demand hot water heater  technology and philosophy, building on the foundation of technology and applications that many enterprises already have. The demand for these applications lies in the fact that they incrementally add value to previously installed business applications, even to legacy ones. With CMP, enterprises may finally see some long belated benefits and feel somewhat better about implementing cumbersome ERP and other enterprise systems. Indeed, many enterprises have already deployed some BI products too, such as Read More
BI on the Go
Infographic: TEC recently surveyed more than 250 users of mobile business intelligence (BI) solutions to discover some of their common use practices with mobile

on demand hot water heater  on the Go Here are some of the results of a recent TEC survey of users of mobile business intelligence (BI) solutions. For more information, check out our 2014 Mobile BI Buyer's Guide . Read More
Mastering the Long Tail of Demand
The Long Tail@a strategy involving the sale of a large number of exclusive items in small quantities@is growing. Most companies are dealing with a far greater

on demand hot water heater  the Long Tail of Demand The Long Tail—a strategy involving the sale of a large number of exclusive items in small quantities—is growing. Most companies are dealing with a far greater variety of stock keeping units (SKUs) and slow-moving items with lumpy, unpredictable demand patterns. Learn why Long Tails are growing, and how you can look for opportunities to improve your top and your bottom line by successfully managing long tail inventories. Read More
Clear Demand and 360pi Partner for Dynamic Omni-channel Retail Pricing
Clear Demand and 360pi recently struck a partnership that they believe amplifies the role and importance of “dynamic pricing” as a “competitive countermeasure

on demand hot water heater  and shopping experience. Architected on the big data concepts and delivered as a multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS), Clear Demand’s rules-based pricing solutions can be administered from a public or private cloud.   360pi derives profitable insights from product and pricing big data (through monitoring millions of products) with the aim of helping omni-channel retailers, e-tailers, and manufacturers compete and win in a price transparent world. Under this joint initiative, 360pi’s real-time Read More
Demand-driven Supply Networks for Small and Medium Business
Lately demand-driven supply networks (DDSN) are a much talked about topic, yet little is written about SMBs and DDSN. By understanding the basics of DDSN, and

on demand hot water heater  had to exert pressure on the downstream businesses to place orders. In this environment, demand could often be erratic and therefore hard to predict. Items could go from a situation of under-stock to over-stock in very short spaces of time, and businesses across the supply chain did not have timely and accurate information in order to balance the turbulence. In contrast, demand-driven supply networks are driven from the front by customer demand. Instead products being pushed to market, they are pulled to Read More
One-on-One with BPM Vendor K2’s Executives
TEC recently spoke with the top executives of business process management (BPM) vendor K2 to get an insider view of the company’s mission and vision for the

on demand hot water heater  Centers (TEC) zoomed in on the business process management (BPM) vendor K2, focusing on the business strategies and products that have allowed the vendor to become a serious contender in the BPM space. In this second part, TEC recently spoke to the K2’s top executives to get an insider view of the company’s mission and vision for the future.   TEC : Which regions and industry segments have been most active of late? What do you foresee in the next 12 to 18 months—more of the same or not? K2 : We Read More

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