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RFID Implementation: Moving Forward through the Four Phases
Implementation of a radio frequency identification system is best approached in four phases to ensure its success. Discussed here are the second and third

phases  Forward through the Four Phases In part three of this series, phase one of a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation was outlined and discussed in detail (please see Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps . For more background on RFID, please see previous parts of this series: Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? and A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey . Phase Two: Test and Validation Since RFID is uncharted territory for many 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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Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two
Enterprise software selection is a risky undertaking. Even after you’ve determined your requirements, the crucial software assessment and negotiation phases are

phases  to the all-important final phases of the enterprise software selection process. Phase 2: How to Assess and Evaluate Software The output from Phase 1 is a detailed list of functional requirements. Phase 2 covers the assessment and evaluation of all available solutions on the market. Solutions should be compared on a level playing field so that decisions can be made intelligently and fairly. This also means that all the vendors you're considering can clearly understand the functionality required and Read More
Mega-Vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing adoption. The post ended with

phases   depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of  software as a service (SaaS)  and  cloud computing  adoption. The post ended with some glimpses into the future and the likely implications for SaaS users. Part 2 then explored the apparent opportunities and accompanying challenges  (and painstaking soul-searching exercises) that SaaS aspirants face in their endeavors. Some concrete examples of vendors and their new strategies and solutions were presented, most notably  SAP Business ByDesign . Read More
Data Center Projects: System Planning
System planning is the Achilles’ heel of a data center physical infrastructure project. Planning mistakes can propagate through later deployment phases

phases  propagate through later deployment phases, resulting in delays, cost overruns, wasted time, and a compromised system. These troubles can be eliminated by viewing system planning as a data flow model, with sequenced tasks that progressively transform and refine data from initial concept to final design. Learn more. Read More
Jack Link's Beef Jerky Case Study:
The nagging question is,

phases   the successes achieve in Phases I and II are verifiable and repeatable. Jack Link's Beef Jerky has done the hard work, namely proving the concept to its own management. This is Part Three of a three-part note. Part One presented an RFID philosophy for SMEs and the company background. Part Two detailed the implementation phases. Lessons Learned If, like reading a mystery novel, you skipped the previous sections to get to the serious stuff, shame on you! You may have missed some interesting and revealing Read More
Selecting a PLM Solution: Addressing the Needs of a Small Business
Selecting a product lifecycle management (PLM) system can be a challenge if a company is not aware of the options available on the market. But if an

phases  management, packaging and postdevelopment phases. For the smaller business looking to improve products, the process should begin with the engineers who face issues with data management and communication with contract manufacturers and external partners. A common misconception is that large PLM vendors with monolithic software systems are the only vendors that can address all product development needs. In reality, many of these large systems, which have been designed with large manufacturers such as Read More
IBM Maximo Asset Management solutions give you a single point of control over all types of assets. Control assets such as production, infrastructure

phases  – Support all the phases of enterprise-wide procurement such as direct purchasing and inventory replenishment. Read More
What Brings Customers Closer to Your Product Development?
Bringing all product stakeholders in a tighter loop within the entire product life cycle is one of the main strategies of the product lifecycle management (PLM)

phases  product design and development phases provides many benefits, including: more ideas for innovation, less design rework, higher customer satisfaction, shorter time-to-market, and more. Today, including customer inputs in the design process is not only a theory, but also an increasing requirement from PLM users. Based on statistics from the TEC PLM Evaluation Center , among 50 possible business objectives for implementing a PLM system, the option of “including customer input in the design process” chang Read More
Microsoft Axapta for Life Sciences
Executives in the life sciences industry work under tremendous competitive pressures. At the same time, they must meet regulatory guidelines and ensure that

phases  meticulously tracked through all phases of a production cycle, which can slow production significantly. That’s why solutions for the industry must help streamline and simplify the regulatory compliance process. Read More
Are You Ready for the Cloud?
In almost every organization’s internal meetings and corridors, there’s a lot of chattering about whether cloud computing is an option that can bring tangible

phases  clear view regarding all phases of the information cycle and is useful with providing you and your providers a better understanding of your actual needs, criteria to meet, and expected results. With this information you could make a serious consideration to move your resources to the cloud. Of course, addressing the challenge of a cloud adventure is by no means an easy task, but considering a method to define, measure, explore, describe can be helpful when considering a moving to the cloud. It can help Read More

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