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Why Manufacturers Should Cash In on the Promise of Business Intelligence
Through this interview with RCG Information Technology’s Robert Abate, manufacturers can gain an understanding of what it takes to add value to their current

sat business one  a BI environment, I sat down with Robert Abate, the managing principal and global practice lead for RCG Information Technology , a consulting firm that specializes in BI implementations. Robert discussed the ways in which manufacturers should approach BI, including how to optimize current environments and how to avoid common pitfalls when implementing a BI solution. Lyndsay Wise: What is the best way for manufacturers to optimize their use of business intelligence within the organizations? Robert Abate: Read More...
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To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question
Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP

sat business one  list of requirements, you sat through vendor demonstrations, and you’ve ranked the solutions. When you review the rankings, the entire organization ranked solution X to be the top solution, except for the human resources (HR) department, who ranked the human capital management (HCM) capabilities of this vendor dead last. Another example is that your sales organization has been chomping at the bit for the last year waiting for your ERP vendor to deliver on the new competitive sales data integration into Read More...
Looking for a Great IT VAR or Consultant? Culture Is the Key.
Have you ever been burned by a service provider who promised great service but didn't deliver? You’re not alone. Especially in the IT world, where virtually

sat business one  all that excitement, we sat down with Midco’s chief financial officer (CFO), whom we’ll call “Bob,” a former consultant and veteran of several major software implementations. Bob was happy to talk about what made this consultant so remarkable, and over the course of our conversation, he kept coming back to the same five things. Setting the Tone at the Top Right from the start, Bob said, the consultant firm’s senior management was deeply involved in the project. They worked hard to understand Read More...
Vendor Viability (Size) vs. Customer Intimacy
After almost a decade of following the enterprise applications market via insightful, sometimes exhaustive (and exhausting) free research articles (which will

sat business one  :-) ... and having sat on the other side of that table as a corporate VC myself, I have some idea of what I'm looking at. But to the larger question of viability, I think we have a pretty good one-two punch answer. First, we're closely held and profitable, and don't have to answer to the kind of often-punitive financial forces that can make other software companies behave badly. But even more significantly, I would say that the best hedge any company can have against the future of its ERP vendor is to Read More...
An Inside Look at a BI Product Demonstration
I recently sat in on a demonstration of the Bitam Artus business intelligence (BI) suite, now at generation 6.Representing Bitam was Antonio R. Rajan, Bitam

sat business one  Product Demonstration I recently sat in on a demonstration of the Bitam Artus business intelligence (BI) suite , now at generation 6. Representing Bitam was Antonio R. Rajan, Bitam’s regional manager. Antonio wished to emphasize several points concerning the product: low maintenance vis-à-vis competitor products (one major retail client devotes a half person per day for maintenance, as contrasted with two people per day for a previous product) low resource consumption lower cost to acquire and Read More...
The Business Value of Enterprise Business Intelligence
While BI continues to be closely aligned with sales analysis and reporting, more companies are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and

sat business one  Business Value of Enterprise Business Intelligence While BI continues to be closely aligned with sales analysis and reporting, more companies are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and influence the behavior of their customers, but to plan, evaluate and monitor their supply chains. The ultimate goal: to drive performance improvements across their businesses. This paper focuses on the influence of Enterprise BI on manufacturing and distribution organizations. Read More...
Navigator One for SAP Business One
Navigator One is a suite of modules for SAP Business One—a business management software application designed specifically for small to midsize businesses

sat business one  One for SAP Business One Navigator One is a suite of modules for SAP Business One—a business management software application designed specifically for small to midsize businesses (SMBs). Used by over 23,000 customers today, SAP Business One manages business functions across sales, operations, service, and financials, in an integrated software system. The Navigator One modules extend the core SAP Business One functionality in a completely integrated, same-look-and-feel option for Navigator’s Read More...
SAP BusinessObjects Edge Business Intelligence: Business Performance Management Competitor Analysis Report
Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and

sat business one  BusinessObjects Edge Business Intelligence: Business Performance Management Competitor Analysis Report Business performance management (BPM) enables organizations to translate strategies into plans, monitor execution, and provide insight needed to manage and improve financial and operational performance. This knowledge base covers scorecards, dashboards, business activity monitoring, and more. Read More...
Creating Competitive Advantage with Business Intelligence Pervasiveness
Pervasive business intelligence (BI) results when organizational culture, business processes, and technologies are designed and implemented with the goal of

sat business one  Competitive Advantage with Business Intelligence Pervasiveness Pervasive business intelligence (BI) results when organizational culture, business processes, and technologies are designed and implemented with the goal of improving the strategic, operational, and tactical decision-making capabilities of a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. Read about creating a BI strategy and improving your BI competency. Read More...
Better Business Outcomes with Business Analytics
In a survey conducted by IBM, 83 percent of CIOs identified business intelligence (BI) and analytics as a key part of their strategies to boost competitiveness.

sat business one  Business Outcomes with Business Analytics In a survey conducted by IBM, 83 percent of CIOs identified business intelligence (BI) and analytics as a key part of their strategies to boost competitiveness. Find out how BI can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of core business processes, and contribute to the creation of high-performing “analytics-driven” organizations that outperform their peers. Read More...
Explore Your Business at the Speed of Thought
For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to

sat business one  Your Business at the Speed of Thought For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to relevant information. But IT departments can’t react quickly enough to meet the dynamic needs of the organization while keeping costs within budget. Learn about business intelligence (BI) solutions that can help you extend the reach of BI to all information workers. Read More...
Advanced Business Analytics Enable Better Decisions in Banking
Analytics has moved from the specialty of a dedicated few to a necessity for groups of business professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the

sat business one  Business Analytics Enable Better Decisions in Banking Analytics has moved from the specialty of a dedicated few to a necessity for groups of business professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the use of analytics and business intelligence (BI) for improving decision making in the banking industry. It also examines the benefits of prebuilt analytic applications for achieving this objective across functions in a banking organization. Read More...
Most Overlooked Features when Buying a Business Phone System
When buying a new business phone system you are faced with a wide variety of phone features to choose from. Before you buy, make sure you don’t overlook these

sat business one  Overlooked Features when Buying a Business Phone System When buying a new business phone system you are faced with a wide variety of phone features to choose from. Before you buy, make sure you don’t overlook these commonly forgotten features. This guide details such features as conferencing, auto attendant, mobile extensions, and many other valuable features. Read More...
Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies
There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize

sat business one  the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to adopt and use than the ones designed for giant enterprises. Learn the truth behind the top three myths about BI. Read More...
The Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence
If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a

sat business one  costs, delays, and user dissatisfaction. Learn about a solution that covers the five different styles of BI functionality. Read More...

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