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The Name and Ownership Change Roulette Wheel for Marcam Stops at SSA Global Part Three: Last-Ditch
Under Invensys, Marcam has seen things change frequently including reorganizations, management changes, strategy changes, and the loss of many employees with deep domain knowledge.

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3 Critical Considerations When Choosing Your SCM Solution
SCM software selection is a tricky and painful activity for most companies. Why? Despite the plethora of solutions currently available, it may be hard to find one that fits a company’s business model. What should companies do to ensure they are well prepared for choosing the best-fit SCM solution? TEC SCM research analyst Phil Reney offers three critical considerations to help companies in search for an SCM solution.

self service active directory   If your company prides itself in leveraging flexibility in execution to provide the excellent service your customer recognizes you for, but your new system does not allow for configuring new processes, say as simple as a flexible discount structure, you may have to work outside your system to achieve the end result. The extra cost at this point will be to keep the workaround or place a request with the vendor for customization. Your business values play a major role in your success and should definitely Read More...
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At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step-by-step guide to the process, with this final part including a comprehensive glossary of key terms for better understanding.

self service active directory  At Last—A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation At Last—A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation Dylan Persaud - September 21, 2007 Read Comments A successful radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation requires an organization to execute and follow through a series of phases. To learn more about the initial phases of an RFID project, please see Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? , A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey , Radio Frequency Read More...
7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation
Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than just buying the latest equipment. Is IP telephony right for your organization and your network? Get the straight facts from an industry leader—along with a 7-step assessment and deployment checklist for a successful implementation.

self service active directory  7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation 7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation Source: ShoreTel, Inc. Document Type: Checklist/Guide Description: Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than just buying the latest equipment. Is IP telephony right for your organization and your network? Get the straight facts from an industry leader—along with a 7-step assessment and Read More...
Vendors Harness Excel (and Office) to Win the Lower-end of Business Intelligence Market
Small and medium businesses wanting the benefits of business intelligence (BI) without having to implement a large enterprise system may find a viable option in Excel-based BI and analytics tools that leverage add-in applications from vendors.

self service active directory  Vendors Harness Excel (and Office) to Win the Lower-end of Business Intelligence Market Vendors Harness Excel (and Office) to Win the Lower-end of Business Intelligence Market P.J. Jakovljevic - June 22, 2005 Read Comments Excel Both Opportunity and Threat The need for business intelligence (BI) is of real and increasing strategic importance for all enterprise applications users because of economic and regulatory pressures. Unfortunately, users rarely feel that they get all (or most) the information they Read More...
SAP HANA-One Technology to Watch in 2012 (and Beyond)
Did you know that SAP HANA is much more than a high-speed analytic appliance? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reveals how HANA is a universal database that will enable companies to analyze large volumes of operational and transactional information in real time, from virtually any data source, and that will eventually deliver an entirely new class of applications that will change the way people think, work, plan, and operate.

self service active directory  HANA may pay for itself in reduced database maintenance payments. Thus, its biggest competitive advantage might be in creating pricing pressure on relational databases for data warehouse instances. SAP should also clarify the relationship between HANA and NetWeaver , i.e., will NetWeaver be part of the future HANA-based architecture (e.g., an application server), or will there be a wholesale replacement and migration to a new platform? You can imagine the dismay of SAP customers that have finally moved Read More...
Customer Relationship Management Strategies Part One: Changing Your Approach
Mid-sized companies have the agility of small businesses, and are resource-rich enough to handle CRM implementation. However, without comprehensive planning, attainable objectives, metrics, and check points mid-sized companies will not realize success and full potential from their CRM system.

self service active directory  your CRM investment. Ask yourself, what are my company s goals for this year? For the next five years? How do we get there? What steps needs to be taken? What are the sales targets? What are the target markets? How much should be invested now to save later? How should growth be dealt with? No one company can be everything for everyone. Is your goal to increase sales or reduce call volume? Do you want to produce quality products or sell more units per deal? After setting your goals and objectives create a Read More...
Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface, and the platform support. It is going to determine whether a product is going to be able to accommodate increasingly evolving user requirements.

self service active directory  expandability. Conversely, while a self-contained, stand-alone program does have some program logic, it certainly does not have software architecture. This is not to imply that stand-alone programs do not need design, but rather that for the purpose of this article, architecture comes in when one talks about systems of systems. Over the last few decades, the enterprise applications architecture has certainly gone through several waves of evolutionary steps and improvements, so that even our article Read More...
Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service
If service parts and service personnel management are well managed, manufacturers can significantly improve their profits from service operations. This will lead in turn to significant overall profit margins.

self service active directory  Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service Ashfaque Ahmed - August 15, 2006 Read Comments Introduction Traditional sources of profit margins for manufacturers from product sales are diminishing as more and more products are commoditized, and margins are thus further and further reduced. On the other hand, profit margins from after-sales service are good (if managed well), and hold the promise of sustained (if not Read More...
UNIT4 Multi-tenancy SaaS Delivery Model Accreditation
Organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report will assist organizations looking to determine the best-fit service provider for their implementation needs. Based on information provided to TEC by UNIT4 and its clients, this report focuses on real-life implementation projects delivered by the service provider to three of its existing clients.

self service active directory  UNIT4 Multi-tenancy SaaS Delivery Model Accreditation UNIT4 Multi-tenancy SaaS Delivery Model Accreditation Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Accreditation Report Description: Organizations seeking the services of a value-added reseller (VAR), channel partner, implementer, vendor, or consultant require an evaluation of what this service provider has to offer. This report will assist organizations looking to determine the best-fit service provider for their implementation needs. Based on Read More...
A "Gentler" Giant's Success in Reaching Out to the "Little Guys"
Until recently, the few leaders in the lower end of the technology and platform market have hardly had any viable competition. However, Oracle is determined to give these players—especially archrival Microsoft—a run for their money, starting with offerings attractive to small to medium businesses and partners alike.

self service active directory   After much thought and self-examination, Oracle identified a number of hurdles to the adoption of its technology by smaller customers and partners alike. To get around these obstacles, the vendor has embarked on a mission to evolve its large enterprise-oriented programs, simplify its complex systems, and refine its business practices accordingly. Proper packaging of solutions, improved pricing, more flexible licensing, and continued robust software capabilities have made Oracle’s mission a success. Read More...

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