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Best Practices in Siebel CRM Performance Management: Monitor, Measure, and Manage the End-user Experience
Many frustrated executives find that despite the fortune spent on managing servers, networks, and applications, there are still complaints about the performance

server health monitor  the Knoa EPM analysis server which prepares a series of targeted analyses and reports. This information is viewed through the Knoa EPM Console, which presents a series of management dashboards and drill downs for analyzing and querying the performance data. The combination of the user-base coverage and application depth provided by this approach is tough to beat. With this information, companies can manage the performance achieved by end users, as well as the experience that they receive. - Bernd

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Staff Scheduling for the Health Care Industry

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