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So, Tell Me a Little Bit About Yourself
If you know nothing about a company, you should be able to figure out the bare essentials by visiting its About Us page, right?Turns out this is only true

so tell me a little bit about yourself  time as I need, so when I visit a company’s website, I’m going to make some immediate decisions based on Whether the company provides the kind of software I’m looking for Whether the company serves other customers in my industry Whether the company serves businesses of the same size as mine Whether the company does one or more of these things in a way that’s demonstrably better than its competitors That’s the information I need right away, and if I don’t get it, or don’t understand it, Read More...
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The Interview: Having an Experience with Joe Pine
Today's business climate is all about competition - we're lean, we’re mean, but competing on price is not where it’s at. How do you create a lasting identity

so tell me a little bit about yourself  than a specialist, and so angled myself toward jobs where I could have influence over a wide breadth of activities. I left IBM over ten years ago, and as co-founder of Strategic Horizons LLP, I still work on influencing a wide breadth of companies. My personal mission is to figure out what is happening in the business world that few executives or managers have yet to see, and then develop ideas and frameworks to help them understand what's going on and what to do about it. ChainLink: You have authored Read More...
Interview with Karl Fogel of Subversion and CollabNet
Karl Fogel is a founding developer of the Subversion project and is employed by CollabNet. In the following interview, Karl covers key social aspects of

so tell me a little bit about yourself  stick around, and if so what steps should we take to keep them from getting bored or disenchanted? It can be something like when you run across a really hard problem you might specifically go to that person—you might mail a public list but if the topic of your mail addresses that person by name and says, Fred, I'm having some trouble figuring out how to work this, can you tell me your thoughts on the matter? and then you ask some technical questions. What's really going on is, yeah you're asking for Read More...
Interview with Michael McGrath, CEO, i2 Technologies
The former CEO and co-founder of PRTM is a keen observer of management cycles and philosophies. As he takes over the helm at i2, Michael McGrath talks about how

so tell me a little bit about yourself  to the supplier's supplier. So it's a whole new perspective to supply chain management and we are into the first couple of years of that new generation, and the education processes are taking place and the early adopters are having some successes with this, and that's the inflection point where we are at, and we expect a major thrust over the next two to three years around this new generation capability. SH: And how do you see this translating into a product strategy? MM: The product strategy is Read More...
How a Jerk at Work Can Put the Kibosh on Your ERP Software Selection Project
The old software selection “how-to” horse may not have been beaten to death yet, but it’s certainly received a few good whacks. As you already know

so tell me a little bit about yourself  haven’t heard from her. So early the next morning, you call her extension. She doesn’t answer. You call one of her employees, just to make sure she’s not sick or on vacation. “No, she’s at her desk,” he whispers. “She just never answers her phone.” You thank him, and hang up, sighing. Then you stroll down to her end of the building. As luck would have it, she’s on the phone. “That is not the performance I expect from you,” she snarls, “you’re letting me down again. I want it on Read More...
Of Pizza and Planning: A Philosophic Approach to Supply Chains
Supply chain optimization begins not with a technological solution, but with a question: Where does the chain begin and end? Ask a manufacturer and you’ll get

so tell me a little bit about yourself  Pizza and Planning: A Philosophic Approach to Supply Chains Supply chain optimization begins not with a technological solution, but with a question: Where does the chain begin and end? Ask a manufacturer and you’ll get one answer. Ask a retailer and you’ll get another. Ask a customer and you’ll get yet another. However, there is one place where consumer demand, supplier products, and retailer strategies converge: the store shelf. Read More...
A Short Guide to a Faster WAN
Wide area networks (WANs) are essential to the majority of businesses, enabling effective communications within the organization and with customers, partners

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Planning for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed
Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and

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Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective
In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These

so tell me a little bit about yourself  COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By leveraging existing assets while moving to a service-based architecture, you can extend your existing business Read More...
Get a Grip: 5 Ways to Better Manage the Cloud
The causes of a cloud outage can differ—software updates, networking interruptions, a bolt of lightning. But one thing is for certain: a cloud computing outage

so tell me a little bit about yourself  a cloud outage can differ—software updates, networking interruptions, a bolt of lightning. But one thing is for certain: a cloud computing outage can significantly impact revenue generation, business continuity, and customer satisfaction. That’s all the more reason for companies to stay on top of their cloud computing environment. This white paper offers five ways to better manage a cloud-based IT infrastructure. Read More...
A Fresh Look at SAP’s Software-as-a-service (SaaS) Solution
After a year of silence surrounding SAP’s newest enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, SAP Business ByDesign is back. During that year, many of its

so tell me a little bit about yourself  SAP’s silence, even going so far as to spread rumors that the new product was dead. Find out what one Aberdeen analyst thought of Business ByDesign after taking it for a test drive at Sapphire 2009. Read More...
Forget Everything You Think You Know about ERP (Because That’s All About to Change)
Let’s face it: There’s nothing sexy about enterprise resource planning (ERP). It’s been around forever. It’s big. It’s tough to use and maintain. It’s not

so tell me a little bit about yourself  nothing sexy about enterprise resource planning (ERP). It’s been around forever. It’s big. It’s tough to use and maintain. It’s not flexible enough to do exactly what you want it to do. Or is it? Download this white paper for Infor’s perspective on the evils of “traditional ERP,” and how it may be hurting your business. Read More...
Are ERP Workarounds a Terrific Way of Shooting Yourself in the Foot?
Are ERP workarounds a terrific way of shooting yourself in the foot? TEC Analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu says “There’s no way to avoid ERP workarounds. And yes, they

so tell me a little bit about yourself  used and group data so it makes sense? Can you run a query or modify an existing report on how much you’ve spent on office accessories? Or, my favorite example of a workaround: You’re selling a shirt that you produce in sizes S, M, and L, with an initial inventory of 250 pieces of size S, 100 size M and 400 size L.  Let’s say you decide to start manufacturing and selling size SX. When you add a new size range, some systems will not move the inventory for the other sizes “to the right,” and Read More...
IFS Ends Year with a Few Bangs
IFS has had a pretty decent time of late, but the company has apparently had a great end to 2013 if one judges by a slew of new win announcements. Senior

so tell me a little bit about yourself  the IFS Applications enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for real-time project management. The contract is valued at $2 million (USD), whereby the company will implement IFS Applications modules for project management, manufacturing, supply chain management (SCM), and maintenance.   NAN is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and is 100 percent funded by 12 separately owned companies that are part of a group of local business partners that provide localized sales and associated service presence in Read More...
Case Study: Enterprise Rent-A-Car
During Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s expansive growth, the number of IT requests nearly doubled in eighteen months, pushing the existing system to capacity

so tell me a little bit about yourself  business process management (BPM) solution helped it rebuild its IT request services system and improve additional internal operations. Read More...

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