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The Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report: Achieving Maximum Product Value
Products may fail to meet expectations for many reasons—most of which are self-inflicted wounds (such as unclear product definitions) by the company bringing

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Business Intelligence (BI)

Business intelligence (BI) and performance management applications enable real-time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. These applications provide users with valuable insights into key operating information to quickly identify business problems and opportunities. Users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that ultimately support business decisions. These tools prevent the potential loss of knowledge within the enterprise that results from massive information accumulation that is not readily accessible or in a usable form. It is an umbrella term that ties together other closely related data disciplines including data mining, statistical analysis, forecasting, and decision support. 

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SAS: Striving to Sustain Leadership


SAS Institute has been successful, moving beyond a business intelligence. Lately, it has lately focused on sustaining its technology leadership, expanding in some vertical markets, and becoming more attentive to the low-end market.

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xTuple xChange, Add on to Your ERP


In a call yesterday with xTuple's Ned Lilly, we had a chance to catch up on the open source ERP vendor's current business. I wanted to say a word about the company's recently launched xChange online store, which I think is a smart way for an open source enterprise software vendor to provide clients convenient access to community and partner innovations. It may also be a cost-effective means for

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Why CRM Is So Hard and What To Do About It: Data is key to making CRM work


Making a CRM investment work is a two-step process that begins with unifying disparate systems by creating and managing standardized, reusable business definitions mapped to the different CRM system schemas throughout the organization.

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Sagent Improves Its Image With SAS Partnership


Sagent has recently announced a strategic agreement with the SAS Institute, a market leader in analytics and CRM software, to integrate and license select SAS software within its business intelligence solutions. Through a partnership with SAS, Sagent gains additional creditability in the market and SAS gains access to Sagent’s mid-market customer base.

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And the Real ERP Is…


On October 9, I ran a contest asking readers to define ERP in their own words. Why? Because there are so many different definitions floating around on the Web that I wondered if users really know what they're getting into when selecting an ERP system. This problem was really brought home to me a few months ago, when I was asked to write a brief history of ERP (for an organization who will

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Demystifying the Anti-spam Buzz


The options available for mitigating e-mail spam in the enterprise are varied—as varied as the variety of actual spam definitions. These factors often lead to some confusion about what a particular anti-spam solution can or can’t do. In order to focus on the basics, you need to cut through the hype in the anti-spam market and its buzzwords.

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WMS Helps Vehicle Distribution Company Improve Delivery


JM Family Enterprises knew there had to be a more efficient way to organize its picking, packing, and tracking systems. Because of the specific nature of its documents, it was vital they arrive at the correct dealership on time. In order to achieve continued growth, it would need an automated system. Since implementing a warehouse management system (WMS), the company has reduced its paper processing by 80 percent.

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A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part II


Part I of this blog series introduced the notion of long tails in modern supply chains. That blog post also introduced the vendor ToolsGroup and its solution for planning and optimizing finished goods in distribution environments. So, How Does ToolsGroup Solve the Distribution Puzzle? Most of the benefits are driven here by the distinctive Stock Mix Optimization capability that has delivered

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TIBCO Spotfire Releases Version 5


TIBCO will be launching version 5 of Spotfire, its BI and analytics solution. With enhancements in its analysis engine and a newly re-architected in-memory engine, Spotfire 5 will boast improved performance when analyzing large amounts of data coming from sources such as Teradata and Oracle, and even data coming from Microsoft’s SQLServer Analysis service cubes. Lars Bauerle, vice

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E-mail Clustering and Cloud E-mail Services


There has been a lot of buzz about the new cloud computing paradigm. But can cloud computing offer the same benefits as clustering? Find out more in a comparative analysis of the two concepts governing the present and the future of the IT industry: the older, already-proven technology used in clustering systems today, and the new trend of cloud computing—with a special focus on the development of e-mail services.

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