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IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops, will now cover the whole range, including newly-released models for home and business.

t1 line  IBM PC Line Redrawn IBM PC Line Redrawn R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Event Summary 9/14/2000 [Source: IBM] IBM has added new models to its NetVista PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM s Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data Read More...

IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers

t1 line  IBM Updates the Netfinity Line IBM Updates the Netfinity Line R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Event Summary Taking aim at the growing Internet infrastructure business, IBM introduced three new models - 4500R, 6000R and 5100 - to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers. These new R servers complement their current rackmount offerings, the Netfinity 4500R and 8500R. IBM officials said the 4500R is aimed at ISPs (Internet service providers) and ASPs (application service Read More...
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Dell Updates Its Appliance Line
As part of a far-reaching strategy to grab a large share of Internet infrastructure computing, Dell has announced three new appliance server models.

t1 line  Dell Updates Its Appliance Line Dell Updates Its Appliance Line R. Krause - April 28, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - April 28th, 2000 Event Summary Dell Computer Corporation introduced its new line of Dell PowerApp appliance servers as part of Dell s comprehensive Internet infrastructure strategy. PowerApp appliance servers focus on Web hosting and Internet caching. For Web hosting, PowerApp.web products are dedicated Web servers that include optimized versions of Web hosting software from Microsoft or Read More...
Compaq Streamlines Product Line
Compaq is simplifying its sometimes dizzying range of product offerings in its business desktop lines. This bodes well for their customers.

t1 line  Compaq Streamlines Product Line Compaq Streamlines Product Line C. McNulty - April 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [20 March 2000 - ZDNet] Compaq Computer Corp. is betting that slimming down its commercial desktop PC line will increase profitability. As part of CEO Michael Capellas strategy for getting Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) back on track, the company will streamline its commercial desktop PC line. Sources said Compaq will attempt to make this part of its business profitable again by slimming down the Read More...
Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement
Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are significant—translating directly, with no dilution, into measurable, hard dollar profit increases.

t1 line  Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Source: ICG Commerce Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are Read More...
Driver-based Budgets and Forecasting
Line managers and finance staff are frustrated by the inability of spreadsheet-based planning systems to deliver useful budgets and rolling forecasts. A major problem is the disconnect between the operational elements of business and financial plans. What's missing is driver-based planning, a best-practice methodology where financial plans incorporate assumptions about business activities modeled to drive financial data.

t1 line  Driver-based Budgets and Forecasting Driver-based Budgets and Forecasting Source: Alight Document Type: White Paper Description: Line managers and finance staff are frustrated by the inability of spreadsheet-based planning systems to deliver useful budgets and rolling forecasts. A major problem is the disconnect between the operational elements of business and financial plans. What s missing is driver-based planning, a best-practice methodology where financial plans incorporate assumptions about business Read More...
Case Study: Dorcy International
Dorcy, a global distributor of flashlights and batteries, manufactures its product line in Taiwan, China, and Korea, and repackages products in two US warehouses to ship to major retailers. With 2,500 items in its inventory—approaching $12 million (USD) at any given time—Dorcy needs a warehouse management system (WMS) that automates reports and provides real-time inventory data. Learn about the solution it uses.

t1 line  Case Study: Dorcy International Case Study: Dorcy International Source: VAI Document Type: Case Study Description: Dorcy, a global distributor of flashlights and batteries, manufactures its product line in Taiwan, China, and Korea, and repackages products in two US warehouses to ship to major retailers. With 2,500 items in its inventory—approaching $12 million (USD) at any given time—Dorcy needs a warehouse management system (WMS) that automates reports and provides real-time inventory data. Learn Read More...
EMNS
Since 1990, EMNS has been a custom hosting organization. Services provided by EMNS include a wide range of web services such as custom web hosting, HTML/graphics development, application development, video and audio streaming, live broadcast services, and on-line training support and development.

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Consumers Shop Everywhere: Understanding Multichannel Sales
Multichannel retailers must be able to flawlessly execute a full range of services to engage, transact, and fulfill on Web placed orders. Hence, most successful multichannel retailers of today had to either build a complete set of the services in-house or outsource some or all of them.

t1 line  Consumers Shop Everywhere: Understanding Multichannel Sales Consumers Shop Everywhere: Understanding Multichannel Sales P.J. Jakovljevic - April 12, 2005 Read Comments Multichannel Customers Consumers today shop almost everywhere—in stores, at home, by mail catalogs, over the phone (soon over many mobile devices), via TV infomercials and over the Internet, and most retailers, including Wal-Mart , try to sell through as many as possible of these channels. But few can still effectively and seamlessly Read More...
The Blurry Line between ERP and PLM in Engineer-to-order (ETO) Manufacturing
Engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing needs a high level of integration between ERP and PLM systems. This article points out that ERP and PLM solutions are moving toward each other to achieve more organic data and process connectivity.

t1 line  The Blurry Line between ERP and PLM in Engineer-to-order (ETO) Manufacturing The Blurry Line between ERP and PLM in Engineer-to-order (ETO) Manufacturing Kurt (Yu) Chen - November 27, 2009 Read Comments Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and product lifecycle management (PLM) have different business management perspectives—the first focuses on fulfilling physical orders with the respect of optimizing resource use whereas the second focuses on taking care of innovation processes by facilitating product Read More...
Total Reward Management: Don't Leave Your Line Manager Alone
A total reward management system can help companies leverage their most complex and volatile asset: its human capital. Partnerships between human resources and line managers, and using collaborative platforms to communicate incentives and goals can increase strengthen a company's competitive advantage.

t1 line  Total Reward Management: Don t Leave Your Line Manager Alone Total Reward Management: Don t Leave Your Line Manager Alone Donatello Bianco - June 30, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Today, businesses have the opportunity to increase their competitive edge by better managing human capital by broadening the reward options and using collaborative technology to share guidelines and analyze employee needs. This is a great opportunity for companies who understand that they need to improve the line manager Read More...

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