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The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl
Watch this video white paper to learn how to transform your spreadsheet-only processes so you can create flexible and timely plans, budgets, and forecasts.

TROUBLE TICKETS: The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl Source: IBM Document Type: Web Cast Description: Watch this video white paper to learn how to transform your spreadsheet-only processes so you can create flexible and timely plans, budgets, and forecasts. The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Budgeting,   Financial Planning,   and Analysis Related Keywords:   spreadsheet sprawl,
6/3/2013 4:37:00 PM

Compaq Reorganizes Again
“When in trouble, when in doubt: Run in circles! Scream and shout”. And reorganize.

TROUBLE TICKETS: Compaq, Enterprise solutions and services, Michael Capellas, Enrico Pesatori, Journeyman executive, Compaq executives, FUD Fear uncertainty and doubt, Synaxia Networks, Bill Parcells, Mary McDowell, Bill Heil, Howard Elias, Peter Blackmore.
6/5/2000

Double Trouble for Cap Gemini: Integrator s Problems Suggest A Different Approach to Contracting for Technology Services
IT systems company Cap Gemini has been dropped from some large contracts and is being sued for allegedly refusing to perform on another.

TROUBLE TICKETS: Double Trouble for Cap Gemini: Integrator s Problems Suggest A Different Approach to Contracting for Technology Services Double Trouble for Cap Gemini: Integrator s Problems Suggest A Different Approach to Contracting for Technology Services D. Geller - December 15, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary An article in the New York Times states that Cap Gemini, an international provider of IT services, has recently been removed from a total of almost $150 million dollars worth of projects. The United States
12/15/1999

Case Study: Copps Industries—Trouble Free ERP


TROUBLE TICKETS: Case Study: Copps Industries—Trouble Free ERP Case Study: Copps Industries—Trouble Free ERP Source: Deacom Document Type: Case Study Description: Case Study: Copps Industries—Trouble Free ERP style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Deacom Learn more about Deacom Readers who downloaded this case study also read these popular documents! Guidelines for Best Practice in Integrated Talent Management Databases and ERP Selection: Oracle vs. SQL Server Smart Training Centers The
11/7/2012 11:14:00 AM

J.D. Edwards CEO Retires Again; This Time For Good?
Having seemingly paved a solid ground for its successor, it is likely that this time J.D. Edwards founder and CEO Ed McVaney might not have to come back from oblivion like in 2000

TROUBLE TICKETS: company as having internal trouble and the difficulty of regaining confidence. While the new CEO indisputably has his work cut out for him, it would be unfair not to give credit to the former CEO for paving the way at least in part. McVaney not only founded J.D. Edwards, but he also navigated it through an Odyssey-like transition from solely the IBM AS/400 (now iSeries) platform to UNIX and Windows NT while keeping most customers committed and arguably content. This is in contrast to the experience of
1/28/2002

TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 4) » The TEC Blog
signals that it’s having trouble meeting the increased demand resulting from the WalNut order. At 1:12 PM, another ingredient supplier notifies TurtleSpice that it’s experiencing delivery problems resulting from an as-yet unidentified issue at the Mexican border. This delay in key ingredients is going to result in inventory spoilage, which in turn jeopardizes the lucrative WalNut contract. This wouldn’t have happened, of course, if TurtleSpice had already implemented an ERP system to coordinate

TROUBLE TICKETS: food & beverage, process manufacturing, Software Selection, TurtleSpice ERP, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
31-07-2008

Linking Planning and Execution Systems for Retailers’ Nirvana--Improved Visibility and Fulfillment
Linking an APS to an ERP system, although simple in principle and worth the trouble, is nonetheless a major integration project.

TROUBLE TICKETS: advanced planning and scheduling, APS, enterprise resource planning, ERP, supply chain management, SCM, supply chain execution, warehouse management, product lifecycle management, PLM, distribution order management, supply chain order inventory.
4/11/2005

Customer Care & Billing RFP Template


TROUBLE TICKETS: Customer Care & Billing RFP Template covers industry-standard functional criteria of Customer Care & Billing that can help you easily gather and prioritize your business needs in a simple and categorized excel document. More than a RFP template, it is a working document that serves as a knowledge base reference throughout the life-span of your Customer Care & Billing software project. Includes:
General Requirements, Mediation, Provisioning, Sales and Marketing, Customer Billing, Customer Care, Packages and Promotions, Accounts Receivable, Financial Systems, Enterprise Data Warehouse, Reporting, Telephony Products and Services, Utility Products and Services, CATV Products and Services, IP Products and Services, EBPP Services, Technical Requirements


Abak Time and Billing for Professionals


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5/2/2012 1:38:00 PM

Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'.

TROUBLE TICKETS: their defection would spell trouble. (No, we have no evidence of this happening, we merely mention it as an indicator.) AMD will be more difficult to assess, because the effect of a personnel change generally takes a lot longer to become apparent. Additionally, momentum can carry a company for awhile. If we see significant attrition (such as key designers, etc.), this will be a bad sign. If there is no apparent loss of momentum over the next 3-6 months, then AMD will probably weather the change well.
9/18/2000


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