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Unified Communication Vendor Comparison Guide
Unified communications integrates multiple methods of communication—such as e-mail, faxing, instant messaging, voice and video calling and conferencing, mobile communication, and even desktop sharing—to produce improved efficiencies for companies of all sizes. This paper focuses on three key areas to compare available offerings, providing insights into the most important ways vendors can differentiate their products.

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: UC, unified communications, UC vendors, UC vendor comparison, unified communications vendors, unified messaging, mobile integration, unified user interface, Wheelhouse Enterprises.
1/22/2013 5:34:00 PM

Project Management Communication: Part 3 of 3 » The TEC Blog
3 of 3 Filed Under ( From the Project Manager s Desk ) by Alex Hankewicz  ( see bio )   In this final installment of the Project Management Communication series, we look at a vital project management tool. This system has provided visibility to senior management, as well as justification for projects based on the expected value of each product in its planning stage, and in projects both in progress and completed. What Is Project Portfolio Management? Project portfolio management (PPM) is a resource

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: ERP, Gantt, PPM Project Portfolio Management, Project Management, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
28-04-2008

Customer Communication: Managing the Digital Deluge
As with all things, there’s a good side and a bad side—the Internet is no different. Although it improves communication between businesses and customers, it can also overwhelm customers that are bombarded with marketing e-mails on a daily basis. Customers want more convenient contact channels. Smart companies understand this and are responding by adopting a multichannel approach to customer relationship management (CRM).

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: contact channels. Smart companies understand this and are responding by adopting a multichannel approach to customer relationship management (CRM). Customer Communication: Managing the Digital Deluge style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),   Call Center,   Contact Management (CM),   Customer Service and Support,   Help Desk and Call Management,   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Development,   Web
11/1/2007 4:01:00 PM

E-mail: No Longer a Lightweight Communication Tool
While it’s great to find ways to keep up with mountains of e-mail, organizations must remember that e-mail is not a lightweight communication tool anymore. For people and organizations swamped by critical information, throwing messages away is just not an answer. Increasingly, knowledge workers are turning to searching to manage the volume and value of information sitting in their in-boxes.

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12/21/2006 1:09:00 PM

Plugging Revenue Leakage in the Utility Industry
Utilities are under intense pressure to improve corporate performance despite increasing costs, regulatory pressures, and enhanced customer expectations. The need to supplement existing cash flows with the low-risk, low-investment, high-impact option of plugging revenue leakage has never been more critical. Find out how you can plug revenue leakage by using technology to make improvements across the utility revenue chain.

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: Paper Description: Utilities are under intense pressure to improve corporate performance despite increasing costs, regulatory pressures, and enhanced customer expectations. The need to supplement existing cash flows with the low-risk, low-investment, high-impact option of plugging revenue leakage has never been more critical. Find out how you can plug revenue leakage by using technology to make improvements across the utility revenue chain. Plugging Revenue Leakage in the Utility Industry
12/18/2007 2:11:00 PM

Corporate versus Employee-liable
Every company that uses mobile devices as business tools is faced with this dilemma: purchase mobile devices under the corporate account (corporate-liable units [CLU]), or allow employees to purchase their own (employee-liable units [ELU]). To alleviate the management issues, some companies have opted for ELUs. But there is a danger in using ELUs as company business tools. Find out more.

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: dilemma: purchase mobile devices under the corporate account (corporate-liable units [CLU]), or allow employees to purchase their own (employee-liable units [ELU]). To alleviate the management issues, some companies have opted for ELUs. But there is a danger in using ELUs as company business tools. Find out more. Corporate versus Employee-liable style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: MRB Public Relations Learn more about MRB Public Relations Readers who downloaded this white
7/14/2010 12:33:00 PM

Why Your Organization Needs to Focus On Outbound Content
Electronic communication tools can provide enormous benefits for your employees, as well as distinct competitive advantages. However, they also carry the risk that employees might communicate in ways that violate corporate policies, various statutes, or best practices. Find out about the key steps you should take to mitigate the risks you face from employee use—and misuse—of communication tools.

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10/5/2007 3:48:00 PM

How to Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP
How to Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP.Search for Articles and Other Solutions to Characterize Your Comparison In Relation To Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP. Unencrypted communication between users’ workstations and the backend SAP servers is a significant vulnerability to your SAP environment. This can put the confidential data inside your SAP systems and your entire business activity at risk—and have a negative impact on your customers. Find out how to reduce business risks and improve audit results through encrypted communication and two-factor user authentication for SAP.

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: of every business to understand and manage its risks — whether originating in IT or any other area — in order to minimize the potential negative impact to the business. If risks are not managed, a company s valuation will likely be affected at some point in time. IT security risks are one example: according to analyst studies, companies with publicized IT security breaches experienced an above-average loss in valuation. This is not only caused by direct cost for managing the security breach
8/14/2009 12:43:00 AM

Inventory on the Water: Do You Know Where It Is?
Today, more and more companies are purchasing goods from overseas. But once those goods are on the water, many companies find it difficult to keep track of where they are at any given time. Ineffective container management leads to extra costs, but with Sage ERP X3’s import tracking functionality, business functions are tied together in a single database—enabling real-time access to information and improving productivity.

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11/22/2007 3:27:00 PM

Data Quality Basics
Bad data threatens the usefulness of the information you have about your customers. Poor data quality undermines customer communication and whittles away at profit margins. It can also create useless information in the form of inaccurate reports and market analyses. As companies come to rely more and more on their automated systems, data quality becomes an increasingly serious business issue.

UNDER WATER COMMUNICATION: customers. Poor data quality undermines customer communication and whittles away at profit margins. It can also create useless information in the form of inaccurate reports and market analyses. As companies come to rely more and more on their automated systems, data quality becomes an increasingly serious business issue. Data Quality Basics style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),   Business Intelligence and Data Management,
10/27/2006 4:30:00 PM

Business Community Management
Business Community Management. Reports and Other Computer Software to Use In Your Dynamic System Related to a Business Community Management. To adapt your supply chain communication process to the demands posed by changing customer expectations, volume increases, and multiple communication formats, automating your supply chain is essential. Business community management (BCM) integrates the technology, business processes, and communication of the entire trading community to create end-to-end supply chain visibility. Learn how to use BCM for your enterprise.

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11/12/2007 4:11:00 PM


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