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The Internet is having an identity crisis. Long regarded as a powerful tool for cost reduction and service enhancement, the Internet is falling short of its

unsuccessful letters  ( Your login attempt was unsuccessful---please try again! ) or more subtly, the phisher could correlate information collected over multiple phishing expeditions to multiple fraudulent sites over extended periods of time. Similarly, in a Trojan Horse attack, malicious code infiltrates the user?s desktop and monitors activity at the keyboard level, collecting and sending this information periodically to the phisher. THINK IN! greatly enhances authentication security while providing the user with an Read More...
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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z
CRM. C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part three of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning

unsuccessful letters  vendor selection process,online crm,b2b leads,hosted crm,sales force crm,crm providers,sales tracking software,crm free online,business leads,lead generators,crm programs,crm asp,customer support software,crm packages,sales leads Read More...
Will Recent Acquisition Catalyze Catalyst’s Strategy? Part One: Event Summary
For years, Catalyst International was a leading public WMS/SCE vendor before missteps by its previous management team caused serious problems in strategy and

unsuccessful letters  losses, including 1) an unsuccessful attempt at utilizing purchased development of ISI ( Information Strategies , Inc .) for a Windows NT version of its Catalyst WMS product, 2) premature expansion of its service and maintenance staff in the US and overseas, and 3) massive turnover of its direct sales force in 1997. Further, in spite of its deep expertise and functionality in WMS, in the 1990s, Catalyst would often lose deals to competitors offering broader functionality to clients who anticipated future Read More...
Global Trade Regulatory Software: Vendor Obstacles and User Recommendations
The acquisition of Vastera by JPMorgan Chase indicates that finance in GTM is just as important as the physical movement of goods. However, there are still a

unsuccessful letters  Trade Regulatory Software: Vendor Obstacles and User Recommendations The Merger Rationale At first glance, the acquisition of Vastera (NASDAQ: VAST) by JPMorgan Chase , N . A . (NYSE: JPM) might appear odd. The former is a public, global trade solutions provider and the latter is one of the leading global providers of financial services. However, JPMorgan's encroachment into the global trade management (GTM) software market illustrates that finance is as valuable as the actual movement of goods in Read More...
Web 2.0 --
Another buzzword (albeit not another three letter acronym [TLA]) that has slowly (or not) but surely crept into our collective mind is certainly Web 2.0

unsuccessful letters  2.0 -- Wow! or So What?! Another buzzword (albeit not another three letter acronym [TLA] ) that has slowly (or not) but surely crept into our collective mind is certainly Web 2.0 . Although there have been some attempts at defining the term, such as at Wikipedia , ZDNet or TechTarget (and there are also some noble attempts of ZDNet bloggers, such as Richard MacManus or David Berlind ), it is most likely that 10 different folks will provide 10 different interpretations (albeit most of these will Read More...
Confronting International Regulatory Compliance: Web-based GTM Solution
TradeBeam offers a hosted GTM solution. Its ongoing acquisitions will eventually create an end-to-end solution linking physical and financial supply chains

unsuccessful letters  International Regulatory Compliance: Web-based GTM Solution TradeBeam Background Since its founding in 2000, TradeBeam has grown rapidly to become a major force in the GTM marketplace. Through a series of strategic acquisitions and the integration work of its management and product development teams, the company has embarked on a mission to bring to a hosted, eventually end-to-end GTM solution to market. This solution aims to link the physical and financial supply chains enabling companies to Read More...
ATM Machines Hacked in Moscow
Recently Moscow's ATMs have fallen victim to cyberfraud. How does ATM hacking take place? Has it happened in the United States? What can you do to safeguard

unsuccessful letters  Machines Hacked in Moscow Event Summary According to the Moscow Times, hundreds of ATM Pin codes have been stolen in the last few weeks from Moscow's ATM network. These cybercriminals have then used these codes to empty bank accounts down to the last dollar or Deutschemark from other ATMs around the world. Russian and German law-enforcement agencies are in the midst of a joint investigation in what is believed to be a single crime ring. In confirmation to the Moscow Times, Marcel Hoffman, a spokesman Read More...
Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug


unsuccessful letters  from two factors: An unsuccessful attempt at utilizing purchased development of ISI (Information Strategies, Inc.) for an NT version of its Catalyst WMS product. Premature expansion of its service and maintenance staff in the U. S. and overseas. Fig. 1 Massive turnover of its direct sales force contributed to weak revenues in 1997, although a combination of reduced operating expenses and increased hardware revenues mitigated the loss over that of the previous year. Finally, in 1998, Catalyst saw a return Read More...
Cream.HR's Solution to Today's Recruiting Challenges
I recently interviewed Caitlin MacGregor, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of Cream.HR, a company that produces a software solution that supports

unsuccessful letters  HR's Solution to Today's Recruiting Challenges I recently interviewed Caitlin MacGregor, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of Cream.HR, a company that produces a software solution that supports organizations with their recruitment and staffing needs. Cream.HR first captured my attention when it published an announcement about a potential collaboration with the Mars One mission to tackle Mars One’s flood of applications. To meet this challenge, MacGregor explains, Cream.HR will offer the M Read More...
How Human and Artificial Intelligence Can Work Together in Human Resources
We’ve all looked for a job at some point in our lives. We’ve gone to lots of interviews and answered silly questions like “Where do you see yourself in five

unsuccessful letters  Human and Artificial Intelligence Can Work Together in Human Resources We’ve all looked for a job at some point in our lives. We’ve gone to lots of interviews and answered silly questions like “ Where do you see yourself in five years? ” Or “ What was the most rewarding professional experience you’ve ever had? ” Why Are Those Interview Questions Silly? Because you know that the employer expects you to give a specific type of answer to a specific question. You’re not supposed to say Read More...
Most Misunderstood Link in Supply Chain Management
Business practices have changed dramatically through the years, but credit and collections is still handled like it was back in the 1950s. Fact is, it’s way

unsuccessful letters  Misunderstood Link in Supply Chain Management Critical to sales, customer service, quality, cash flow, and to a company's very survival, credit and collections is often caught up in a 1950's risk management time warp. Lots of things have changed since the '50s, besides the color of my hair. One thing that has remained fairly constant though is how most business executives view the credit and collection function. They Don't Know What They Don't Know An 18-year-old kid knows everything worth knowing, or Read More...
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future
A typical ERP system indeed now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a strong technical

unsuccessful letters  a large number of unsuccessful ERP implementations in the past. Namely, it has long been an open secret, general feeling based on rumors, news headlines, and many survey reports albeit hidden within trade publications' or analyst houses' vaults and largely inaccessible to mass audience owing to exorbitant subscription fees—the fact that many major companies are still having difficulty achieving effective ERP systems even after a full year of implementation. The above information is based on the report Read More...
Integrating All Information Assets Part Two: Why is integration an issue?
Successful e-businesses of the future will be those who treat e-business as the collection of processes, which allow multiple companies to work cooperatively

unsuccessful letters  the new, unproven, and unsuccessful implementation of the acquiring division. I wish I could say that my experience has proven that this kind of decision is typically reached with the objectivity and due diligence exhibited by Belden Brick. However, more often than not, in a contest between your ERP or mine? the acquiring enterprise is typically the winner, for better or for worse. When Acquisition Does Not Include Integration But mergers and acquisitions do not always result in this kind of Read More...
Sales and Operations Planning: the Key to Demand Satisfaction
There is a better way, and you can learn about it in the white paper sales and operations planning: the key to continuous demand satisfaction.

unsuccessful letters  Excess inventory Late or unsuccessful product launches Introduction of new products that cannibalize your existing market(s) Loss of market share to competitors who were better able to forecast market demand Chances are, your sales and operations planning (S&OP) is to blame. And chances are, your company is using a static and insular S&OP process, one based more on logistics and historical performance than on strategy. There is a better way, and you can learn about it in the white paper Sales and Read More...
IFS Bucking the Trends - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the current upbeat state of affairs of IFS, a public business software company (listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

unsuccessful letters  has learned from its unsuccessful customer-conversion acquisitions attempts in the 1990s? Namely, hoping to gain a fast US beachhead by converting customers from the legacy Time-Critical Manufacturing (TCM) product to IFS Applications, IFS bought US-based ERP vendor Effective Management Systems (EMS). However, customer satisfaction with TCM was (unexpectedly to IFS) high and, therefore, customer loyalty made it difficult to move customers away from TCM at the time. With the majority of TCM customers Read More...

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