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End-user Performance: Building and Maintaining ROI
Software alone is not enough to make your business run more smoothly and cost-effectively. For software to deliver value to your organization, your users must

user acceptance test  performance cycle that establishes user acceptance and understanding up front and maintains and develops user skills in the long term (see Figure 1). As a cross industry best-practice approach and framework for continuous learning throughout your organization, the performance cycle maximizes your end-user performance and ensures the overall success and ROI of your software implementation. This article will present the performance cycle as a high-level best practices approach to user performance. We'll Read More
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What's Wrong With Enterprise Applications, And What Are Vendors Doing About It? Part Three: A New Approach and User Recommendations
Despite the user preference for a single, 'one-stop shop' vendor, componentized software products, interoperability standards and Internet technology will lead

user acceptance test  by applications. Despite the user preference for a single, one-stop shop' vendor, componentized software products, interoperability standards and Internet technology will lead to fewer large-scale projects and an ongoing stream of smaller ones, all with tangible return on investment (ROI) rationale. Easy integration to third-party applications has become a key selling point for ERP vendors as thus many of them tout the provision of connectors to/from their systems and/or provision of integration Read More
Intuitive Manufacturing Systems Shows Maturity in Adolescent Age Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
As long as the

user acceptance test  Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations Challenges On April 1, Intuitive Manufacturing Systems ( www.intuitivemfg.com ), a privately held company offering enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for small and mid-size manufacturers, announced its ten-year anniversary.In 1994, the founders of another ERP vendor, PRO:MAN , sold all interest in the company and started a new one: Intuitive. Since then, Intuitive has been offering enterprise software for small and midsize discrete manufacturers Read More
ERP Systems and the ETO Manufacturing Market Part Three: User Recommendations
Companies that are project manufacturers, engineer-to-order (ETO), build-to-order, jobbing shops or contract manufacturers should think carefully when selecting

user acceptance test  a result, the ill-fated user company would have to literally close down operations so that the entire place can participate in a dreaded stock-taking exercise with an item master printout as thick as encyclopedia and with less than 10 percent of listed items expected to be really stocked. This is without considering the likelihood of identical products having a number of different item codes as different people created new codes unbeknownst to each other. As for the production planning aspect, the Read More
Vendor Reservations, a Full-fledged SaaS ERP, and User Recommendations
Having a system that can support mix-mode manufacturing without the need for artificial constraints would mean that the technology is available to offer on

user acceptance test  Full-fledged SaaS ERP, and User Recommendations How About Full-fledged SaaS Enterprise Resource Planning? The previous notes in this series have left us in a quandary: Why has software-as-a-service (SaaS) not been fully embraced by the full-fledged manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) world? Sure, the SaaS Showcase features over a dozen SaaS ERP solutions, but such companies as NetSuite , Intacct , Plexus , Workday (a new venture from former PeopleSoft founder Dave Duffield), or Everest Read More
Implementing Detailed User-level Auditing of UNIX and Linux Systems
UNIX and Linux systems aren’t exempt from the rigors of regulatory compliance. System logs can help you spot suspicious insider activity and contribute to more

user acceptance test  Detailed User-level Auditing of UNIX and Linux Systems UNIX and Linux systems aren’t exempt from the rigors of regulatory compliance. System logs can help you spot suspicious insider activity and contribute to more accurate compliance reports by showing which users accessed what systems, what commands they executed, and what changes they made to key files and data. Find out how centralized UNIX/Linux auditing can help you troubleshoot and reduce your risk of non-compliance. Read More
Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters
It appears that several of Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) Solomon's truly differentiating traits, which could not have been easily or quickly replicated by

user acceptance test  vendor challenges and make user recommendations. Other Features Solomon 5.5 is now also integrated with Microsoft Business Solutions Retail Management System (MBS RMS) , a retail management and point-of-sale (POS) solution designed specifically for the independent merchant. The integration allows for the easy sharing of information between Microsoft RMS and the proven financial capabilities of Solomon. Built on the award-winning QuickSell line of products, it offers a solution that automates a retailer's Read More
Unifying Global Trade Management: Challenges and User Recommendations
GTM software should be able to gather information and feed it back into the parent company, creating visibility into what remote divisions are doing and how

user acceptance test  Trade Management: Challenges and User Recommendations Complex Requirements Drive Future Development Enterprises with global operations can no longer manage their transportation needs with generic sourcing and e-procurement applications. They need more astute systems to address their evermore complex requirements. The functionality of their supply chain management (SCM) systems will also need continual enhancements to manage supply chain business relationships, transactions, and communication. Undeniably, Read More
Segue Software is First to Provide the Capability to Load Test Wireless Applications
The product (SilkPerformer) has been aimed at the e-business market, but with the addition of load testing for wireless devices, we believe Segue Software has

user acceptance test  in the space . User Recommendations With financial institutions and wireless service providers rushing to wireless, some of the testing has been sub-par, leading to frustrated wireless users complaining about the speed of wireless access to either the Internet or directly to a brokerage account. This, in part, is due to the current wireless speed limitation of 19.2 Kbps, almost a third of the speed of a typical Internet user's home modem. And to make matters a little stickier, the majority of wireless ven Read More
Privileged User Management
IT managers feel overwhelmed with the rising tide of security threats they have to deal with in the face of an increasing regulatory burden. But they tend to

user acceptance test  User Management IT managers feel overwhelmed with the rising tide of security threats they have to deal with in the face of an increasing regulatory burden. But they tend to overlook one particular area of IT security—the privileged access that they grant themselves or their colleagues in order to do their jobs. Learn how to make sure your IT systems are not impacted by the inadvertent or malicious actions of privileged users. Read More
User-Friendliness Considerations for Enterprise Software
I just read Khoi Vinh's quacking cow dolphin post (by way of Nicholas Carr's blog) about how unfriendly he thinks enterprise software is (both posts are

user acceptance test  Friendliness Considerations for Enterprise Software I just read Khoi Vinh's quacking cow dolphin post (by way of Nicholas Carr's blog ) about how unfriendly he thinks enterprise software is (both posts are generating insightful commentary). Vinh makes a point about enterprise applications not receiving the same sort of wide-spread critiques that popular commodity applications do. He attributes this to the idea that the software is used by a less-varied base of people, which aren't very likely to be Read More
Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
Key concerns for PLM prospects will be domain knowledge in design and engineering-specific functions and integration, including currently poor connections from

user acceptance test  Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Challenges Recently, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), claims to have experienced a rebirth of interest in its supply chain management (SCM) capabilities as the enterprise market sentiment have lately turned against mainly struggling so called best-of-breed or pure-play SCM providers. To that end, Oracle has broadened its supply chain software footprint. First, although belatedly embracing internal development of a comprehensive suite of Supply Chain Read More
SAP NetWeaver Background, Direction, and User Recommendations
SAP is using NetWeaver to reach to the shop floor by aggregating and presenting information to users, thus empowering them to improve manufacturing performance.

user acceptance test  NetWeaver Background, Direction, and User Recommendations NetWeaver Background Back in 2003, SAP positioned NetWeaver as a tool to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO), but it has now morphed into a tool to enable competitive advantage through business process innovation. To put it another way, the first components of NetWeaver in 2003 were mainly tools to bridge the gap between SAP and non-SAP applications. Nowadays, the idea is to have SAP applications that are broken down into ever smaller chunks a Read More
The Changing PLM User Landscape
Product lifecycle management (PLM) originated decades ago in the discrete manufacturing area, and for quite a long period of time remained mainly as a solution

user acceptance test  Changing PLM User Landscape Product lifecycle management (PLM) originated decades ago in the discrete manufacturing area, and for quite a long period of time remained mainly as a solution for the upscale market in industries such as aerospace and automotive. However, recently PLM has become more approachable for smaller-sized businesses in more industries. It is not difficult to have this impression when you see increasing versions of PLM solutions targeting small and medium business (SMB) and Read More

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