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Rapid Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping
Having to install an entire suite of software before the strike of Y2K may have made rapid prototyping impractical. However, because we now have the luxury of taking on projects with narrower scopes and a return to popularity of the 'best of breed' solutions, rapid prototyping should be considered as a viable approach for implementation. Accordingly, it is important to understand what can make rapid prototype projects successful, thereby possibly enabling your organization to achieve expected results more quickly.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: project team, and the user community. These attributes include full accountability, environmental conditions, understanding the process, and user expectations. Knowing the impact of these attributes on a project can help you evaluate the effectiveness of rapid prototyping for your organization. Figure 1. Accountability Having someone in charge is important to any project but even more so with rapid prototyping. We are not talking about the project manager, who is responsible for executing and monitoring
11/1/2003

Application Program Interface (API)
Electronic document management systems (EDMSs) are used by companies to organize and streamline their document processes to increase productivity and efficiency. Integration between the EDMS and the customized software results in desirable improved efficiencies and savings. This integration can be accomplished using an application program interface (API) that comes along with the EDMS application. Find out how.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: Application Program Interface (API) Application Program Interface (API) Source: Cabinet NG (CNG) Document Type: White Paper Description: Electronic document management systems (EDMSs) are used by companies to organize and streamline their document processes to increase productivity and efficiency. Integration between the EDMS and the customized software results in desirable improved efficiencies and savings. This integration can be accomplished using an application program interface (API) that comes along
4/23/2009 4:48:00 PM

Excel Users Are “Doomed.” Long Live Excel User Interface » The TEC Blog
“Doomed.” Long Live Excel User Interface » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: excel, plm, product lifecycle management, Siemens PLM, Teamcenter, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
13-05-2010

Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface: IT Decision-maker Perception
Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface: IT Decision-maker Perception. Find RFP Templates and Other Solutions to Define Your Project Implementation In Relation To the Fluent User Interface. This white paper presents the results of a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft Corporation to help IT organizations considering adopting the 2007 Microsoft® Office system anticipate the impact of the new Microsoft Office Fluent™ user interface on their end users. The results are based on an online survey of 749 IT decision makers from companies piloting or deploying the 2007 Office system.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: new Microsoft Office Fluent™ user interface on their end users. The results are based on an online survey of 749 IT decision makers from companies piloting or deploying the 2007 Office system. Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface: IT Decision-maker Perception style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Office Application and Automation,   Office Productivity Suite,   Presentation,   Spreadsheet,   Wordprocessor Source: Microsoft Learn more about Microsoft
10/31/2008 11:47:00 AM

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User Recommendations for the Food and Beverage Industry
Software systems must be able to handle your business basics. A focus on the details is essential. Look meticulously for the fatal flaws. If you don't select a system that meets your detailed needs, it can be fatal.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: User Recommendations for the Food and Beverage Industry User Recommendations for the Food and Beverage Industry Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - November 9, 2006 Read Comments User Recommendations How can you get help as a prospective enterprise applications user? Well, other companies in your category which have been through an application software implementation have scars that can be valuable. Consultants that have real experience in your specific category should know the issues. Ask the vendors,
11/9/2006

Analyzing MAPICS Further Steps After FrontstepPart Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
MAPICS remains a stable company, with a strong financial position, depth of manufacturing knowledge, a strong customer service record, and a developed affiliate channel, which has also broadened its product offering. Combined respective MAPICS and Frontstep customers and partners should be encouraged by the progress of Frontstep’s assimilation. However, there will ultimately be inevitable rationalization within the maze of likely redundant product sets.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations Analyzing MAPICS Further Steps After Frontstep Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - October 15, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary For the last several months MAPICS has shown both the signs of significant changes and the persistence of a number of its historically recognizable invariant tenets of operation. Following the acquisition of its former competitor, Frontstep , (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ), MAPICS, Inc
10/15/2003

User Recommendations for Pricing Management
Price management might improve revenue (by a few percent) and gross margin (even by an umpteen percent), but the truly amazing benefits should only come when price management is integrated with appropriate cost information and demand management.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: User Recommendations for Pricing Management User Recommendations for Pricing Management Olin Thompson and PJ Jakovljevic - May 5, 2006 Read Comments What SAP Gets via Partnerships As explained in Applications Giants Bolster Their Pricing Management Capabilities in retail, pricing and profit optimization are analytic applications that analyze demand patterns and optimize pricing by each stock-keeping unit (SKU) by selling location in order to optimize revenue and gross margins. In a bid to meet the growing
5/5/2006

Oracle Renders Its PLM OutlinePart 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 Oracle workflow to third-party business applications and CAD/PLM interfaces.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Jim Brown and P.J. Jakovljevic - January 6, 2004 Read Comments 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
1/6/2004

Will Glovia Glow Again Through Its Hub And VARs?Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
While the Fujitsu/Glovia relationship has worked well in Japan, a difficult market for many other ERP vendors to penetrate, it may prove to be quite a different case in other markets. Further, until recently, Glovia’s middle and top management team had long been in a state of flux and often poached by recently higher-flying competitors in the markets it attempts to regain. Further, one cannot help feeling that Glovia’s knowledge of its target market has always been deeper than its market visibility and share.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations Will Glovia Glow Again Through Its Hub And VARs? Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - September 10, 2002 Read Comments Will Glovia Glow Again Through Its Hub And VARs? Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - September 10, 2002 Event Summary Glovia International , an e-business applications provider and a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) with headquarters in El Segundo, CA, has recently announced a number
9/10/2002

User Scalability for the Enterprise with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
The user scalability of your applications can be key to your organization’s success. Benchmark results show how a next-generation customer relationship management (CRM) system can meet the needs of an enterprise-level, mission-critical workload of 24,000 users while maintaining high performance response times. Learn how CRM can help you achieve a 360-degree customer view, adapt quickly to business change, and more.

USER INTERFACE PROTOTYPING: User Scalability for the Enterprise with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 User Scalability for the Enterprise with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Source: Microsoft Document Type: White Paper Description: The user scalability of your applications can be key to your organization’s success. Benchmark results show how a next-generation customer relationship management (CRM) system can meet the needs of an enterprise-level, mission-critical workload of 24,000 users while maintaining high performance response times.
7/17/2008 9:49:00 AM


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