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Walker Propelled by Winds of Change
Walker Interactive is putting itself through a transformation. Its goal is to bring integrated eBusiness to its very demanding customers.

very badly written recommendation letter  has carved out a very nice niche for itself as the financial backbone provider to the giants. Now it is altering its product line - dropping some products and developing a new architecture and positioning for the others - to carry its clients into the eCentury. With 80% of the world's data still estimated to reside on IBM mainframes, Walker doesn't seem to lack for business. Walker was incorporated in California in 1973, where it began and is still headquartered, and reincorporated in Delaware in 1992. Read More...
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Applying Lessons Learned in CRM Projects
The road to implementing customer relationship management (CRM) systems is fraught with risk and littered with failure. Paradoxically, reams have been written

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You Say RFI, I Say Riffy: Why You and Your Vendor Need to Speak the Same Language
When ideas fail, words come in very handy. - Johann Wolfgang von GoetheSoftware Selection PitfallsQuick, what’s the number-one pitfall of the software

very badly written recommendation letter  fail, words come in very handy. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Software Selection Pitfalls Quick, what’s the number-one pitfall of the software selection process? If you said “budget, buy-in, and boardroom politics,” you’re wrong. Because that’s three pitfalls. We’ll get into those another time. Miscommunication, on the other hand, will torpedo your software selection project faster than a Mark 46. Here’s a great example, from Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices , a TEC article by Olin Read More...
The Magic Is in the Screen
Projection is often seen as the big compromise: you must have either a very powerful and bright projector or a very dark room to achieve high-quality

very badly written recommendation letter  must have either a very powerful and bright projector or a very dark room to achieve high-quality, commercially acceptable images. However, many people don’t know that a revolutionary concept is now available—a screen technology that allows very high-quality projected images in brightly lit environments that removes the need for dark rooms or very expensive projectors. Read More...
6 Best Practices for Selecting ERP Software
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are large, and complex by nature, making them very difficult to evaluate and compare. So how do you select the ERP

very badly written recommendation letter  by nature, making them very difficult to evaluate and compare. So how do you select the ERP solution that’s best-suited to your firm? In this guide, Focus Experts Dana Craig, Jonathan Gross, Tim Hourigan, Michael Krigsman, Tom Rogers, Bob Swedroe, and Chintan Tyagi share their top 6 best practices for selecting ERP software. Read More...
Infor Releases Advanced Scheduling 5.5
The very first acquisitions by what is today Infor, former SCT Corp.’s process software division in 2002, continue to provide Infor with most competitive

very badly written recommendation letter  Advanced Scheduling 5.5 The very first acquisitions by what is today Infor , former SCT Corp. ’s process software division in 2002, continue to provide Infor with most competitive products that are being enhanced regularly. The vendor recently  announced the release of Infor Advanced Scheduling 5.5 to enable production schedule optimization for process and complex manufacturing . The product continues to provide an industry-specific differentiation for process manufacturers such as dairies, breweries, Read More...
The Anatomy of Retail Sourcing Processes
The most successful retailers are those that continually focus on driving the very best performance from each of their suppliers, and that work collaboratively

very badly written recommendation letter  focus on driving the very best performance from each supplier, and that work collaboratively to improve performance in areas such as on-time delivery, product quality, and regulatory compliance. How These Realities Affect Retailers To see how these realities affect retailers, consider a hypothetical garment retailer that has outlets in major cities across several continents—one that targets young shoppers by offering a full line of moderately priced clothing and accessories. Its stores are thus Read More...
Enhancing the Agility of Customer Information Systems in Utilities
Customer information system (CIS) projects in the utilities industry have earned a reputation for being disruptive to business, very expensive, and always

very badly written recommendation letter  being disruptive to business, very expensive, and always behind schedule. As a mission-critical cash register for utilities, it pays to examine CIS more closely. Learn about the perspectives on strategic CIS assessment frameworks and how a structured solution can help you improve the agility of CIS without a huge investment. Read More...
Managing Risks Associated with Outsourcing
Strategic cost reduction has been a focus area for financial institutions (FIs), with outsourcing emerging as a very attractive option lately. But outsourcing

very badly written recommendation letter  outsourcing emerging as a very attractive option lately. But outsourcing is fraught with risks. This article examines risks associated with outsourcing and offers perspectives on managing these risks. Read More...
Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions
Hype has been a major factor in the recent downfall of some of the enterprise application industry's most illustrious players. This article presents some very

very badly written recommendation letter  of quarters and whose very survival is at risk today are the same vendors who cut their prices far below profitable levels to win deals out of desperation because none of their other questionable selling tactics worked. (And they managed to convince those buyers they were getting a good deal.) Some vendors who claim hundreds or thousands of customers have trouble producing five good references when pressed by a prospective customer. By now we are familiar with how the Big Five and other consulting Read More...
How to Kill Your Software Selection Project in 10 Very Easy Steps
Want to join the ranks of the hapless and the crushed?Want to become an oft-cited statistic in software selection horror stories?Here’s how, in 10 easy

very badly written recommendation letter  Selection Project in 10 Very Easy Steps Want to join the ranks of the hapless and the crushed? Want to become an oft-cited statistic in software selection horror stories? Here’s how, in 10 easy steps. 1. Fail to get user buy-in. Users, bless their souls, just won’t use an application they don’t want to use. Especially if they feel it’s been foisted on them by a team who doesn’t understand their needs. The result? Workarounds. And a system that only works on paper. Getting user buy-in is crucial Read More...
Infor Decides on TDCI CPQ
At the Inforum 2013 user conference, Infor announced it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to acquire longstanding partner TDCI Inc. Financial

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KronosWorks 2010: Of Next-Gen User Experience & Workforce Mobility
Given our shared presence in the Boston metro area, I’ve had numerous contacts and interactions with Kronos Incorporated in the past, but this fall was my very

very badly written recommendation letter  this fall was my very first attendance of the vendor’s  annual user conference: KronosWorks 2010 . That attendance was a worthwhile use of my time and a great learning experience about the company and its customers. As some  background, here is Ventana Research ’s report from the previous conference, KronosWorks 2009 . Kronos is the global leader in workforce management (WFM) solutions that enable organizations to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity. Read More...
IBM's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost
IBM's four-CPU servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, yield top notch web-focused benchmark figures, but also very high price/performance figures for

very badly written recommendation letter  strength and stability are very good, and (with HP and possibly Compaq) is one of the few companies that offers a full set of products, from notebooks (and PDAs) through mainframes. Serviceability: IBM's systems are reliable, and the Light-Path Diagnostic panel provides useful information to both the user and service tech, leading to better and faster fault isolation and faster problem resolution. In summary, we believe the Netfinity series is reliable and serviceable. Product Challenges 5500 M20: Read More...
ECM vs. EIM
The IT industry is constructed of three-letter acronyms (TLAs). However, the total number of possible three-letter abbreviations using the 26 letters of the

very badly written recommendation letter  environment will help. Not very precisely (but practically), data is divided into structured data and unstructured data (for more information, see Wikipedia's entries on structured data and unstructured data ). Different types of management systems have different coverage of the two categories. For example, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems generally focus on structured transactional data. On the other hand, ECM systems have more focus on managing unstructured data (e.g., natural language text, Read More...

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