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PTC Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part One
This was my third time attending the PTC Live Global (formerly PlanetPTC Live) conference, and by now I can say with some conviction that, compared to its large

visas and immigration  (workforce mobility and work visas), outsourcing (job losses to lower wage countries), and humongous imports of cheaper goods (resulting with trade deficits, etc.), globalization can also bring about opportunities. To achieve economies of scale, companies should leverage their product development investments by delivering their products to every available market. McKinsey & Co. predicts that by 2025 emerging markets will generate $30 trillion in annual consumption and 70 percent of demand will come from Read More
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The Human Capital Management Market-Hot, but also Overpopulated?
Many human capital management (HCM) vendors try to cover most of the bases through broader product suites. While there have been noticeable consolidation moves

visas and immigration  Human Capital Management Market-Hot, but also Overpopulated? Tactical and administrative human resources (HR) management is morphing into strategic human capital management (HCR). In the US, we live in a litigation-happy society that makes any company more likely to be sued by an employee than to be audited by the Internal Revenue Service ( IRS ). US regulatory requirements and corporate governance issues thus certainly vouch for the modestly increased demand for transactional HR systems that provide Read More
Enterprise Software Product Outsourcing: A Fresh Perspective for Mid-market Vendors
Creating outsourcing centers is a viable option for companies under pressure to develop quality products with tight time and budget restraints. Mid-market

visas and immigration  to apply for work visas to allow Indians to come to the US to work on specific projects. Then came the IT bubble burst of 20002001 and subsequently the 9/11. These two events changed everything. Due to the bubble burst, large investments in software projects slowed in US and 9/11 stopped flow of software professionals from India due to stricter legislation and security. Additionally, a number of these highly skilled professionals touting US corporate experience returned to India. At the same time, Indian Read More
Selecting Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance
ISO 26000 spells out best practices for corporate social responsibility (CSR). Are your enterprise systems, including ERP, capable of documenting CSR best

visas and immigration  Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance The UN Global Compact is an initiative supported by heads of state of more than 190 countries to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies, and to report on their implementation. It has been in existence since 2000.  Since 2005, The International Organization for Standards (ISO) has been working on a standard to provide guidelines for social responsibility. ISO 26000, which is targeted for publication in Septem Read More
Sage Analyst Day 2011: Not Your Older Brother’s Sage - Part 1
I often wonder how well-known is the fact that the Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)-based Sage Group, Plc (LSE: SGE) is a leading global provider of business management

visas and immigration  Analyst Day 2011: Not Your Older Brother’s Sage - Part 1 I often wonder how well-known is the fact that the Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)-based Sage Group, Plc (LSE: SGE) is a leading global provider of business management software and services to over 6.3 million  small and midsize enterprises (SMEs)  worldwide. After over 25 years in existence and with 13,400 employees worldwide, Sage reported US$2.24 billion in revenue in 2010, and the vendor touts its 28,000 business partners and 40,000 Read More
HR Compliance: 4 Things Your Company Can Do to Avoid a Lawsuit
Every so often we hear about companies being sued by their former employees for alleged unfair or illegal HR practices. Whether the claims relate to sexual

visas and immigration  Compliance: 4 Things Your Company Can Do to Avoid a Lawsuit The human resources (HR) departments of most organizations today have assumed more responsibilities, not the least of which is ensuring compliance with labor and employment regulations. These include having fair employment practices, ensuring workplace safety, and maintaining up-to-date records, among many others. And those businesses operating on a global scale must not only continuously review their practices, policies, and procedures for Read More
Leave No Farmer Behind
Insights on the evolving policies and socioeconomics of the two largest countries in the world--China and India--and the impact for global business.

visas and immigration  No Farmer Behind Liberalizing the Global Economies While the US sports our leave no children behind , which ultimately could impact US competitiveness, by making sure we educate our youth to a higher standard , Asia problems are more systemic. The economic engines on China and India that so dazzled and frighten the US have left the rural populaces out of the picture. In fact, rural citizens are literally willing to live on the streets of the big cities in order to get a crack at a job-any job-in Read More
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is not the only government regulation that enterprises must comply with. Several others make it imperative that appropriate enterprise

visas and immigration  Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg More Financial Reporting Compliance The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) might be only a tip of a compliance iceberg for many enterprises. Namely, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is another set of guidelines governing the financial statements of listed companies in Europe and other regions, which was introduced on January 1, 2005 (see Claudia Delto's 2005 article Checking It Twice—Basel II, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, International Fi Read More
Supply Chain Economy
The US Labor Department reported an increase in jobs in June and July ... but the manufacturing industry cut jobs for a third month in a row. We are moving

visas and immigration  Chain Economy Introduction Energy prices ... the Fed raising interest rates ... loss of manufacturing jobs ... addition of service jobs ... China ... changing demographics, etc.—these all play into the supply chain economic model. We decided to have speakers at our annual event that could discuss these issues and put them in context. But last week the Bureau of Labor Statistics published their August numbers and we thought we should write something for this week's magazine. Job count is up—but Read More
Predictive Analytics; the Future of Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) is evolving as it grows in popularity. Within BI, there is a shift from traditional analytics to predictive analytics, and predictive

visas and immigration  Analytics; the Future of Business Intelligence Introduction The market is witnessing an unprecedented shift in business intelligence (BI), largely because of technological innovation and increasing business needs. The latest shift in the BI market is the move from traditional analytics to predictive analytics. Although predictive analytics belongs to the BI family, it is emerging as a distinct new software sector. Analytical tools enable greater transparency, and can find and analyze past and Read More
Customer Relationship Management Strategies Part One: Changing Your Approach
Mid-sized companies have the agility of small businesses, and are resource-rich enough to handle CRM implementation. However, without comprehensive planning

visas and immigration  Relationship Management Strategies Part One: Changing Your Approach Introduction When most people think of enterprise systems they imagine huge racks of server, large memory banks, and an IT department of hundreds of employees or they picture project plans that can fill a three-ring binder and has implementation time that spans years. Customer relationship management (CRM) systems are thought to be the domain of large international corporations and considered overkill for mid-market companies. Noth Read More
Is Selling Software in China Really as Hard as It Seems?
You’re a North American software vendor. You’re considering setting up shop in China.  You know that the risks are formidable, but so are the potential rewards.

visas and immigration  buyer organization . Since visas for US travel are still somewhat difficult to obtain for Chinese nationals, the buyer saw this as a unique—and deal-making—opportunity. That’s arbitrage in action. The moral of the story: setting up shop in China is not without its challenges. But be careful not to assume that these challenges will scuttle all hopes of success. Those very challenges may in fact be the winning differentiation between you and your competitors. Read More
Business Intelligence: Its Ins and Outs
In today's highly competitive business climate, the quality and timeliness of business information for an organization is not only a choice between profit and

visas and immigration  Intelligence: Its Ins and Outs Originally published - January 10, 2005 Introduction Business intelligence (BI) is a big buzzword in today's IT world. It is a concept understood by some, but misunderstood by many. The purpose of this article is to clarify what BI is and to discuss its main components. It will also discuss why BI is drawing so much attention, even during this economic downturn, and why it is not only winning the hearts and minds of decision makers, but is also penetrating many Read More

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