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Lean Simplified: Part 1
Take advantage of expertise about lean manufacturing. With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it’s hard to know which resources are credible—much less understand the mounds of information. The first part of this series breaks down the definition of lean manufacturing into easy-to-digest concepts and shares the real-life example of a supplier of remanufactured solvents that is working toward the goal of lean. Get tips on how to determine what you need in your production operation and why.

W PART 10: Rework O = Overproduction W = Waiting (Idle Time) N = Non-Value Added Procedures T = Transportation I = Inventory M = Motion E = Employees Under Utilized Defects and rework is probably one of the most easily identifiable wastes because it s tangible; it s something people can see or feel. For example, defects and rework cause companies to spend time correcting mistakes in paperwork or fixing physical problems with machines, just to name a couple. Overproduction can point to the obvious waste: turning out
7/14/2009 11:53:00 AM

SAP Gives in to CRM (Part Time) Matrimony
On May 2, SAP AG, the leading provider of enterprise software applications, announced a strategic alliance with Nortel Networks to develop and integrate industry-specific CRM solutions.

W PART 10: Lawson, and Great Plains, who bundle other vendors products as a part of their overall solution, may get some vindication for their strategy. They have been lambasted so far from purist one-stop-shop suppliers like SAP and Oracle as well as from analysts. J.D. Edwards may still struggle to justify its need for almost a double-digit number of third party software alliances. The proverbial argument has been that integration of products from different vendors is difficult and expensive, therefore buying
5/31/2000

2007 October » The TEC Blog


W PART 10: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
31-10-2007

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 for most of the common CRM phraseology. Here, in alphabetical order, we continue the Lexicon of CRM

W PART 10: or metadata, to explain what kind of data is being passed (see the example provided in Part 2, under the definition for Metadata). It is being heralded as the EDI of the Internet, and the future of inter-database, inter-application, and inter-company communications. ZLE - Zero Latency Enterprise . The latest, new-fangled term to come from the consulting world. It represents the Enterprise that is so technologically enabled that information is instantly accessible to anyone who needs it (or has need of
11/2/2001

Performance Management Myths and Reality (Part Three of Three)
It has been estimated that two-thirds of all complex technology solutions, such as customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), and performance management result in less than successful outcomes. Implementing a complex technology-enabled performance management solution is a worthwhile, but significant challenge. That’s why the implementation of technology must be a small part of a larger change effort.

W PART 10: but significant challenge. That’s why the implementation of technology must be a small part of a larger change effort. Performance Management Myths and Reality (Part Three of Three) style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Human Capital Management (HCM),   Performance Management,   Personnel Management,   Management Practices Related Industries:   Information,   Professional,   Scientific,   and Technical Services Source: Performance Solutions Technology
4/18/2007 6:55:00 PM

The Changing Face of CRM » The TEC Blog
from social networking sites, wikis, blogs, community forums, and RSS content syndication. The use of CRM 2.0 requires a paradigm shift away from just implementing a customer centric business model, to engaging the customer. This engagement becomes an integral part to any line of business that can benefit from customer input—whether it be product design, research and development, procurement, etc. Therefore we can describe CRM 2.0 as both a business model and a strategic philosophy used to actively

W PART 10: CRM, CRM 2.0, customer relationship management, Frank Piller, Maximizer, Mitchell Tsang, NetSuite, on demand, outsourcing, Pivitol, SaaS, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
10-02-2009

Essential ERP – Current Market Trends – Part II
ERP applications are designed to optimize an organization’s underlying business processes — primarily accounting/financial, manufacturing, distribution, and human resources/payroll. This note identifies current trends in the ERP market that we believe are the direct consequence of vendors’ attempts to 1) resolve current ERP functional and/or technological deficiencies, and/or 2) expand software sales both within their existing and potential customer bases.

W PART 10: expand software sales both within their existing and potential customer bases, particularly in the lower-end of the market. About This Note The ERP Market Trends covered in the TEC Technology Note Essential ERP - Current Market Trends - Part I are: ERP Functional Scope Expansion Sharper Vertical Focus Flexibility Enabled by Adaptable Architecture The ERP Market Trends covered in this note are: Web- and E-commerce Enablement of ERP Systems Intensified Market Merger & Acquistion Activity Advent of
5/3/2000

Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One
We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the issue of completing the whole transaction—the complete solution—which is key to continued revenue growth.

W PART 10: Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One Ann Grackin - March 18, 2004 Read Comments Software Growth— Complete the Transaction! In our last article about growth we discussed why software companies don t grow. Supply Chain software growth strategies were discussed then in an overview format [1] . We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will
3/18/2004

2008 October » The TEC Blog


W PART 10: TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
08-10-2008

SAP Thrives On Competitors Plight, In Part
SAP announced upbeat results for Q2 2001 and reconfirmed the positive outlook for the rest of the year amid the bloodbath of many of its competitors. However, negative license revenue growth in the US, a likely cascading economic slowdown from the US to other markets, and net profit restatement owing to the investment in money burning Commerce One, may give rise to a careful scrutiny and moderate caution.

W PART 10: to be catching up with the functionality of niche specialists. The percentage of revenue coming from SCM (23%) and CRM (16%) speak in that regard - SAP is taking ever-bigger slices of the SCM and CRM pies. SAP and its peer Tier 1 ERP vendors might have a head start over niche vendors even if they are still not functionality on par - it may suffice to satisfy the critical majority of current business requirements now. Conversely, the CRM and SCM niche vendors current value proposition of uneasy
8/17/2001

Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article highlights FOSS fundamentals with the goal of adding clarity for the uninitiated.

W PART 10: of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends Josh Chalifour - December 31, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The first part of this article concerned the Free and open source software (FOSS) origin and rapid evolution as manifested in global customer demand trends. This second part reviews reasons behind why enterprise clients and government organizations generate this demand, as well as why software providers should
12/31/2005


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