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Business Solutions of the Future
The future is tomorrow’s present. Many have tried to predict it using silly or scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies)

what are the scientific methods  for the data, but what about its security? According to a study from Oracle, twenty percent of IT managers think that data security breaches will happen at their organizations in the next year. And the main threats are not from viruses and hackers, but mostly from inside the company. Do we need an occurrence of massive, worldwide data loss to learn from our mistakes (as we supposedly do now), during the economic downturn? Let’s say we store and secure the data—how do we access it? It doesn’t look Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Replenishment: What Is It exactly and Why Is It Important?
Replenishment is an area within operations where retailers can find a competitive edge. Excelling at replenishment enables implementation of promotional

what are the scientific methods  what has been sold? What if an item is going to be discontinued next month or just completed a major season such as candy corn in November - should replenishment blindly fill in again? The complexities of retail dictate that replenishment processes and solutions are more sophisticated than this initial definition. When looking at retail replenishment, a more appropriate definition would be acquiring product on a recurring basis to support anticipated need. Replenishment is also a process that occurs Read More...
An Update on Zilliant (and the B2B Pricing Market, in General)
In this good, bad, and arguably recovering economy, many companies are looking to their pricing strategies and practices as a way to improve profits without

what are the scientific methods  different vendors. Dear readers, what are your views, comments, opinions, etc. about Zilliant’s value proposition and about the pricing optimization software market in general? We would also be interested in your experiences with this nascent software category (if you are an existing user) or with your current (possibly ineffective) practices, and your general interest to evaluate pricing solutions as prospective customers. Read More...
Social Media in Your Supply Chain Keeps Everyone in the Loop
Social media is adding new value to cloud-based supply chain management for companies of all sizes. Internal social media (via Intranet) and external sites like

what are the scientific methods  of social media for what it calls multitier network visibility, which it says can expand your view of risks that may exist in the subtiers of your supply base… [by requesting that] your top-tier suppliers provide visibility into subtier suppliers ( source : SAP Supplier InfoNet Solution Brief [PDF download]). SAP InfoNet can also harness the power of social media in the form of a dynamic performance review process: SAP Supplier InfoNet collects and aggregates supplier performance information from Read More...
Advancing the Art of Pricing with Science
Companies in search of a better, more precise method to determine the best prices for their products and to meet their margins, should harness statistical

what are the scientific methods  pricing outcomes, and to what extent these deal circumstances allow for price differentiation. One well-understood method in business-to-consumer (B2C) industries is to survey customers and ask them to rank alternative offers, including alternatives of different prices. While this type of investigation (conjoint analysis) has been used with success in marketing research, it is expensive and time-consuming to design and undertake surveys. Also, because of the time and expense, results from such analyses Read More...
The Right Data at the Right Time
Among top-performing companies, nearly half deliver key information to business users when they need it in the moment. Get the details in this infographic from

what are the scientific methods  Real-time data, real-time data visibility, Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, Harvard Business Review, real-time supplier information, real-time employee information, real-time customer information, real-time product information Read More...
The Banking Industry: Planning the Road Ahead
Effective planning is integral to the success of a bank. It helps define and ensure the achievement of the organization’s objectives. Understanding and

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The Power to Get Sales Leads into the Hands of the Right Salespeople Quickly and Efficiently
Manufacturers and service companies are facing a blackhole in sales lead management: costing sales. By using a workflow for lead and opportunity management

what are the scientific methods  Power to Get Sales Leads into the Hands of the Right Salespeople Quickly and Efficiently Manufacturers and service companies are facing a blackhole in sales lead management: costing sales. By using a workflow for lead and opportunity management, that efficiently routing and tracking sales, sales efficiency will increase and produce a bigger pipeline, and more sales will be closed. Read More...
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 1: The News
Oracle seems to have been trying hard to find a magic formula to ramp up its declining applications revenue. Targeting the lower end of the market with the

what are the scientific methods  after the company announced somewhat disappointing results. On June 18, Oracle announced that Q4 2001 income was $855 million, an 8% decline compared to $925.9 million (excluding investment gains from sale of marketable securities) in Q4 2000, on revenue of $3.3 billion, which is a 3% decline compared to $3.4 billion a year ago. For the full fiscal 2001, however, net income (excluding investment gains from sale of marketable securities) increased 25% to $2.6 billion, while revenue increased 7% to $11 bill Read More...
Moving to the Cloud: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership
In Moving to the Cloud: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership, you'll learn about the hard and soft costs associated with both cloud-based and ...

what are the scientific methods  your organization. Find out what you need to know about the comparative costs of cloud versus on-premise software. Download your PDF copy of Moving to the Cloud: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership today. For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: +1 514-954-3665, ext.367. Special Offer Files 2011 Read More...
Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years

what are the scientific methods  Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client. Read More...
The SHL Talent Report: Big Data Insight and Analysis of the Global Workforce
There are a finite number of forces that influence business success. Most of these are driven by the abilities and motives of the people who make up our

what are the scientific methods  significant return. This is what SHL calls people intelligence. This report aims to provide a compass for organization's striving to improve their talent management initiatives. Read More...
Service Lifecycle Management - Tapping into the Value of the Product Aftermarket
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) addresses the full lifecycle of a product. The focus of most of the current PLM solutions, however, does not make the most

what are the scientific methods  as some call it. What are the features required from an enterprise solution to support an SLM initiative? The two primary capabilities required are Call Center and Field Service applications. These two categories of software provide support for capturing, or generating, the initial service request and managing it through completion all the way to the back office. In order to manage the total lifecycle of the service requirement in a continuous business process, integration between the Call Center and Read More...
The Ghost in the Machine: Where Has Process Automation Left the Consumer?
Business process automation is all very well and good. After all, nothing succeeds like success, especially automated success. But what is the effect of

what are the scientific methods  be worth looking at what lies beneath the outrage. It's fair to say that corporations are held to moral standards that simply do not have the same scope as those of ordinary human beings. Let's say, for example, that your neighbor cheats and lies as a matter of course. Do you phone the police? Write letters to the local newspaper? Form a coalition designed to protest your neighbor's right to exist? Probably not. In the real world, it's entirely possible that this man is also your brother-in-law. We're Read More...
Experiencing the Customer Experience: Listening to, Learning from, and Acting on the Voice of the Customer
To ensure a positive customer experience, companies must first learn what their customer values, and then determine how they are measuring up to those values

what are the scientific methods  let a customer know what became of his or her input (even if specific action was not taken), then you are building goodwill. Understand you customers' value drivers. It is not enough to provide customers with the goods and services they need. You must differentiate yourself from the competition. You must deliver a customer experience that is personally compelling to your customers. You must see value through their eyes, not necessarily yours. Finally, you must relentlessly strive to understand how your Read More...

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