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Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often criticized for being complex and difficult to use@which puts up a barrier to receiving potential benefits

who criteria  should remain for those who want to use it. Affordance in ERP design As ERP begins to increasingly mimic the Web in its look, feel and in how it makes information available to users, the disciplines of Web site usability and ERP usability will begin to converge. One concept used in Web design that will become extremely important to those designing enterprise applications is the concept of affordance. Affordance involves using basic stimulus-response thinking in the design of objects, situations or Read More
Outsourcing, IT Infrastructure
The IT Infrastructure Outsourcing knowledge base focuses on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of information technology (IT) infrastructure. The typical type...
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Financial Reporting-Who Needs It?
Solid financial reporting applications are as different from run-of-the-mill reporting tools as financial accountancy is from bookkeeping. Organizations

who criteria  Reporting-Who Needs It? Solid financial reporting applications are as different from run-of-the-mill reporting tools as financial accountancy is from bookkeeping. Organizations routinely use common reporting tools to help with the technical processing of data (e.g., profit and loss reports, balance sheets, etc.) for the purpose of management accounting . And management can usually obtain whatever information they need for their internal decision making. But financial reporting tools can go beyond Read More
The Subjective Criteria of ERP Selection
I hope our readers, to greater or lesser degrees, are familiar with our business software selection methodology—as we have been writing a lot on this matter

who criteria  was written by programmers who presume users have a similar level of expertise (which is not realistic). As a result, the client’s personnel don’t express a necessary level for support of the new project. References. Another important set of questions is related to existing clients’ appraisal of the software vendor’s performance and how well the vendor delivered on promises made. Specifically, it’s nice to obtain references on the company’s general performance and the adequacy of the Read More
Criteria for Selecting a Software Estimation Tool
A plethora of software estimation tools are available, each claimed to be better than the others, thereby confusing prospective buyers. An effective tool ought

who criteria  pressure that the estimators, who are usually either project leaders or project managers, are under. The software estimation tool must facilitate picking data from a predefined list as much as possible so that estimators are not required to type the data inputs into the tool. It is also likely that projects in an organization are similar in nature, though certainly not identical. Therefore, the tool must also enable the ability to copy an existing estimate and to modify it to generate a new estimate. Read More
Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as

who criteria  the application does, but who the target market is and how current customers utilize the system. About this note: This is a two-part note. Part One discusses the decision factors in determining if an ASP application should be considered. This part details the criteria for making this decision. Decision Criteria    Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased generally depends on the same criteria as what would be used for outsourcing Read More
Who Needs Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Anyway?
What is EAM?As the acronym implies, EAM is used to manage assets in a company, which can be a module in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution or a

who criteria  from acquisition to obsolescence. Who Needs EAM? In order to understand who needs this type of system, the definition of  “asset” is required. According to businessdictionary.com , an “asset” is defined as “something valuable that an entity owns, benefits from, or has use of, in generating income.” This means that people and know-how can also be considered assets, but EAM manages physical (or tangible) assets, such as vehicles, machinery, buildings, etc. There are exceptions when Read More
Ross Systems - A Bright Spot On A Difficult Enterprise Application Landscape
Ross is among a very small group of vendors who have decided to build product exclusively for the process market. The resultant financial success should buy it

who criteria  small group of vendors who have decided to build product exclusively for the process market. This has resulted in a broad and deep set of functionality attuned to the needs of their target market. This strategy has also resulted in a team of long-term professionals who understand the needs of this market and how Ross can meet their needs. The Ross toolset has proven to be an advantage to both Ross and their customers. It has allowed them to transition to a browser-based product with the minimum of Read More
Dealership Management System: What Is It and Who Needs It?
What Is a DMS?When one talks about a DMS, people usually think about a document management system, a data management system, or even a destroyer mine

who criteria  What Is It and Who Needs It? What Is a DMS? When one talks about a DMS, people usually think about a document management system, a data management system, or even a destroyer mine sweeper. But very few people know that it’s also the acronym for “dealership management system,” which is a product or package of several products which is created specifically for the automotive industry. The core of any DMS is a system similar to enterprise resource planning (ERP), with, however, specific Read More
SAP Business All-in-One: Human Resources (HR) Competitor Analysis Report
This knowledge base on human resources management systems affords clients the opportunity to rapidly determine their criteria for management and employee

who criteria  Business All-in-One: Human Resources (HR) Competitor Analysis Report This knowledge base on human resources management systems affords clients the opportunity to rapidly determine their criteria for management and employee personnel tasks. Its extensive criteria include benefits and payroll management, employee self service, data warehousing, and health and safety requirements. Read More
Pivotal CRM : CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Competitor Analysis Report
This CRM knowledge base supports specialized criteria for groups engaged in the financial and insurance markets. In addition to many of the regular CRM features

who criteria  CRM : CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Competitor Analysis Report This CRM knowledge base supports specialized criteria for groups engaged in the financial and insurance markets. In addition to many of the regular CRM features, the knowledge base has a range of criteria for policy tracking, agency management, investment tracking, and other areas of concern to professional service automation (PSA) groups. Read More
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for

who criteria  Frequency Identification (RFID) Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID systems are used in different situations that require the tracking of unique items. RFID tags, in the context of enterprise resource planning and supply chain management, make items visible from manufacturing through distribution. RFID tags may be used to carry basic information Read More
EAM Selection Criteria: Focus on Usability
In selecting enterprise asset management (EAM) software, usability ought to be a major consideration in your decision. Download this white paper for expert

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Best Practices for User Provisioning Management
Organizations need to control who has access to enterprise resources, what level of access individuals have, and who is authorized to grant access. But you may

who criteria  Organizations need to control who has access to enterprise resources, what level of access individuals have, and who is authorized to grant access. But you may not know that identity management involves more than your organization s operations side—you must also align your infrastructure to maximize security. Find out key considerations and best practices for developing a user provisioning and access management strategy. Read More
Who Could Object to Faster, More Responsive Supply Chains?
Today, global manufacturers have all but abandoned traditional vertical supply chain management to adopt the more flexible horizontal and virtual supply chain

who criteria  solved the problem of who should design, plan, execute, monitor, and control supply chain activities. One often-cited example of vertical integration, as described in the APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) Learning System; Module One—Supply Chain Fundamentals (2007), is the automobile company built by Henry Ford, which often receives credit as being especially successful using this approach. In the early days of the automotive industry, Henry Ford pursued a strategy of owning and Read More
Who's Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 2: Traditional Solutions
Rather than leveling the playing field, traditional solutions, which are expensive, long-term oriented contract-based, have typically widened the gap between

who criteria  solutions offered by companies who actually take responsibility for transportation, warehousing, and order fulfillment. Categories of Services and Solutions The following table outlines these dimensions and the types of services offered in each category. The discussion that follows will address each of these categories and provide examples of traditional and/or e-gistics solution providers. Contractual approaches The problems noted in Part One are not new for most companies. Fortune 500 and other large Read More

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