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Human Capital Supply Chains: Book Review
“Goods are uniform and people are unique.” Too obvious? Maybe, but with the success that supply chain management (SCM) has brought to manufacturers, it’s time

will book  of the company’s “assets” will result in better visibility into the total cost of human capital.   A New Book for a New Strategy With the success that supply chain management (SCM) has brought to manufacturers, it’s time to apply the same philosophy to HCM. This “how to” handbook provides a concrete road map on how key players within an organization (HR managers, hiring managers, procurement officers, staffing suppliers, etc.) can work together to make human capital supply chain management Read More...
ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments
The ERP for Mill-based and Material Converting Environments knowledge base focuses on a range of industrial activities that add value to raw materials by processing them into a form suitable for fu...
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Bootcamp for the Pros; Why Ernst & Young Will Lead Security Auditing Standards
Original News & Educational ReviewCourse SummaryErnst & Young, has put together the quintessential course for security engineers looking to improve their

will book  Why Ernst & Young Will Lead Security Auditing Standards Featured Author -  Laura Taylor - January 19, 2002 Original News & Educational Review Course Summary Ernst & Young, has put together the quintessential course for security engineers looking to improve their ability to protect their organization's website, systems, and network. Dubbed eXtreme Hacking, and carrying a price tag of $5,000 a slot, this course is for anyone but hacks. With an impressive course book that fills a two-inch thick binder, Read More...
3 Ways You Will Overpay for Your Mobile Workforce Management Solution and 3 Strategies to Avoid It
The benefits of mobile workforce management solutions are well documented. So are the costs and risks. The goal of this e-book is to help service organizations

will book  Ways You Will Overpay for Your Mobile Workforce Management Solution and 3 Strategies to Avoid It The benefits of mobile workforce management solutions are well documented. So are the costs and risks. The goal of this e-book is to help service organizations and the individuals charged with deploying mobile workforce management solutions to recognize the cost and risk drivers, formulate a deployment strategy, and understand the solution architecture requirements. Download the e-book. Read More...
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book ExcerptPart One: Sales and Operations Planning
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta provides an overall understanding of how the system fits together to run a manufacturing or distribution

will book  a monthly forecast period will be used for further explanation. In a given month, an item may have a single forecast or multiple forecasts; multiple forecasts typically indicate weekly, intermittent or even daily demands that drive supply chain activities. Any sales order line item with a delivery date within the month consumes the sales forecasts within the month, starting with the earliest forecast and consuming forward. The sales forecasts within a given month can be over consumed; there is no Read More...
Will 2013 Be IBS’ Comeback Year? Part 2
In part 1 of this series, we took a look at IBS, some of the challenges the company was facing, and its software offerings for the business community. To

will book  Program . The program will target key SIs and ISVs in major markets focused around the IBS business verticals: wholesale and distribution, automotive, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals. IBS is focusing on growth markets in South America, Canada, Europe, Russia, Africa, Japan, and key Middle-Eastern countries where we have minimal channel conflict. We continue to have a long-term relationship with IBM and will leverage our partnership to expand our reach worldwide. Our current partners are located Read More...
MAPICS: Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough?
MAPICS has consistently scored above average in the following customer-service & support benchmarks: reliability, quality of support, vendor stability, ease of

will book  Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough? Vendor Summary MAPICS, Inc., headquartered in Atlanta, GA, is a leading global provider of enterprise business software for mid-size discrete and batch-process manufacturing enterprises and large corporate divisions. MAPICS revenues in fiscal 1998 were $130 million. IBM launched MAPICS II (Manufacturing Accounting and Production Information Control System) software in 1978. It was the first MRP system commercially available for manufacturing enterprises and Read More...
Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years?
Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future

will book  Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years? Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future promises to be simpler, more accessible, and easier to use, shaped by trends that only recently began taking hold. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert's take on what's next for ERP, in clear, easy-to-read language. Read More...
Will Your Commerce Platform Support Ongoing Business Growth?
Optimizing growth amid ongoing change puts special demands on a retailer’s multichannel commerce platform, particularly since digital commerce remains at the

will book  Your Commerce Platform Support Ongoing Business Growth? Optimizing growth amid ongoing change puts special demands on a retailer’s multichannel commerce platform, particularly since digital commerce remains at the cutting edge of retail. This white paper offers four critical capabilities for a commerce platform that can successfully “future-proof” your technology systems and your business, priming both for long-term growth. Read More...
“E.T.O. Phone Home”: Using Discrete ERP in an ETO Environment Will Leave You with an Out-of-this-world Experience
A brief journey of what functionality ERP engineer-to-order systems must support.Just like the mythical character in the film E.T., who was far from home in

will book  in an ETO Environment Will Leave You with an Out-of-this-world Experience A brief journey of what functionality ERP engineer-to-order systems must support. Just like the mythical character in the film E.T., who was far from home in an unfamiliar environment, companies that have years of experience working with a discrete ERP system sometimes feel that they are out of this world in trying to adapt the system to the unique elements  in the engineer-to-order (ETO) world.  In many respects, this is related Read More...
Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)?
On May 30, QAD reported financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2002. Although not quite turning the corner, the business seems to be stabilizing

will book  Get The Break (-Even)? Will QAD Finally Get The Break(-Even)? P.J. Jakovljevic - June 18, 2001 Event Summary On May 30, QAD Inc . (NASDAQ:QADI), a provider of enterprise applications for manufacturing and distributing organizations, reported revenue of $51.3 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2002 ended April 30, 2001, almost flat compared with $51.6 million a year ago (See Figure 1). The license revenue of $15.1 million was also flat compared to a year ago. The net loss of $1.7 million, however, Read More...
Will Servigistics Click on More Service Cylinders? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the rise and fall of erstwhile public software company Click Commerce based in Chicago, Illinois (US). At the end of the

will book  best)? Servigistics’ short-term priority will thus likely be in rationalizing the two SPP product lines it now has. This feat will take a while, and when done, the development priority might not necessarily be in investing in future development or advancing multiple product lines (i.e., one converged and two legacy products, since not all customers will migrate to the latest generation product). Contrary to that, without similar distractions, MCA can continue to invest in its core spare parts planning Read More...
Will the Real ERP Please Stand Up?
Scroll to bottom for contest details! Sometimes the software selection process reminds me of that children’s game, you know, the one where you blindfold the

will book  existing software vendor products will be summarily deleted. We’ll judge the entries based on originality, clarity, comprehensiveness, and possibly ingenuity. The winner will receive a $100 rebate on the purchase of any RFP template of your choice , and I’ll publish the winning entry in an upcoming blog post, complete with glowing praise. Contest ends November 3, 2008. Read More...
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part One: Event Summary
By recently acquiring ACCPAC International and Softline, the Sage Group continues to round out by annexation. It currently still has the largest geographic

will book  the enterprise applications market will not seemingly end soon, but some massive mountainous regions la Andes or the Alps seem to be forming. One would inevitably be Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ), following two major, well-publicized acquisitions in the early 2000s (see Microsoft Keeps on Rounding up Its Business Solutions ), while the Sage Group has been rounding out, also by annexation, its currently largest geographic coverage. To that end, in March, Best Software , Inc ., one of the leading Read More...
Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

will book  It Up in Volume? Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? R. Krause - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) may finally be able to break into Dell Computer Corporation's product line, according to sources quoted by Forbes.com. Reports indicate that Dell is negotiating to buy approximately 100,000 of AMD's upcoming Spitfire chip. Spitfire is expected to compete against Intel's Celeron chip, their low-end CPU. This report comes barely two months after CEO Read More...
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