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Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Five: More on ERP Evolution
If the ultimate objective is to win and retain customers, one must consider the entire chain, which includes traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) and

worldcom fraud  , Tyco , and WorldCom ) have additionally increased executives' focus on understanding and managing corporate performance. New disclosure rules are prompting companies to share information faster (for example, accelerated filing of 10Q quarterly statements and 10K annual reports, report sales of stock by executives (insider trading) within days of the transaction, expanded list of significant events to include changes in debt ratings, inclusion of financial results of partnerships in earnings reports, Read More
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ROI Systems Defies The Odds Through Delighted Customers Part Two: Market Impact
ROI's approach has always been to offer proven but not necessarily leading-edge product technology, which has allowed the vendor to provide its customers with

worldcom fraud  disgust with Enron and WorldCom fraud scandals. This is Part Two of a three-part note. Part One detailed recent announcements. Part Three will discuss Strengths, Challenges and make User Recommendations. Securing the Customer Base Thus, its very delighted customer base has become much more to the vendor than a pool of excellent references. Namely, without any unusual, fine print' contractual terms, ROI's typical days of sales outstanding (DSO) figure is at most the half of the industry average (i.e. 50 Read More
Financial Reporting, Planning, and Budgeting As Necessary Pieces of EPM Part One: Executive Summary
Enterprise performance management (EPM) is an emerging portfolio of applications and methodologies with business intelligence (BI) architectures and

worldcom fraud  , Tyco , and WorldCom ) have additionally increased executives' focus on understanding and managing corporate performance. New disclosure rules are prompting companies to share information faster (for example, accelerated filling of 10Q quarterly statements and 10K annual reports, report sales of stock by executives [insider trading] within days of the transaction, expanded list of significant events to include changes in debt ratings, inclusion of financial results of partnerships in earnings reports, Read More
Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools
Tools under the business intelligence (BI) umbrella combine to convert data into information, and information into decisions for action. Dashboards and

worldcom fraud  scandals (e.g., Enron and WorldCom ) or bioterrorism threats. These have increased executives' focus on understanding and managing corporate performance. One should also expect the future use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to further drive up the amount of data a business generates, and the importance of being able to report on and make sense out of that information (see RFID—A New Technology Set to Explode? ). BI tools have neither been terribly complex nor expensive to deploy (compared Read More
Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley
Compliance with the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (and a slew of other regulations) is crucial for all businesses, as failure to comply with the law’s strict standards

worldcom fraud  , Tyco , and MCI/Worldcom scandals of a few years ago, in which these companies were proven to have falsified their financial statements, have cost billions of dollars and devastated public trust in financial markets (see Claudia Delto's 2005 article Checking It Twice—Basel II, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, International Financial Reporting Standards ). These companies have especially hurt several million small investors by nearly wiping out the investors' pension plans. Much of the abuse that occurred at that Read More
CRM for the Finance and Banking Industry - Part 1
How many different systems does a bank employee use when changing a customer’s contact information? The last time I moved and had to change my address, the bank

worldcom fraud  for the Finance and Banking Industry - Part 1 How many different systems does a bank employee use when changing a customer’s contact information? The last time I moved and had to change my address, the bank employee used two systems, asked three or four of her co-workers for help, and took about 15 minutes to do it because the information from one system did not transfer right away to the other system. It goes without saying that this was not my best experience dealing with banks, but not the worst Read More
BI Principles for Another Kind of Intelligence
Traditional business intelligence (BI) and analytics applications aim to support the decision-making process of a company. By analyzing large amounts of data

worldcom fraud  Principles for Another Kind of Intelligence Traditional business intelligence (BI) and analytics applications aim to support the decision-making process of a company. By analyzing large amounts of data, most BI applications provide the means for making business-oriented decisions. This includes studying the data from the perspective of improving the business and generating more business. Most intelligence applications follow the same principle of collecting and organizing data, to gain an understanding Read More
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

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With Record Revenues, AXENT Puts Down a Solid Fist
Cybercrime and information security attacks are not going to go away. AXENT's three protection products, Intruder Alert, Raptor Firewall, and NetProwler contain

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Alibris Charged with Intercepting Email
Internet book dealer Alibris has agreed to pay a $250,000 fine after being charged with 10 counts of intercepting electronic communications.

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Logility Signs First ASP Deal with ebaseOne
Collaborative supply chain solution vendor, Logility, recently partnered with ebaseOne, which will use its ASP infrastructure to deploy Logility's supply chain

worldcom fraud  Edwards' partnership with MCI WorldCom for hosting services. The partnership with ebaseOne has at least one factor in its favor. Logility's Value Chain Solutions can deliver a competent solution with relatively little customization for companies with straightforward business processes and small, self-contained organizations. Such characteristics are typical for many small to mid-sized companies. A potential risk concerns ebaseOne, which has operated as an ASP for barely a quarter (since November 1999). Read More
SAS: Striving to Sustain Leadership
SAS Institute has been successful, moving beyond a business intelligence. Lately, it has lately focused on sustaining its technology leadership, expanding in

worldcom fraud  such as Enron and WorldCom. The threat of bioterrorism also demands that management be more knowledgeable in their business operations. Consequently, SAS has responded by launching a business practice to develop solutions designed specifically to address the challenges created by these and other new corporate compliance demands. It also had to further improve its financial analysis capabilities, which have, for some time, trailed with market penetration due to weaker positioning against best-of-breed Read More
Mail.com to Join the Microsoft Exchange 2000 ASP GoldRush
Through the

worldcom fraud  Mail.com has joined MCI WorldCom and Critical Path, United Messaging and numerous other ASPs in the outsourced mailbox count race. They all offer a Service Level Agreement, high levels of redundancy and strong technical expertise from an engineering perspective. They are all well funded, with MCI WorldCom and Critical Path having the advantage of a much greater level of corporate viability and longevity when compared and contrasted to startups such as United Messaging. While Mail.com has been around for Read More
Symix Sytems: Shifting SME's Focus to Their Customers
Symix is regarded as the originator of the extended ERP concept (CSRP), which has proven to be so attractive to mid-market enterprises that two other leading

worldcom fraud  Software, Keyfile Corp., MCI WorldCom) have led to a very broad product portfolio for Symix. Fig. 2 Vendor Challenges Symix's low market capitalization of approx. $80 million makes the Company a very attractive acquisition target, while its low available cash resources ($5 million) do not provide for any real expansion and/or defensive corporate initiatives. Symix's two-pronged product strategy (SyteLine and SyteCentre), although creating more opportunities in a short-term, inevitably creates some Read More

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