Home
 > search far

Featured Documents related to »  young will


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

young will  Pros; Why Ernst & Young Will Lead Security Auditing Standards Bootcamp for the Pros; 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 Read More...

Cap Gemini Eyeing Ernst & Young Business Unit
French integrator Cap Gemini has announced that it may buy the business consulting division of Big 5 firm, Ernst & Young. The deal would create an $8.5 billion

young will  a competitor, Ernst & Young stands to avoid the kind of battle underway between Arthur Andersen and Andersen Consulting, the audit and consulting brethren of Andersen Worldwide. User Recommendations Thus far, there has been nothing more than talk about the sale. Clients in the U. S. that rely on E&Y for business services should have little cause for alarm if the proposed sale does occur. Cap Gemini is likely to avoid making rash structural or personnel changes to E&Y, seeking rather to align its U.S. 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...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » young will


Meiosis, Mitosis: Cap Gemini's Mating with Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young is on the verge of splitting its consultancy heritage (meiosis) and mating it with France's Cap Gemini's (mitosis). It is a leap of faith that

young will  the Cap Gemini/Ernst & Young genre. The most senior people from these companies will most likely be looking at creating something on their own within the next few years as they price themselves out of the market. If you are caught in one of these meiotic or mitosis situations, look carefully in case your service should suffer. You may see team changes you may not want. Make sure the team you are shown will be hanging around to complete your contract. Remember: losing and gaining genes will always breed a Read More...
Andersen/Enron Affair Precipitates
While the current focus of the public is on the future of Andersen and the entire accounting practice, the implications on the consulting industry will be deep

young will  Mating with Ernst & Young ) also said it would stop selling IT services to the companies it audits and will no longer act as both internal accountant and external auditor for a single customer. These moves came only a day after tormented Arthur Andersen said it would take preliminary steps to at least partially separate its own consulting business. A week earlier, the largest accounting firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) , said it would launch an IPO for its consulting division. The move is aimed at Read More...
Gen Y Talent: How to Attract and Retain the Young and the Restless
Because “Generation Y” will soon make up the bulk of the workforce, companies need to evolve their human resources (HR) programs and services to deliver to Gen

young will  Attract and Retain the Young and the Restless Because “Generation Y” will soon make up the bulk of the workforce, companies need to evolve their human resources (HR) programs and services to deliver to Gen Y, and focus on recruiting and retaining this next generation of workers. For HR programs to be successful, you need to know the issues surrounding Gen Y in the workplace, including why Gen Y behaves differently from Generation X and the Baby Boomers. Learn more. Read More...
RedPrairie and JDA Software Merger, Part Two: How Will it Work and What Should we Think?
On November 1, 2012, RedPrairie Corporation and JDA Software announced their merger. Under the terms of the agreement, the entities affiliated with RedPrairie

young will  and JDA Software Merger, Part Two: How Will it Work and What Should we Think? On November 1, 2012, RedPrairie Corporation and JDA Software announced their merger. Under the terms of the agreement, the entities affiliated with RedPrairie will effect a cash tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares of JDA common stock for $45 per share. My initial positive and negative thoughts on the merger were outlined in Part One of this blog series. Cynical and jaded market observers will see this merger Read More...
Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in 2 Years?
Find out in Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in 2 Years?

young will  Tech: Where Will ERP Be in 2 Years? ERP systems are changing. But how—and how will it impact your company? Find out in Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in 2 Years? In this executive brief, you'll learn about the major trends driving ERP innovation: cloud computing mobile access more intuitive and customizable user interfaces faster and more powerful built-in analytics simplified system architectures See where ERP is headed, and how it will affect your company's information management and decision Read More...
Will 2001 Be The Year Of Baan’s Miraculous Comeback? Definitely Maybe.
December 2000 was the month of increased press release activity at Baan. In 2001, will the market witness a remarkable comeback of this once almost written off

young will  2001 Be The Year Of Baan’s Miraculous Comeback? Definitely Maybe. Will 2001 Be The Year Of Baan's Miraculous Comeback? Definitely Maybe. P.J. Jakovljevic - January 26, 2001 Event Summary On December 15, 2000, Baan Company , once a leading enterprise applications vendor, announced it has signed contracts with more than 100 new customers around the world since being acquired by Invensys plc in August 2000. New customers include major aerospace organizations such as DARA in the UK (for more Read More...
Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains’ Insatiable Appetite?
Great Plains announced it intends to significantly expand its mid market e-business community through the acquisition of Solomon Software, its direct competitor

young will  Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains’ Insatiable Appetite? Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains' Insatiable Appetite? P.J. Jakovljevic - May 26, 2000 Event Summary On May 1, Great Plains announced it intends to significantly expand its mid market e-business community through the acquisition of Solomon Software, its direct competitor. The combined company, Great Plains, will have more than 130,000 customers, 2,200 team members and a worldwide network of 2,000 channel partners. Great Plains 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

young 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 kiddies and they take turns stabbing you the donkey with rusty tacks. Oh, sorry, wait, no, that’s the software demo process. More on that in a future blog post. Software selection, now, that reminds me of that other children’s game, the one where you play “who am I?” until your son punches you in the face. Read More...
Service Chain Information will Transform the Total Chain
Moving to a performance-based service business model will have huge implications for the whole value chain. Its principle is to manage for outcomes—procure

young will  Chain Information will Transform the Total Chain Introduction Spending time with very diverse sets of businesses—from Combatant Commanders in the military to a dishwasher repair business, the obvious facts continue to haunt me—and probably a huge amount of business people—is the lack of real information about what happens to products once they leave the manufacturer. From a hot bumpy ride (RFID sensors, anyone) to a lost shipment bound for Iraq, everything that happens has some kind of Read More...
Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan
Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However,

young will  - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys' Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 29, 2000 Executive Summary Baan Co. once a leading global provider of enterprise business software has gone from an independent force in the ERP market to being part of the Invensys Software Systems Division. It is not dead, as some feared would be the case by now, because it has begun to win new major contracts. Since the Read More...
i2 Will Come Out Ahead In Kmart Deal
While many retailers acquire advanced technology for their supply chains in order to stay ahead of competition, Kmart is doing it just to stay in business.

young will  Will Come Out Ahead In Kmart Deal i2 Will Come Out Ahead In Kmart Deal S. McVey - October 24, 2000 Event Summary During its recent Planet 2000 user conference, B2B supply chain collaboration software market leader i2 Technologies announced a deal with a venerated symbol of American discount retail, Kmart Corporation. i2 is vested with the task of transforming the retail company's inefficient fulfillment operations and enabling it to become a viable player in the Internet economy. By leveraging i2's Read More...
War Looms in the On-demand CRM Market (and Beyond)-But Will You Profit from It?
Salesforce.com is now an almost unstoppable force in the world of on-demand customer relationship management. However, it may be the architect of its own

young will  Looms in the On-demand CRM Market (and Beyond)-But Will You Profit from It? Salesforce.com: On-demand in Demand Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), sometimes informally referred to as SFDC, has come a long way since introducing its on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) service in February 2000. One of the keys to its success was its self-described guiding design principles for Salesforce.com's software as a service (SaaS)—see What Is Software as a Service? ), which will be referred to as service Read More...

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others