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WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami
Ready for another Internet Tsunami? Broadband and Wireless ubiquitous infrastructures are coming into place at a rapid rate. Digital Business Service Providers

access service providers  local and long distance access to its customers (this is a result of the 1996 Telecommunications Act which effectively deregulated the industry). DBSP''s Benefit What has this to do with Digital Business Service Providers (DBSP)? Plenty. DBSPs in all sized markets can benefit from this, particularly in such verticals as agriculture, mining, forestry, and related industries. The expansion also means keeping the likes of AOL happy. AOL is MCI WorldCom''s single largest customer, and the Time Warner merger Read More
Best Practices for Transporters and 3PL Service Providers
The business of transporting goods is risky, complex, and effort-intensive. Despite the continuing rise in fuel prices, employee salaries, and other overhead

access service providers  of these organizations have access to perform everyday transactions. Best practices related to goods transportation can be divided into six parts: 1) supply chain management (SCM), 2) billing management, 3) key performance areas measurement (KPAM) management, 4) key account management, 5) quotation management, and 6) fleet management. 1. Supply Chain Management Transporters need to understand their clients’ requirements and to be an integral part of their clients’ supply chains. They should help Read More
What Is Software as a Service?
Though born from the ashes of traditional hosting models, software as a service differs fundamentally from its predecessors. Its software is designed to be

access service providers  dynamic integration and secure access to multiple application modules, with minimal customization of the application''s core logic. For the time being, the hosted software service business model still applies best to applications that can be run in isolation or with limited, less involved interfaces to third party applications. This may make SaaS compelling, because it has lower entry costs, and if the company does not realize value from the software, it can always stop using it (and stop paying for it). Read More
A New Model for Evaluating Third Party Logistics Providers: Enter Service Oriented Architecture
Third-party logistic (3PL) providers are under pressure to keep costs low, expand services and capitalize on evolving supply chain management technology. As

access service providers  supply chain capabilities Global access and deployment Leading-edge technology Supply chain service integration, visibility, flexibility, and scalability Business process management and innovation Support for collaboration initiatives Financial strength Enter SOA: 3PL Technologies Need To Be Evaluated Against an SOA Blueprint Service oriented architecture (SOA), in its simplest form, is an approach to managing business tasks and business processes made available from different software packages for Read More
Digital Business Service Providers Series: Market Overview
Today’s Digital Business Service Provider (DBSP) market is a complex of interrelated services and provider capabilities. This article traces the history of the

access service providers  networks and free public access ramps. The release of the worm sent shivers around the net, and the Internet security industry was born. In 1990, ARPANET was suddenly released from its Cold War cage, to form the backbone of the new Internet. In 1991, Tim Berners-Lee, working at CERN in Switzerland Launched the first prototype of the World Wide Web. Marc Andreesen and a group of student programmers at the University of Illinois developed MOSAIC , the first graphical browser and the forerunner for Netscape Read More
4 Steps to Choosing the Right Device for Field Service Mobility
Choosing the right device for field service management needs is not easy. This white paper will guide you through the different factors, including your

access service providers  Steps to Choosing the Right Device for Field Service Mobility Choosing the right device for field service management needs is not easy. This white paper will guide you through the different factors, including your organization’s technology outlook, how a customer’s perceptions of you might be affected by the device, and how the hardware features make your employees more efficient. Know the four steps to consider for choosing the right device for your field service mobility needs. Read More
Service Performance Insight
Service Performance Insight (SPI Research) provides research, consulting, training, and business planning to professional service organizations (PSOs).

access service providers  Performance Insight Service Performance Insight (SPI Research) provides research, consulting, training, and business planning to professional service organizations (PSOs). Read More
Customizing Agile for a Service Business
The common agile processes such as Scrum require some customization to function in a service business, where real-time estimates, hard due dates, and hourly

access service providers  Agile for a Service Business The common agile processes such as Scrum require some customization to function in a service business, where real-time estimates, hard due dates, and hourly billing are the norm. This case study examines how Vanteon customized its agile process to fit its business model while maintaining the flexibility and transparency normally associated with agile development. Read More
Reverse Logistics for Service
Reverse logistics management for service requires specialized software that accounts for many transactions and processes unique to installed base support. By

access service providers  Logistics for Service Reverse logistics management for service requires specialized software that accounts for many transactions and processes unique to installed base support. By implementing a configurable solution that automates the end-to-end reverse logistics cycle, service organizations can increase productivity, improve the customer experience, and significantly reduce costs. Find out more. Read More
Transform Your Service Organization into a Performance-driven Leader
Performance management is key in service optimization. Without the ability to measure the business value of your actions, you are essentially driving blind, not

access service providers  Your Service Organization into a Performance-driven Leader Performance management is key in service optimization. Without the ability to measure the business value of your actions, you are essentially driving blind, not knowing whether your decisions are taking you in the right direction. Measurement, however, is only as useful as your ability to translate it into action. See how to enact change throughout your organization via the agility of your solution and the processes to tie everything Read More
Market Landscape Report: Field Service Management
If you have a mobile, customer-facing workforce, you need field service management (FSM) software. An FSM solution provides essential functionality—from

access service providers  Landscape Report: Field Service Management If you have a mobile, customer-facing workforce, you need field service management (FSM) software. An FSM solution provides essential functionality—from planning and scheduling to work order management, to customer engagement—that’s missing from most ERP and CRM systems. Get a comprehensive overview of the FSM space, and learn about key functionality, major vendors, and the latest market trends in this market landscape report. Read More
Epicor for Service Enterprises
Epicor for Service Enterprises is an intuitive and comprehensive enterprise service automation (ESA) solution. It manages and streamlines virtually every

access service providers  for Service Enterprises Epicor for Service Enterprises is an intuitive and comprehensive enterprise service automation (ESA) solution. It manages and streamlines virtually every aspect of your service organization—from bid management, engagement delivery, and resource management, to project accounting, portfolio management, and beyond—all within a single solution. Introduced in June 2003, Epicor for Service Enterprises builds on an Epicor investment in professional services automation (PSA) and Read More
Understanding Service-oriented Architecture and Its Impact on Small Manufacturers
Within the manufacturing community, the arrival of the latest, greatest enterprise software technology is often met with skepticism. The right service-oriented

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