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Business Intelligence (BI) as a Tool for Middle Management
For a full picture of the business environment and make the best decisions, middle managers must have access to business intelligence (BI). You can’t focus on

bi management  And you can—with a BI tool that’s easily accessible no matter where you reside in the enterprise, and that’s flexible enough to meet each department’s reporting needs. Read More
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BI on the Go . . . So, Who’s Using Mobile BI?
In this first of two posts, TEC senior BI and data management analyst Jorge García presents some of the main findings of the TEC 2014 mobile survey on the usage

bi management  Buyer's Guide on Mobile BI applications , we took the opportunity to survey users of mobile business intelligence (BI) applications and collect their impressions in regard to these tools. Most of the results of this survey with more than 250 respondents were captured in an Infographic . Additional information garnered from the survey, while not conclusive, may provide a glance into the sentiment of the respondents on their use of mobile BI applications. In this post, I’ll describe some of those Read More
Business Performance Management Basics: An Overview of Business Performance Management and Its Benefits to the Organization
Business performance management (BPM) includes setting key performance indicators, using data mining to discover data patterns and using software to help drive

bi management  For example, with traditional BI online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes, sales data can be reflected multidimensionally with rolling sales data over a three-year period. This, however, pales in comparison to dashboard functionality, which allows a sales manager to see up-to-date sales figures in real time, and to compare them against predefined metrics. The sales manager can then drill down on the data to access and analyze operational data in order to determine a plan of action. KPIs vary depending Read More
Project Portfolio Management for Service Organizations: Bridging the Gap between Project Management and Operations
There are two types of project portfolio management (PPM) solutions for professional services organizations (PSO). For smaller PSOs, best-of-breed vendors

bi management  the operational needs of billable services organizations and on the management of the internal and external resources that deliver service contracts. PPM Components for Service Organizations Beyond the core components of managing portfolios, projects, and resources, PPM solutions for PSOs have extended functionality to manage the bid-to-bill cycle, external resources, and client demands. Major ERP players entering this space are swapping their manufacturing and distribution components for portfolio and Read More
Business Intelligence and Data Management
The terms business intelligence (BI) and business performance management (BPM) are heard time and again, but what do they really mean for businesses? Getting

bi management  The terms business intelligence (BI) and business performance management (BPM) are heard time and again, but what do they really mean for businesses? Getting back to basics, both terms refer to the concept of using technology to Identify sales trends to develop sales strategies and to manage future sale Manage employee performance Identify quality issues on the shop floor Optimize business processes through the use of technology Forecast, budget, and plan within a process-centric environment Allow Read More
Capitalizing on Advanced Inventory Management
Today’s distributors have an opportunity to drive performance to new levels by investing in advanced inventory management. These companies can expect to

bi management  distribution managers with a big picture over operations while managing the full inventory lifecycle from sourcing to stocking to shipping. Advanced inventory management systems possess several core capabilities: Stock Level Calculation —This capability enables distributors to determine stock levels based on usage, ensuring they have the right product level on the shelf to match demand. Unlike the min/ max approach, it enables one to factor in seasonal considerations, location, speed of delivery, and Read More
Enterprise Content Management: It Is More Than Just Web Content Management
Enterprise content management (ECM) is moving beyond web content management. To meet enterprises' needs, large vendors are introducing scaled down versions

bi management  to be integrated with capabilities that cater to different business processes and applications, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM). This is being accomplished by introducing market standards such as Java Specification Requests (JSP) 168, a portlet specification for application program interfaces (API), and 170, a content repository API. Vendors that focus on full suites include EMC/Documentum , FileNet , IBM , and Interwoven . Segmenting the Current Read More
Knowledge Management: The Core of Service Resolution Management
Businesses today need to demonstrate their value to customers by making information that is relevant to them accessible. Hence the need for knowledge management

bi management  helps companies establish a bidirectional relationship with customers that rewards them for sharing knowledge (their product and service use experience), and not only for spending money. The latest generation of KM software makes this possible by enabling the company to combine what it knows about customers and what customers know about the company, and to offer this information as part of the resources available on its web site. As discussed in Making the First Call Count by Greg McFarlane, an astute KM Read More
Value Cycle Management: A Non-Linear Approach to Supply Chain Management
Companies are moving away from the linear production path of the supply chain to embrace value cycle management (VCM). VCM is the optimization of supply chain

bi management  Cycle Management: A Non-Linear Approach to Supply Chain Management Companies are moving away from the linear production path of the supply chain to embrace value cycle management (VCM). VCM is the optimization of supply chain functions across all levels of suppliers, partners, and customers through the integration, collaboration, and synchronization of technology, data, and people-centric processes. Learn how companies can employ VCM to make business processes smoother, more productive, and more Read More
Understanding BI: The Top 10 Business Questions That Drive Your BI Technology Requirements
Read this white paper to learn the questions you should be asking to determine your business intelligence technology requirements and better understand your BI

bi management  Questions That Drive Your BI Technology Requirements Read this white paper to learn the questions you should be asking to determine your business intelligence technology requirements and better understand your BI solution needs. Read More
DP&C SmartFleet for Supply Chain Management of Transportation Management Systems Certification Report
DP&C SmartFleet is TEC Certified for online evaluation of transportation management system (TMS) solutions in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Evaluation

bi management  C SmartFleet for Supply Chain Management of Transportation Management Systems Certification Report DP&C SmartFleet is TEC Certified for online evaluation of transportation management system (TMS) solutions in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, and in-depth Read More
Enter Enterprise Incentive Management and Incentive Compensation Management
Companies with large sales forces, huge product portfolios, and complex incentive plans with many variables need to offer variable pay. This has created

bi management  compensation plan components, for flexibility and change management supporting business units running on different fiscal calendars and in different currencies automating dispute resolution, providing for easy entry, research, and communication of compensation-related disputes In general, insurance, health care, financial services, and certain manufacturing companies (such as high tech) are prime users of full-blown EIM solutions. Large enterprises with several hundred sales employees use these systems Read More
Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Service: Simplify People Management and Build the Best Talent
In this white paper, the new challenges and opportunities that are facing modern HR organizations are discussed, and the technology innovations that Oracle has

bi management  Human Capital Management Cloud Service: Simplify People Management and Build the Best Talent In this white paper, the new challenges and opportunities that are facing modern HR organizations are discussed, and the technology innovations that Oracle has developed to address them. Streamlining core processes and developing a business-focused talent strategy as well as using the right technology can help you simplify managing your people and building the best talent. Read More
Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs
To ensure your warehouse management system is implemented as painlessly as possible, you must assess your warehouse situation before you decide on a warehouse

bi management  and the fast and big return on investment, you need to know what type of features and functionality you should look for in a warehouse management system. The bells and whistles of a system might look enticing, but what you ultimately need to do is determine your own needs. Using the Pareto Principle, where a minority of inputs yields the majority results, evaluating processes and personnel, and testing can help you assess what your needs are in a warehouse management system. This is Part Two of a Read More

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