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An Analyst's View of Process Industry SMB Challenges


Process manufacturing industries have distinct needs from an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Here’s an overview of what process manufacturing requires from an ERP solution, including business intelligence capabilities.

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The Wizardry of Business Process Management: Part 5


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The IT investments that have allowed firms in process industries to increase the efficiency of their operations and supply chains have also created vast stores of data. Unfortunately, many companies are still unable redeploy that data to drive innovation. Learn how the next generation of business intelligence (BI) tools can help your company gain a competitive advantage by harnessing the information IT systems generate.

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The Impact of IT Service on Business Process Management


There are potential benefits of operating business process management (BPM) side-by-side with business service management (BSM). BPM and BSM are emerging technologies: BPM is concerned with the orchestration and management of effective business processes, while BSM focuses on the operational effectiveness of the enabling IT services. These technologies are mutually beneficial to one another. This white paper is intended for managers interested in implementing robust BPM solutions in IT-dependent business scenarios or managers looking to lay down a basic foundation for effective on-demand utility computing. It addresses the partnership between Fuego and Proxima Technology, vendors in BPM and BSM solutions.

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Sales Tax and the Supply Chain: Avoiding Audit in High-Risk Areas


State sales tax revenue is second only to property tax as a source of revenue. And as states grow hungrier, they increase their audit scrutiny of high risk industries like manufacturing and distribution. For businesses providing products and services along the supply chain, sales tax audit risk isn’t always obvious, but, the transactions along the way can expose wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to audit risk. This Q&A reviews pressing questions of supply chain audit risk.

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Customer Process Management: The Real-time Enterprise Depends On the Merging of CPM and BPM


Customer-facing processes are challenging to manage because they are always changing. Conventional workflow automation and stand-alone business process management (BPM) technologies lack many critical components found in customer relationship management (CRM). However, converging BPM and CRM provides the responsiveness, cost-effectiveness, and manageability to achieve optimal results. The converged approach helps align priorities enterprise-wide, reduce risks, and unblock revenue growth potential.

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Business Process Management Lifecycle


Business process management (BPM) is being widely used across organizations to manage processes effectively and to accelerate business process improvement which increases value generation and sustains the market competitiveness of an organization. The objective of this whitepaper is to create awareness about various phases of the BPM lifecycle and to demonstrate how each phase helps organizations in realizing their business value.

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Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management


Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article discusses the differences between BPA and BPM vendors, and examines the benefits of each.

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Business Process Simulation Technology from Lanner


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Meeting Process Manufacturing Challenges Through More Potent Functionality


The process manufacturing market remains one of the most competitive and dynamic segments of manufacturing. Process manufacturers must evolve to meet the challenges of changing market demands, the increasing commoditization of products, and the volatility of pricing in energy and raw materials.

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In recent years, industry-leading companies have identified process innovation as a real competitive advantage, since outsourcing can provide “virtual scale” to companies of any size. While every company has examples of a select few projects or product launches that were stellar and considered best-in-class, what sets best-process companies apart from the rest is their continued business process innovation and scale.

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