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Process Improvement in ERP Implementations
Installing a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is both challenging and exciting. Yet many organizations do not recognize that one of the largest threats to such a project is a failure to focus on process improvement. If process change is not seen as a necessary element of the project, it will never be as successful as it should be.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE:   Business Performance Management (BPM),   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Project and Process Management,   Business Process Automation Related Industries:   Management of Companies and Enterprises Source: Elite Management Consulting Corporation Learn more about Elite Management Consulting Corporation Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation Sales Process Map 3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques Talent
11/29/2006 3:40:00 PM

Process Improvement and the Balanced Scorecard
Process improvement efforts often go hand in hand with a balanced scorecard (BSC). A BSC provides management with a set of key result indicators (KRI) to assess how the company is progressing toward strategic goals, such as “increase customer base.” For this type of goal, the KRI are tied to key performance indicators (KPIs). Explore how an application intelligence platform (AIP) can support a process improvement program.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Process Improvement and the Balanced Scorecard Process Improvement and the Balanced Scorecard Source: Axiom:1, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Process improvement efforts often go hand in hand with a balanced scorecard (BSC). A BSC provides management with a set of key result indicators (KRI) to assess how the company is progressing toward strategic goals, such as “increase customer base.” For this type of goal, the KRI are tied to key performance indicators (KPIs). Explore how an
10/12/2009 10:59:00 AM

What Makes Process Process?
The systems dealing with manufacturing, inventory, procurement, and customer order management systems are among the systems that often prove to be the hardest to acquire due to the unique issues of the process enterprise.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: What Makes Process Process? What Makes Process Process? Olin Thompson - March 21, 2008 Read Comments An enterprise resource planning (ERP) or supply chain management (SCM) solution has to be selected. The project holds significant value. One way not to deliver on that value is selecting a vendor whose product does not fit the needs of the business. This is common sense, but for process companies, it can be particularly challenging. Process companies, including food, chemical, pharmaceutical, forest
3/21/2008

Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement
Procurement: a Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement. Get Free Knowledge and Other Software to Define Your Diagnosis Related To a Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement. Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are significant—translating directly, with no dilution, into measurable, hard dollar profit increases.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Source: ICG Commerce Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are
5/2/2006 3:42:00 PM

Process ERP Market Loses PRISM and Protean
Wonderware is reducing the staff dedicated to the ex-Marcam PRISM and Protean products from approximately 400 to less than 100. They will also cease to offer these products, but have indicated a transition to a new product. What impact will this have on existing customers and the Process ERP marketplace?

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Process ERP Market Loses PRISM and Protean Process ERP Market Loses PRISM and Protean P. Catz - December 7, 2000 Read Comments P. Catz - December 7, 2000 Event Summary In early October Wonderware , a division of Invensys , announced to employees and customers that it was significantly cutting the headcount and discontinuing marketing and sales efforts for the PRISM and Protean product lines. These products, part of the acquisition of Marcam Corporation in 1999, address the ERP needs of process companies
12/7/2000

Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific RequirementsPart One: Introduction
As with any manufacturing operation, process manufacturing has special system requirements such as formulas, unit of measure conversions, and packaging recipes. However, within the realm of process manufacturing, specific industries have needs that are more critical than others. This article explores these critical needs for the food and beverage, chemical, and a hybrid industry -- textiles, so that you can focus on these requirements when evaluating enterprise-wide software.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part One: Introduction Process Manufacturing: Industry Specific Requirements Part One: Introduction Joseph J. Strub and Olin Thompson - May 26, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Traditionally, manufacturing is categorized by two methods: process and discrete. Many differences exist, but most can be grouped into two areas: those derived from material issues and those derived from production issues. Process materials are different than discrete materials.
5/26/2004

The Wizardry of Business Process Management – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
Tags: alan trefler , BPM , build for change , business process management , business process modeling , citibank , ECM , flowchart , gartner bpm summit , microsoft visio , pega , pegarules process commander , pegasystems , smartbpm , soa , wizard of oz , workflow Comments Alex Hankewicz on 5 June, 2009 at 7:38 am # Interesting article yet one of the lingering questions that arise from this article is : How does an IT Manager which is faced with a large workload, multiple project requests some driven exter

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04-06-2009

The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs
Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to evaluate, and its degree of match with company needs is visible from the beginning.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE:   Business Performance Management (BPM),   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Software Selection Related Industries:   Management of Companies and Enterprises Source: iLatina B2B Business Services Learn more about iLatina B2B Business Services Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation Sales Process Map The Importance of Data Representation: Best Practices in Creating a Usable Report 3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean
6/22/2006 3:29:00 PM

Enterprise Process Improvement (EPI) Software: Customer and Software Vendor Collaboration
Having just completed implementing your enterprise-wide software, you are about lean back, put your feet up on the desk, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Not so fast! While you were completing your implementation project, a new release of the software may have already hit the street or, for sure, there is one in the pipeline. Now you are faced with the decision as to if and when to take on the new release. Maybe now is the time to look at how a new class of software tools, enterprise process improvement (EPI), can assist you in the upgrade decision.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Enterprise Process Improvement (EPI) Software: Customer and Software Vendor Collaboration Enterprise Process Improvement (EPI) Software: Customer and Software Vendor Collaboration Joseph J. Strub - August 16, 2004 Read Comments Introduction So you have just completed implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package and you think you re set for the next five years—and I have a bridge in Brooklyn that I want to sell you. Once a year (or more frequently if you have really angered the
8/16/2004

Business Process Innovation
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.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE:   Business Performance Management (BPM),   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Source: Infor Learn more about Infor Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation Sales Process Map 3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Mobile Applications for Human Resources: The Future Is Here!
1/3/2007 4:14:00 PM

Achieving Compliant Manufacturing Excellence through Real-time Performance Management and Continuous Improvement
Life sciences manufacturers face new pressure on operations from many directions, including market needs, compliance requirements, and the transition to new IT technology. Many companies recognize that improving performance demands better sync with the plant floor and more accessible data. A real-time performance management solution can help drive excellence in manufacturing performance via better integration. Learn how.

BPM PROCESS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE: Achieving Compliant Manufacturing Excellence through Real-time Performance Management and Continuous Improvement Achieving Compliant Manufacturing Excellence through Real-time Performance Management and Continuous Improvement Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Life sciences manufacturers face new pressure on operations from many directions, including market needs, compliance requirements, and the transition to new IT technology. Many companies recognize that improving performance demands
1/19/2009 10:56:00 AM


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