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Viador Teams With Business Objects
Viador Inc.™ announced it has completed the initial integration of Business Objects client/server and web-based products into the Viador E-Portal Suite™. Viador is expected to supply the ability to create personalized 'portlets', via their customization API’s, and Business Objects will supply their InfoView open portal initiative for business intelligence.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Viador Teams With Business Objects Viador Teams With Business Objects M. Reed - June 22, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - June 22, 2000 Event Summary Viador Inc. today announced it has completed the initial integration of Business Objects client/server and web-based products into the Viador E-Portal Suite. A technology alliance partnership agreement between Viador and Business Objects will permit both companies to jointly market their combined e-business portal solution, as part of the BusinessObjects
6/22/2000

Contextual Workflow Modeling
Contextual Workflow Modeling.Secure Documents and Other Software System to Use In Your System for Contextual Workflow Modeling. Activity-based workflow modeling (AWM) is a common and useful modeling technique, whose fundamental drawbacks limit its effectiveness in modeling complex, highly nuanced workflows. Contextual workflow modeling, a technology invented at Macronetics, overcomes the limitations of AWM.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: the hands of the business process architect, allowing him to capture nuances that are simply beyond the reach of AWM. As a bonus, workflow models in CWM tend to be streamlined, with the different action types organized logically according to their semantics. The rich semantic structure of CWM enhances comprehension of complex processes by giving analysts a top-level overview of a workflow and allowing them to drill down into particular areas of the workflow as necessary. Searches related to Contextual
1/19/2006 3:17:00 PM

Lotus Positions to Save Big Business
Lotus announced plans to produce knowledge management software that will help larger businesses become more competitive with smaller ones in the E-commerce marketplace.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Positions to Save Big Business Lotus Positions to Save Big Business D. Geller - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Lotus Development Corporation, a division of IBM (NYSE: IBM), has announced a forthcoming product that will serve as a knowledge manager for a company s Intranet, or for the Internet. Nicknamed Raven the product will provide a portal from which users can find information and applications on a given subject, locate experts on a particular subject, and organize tasks and projects.
10/26/1999

NetWare for Small Business – NetWhy?
Remember Novell? They’re a small Utah company that makes network software called NetWare, now aimed at small businesses. Sounds familiar?

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: NetWare for Small Business – NetWhy? NetWare for Small Business – NetWhy? C. McNulty - July 14, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - July 14, 2000 Event Summary PROVO, Utah - Demonstrating its continued commitment to the growing small business market, Novell, Inc. announced the Novell Small Business Suite 5.1. This suite delivers the reliability and scalability of Novell NetWare 5.1, the security and dependability of Novell NDS eDirectory services, and the manageability of Novell GroupWise 5.5-enabling
7/14/2000

Social Media and the Future of Business
The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business organization? How can they be used and leveraged? And why are they valued? This research paper answers these questions and more, concluding that a social media platform can be economically valuable to an organization only if it generates information that either improves the reliability of existing information or is new information. Learn more. Download now.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: and the Future of Business Social Media and the Future of Business Source: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business organization? How can they be used and leveraged? And why are they valued? This research paper answers these questions and more, concluding that a social media platform can be economically valuable to an organization only
8/4/2011 1:47:00 AM

Business Objects Teams With TopTier For Analytics
Business Objects and TopTier Software have teamed to provide a unified enterprise portal to unite ERP, CRM, and supply chain information with business intelligence. Given that the market for analytical applications is estimated to mushroom at a compound annual growth rate of 28 percent to more than $6 billion in 2004 (source: IDC), these vendors are in the right place at the right time (and so is everybody else).

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Business Objects Teams With TopTier For Analytics Business Objects Teams With TopTier For Analytics M. Reed - February 27, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - February 27, 2001 Event Summary Business Objects (NASDAQ: BOBJ) today announced support for TopTier Software s new Enterprise Unification Platform Version 4.0, an enterprise portal designed to unite enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer resource management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and e-business intelligence solutions. TopTier and
2/27/2001

Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment
Executives are placing greater demands on the finance department—and the chief financial officer (CFO) —to provide an accurate picture of the financial health of the enterprise, offer insight into how emerging shifts in key market factors will affect the organization, and establish timely scalable measures of corporate performance that align across functions. Learn how BI solutions can help finance departments deliver.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment Business Intelligence in the Corporate Finance Environment Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Executives are placing greater demands on the finance department—and the chief financial officer (CFO) —to provide an accurate picture of the financial health of the enterprise, offer insight into how emerging shifts in key market factors will affect the organization, and establish timely scalable measures of corporate performance
6/23/2010 2:21:00 PM

The Fatal Flaws for Process Manufacturers
Every piece of software you consider holds the potential for fatal flaws. Miss the fatal flaws and it is difficult to project what the future holds for you. Process manufacturers have greater odds of running into Fatal Flaws than other companies.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: your industry. Variations in business that may create fatal flaws may include items like: Specialty vs. commodity products Batch vs. continuous operations Industrial vs consumer market Natural resources as raw material vs. preprocessed materials Assembly vs. disassembly of raw materials into end products For each of these trade-offs, different potential fatal flaws exist. You need to seek out the fatal flaws that may lurk due to your business s specific needs. Ask others in the industry. Seek out
1/11/2003

Process vs Discrete ERP
When researching the right manufacturing software for your business, it is important to realize there is a difference between process and discrete software. A discrete software solution for a process manufacturing company will inevitably fall short, but after you identify your manufacturing operation and requirements, what is the next step? Learn about what guidelines to follow when viewing manufacturing software to ensure your company needs are addressed.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

The Next Wave of Online Business Innovation
The Web affects the way many industries do business. By using online booking systems and targeted Web marketing, airlines have undergone a paradigm shift in how they sell their service. Other industries have seen the Web’s impact on pricing, marketing, sales, and profitability. Learn about a Web service that can help your company better leverage the Web for a broader branding and marketing strategy.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Next Wave of Online Business Innovation The Next Wave of Online Business Innovation Source: bwired Document Type: White Paper Description: The Web affects the way many industries do business. By using online booking systems and targeted Web marketing, airlines have undergone a paradigm shift in how they sell their service. Other industries have seen the Web’s impact on pricing, marketing, sales, and profitability. Learn about a Web service that can help your company better leverage the Web for a
5/29/2009 9:14:00 AM

Business Process Automation
The speed of business today is growing exponentially. Consequently, organizations are generating incredible amounts of information around the clock. Yet vast percentages of this data remain unstructured, meaning that users cannot leverage it to deliver business efficiency or advantage. Learn how you can better manage and deploy information for operational productivity.

BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING EXAMPLES: Business Process Automation Business Process Automation Source: Aalpha Document Type: White Paper Description: The speed of business today is growing exponentially. Consequently, organizations are generating incredible amounts of information around the clock. Yet vast percentages of this data remain unstructured, meaning that users cannot leverage it to deliver business efficiency or advantage. Learn how you can better manage and deploy information for operational productivity. Business Process Automation
8/5/2008 3:05:00 PM


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