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Not Small Change: World-class Financial Automation Delivers Dramatic Benefits
Automating finance processes@such as closing the books, reporting, and other labor-intensive processes@reduces finance costs. By streamlining financial

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The Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 3
Part 1 of this series established that service supply chains have many planning levels and time horizons, which can be roughly divided into the following

bwrs value chains guidebook  Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 3 Part 1 of this series  established that service  supply chains  have many planning levels and time horizons, which can be roughly divided into the following categories: the immediate period around the day of service, and  forecasting  and  planning for the day of service. My blog post then expanded on the various approaches to the challenges on the actual day of service. Part 2 delved more deeply into the intricate Read More...
The Reinvention of Software Vendors and End-User Value
Application vendors are focusing on their install base as their primary source of revenue while cutting costs to provide profitability.Most vendors will tell

bwrs value chains guidebook  Reinvention of Software Vendors and End-User Value Situation For public application software companies, the phrase, not meeting expectations is the most frequent comment heard by the investment community. In the last quarter, 14 publicly traded software companies have used this phrase in their reports to the market. In most cases, we hear them talking about reinventing themselves into a customer focused business model, a Love The Customer model. The stock market of the 90''s saw new accounts as a Read More...
Leveraging Value from SAP with IBM Cognos
Organizations may find it easy to accumulate data from their enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, but that information often remains unusable to decision

bwrs value chains guidebook  Value from SAP with IBM Cognos Organizations may find it easy to accumulate data from their enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, but that information often remains unusable to decision makers. A popular solution is to deploy automated tools for reporting, planning, and budgeting, as well as applications like business intelligence (BI) and performance management (PM). Find out how IBM Cognos BI and PM solutions work with SAP ERP systems. Read More...
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Guidebook
Whether yours is a large multinational organization, a midsize regional company, or anything in between, you should consider implementing bring your own device

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Product Lifecycle Management Proving Value at Heinz
In the mid-1990s Heinz was managing their product specifications, formulas, and quality information in the same manner as most companies. Their product

bwrs value chains guidebook  Lifecycle Management Proving Value at Heinz In the mid-1990s Heinz was managing their product specifications, formulas, and quality information in the same manner as most companies. Their product information was stored in a variety of disparate systems, spreadsheets, text documents, and paper forms. Learn how it was able to continually leverage product information across the entire life cycle. Read More...
Measuring the Business Value of IT Service
Written for the IT outsourcing community, this document describes an approach for measuring the business value of IT in order to focus service provision

bwrs value chains guidebook  the Business Value of IT Service Written for the IT outsourcing community, this document describes an approach for measuring the business value of IT in order to focus service provision activities on areas that are of priority to the client. It introduces a quality improvement process that can decrease the cost of service provisioning without impairing service quality. The intended audience includes those responsible for designing a solution, managers of an existing service, and people bidding Read More...
Supply Chains: Reinventions, Successes, and Failures
Reinventing the supply chain can increase a company''s value, or can in some extreme cases cause bankruptcy. Just a few case studies are enough to demonstrate

bwrs value chains guidebook  SCM,supply chain management,supply chain redesign,supply chain methodologies,lessons learned,JIT,just-in-time,total quality management,kaizen techniques,KPIs,key performance indicators Read More...
The Business Value of Business Intelligence
Now that technical aspects of delivering information to the business intelligence (BI) user community are understood, BI vendors are focused on market expansion

bwrs value chains guidebook  Business Value of Business Intelligence Now that technical aspects of delivering information to the business intelligence (BI) user community are understood, BI vendors are focused on market expansion through key initiatives, including advocating ‘BI for the masses.’ However promising expanded BI use may be, a careful and balanced discussion of the specific business and technical preconditions for capturing the business value of BI investments is needed. Read More...
The Business Value of BI with ERP
In the Aberdeen report. ERP and BI: Value through Actionable Intelligence, learn how best-in-class BI implementations can not only improve the fort...

bwrs value chains guidebook  Business Value of BI with ERP If you''re like most companies, you''re sitting on mountains of data. But achieving useful visibility from the data generated from your enterprise resource planning system (ERP) and connected applications is another matter entirely. Without proper integration of ERP with business intelligence (BI), you''re missing the critical value your data provides to your business—value that may core necessity for your business. In the Aberdeen report ERP and BI: Value through Read More...
Enhancing Your Customer’s Supply Chains
Manufacturers and retailers are increasingly expecting more from logistics service providers. As a logistics company, you need to streamline operations and

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Boutique Vendors Can Bring Big Value
What is a boutique vendor? It tends to be small and highly focused. It is typically very strong in its chosen area. It will often prove to be the solution

bwrs value chains guidebook  Vendors Can Bring Big Value What Is A Boutique Vendor? What is a boutique vendor? It tends to be small and highly focused. It is typically very strong in its chosen area. It will often prove to be the solution with the greatest source of value. These qualities make it worthwhile to expend the effort of looking at boutique vendors that focus on your situation. Defining Focus Focus is an overused term. Software and services vendors use it so much that it is often meaningless. Focus is not a Read More...
The Cha(lle)nging World of Value-added Resellers
In today''s cutthroat business environment, value-added reseller aspirants are seeing the need for faster deployment, improved systems quality, better cost

bwrs value chains guidebook  Cha(lle)nging World of Value-added Resellers Recent Events Summary The enterprise applications market continues to quake, thereby significantly reducing the number of independent software vendors (ISVs). Those who survive (and often thrive) have been devising strategies to penetrate new and uncharted markets, whether they are geographically remote, or within an esoteric industry, or both. For many reasons, these vendors tend to look for the help of a value-added reseller (VAR) or distributing channel Read More...
Research Note: CRM Technology Value Matrix-First Half 2012
Many companies are evaluating additions, upgrades, and changes to their core CRM solutions because of the innovations vendors are driving in areas such as

bwrs value chains guidebook  Note: CRM Technology Value Matrix-First Half 2012 Many companies are evaluating additions, upgrades, and changes to their core CRM solutions because of the innovations vendors are driving in areas such as social collaboration, mobile access, and analytics. In turn, vendors are accelerating the pace of upgrades and new functionality delivery. The Technology Value Matrix evaluates the usability and functionality of solutions that support sales, marketing, and customer service. Get details. Read More...
Who Could Object to Faster, More Responsive Supply Chains?
Today, global manufacturers have all but abandoned traditional vertical supply chain management to adopt the more flexible horizontal and virtual supply chain

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