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Business Intelligence: Driving Better Business Performance for Companies with Changing Needs
When it comes to acquiring business intelligence, small to medium-sized companies are often at a disadvantage. Compared to larger companies, they may lack the

changing business processes  flexible to accommodate your changing business intelligence requirements thereby providing you with a growth path that leverages and strengthens your existing IT investments. Look for flexible business intelligence solutions that are easy to work with especially when adding new functionality or integrating with other applications. Simplicity, ease-of-integration and flexibility are Microsoft Dynamics NAV hallmarks. The product is based on Microsoft technology and works like and with other Microsoft Read More...
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The Practical Realities of Automating ETO Business Processes
Today, engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturers—also known as project-based manufacturers—experience significant market pressure across their sales, engineering

changing business processes  performance criteria and ever changing manufacturing assets. Unique ETO Challenges The primary challenge of ETO manufacturers is achieving an effective linkage between departments which traditionally operate independently-sales-engineering and engineering-manufacturing. In addition, many companies also struggle with multiple independent software systems, configurators, spreadsheets and homegrown tools across quotation, engineering and manufacturing processes. These tools are typically not integrated and Read More...
Business Rule Management: Accelerating the Process of Locating, Managing, and Leveraging Business Processes
Two indicators of a successful enterprise are its longevity and its ability to adapt to a constantly changing business environment. However, an enterprise’s

changing business processes  adapt to a constantly changing business environment. However, an enterprise’s business processes, including its analysis and management tools, often fail to keep up with those changes. Knowing how to modernize existing tools in order to prevent the loss of valuable data and application functions is essential—and not as difficult as it sounds. BEGINLYX Read More...
Why Are You Afraid of (Re) Defining Business Processes?
We all are—except consultants who praise the importance of business processes, but sometimes don’t practice what they preach. Business processes can be simply

changing business processes  when it comes to changing business processes. Time-consuming : Managers are afraid of changing business processes because when time is spent managing a team, a customer base, relations with providers, etc., (re)defining business processes is the last thing on a manager’s mind. Ironically, most managers understand that the “traditional” system in use will fail sooner or later. Since any initiative to change things will not get them anywhere, mostly because other decision makers may not buy in, they Read More...
Business Intelligence: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers
Despite significant investments in data collection and integration, few companies can redeploy accumulated data to drive business performance. To succeed, they

changing business processes  Internet and globalization are changing all the rules. 2.0 Simplicity and Relevance Research shows that effective BI implementations depend on tight collaboration between the business unit and the IT department. As a general rule, BI implementations are more successful when business units become knowledgeable about available technologies and capabilities, and then communicate their needs to IT. Likewise, the IT organization should strive to understand the strategic objectives of business unit leaders and Read More...
Making Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence
The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform

changing business processes  Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform. Collaborative BI has been hailed by many as the answer to the persistent problem that, despite increasing amounts of money being spent on BI, many organizations are failing to utilize reporting and analytics effectively. Read this white paper to learn the essential features of a Read More...
Orchestrate Your Business with Integrated Business Planning
Learn how your company can reap the financial and competitive rewards of ibp in ibp: redesigning planning for a more dynamic business.

changing business processes  Your Business with Integrated Business Planning If you haven't heard of integrated business planning (IBP), you're not alone—the terminology is relatively new. But it relates to a familiar objective: achieving more integrated, more accurate, and more effective planning across the entire organization. With IBP, planning from sales, manufacturing, logistics, marketing, and human resources (HR) is highly coordinated. Each department's plan becomes closely coupled to all the others, with a tight Read More...
Business Intelligence: the Definitive Guide for Midsize Organizations
Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze

changing business processes  Intelligence: the Definitive Guide for Midsize Organizations Business intelligence (BI) tools are now affordable for midsize companies, and accessible to non-technical business users. Managers can use BI to analyze complex information and support their decision-making processes—combining data from many sources into an integrated, up-to-date view. Find out what midsize companies need to know to select the right BI product, the right BI vendor, and the right approach to BI. Read More...
Business Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business?
Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT

changing business processes  Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business? Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT resources. But business continuity is more of a critical success factor than ever before. Customers won’t tolerate a lack of service availability. Midsize companies must find a way to ensure maximum business continuity, and reduce downtime—and costs. Learn more. Read More...
2012 Business Outcomes Study Report: People Intelligence Driving Business Results
Globally and across industries there is an increased interest in the relationship between quantifiable data on talent and business results. Most businesses do

changing business processes  Business Outcomes Study Report: People Intelligence Driving Business Results Globally and across industries there is an increased interest in the relationship between quantifiable data on talent and business results. Most businesses do capture talent data, and nearly half are making decisions based on that information. This report features several studies demonstrating how the people intelligence gained by organizations through assessment enables them to make better hiring and development decisions Read More...
Business Intelligence Buyer's Guide (Summary Edition)
This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems

changing business processes  Intelligence Buyer's Guide (Summary Edition) This buyer guide is for business owners, managers, decision makers, and anyone interested in learning about the deployment of business intelligence (BI) systems across large enterprises as well as small to medium businesses (SMBs). It presents a comprehensive view of the wide spectrum of BI software solutions currently available and investigates how they match different types of organizations according to size and need. Read More...
The Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence
If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a

changing business processes  Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a fundamental shortcoming in most BI tools today, as a single architecture cannot support the full range of BI functionality—leading to excessive costs, delays, and user dissatisfaction. Learn about a solution that covers the five different styles of BI functionality. Read More...
Crossing the Chasm between IT and Business Teams with New Approaches to Business Intelligence
For over a decade, organizations have struggled with a gap between IT and business due to shifts in perceptions of what business intelligence (BI) should be

changing business processes  the Chasm between IT and Business Teams with New Approaches to Business Intelligence For over a decade, organizations have struggled with a gap between IT and business due to shifts in perceptions of what business intelligence (BI) should be. Often, skilled IT workers get stuck in low-level reporting roles, while business workers can’t access and analyze information fast enough to make strategic decisions. This discussion with an industry technologist offers some ideas for bridging the Read More...
Logi 9 Business Intelligence Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

changing business processes  9 Business Intelligence Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to Read More...

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