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Embracing IT Innovation to Gain the Competitive Edge
Innovate with IT and gain the competitive edge. Download this whitepaper here! To stay competitive, companies need to change—and they need to embrace change. Companies in the supply chain need to look for new and better ways of retaining their competitive edge. A key factor in successfully overcoming this challenge is your IT infrastructure. Managing out the complexity in IT systems means your IT spend will be directed towards increased productivity, not system upkeep and maintenance. Find out how.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Innovation to Gain the Competitive Edge Embracing IT Innovation to Gain the Competitive Edge Source: ComActivity Australia Document Type: White Paper Description: To stay competitive, companies need to change—and they need to embrace change. Companies in the supply chain need to look for new and better ways of retaining their competitive edge. A key factor in successfully overcoming this challenge is your IT infrastructure. Managing out the complexity in IT systems means your IT spend will be directed
7/27/2009 12:30:00 AM

Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage
Can industry-leading practice be found in a commodity software package? If we accept that application software is a commodity, by definition, the answer is no. If a vendor claims industry-leading practice, then it is available to your competition. If we really want to have practices that lift us above the competition, it cannot be in a standard package. Where in the business do we need to be better than best practice?

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage Commodity Software, Best Practice and Competitive Advantage Olin Thompson - August 7, 2003 Read Comments Introduction If application software has become a commodity, how can a company be better than the competition? Commodity software means all or most of the products have the same functions. Since the vendors strive to provide best practice, practices based on the product will mean a company will have the same practices as their competitors. So, if both y
8/7/2003

How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage
Find out in Leveling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage Today, many businesses find they are under siege dealing with an explosion of data. Yet the best performing companies are mastering their data—and using it for competitive advantage. How are they able to accomplish this? What best practices, approaches, and technologies are they employing? Find out in Leveling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage . In this Economist Business
5/5/2011 11:05:00 AM

The Competitive Supply Chain
Streamlining your supply chain can boost revenue, reduce costs, and help grow your business. No matter what business you’re in, the days of managing your supply chain from the back office are over. Today’s successful companies understand that lean supply chains maximize revenue and help stimulate growth—and their top executives aren’t afraid to wield their supply chains like weapons.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: The Competitive Supply Chain The Competitive Supply Chain Source: IBS Document Type: White Paper Description: Streamlining your supply chain can boost revenue, reduce costs, and help grow your business. No matter what business you’re in, the days of managing your supply chain from the back office are over. Today’s successful companies understand that lean supply chains maximize revenue and help stimulate growth—and their top executives aren’t afraid to wield their supply chains like weapons. The
4/4/2007 2:19:00 PM

Warehousing Management: Yard Management, Competitive Analysis, and Challenges
The business remains challenging to even the most established vendors, since an intensifying product architecture rejuvenation and functional enhancements cycle, the pressure from the ERP intruders, and continued market consolidation exert fiscal pressure across the sector.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: One defined WMS Solutions. Competitive Analysis Update The sluggish economy has lately caught up with the otherwise resilient SCE market, and competition has intensified from many ERP vendors, particularly from tier one vendors like SAP, Oracle, Infor Global Solutions, Adonix, and SSA Global (see ERP Vendors Intrude on SCE/WMS Safe Haven ). Such vendors have been selling WMS solutions based on the same code base and data model as their flagship ERP solutions. Another challenge for SCE pure players has
8/31/2005

Levelling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage
Nearly all companies realize the way to gain a competitive advantage is to obtain better data, interpret them quickly, and distribute them in easier-to-use formats. But there are many obstacles to the effective use of data, resulting in unused corporate data in many companies. How are companies using information to beat their rivals and create a more level playing field? Find out how business practices are evolving to this end.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage Levelling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Nearly all companies realize the way to gain a competitive advantage is to obtain better data, interpret them quickly, and distribute them in easier-to-use formats. But there are many obstacles to the effective use of data, resulting in unused corporate data in many companies. How are companies using information to beat their rivals
3/21/2011 3:08:00 PM

Issues and Competitive Strategies For the Chemical Industry
Chemical manufacturers are faced with change at unprecedented levels. Some manufacturers are experiencing tremendous growth, while others are simply trying to keep their doors open. Regardless of current strengths and weaknesses, every company in the industry faces every type of operational pressure, and no company can afford to wait for the pace of change to slow before making key decisions.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Issues and Competitive Strategies For the Chemical Industry Issues and Competitive Strategies For the Chemical Industry Source: Aptean (CDC Software) Document Type: White Paper Description: Chemical manufacturers are faced with change at unprecedented levels. Some manufacturers are experiencing tremendous growth, while others are simply trying to keep their doors open. Regardless of current strengths and weaknesses, every company in the industry faces every type of operational pressure, and no company can
3/27/2007 10:45:00 AM

Turning Customer Experiences Into Competitive Edge: Nikon’s Journey to Leadership
Many of the familiar avenues for gaining a competitive edge, such as product innovation or speed-to-market, are not as effective as they once were. Customer experience is currently the prime battleground for advantage, and a company’s competitive edge now depends on delivering a consistent, satisfying customer experience. How do the leaders get it done?

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Turning Customer Experiences Into Competitive Edge: Nikon’s Journey to Leadership Turning Customer Experiences Into Competitive Edge: Nikon’s Journey to Leadership Source: RightNow Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Many of the familiar avenues for gaining a competitive edge, such as product innovation or speed-to-market, are not as effective as they once were. Customer experience is currently the prime battleground for advantage, and a company’s competitive edge now depends on
7/12/2006 5:21:00 PM

Customer Relationship Analysis Firm Extends Reach
thinkAnalytics signs a partnering agreement with one of the largest information technology services companies in North America. Why does CGI expect thinkAnalytics’ software to make a difference to its customers?

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Customer Relationship Analysis Firm Extends Reach Customer Relationship Analysis Firm Extends Reach D. Geller - September 22, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - September 22, 2000 Event Summary thinkAnalytics began life as a specialist using artificial intelligence to compress relational databases and for data mining. They became skilled at working with masses of data and embedding data analysis into traditional applications. Purchased by Gentia Software, an OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing) specialist, in
9/22/2000

Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis
Organizations today need to handle and manage increasingly large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Though the benefits to be gained from analysis of such big data are immense, so are the inherent challenges, including need for rapid analysis. In his article, TEC BI analyst Jorge García discusses how in-memory analytics helps address these challenges and reap the benefits hidden in big data.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: manner to confer a competitive advantage. For some organizations, the latency period—i.e., the time it takes for the data to be collected, analyzed, and available for decision making—needs to be very short. A way to solve the issue of processing vast amounts of structured and nonstructured data is to deploy a big data solution, such as a hadoop-based data solution, to manage big data scenarios, along with an in-memory database technology, which would allow for performing advanced analysis of
3/20/2012 10:25:00 AM

Bridging the CRM Analysis Gap
On any given day, your interactions with a few strategic customers will make a huge long-term difference. But which few customers? A new type of analytic application, customer value management (CVM), answers the need to identify, analyze, and predict customer behavior. Using CVM enables companies to shift from campaign-centric to customer-centric analysis, and develop more individualized and profitable customer relationships.

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: Bridging the CRM Analysis Gap Bridging the CRM Analysis Gap Source: Business Objects Document Type: White Paper Description: On any given day, your interactions with a few strategic customers will make a huge long-term difference. But which few customers? A new type of analytic application, customer value management (CVM), answers the need to identify, analyze, and predict customer behavior. Using CVM enables companies to shift from campaign-centric to customer-centric analysis, and develop more
2/7/2007 9:19:00 AM


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