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Protecting Critical Data
The first step in developing a tiered data storage strategy is to examine the types of information you store and the time required to restore the different data classes to full operation in the event of a disaster. Learn how in this white paper from Stonefly.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Protecting Critical Data Protecting Critical Data Source: Stonefly Document Type: White Paper Description: The first step in developing a tiered data storage strategy is to examine the types of information you store and the time required to restore the different data classes to full operation in the event of a disaster. Learn how in this white paper from Stonefly. Protecting Critical Data style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Data Warehousing,   Database
10/19/2011 6:48:00 PM

Critical Components of an E-PLM System
E-business has prompted a lot of vendors to move towards creating electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) suites. However, enterprise resource planning vendors with extensive e-commerce initiatives, development staffs, and renewed interest in PLM, are as likely to lead the way.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Critical Components of an E-PLM System Critical Components of an E-PLM System Michael Bittner - October 21, 2005 Read Comments Background Electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) is an evolving and collaborative application suite that is building steam and gaining momentum thanks to e-business. However, most traditional product data management (PDM), computer-aided design (CAD) integration, and project management vendors cannot yet offer a complete suite of applications to meet all e-business
10/21/2005

Building Critical Talent Pipelines
This white paper looks at building critical-talent pipelines and considers the processes of assessing internal and external talent pools; determining the gaps between available and needed talent; identifying the best strategies for developing and acquiring the talent to fill those gaps; and executing, monitoring, and refining pipeline strategies.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Building Critical Talent Pipelines Building Critical Talent Pipelines Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: This white paper looks at building critical-talent pipelines and considers the processes of assessing internal and external talent pools; determining the gaps between available and needed talent; identifying the best strategies for developing and acquiring the talent to fill those gaps; and executing, monitoring, and refining pipeline strategies. Building Critical Talent Pipelines
12/6/2012 9:14:00 AM

The Road to BI Success
Organizations are increasingly focused on business intelligence (BI) and analytics projects that help reduce costs or retain customers. But justifying the high cost of BI software will be challenging unless short-term benefits can be directly correlated with the investment and these projects can be executed within the long-term strategic plan of the company. Know the questions you need to pose for a successful BI strategy.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: The Road to BI Success The Road to BI Success Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Organizations are increasingly focused on business intelligence (BI) and analytics projects that help reduce costs or retain customers. But justifying the high cost of BI software will be challenging unless short-term benefits can be directly correlated with the investment and these projects can be executed within the long-term strategic plan of the company. Know the questions you need to pose for a
3/21/2011 12:01:00 PM

Success Story: Hindustan Lever
The markets served by Hindustan Lever Limited (HLL), India’s largest consumer goods company, require flexible planning, production, and distribution scenarios on the manufacturing side of operations. In 2000, HLL identified improved supply chain management as a critical business priority. It sought a solution that would increase supplier and distributor responsiveness, reduce inventory buffers, and optimize planning and scheduling.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: chain management as a critical business priority. It sought a solution that would increase supplier and distributor responsiveness, reduce inventory buffers, and optimize planning and scheduling. Success Story: Hindustan Lever style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Supply Chain Management (SCM),   Demand Management Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Merchant Wholesalers,   Durable Goods,   Management,   Scientific,   and Technical Consulting Services,
10/23/2006 6:06:00 PM

The Critical Path to Competitive Differentiation for Growing Companies
Today, companies of all sizes are using insight gained from business intelligence and analytics tools to...

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: The Critical Path to Competitive Differentiation for Growing Companies The Critical Path to Competitive Differentiation for Growing Companies Can small and midsized companies develop the kind of business insight that has traditionally profited only large corporations? The answer is yes. Today, companies of all sizes are using insight gained from business intelligence (BI) and analytics tools to improve customer service create new products and services optimize logistics and inventory management launch
3/31/2011 10:00:00 AM

Business Life Cycle Strategies for Success at Every Stage
Business is about the “survival of the fittest,” and in today’s competitive, global economy, businesses need to focus on market trends, and on how to better meet customer demands. A customer relationship management (CRM) solution helps manage, track, monitor, and analyze these customer trends for improved sales. It’s essential for businesses of all sizes—not only to succeed, but to survive.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Business Life Cycle Strategies for Success at Every Stage Business Life Cycle Strategies for Success at Every Stage Source: Sage Document Type: White Paper Description: Business is about the “survival of the fittest,” and in today’s competitive, global economy, businesses need to focus on market trends, and on how to better meet customer demands. A customer relationship management (CRM) solution helps manage, track, monitor, and analyze these customer trends for improved sales. It’s essential for
5/22/2007 3:27:00 PM

PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story
As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two manufacturing sites, 31 sales offices, and 17 databases.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story Source: QAD Document Type: Case Study Description: As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two
9/10/2007 4:42:00 PM

E-Business Customer Service Success at H.B. Fuller Company
Chemical company H.B. Fuller has leveraged the Internet to improve their level of customer service.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: value when usage reaches critical mass. Before HBFullerStore.com, nearly 80% of Customer Service Dept calls were non-revenue generating inquiries related to product information, order status, or MSDS requests. It is estimated that telephone and fax inquiries will decrease by 40-50% as a result of being resolved online, dramatically reducing the need for personnel and associated phone costs. For example, approximately 54,000 MSDS and TDS forms were mailed or faxed out to customers and distributors who
9/15/2001

Driving Your Web Site to Success
Thousands of new Web sites appear every day. Many of them, however, are destined to have limited impact on the businesses they represent. Yet there are businesses with Web sites that have transformed their operations by additional lead generation, customer satisfaction, or online sales. How can you differentiate your Web site and ensure it brings you a solid return on investment—and boosts your sales? Find out more.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Driving Your Web Site to Success Driving Your Web Site to Success Source: bwired Document Type: White Paper Description: Thousands of new Web sites appear every day. Many of them, however, are destined to have limited impact on the businesses they represent. Yet there are businesses with Web sites that have transformed their operations by additional lead generation, customer satisfaction, or online sales. How can you differentiate your Web site and ensure it brings you a solid return on investment—and
5/22/2009 8:23:00 AM

Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses?
There is a perception that if business users are given access to enterprise databases and raw query tools, they will create havoc in the system, which is a possibility—unless the business intelligence (BI) product developer understands the potential problem and addresses it as a business-critical factor.

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses? Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses? Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - July 15, 2005 Read Comments Direct Access Rather Than a DW for Mid-Market? For a long time, data warehousing used to be synonymous with business intelligence (BI), to the extent that there is a deep ingrained belief that BI cannot be conducted without a data warehouse (DW). Indeed, when companies are dealing with a deluge of
7/15/2005


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