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Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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Unified Planning and Consolidation
Executive teams are under great pressure to maximize profitability, reduce costs, minimize risk, and improve stakeholder confidence. To be effective, they need

department planning  Planning and Budgeting | Department Planning | Budgeting and Forecasting | Sarbanes-Oxley ACT for Consolidating and Reporting Company Information | Unified Planning and Consolidation White Papers | Budgeting and Forecasting Software | SAP Epm Solution | SAP Businessobjects Epm Solutions | Budget Planning Software | Business Strategic Planning | Business Planning Software | Financial Analysis and Planning | Driving Financial and Operational Performance | Business Management Planning | Financial Planning Read More...
How to Evaluate a Sales and Operation Planning System
The features available in today’s sales and operations planning (SOP) systems make these systems indispensable assets for an organization. Reporting tools and

department planning  profits. A successful SOP department harmonizes the different beats of each division into an agreeable melody. It is definitely a challenge to find an effective tool that can merge the data from different systems to create a coherent picture of the organization. An SOP system is used by the most important departments of an organization: finance, sales, marketing, and operations. This is why a powerful SOP system can make the difference between the success and failure of an SOP cycle. SOP systems are very Read More...
4 Steps to Successful Succession Development Planning
So you’ve determined that you need to develop a succession planning strategy in anticipation of the retirement of key personnel. Now what? How do you identify

department planning  The human resources (HR) department needs to also be involved in this process in order to help properly develop and execute the promotion of the organization’s talent. Key employees need to have a clear view of their career paths and the roles they are being developed to fulfill. This will lead to increased employee engagement, as they’ll appreciate the time, attention, and development that you are investing in them. They will also be more motivated, as they will have a clear career path for their Read More...
Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting Software Evaluation and Selection Guide
Enterprise planning@budgeting, forecasting, and reporting@is a crucial component of financial management that contributes to companies’ success. However

department planning  their responsibility to engage department managers in the planning process, finance professionals must clearly communicate corporate strategic plans to those who run the business day-to-day. Finance can help translate strategic goals into financial targets and—in turn—into specific departmental plans and related revenue- and expense drivers, such as headcount and equipment. By translating strategic goals into operational plans, and by tracking and measuring performance against plan, leading companies Read More...
Reduce the Pain of ERP Upgrades with Better Planning
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems now support many organizations’ most important business processes, and house their most sensitive corporate data. As

department planning  lap of the IT department will increase the risk of business disruption and jeopardize the expected benefits. Planning Determine what organizational changes, business process improvements, and technology updates are in scope for the project. Evaluate the existing application portfolio to determine if there are any existing applications that can be eliminated or replaced by functionality in the ERP system. Create a formal project plan and establish an upgrade project team. Identify and secure any necessary Read More...
Leverage ERP for Sales and Operations Planning
Sales and operations planning (S&OP) is a practical way to streamline manufacturing operations. With a disjointed view of your company’s departments, it’s

department planning  view of your company’s departments, it’s impossible to make decisions about where to allocate resources or which parts of the company have excess capacity. S&OP helps fix this by delivering one set of numbers from one planning period to the next, and allows you to track your effort over time. Learn more. Read More...
Essentus Vision Planning
Essentus Vision Planning brings a tightness and flexibility to retail planning operations. One system integrating merchandise and financial planning

department planning  Vision Planning Essentus Vision Planning brings a tightness and flexibility to retail planning operations. One system integrating merchandise and financial planning, with an additional assortment planning module, Vision Planning gives the depth and flexibility to maximize your assortments. Read More...
Logility Collaborative Planning Solutions Offer Sound Proposition
Collaborative planning for businesses carries great potential for reducing the hidden costs that inevitably result from poor planning and limited visibility

department planning  Collaborative Planning Solutions Offer Sound Proposition Logility Collaborative Planning Solutions Offer Sound Proposition S. McVey - July 17, 2000 Product Background Atlanta-based Logility describes itself as the leader in B2B collaborative commerce solutions via the Internet. Though all vendors take great pains to position themselves as leaders in something, Logility''s claim goes beyond a skillfully crafted marketing blurb. Logility traces its lineage as a provider of collaborative software to Read More...
2011 Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) automates many aspects of an organization’s operations, cascading across traditional boundaries of operations, finance

department planning  Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Enterprise resource planning (ERP) automates many aspects of an organization’s operations, cascading across traditional boundaries of operations, finance, manufacturing, and more. As such, changes in the ERP market can cause a ripple effect in an organization’s business. In this report, five Focus experts share eight of their 2011 predictions for ERP, so you can plan your business around these changing tides and trends. Read More...
The CEO’s Guide to Succession Planning: Managing Risk & Ensuring Business Continuity
To effectively transform succession planning from a manual, paper-based process to one that is systematic and technology-enabled, CEOs must focus on laying a

department planning  CEO’s Guide to Succession Planning: Managing Risk & Ensuring Business Continuity To effectively transform succession planning from a manual, paper-based process to one that is systematic and technology-enabled, CEOs must focus on laying a solid foundation supported by strong executive leadership. Read this CEO guide to get five key tips to jump-start your succession planning efforts to better manage risk and ensure business continuity and to know how a strong succession strategy can impact your Read More...
SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation
The SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation application can help unify and streamline the planning, budgeting, and forecasting process, and can enable

department planning  BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation The SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation application can help unify and streamline the planning, budgeting, and forecasting process, and can enable a faster close. Finance-owned and maintained, the application unifies planning, financial consolidation, and management reporting for the enterprise-which can improve budget cycle times, drive compliance with regulatory and financial standards, help reduce external audit costs, instill confidence, and Read More...
Case Study: U.S. Department of Agriculture
In 2004, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was using seven separate systems to manage training for nearly 140,000 employees worldwide. Learn how the

department planning  Study: U.S. Department of Agriculture In 2004, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was using seven separate systems to manage training for nearly 140,000 employees worldwide. Learn how the department decreased training costs by implementing a single learning management system (LMS) for all USDA training—including mandatory, mission specific ,and discretionary training, and additional training for USDA’s 29 agencies and staff offices. Read More...
Global Planning Survey: Operations and Strategy-Who Wins?
Companies still struggle to close the gap between strategy and day-to-day operational decisions, particularly when they over-complicate planning with practices

department planning  Planning Survey: Operations and Strategy-Who Wins? Companies still struggle to close the gap between strategy and day-to-day operational decisions, particularly when they over-complicate planning with practices delving too deeply into their business. A key issue is thus the consolidation of actuals into planning, and the visibility of details for specific plans and assumptions. This points to a need for more strategically aligned “planning and performance” approaches. Read More...
The Evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning Includes Service Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors have extended their functionality to service vertical markets in the service industry. As a result, ERP for services

department planning  Evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning Includes Service Industries Since the late nineties, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors that originally targeted the needs of manufacturing organizations have slowly extended their functionality to service the needs of non-manufacturing industries as well. By 2000, when many of the major ERP implementations for the manufacturing industry had tapered off, tier one ERP vendors such as SAP and Oracle had refocused efforts to market their integrated Read More...

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