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Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: Moving from Your Document-centric Enterprise 1.0 to the People-centric World of Enterprise 2.0
It would be a mistake to think that Web 2.0 is all about technology—and similarly so for Enterprise 2.0. But it would also be a mistake to dismiss the

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Moving from Your Document-centric Enterprise 1.0 to the People-centric World of Enterprise 2.0 It would be a mistake to think that Web 2.0 is all about technology—and similarly so for Enterprise 2.0. But it would also be a mistake to dismiss the technology altogether. The selection and implementation of enterprise social software solutions and real-time collaboration solutions requires careful thought, consideration, and planning. Find out more, in this IBM white paper. Download now. Read More...
Enterprise Software Selection Guide
Selecting an enterprise software solution takes time, energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Selection Guide Selecting an enterprise software solution takes time, energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the best possible light, leaving you to separate real functionality from marketing hype. In this guide, you’ll discover a three-phase methodology for objectively researching, evaluating, and selecting the best software solutions for your company. Read More...
The Necessity of Data Warehousing
An explanation of the origins of data warehousing and why it is a crucial technology that allows businesses to gain competitive advantage. Issues regarding

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Necessity of Data Warehousing The Necessity of Data Warehousing M. Reed - August 2, 2000 Why the market is necessary Data warehousing is an integral part of the information age . Corporations have long known that some of the keys to their future success could be gleaned from their existing data, both current and historical. Until approximately 1990, many factors made it difficult, if not impossible, to extract this data and turn it into useful information. Some examples: Data storage peripherals such Read More...
A Roadmap to Data Migration Success
Many large business initiatives and information technology (IT) projects depend upon the successful migration of data—from a legacy source, or multiple sources,

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Roadmap to Data Migration Success Many large business initiatives and information technology (IT) projects depend upon the successful migration of data—from a legacy source, or multiple sources, to a new target database. Effective planning and scoping can help you address the associated challenges and minimize risk for errors. This paper provides insights into what issues are unique to data migration projects and to offer advice on how to best approach them. Read More...
SAP, Sybase, and the Future of Enterprise Mobility
SAP''s acquisition of Sybase foreshadows a revolutionary change in the enterprise mobility space. John Chen, CEO of Sybase, discusses what the company has to

enterprise data warehousing ilm  and the Future of Enterprise Mobility SAP''s acquisition of Sybase foreshadows a revolutionary change in the enterprise mobility space. John Chen, CEO of Sybase, discusses what the company has to offer as a new member of the SAP family, including exciting technology developments that position Sybase and SAP to lead this mobile revolution. Read More...
Managing Risk in Enterprise Software Selection
Selecting and implementing new enterprise software changes your company, and the business processes that drive it. How you handle these changes can make the

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Risk in Enterprise Software Selection Selecting and implementing new enterprise software changes your company, and the business processes that drive it. How you handle these changes can make the difference between implementation failure and success. Download this report to learn the steps to take--and the mistakes to avoid--to ensure a successful project outcome. You''ll also learn why it''s essential to deal with risk before the implementation phase--when it may be too late. Read More...
Managing the Extended Enterprise for Profitable Growth: Integrated Operations and Resources across the Enterprise
Due to the wide range of size, scope, and complexity within the extended enterprise, different units often have different functional requirements for the

enterprise data warehousing ilm  the Extended Enterprise for Profitable Growth: Integrated Operations and Resources across the Enterprise Due to the wide range of size, scope, and complexity within the extended enterprise, different units often have different functional requirements for the business management software they use. The different demands can become a barrier to future growth, profitability, and agility. So how do you coordinate resources and activities to get everybody on the same page within an extended enterprise? Read More...
Data Enrichment and Classification to Drive Data Reliability in Strategic Sourcing and Spend Analytics
Spend analytics and performance management software can deliver valuable insights into savings opportunities and risk management. But to make confident

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Enrichment and Classification to Drive Data Reliability in Strategic Sourcing and Spend Analytics Spend analytics and performance management software can deliver valuable insights into savings opportunities and risk management. But to make confident decisions and take the right actions, you need more than just software—you also need the right data. This white paper discusses a solution to help ensure that your applications process reliable data so that your spend analyses and supplier risk Read More...
A Definition of Data Warehousing
There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing

enterprise data warehousing ilm  data warehouses are generally enterprise in scope. Also, data warehouses can be volatile. Due to the large amount of storage required for a data warehouse, (multi-terabyte data warehouses are not uncommon), only a certain number of periods of history are kept in the warehouse. For instance, if three years of data are decided on and loaded into the warehouse, every month the oldest month will be rolled off the database, and the newest month added. Ralph Kimball provided a much simpler definition of a Read More...
Infor EAM Enterprise
Infor EAM is a configurable enterprise asset management (EAM) solution. It allows companies to improve capital asset management in ways that increase

enterprise data warehousing ilm  EAM Enterprise Infor EAM is a configurable enterprise asset management (EAM) solution. It allows companies to improve capital asset management in ways that increase reliability, enhance predictive maintenance, ensure regulatory compliance, reduce energy usage, and support sustainability initiatives. Available in industry-specific editions, it also gives organizations the flexibility to zero in on specialized industry requirements. Read More...
PeopleSoft Enterprise
Oracle''s PeopleSoft® Enterprise is a family of best-in-class applications based on the company''s Pure Internet Architecture® designed for flexible configuration

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Enterprise Oracle''s PeopleSoft® Enterprise is a family of best-in-class applications based on the company''s Pure Internet Architecture® designed for flexible configuration and open, multi-vendor integration. It is geared toward financial, government, education, health care, and other services industries. It is also aimed at supporting large, company-wide functions such as human resources, finance, IT, procurement, marketing, services, and sales across all industries. Read More...
The Path to Healthy Data Governance
Many companies are finally treating their data with all the necessary data quality processes, but they also need to align their data with a more complex

enterprise data warehousing ilm  the use of an enterprise application such as a data warehouse or a change management system, or even an application to manage a data governance initiative; it involves the process of creating the necessary policies for information usage within an organization. Deploying a data governance initiative requires the creation of policies that align all the necessary factors to make data a valuable corporate asset and exploit its usefulness (figure 3): Data quality, per data rules Business process, per business Read More...
Enterprise Data Management: Migration without Migraines
Moving an organization’s critical data from a legacy system promises numerous benefits, but only if the migration is handled correctly. In practice, it takes an

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Data Management: Migration without Migraines Moving an organization’s critical data from a legacy system promises numerous benefits, but only if the migration is handled correctly. In practice, it takes an understanding of the entire ERP data lifecycle combined with industry-specific experience, knowledge, and skills to drive the process through the required steps accurately, efficiently, and in the right order. Read this white paper to learn more. Read More...
Lean Enterprise in Complex ETO
This paper demonstrates how IFS Business Modeler and IFS Applications support the principles of developing a lean enterprise, normally associated with

enterprise data warehousing ilm  Enterprise in Complex ETO This paper demonstrates how IFS Business Modeler and IFS Applications support the principles of developing a lean enterprise, normally associated with repetitive manufacturing, for engineer-to-order (ETO) organizations. It demonstrates how process improvements apply equally to office-based functions as they do to manufacturing, installation, and service activities. Read More...
Role of the CFO in Enterprise Performance Management
The white paper enterprise performance management: financial excellence and beyond explores the business realities driving this evolution, and show...

enterprise data warehousing ilm  of the CFO in Enterprise Performance Management As fast as business is changing, the role of the CFO seems to be evolving even faster. Day by day, the CFO is becoming more and more a change agent and strategic advisor to the CEO . The white paper Enterprise Performance Management: Financial Excellence and Beyond explores the business realities driving this evolution, and shows how financial performance management software can help the modern CFO: maximize corporate profitability protect the company from Read More...

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