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Ask the Experts: Approaches to Data Mining ERP
From one of our readers comes this question:I am a student of IT Management; I have an ERP course and I am supposed to write an article to review new

erp technical data analysis  of information from the ERP system. At the business level, which drives the technical level, information is analyzed to predict profitability, customer service, or safety. In a retail environment, one can look at the sales of a product by date range, store, city, province, etc. It’s essentially a report. The data can be saved in a cube so that one does not have to rerun the report. Now, one would like to go further and examine the data associatively, or analytically. As examples, for anyone who bought Read More
Fed Warms Up to ERP Spending, but Will Contractors and Their ERP Vendors Comply? Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
The Federal Government''s peculiar and idiosyncratic regulatory requirements provide high barriers to entry, so that the novice companies that are not already

erp technical data analysis  next few years, upgraded ERP applications appear to be a convenient way to prevent civic paralysis. Commercially available business applications can replace the inefficiencies and liabilities of legacy islands of information that only the retiring federal employees understood and maintained. On the other hand, the more efficient processes may require fewer job replacements, both in terms of technical and customer-facing personnel. Additionally, with commercially available business applications, the Read More
Financial Analysis Clears the “Profit Haze”
Designed to be agile and dependable, financial analysis solutions can bring clarity to the reasons behind your company’s growth, and help steer you toward

erp technical data analysis  systems such as CRM, ERP, SCM, and sales force automation (SFA) over the past decade and distill enterprise-wide information into the answer to a few simple questions: How can we increase revenue, maximize profits, and increase our competitive advantage? About the Author Russell Cooper is TEC''s business intelligence (BI) analyst. He has over 15 years of experience in the enterprise software industry, and has a keen interest in how organizations maximize the value of their existing data. During his Read More
Four Critical Success Factors to Cleansing Data
Quality data in the supply chain is essential in when information is automated and shared with internal and external customers. Dirty data is a huge impediment

erp technical data analysis  you are implementing an ERP or CRM system, initial data cleansing efforts on transactional or historical data would be discouraged. How many integrations do you have that feed your master data to other systems (internal or external) Create a master list by system and data field name. Do you have a data warehouse, one central location for master data? Is now the time to make that move? Now identify the data owner and the business owners for each field. A data owner is the person that is setting up or Read More
Captured by Data
The benefits case for enterprise asset management (EAM) has been used to justify huge sums in EAM investment. But to understand this reasoning, it is necessary

erp technical data analysis  by Data Enterprise Asset Management Systems and the Aims of Modern Maintenance Since the late 1980s, enterprise asset management (EAM) vendors throughout the world have pitched their products based partly on the ability to capture, manipulate, and analyze historical failure data. Part of the stated benefits case is often the ability to highlight the causes for poor performing assets, provide the volume and quality of information for determining how best to manage the assets, and informing decisions Read More
ERP in Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy
Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have

erp technical data analysis  Manufacturing 2011: Defining the ERP Strategy Most manufacturing enterprises use enterprise resource planning (ERP) as their main business system. It has always been assumed is that companies strive to have one single ERP system to unify all their parts and processes, but a survey shows that the average manufacturing company has 1.9 separate and distinct systems. This paper looks at how overall ERP strategy relates to companies’ performance. Read More
Data Warehouse vs. Data Mart-Approaches to Implementing a Data Integration Solution
There continues to be a wide variety of different approaches to building a solid data management solution for your organization, and just as many consulting

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Cost-effective ERP Software: Five Secrets to Stretching Your IT Budget
Outdated applications and countless integration challenges leave you little time to provide the kind of IT support your business needs. You need world-class ERP

erp technical data analysis  effective ERP Software: Five Secrets to Stretching Your IT Budget Outdated applications and countless integration challenges leave you little time to provide the kind of IT support your business needs. You need world-class ERP software within your budget and time horizon. In other words: an affordable and flexible ERP solution that can be implemented quickly, adopted rapidly, and maintained easily. Working with a tight IT budget? No need to despair. Get in on these five secrets and get the most for Read More
Practical Guide to ERP for Recipe/Formula-based Manufacturers
Understanding the features, functions, and architecture of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system best suited to your type of manufacturing will help you

erp technical data analysis  Guide to ERP for Recipe/Formula-based Manufacturers Understanding the features, functions, and architecture of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system best suited to your type of manufacturing will help you reevaluate your existing systems or replace your existing spreadsheet-based processes. This practical ERP guide for process manufacturers examines the functional capabilities of a process-oriented ERP system versus that of a discrete manufacturing-oriented ERP application. Read More
Pronto ERP ''Coming to America''
On November 29, Pronto Inc. announced its presence in North America, entering the ERP market with a complete breadth of offerings. The new company is a

erp technical data analysis  ERP ''Coming to America'' Event Summary The move to open a North American office in Atlanta, GA puts the company in a prime position to take advantage of the growing small to mid-size company market segment, a demographic they have been very successful with in other regions of the world. Prometheus also has offices in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and distributors around the globe. ``The small to mid-size market has long been disregarded and undervalued by other ERP vendors. If prospects don''t have Read More
ERP for Small and Midsized Companies: Time for a Decision
Until recently, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was rarely considered for use in smaller firms, as core benefits—better business management via

erp technical data analysis  costs and complexities of ERP systems. A variety of options have emerged to overcome concerns of the past. Read on the key considerations in an ERP decision and critical implementation factors. Read More
Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years?
Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future

erp technical data analysis  Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years? Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future promises to be simpler, more accessible, and easier to use, shaped by trends that only recently began taking hold. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert''s take on what''s next for ERP, in clear, easy-to-read language. Read More
How the Right Mix of Static Analysis and Dynamic Analysis Technologies Can Strengthen Application Security
In searching for tools to implement an effective application-security strategy, managers have a choice between two technological approaches: dynamic analysis

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The ERP Ecosystem
Three major parties (vendors, consulting services, and adopting organizations) are identified in the ERP ecosystem, in which different parties need different

erp technical data analysis  ERP Ecosystem Considering the short life cycles of many things we experience these days, enterprise resource planning (ERP) has a long history, if we trace it back to the advent of inventory management and control systems in the 1960s. After forty years of development, ERP has grown to an industry with over $30 billion (USD) in application revenue (AMR Research, 2007), with an ecosystem that has grown to a mature level allowing every party within to function together, with all other factors of the Read More

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