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Functional Re-use and SOA
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a driving force for future functional use within organizations. However, these functions must be viewed as being shared services for all processes. Functional re-use will be the main means of ensuring that organizations can respond rapidly and effectively to market dynamics, and that improvements to specific functions will have the optimum impact across the whole organization.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: Functional Re-use and SOA Functional Re-use and SOA Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a driving force for future functional use within organizations. However, these functions must be viewed as being shared services for all processes. Functional re-use will be the main means of ensuring that organizations can respond rapidly and effectively to market dynamics, and that improvements to specific functions will have the optimum impact across
2/5/2007 9:44:00 AM

Risk Mitigation and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments
Risk, risk mitigation, and accountability are at the center of several key industry regulations and are factored into all forms of financial and operational metrics. Learn how enterprise software can be used to develop strong models using balanced planning to mitigate risk.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: Risk Mitigation and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments Risk Mitigation and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments Source: Mark Opausky Document Type: White Paper Description: Risk, risk mitigation, and accountability are at the center of several key industry regulations and are factored into all forms of financial and operational metrics. Learn how enterprise software can be used to develop strong models using balanced planning to mitigate risk. Risk Mitigation
5/25/2005 10:37:00 AM

Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 1: Functional Scope and Vertical Focus
ERP applications are the information backbone for contemporary manufacturing enterprises. This note identifies current trends in the ERP market that we believe businesses that are both current and potential ERP users should be cognizant of in order to appropriately manage their expectations.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: Be Headed)? Part 1: Functional Scope and Vertical Focus Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 1: Functional Scope and Vertical Focus P.J. Jakovljevic - April 18, 2001 Read Comments Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 1: Functional Scope and Vertical Focus P.J. Jakovljevic - April 18, 2001 Executive Summary  A typical ERP system now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a robust
4/18/2001

Supply Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts
The quintessential business challenge is to minimize downtime on assets while minimizing the cost of spare and replacement parts inventory. To meet these challenges, heavy investments have been made in extensive spare ad replacement parts networks.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts Supply Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - July 30, 2005 Read Comments The Morphing Functional Scope of Service Parts SCM There are many requirements involved in the supply chain management (SCM) of service and replacement parts that make the process different from traditional, new parts SCM (see Part One ). As a result, some specialist SCM solutions have been developed to
7/30/2005

Go from Analysis to Action on Your Desktop
Business users need a simple but powerful way to navigate through data and find the insights to make timely, critical business decisions. This paper explores how a breakthrough personal analytics tool enables business managers to improve performance within their functional areas.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: improve performance within their functional areas. Go from Analysis to Action on Your Desktop style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   IBM Cognos Insight,   enterprise analytics software,   business analytics solution Source: IBM Learn more about IBM Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP
6/4/2013 12:29:00 PM

The Automotive OEMs Might Soon Contract “BRAIN” Damage Part I
While BRAIN North America may have created a notable customer base due to its products’ functional appropriateness for the lower tiers of the automotive industry, its German parent’s impending insolvency might, in the worst-case scenario, leave all of them in the lurch.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: global capabilities and expanded functionality in key areas such as demand management and releases, purchasing, advanced shipping notice (ASN)/supplier shipping, and invoicing. SupplyWEB is a comprehensive, ERP independent, web-based Supply Chain Management (SCM) procurement and supplier rating solution, designed specifically to improve relationships and efficiencies between automotive manufacturers and their suppliers. It should allow automotive suppliers to deploy e-commerce strategies to reduce
8/12/2002

Five Critical Points for ERP Success
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects are more complicated than other information technology (IT) initiatives because they involve connecting departments across an organization. The value of ERP lies in bringing together data from the entire company, which means ERP implementation involves multiple departments and functional areas. This paper addresses five dimensions of ERP implementation for business success.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: involves multiple departments and functional areas. This paper addresses five dimensions of ERP implementation for business success. Five Critical Points for ERP Success style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   IT Solutions Architecture,   Technology Tools and Methods Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   erp implementation success story,   erp implementation success stories,   erp implementation
5/4/2011 2:35:00 PM

Maximizing Performance of ATCA in Application-ready Platforms
Thanks to pressures in the telecom equipment manufacturing industry, application-ready platforms (ARPs) in Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) are increasingly indispensable. ARPs must provide standards-based platforms to support diverse sets of applications. The ATCA ARP provides such a platform, but in light of the ATCA specifications that define the basis for the platform, ARP implementations still present some interesting challenges.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: Maximizing Performance of ATCA in Application-ready Platforms Maximizing Performance of ATCA in Application-ready Platforms Source: Alliance Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: Thanks to pressures in the telecom equipment manufacturing industry, application-ready platforms (ARPs) in Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) are increasingly indispensable. ARPs must provide standards-based platforms to support diverse sets of applications. The ATCA ARP provides such a platform,
3/21/2007 10:31:00 AM

Requirement Traceability—A Tester s Approach
The value of a requirement traceability matrix is in its ability to track and monitor each requirement to be incorporated into the customer's product throughout the entire process of product development, and to detect defects at the earliest stage possible.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: mapped to the correct functional requirements, and that what is desired by the customer is delivered. The RTM is also very beneficial from the maintenance or enhancement point of view. If any future changes are required for the product, then the particular requirement to be changed can be traced and modified. This puts the focus on forward- and backward-mapping between requirements (see figure 1). Requirements tend to change over time, so maintaining the RTM helps trace the requirements and modify them
4/30/2007

Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 2 - Problem Overview
Past experience shows us that the vast majority of enterprise technology evaluations run over time and budget, and once selected, the majority of the implementations fail to meet functional, return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) expectations. Many companies have consequently been stuck with under-performing software products and dejected users, and are still unable to gauge their system to determine how far they are from the ideal solution for their business requirements.

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: and how many product functional and/or technological features do we have to achieve to be the absolute frontrunner in the market segment or to beat the Vendor X in a particular face off? Does the newly released module or the latest product upgrade make us significantly more eligible to compete in the market segment? Why are we one of the leaders in a certain industry, for merely a number of installations? How many of these have come from, e.g., our collaboration or technology solution only as opposed to
5/23/2003

JD Edwards Post-implementation Systems Assessment: How to Ensure You Get the Most Value from Your Implementation
Software implementation can be complex. Even when it seems all your business processes and systems are “go” after the implementation of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, there might still be room for improvement. Find out how a post-implementation system assessment of technical and functional systems can improve data capture accuracy, increase user buy-in, and boost your return on investment (ROI).

FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS: assessment of technical and functional systems can improve data capture accuracy, increase user buy-in, and boost your return on investment (ROI). JD Edwards Post-implementation Systems Assessment: How to Ensure You Get the Most Value from Your Implementation style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Archival and Disaster Recovery,   Backup (Software and Processes),   Server Source:
11/21/2007 6:47:00 AM


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