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A Demand-driven Approach to BI
The core concept behind the Vanguard solution is that business intelligence (BI) must be demand-driven, which means that the business needs of the user dictate the technical solution, not the other way around. In other words, it should let the business users drive the process, and remove the problems of content relevance and software complexity.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: C4 Systems (formerly TriPoint Global Communications ) discovered more than $1 million (USD) in purchase price variances (PPV) from raw material suppliers. Information from the Vanguard BI solution has enabled the company to quickly identify the variances and has provided the documentation to correct the situation. LINPAC Plastics was able to execute the global strategy of inventory cost reduction. Vanguard s solution has provided total visibility into the inventory, enabling LINPAC to efficiently
7/20/2005

A Unified Remote Access Approach
Virtual private networks (VPNs) are optimized to perform specific functions within the remote access architecture. But deploying the often complex mix of approaches for managed and unmanaged devices can affect your security. Blue Coat RA provides a new approach that bridges the gap between traditional and endpoint security technologies—helping businesses meet remote access requirements in a simple, cost effective manner.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH:
11/19/2007 6:17:00 PM

Software Selection: An Approach
Selecting package software can have long-term benefits or long-term regrets. To avoid the latter, your approach needs to be sound, logical, and prudent. It also has to be completed in your lifetime. Read about an approach to software selection that helps an organization get to the primary objective of identifying the best software solution quicker but with the necessary due diligence.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: Software Selection: An Approach Software Selection: An Approach Joseph J. Strub - June 25, 2003 Read Comments Introduction In the life of an IT organization, selecting a software package has become somewhat of a routine occurrence. What makes this task challenging is the type of software being evaluated relative to its scarcity and expansiveness in scope. The approach, fortunately, can be independent of these factors. These factors may mean that more time is needed to complete the project but the basic
6/25/2003

SAP s Approach to the Retail Market
SAP and its ERP peers appear to understand that continuously improving the way enterprise information is presented and by marrying analytics, optimization, and retail operation systems on top of an ERP platform is starting to win over retailers.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: critical elements and creating global standards for the next generation barcodes as a mainstream method of business to business [B2B] product identification—called the electronic product codes [EPC]), and has created proof of concepts with retailers METRO Group and Procter & Gamble , whose live projects in early 2003 were far ahead of the still mainly experimenting and pondering rest of the SCM vendors pack, bringing the technology and the related software to a further degree of stabilization (for
10/2/2004

E-collaboration for Global Engineering
Electronics enterprises must respond to business drivers such as reduced time to market, technological innovation, and distributed operations and cost control to remain competitive. Effective collaboration among internal engineering and manufacturing, as well as external suppliers and distributors, requires great effort. But an engineering collaboration solution can help teams work together in real time. Learn how.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: E-collaboration for Global Engineering E-collaboration for Global Engineering Source: Adeon Software House Document Type: White Paper Description: Electronics enterprises must respond to business drivers such as reduced time to market, technological innovation, and distributed operations and cost control to remain competitive. Effective collaboration among internal engineering and manufacturing, as well as external suppliers and distributors, requires great effort. But an engineering collaboration
2/27/2009 11:54:00 AM

Best-of-breed Approach to Finance and Accounting
CODA's savvy accounting and financial offerings include budgeting, forecasting, scorecards, and tools that use Microsoft Excel spreadsheets collaboratively and securely. However, CODA must defend its narrow specialist and best-of-breed approach against larger-scale integrated enterprise system offerings.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: product portfolios, touting superior global presence, brand, and viability, which are still hurdles for CODA to overcome. However, CODA has been nimble in its marketing. In its traditionally strong regions like the UK, where no financial solution selection goes by without CODA being invited, it offers its full breadth of products. In other markets where CODA has less recognition and presence, the vendor will have to rely on its alliances, or try to gain a foothold via simpler, less expensive, and quicker
11/16/2005

Finally, SAP’s Approach to In-memory Analysis » The TEC Blog


GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: HANA, in memory, in memory analysis, in memory technology, SAP, SAP High Performance Analytic Appliance, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
08-12-2010

The Modelling Approach to Post-implementation Agility in Enterprise Systems
Change happens, and it will always happen in virtually every business environment. The underlying enterprise system should thus be an aid to changing the business, rather than an obstacle, as is the usual case today.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: ERP, enterprise resource planning, enterprise systems, software implementation, agility, model-based architecture, SOA, service-oriented architecture, post-implementation management, standardization.
10/11/2006

Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics.Reports and Other Software Program to Use In Your Complex System for Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain. One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a collaborative allows companies to save money and streamline operations.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH: product/ service With the global interest rates near an all time low, inventorycarrying costs today are negligible. At 2% p.a. weekly inventory carrying cost is a lowly 0.04% i.e. if the item costs $100 the interest cost is around 4 cents per week. Transaction costs can be broken into the following components: Shipment documentation Invoicing costs Receipt documents (GRN, BOL, etc.) Payment and supervision costs Receiving costs Loading and unloading costs (multiple in case of multimodal, multi-carrier
1/20/2006 10:37:00 AM

A New Approach to Deploying and Managing JavaEE Applications
Deploying and migrating JaveEE applications is hard work, the kind that is error-prone, repetitive, and time-consuming, resulting in lost man-hours, soaring costs, and potential configuration issues that are bound to pop up later. In response to this complex environment, Phurnace Software has created a software application that accelerates the deployment of JavaEE applications and helps to minimize errors.

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN APPROACH:
11/6/2007 11:24:00 AM

Of Pizza and Planning: A Philosophic Approach to Supply Chains
Supply chain optimization begins not with a technological solution, but with a question: Where does the chain begin and end? Ask a manufacturer and you’ll get one answer. Ask a retailer and you’ll get another. Ask a customer and you’ll get yet another. However, there is one place where consumer demand, supplier products, and retailer strategies converge: the store shelf.

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2/12/2007 2:47:00 PM


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