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IBM Cognos Express: Easy BI? » The TEC Blog
module accomplishes specific tasks: IBM Cognos Express Reporter is the reporting and query tool. It’s designed to provide user with the necessary capabilities to design, maintain, and publish reports on the Web. One of its characteristics is the strong use of metadata to present information oriented toward business users. Of note: the capability to access several types of data sources, and the capability to create ad hoc reports. IBM Cognos Express Advisor is designed to provide capabilities to build

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15-09-2009

cognos-express-fig3.png » The TEC Blog
blog Human Capitalist blog IBM Asset Management blog Inventory Optimization and Multiechelon Irregular Enterprise IT Project Failures ITBusinessEdge Enterprise Applications blog Laurie McCabe s Blog Logistics ViewPoints blog Manufacturing Operations blog Microsoft s Dynamics CRM Team blog Microsoft s Supply Chain blog Modern Materials Handling blog Next Gen Enterprise On-Demand Sales Performance Management blog Optimal SAP blog OracleApps Epicenter Pegasystems blog PGreenblog ProcessGenie Architect and An

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15-09-2009

Cognos Unveils CRM Solution
Cognos, one of the largest business intelligence and on-line analytical processing vendors, has announced an aggressive customer relationship management initiative to supply the extensive interactive reporting, analysis, and scorecarding functionality needed to leverage the data supplied by products like Clarify and Siebel. Cognos considers an effective CRM system to be a 'must-have' application in today’s click and mortar economy. In addition, they have joined the Siebel Alliance as a premier partner.

IBM AND COGNOS: Cognos Unveils CRM Solution Cognos Unveils CRM Solution M. Reed - November 6, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - November 6, 2000 Event Summary [October 3, 2000] Cognos (NASDAQ: COGN; TSE:CSN), one of the world s largest business intelligence (BI) companies, today unveiled a comprehensive BI solution (including interactive reporting, data analysis, and scorecarding) for the customer relationship management (CRM) marketplace. The announcement was part of an aggressive CRM market initiative showcased at Cognos s
11/6/2000

IBM Cognos 10.2 BI Is Now a TEC Certified Product » The TEC Blog
of important acquisitions by IBM to incorporate and expand its analytics portfolio, Cognos has gained power and flexibility with a series of derivative offerings and the functional expansion of its existing capabilities. The Cognos BI platform accounts for one of the largest analytics portfolios in the industry. It provides a range of offerings—from a general-purpose offering, to industry vertical offerings, covered by its IBM Smart Analytics System family , to line of business (LOB) analytics offering

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30-05-2013

ERP: Origins, Developments, and Trends
ERP first developed as a form of inventory control and later grew to link disparate bodies of information together from across the enterprise. Now, ERP enhancements include SCM, CRM, and e-commerce features, just to name a few. However, where is this technology going? What does it mean now?

IBM AND COGNOS: needed. First developed by IBM and J I Case , a US tractor maker, MRP promised to automatically plan, build, and purchase requirements based on the finished products, the current and allocated inventory, and expected arrivals. Master production schedule (MPS) was built to monitor the finished goods. Naturally data from MPS fed into the MRP, which contained phased, net requirements for planning the procurement of sub-assembly components, raw materials, and ingredients. MRP gave planners more control,
5/17/2005

Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS?
Despite rapid industrialization in China and other developing countries, most manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) are found in North America, Western Europe, and Japan. These systems have made extraordinary productivity gains possible in the West. However, Chinese manufacturers require a new generation of MES and WMS capabilities to boost their productivity.

IBM AND COGNOS: Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS? Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS? Nelson M. Nones - July 23, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) have been around since the 1980s. Today, despite rapid growth of the industrial sector in China as well as other Asian, Latin American, and Eastern European countries in recent years, the vast majority of MES and WMS installations are found in North America, Western Europe, and
7/23/2005

E-learning Benefits and ROI Comparison of E-learning versus Traditional Training
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval E-Learning Benefits and ROI Comparison. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. You’re considering a move from traditional training to e-learning, but you’re not sure if the returns will be significant. In fact, employees are better able to retain and transfer what they’ve learned with Web-based training (WBT) and computer-based training (CBT). And typically, with these methods, the time a worker spends being trained is reduced by about 40 percent. Learn more about how e-learning can benefit you.

IBM AND COGNOS: CBT instruction at Xerox, IBM and Federal Express. Improved Performance As mentioned earlier, our collective experience with deployment of good CBT and WBT is that it is not only faster than classroom training (an nearly always cheaper over 2-3 years), it is also better. People learn better with e-learning. They remember what they learn more accurately and longer (retention) and they are better able to use what they learn to improve their performance (transfer). Across many different studies and reports f
9/17/2007 9:24:00 AM

GNX and Sainsbury
Sainsbury’s Supermarkets has several ongoing collaboration programs with suppliers,having recognized early on that supply chain optimization benefits the end consumer byensuring the right product on the shelf at the right time and lowest cost. The UK grocer had already been sharing performance information along with several other forms of supply chain data with suppliers for several years, but found that suppliers had difficulty dealing with performance data that was buried in the mass of information being presented. In addition, suppliers had no formal channel for responding to, or improving, any performance issues that were identified.

IBM AND COGNOS: GNX and Sainsbury GNX and Sainsbury Source: NeoGrid Document Type: Case Study Description: Sainsbury’s Supermarkets has several ongoing collaboration programs with suppliers,having recognized early on that supply chain optimization benefits the end consumer by ensuring the right product on the shelf at the right time and lowest cost. The UK grocer had already been sharing performance information along with several other forms of supply chain data with suppliers for several years, but found that
5/31/2005 4:44:00 PM

The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum
Retail remains a very tactile industry, focused on the hand, drape, and durability of fabrics and trim—besides which, designs are still being sketched on paper and pinned on size models or mannequins.

IBM AND COGNOS: The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum P.J. Jakovljevic - June 29, 2006 Read Comments Zooming into the Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum Most of the considerations explored in this series so far hold for multiple retail segments, but with an increasingly fickle and demanding customer base of teens (and paying parents) and yuppies, the fashion or apparel or garment (the precise term depends on the region) retail vertical is probably one of the
6/29/2006

Sarbanes-Oxley and MAS 90
The Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act of 2002 (also known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 0f 2002) was passed by US lawmakers to reinforce honest and transparent corporate practices in the wake of the various public accounting scandals and corporate failures of the 1990s. As with any far-reaching legislation of this magnitude, there is plenty of hype that has emerged in connection with this law. This document is designed to help large and small companies navigate some of the “hype” that sometimes blurs the line between fact and fiction.

IBM AND COGNOS: Sarbanes-Oxley and MAS 90 Sarbanes-Oxley and MAS 90 Source: Shelko Consulting LLC Document Type: White Paper Description: The Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act of 2002 (also known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 0f 2002) was passed by US lawmakers to reinforce honest and transparent corporate practices in the wake of the various public accounting scandals and corporate failures of the 1990s. As with any far-reaching legislation of this magnitude, there is plenty of hype that has
7/27/2005 1:01:00 PM

Mashups and Pervasive BI
In the world of Web-based business intelligence (BI), mashups combine two or more data sources in a single feature. Mashups are among the innovations that help spread BI wider and deeper across organizations. Known as “pervasive BI,” this concept hinges on offering features and applications that blend with—and navigate like—the familiar Web browser. Find out how pervasive BI can help your organization today.

IBM AND COGNOS: Mashups and Pervasive BI Mashups and Pervasive BI Source: Logi Analytics Document Type: White Paper Description: In the world of Web-based business intelligence (BI), mashups combine two or more data sources in a single feature. Mashups are among the innovations that help spread BI wider and deeper across organizations. Known as “pervasive BI,” this concept hinges on offering features and applications that blend with—and navigate like—the familiar Web browser. Find out how pervasive BI can help
12/31/2007 1:29:00 PM


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