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Enterprise Mobility in Life Sciences: Responding to Change and Transforming Healthcare Delivery
Life sciences enterprises are undergoing tremendous change on a number of fronts. Healthcare-related organizations involved in the life sciences industry are

life sciences enterprises  and Transforming Healthcare Delivery Life sciences enterprises are undergoing tremendous change on a number of fronts. Healthcare-related organizations involved in the life sciences industry are challenged more than ever with providing and ensuring continuous and effective supply and delivery of services, drugs, and equipment, and improving the quality of patient care. See how mobile technologies can help life sciences companies address today's trends and tomorrow’s challenges.

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Quote-to-Order (Q2O) Systems

Quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions (sometimes known as configure, price, and quote or CPQ) enable manufacturers to mobilize their mass customization initiatives. These systems can reduce time-consuming quoting and ordering processes, decrease unit costs, and lower sales costs. Q2O suites can further help enterprises increase sales effectiveness across all channels. These solutions help companies that sell complex products and services shift their focus to customer-facing sales and service issues. 

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TECTURA Corporation


Tectura is a worldwide provider of business consulting services, delivering exceptional service and sustainable value through consulting, software and IT implementation. Our diverse clientele includes mid-sized companies and larger enterprises in the aerospace, life sciences, manufacturing and distribution, retail and service industries. With more than 1,800~ team members in 20+ countries, Tectura applies its industry knowledge and best practices philosophy to provide Microsoft Dynamics® ERP, CRM and technology solutions throughout the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. A Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, we maximize our vast technology resources and deep Microsoft expertise to deliver increased efficiency, project acceleration and a competitive edge. Our industry knowledge, close partnership with Microsoft, global presence and established local success is how we make a distinctive difference for our clients.

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TIBCO Spotfire Releases Version 5


TIBCO will be launching version 5 of Spotfire, its BI and analytics solution. With enhancements in its analysis engine and a newly re-architected in-memory engine, Spotfire 5 will boast improved performance when analyzing large amounts of data coming from sources such as Teradata and Oracle, and even data coming from Microsoft’s SQLServer Analysis service cubes. Lars Bauerle, vice

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EMC


EMC Corporation provides systems, software, services, and solutions for building and managing information infrastructures. The company helps its customers implement information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies. EMC customers come from public and private sectors in many industries, from many countries, and range from startups to large-scale enterprises. Some of EMC's clients include manufacturers, health care and life sciences organizations, Internet service and telecommunications providers, airlines and transportation companies, educational institutions, and public-sector agencies. EMC was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Massachusetts, USA.

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Robert Eastman Joins Technology Evaluation Centers


I am very excited to be joining Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) as senior analyst, supply chain management. TEC's decision-support engine, robust feature/function models, and rich database of vendor capabilities enable TEC clients to realize faster time-to-value in software decisions.  Watching the evolution of how clients use software advisory firms, and, then, starting up my own analyst

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XENEX Enterprises


Established in May 1983, we have been in business for over 20 years. We have extensive experience in Business Processes Management, and Outsourcing assignments that enable or enhance profitability and customer retention. We drive growth and productivity, reducing costs, minimizing employee turnover, developing leadership talent and improve client/user loyalty and satisfaction. Xenex and its strategic alliances link people, operations and business strategies to deliver tangible, measurable, lasting results. Our methodologies are leading edge in content and delivery and our expert consulting team of experienced professionals have provided leadership in many successful implementations. Xenex’s extensive network of associates come from a variety of disciplines, enabling us to design and deliver programs and services that meet the client’s specific needs.

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Lean Principles for Implementing ERP in Midsize and Large Enterprises


Lean Consulting just makes sense. Elimination of nonvalue-add activities and personnel, along with streamlined processes and a roles-based implementation methodology will always reduce wasted time and money. It’s a model that can deliver implementations on budget and on time consistently.

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London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) needed a workforce management solution that could accommodate the requirements of a 9,000+ employee organization with multiple unions and facilities. Learn how LHSC replaced its cumbersome and outdated timekeeping systems, with a solution that helped enhance payroll accuracy and efficiency, comply with labor and organizational rules, and advance the human resources (HR) agenda.

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IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter


IQMS has certainly succeeded in helping hundreds of midsized plastic processors and other repetitive manufacturers increase their "collective intelligence quotient" through the fully functional EnterpriseIQ. IQMS has expanded throughout Europe and Asia, and believes with its service policy, it can continue to expand in the fiercely competitive global market.

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The 70 Percent Solution: Fulfilling the Application Software Life Cycle


Application software companies unwittingly but consistently overlook significant portions of their application software life cycle, resulting in consistent under-performance of products and services, a reduced harvest, dissatisfied customers, and missed opportunities for growth. In fact, you could be neglecting up to 70 percent of the energy necessary to have your products reach and maintain peak performance throughout their life cycle.

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A Day in the Life of the Mobile Worker


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