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Should interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP?
Although interBiz has spouted an interesting value proposition to many enterprise applications users, the company still has to address some potential stumbling

prediction  interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? Should interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? P.J. Jakovljevic - December 6, 2001 Event Summary  In October and November, interBiz , the eBusiness applications division of Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA), expanded its back-office solutions with the announcement of product enhancements and a free benchmarking service. The announcements were: A free benchmarking service for businesses in durable goods industries Read More
Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 3: Performing the Data Analysis
By using software tools that help you forecast and work together with others inside your organization, and even with your customers, the forecasts may become

prediction  certain laws about a prediction of ROI will forever hold true… the prediction will always be wrong the prediction will always change for as long as the analysis continues someone is going to be held accountable for the prediction - Just give us the bottom line! After a quick look at these issues, one might question the effort to undertake the analysis to predict an ROI, as well as the validity of the outcome. Perfect, or even complete, information may not be feasible, but if a few basic principles Read More
Wrapping Up FOSS Predictions for 2010 with a Look Back
I love end of year predictions. Whether they''re right or wrong is one thing, but it''s valuable to imagine various scenarios of what might happen. Taking the

prediction  to make a 2010 prediction about Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). I do, however, want to share some stats about demand trends for enterprise FOSS platforms between 2008 and 2009. I want to see how those jibe with predictions from some other analysts. And maybe, if you squint real hard at the changes between the ''08 and ''09 stats, you’ll get some ideas about what will happen in 2010. A little googling turns up evidence and arguments demonstrating that much of the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) Read More
Will That Wretched ERP Finally Die? Possibly, But Only the Acronym!
Yet another ERP doom saying. This time, a prediction was given that ERP systems will only host 40 percent of business applications by 2004 partly due to the

prediction  economy by 2004. A prediction was given that ERP systems will only host 40 percent of business applications by 2004 due in part to the rise of collaborative commerce, or c-commerce. With traditional ERP systems, attention is placed on internal productivity. What will happen to alter that model is the emergence of a more diverse enterprise framework. From now until 2004, a more dynamic online marketplace will emerge, where companies can collaborate with employees, customers, stockholders, sales channels Read More
Should interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? - Part 2: Challenges and Market Impact
InterBiz remains one of the most widely used of the upper-mid-range ERP vendors. It has done much to rejuvenate its acquired enterprise applications arsenal

prediction  interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? - Part 2: Challenges and Market Impact Should Should interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? Part 2: Challenges and Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - December 10, 2001 Event Summary  In October and November, interBiz, the eBusiness applications division of Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA), expanded its back-office solutions with the announcement of product enhancements and a free benchmarking service. The announcements Read More
Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center

prediction  decisions based on the prediction. However, these raised floor attributes by their very nature are customized and are not conducive to standardization. Furthermore, the variability of all these attributes would make real-time computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling nearly impossible in a typical data center. In contrast, high-density zones use standardized hot / cold aisle widths, rack height, and air path distances to the rack. Row-based cooling also eliminates the variability introduced by the Read More
Analyst Take on SAPPHIRE 2013
With a very interesting book presentation on

prediction  industry to enabling the prediction and consumption and real-time consumption analysis in utilities. Jim also pointed out SAP’s three major steps into the future—what he called SAP’s quantum leaps: Innovation—all data is in-memory and HANA is SAP’s innovation platform The cloud—SAP is committed to bringing all its applications to the cloud Mobile—SAP focuses on the end user and customer experience, and is redesigning and widening all of its mobile application portfolio In addition to Read More
Buyer''s Guide to Enterprise Storage Resources
Organizations of all sizes face similar challenges when managing storage@not enough capacity or protection. Help has arrived with Internet small computer system

prediction  tech-nology continues to defy predictions of how much data can be packed onto a disk. The storage industry will introduce 1TB disk drives in 2007 and even greater capacity drives will follow soon after. Other new technologies''data deduplication, continuous data protection (CDP), data classification and information lifecycle management (ILM)''look promising, but need more time to mature and gain acceptance (see Not hot in 2007, p. 24). Our picks for the hot storage technologies in 2007 follow. Specific Read More
Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part II)
Part I of this blog post introduced the burning issues of food safety and the ensuing need for traceability. To the end of providing entire food supply chain

prediction  events, which can enable prediction of future values of variables, find new associations between events or classify data into clusters of related values. This information can enable enterprises to analyze quality characteristics that can help them continuously improve products and processes within their supply chain or enterprise. Lawson Trace Engine also helps simplify compliance with current US and European Union (EU) food safety regulations ( as mentioned in Part I ), while providing tools to help Read More
Using Predictive Analytics within Business Intelligence: A Primer
What are predictive analytics, and how are they used within business intelligence applications and for business performance management?

prediction  mining concerned with the prediction of future probabilities and trends. Predictive analytics is used to analyze automatically large amounts of data with different variables, including clustering, decision trees, market basket analysis, regression modeling, neural nets, genetic algorithms, text mining, hypothesis testing, decision analytics, and so on. The core element of predictive analytics is the predictor, a variable that can be measured for an individual or entity to predict future behavior. These Read More
Logility: Supply Chain Innovator and Workhorse
Logility, a global provider of collaborative supply chain software solutions, is relatively small, but its functional scope (from planning to execution) and

prediction  according to the initial prediction. For example, Voyager Solutions will take the demand sensing information, point-of-sale (POS), or syndicated data, and determine how the company is executing against the plan. If the variations from target exceed a certain threshold or pattern, the system will proactively recommend switching to another model. From a demand perspective, Voyager Solutions forecasts demand across multiple customers, multiple channels, and multiple market segments to deliver as much granula Read More
Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an

prediction  certain laws about a prediction of ROI will forever hold true… the prediction will always be wrong the prediction will always change for as long as the analysis continues someone is going to be held accountable for the prediction - Just give us the bottom line! After a quick look at these issues, one might question the effort to undertake the analysis to predict an ROI, as well as the validity of the outcome. Perfect, or even complete, information may not be feasible, but if a few basic principles Read More
The Best-kept Secret in the Product Lifecycle Management Mid-market
The name Omnify Software may hardly come to mind when one thinks of the product lifecycle management (PLM) leaders, but that might change down the track

prediction  views for more accurate prediction of deliverables, and analysis features facilitate recognition of common problems that impact deadline-sensitive development activities. Quality Management Module. Automates capturing and routing of data related to product issues and defects (e.g., corrective action request [CAR], nonconforming material request [NCMR], supplier corrective action request [SCAR], field complaints, etc.) in a closed-loop CAPA system. This ability provides a mechanism to identify, classify Read More
Enterprise Impact Simulation An IT Revolution In The Making
The IT industry is ripe for a revolution. For years the IT executive’s job has been to give the business units the tools they need to run the business. Today,

prediction  step to simulation and prediction is a very short one. For years you have asked for facts and predictions. Who uses this data? What will it cost to modify the system? How long will it take? Who will be impacted? Simple questions. In return, you received complicated answers. Instead of facts you get feelings. Answers typically include phrases that hedge the facts; phrases like we think it will cost about or it will probably take around The reason for this hedging is simple. Nobody really knows. Nobody Read More

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