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High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include

sewage and refuse disposal  Evergreen -Environmental Regulations for High-tech and Electronics, Chemical, and Oil and Gas Industries Originally Published - March 5, 2007 Green Directives for High-tech and Electronics Manufacturers Manufacturers in the electrical and electronics equipment industry are not spared the growing array of regulations requiring compliance. In recent years, strict environmental regulations have been implemented in the US and European Union (EU), with more soon to come from other countries such as Japan and Read More...
The Convergence of ERP and Field Services-One Vendor’s Leadership
Agresso’s experience with people-centric services organizations has led the vendor to design a solution that effectively address these businesses’ need for

sewage and refuse disposal  the incidence of plant sewage overflows following rainstorms continues to embarrass water treatment facilities. Field services operations are often tightly tied to the maintenance and management of critical organizational assets. These fall into three categories: preventive maintenance, which is based on proven, routine schedules and guidelines tied to infrastructure; predictive (pre-scheduled) maintenance, which is based on the timely analytics of recent field services emergencies, in cases where Read More...
Catalyst International Ties Fate to SAP
In what may be the most significant event since the company''s launch, Catalyst International has lashed its corporate ship to ERP leviathan SAP in a new

sewage and refuse disposal  International Ties Fate to SAP Vendor Genesis Catalyst International was founded in 1979 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as a custom development firm specializing in building warehouse management systems. In the past two decades, the company has deviated little from its original charter. Catalyst fits comfortably into its niche as a WMS (Warehouse Management System) provider, focusing on high volume, complex industries in the top enterprise tier (companies over $1 billion in revenue). All of its revenues Read More...
Is There Finally a Metadata Exchange Standard on the Horizon?
On September 27, a group of vendors including Oracle, IBM, Unisys, NCR, and Hyperion Solutions announced the submission of a metadata interchange standard to

sewage and refuse disposal  There Finally a Metadata Exchange Standard on the Horizon? Event Summary REDWOOD SHORES, California, BLUE BELL, Pensylvania., SOMERS, New York, DAYTON, Ohio, and SUNNYVALE, California, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Oracle Corp., Unisys Corp. (NYSE: UIS), IBM Corp., NCR Corp. (NYSE: NCR) and Hyperion (Nasdaq: HYSL) today announced the submission of the common warehouse metadata interchange (CWMI) standard to the Object Management Group (OMG). The proposed standard is designed to help companies integrate Read More...
The Mid-Market Is Consolidating, Lo And Behold
While the higher end of the business applications market has experienced only limited merger & acquisition activity during 2000 (mainly seen in ERP losers been

sewage and refuse disposal  Mid-Market Is Consolidating, Lo And Behold The Mid-Market Is Consolidating, Lo And Behold P.J. Jakovljevic - May 11, 2001 Event Summary Microsoft ''s acquisition of Great Plains (see Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage ) and the merger of Navision Software and Damgaard (see Does NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation? ) at the end of 2000, combined with the anxiety of looming economic slowdown, seem to have triggered the spate of mergers and Read More...
Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management
Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional

sewage and refuse disposal  the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management More On Service Parts Planning Inventory planning and management is generally a well-researched and documented and applied discipline. However, the vast majority of work and associated software products are directed at servicing the needs of the new parts production supply chains, moving product from the likes of Proctor & Gamble to Wal-Mart across the globe (see Linking Planning and Execution Systems for Retailers'' Nirvana—Improved Read More...
Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices
Food and beverage manufacturers rely on information technology to meet market demands. However, food is one market where most enterprise applications show a

sewage and refuse disposal  Flaws and Technology Choices Defining Application Requirements and Fatal Flaws Following the analyses presented in prior notes, it is difficult to imagine a food and beverage manufacturer of any size meeting the demands of the business without some use of information technology (IT), since enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), warehouse management systems (WMS), and much more are required to compete. Part Seven of the series Food and Beverage Delights. For more Read More...
They''re Us, But We''re Not Them!
e-Commerce initiatives that are launched without a clear vision of how customers are engaged and what they experience carry significant risk of failure. Of

sewage and refuse disposal  re Us, But We''re Not Them! IT Management Issue Many businesses abdicate their responsibility to harmonize their customer engagement model, maintaining separate organizations and infrastructures based upon the way (e.g. Web, retail, phone) in which a customer chooses to interface with the company (See Figure 1 below). Consequently, these businesses project the problems they refuse to address onto their customers. They do not build their organizations and infrastructures from the Customer in. Figure Read More...
Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

sewage and refuse disposal  for Product Development in Process Manufacturing P.J. Jakovljevic - February 5, 2010 Originally Published - March 10, 2007 As seen in such articles as Product Life Cycle Management in Process or Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer , what the process manufacturing industry lacks in glamour, it certainly makes up for in complexity. Traditionally, manufacturing is divided into two categories: process and discrete (if one is not counting hybrid, mixed-mode environments). Many differences exist Read More...
The Government of Mesa County, Colorado
The government of Mesa County, Colorado, had been using an in-house, nonintegrated HR and payroll solution that was slow in processing reports and required

sewage and refuse disposal  Government of Mesa County, Colorado The government of Mesa County, Colorado, had been using an in-house, nonintegrated HR and payroll solution that was slow in processing reports and required manual reconciliation of workforce data. The solution also lacked the sophistication needed to manage the government’s payroll and reporting demands. The organization recognized that a change was necessary to improve the workforce-related information that upper-level management had at its disposal. Read More...
Has SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With?
You have probably heard of SAP’s recent blockbuster acquisitions, but did you know about the vendor’s fervent in-house innovation and newly developed products

sewage and refuse disposal  SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With? Even at the recent SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 conference, it became apparent that much of SAP ’s innovation has lately come from its blockbuster acquisitions of Business Objects and Sybase . The major headlines of the conference were along the lines of in-memory analytic applications ( SAP HANA , anyone?), mobility, on-demand/cloud applications, and so on. But SAP has also been doing a boatload of tacit and less publicized innovation in-house. At the event, we Read More...
SGS Technology Group
SGS Technology Group is a division of Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co., LLC. At SGS, we use proven methods to reach proven results. We are experienced and well

sewage and refuse disposal  Technology Group SGS Technology Group is a division of Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co., LLC. At SGS, we use proven methods to reach proven results. We are experienced and well trained to deal with all of your accounting and human resource/payroll systems needs. We provide consistent client satisfacton by using experienced professionals. We will plan and design the best software and implementation for your company. High quality training and certified technical support help ensure a solid transition. Our Read More...
BoldFish’s Opt-In E-Mail Delivery System ~ ‘Oh My That’s Fast!’
BoldFish will deliver the message faster and more reliably than any other opt-in mail delivery system on the market today.

sewage and refuse disposal  Opt-In E-Mail Delivery System ~ ‘Oh My That’s Fast!’ BoldFish’s Opt-In E-Mail Delivery System ~ ''Oh My That''s Fast!'' P. Hayes - September 22, 2000 Product Background BoldFish is the first company to tackle the e-mail problem on an Internet scale and at speeds, which will support even the largest of electronic mailing and distribution sites. The company has developed a number of advanced technologies for delivering, managing, personalizing, and commerce-enabling vast numbers of e-mail Read More...
Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry''s
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises'' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements

sewage and refuse disposal  and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry''s Best Kept Secret ? For the longest time, the traditional pricing strategies of software vendors have included a reliance on support and maintenance (S&M) contracts, which is where most vendors could be assured of meeting, if not surpassing, their margins. The sizable profit made from S&M contracts (with customers paying more over time) has been one of the software industry''s best kept secrets. Furthermore, user enterprises have not had the option Read More...
iVita Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health
iVita proposes to improve corporate knowledge of the value (and location) of all assets. This will enable companies to manage assets like cash. The first

sewage and refuse disposal  Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health iVita Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health D. Geller - May 18, 2000 Event Summary Hidden within the bowels of any large company are valuable assets. Take a peek in closets and warehouses and you never know what you might find. Over there are the desktop machines that got left behind six months ago when a division moved to new space across town. Maybe it wasn''t necessary to buy new machines for the new sales people, just at the height of that memory chip shortage Read More...

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