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Finance and Accounting Solutions Buyer’s Guide for Small to Medium Enterprises
In plain, easy-to-follow language, finance accounting solutions buyer''s guide for small to medium enterprises will bring you up to speed in the bas...

small enterprises  Solutions Buyer’s Guide for Small to Medium Enterprises Business software may be one of the greatest productivity tools you can get your hands on. But if you''re not an expert, selecting the right software can be a real nightmare. Here''s an excellent buyer''s guide to help you out if you''re a small to medium business (SMB) interested in a finance and accounting enterprise resource planning (ERP) package. In plain, easy-to-follow language, Finance Accounting Solutions Buyer''s Guide for Small to Medium Read More...
Storage Buying Criteria for Small and Midsized Enterprises
Five criteria usually dominate storage purchase decisions in the small and midsized enterprise (SME) marketplace: product features and functions; cost

small enterprises  Buying Criteria for Small and Midsized Enterprises Five criteria usually dominate storage purchase decisions in the small and midsized enterprise (SME) marketplace: product features and functions; cost; reliability; service; and support. Using these criteria, SMEs often find that their final shortlists of vendors include storage products from EMC and IBM. Find out what criteria your SME should use to choose between these two vendor’s offerings. Read More...
Looking For Software-The Expectations of Small and Medium Enterprises
Small and medium enterprises (SME) looking for software must understand their needs and articulate their expectations to get what they want and need from

small enterprises  For Software-The Expectations of Small and Medium Enterprises Introduction Many small and medium enterprises (SME) are actively looking for software. Many vendors are trying to meet their needs. However, what the SME expects to gain from software is not always what the vendor expects. SMEs must understand their needs articulate their expectations to potential vendors if they are to get what they want and need from software. SMEs—Who Are They and What Are Their Characteristics? Polling vendors, Read More...
Server and Desktop Solutions: What the Research Means for Small and Medium Enterprises
Different types of organizations show distinct preferences when assigning importance to the criteria on which to base their operating system selection. Small

small enterprises  of Software Alternatives for Small to Medium Enterprises , was presented at the 2006 European Conference on Information Technology Evaluation, in Genoa (Italy). He can be reached at igor.grubisic@gmail.com . Read More...
Storage Buying Criteria for Small/Medium Enterprises
Small and medium enterprises often find that their “short list” of storage solutions includes products from EMC and IBM. Both companies offer solid products

small enterprises  Criteria for Small/Medium Enterprises Small and medium enterprises often find that their “short list” of storage solutions includes products from EMC and IBM. Both companies offer solid products. Hardware/software costs are, for the most part, similar. And both companies offer solid service and support. So, when choosing between these two vendors, what criteria should you use to determine which product best suits your storage needs? Download this advisory now to find out. Read More...
Putting “Big Company” Strategies to Work for Small to Midsized Businesses
In today’s economy, small businesses’ primary differentiator is service. If systems are down, then customer service levels are down too, ultimately hurting the

small enterprises  Strategies to Work for Small to Midsized Businesses In today’s economy, small businesses’ primary differentiator is service. If systems are down, then customer service levels are down too, ultimately hurting the business and the bottom line. This can make giving up control over critical IT systems daunting. However, surveys show that 55 percent of large companies plan to increase their IT spending with external service providers. Find out what they know that you don’t. Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics SL Case Study - Distribution: EJ Enterprises


small enterprises  Dynamics SL Case Study - Distribution: EJ Enterprises Read More...
ERP for Small and Midsized Companies: Time for a Decision
Until recently, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was rarely considered for use in smaller firms, as core benefits—better business management via

small enterprises  for Small and Midsized Companies: Time for a Decision Until recently, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was rarely considered for use in smaller firms, as core benefits—better business management via coordinated, standardized information and analysis—were often outweighed by costs and complexities of ERP systems. A variety of options have emerged to overcome concerns of the past. Read on the key considerations in an ERP decision and critical implementation factors. Read More...
Big Ideas for Small Business, Inc.
Big Ideas for Small Business provides small business ideas and advice from Barbara Weltman, whose work has included contributing to The Wall Street Journal and

small enterprises  Ideas for Small Business, Inc. Big Ideas for Small Business provides small business ideas and advice from Barbara Weltman, whose work has included contributing to The Wall Street Journal and U.S. News & World Report. Read More...
MPS in European and US Enterprises
The printing environment is now an integral part of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that use managed print services (MPSs) are seeing reduced cost and

small enterprises  in large, mid-sized and small organisations. Its analyst team is made up of real-world practitioners with first-hand experience of ITC delivery, who continuously research and track the industry in the following key areas: Business process evolution and enablement Enterprise solutions and integration Business intelligence and reporting Communications, collaboration and mobility Infrastructure and IT systems management Systems security and end-point management Utility computing and delivery of IT as a Read More...
Call Center Buyer’s Guide for Small and Midsized Businesses
If you''d like to know how a call center solution can boost revenues and enhance customer service, the call center buyer''s guide for small and midsi...

small enterprises  Center Buyer’s Guide for Small and Midsized Businesses If you''d like to know how a call center solution can boost revenues and enhance customer service , the Call Center Buyer''s Guide for Small and Midsized Businesses is for you. In straightforward language, this guide will fill you in on state-of-the-art call center solutions , the benefits they offer your company, the choices you have in terms of features and options, what you can expect to pay, and even the questions to ask before you buy. You''ll Read More...
Your Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense
In the Aberdeen report Think Your Organization Is Too Small for ERP?

small enterprises  Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense Your Business is Too Small for ERP? - Nonsense If you think your company is too small for an enterprise resource planning system (ERP), consider this: Today, many small and midsized businesses (SMBs) are reaping the cost, efficiency, and competitive advantages of an ERP system. In the Aberdeen report Think Your Organization Is Too Small for ERP? Think Again you''ll find out how companies like yours are employing ERP systems—and consistently out-performing thei Read More...
Fabcon: Small Beginnings. Big Success
Learn how Fabcon, once a small manufacturing company and now the premier sheet metal shop in Southern California catapulted its 55 percent on-time rate in 1993

small enterprises  Small Beginnings. Big Success Learn how Fabcon, once a small manufacturing company and now the premier sheet metal shop in Southern California catapulted its 55 percent on-time rate in 1993 to a 97 percent on-time rate a year later through business vertical integration and the help of Global Shop Solutions enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Read More...
TEC 2014 HCM Buyer’s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises
How do you treat humans as capital? The concept of human capital depends on its two parts: what we understand by

small enterprises  2014 HCM Buyer’s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises How do you treat humans as capital? The concept of human capital depends on its two parts: what we understand by human and what defines something as capital. The supporting technology then is a shape-giving agent to what human capital management (HCM) or human resources (HR) departments can become. This buyer’s guide examines high-level features offered by HCM technology vendors. In addition, the guide looks at what to consider when Read More...

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