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Going Lean Step By Step with IFS Applications
In the relentless pursuit of profitability and competitiveness, more and more companies are turning to lean manufacturing to reduce or eliminate waste in their

step  Lean Step By Step with IFS Applications In the relentless pursuit of profitability and competitiveness, more and more companies are turning to lean manufacturing to reduce or eliminate waste in their production processes. Once confined to the automotive industry, lean principles are becoming standard operating procedure in many industries today. The reason is simple: When implemented with a good performance management system, lean principles have a proven track record of operational and strategic Read More
Why Selecting an ERP System Is Like a 12-Step Recovery Program
So, I was looking over this article, and it suddenly occurred to me that there are uncanny similarities between AA’s 12-step program and the ERP selection

step  recovery? Find out! * Step 1 We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable. ERP selection translation : For “alcohol,” substitute “broken business processes” (by extension, for “alcoholics,” read “employees”). Step 2 ... came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. ERP selection translation : For “Power,” substitute project team. Step 3 ... made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of Read More
Frontstep (Nee Symix Systems) A Step Closer To A Turnaround
While Frontstep reported its fourth consecutive loss in Q2 2001, which was also the first quarter the company operated under the new name, the latest license

step  (Nee Symix Systems) A Step Closer To A Turnaround Frontstep (Nee Symix Systems) A Step Closer To A Turnaround P.J. Jakovljevic - February 26, 2001 Event Summary On January 24, Frontstep, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSTP), a leading provider of business systems for mid-sized distributors and manufacturers, announced financial results for the second quarter and six months ended December 31, 2000. Revenue from new license fees was $17.2 million, up 11% from the same quarter last year. Total revenue was $34.1 million, up Read More
The First Step in mySAP.com
Application Hosting with mySAP.com was introduced in January of 1999. Recently, SAP announced over 5,000 users in North America have embraced the initiative.

step  First Step in mySAP.com Event Summary On December 14th, at the eBusiness Conference & Expo in New York, SAP AG (NYSE ADR: SAP) announced over 5,000 users in North America have embraced Application Hosting with mySAP.com since January 1999. Application Hosting with mySAP.com enables small to medium-sized businesses to use business software over the Internet. By using Application Hosting with mySAP.com, customers can implement their inter-enterprise solution by using preconfigured applications known as Read More
TurboLinux Clusters One More Step Taken
TurboLinux Inc. debuted its anticipated TurboCluster Server, starting at $995 for two-node clusters. The product will scale to cluster 30 Intel-based servers.

step  Clusters One More Step Taken Event Summary October 26, 1999 - TurboLinux Inc. debuted its anticipated TurboCluster Server, starting at $995 for two-node clusters. The product will scale to cluster 30 Intel-based servers. To buoy the product, the San Francisco-based company will also announce a number of partners, including the Santa Cruz Operation and Compaq Computer Corp. SCO will provide consulting services for TurboLinux, with an emphasis on consulting for TurboCluster customers, officials of Read More
Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance
First quarter results tend to be Aspen Technologies’ weakest of the year and 1Q 2001 is no exception. There are signs that suggest the process manufacturing

step  Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance S. McVey - November 7, 2000 Event Summary Aspen Technology''s financial results for the first quarter ending September 30, 2000 fell short of last quarter''s results but typify the vendor''s cyclical business. License revenue decreased 31% to $32.6 million from the previous quarter of $47.3 million. A slight increase in service revenue softened the drop in total revenues, but Read More
10 Tips for Checking Your Software Implementer''s References
Your organization has selected to purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software—or any other type of software for that matter. The next step is to

step  that matter. The next step is to find the software provider that will deliver and implement the software for you. This can be the vendor, an independent software vendor (ISV), or an authorized reseller, often called a value-added reseller (VAR). Finding the right service provider for your organization is a challenging feat. Oftentimes, a positive reference from a company that has already performed software implementation with a selected VAR or software vendor seals the deal. But as references have the Read More
Architecting SANs for Successful Deployments
The first step to a successful storage area network (SAN) implementation is preplanning. Architecting a SAN not only helps solve issues of storage consolidation

step  Successful Deployments The first step to a successful storage area network (SAN) implementation is preplanning. Architecting a SAN not only helps solve issues of storage consolidation, it facilitates day-to-day data center support and maintenance. A SAN investment should save support dollars, not require additional support resources. With a sound implementation strategy, costly upgrades—and many headaches—can be avoided. Read More
The Role of Sales Training Requirements Definition and Requests for Proposals in the Success of Technology Companies
The first step in choosing an effectiveness service provider (ESP) that best meets your company''s needs is to develop a requirements definition. When used as a

step  your organization, the next step is to develop a set of requirements. These will serve as a foundation from which you will select a sales ESP, or define a curriculum for delivery by your internal sales training team. Broadly, ESP evaluation process can be divided into three parts: Requirements Definition : This is the process of defining your organization''s sales training needs, culminating in an RFP. Are you currently using a methodology? If so, what are its characteristics? Is the training strategic, Read More
Web 2.0: “Code Free” Siebel Web Service Integration
One of the most challenging areas in any Siebel implementation has traditionally been setting up and maintaining interfaces between Siebel and other back-end

step  XML document created in Step 3 into the Outbound view on the “Administration - Web Service” screen. Siebel now has the ability to call the external application by instantiating the imported Business Service and calling the appropriate methods. The challenge is now how to get the data into and out of a format that is appropriate for the Web Service. This will likely be the bulk of the work in the interface and the most common place where scripting is used. The Web Service can be called any number of Read More
The Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 2: Evaluation of ERP Software
If you’ve gone through the research phase while looking for ERP, the next major step is the evaluation process. At the end of it, you should have a shortlist of

step  , the first important step in any software selection project. Part 2 will describe the evaluation of the products available in the market to determine which one fits best for the needs and requirements defined during your research, which will help you create the shortlist that will be used to make the final decision. Once you have the list of main processes and the workflows that describe your business processes, you’re off to a very good start. Given a basic grasp of the different functional Read More
Building Talent Pipelines
Organizations need to define, attract, and develop critical talent. This paper outlines a 12-step methodology for building critical talent pipelines and

step  This paper outlines a 12-step methodology for building critical talent pipelines and provides insights into strategy and initiatives. Read More
Pervasive BI: the Next Step to Superior Decision-Making
Find out in improving organizational decision-making through pervasive business intelligence.

step  BI: the Next Step to Superior Decision-Making The body of evidence is growing: business intelligence (BI) and analytics lead to improved performance management and greater organizational competitiveness . That is why so many companies are turning to a solution that extends BI functionality to a wider range of internal and external stakeholders: pervasive BI. But since pervasive BI is more than simply distributing tools and reports to more decision makers, what exactly defines it? And how can you Read More
System Models and Simulation
Understanding how a system really works is the first step toward using, improving, automating, or explaining it to others. The basic concept of a system is that

step  works is the first step toward using, improving, automating, or explaining it to others. The basic concept of a system is that it is driven by cause and effect—but there is so much more to understanding its full complexity. The best place to start is by learning how causal loop diagrams (CLDs) are used to model dynamic systems by identifying variables and causal effects. Read More

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