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Selecting Software: A Systematic Approach to Buying Software
In our new “wired” world, software is no less important than other products and services in our everyday lives. But people are generally more used to buying other products and services than software. In many ways, however, selecting software is similar to selecting other products and services. Find out the key factors and criteria you should include—and what you should leave out—when you’re in the market for a new software solution.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: Selecting Software: A Systematic Approach to Buying Software Selecting Software: A Systematic Approach to Buying Software Source: HyperOffice Document Type: White Paper Description: In our new “wired” world, software is no less important than other products and services in our everyday lives. But people are generally more used to buying other products and services than software. In many ways, however, selecting software is similar to selecting other products and services. Find out the key factors and
4/7/2009 10:03:00 AM

The Definitive Guide to Talent Mobility
A systematic talent mobility strategy enables organizations to more effectively acquire, align, develop, engage, and retain high-performing and potential talent by implementing a consistent, repeatable, and global process for talent rotation. This report explores considerations for approaching and deploying the strategy and supporting technology and the significant business benefits that it affords.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: White Paper Description: A systematic talent mobility strategy enables organizations to more effectively acquire, align, develop, engage, and retain high-performing and potential talent by implementing a consistent, repeatable, and global process for talent rotation. This report explores considerations for approaching and deploying the strategy and supporting technology and the significant business benefits that it affords. The Definitive Guide to Talent Mobility style= border-width:0px; />  
1/18/2011 1:57:00 PM

Cost Reduction of a Product through Value Analysis and Value Engineering
Value analysis and value engineering (VAVE) is a systematic process for analyzing the functions of a project, product, process, system, design, or service in order to achieve essential functions at the lowest life cycle cost. VAVE methods are very important and useful in driving down product costs, which helps companies retain market share and sustain their profitability. Learn how.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: engineering (VAVE) is a systematic process for analyzing the functions of a project, product, process, system, design, or service in order to achieve essential functions at the lowest life cycle cost. VAVE methods are very important and useful in driving down product costs, which helps companies retain market share and sustain their profitability. Learn how. Cost Reduction of a Product through Value Analysis and Value Engineering style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source:
5/6/2010 9:27:00 AM

Fear of the Unknown, the Art of War, and Competitiveness
It is not unusual to use the metaphor of war to construct theories of business competition—substituting competing vendors for the mortal enemy. But what about the enemy within? And what if it is in fact a company's strongest resource?

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: Microsiga, competition, Latin American software market, market variations, enterprise software, competition factors, consumer education, protectionist policies, business objectives, enterprise management.
9/15/2006

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 2
Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) offers the opportunity for considerable improvement in efficiency as well as cost reductions. SLM enables companies and their suppliers to successfully synchronize information.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: Prior to SLM, real-time systematic inbound planning and optimization was not a reality. Companies were forced to plan inbound shipments based on stale and dated information from suppliers. Many company s models were not scalable, requiring their suppliers to call shipments into dispatch centers for carrier routing information. This inefficient approach excludes opportunities for consolidation and continuous moves, resulting in a rudimentary view of the supply chain instead of a holistic one. SLM provides
1/23/2002

Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data
Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data.Reports and Other Software System to Use In Your System for Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data. Imperfect product data can erode your gross margin, frustrate both your customers and your employees, and slow new sales opportunities. The proven safeguards are automated data cleansing, systematic management of data processes, and margin optimization. Real dollars can be reclaimed in the supply chain by making certain that every byte of product information is accurate and synchronized, internally and externally.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: are automated data cleansing, systematic management of data processes, and margin optimization. Real dollars can be reclaimed in the supply chain by making certain that every byte of product information is accurate and synchronized, internally and externally. Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Data Cleansing,   Data Quality,   Product Data Management (PDM)
6/20/2006 9:23:00 AM

Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and SensePart Two: The Impact on Real Costs
High-level strategic decisions often have multiple, cascading cost impacts. The reaction of the costs to changes in the supply chain system is not predictable in a simple relationship that is based on current standard costs, because strategic changes often involve step changes in costs that alter the balance of fixed and variable costs.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: analytical support. Develop a Systematic Decision Infrastructure - Companies should establish a standardized infrastructure to enable systematic and fact-based decision-making. Such an infrastructure should consist of a decision-making process, supporting toolsets that provide the analytical framework and standardized information that feeds the toolset to support a broad array of decisions. This will allow companies to effectively and reliably predict the impact of supply chain decisions on their
7/22/2003

Four Common ERP Implementation Mistakes
Explore four common enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation mistakes. Take your business to the next level! Free Download. White papers offer no shortage of advice about what best practices can lead to enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation success. But equally important is a thorough understanding of what practices are to be avoided during an implementation. This white paper reviews four “worst practices” that should be avoided at all costs—unless you want to go out of your way to cause your ERP implementation to fail.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: of Implementation Process , Systematic Implementation , Receiving End of an Implementation , Managing Implementation , Implementation Mistakes , Implementation Errors , Implementation White Papers , Implementation Management , Strategy Implementation , Implementation/Definition , Implementation Manager , Implementation Methodology , Implementation Guidelines , Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions , ERP Implemented , Implementation Project Plan , ERP Implementation Specialist . In the process of
5/27/2010 4:07:00 PM

Sustained Growth through Operational Excellence: Spotlight on Operations
Sustained Growth through Operational Excellence: Spotlight on Operations. Find IT Solutions and Other Applications for Your Decision Associated with Operational Excellence. Embarking on an operational excellence strategy should not be undertaken lightly. As with most company-wide initiatives, success requires planning, commitment, measurement, and continuous follow-up. Find out what senior executives from around the world think about how to achieve operational excellence, and the questions you need to ask to develop a winning operations strategy and achieve sustained growth.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: of a broad and systematic effort to achieve excellence across the entire value chain. The more experience executives have with operational excellence strategies, the more benefits they see. Over three-quarters of survey respondents with operational excellence experience cited lower costs or improved efficiency as among the top three benefits, and half of them cited increased revenues. About 22% of companies with formal operational excellence strategies had both reduced costs and improved customer
3/16/2009 9:30:00 AM

ERP and PLM: Defining Their Roles and Creating a Collaborative Environment for Success
ERP and PLM: Defining Their Roles and Creating a Collaborative Environment for Success. Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Report Defining the ERP and PLM. Manufacturers’ business needs have changed significantly over the past few years, evolving the roles that technology plays within the manufacturing process. Two key technologies—enterprise resource planning (ERP) and product lifecycle management (PLM)—have developed into key success factors for manufacturers and when combined, provide a collaborative environment that adds value and helps in maintaining a competitive edge.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: ERP and PLM: Defining Their Roles and Creating a Collaborative Environment for Success ERP and PLM: Defining Their Roles and Creating a Collaborative Environment for Success Source: Omnify Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Manufacturers’ business needs have changed significantly over the past few years, evolving the roles that technology plays within the manufacturing process. Two key technologies—enterprise resource planning (ERP) and product lifecycle management (PLM)—have developed
10/16/2007 11:09:00 AM

Zooming into an Inventory Free Flow
FreeFlow, a provider of business services with a patented technology, aims to help companies improve product life cycle profitability by providing a unique, online auction platform where companies can reduce their at-risk and excess inventory.

SYSTEMATIC THEORIES: the proactive identification and systematic reduction of at-risk and excess inventory. Founded in 2001, self-funded, and profitable virtually from the word go, FreeFlow has since provided many renowned high-tech manufacturers with business services and technology in a subscription-based, turnkey solution. These services and technology have enabled some customers to yield higher margins, increase their inventory throughput, and improve their cash flow while avoiding channel conflict, and to reduce overall
1/30/2007


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