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IT Investment Decision Making: Getting to
Many technology sales cycles get bogged down in the IT department. But while it is unlikely that a sale will get anywhere without IT management buy-in, IT

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Quantum Retail: Challenging the
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed typical issues that retailers face in their cutthroat competitive environment and concluded that traditionally available

typical investment decisions  stock, etc. Beyond these typical sales and inventory metrics, Q also understands the following: When the issues happened, e.g. an out-of-stock on Monday has different gravity than out-of-stock on Saturday Variations in contributing factors such as lead times, lifecycle, and customer service level Variability and uniqueness in sales such as volatility, lumpiness, lost sales, demand vs. sales Finally, and perhaps most importantly, profitability metrics such as  gross margin return on inventory investment Read More...
ERP Systems Buyer’s Guide
The implementation of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to automate business processes is a strategic investment. Buying the right system and

typical investment decisions  basic activities that a typical business requires, in a similar way. For instance, the finance department in most of the companies has ERP modules of general ledgers along with sales and purchase ledgers. Such commoditization of features, complemented with standardized sales process by most of the vendors, leaves the buyers confused. In such a scenario, choosing the right vendor/implementation partner becomes as important as selection of an ERP package with the right features. It is advisable to prepare Read More...
Gain More from Your IT Projects
IT investments are not a magic pill that will remedy business problems, but if used properly, they can help. Businesses should set business-oriented objectives

typical investment decisions  compile all data collected Typical Project Phases Project initiation Business/ GAP analysis Customization development Installation and configuration User training Live operations Cutover assistance The ROI assessment shouldn''t stop after the project closes. It should continue for at least six months or more. When the cutover of the parallel, running and live computer systems have been completed and migrated to the new system, the measurements should still continue. However, at times, the variables used Read More...
Enterprise Phone Systems Buyer’s Guide
Implementing or upgrading an enterprise phone system is a strategic investment for any large enterprise. To reach an informed decision, you should understand

typical investment decisions  taken care of, a typical full-featured hosted PBX service, with unlimited calling (local as well as long distance), can cost between $25 and $70 per extension per month. The main cost components for a hosted IP PBX solution are: One-time cost - This cost includes buying the required hardware (in case of buying a new phone system) and the cost of installation and activation; this initial cost varies from $280 to $330 per user and has the following components: System setup - Includes the system Read More...
The Proof Is in the ROI
A well-thought out, comprehensive ROI (return on investment) marketing and sales program is becoming a must in today''s difficult business to business (B2B

typical investment decisions  Proof Is in the ROI Introduction In helping clients develop their marketing position, I tell them that sooner or later, they have to dig down to uncover the truth about their products. Not what they think (and hope) is the products'' true nature and value, or what it was designed to be, but the real, bedrock truth. Digging takes effort, and you may not find what you thought was down there. But it''s necessary, because you had better be able to prove any claim you make. Positioning depends on being able Read More...
Increasing the Value of Your Enterprise Through Improved Supply Chain Decisions Part 3: Conclusion
There remains no shortage of experts and solutions that purport to have the keys to improving your supply chain. However, executives who bear bottom line

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SAP Announces Investment in Catalyst International
ERP giant SAP AG announced on September 1 that it had acquired nearly a 10% stake in warehouse management system (WMS) vendor, Catalyst International Inc.

typical investment decisions  Announces Investment in Catalyst International SAP Announces Investment in Catalyst International S. McVey - September 1st, 1999 Event Summary ERP giant SAP AG announced on September 1 that it had acquired nearly a 10% stake in warehouse management system (WMS) vendor, Catalyst International Inc. In return, Catalyst will drop its NT platform development plans, and provide customer training, consulting and product customization services for SAP Logistics Execution System (LES), at its Supply Chain Execut Read More...
Leveraging Customer Lifetime Value to Increase Return on Marketing Investment (ROMI)
As one-to-one marketing begins to permeate mainstream business practices, organizations in highly competitive markets struggle to gain an advantage. Thus, as

typical investment decisions  Customer Lifetime Value to Increase Return on Marketing Investment (ROMI) As one-to-one marketing begins to permeate mainstream business practices, organizations in highly competitive markets struggle to gain an advantage. Thus, as part of an ongoing effort to differentiate products and services, best-in-breed organizations are now using a tool called “customer lifetime value,” a metric that projects a customer’s value over the entire span of that customer s relationship with a company. Read More...
Seagate Software ''Crystallizes'' Its New Name: Crystal Decisions
Seagate Software has announced a new chapter in its corporate history by changing its name to Crystal Decisions. Crystal Decisions is an information

typical investment decisions  Software ''Crystallizes'' Its New Name: Crystal Decisions Seagate M. Reed - April 10, 2001 Event Summary Seagate Software has announced a new chapter in its corporate history by changing its name to Crystal Decisions . Crystal Decisions is an information infrastructure company that is a market leader in reporting, analysis and information delivery through its flagship product, Crystal Reports. As of November 2000, Crystal Decisions attained new ownership through the privatization of its former parent Read More...
Achieving Business Value with Network and Application Visibility
This white paper analyzes the return on investment (ROI) that customers can expect from their enterprise network solution, based on interviews with customers

typical investment decisions  Business Value with Network and Application Visibility This white paper analyzes the return on investment (ROI) that customers can expect from their enterprise network solution, based on interviews with customers. Additionally, you will read about the business case for proactively managing network and application performance. Get the visibility you need to achieve your IT objectives. Download this white paper today. Read More...
Effective GRC Management: Strategies for Mitigating Risks and Sustaining Growth in the Tough Economy
A core responsibility among company leaders is to understand the potential return on any investment. So how do executives justify budgeting and spending on

typical investment decisions  GRC Management: Strategies for Mitigating Risks and Sustaining Growth in the Tough Economy A core responsibility among company leaders is to understand the potential return on any investment. So how do executives justify budgeting and spending on governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) management when the return on investment (ROI) is not clear? This paper presents survey results showing that executives are viewing effective GRC management as opportunities for corporate growth. Read More...
Increasing the Value of Your Enterprise Through Improved Supply Chain Decisions
Improving the decision process around inventory and supply chain flexibility will drive sustainable, measurable benefits in the near term that are

typical investment decisions  basic functions in a typical business organization: finance, marketing, and production/operations, excluding support and infrastructure. Stevenson 3 describes all of the activities that are directly related to producing goods or providing services as part of operations. He defines operations as activities that add value during the transformation process into which inputs are received and from which outputs are delivered. Inputs and outputs can be products, services or information. The people and assets Read More...
Accelerating Return on Investment through B2B Outsourcing
With an uncertain future, if you want to continue growing you must step away from “business as usual” and focus on keeping operations lean and efficient. Top

typical investment decisions  Return on Investment through B2B Outsourcing With an uncertain future, if you want to continue growing you must step away from “business as usual” and focus on keeping operations lean and efficient. Top-level executives have directed managers to restructure and cut costs. For chief information officers (CIOs), restructuring often means consolidating IT resources to eliminate redundancy. But today, managers must look past the numbers and evaluate long-term benefits. Read More...
Increasing the Value of Your Enterprise Through Improved Supply Chain Decisions Part 2: Financial Metrics
If the key financial metrics for creating corporate value relate to costs, capital charges and consumption, and profitability, then the corporate capabilities

typical investment decisions  of costs that are typically captured under other categories. All of the incremental charges you pay to store, move, insure and pay taxes on inventory that isn''t selling are part of your supply chain costs. The financing charges are part of the weighted average cost of capital that is affected directly by inventory decisions. Supply Chain Capability #2 -Optimizing Operational Cycle Time For this discussion, the term cycle time denotes the total time elapsed from the time an order is received until the Read More...

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