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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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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...
Seven Steps to Flawless Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) capabilities transform vast amounts of data into relevant information that organizations rely on to make decisions and manage

typical investment decisions  EVOLVE. Until now, the typical BI deployment has been to provide a specific capability at the departmental level. Most of these deployments have been successful. However, many of the older applications that supported them are now straining under the weight of a growing user base, more complex IT infrastructures, and the demand for greater collaboration across business functions. IT is also feeling the pressure - not only to maintain existing BI applications built on older architectures - but also to Read More...
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...
How Offshore Drilling Companies Realize ROI on an EAM Software Investment
Rig owners and operators today have an increased focus on asset integrity management (AIM) and risk management, and are reassessing their investments in

typical investment decisions  Offshore Drilling Companies Realize ROI on an EAM Software Investment Rig owners and operators today have an increased focus on asset integrity management (AIM) and risk management, and are reassessing their investments in enterprise asset management (EAM) software to ensure they have applications in place that are properly implemented and functional, ensure compliance with regulations, and adopt AIM best practices. This white paper discusses the EAM software features that can play a role in software Read More...
Return on Investment for Automatic Time and Labor Management
Card auditing and calculating takes a great deal of time, particularly for companies using full-time time-keepers to calculate and audit time cards. If the time

typical investment decisions  review, calculate, edit, and (typically) re-enter the data into a payroll system. However, automation reduces audit time by pre-processing punches against rules defined within the system. Read More...
Blade Computing and the Public Sector
Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward

typical investment decisions  Computing and the Public Sector Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward cost basis—does the investment pay back? But blade computing also offers advantages in terms of the ability to respond to business needs, which should make it a core part of public sector IT strategy. Read More...
Challenging Budget Decisions in School Districts Need Industrial Strength HR/Payroll Solutions
School districts today face the challenge of trying to operate within severe budgets. Administrators, superintendents and school trustees must come up with

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Implementing ERP Technology to Successfully Achieve Return on Investment
When it comes to software implementations, organizations large and small share the common goal of rapid deployment and return on investment. Small and medium

typical investment decisions  satisfied by vendors that typically serve the Fortune 1000 or tier one community. Such vendors may tout specialized SMB solutions , but many times they are nothing more than scaled-down versions of the larger enterprise suites that do not take into account SMB concerns. By following some fundamental concepts, smaller companies can make their technology investments pay off, with little disruption to the business. This paper discusses nine steps to easier ERP implementations and better profits. Read More...
Seeing the Big Picture: A Corporate Guide to Better Decisions through IT
Today’s small and midsize companies are destined to make uninformed decisions on an alarmingly regular basis. Executives simply do not have the relevant

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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...
Protect Your Business Intelligence Investment
You’re planning to upgrade your business intelligence (BI) solution and can’t wait for implementation. But are you sure of how to take advantage of its key

typical investment decisions  Your Business Intelligence Investment You’re planning to upgrade your business intelligence (BI) solution and can’t wait for implementation. But are you sure of how to take advantage of its key value drivers, or which functionalities are best for your organization? And can you anticipate—and minimize—implementation risks? Find out how an upgrade assessment done by experienced professionals can help you develop a proven upgrade plan and lower associated costs. Read More...
Business Analytics and the Path to Better Decisions
We live in an era of the “intelligent economy.” Organizations are recognizing the need for better intelligence about their business. But how far have we come

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Document Management Return on Investment Analysis
Find out how a document management system (DMS) can generate a significant return on investment (ROI) for small to midsized businesses (SMBs). The changes in

typical investment decisions  Management Return on Investment Analysis Find out how a document management system (DMS) can generate a significant return on investment (ROI) for small to midsized businesses (SMBs). The changes in technology pricing over the last 10 years have finally made it possible for SMBs to enjoy the same efficiencies provided by IT systems that large enterprises have enjoyed for decades. These advances in technology can now be applied with ease at the SMB level. Read More...

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