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The Wizardry of Business Process Management: Part 5
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

writing sops  performance. Thus, there is some writing on the wall for Pega to look for customers in other industries, and to appeal to smaller customers across the board. Based on the earnings results that Pega has reported over the past couple of years, the company has been able to buck the trend and grow both overall revenues and license revenues. In August 2009, the company had to increase its guidance as the company believes that both its market presence and success will continue both in its traditional core Read More...
Configure Price Quote (CPQ)
Configure, price, and quote (CPQ) solutions (sometimes known as quote-to-order, or Q2O, systems) help drive sales effectiveness by supporting configuration and pricing activities and the generat...
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It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations

writing sops  programming development, i.e., for writing source code, compiling it and making it executable code. In contrast to that, workflow modeling within ResponsAbility does not require coding, compiling, server deployment, etc. Furthermore, the SaaS deployment model completely obviates the need to buy and install an IDE. It might be interesting to note here that Salesforce.com , when it started several years ago (and likely even still today) only had a fraction of customer relationship management (CRM) Read More...
The Subjective Criteria of ERP Selection
I hope our readers, to greater or lesser degrees, are familiar with our business software selection methodology—as we have been writing a lot on this matter

writing sops  methodology—as we have been writing a lot on this matter. But the lion’s share of these publications often refer to either the functional or technical sides of the selection process, or what type of business processes a future system can support and how can be achieved. Here, I would like to bring your attention to another aspect of business software selection that is also quite important and in some instances outweighs the other considerations—and can (sometimes surprisingly) tip the scales in Read More...
What Makes a Good IT White Paper Good… and a Bad IT White Paper Very, Very Bad…
A white paper is a document or “brief” (and yes, perhaps unfortunately, I mean “brief” in the sense of something that informs rather than something that is

writing sops  expert in white paper writing, says: white papers are “powerful marketing tools” (or, in a more hyperbolic moment on his blog, “atomic marketing weapons”). In spite of this underlying purpose, it is generally understood that a white paper—or at least a good one—shouldn’t be overtly “salesy.” Or, in other words, a white paper is not supposed to be an infomercial in silent portable document format. There are already a number of helpful online sources and books devoted to white paper Read More...
Fusion ioControl n5 Hybrid Storage Architecture
Conventional hybrid storage solutions use NVRAM (non-volatile RAM/flash) to cache data before writing to disk, then augment performance with an SSD read cache

writing sops  to cache data before writing to disk, then augment performance with an SSD read cache. While such solutions generally offer acceptable performance for small datasets, they are ultimately limited by the configuration and number of SSDs that can be deployed. In contrast, a hybrid storage approach can leverage PCle-based flash to provide better performance. Read this white paper to better understand the improvements and benefits of a PCIe flash hybrid. Read More...
Solving Six Common Challenges with ERP
Each day brings a new set of challenges for process manufacturers. Some of these challenges need to be addressed with personalized company policies and well

writing sops  ERP system, integrated ERP, inventory control, manufacturing ERP, lot tracability, material requirements planning Read More...
Your BI Solution At Info360 Conference and Expo, March 21-24, 2011 in Washington, DC
Take advantage of an all-inclusive exhibitor package for members of TEC's vendor community like yourself. It's a great opportunity for BI software vendors, VAR

writing sops  customers. That's why we're writing to you about the info360 Conference and Expo, March 21-24, 2011 in Washington, DC . With more than 20,000 attendees expected and a focus on the convergence of content and business intelligence, we believe it's an excellent opportunity for you to generate high-quality sales leads build stronger, more meaningful relationships with customers and prospects connect with new business and IT decision makers increase awareness about your company and its brand(s) meet with Read More...
GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct
GMAC is pushing for enterprise-wide web enablement of existing IT assets to support customer self-service platforms. NEON Systems’ Shadow Direct product gives

writing sops  applications which we were writing in Java. We also wanted to access DB2 data, and to hit COBOL sub-routines for remote procedure calls to DB2 and ADABAS data. That was one tall order, and I believe that there is no other product on the market that could have done the needed task as easily and effectively as Shadow Direct, said Nelson. GMAC Insurance's Lead Programmer/Analyst Jeff Sadler agreed. ADABAS isn't a true relational database (ADABAS is a DBMS from Software AG which is an inverted list DBMS Read More...
BI Showdown Becomes a Firing Squad
Sometimes you don’t want to read the glowing pros or vicious cons about how vendors address 1433 separate business intelligence software criteria. I think it

writing sops  with the idea of writing a short type of report (the vendor showdown) that graphically demonstrates how different enterprise products stack up, based on a few key high-level criteria. The recently published BI showdown garnered some strange scorn from readers firing comments at the article. A few thought it was talking about the top three vendors as opposed to three of the top vendors. Some, like in the following comment, thought it needed more detail. “These ‘results’ offer no information that Read More...
NetSuite OpenAir Now TEC Certified PPM for PSA Solution
TEC is pleased to announce that NetSuite OpenAir is now TEC Certified for product portfolio management for professional services automation (PPM for PSA) under

writing sops  is 100). I am writing a complete certification report for NetSuite’s OpenAir, with more on the product’s background, highlights, features and functions, and competitive strengths and weaknesses, as well as benchmarking analysis on different functionality areas. The full report will be available in a few weeks on the TEC 2013 Certification Reports page . Stay tuned for the report, and in the meantime, you can see how OpenAir stacks up against the competition in much greater detail using TEC’s Read More...
TEC Newsletter, What Makes it Worthy?
Do you still read tech/business industry e-mail newsletters? In the early days of the Web, I remember going to a conference talking about the importance of

writing sops  leave it. Instead we're writing a letter (an actual letter, not a laundry list) to be valuable in its own right, to the person receiving it. We're hoping to say here's why this news content is important to you. Our approach is to present a main focus on certain themes of the day, so the reader knows what is in it for him/her and why it's compelling. Here is how our new letter looks. You can see our designers gave it a much simpler layout so it would be easier to read. It lacks clutter. The key content Read More...
A Traditional
Rather than pursuing the usual route and writing our opinions and analyses of major market trends and then giving the pertinent vendors a chance for a factual

writing sops  more Darwinian approach, i.e., rewriting or integrating SOA applications portfolio progressively. Where to start depends highly on the application of critical importance and the attached customer benefit (addressing users beyond the enterprise boundaries, combining applications in a single user job centric portal view, etc.). The ability of a software vendor to support and partner with the customer is a critical vendor choice element for CIOs. The IT industry needs to standardize on one standard ( Read More...
How Modern Code Generation Works: An Insider’s Guide
To meet high user expectation for applications, your IT department must find ways to improve productivity and complete projects according to the latest

writing sops  wasting time on code writing and other repetitive tasks is agonizing. But application generators can automate and manage your development processes. Learn about the functionality that can benefit your company. Read More...
TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 1)
Welcome to TurtleSpice ERP, our new series on software selection!We’ll follow one company’s software selection process, from beginning to end—with your help

writing sops  created by our lunatic writing team. Read More...
It’s About Time “Legal” Got Involved
On May 16th, a press release surfaced describing a new ASP (Application Service Provider) serving the legal industry. Trouble is, the new company’s website

writing sops  at the time of writing, ASPORA's web presence was/is extremely limited. It lacks fundamental information such as company location, background, strategic partnership details, hosting information, and licensing data. It is rich (if not overly done) with flash-like graphics that lead to orphaned pages. Overall, the debut is slim. Could it be the marketing department got a little ahead of itself? Given time, perhaps ASPORA will catch up with its announcement, or simply fall victim to its own rhetoric. Read More...

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