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Consider These Essentials for your NEW ERP Solution
An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a significant investment for any enterprise. A functional ERP system that benefits a company should contain the following essential components: A to Z modular functionality, high value proposition, your way of doing business, leverage technology; and proof with a configured demo. Learn the basics about these components and how they can benefit your enterprise.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: Consider These Essentials for your NEW ERP Solution Consider These Essentials for your NEW ERP Solution Source: Software Works, Inc Document Type: White Paper Description: An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a significant investment for any enterprise. A functional ERP system that benefits a company should contain the following essential components: A to Z modular functionality, high value proposition, your way of doing business, leverage technology; and proof with a configured demo. Learn the
5/25/2005 10:37:00 AM

SCM Software for Mills
Demand for mill products especially in the metals and packaging industry is growing fast. This presents a good opportunity for the software vendors who cater to the needs of customers in these industries.But these industries have some unique requirements which are discussed throughout this article. Supply chain management software which does planning and execution for manufacturing, transportation, distribution etc. for mills industry, needs to address these unique requirements.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: SCM Software for Mills SCM Software for Mills Ashfaque Ahmed - July 17, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Mills produce very different products than products which are made in a typical process or discrete manufacturing. Mill products contain order specific attributes like width, surface finish, length, chemical composition, physical and chemical tolerance limits, and standard product specification (either company specific or more common industry specific). Mill products can be in the form of coils, rolls,
7/17/2004

The Top 3 Points to Consider When Selecting a Human Resources Information System
You probably already know that a human resources information system (HRIS) should track all information on current and former employees, and reduce your HR staff’s workload. Not sure what lies beyond that? There are a few things you should know before selecting an HRIS. Find out how to identify your HR needs, so your HRIS can help you reach your business objectives—and give you a quick return on investment (ROI).

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: The Top 3 Points to Consider When Selecting a Human Resources Information System The Top 3 Points to Consider When Selecting a Human Resources Information System Source: People ROA Document Type: White Paper Description: You probably already know that a human resources information system (HRIS) should track all information on current and former employees, and reduce your HR staff’s workload. Not sure what lies beyond that? There are a few things you should know before selecting an HRIS. Find out how to
12/31/2007 11:55:00 AM

Introducing Packaged Solutions: Why Enterprise Software Customers Should Understand and Consider Packaged Solutions
Information technology (IT) projects tend to run late, over-budget, or do not meet planned goals. Implementation risk is a critical factor. Packaged solutions modularize the implementation process into smaller, well-defined units that are easier to manage and less expensive to deploy than traditional methods. This white paper discusses why enterprise software customers should consider packaged solutions.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: Introducing Packaged Solutions: Why Enterprise Software Customers Should Understand and Consider Packaged Solutions Introducing Packaged Solutions: Why Enterprise Software Customers Should Understand and Consider Packaged Solutions Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Information technology (IT) projects tend to run late, over-budget, or do not meet planned goals. Implementation risk is a critical factor. Packaged solutions modularize the implementation process into smaller, well-defined
3/14/2011 3:04:00 PM

Garbage In, Garbage Out
We have all heard the phrase: “garbage in, garbage out.” When any company evaluates a customer relationship management (CRM) system, this is always one of the first expressions to come up. And yet we see company after company for which this is the exact problem. How can you make sure that this doesn’t happen to you?

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: Garbage In, Garbage Out Garbage In, Garbage Out Source: Oncontact Software Document Type: White Paper Description: We have all heard the phrase: “garbage in, garbage out.” When any company evaluates a customer relationship management (CRM) system, this is always one of the first expressions to come up. And yet we see company after company for which this is the exact problem. How can you make sure that this doesn’t happen to you? Garbage In, Garbage Out style= border-width:0px; />   comments
7/26/2006 3:02:00 PM

IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 1 » The TEC Blog
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 1 » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: BPM, BRMS, business process management, business rules management system, ibm, ibm websphere, ilog, SCM, service oriented architecture, soa, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
19-09-2008

ERP and SCM ImplementationsPart Two: Interfaces and Priorities
To a large extent, software packages do work out of the box. Packages that do not perform perfectly or as users would expect is when dissatisfaction arises. These can be dealt with in a rational manner through the employment of effective project and change management procedures. However, an area that typically creates problems, whether expected or not, is the development of interfaces between proprietary software that cannot be replaced.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: ERP and SCM Implementations Part Two: Interfaces and Priorities ERP and SCM Implementations Part Two: Interfaces and Priorities Joseph Strub - April 9, 2004 Read Comments Interfaces To a large extent, software packages do work out of the box. Packages that do not perform perfectly or as users would expect is when dissatisfaction arises. This dissatisfaction can be dealt with in a rational manner through the employment of effective project and change management procedures. However, an area that typically
4/9/2004

E-CRM in Your Enterprise
In today’s global marketplace, subtle and complex changes in consumer relationships can directly impact your brand equity, owing mainly to an unprecedented glut in information. Add to this consumer expectations for seamless, consistent service, and you’ll find it a challenge to attract, serve, and retain your customers. So how can you transition intelligently to the e-customer relationship management (CRM) model today?

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: E-CRM in Your Enterprise E-CRM in Your Enterprise Source: Aalpha Document Type: White Paper Description: In today’s global marketplace, subtle and complex changes in consumer relationships can directly impact your brand equity, owing mainly to an unprecedented glut in information. Add to this consumer expectations for seamless, consistent service, and you’ll find it a challenge to attract, serve, and retain your customers. So how can you transition intelligently to the e-customer relationship
8/5/2008 3:04:00 PM

What Is ERP in 2010?
What Is ERP in 2010? Select best enterprise resources planning (ERP) systems selection for your organization requierments.Free download. When the term “enterprise resource planning” (ERP) was introduced, it applied primarily to the planning and management of resources needed to manufacture goods. Today, however, most business decision makers realize that their enterprises rely upon resources, and that planning is essential to optimize how those resources are acquired, allocated, and used. Learn how the definition of ERP has evolved, and what it means today.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: What Is ERP in 2010? What Is ERP in 2010? Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: When the term “enterprise resource planning” (ERP) was introduced, it applied primarily to the planning and management of resources needed to manufacture goods. Today, however, most business decision makers realize that their enterprises rely upon resources, and that planning is essential to optimize how those resources are acquired, allocated, and used. Learn how the definition of ERP has evolved,
3/2/2010 10:44:00 AM

SAP SCM—Stepping Out of Obscurity
TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic examines new SAP products for supply chain executives to expand beyond the traditional boundaries of SCM, PLM, and ERP. Major new SAP products are being released in the realms of supply chain management (SCM), manufacturing execution systems (MES), and product lifecycle management (PLM). TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic examines the solutions that SAP is offering for supply chain executives to expand beyond the traditional boundaries of SCM, PLM, and enterprise resource planning (ERP).

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: aforementioned supply chain variability factors. The system is able to measure, visualize, and act on these sources of variability, while what-if simulation capabilities help with regard to continuous improvement of customer service levels, i.e., increased order fill rates and on-time delivery and reduced out-of-stocks and order lead-time variability. Other typical performance improvements include reduced inventory and working capital as well as inventory carrying and obsolescence costs. Improved planner
2/28/2012 5:45:00 PM

Stream-Based Architecture of Software Configuration Management (SCM)
Most software configuration management (SCM) systems rely on metadata annotations to support basic system operations, such as computing the contents of software configurations. With AccuRev, configurations are first-class objects called

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SCM: Stream-Based Architecture of Software Configuration Management (SCM) Stream-Based Architecture of Software Configuration Management (SCM) Source: AccuRev Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Most software configuration management (SCM) systems rely on metadata annotations to support basic system operations, such as computing the contents of software configurations. With AccuRev, configurations are first-class objects called streams, whose contents aren t defined in terms of metadata annotations
1/10/2007 11:57:00 AM


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