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Not Small Change: World-class Financial Automation Delivers Dramatic Benefits
Automating finance processes@such as closing the books, reporting, and other labor-intensive processes@reduces finance costs. By streamlining financial

telecommunication cartoon  for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) network for its financial services customers, Microsoft simply tapped into SWIFTNet, the industry cooperative s security-enhanced messaging platform. By leveraging the same network and processes banks use, the company is able to connect to additional banking partners and gain visibility into more of its accounts. We developed a vision, ultimately called Project Fort Knox, for Microsoft to become a direct participant on SWIFT and make that the Read More

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Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions for telecommunications providers typically provide mediation; provisioning; retail rating and billing; reporting; financial systems; packages, discoun...
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Agilera: Making E-Business Agile
Last spring, the ASP market witnessed the arrival of an Application Service Provider designed to help organizations adapt to the rapidly changing IT environment

telecommunication cartoon  pursuing ASP initiatives. Additionally, telecommunication providers (AT&T, MCI, Lucent, Nortel) have launched infrastructure support for ASP's. Finally, even the software vendors themselves (i.e., PeopleSoft, Lawson, Oracle, SAP, etc) are creating Application Service Provider business practices. The resulting challenge is Agilera must establish partnerships and a sizable implementation/support track record before the market outpaces its efforts. BOTTOM LINE Vendor Predictions Agilera has the opportunity Read More
A VoIP Primer-Everything You Need to Know about VoIP
Are you considering voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for your organization? We’ll take a comprehensive look at how VoIP works, and what you should know

telecommunication cartoon  1996, when the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) adopted the H.323 communications standard for the Net, VoIP started. One of the first general appearances was via Microsoft Messenger and the chat facility. It worked because the user's computer had a set of chips allowing bidirectional conversion between analog and digital, and the user provided a plug-in microphone. Around 1991 Motorola introduced very low-cost high-speed integrated chips to handle analog-to-digital/digital-to-analog (ATD/DTA) c Read More
Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level
Product managers in product companies are trying to develop applications that support multilingual functionality. Multinational corporations use multilingual

telecommunication cartoon  for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) gateway, and a sanctions-screening product, which was meant to block cross-border fund transfers suspected of having links to terrorism, money laundering, and other nefarious activities. Since SEPA intrinsically involves cross-border fund transfers, all transactions had to be screened by the sanctions screening application, which would approve a transaction or block it depending upon the outcome of verifications being implemented against various Read More
A Portrait of the Enterprise Software User in the Education Industry
Educational institutions are being driven by new technologies and changing student demographics to dramatically change the way they deliver their services. And

telecommunication cartoon  mobile computing devices, declining telecommunication costs, and the availability of streaming video and broadband Internet technologies have led to substantial growth in the distance education and e-learning industry—a market poised to reach US$107 billion by 2015 . Many educational institutions today are faced with increased costs as a result of reduced public funding. For example, a recent report issued by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers illustrates that public funding in Canada represents 57% Read More
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 1: The News
Oracle seems to have been trying hard to find a magic formula to ramp up its declining applications revenue. Targeting the lower end of the market with the

telecommunication cartoon  data center providers and telecommunication companies) to host, manage and distribute services via the Internet as a part of the Oracle Online Partner Network program. Also, at the beginning of June, Oracle announced its plans to host the e-Procurement application called Procure-to-Pay . Oracle guarantees the implementation in 30 days, with the price tag of approximately $235,000 to install and operate for the first year. Afterwards, Oracle plans to charge a $5 fee per purchase order line, with a minimum Read More
Analysis of TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. Release of Menu Driven Wireless Web Capability For SMS
The advent of menu driven wireless web capabilities for SMS (Short Message Service) will allow carriers to offer their subscribers fully personalized web based

telecommunication cartoon  of TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. Release of Menu Driven Wireless Web Capability For SMS Analysis of TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. Release of Menu Driven Wireless Web Capability For SMS P. Hayes - May 11, 2000 Event Summary In April TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS), a leading developer of software applications that enable wireless carriers and enterprises to extend their capabilities to wireless devices, announced the availability of Interactive Menus, a new capability of the TCS Short Read More
Nuxeo Content Management Platform, a Backgrounder
Nuxeo sees its content management product as the base for organizations to create their own content-centric business applications. The company offers some

telecommunication cartoon  of features. A large telecommunication and mobile broadband provider implemented a system to securely communicate contracts, invoices, and documentation with its enterprise clients. Key factors of the system included security features, with fine-grained read/write settings and the ability to handle high usage volumes. The Indianapolis Museum of Art had an interesting project in which it needed to relate and track the information and processes concerning each item in its collection. Using a Nuxeo-based Read More
Management Strategy for Network Critical Physical Infrastructure
Network-critical physical infrastructure includes power, cooling, racks and physical structure, security and fire protection, cabling, management systems, and

telecommunication cartoon  Information Technology (IT) and Telecommunication Networks reside as seen in Figure 1. This includes: Power Cooling Racks & Physical Structure Security & Fire Protection Cabling Management Systems Service At first look, these components seem similar to those in building systems. Almost all buildings have a power, air conditioning, environmental monitoring, and security infrastructure in place. What distinguishes these systems from NCPI is the focus on availability of computing resources. The primary Read More
Sagent Technology Teams for Telco e-Business
Sagent Technology has announced a new vertical application for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) e-commerce. They have partnered with DSET to use Sagent’s spatial

telecommunication cartoon  accuracy and value of telecommunication companies' customers and prospects information by seamlessly verifying across multiple platforms, including the Internet, correct address information, adding widely available third-party demographic data, and performing spatial analysis from the service point to the customer's destination. By doing so, the telecommunications customers' proximity to the local exchange service is determined, enabling more precise and timely deployments of DSL service. We chose to Read More
Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

telecommunication cartoon  bandwidth utilization for the telecommunication link. A workstation only requires one client software installation, and can be configured to operate as a thin client (via an AOS connection) or a fat client directly connected to the database. In addition, the AOS can operate as a clustered server to support redundancy without requiring extensive hardware infrastructure. This concludes Part One of a three-part note. Part Two will detail the design factors related to system usage in distribution. Part Three Read More
IBM and Deutsche Telecom Announce Plans for 100 Terabyte Data Warehouse
According to an announcement by International Business Machines on Thursday December 16, 1999, IBM is working with German telecommunications services company

telecommunication cartoon  is working with German telecommunications services company Deutsche Telekom to assemble the largest data warehouse in the world. When complete, the warehouse will contain up to 100 terabytes of customer and call records, to be used for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications. The warehouse will be built by T-Nova, Deutsche Telekom's systems integration subsidiary, and will use IBM's RS/6000 SP parallel processing servers and IBM's DB2 Universal Database. The customer expects to have 25 Read More
Business Intelligence Standardization
Business intelligence (BI) is often an area of friction between information technology (IT) (who provide information) and the business users (who need it to do

telecommunication cartoon  a full range of telecommunication services: local, international, and mobile telephony; internet and multimedia; data transport; and cable TV broadcasting. Over the last few years, the organization has used information systems as a major strategic weapon in the battle between telecommunications operators. One of their major initiatives was to reduce data inconsistency and share information more effectively across business areas by implementing corporate-wide standards for information management software. Read More
Customer Life Cycle Solutions: Strategic Alliances, Challenges, & User Recommendations
Collaboration between Amdocs and SAS, if truly committed to by both, should make it possible to collect and analyze information stored in these Amdocs' systems,

telecommunication cartoon  management (CRM) solutions to telecommunication companies. Part three of the Amdocs Overhauls Its Marketing series. In addition to its new partnership with IBM , (See Part Two ) in mid-February, Amdocs and SAS Institute , the world's leader in business intelligence (BI) software, announced that they have formed a global strategic alliance to deliver advanced marketing automation (MA) and decision-centric BI solutions to CSPs. Together, the two companies pledge to enable CSPs to better track and analyze Read More
Thinking Radically: Dr. Morten Middelfart, CTO of TARGIT
In 1997, TARGIT acquired Morton Systems, a company founded by Dr. Morten Middelfart and devoted to providing business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions.

telecommunication cartoon  Radically: Dr. Morten Middelfart, CTO of TARGIT In 1997, TARGIT acquired Morton Systems, a company founded by Dr. Morten Middelfart and devoted to providing business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions. Dr. Middelfart was then appointed chief technology offer (CTO) of TARGIT, and since then, he has become the technology and educational leader for TARGIT BI . [ Evaluate TARGIT BI using TEC Advisor.] With more than 20 years of experience in the software industry, an MBA from Henley University Read More

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