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Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS) for the Health Care Industry
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A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 1
Throughout the late 1990s and the mid-2000s, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of a well-managed supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms

x part 1  same time, Manhattan introduced  X-suite Solutions (currently consisting of Flow Management and Extended Enterprise Management ) to address complex cross-functional business issues, such as collaborating with trading partners to efficiently communicate and ensure goods move smoothly to end customers at minimum cost. The vendor also introduced IBM Cognos -enabled supply chain intelligence (SCI) to enable the quick creation of dashboards, analytics, views, user-defined alerts, and key management reports. Read More...
Quantum Retail: Challenging the
Every year-ending holiday season reminds us of the importance of consumer spending and the retail sector for the United States (US) and global economies

x part 1  come in on Day X for product Z?”) rather than sociology (i.e., the likelihood of a general customer to come in for that product). Dealing With a Panoply of (Largely Static and Isolated) Systems Therefore, retailers need new models and thinking as better answers for their merchandize assortments, item allocations, and store labor in order to handle tricky factors such as seasonality, lifecycle phases of their products, weather, promotions, commodity price changes, average day-of-week and time-of-day Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics AX: The Chosen One Among Microsoft Dynamics ERP Equals? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series positioned all four Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) product lines and concluded that Microsoft Dynamics AX

x part 1  Dynamics AX: The Chosen One Among Microsoft Dynamics ERP Equals? - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series positioned  all four  Microsoft Dynamics   enterprise resource planning (ERP)  product lines and concluded that Microsoft Dynamics AX [ evaluate this product ] has been selected as the ace in the Dynamics ERP lineup and  a global “platform” player in selected industries . In other words, the product has been providing an industry-enabling layer upon which certified partners can build Read More...
E2open—An Unexpected S&OP Player: Part Two
Last week in the TEC blog we took a close look at E2open’s sales and operations planning (S&OP) strategy, including the vendor’s four-step blueprint to

x part 1  is that they use X or Y for S&OP demand plans, financial plans, etc.—but the system they rely on for information, planning feasibility, collaboration, and execution is E2open.   TEC : What is your competitive landscape, and what separates you from the competition? SR : E2open’s unique position in the market is that we provide a platform that can tie in various data points from demand, inventory, capacity, and future supply availability—and provide highly robust yet flexible mechanisms to obtain Read More...
The Magic Behind Planning and Executing (Optimal) Service Supply Chains - Part 1
The recent three-part series entitled “Navigating Between Service Management Scylla @ Charybdis” analyzed the phenomenon of service economy, or the

x part 1  schedule calls of type X to technicians of type Y!” Simple automation with limited intelligence can even be worse than manual decision-making itself because frequent illogical suggestions by the computer will make an experienced dispatch team question all of its other decisions. This distrust in the system will cause the involved humans to manually intervene and eventually stop using the system altogether. Automation might bring some benefits with small improvements in utilization, efficiency, Read More...
Mobilizing Change Part Two: The Case for Action Method
The case for action is intended as a living document, to be updated and referenced by the business and the project team. It should be referenced during the

x part 1  to an endeavour. Our experience is that a workshop is the best means to develop a case for action because information gathering by other means takes a lot longer and doesn''t deliver a proportionately greater amount of value. Thus spending laborious hours interviewing and analysing is not necessarily going to deliver a greater return on investment. The session is best facilitated by an independent facilitator. This can be someone from an independent part of the organization, e.g. human resources, or can Read More...
Compiere ERP Becomes Part of Consona
In the enterprise open source space, a notable change came to light today affecting Compiere users and partners. Consona announced its acquisition of Compiere.

x part 1  One of its founders explained to me that the company''s business (circa 2004) largely came from support, migration, and priority requests from clients. An integral component of the delivery model was Compiere''s partners. So Compiere focused on providing second-level support to their network of local partners. These areas are where I''m most curious about Compiere''s move to the Consona fold. These business characteristics are often associated with open source business models; over time such models have Read More...
IFS Bucking the Trends - Part 1
IFS is a public business software company (listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange) founded in 1983 with headquarters in Linkoping, Sweden and with US$362

x part 1  on the  Stockholm Stock Exchange ) founded in 1983 with headquarters in Linkoping, Sweden and with US$362 million in revenues in 2009. The company develops, supplies, and implements IFS Applications , an integrated and component-based extended  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  suite built on  service oriented architecture (SOA)  technology [ evaluate this product ]. The vendor has about 2,700 employees and more than 2,000 customers (with 830,000 individual users) in more than 50 countries. In Read More...
Grape Escape 2013: Customer Value a Priority for Both SYSPRO and UNIT4-Part 2
This is part 2 of a 2-part blog post on Grape Escape 2013, with my analyst take on the announcements and conversations with UNIT4 at the recent analyst event in

x part 1  company also involved third-party experts to interview and record the work of real-life users of different ages, roles, and working in different countries. As a result, a newly architecture user-interface concept has been introduced in addition to the elements shown at the roadshow event last December . The name of this concept, Experience Packs, reflects the core idea of choosing an area of functional focus and an appropriate time for upgrading. It basically means that different packs (similar to Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

x part 1  Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I The Lexicon of CRM Part 1: From A to I R. Garland - October 12, 2001 0 - A  360 degree view of the customer - A term used to describe the ability for virtually anyone in the company to know anything about the customer (products bought, support calls made, web site visits conducted, etc.). A complete, 306 degree view of customer information. 3G - Supposedly the ultimate wireless protocol technology that is already being used in areas outside of North America where Read More...
Whose ROI is it Anyway? Part Two: Sorting Through Claims
ROI (return on investment) has taken on new importance in examining business initiatives and programs that often involve deployment of enterprise software and

x part 1  specified period. Vendors generally express this by saying something like, Customers will get a ROI in less than a year. Some vendors attempt a more sophisticated approach. Perhaps they provide an Excel-based ROI calculator and some representative data. They encourage prospects to run the ROI calculation and discover your payback opportunity. I''m very leery of vendor ROI stories for enterprise application software. These implementations require fundamental changes in the way a company and its Read More...
ERP and BI: When 1+1=3
Learn about the synergy of these two powerful business solutions in the provocative Aberdeen Report ERP and BI: When 1+1=3.

x part 1  your business to the next level of performance and success? Consider combining the power of enterprise resource planning (ERP) with business intelligence (BI); for many small to midsized businesses, it''s proven to be a killer combination. Learn about the synergy of these two powerful business solutions in the provocative Aberdeen Report ERP and BI: When 1+1=3 . You''ll discover how your company can reap the core business benefits of integrating ERP with BI: cost reductions better, faster decision-making Read More...
A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part III
Part II of this blog series explained ToolsGroup’s value proposition for achieving service level excellence in distribution environments. The point of the

x part 1  of this blog series explained ToolsGroup ’s value proposition for achieving service level excellence in distribution environments. The point of the Service Optimizer 99+ (SO99+)  suite''s name is that a 99+ percentage represents the gold standard in customer service levels, and it takes a product purposely built to achieve service level excellence and to support such a high standard. ToolsGroup’s latest version of software continues to build on the functionality needed to reach this goal. Back to Read More...
Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in Process Part 2 Process PLM Motivation
This part of the series on Product Life Cycle Management in Process explores the business motivations by review business strategies.

x part 1  In this part, we explore the business motivations for PLM in process enterprises by reviewing business strategies. In part three, we will look at requirements for Process PLM decisions. The business strategies reviewed are: Accelerating Time-to-Market Increasing the success rate of new products Increasing the profitability of products Increasing return on assets Accelerating Time-to-Market Time-To-Market is the delay between an idea, from the marketing department or a customer, to the general Read More...
Can ERP Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions have to work with many other systems, not just ERP, so integration is not a new issue for PLM vendors. Most PLM

x part 1  Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations Are ERP and PLM Speaking the Same Language? Costs are an excellent example of semantic confusion. Accountants know that cost is a not a single characteristic of an item but a category of characteristics. Without answering a series of questions about the cost, the meaning of it is vague. Is the cost the procurement cost from the supplier? Does it include shipping? Does it include tax and duty? Does it include internal overhead, or is it just direct Read More...

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