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Announcements from UNIT4 and SYSPRO: New Phraseology and Sustainable Development
I attended Judith Rothrock’s 2010 Analyst Roadshow event in Boston last week, and was startled by a few news items from ERP vendors UNIT4 and SYSPRO. Here’s my

catalogues training requirements  capability, and interactive products catalogues that give a company’s customers the ability to select and order items. An important note here is that this type of access does not consume database or application licenses. Another announcement made by SYSPRO concerns deployment—specifically, that a SaaS model called SYSPRO BusinessLive has now been formally unveiled, and businesses can now choose from either on-demand or hosted deployment variants, to say nothing of a traditional on-premise model, Read More

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The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space Part Two: Sorting and Selecting SRM Software
No vendor provides all (if even a majority) of the required solutions for a full SRM initiative at this stage, so almost all solutions will involve best-of

catalogues training requirements  simple web portals or catalogues. Also, SRM software should only be used to work alongside existing interpersonal relationships, and not to replace them. Many parts of SRM are just facilitating tools—while they do not replace people, they can nonetheless free people up to do the quality strategic relationship building. Suppliers can be valuable partners, but only if the buying organization is well put in place to manage all of its relationships, and if it makes the necessary investment in people, Read More
St. Marys Paper Ltd.: Customer Profile
St. Marys Paper Ltd. is a pulp and paper mill located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (Canada). In 1989, it implemented a CHAMPS computerized maintenance

catalogues training requirements  used in advertising inserts, catalogues and magazines. Construction of the original mill, driven by an American entrepreneur, Francis H. Clergue, was completed in 1896. The facility began as the Sault Ste. Marie Pulp and Sulphite Company, the first mill in North America to produce dried pulp. Today, it is privately owned, partially by the employees, making it somewhat unique in the paper industry in that every employee has a personal stake in the success of the company. Workers pride themselves in their Read More
Product Configurators Pave the Way for Mass Customization
'Mass customization' is the buzzword of the current decade. Customers demand products with lower prices, higher quality and faster delivery; yet they also want

catalogues training requirements  expert use of product catalogues and automated product configurators applicable to relatively simple products (example: configuring a computer). Product catalogues provide a pre-defined but limited number of combinations for choice of products; but they often fail to meet a customer's special needs. Almost all such automated configurators are ineffective to perform technology-intensive configurations. The business models embedded in those systems are not rich and flexible enough to accommodate the many Read More
Click Commerce Acquires Allegis
Click Commerce, a provider of partner relationship management (PRM) software for the Global 2000 companies, announced it reached an agreement in principle to

catalogues training requirements  shop windows and web catalogues. Also, PRM software should only be used to work alongside existing inter-personal relationships, and not to replace them. PRM is just a facilitating tool while it does not replace people, it can nonetheless free them up to do the quality relationship building. An undefined channel strategy, an unclear channel purpose and role definition, insufficient channel program support, and/or unrealistic expectations from the channel would be perfect examples of disastrously poor Read More
How Companies Can Reduce Costs with Cloud-based Training
Today’s volatile economic climate has many regulated companies thinking differently about cost containment within all operations, particularly through training

catalogues training requirements  Companies Can Reduce Costs with Cloud-based Training Today’s volatile economic climate has many regulated companies thinking differently about cost containment within all operations, particularly through training management. Here we outline 10 value drivers that affect ROI for employee training management among regulated companies, and how they can be achieved through cloud-based training management. See how learning systems delivered through the cloud can increase your ROI. Read More
10 Steps to Justifying a Learning Management System for Your Partner and Supplier Training
Consistency is a common challenge for partner and supplier managers across industries and around the world. How can companies instill common messaging, brand

catalogues training requirements  Steps to Justifying a Learning Management System for Your Partner and Supplier Training Consistency is a common challenge for partner and supplier managers across industries and around the world. How can companies instill common messaging, brand-identity, and quality practices across this extended enterprise? A learning management system (LMS), as part of a knowledge management strategy, can help bridge this gap. Find out how LMS can help you cut training costs and ensure partner compliance in ten Read More
End-to-end Encryption Security Requirements
The Secure POS Vendors Alliance (SPVA) commissioned the End-to-end Security workgroup to provide clear guidelines on the application of encryption technology to

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Dispelling the Myths of End-user Training
User training is a key aspect of the software implementation process. But it’s also the most overlooked, as companies often think more about software

catalogues training requirements  the Myths of End-user Training User training is a key aspect of the software implementation process. But it’s also the most overlooked, as companies often think more about software functionality than about how well their employees are adapting to using it. Don’t assume that your employees are too busy, or that software training costs too much. Find out how user software training can save you money and increase your return on investment (ROI). Read More
Just-in-time Requirements Modeling
Requirements analysis is the process of understanding what customers need from an application. The agile development framework has transformed software

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The 2008 State of Requirements Management Report
The results of a recent industry survey shed light on the latest trends, challenges, and solutions in software product development for 2008. If you are involved

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Introducing E-learning Across the Enterprise to Accelerate Training and Reduce Costs
MultiCare Health System was overspending on core education processes, and employees and managers were increasingly reporting that education services were

catalogues training requirements  E-learning Across the Enterprise to Accelerate Training and Reduce Costs MultiCare Health System was overspending on core education processes, and employees and managers were increasingly reporting that education services were difficult to navigate and not aiding them in their work. SumTotal’s Learning Management enabled a substantial transformation for MultiCare: from a virtually nonexistent system to a robust learning management solution that supports the entire enterprise. Read the case Read More
Nationwide Rollout Internal Resource Requirements
Nationwide and global multi-site technology rollouts require internal resources beyond just a single point of contact. By understanding the dynamics and

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Lowering Enterprise Software Total Cost of Ownership through an Enterprise Application Training Platform
More than any other factor, ineffective training is responsible for inflating total cost of ownership (TCO) for software investments. Ineffective training

catalogues training requirements  Enterprise Software Total Cost of Ownership through an Enterprise Application Training Platform More than any other factor, ineffective training is responsible for inflating total cost of ownership (TCO) for software investments. Ineffective training approaches include starting too late; assuming go-live is the completion of the project; and failing to teach users about the processes the software is designed to support. Successfully lowering TCO means embracing e-learning, blended training Read More

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