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IBM Nabs Another Application Vendor
Vignette is IBM's latest partner. This global strategic alliance promises to boost revenue for both parties. The verdict is still out on the impact to future software development.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: IBM Nabs Another Application Vendor IBM Nabs Another Application Vendor L. Talarico - August 31, 2000 Read Comments L. Talarico - August 31, 2000 Event Summary International Business Machines Corporation. (NYSE: IBM) recently entered into a global strategic alliance with Vignette (NASDAQ: VIGN), a developer of e-businesses applications including CRM software. Under the agreement Vignette will closely integrate the V/5 E-business Applications suite with IBM s WebSphere Commerce Suite and Application
8/31/2000

CRM Application Users Are Key to Project Success
For a customer relationship management implementation to be successful, consulting firms, vendors, and users must pay attention to user training and change management.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: CRM Application Users Are Key to Project Success CRM Application Users Are Key to Project Success Kevin Ramesan - October 22, 2005 Read Comments The True Story Behind CRM Failure Many articles about customer resource management (CRM) project failure blame a gargantuan project scope or the software packages themselves. These are certainly among the many good reasons for those failures. However, I am more interested in the internal procedures that lead to some disastrous results. Companies are downplaying
10/22/2005

Software Architecture Lifecycle Management
To keep a large business on course, you need to have a clear picture of your IT infrastructure. But for many large organizations, that’s easier said than done. Years of upgrades, maintenance, modifications, and legacy systems left over from mergers and acquisitions can leave you wondering which systems are driving your business and which ones are weighing it down. With a software architecture lifecycle management (SALM) initiative from TEC, you can create a structured blueprint that details your enterprise software mix—a key component of your company’s IT infrastructure. Learn more now.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: Software Architecture Lifecycle Management Software Architecture Lifecycle Management Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Brochure Description: To keep a large business on course, you need to have a clear picture of your IT infrastructure. But for many large organizations, that’s easier said than done. Years of upgrades, maintenance, modifications, and legacy systems left over from mergers and acquisitions can leave you wondering which systems are driving your business and which ones
6/10/2011 1:52:00 PM

Tentative Unification in Server I/O Architecture Battle
The Next Generation I/O (NGIO) and Future I/O groups have agreed to unify their efforts to develop the next I/O architecture.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: Tentative Unification in Server I/O Architecture Battle Tentative Unification in Server I/O Architecture Battle R. Krause - September 3, 1999 Read Comments Tentative Unification in Server I/O Architecture Battle R.A. Krause - September 3rd, 1999 Event Summary The Next Generation I/O (NGIO) and Future I/O (FIO) groups announced on August 31st, 1999, that they intend to merge their specifications into one, to be used by server and peripheral vendors throughout the industry. The unified architecture will be
9/3/1999

An Interview with Shoshana Zuboff and James Maxmin
Many corporations have failed the customer; they focus on transactions, rather than customers. Ann Grackin recently talked to Shoshana Zuboff and James Maxmin, co-authors of The Support Economy, Why Corporations are Failing Individuals and The Next Episode of Capitalism, who have inspiring and radical ideas, as well as a proposal for the new corporation.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: An Interview with Shoshana Zuboff and James Maxmin An Interview with Shoshana Zuboff and James Maxmin Ann Grackin - November 2, 2004 Read Comments Introduction I recently talked to Shoshana Zuboff [ 1 ] of the Harvard Business School and James Maxmin [ 2 ] of Mast Global, co-authors of The Support Economy: Why Corporations are Failing Individuals and The Next Episode of Capitalism and who also happen to be married to each other. I can imagine their dinner conversations! Shoshana Zuboff James Maxmin This
11/2/2004

The Three Rs of RFID: Rewards, Risk, and ROI
Prominent organizations and retailers, such as Walmart and the US Department of Defense are taking advantage of radio frequency identification, which promises real time tracking of products from the manufacturing floor to the checkout terminal. Despite the typical risks associated with adopting any early-stage technology, the competitive advantage and bottom-line business benefits of RFID are significant to both retailers and suppliers. It can significantly decrease warehouse, distribution, and inventory costs; increase margins; and enhance customer service.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: in all ways: process re-engineering, integration, maintenance, data storage, and design and deployment. A full implementation on an accelerated cycle could require a full year s IT budget and resources As a result, most companies have only rolled out limited pilots and are cautious to commit to broader deployments. The Bottom-line The competitive advantage and bottom-line business benefits of RFID are significant to both retailers and suppliers, despite the typical risks associated with adopting any
3/5/2005

Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection
Many food companies are investing significant funds in building awareness for their brands in the market, which can pay off amply in competitive, commodity markets. One highly publicized recall, however, can turn an established brand asset into a liability.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: bachelor s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Belgrade (Serbia [the former Yugoslavia]), and has also been certified in production and inventory management (CPIM) and integrated resources management (CIRM) by APICS. Olin Thompson is Lawson s vice-president of industry strategy. He has over twenty-five years of experience as an executive in the software industry, and has been called the father of process ERP. Thompson is a frequent author and award-winning speaker on such topics as
11/2/2006

Drug Pedigree Guidelines and How Software Can Help
Drug manufacturers and retailers are tightening their data collection and reporting processes to meet new US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) guidelines. But which software offerings are best placed to help drug manufacturers comply with the new guidelines?

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: Drug Pedigree Guidelines and How Software Can Help Drug Pedigree Guidelines and How Software Can Help Ashish Labh and Joseph J. Strub - July 11, 2008 Read Comments This is a modified version of the article originally published July 19, 2006. Counterfeit and adulterated drugs are an increasing problem, particularly in the United States. Not only do these activities strip profits from legitimate drug manufacturers, but they can also pose a health risk to the consumer. As a result, the US Food and Drug
7/11/2008

Euromadi: Integrating BPM and ECM
Euromadi was looking to automate its business processes and increase effectiveness. With hundreds of suppliers all over the world, it needed a system that could help manage the relationships of more than 220 associate companies. By integrating business process management (BPM) with an enterprise content management (ECM) system, Euromadi has increased productivity and reduced data input and maintenance by 30 percent.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: Euromadi: Integrating BPM and ECM Euromadi: Integrating BPM and ECM Source: Polymita Technologies Document Type: Case Study Description: Euromadi was looking to automate its business processes and increase effectiveness. With hundreds of suppliers all over the world, it needed a system that could help manage the relationships of more than 220 associate companies. By integrating business process management (BPM) with an enterprise content management (ECM) system, Euromadi has increased productivity and
1/22/2008 9:25:00 AM

Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer s Guide
It's easy to find outsimply download TEC's lean and green manufacturing buyer's guide.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer s Guide Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer s Guide What s new in the world of lean and green manufacturing? It s easy to find out—simply download TEC s Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer s Guide . Here you ll discover how the green movement is impacting manufacturing in all of these key areas: software, technology, process, costs, and regulatory compliance. You ll also get a buyer s guide to green solutions from 10 of the leading environmental software vendors, and
7/14/2009

SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas
In 1999, specialty chemicals manufacturer Rohm and Haas Company wanted to move to a new platform to simplify the complexity resulting from over 300 disparate information technology (IT) systems. First, Rohm and Haas wanted to adopt common global processes to increase efficiency, and implement smart sourcing strategies. Second, management needed a better way to see customer trends and evaluate competitors.

ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION BI: SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas SAP Case Study: Rohm and Haas Source: SAP Document Type: Case Study Description: In 1999, specialty chemicals manufacturer Rohm and Haas Company wanted to move to a new platform to simplify the complexity resulting from over 300 disparate information technology (IT) systems. First, Rohm and Haas wanted to adopt common global processes to increase efficiency, and implement smart sourcing strategies. Second, management needed a better way to see customer trends and evaluate
2/13/2007 3:54:00 PM


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