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Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws
Following a previous TEC News Analysis on the security of financial transactions, Congress and the White House have agreed to put into place new legislation for monitoring banking, including on-line banking. New banking laws that are more current than today's Depression Era banking laws need to be crafted to protect consumers, as well as the health of today's financial community. Today's financial institutions risk a host of internet attacks since today's hackers are more knowledgeable about information security than law makers.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws L. Taylor - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On October 22, the White House and Congress agreed to change outdated US banking laws. Until this agreement was reached, the White House had promised to veto the banking reform bill. Details of the compromise are reportedly not yet disclosed. The new legislation hopes to replace banking laws written during the Depression era, with up-to-date Year 2000 era banking
10/26/1999

GNX and Sainsbury
Sainsbury’s Supermarkets has several ongoing collaboration programs with suppliers,having recognized early on that supply chain optimization benefits the end consumer byensuring the right product on the shelf at the right time and lowest cost. The UK grocer had already been sharing performance information along with several other forms of supply chain data with suppliers for several years, but found that suppliers had difficulty dealing with performance data that was buried in the mass of information being presented. In addition, suppliers had no formal channel for responding to, or improving, any performance issues that were identified.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: GNX and Sainsbury GNX and Sainsbury Source: NeoGrid Document Type: Case Study Description: Sainsbury’s Supermarkets has several ongoing collaboration programs with suppliers,having recognized early on that supply chain optimization benefits the end consumer by ensuring the right product on the shelf at the right time and lowest cost. The UK grocer had already been sharing performance information along with several other forms of supply chain data with suppliers for several years, but found that
5/31/2005 4:44:00 PM

The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum
Retail remains a very tactile industry, focused on the hand, drape, and durability of fabrics and trim—besides which, designs are still being sketched on paper and pinned on size models or mannequins.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum The Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum P.J. Jakovljevic - June 29, 2006 Read Comments Zooming into the Fashion and Apparel Retailers Conundrum Most of the considerations explored in this series so far hold for multiple retail segments, but with an increasingly fickle and demanding customer base of teens (and paying parents) and yuppies, the fashion or apparel or garment (the precise term depends on the region) retail vertical is probably one of the
6/29/2006

The CEO, CFO, and TCO
Total cost of ownership (TCO) is a key component of the

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: The CEO, CFO, and TCO The CEO, CFO, and TCO Olin Thompson - December 4, 2006 Read Comments Total cost of ownership (TCO) measures the ongoing expense of owning and maintaining software within a business. It is a key component of the i in return on investment (ROI). Naturally, the chief executive officer (CEO) and chief financial officer (CFO) care about ROI, but is TCO a measurement of complexity? Is TCO a measure of agility or the lack of agility? Does a higher TCO mean a company is less able to turn on
12/4/2006

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?

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: 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

Intentia Attempts to Become ‘Lean and Mean’
In February, an enterprise application provider Intentia International announced the merger of Intentia's regional organizations in Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific into one joint organization named Global Operations.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: Intentia Attempts to Become ‘Lean and Mean’ Intentia Attempts to Become ‘Lean and Mean’ P.J. Jakovljevic - March 27, 2000 Read Comments Intentia Attempts to Become Lean and Mean P.J. Jakovljevic - March 27th, 2000 Event Summary In February, an enterprise application provider Intentia International announced the merger of Intentia s regional organizations in Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific into one joint organization named Global Operations. Lars Prochus, presently CEO of Intentia Europe,
3/27/2000

Catering to Small and Medium-Size Enterprises
With opportunities in the large enterprise marketplace shrinking due to increased penetration, small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) are starting to receive more attention and scrutiny. This article explores the special needs of the SMEs and asks, from a software standpoint, what companies can to do survive in this unique marketplace and what vendors can do to service them. Read on for the answers.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: functional area; eight in finance; eleven in customer service; twenty in production; and one in IT—hey, somebody has to compute the winners of the football and soccer betting pools. By the way, this is also an area that you can negotiate with the vendor as a future source of revenue to further reduce the acquisition cost of the software. There should be at least one more pricing option. This option would be based on what you use and not what you get. Typically, enterprise software comes with switches
5/1/2004

Food and Beverage Industry: Overview of Software Requirements
The food and beverage industries have very special needs, many of which are externally regulated. Read on to discover some of the unique challenges and software requirements for these industries.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: bundled in with the finance and accounting modules, your company could be paying for software it has no intention of using. Determine whether modules can be decoupled, removed from the software equation via configuration parameter switches, and, equally importantly, from the cost of the software. For such modules as warehouse management, computerized maintenance management, personnel skills management, and others, the customer should be able to selectively evaluate the modules benefiting their
10/2/2009

Dell and Red Hat Form Alliance
Dell and Red Hat have tightened their relationship, announcing new initiatives for products and services/support.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: Dell and Red Hat Form Alliance Dell and Red Hat Form Alliance R. Krause - July 7, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - July 7, 2000 Event Summary Dell and Red Hat Inc. announced the One Source Alliance to accelerate commercial adoption of the Linux operating system and to support businesses building Internet infrastructures. Linux is now one of three strategic operating systems Dell factory installs and supports globally, along with Microsoft Corp. s Windows and Novell Inc. s NetWare . Red Hat and Dell offer
7/7/2000

The Different Evolutionary Stages of ERP and PLM
The product development life cycle - innovate, conceptualize, plan, design, procure, produce, deliver, service, and retire - naturally includes multiple people, operating in multiple departments, and typically from multiple companies, each with locations in multiple countries around the world. Solving inherent difficulties that result from managing this complexity are the raison d’être for PLM solutions.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: The Different Evolutionary Stages of ERP and PLM The Different Evolutionary Stages of ERP and PLM Jim Brown and Predrag Jakovljevic - October 9, 2003 Read Comments The State of the PLM Market Given the relative immaturity of the product lifecycle management (PLM) movement, PLM often means different things to different people. Namely, due to its deep engineering roots from the 1980s, it still often gets confused with computer aided design (CAD) and/or product data management (PDM) systems. While CAD
10/9/2003

CRM: Past, Present, and Future
TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and evolution of customer relationship management (CRM) with a view to defining the CRM of the future. Most customer relationship management (CRM) software users take for granted that they can track customers, send mailings, or assign requests to customer service representatives. Users today enjoy CRM systems that are highly accessible, both from a cost and technological point of view. But this was not always the case. TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and evolution of CRM with a view to defining the CRM of the future.

FINANCE AND BANKING BI ADVISES: CRM: Past, Present, and Future CRM: Past, Present, and Future Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: Most customer relationship management (CRM) software users take for granted that they can track customers, send mailings, or assign requests to customer service representatives. Users today enjoy CRM systems that are highly accessible, both from a cost and technological point of view. But this was not always the case. TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and
9/25/2012 11:16:00 AM


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