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Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws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.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws L. Taylor - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On October 22, the White House and Congress agreed to change outdated US banking laws.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

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.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: 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

To Tax and Tax Not
Taxation of Internet commerce will be a football that gets tossed around in the United States long after Superbowl 2000 is just a memory. In Singapore, however, they positively see taxes negatively

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: To Tax and Tax Not To Tax and Tax Not D. Geller - January 31, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary With the 1998 Internet Tax Freedom Act halfway through its three year moratorium on new or discriminatory taxes on E-commerce, individuals and organizations on all sides of the issue are preparing for a major battle over whether states should be permitted to levy and collect sales taxes from transactions concluded over the Internet. Industry and government associations from all sides are staking out their
1/31/2000

Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices
Food and beverage manufacturers rely on information technology to meet market demands. However, food is one market where most enterprise applications show a number of

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - November 8, 2006 Read Comments Defining Application Requirements and Fatal Flaws Following the analyses presented in prior notes, it is difficult to imagine a food and beverage manufacturer of any size meeting the demands of the business without some use of information technology (IT), since enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), warehouse management systems (WMS), and
11/8/2006

The Art And Science Of IT Architecture Design
To assure flexibility and lasting value, information system designs and product selection must be guided by an architectural plan for infrastructure and applications systems. The Art of architecture design is in extracting business requirements; the Science is translating them into technology solutions.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: The Art And Science Of IT Architecture Design The Art And Science Of IT Architecture Design J. Dowling - June 3, 2002 Read Comments J. Dowling - June 3, 2002 Introduction   To assure flexibility and lasting value, information system designs and product selection must be guided by an architectural plan for infrastructure and applications systems. The Art of architecture design is in extracting business requirements; the Science is translating them into technology solutions. Note : This note first appeared
6/3/2002

EXE and i2 Advance Relationship
Some speculate that the recent agreement is a prelude to merger. Synergies undoubtedly exist.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: EXE and i2 Advance Relationship EXE and i2 Advance Relationship Steve McVey - September 20, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - September 20, 2000 Event Summary In a new agreement to extend an existing strategic relationship, EXE Technologies will interface its fulfillment software with i2 Technologies TradeMatrix solutions. No timeframe was given for the integration of EXE s EXceed eFulfillment System, eFS, with the customer-relevant components of TradeMatrix, but previous joint implementation experience
9/20/2000

ERP and WMS Co-Existence: When System Worlds Collide
You are currently using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. You want to improve your warehouse management and operations and are considering a warehouse management system (WMS) solution. However, there is significant overlap between ERP software and a WMS regarding inventory-related functionality. Read on to learn about some of the considerations and decisions that need to be made to ensure that the maximum benefits are obtained from each software solution.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: ERP and WMS Co-Existence: When System Worlds Collide ERP and WMS Co-Existence: When System Worlds Collide Joseph J. Strub - June 17, 2003 Read Comments ERP and WMS Co-Existence: When System Worlds Collide Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - June 17, 2003 Introduction Typically, after the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software has settled in, you may start to investigate ways to improve your warehouse management and operations through the use of a warehouse management system (WMS). Unless you re
6/17/2003

Managing Customer Returns and RMAs
There are common and unique variations to returned material authorizations (RMAs) that can compound a company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Identifying RMA variations enables a company to determine what needs to be simplified and what needs to be modeled in an ERP system.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: Managing Customer Returns and RMAs Managing Customer Returns and RMAs Dr. Scott Hamilton - March 4, 2009 Read Comments Returned material is a significant issue in some manufacturing and distribution companies. Each step in the returned material authorization (RMA) process typically involves variations, and the compounding effect of these variations in a multistep process can quickly lead to extremely complex business processes and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system functionality. A key issue is
3/4/2009

Enterprise Incentive Management Leader s Challenges and Response
Enterprise incentive management is an emerging field, and a number of players have entered the market. Callidus recently expanded its service offerings by introducing two new strategic service programs both to woo customers and to survive in this emerging field.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: Enterprise Incentive Management Leader s Challenges and Response Enterprise Incentive Management Leader s Challenges and Response P.J. Jakovljevic - December 13, 2006 Read Comments Challenges Nevertheless Linger Because San Jose, California (US)-based Callidus Software has historically licensed its products to customers primarily on a perpetual basis, its quarterly product license revenue remains substantially dependent on product sales to new customers. In 2005, BellSouth and Cingular each accounted for
12/13/2006

Preactor: Predict and React on the Shop Floor
Many best-of-breed advanced planning and scheduling (APS) vendors have come and gone since the late 90s, when APS was hyped as a tool that would be a key enabler for manufacturing companies. But one vendor that has distinguished itself is Preactor, a world leader in production planning and scheduling software. Learn more in this in-depth report, which includes a Q&A with Preactor founder and CEO Mike Novels.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: Preactor: Predict and React on the Shop Floor Preactor: Predict and React on the Shop Floor PJ Jakovljevic - November 29, 2010 Read Comments   Remember in the late 1990s, when advanced planning and scheduling (APS) was hyped as a tool that would be a key enabler for most manufacturing companies in becoming more agile, responsive, and efficient in dealing with variations in demand and with unplanned disturbances on the shop floor (and in the entire supply chain, if you will)? An APS solution integrated
11/30/2010 8:37:00 AM

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.

REVIEWING FOR FINANCE AND BANKING BI: 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


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