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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

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS 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

They Know When You Have Gas
A deal with the American Petroleum Exchange will allow members to have “up-to-the-minute” inventory data on their petroleum storage tanks.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: They Know When You Have Gas They Know When You Have Gas A. Turner - October 10, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - October 10, 2000 Event Summary On September 29, 2000, the Veeder-Root Company, a supplier of equipment and services for fuel management, and the American Petroleum Exchange, an e-marketplace for refined petroleum products, announced a Strategic Alliance. The agreement makes Veeder-Root s Fuel Management Service available on the American Petroleum Exchange s website (www.apexchange.com). The deal
10/10/2000

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.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: consequences of poor product selection and delivery can result in a lackluster selling season, and can even be truly disastrous. The competition for product differentiation and increased profit margins that mark the fashion retail industry mean that delays or missed communication can interrupt production, delay shipments, increase cost, impact sales, and thereby pose serious threats to the viability of the company. The design process is iterative and collaborative, with buyers and vendors working
6/29/2006

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

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: Bottlers have a wide selection of application software products that can support their needs, although some breweries require complex tank and volume-based environment support (including managing tank scheduling, complex piping networks, buffers, and bottlenecks and variable changeovers). A dairy falls between these two extremes. Diaries need to manage solids and fat, and they need to have excellent recall abilities, but few require catchweight (the exception being some cheese operations). Impact of
11/8/2006

The Pros and Cons of Collaborative Planning
Among the promises of collaboration are real-time information sharing, the ability to maintain personalized relationships between buyers and sellers, and greater efficiency for all companies joined in the expanded enterprise. Unfortunately, excitement surrounding B2B collaboration often drowns out the simple truth that collaboration products are still in a formative stage and their promise, largely unfulfilled.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: The Pros and Cons of Collaborative Planning The Pros and Cons of Collaborative Planning Steve McVey - September 12, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - September 12, 2000 Overview The rapid advance of the Internet and related technologies are quickly turning business-to-business collaboration into a reality. Among its promises are real-time information sharing, the ability to maintain personalized relationships between buyers and sellers, and greater efficiency for all companies joined in the expanded
9/12/2000

Nonprofits and Public Sector: The Latest Hot Market
Many recent circumstances have rendered the nonprofit and public sector accounting markets a land of both opportunity and challenges.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: Nonprofits and Public Sector: The Latest Hot Market Nonprofits and Public Sector: The Latest Hot Market P.J. Jakovljevic - June 26, 2004 Read Comments Public and Nonprofit Sector Markets Public sector or government agencies and nonprofit organizations have similarities in the fact that both require fund accounting and management capabilities, and have complex financial reporting requirements that are quite different from the commercial, for-profit financial accounting. For instance, over dozens of
6/26/2004

Thou Shalt Motivate and Reward Workforce Better
The potential of enterprise incentive management systems should not be ignored, since this software category promises a fairly rapid and tangible return on investment, outlines expensive over- and under-payment errors, and reduces administration overhead.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: Thou Shalt Motivate and Reward Workforce Better Thou Shalt Motivate and Reward Workforce Better P.J. Jakovljevic - March 24, 2008 Read Comments A paradigm shift has occurred in administrative human resources (HR) management. Where it was once mostly responsible for mundane staffing and personnel issues (such as hiring, employment policies, handling pay, retirement plans, and benefits), it now plays a much more strategic, human capital management (HCM) role in supporting the evolving workforce and its
3/24/2008

Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers
Read this in-depth report from TEC Analyst P.J. Jakovljevic to find out why supplier management is crucial. In its recent report, Shifting C-level Business Priorities as the Recovery Takes Hold, Saugatuck Technologies claims that top business priorities are returning to a pattern more consistent with a growth economy. Read this in-depth report from TEC Analyst P.J. Jakovljevic to find out why supplier management is crucial.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers PJ Jakovljevic - November 12, 2010 Read Comments Thou Shalt Manage (and Cherish) Thy (Best) Suppliers In its recent report Shifting C-level Business Priorities as the Recovery Takes Hold , Saugatuck Technologies claims that top business priorities are returning to a pattern more consistent with a growth economy. This was the case in the company’s 2006 research, wherein sales/revenue growth, which
11/12/2010 1:41:00 PM

Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS?
Despite rapid industrialization in China and other developing countries, most manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) are found in North America, Western Europe, and Japan. These systems have made extraordinary productivity gains possible in the West. However, Chinese manufacturers require a new generation of MES and WMS capabilities to boost their productivity.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS? Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS? Nelson M. Nones - July 23, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) have been around since the 1980s. Today, despite rapid growth of the industrial sector in China as well as other Asian, Latin American, and Eastern European countries in recent years, the vast majority of MES and WMS installations are found in North America, Western Europe, and
7/23/2005

SCM in a New Flavor: Real Time and Demand Driven
To meet the needs of a demand driven market, Apptricity is leveraging service oriented architecture to deploy and integrate modules.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: SCM in a New Flavor: Real Time and Demand Driven SCM in a New Flavor: Real Time and Demand Driven Hans Mercx - October 14, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The current market is becoming more demand-driven and the need for real time decision support capabilities in the supply chain is inevitable. As a result, service oriented vendors are emerging. They are developing solutions through next generation applications with customization, workflow, extensible markup language (XML), and third-party integrated
10/14/2005

PKI and Biometrics Ready for Take-Off
Expect the new e-signature law to bolster both the PKI and biometric markets. This new law allows documents signed through digital signatures to have the same legal ramifications as documents signed in traditional wet-ink.

SELECTION FOR OIL AND GAS BI: PKI and Biometrics Ready for Take-Off PKI and Biometrics Ready for Take-Off L. Taylor - August 7, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - August 7, 2000 Event Summary With the signing of the electronic signature bill into law, TEC expects PKI and biometric products to gain momentum. The new law, signed by President Clinton on June 30th, makes electronic signatures as legal and binding as pen-to-paper signatures. PKI stands for Public Key Infrastructure, and is a technology that is used to authenticate the origin,
8/7/2000


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