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Case Study: Heineken USA
Incease your benefits of sales force activity.You'll wonder how you ever managed without it.Download this whitepaper for Free! Heineken USA imports, markets, sells, and distributes its premium beer products through its network of 650 beer distributors. This supply chain requires precise forecasts and meticulous planning—and an easy-to-understand forecasting tool that provides greater transparency in the collaborative forecasting process. Discover more about the benefits of the forecasting solution on Heineken’s sales and operations planning.

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8/7/2009 3:27:00 PM

Confessions of a Techno Junkie
Ideas on how to survive the avalanche of technology, avoid the lure of its pitfalls, and succeed with it as the enabler to true process innovation.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: ( The Taber Report: Customer Behavior ), which suggests that personal purchase decisions are 80 percent emotional, but still I can aspire, right? Before you read on, understand that this is no anti-technology polemic, but rather a statement on our collective struggle to absorb the technology streaming at us. Anyway, my problem is best described as technology overdose. Specifically, I currently own more electronics technology than I can personally absorb in five lifetimes, and yet technology and I are
5/20/2005

Remapping the Supply Chain Universe, by Ann Grackin and Sree Hameed
Supply chain management is a truly dynamic field. Over the last few years the fundamental structure of the chains has changed to the point where many of the working assumptions have to be reevaluated. ChainLink Research’s new 3D approach provides a useful framework for evaluating supply chain solutions.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: require stronger linkages with customers, and rely on the e factor , even for fairly linear processes, like trading partner collaboration, CRM, purchasing, sales, etc. And behind firewall technology does not serve very well any time the enterprise reaches out beyond traditional boundaries. Yet, we have not amended our approach to selecting technology as our business model, and technology needs have changed. And those win/lose quadrants tell us very little about how a particular technology can support
5/20/2005

MRO and Spare Parts Management Considerations
The need for better service parts management is finally gaining top-level management attention in many aerospace and defense (A&D) and like complex manufacturing companies, since excessive carrying costs and obsolescence losses are being recognized as an unexploited opportunity for savings and a better bottom line performance

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: strong engineering foundation and customer service front end to support demand management, all bundled with a set of administrative and reporting capabilities and integration to financial and human resources (HR) management software, as to share information that drives operational efficiency, such as inventory control and labor control. Bad news for smaller MRO-oriented ERP vendors like Relevant Business Systems or Cincom Systems could be the fact that some of their direct and likely competitors like
1/11/2005

Retailing Trends—Shopping Anyway and Everywhere
Multichannel retailers have to flawlessly execute a full range of services to engage, transact, and fulfill orders placed via Internet. Thus, they either have to build a complete set of these services in-house, or outsource some (or all) of them.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: other retail processes, and customized and inflexible underlying software applications. Even today, few retailers can effectively and seamlessly interact with customers across these channels. Such interactions might include selling accessories and installation services in-store when customers pick up goods they have bought online or via the phone, or even allowing them to redeem promotions they have come across through any other channel. Today s so-called multichannel retailer is still too often a
7/20/2006

Vendor Extends Welcome Mat for Hospitality Industry
SoftBrands Hospitality business supports the enterprise information management needs of hotels and resorts. SoftBrands' range of hospitality software products includes the property management systems Medallion and PORTfolio, and RIO, a leisure management system.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: product also has many customizable features, allowing hotel staff to keep operations flowing from one shift to the next. Using these features, staff can track reservations, client history, room availability, rate levels, and day-to-day communications with graphically rich screens and relatively easy-to-read menus. Other key features of PORTfolio include a diary, end-of-day processing, housekeeping, maintenance, accounts receivable (AR), and full management reporting. There are currently approximately 250
3/2/2006

Software Selection: A Third Alternative Part Two: Seller s Perspective and the Third Alternative
Failed projects do not bode well for the vendor. It can cause their sales cycle costs only to rise even more and their reputation to suffer or, at least, become suspect. Surely, the consequences can be much more severe for the client where an incorrect software selection can lead to business losses. Accordingly, it is in everyone's best interest to select the right enterprise software and do it economically but with confidence.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: Software Selection: A Third Alternative Part Two: Seller s Perspective and the Third Alternative Software Selection: A Third Alternative Part Two: Seller s Perspective and the Third Alternative Joseph J. Strub - May 16, 2005 Read Comments Introduction It has, indeed, become a difficult task for corporate IT buyers to discern the true capabilities, strengths and weaknesses, and degree of fit when selecting any given enterprise application suite for their business environment. When making strategic IT
5/16/2005

Global Trade Regulatory Software: Vendor Obstacles and User Recommendations
The acquisition of Vastera by JPMorgan Chase indicates that finance in GTM is just as important as the physical movement of goods. However, there are still a number of issues that need to be reconciled or at least addressed

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: sent directly to the customer, so that end users will always have the latest changes and updates on hand. GTM software typically provides an indication whether there is going to be an issue. Users will have to follow up on those alerts by researching other sources, either electronically or in person. The software alone will never completely prevent logistics delays and disruptions either. Optimized processes, procedures, and training are needed, but even then many problems caused by the factors that are
5/12/2005

Case Study: HOFA GmbH
After realizing that the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution it had used until 2005 could no longer keep up with its rapid growth, HOFA GmbH started looking for a new ERP and e-business solution. Learn how the company’s new system has increased transparency across the company, reduced data capture and support times by up to 50 percent, improved productivity in order entry, and reduced the error rate to zero.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: Case Study: HOFA GmbH Case Study: HOFA GmbH Source: ABAS Software Document Type: Case Study Description: After realizing that the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution it had used until 2005 could no longer keep up with its rapid growth, HOFA GmbH started looking for a new ERP and e-business solution. Learn how the company’s new system has increased transparency across the company, reduced data capture and support times by up to 50 percent, improved productivity in order entry, and reduced the
8/27/2010 1:36:00 PM

Case Study: State of Wyoming
The State of Wyoming’s IT organization and its customers were struggling with a mainframe-based chargeback system. For IT, productivity and interface complexity were the major problems. For client agencies, it was a lack of actionable information in billing reports. Learn how a new solution provided more detailed cost accounting and billing information, increased customer satisfaction, and lowered IT operational costs.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: and billing information, increased customer satisfaction, and lowered IT operational costs. Case Study: State of Wyoming style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Accounting and Financial Management,   Time,   Billing,   and Invoicing,   End-User Query and Reporting Related Keywords:   IBM,   State of Wyoming,   accounting software,   billing software,   business accounting software,   accounts software,   reporting software,   billing system,   free acco
4/23/2010 5:54:00 PM

The Role of Sales Training Requirements Definition and Requests for Proposals in the Success of Technology Companies
The first step in choosing an effectiveness service provider (ESP) that best meets your company's needs is to develop a requirements definition. When used as a request for proposal, the requirements definition can be a powerful evaluation and negotiation tool.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPER: and materials Learning objectives Customization of workshops and case studies, training materials, and specific content Instrumentation, including what tools are left with the sales representatives to reinforce or facilitate the adoption of the training post-event Existence of follow-up mechanisms, other than instrumentation, to reinforce the training, both from the ESP and by your organization Preparation /customization cost Delivery cost Strategy for assessing results: What will be measured? Over what
11/4/2005


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