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CEVA Logistics Selects IBM SmartCloud
Market conditions are driving requirements for visibility and control across global operations and supply chains, as witnessed by a number of recent E2open wins

customer and supplier specific translations  supply chain for automotive customer customers like Chrysler and Honda by helping them maintain and monitor low inventory or accelerate shipments. This same approach is applied to CEVA customers in the consumer and retail, healthcare and pharmaceutical, industrial, and technology sectors. If there’s demand for a new part, such as a new type of memory chip for a smart phone or tablet computing device, customers like Apple can change to a different factory or supplier to deliver that new part quicker. To Read More

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Epicor Reaches Better Vista From This Vantage Point
By harnessing Microsoft .NET possibly more keenly than its creator and by figuring out its bread-winning product groups, amid difficult market conditions

customer and supplier specific translations  Vista modules for Sales, Customer Service and Production Support, should ensure a manufacturers' customers receive the personalized attention they require. Contact Management also combines strong user task control to improve a manufacturer's overall responsiveness to customer inquiries. Vantage 6.0 In March 2003, Epicor also announced availability of Vantage 6.0, its comprehensive integrated manufacturing solution that addresses the needs of larger mid-market MTO and mixed-mode manufacturers with fully Read More
Global ERP Functionality Delivered
Today, global trade management issues affect small and midsized businesses (SMBs) and large multinationals alike. While enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a

customer and supplier specific translations  release cycle, supporting immediate customer needs, adding new countries, and subsequently rolling them into the standard product. There are risks associated with delivering features in a separate layer, however. Often upgrades to these add-on functions are staged incrementally and are delivered well after the core release, and thus, there is a danger certain countries can be ?“left behind.” The risk is greater from smaller ERP players with limited development resources. However, in other instances, Read More
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 16th, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSMiami-based flower distributor selects Sage ERP X3Industry tags: Distribution

customer and supplier specific translations  a Great Plains retailer customer and its suppliers in Mexico. It was a neat product that dealt with EDI and using Office documents for purchase orders, advance shipping notices, etc. But, it was a bit ahead of its time (at that time Microsoft was not yet buying into the cloud imperative), and when the company realized how painful all these industry-specific vernaculars, language translations, tax codes, etc., would be, Microsoft pulled the plug, and the functionality was just rolled back to Dynamics GP Read More
Profiting from Customer Lifecycle Value
Even the most competent customer relationship management (CRM) products cannot guarantee success without a well-grounded strategy. Often CRM initiatives rush to

customer and supplier specific translations  Even the most competent customer relationship management (CRM) products cannot guarantee success without a well-grounded strategy. Often CRM initiatives rush to fix the technology and business-alignment issues, resulting in temporary CRM success. The purpose of this document is to help organizations in understanding customer lifecycle value for maximizing profits. Read More
Best-in-class Marketers Drive Enhanced Customer Loyalty
The path to a complete view of the customer lies not in eliminating data sources but in integrating them and providing access that is easy to navigate and

customer and supplier specific translations  customer lifecycle, to maximize customer loyalty and achieve best-in-class bottom-line results. Read More
CRM and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer
In CRM, and now e-CRM, its not about the technology, but about focusing on the locus of importance around which CRM applications grew; namely, the customer

customer and supplier specific translations  Technological Solutions: Be the Customer CRM and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer R. Garland - June 22, 2001 Introduction  Be the bagel. It was a refrain I heard often in a metalworking shop class I took in one of my engineering classes back in college. The purpose of the class was for the students to both design and build an original device of their own creation, with the purpose of helping them understand that engineers can't work in a vacuum, and they need to understand the implications of Read More
Improve Profitability with Customer Intelligence
The white paper improving your customer life cycle management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-of...

customer and supplier specific translations  this turns into poorer customer service and spiraling transactional costs. But it doesn't have to be that way. The white paper Improving Your Customer Life Cycle Management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-office integration. And the benefits are many: improved customer intelligence reduced costs increased profitability better customer relationships sustainable competitive advantage faster fulfillment and turnaround times Tightly integrating the front and Read More
Customer Analytics Pay Off
To help organizations develop a customer analytics strategy designed to drive growth and increase customer satisfaction, the IBM Institute for Business Value

customer and supplier specific translations  help organizations develop a customer analytics strategy designed to drive growth and increase customer satisfaction, the IBM Institute for Business Value has identified four stages of organizational capabilities and associated customer analytics strategies. Read More
Making Customer Experiences a Reality-Five Steps from Vision to Execution
Successful customer experiences change the competitive landscape by separating your company from the competition. Industry wisdom thus has companies focusing on

customer and supplier specific translations  along every channel of customer interaction—you will tap into the emotions and aspirations of your customers, creating a personal and long-standing connection with them. Read More
Voice of the Customer Analytics
Verint Voice of the Customer Analytics solutions provide a solution set to centralize customer feedback across channels, interpret it in the context of

customer and supplier specific translations  by analyzing and combining customer data from both direct (speech analytics, chat, e-mail) and indirect sources (social media) to gain a holistic view of the customer experience—down to the individual customer level. Read More
Customer Analytics in the Age of Social Media
This TDWI Best Practices Report examines organizations’ current practices and future plans for customer analytics technology implementations, with a special

customer and supplier specific translations  and future plans for customer analytics technology implementations, with a special focus on how organizations are adapting to the knowledge potential as well as challenges of social media networks. The report offers recommendations for achieving greater return on investment (ROI) from customer analytics processes. Read More
Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) Software Evaluation Report
Criteria in this Software Evaluation Report pertain to managing supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, and customer business processes. Addressing demand

customer and supplier specific translations  Relationship Management (SRM) Software Evaluation Report TEC's Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision. This Software Evaluation Report provides Read More
SAP Customer Success Story


customer and supplier specific translations  Customer Success Story Read More
Customer Centricity: The Devil Lies in the Details
The purpose of this white paper is to help readers understand the importance of customer-centricity in today's highly competitive and constantly evolving

customer and supplier specific translations  understand the importance of customer-centricity in today's highly competitive and constantly evolving business landscape. Its aim is to remove misconceptions and guide you to achieve true customer-centricity. Read More

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