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Software Piloting: How Do You Fly This Plane
Piloting the software is one of, if not the most, critical event in the project life cycle. If done well, the pilot will uncover issues before they become problems, instill confidence in the users that the software is ready for prime time, and make the 'go live' uneventful and a cause for celebration

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: This Plane Software Piloting: How Do You Fly This Plane Joseph J. Strub - December 23, 2003 Read Comments Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - December 23, 2003 Introduction Due to its complex integration issues and cross-departmental impact, implementing a large ERP software package is a formidable process. Good project planning, with its key events such as software installation, training, and data conversions, can guide a team to a successful and smooth go live. Piloting the software is one of, if not

What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000, the next major release of SQL Server 7, is Microsoft’s SQL 7 release of its database both re-architected and re-written. Microsoft has high hopes for the latest version in a market that was worth $8 Billion in 1999, an 18% increase over 1998. What remains to be seen is whether it will attract customers not already using SQL Server.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: to have Microsoft delineate how licensing is going to be structured, and what happens as they scale up to larger numbers of servers and/or users. As always, production rollout should be delayed until the first Service Pack for the General Availability product has been released, and regression tested by the customer s IT and QA staffs. Glossary of Terms Distributed Internet Architecture: Microsoft s term (originally invented for Windows NT) to describe the components that make up its enterprise network arc

Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part One
Enterprise software selection is a risky undertaking for any organization. Find out how you can reduce the risk with a best-practice approach to assessment, evaluation, and selection—and learn how to reduce the time and cost involved in choosing the right solution.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: final recommendations. Phase 1: How to Define Your Business and Technical Requirements Typical enterprise application selections begin with little mention of technology, since the first consideration is modeling the desired business processes that the new technology will enable, and then matching them to the functional requirements within any given software solution. TEC uses a standardized methodology to model and match these processes. The following steps are critical to ensuring overall success within

Dealing with Food Industry Pressures
Small and medium food and beverage companies have the same regulatory requirements as large companies, but with significantly fewer resources with which to address them. Companies need systems that can provide comprehensive traceability information at the touch of a button.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: costly. The question is, how much risk is a company willing to take? Non-compliance can lead to fines, shutdowns, loss of market share, or even the end of the company. For most, these risks are overwhelming, and compliance with regulations is mandatory and non-negotiable. Regulations apply to all companies without regard to size. Thus, small and medium companies have the same requirements as large companies, but with significantly fewer resources with which to address them. Regulations demand the collecti


HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: The OpS-SQL software version is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for companies in the manufacturing and distribution environment.

The Automotive OEMs Might Soon Contract “BRAIN” Damage Part 2: The Future and User Recommendations
While business for BRAIN North America continues to be positive, developments in Germany will affect its future.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: BRAIN. A dicer situation, however, awaits the users that are in the middle of large rollouts and BRAIN is the pillar of their IT strategy. These users will have to wait and see whether BRAIN will sustain, either through new funding or acquisition. An unsuccessfully implemented system and unhappy and/or demoralized users would be one of the additional crucial arguments for the case of switching to another system. On the other hand, in the case of a successful implementation, smooth business processes flow

RSM McGladrey, Inc

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: At McGladrey, we offer a comprehensive set of technology services – from helping companies implement a business management application to designing a network infrastructure to providing hosting solutions for IT operations.

Two Stalwart Vendors Discuss Mid-market Issues
In continuing our first-time ever questions-and-answers series for software applications vendors, Infor and IFS, two upper mid-market, stalwart vendors, express their views on market trends, platform approaches, and mid-market issues.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: Contrary to presidential debates, however, the two vendors have had virtually unlimited time to respond to these questions, and no real limit was imposed regarding the length of their responses. Neither was any repartee possible regarding some of their allegations and statements about competitors (at least not at this stage, given that this is the very first article of its kind). As is the case for voters, it is up to each reader to form his or her own opinions about each vendor s responses, their

Can You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management
Although voice-directed picking may take distributors to higher logistics levels someday, operations managers should try listening to their warehouse personnel for now. Warehouse workers are the real experts on a company's warehouse, its product, and its customer.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: His mother-in-law replied, That s how my mother cooks turkey. The husband moved down to the other end of the dinner table and asked his wife s grandmother, Why do you cut the legs off the turkey before putting it in the oven? The grandmother laughed and responded, I didn t always cook turkey that way. I had a small oven and a big turkey. It wouldn t fit in the oven unless I cut off the legs. In other words, who knows what Jim is teaching the new guy? Just because Jim is the best picker doesn t mean

Driving the Change Agenda through a Low Overhead Program Office
You are your Projects! They maintain your corporate vitality. A Program Office can significantly contribute to strategy realization by ensuring that the right projects are launched in the right manner, at the right time, for the right reasons.

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: Unfortunately, TEC research has shown that the majority of IT projects that wind up on the corporate agenda are created by line operations management or lower in the organization, and that less than 10% come from the executive level. This is a genuine cause for concern. Our research has also revealed that a vast majority of these projects rely on interpretations or assumptions about business strategy. A sage once said that Context is worth 50 IQ points! Yet it is exactly this context that is missing

Software as a Service s Functional Catch-up
Software-as-a-service solutions are emerging to address almost every business application need considered

HOW TO MANAGE CONTENT: traditional approaches and determine how to overhaul the ancient application business models in order to join the SaaS movement. Not only do they have to painstakingly redesign their products, but they must also revise their sales and financial models to accommodate the SaaS, pay-as-you-go fee structures. They also need to rebuild their corporate cultures to make them more service-oriented rather than product-centric, which is no small feat given the myriad of cultural, business model, technology, and

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