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Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs
Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs. Download Whitepaper on Software That Meets Your Needs. A failed software implementation can cost companies millions in wasted time and money. To ensure your software selection project isn’t a sorry statistic, use the right metrics to gauge your success. Time, budget, and functionality aren’t enough--focus your efforts on requirements analysis and definition. Take measures to ensure your software meets your needs, and discover how to perform accurate requirements analysis.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: budget means nothing if the software itself doesn t meet the needs of the organization. But in addition to considering your internal resources, it s important to realize that the probability of success also depends on how you define success. Organizations often employ fuzzy thinking to determine the metrics that define a successful software implementation project. Companies have a tendency to use three common metrics: if the project was completed within a scheduled time frame and within budget, and
10/1/2008 12:32:00 PM

The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software
he Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software.Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Investigation of The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software. Consider the case of two hypothetical companies—Company A and Company Z—each using an identical enterprise software package delivering identical core functionality. Company A has the same number of users, but the total cost of ownership (TCO) experienced by Company Z is about twice the TCO enjoyed by Company A. Why? We explain.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: a new version of the software is implemented. And this process once again lengthens the project timeline for the upgrade, increasing both hard costs and the soft costs that can be felt across an organization.   But wait! Doesn’t Company Z obtain significant additional functionality or benefit from the modifications? In most situations the answer to this question is, sadly, no. Increased cost, little gain When our customers want us to, IFS will in fact modify our enterprise applications. But we
5/12/2006 12:41:00 PM

2008 Software Re solutions » The TEC Blog
vendors later on in the software selection process, in order to elicit from the vendors which features and functionality their solutions support. But you can use an RFP like a checklist, making quick note of the functionalities you require, and even rating how important each is to your business activities. Software Selection Resolution # 2 I promise to research all possible solutions, identify those that are relevant to my enterprise and industry, and eliminate those that are unsuitable, in order to

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17-12-2007

Global Software Integration: Why Do So Many Projects Fail?
Compare your choices concerning Global Software Integration.To meet all your needs, download our Free whitepaper. The IT field is littered with failed global software integration sagas. The many reasons for these failures include mismatched capabilities, geographical requirements, and project technical management deficiencies. Global software projects should start with in-depth analysis of features and functions, so the software’s capabilities meet corporate requirements. Find out how to avoid a failed software integration project.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: run the project. If the software initiative is integral to the future competitive viability of the corporation the CEO needs to step in and assign this critical responsibility to the individual most capable of pulling it off. The selection of such an individual sends a clear message to the troops that the organization and the CEO is fully committed to the initiative. This commitment is a critical success ingredient. Standardized software has powerful benefits. Uniform product delivery, integrity of data
7/17/2009 3:13:00 PM

Software Evaluation, Selection, and Contract Negotiation
Software Evaluation, Selection, and Contract Negotiation. Get Free Knowledge Associated with Software Evaluation, Selection, and Contract Negotiation. Most articles about the pitfalls of software implementation projects highlight the mistakes made during implementation. Examples include poor project management, scope creep, uncommitted users, or lack of an executive sponsor. All of these areas of focus are valid, but often we forget that before starting the implementation, somehow we had to choose a package and sign a contract.

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3/27/2007 8:43:00 AM

American Software - A Tacit Avant-Garde?
Throughout June, American Software, Inc. continued to announce additional functions that broaden the scope of its e-intelliprise application suite. It also announced financial results for fiscal 2000.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: a 19% decrease from the same quarter last year. Software license fees were $2.4 million, a 60% decrease from the same period last year. Services revenues were $14.6 million, a 12% decrease from the same quarter last year. Maintenance revenues were $6.3 million, a 2% increase from the same period in fiscal 1999. Net loss was approximately $2.7 million or $.12 per share compared to a net income of $1.2 million or $.05 per diluted share for the comparable period last year excluding a tax benefit credit and
7/24/2000

CMMS Software for Hire
Application Service Provision (ASP).There has been a trend in recent years towards the use of remote software services through application service providers. These are companies who make software applications available via the Internet to users who, rather than buying software, pay rental fees for it. The software does not have to be installed locally, the application being available through any web browser, and all support and maintenance is handled by the service provider. CMMS vendors are not the only ones offering these solutions. CAD modelling, engineering design, finance packages, purchasing, ERP and even your company Intranet can now be rented. This is an expanding sector and the signs are that major growth is about to take place. Earlier problems with slow data transfer speeds, communication costs and data security have largely been eliminated and this has made ASP a very attractive proposition. This is clearly illustrated by the proliferation of systems that have become available over the last three or four years with most of the major CMMS vendors now offering an ASP option.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: rental fees for it. The software does not have to be installed locally, the application being available through any web browser, and all support and maintenance is handled by the service provider. CMMS vendors are not the only ones offering these solutions. CAD modelling, engineering design, finance packages, purchasing, ERP and even your company Intranet can now be rented. This is an expanding sector and the signs are that major growth is about to take place. Earlier problems with slow data transfer
9/7/2005 3:12:00 AM

System Software Suppliers Slip Seriously
Shares of Computer Associates, BMC Software, Compuware Corporation, and others have suffered serious setbacks on the stock market in recent days due to shortfalls in revenue. These companies are direct competitors, and are all suffering the same fate in the stock market. Once again, the dreaded Wall Street 'whisper number' has not been made, and the stock market has reacted harshly. Sales of mainframe software have softened, causing much of the shortfall.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: downturn, and not necessarily the software firms themselves. Customers should continue to evaluate software from these companies, while keeping a watchful eye on their market capitalization. In particular, Computer Associates has been fond of acquiring competitors (most recently Platinum Technology and Sterling Software, the two largest software acquisitions in U.S. history). Either BMC or Compuware could be next if they are not careful.
8/8/2000

Productivity for Software Estimators
Presently, software estimation is considered to be an art rather than a science. At the heart of this perception is the lack of understanding of the concept of

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: The present scenario in the software industry is that there are multiple units of software size measures. These units of measure include function points, use case points (UCP), object points, feature points, Internet points, test points, mark II function point analysis (FPA), lines of code (LOC), etc. There is no accepted way of converting software size from one unit of measure into another. One odd aspect of these measures is that the size of the software is adjusted (increased or decreased) based on
5/30/2007

TradeStone Software Presents Bamboo Rose
TradeStone’s merchandise lifecycle management (MLM) platform unifies the design, sourcing, ordering, and delivery of private-label and branded goods, allowing fashion, apparel, footwear, and accessories retailers to leverage a “single version of the truth.” The company’s latest innovation, Bamboo Rose, is a global e-market community for retailers and suppliers who want to exchange ideas and product information before they buy.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: for an overview of the TradeStone MLM suite and its market. Bamboo Rose TradeStone Software had a productive showing at Retail’s BIG Show 2012 , organized by the National Retail Federation (NRF) . The company introduced Bamboo Rose , a global e-market community for retailers and suppliers who want to exchange ideas and product information before they buy. Built using TradeStone Software’s MLM technology, the marketplace allows retailers to better prepare for each season, while suppliers can market
5/14/2012 11:18:00 AM

Vendor Spotlight: KANA Software
Welcome to TEC's Vendor Spotlight series. This installment focuses on KANA Software, a company founded in 1996 that has evolved from e-mail management into service experience management. See how KANA's software and service offerings help more than 600 customers manage the entire customer service lifecycle, from initial customer contact through to satisfaction survey responses or peer-to-peer sharing of the customer experience.

THE SOFTWARE DESIGNER PRO: or peer-to-peer sharing of the customer experience. Vendor Spotlight: KANA Software style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),   Customer Service and Support,   E-CRM,   Workflow Automation,   Business Process Management (BPM),   Best Practices,   Change Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   KANA Communications,   KANA Software,   customer service,   crm,   customer service tips,
4/26/2011 5:13:00 PM


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