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Case Study: Howard Community College
The desire to be environmentally responsible—and save money—led Howard Community College (HCC) to green its campus. Seeing that there was room for savings in its computing technology, HCC searched for an energy management solution that would make workstations available when system resources are required, while conserving power during productivity downtimes. Learn how the solution HCC chose offered energy savings and more.
: Case Study: Howard Community College Case Study: Howard Community College Source: Faronics Document Type: Case Study Description: The desire to be environmentally responsible—and save money—led Howard Community College (HCC) to green its campus. Seeing that there was room for savings in its computing technology, HCC searched for an energy management solution that would make workstations available when system resources are required, while conserving power during productivity downtimes. Learn how the
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University College London Hospitals (UCLH)
In an industry so reliant on regulatory compliance, UCLH used Lombardi Blueprint and Teamworks solutions to map and improve processes across the entire organization, from administration to patient management, with benefits for employees and patients by optimizing performance across the board. Read more on how Lombardi BPM solutions from IBM helped UCLH revamp its complex administrative processes to increase productivity.
: University College London Hospitals (UCLH) University College London Hospitals (UCLH) Source: IBM Document Type: Case Study Description: In an industry so reliant on regulatory compliance, UCLH used Lombardi Blueprint and Teamworks solutions to map and improve processes across the entire organization, from administration to patient management, with benefits for employees and patients by optimizing performance across the board. Read more on how Lombardi BPM solutions from IBM helped UCLH revamp its complex
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Case Study: Lewis and Clark Community College
Lewis and Clark Community College in Illinois (US) was having a number of technology problems in its classrooms, leading to student attention issues. After installing a new software solution, teachers can now share their screens with students, provide remote assistance to students from a central console, and monitor classroom screens to ensure students are on task. Find out more about this workstation management solution.
: Lewis and Clark Community College Case Study: Lewis and Clark Community College Source: Faronics Document Type: Case Study Description: Lewis and Clark Community College in Illinois (US) was having a number of technology problems in its classrooms, leading to student attention issues. After installing a new software solution, teachers can now share their screens with students, provide remote assistance to students from a central console, and monitor classroom screens to ensure students are on task. Find
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Case Study: Barnes & Noble College Booksellers
Committed to keeping pace with market trends, optimizing operations, and streamlining the student experience, Barnes & Noble wanted to upgrade its e-commerce platform. Learn how the company found a solution that offered the functionality, scalability, and reliability needed to create customized online solutions for each of its campus bookstores, while also having the capacity to quickly bring new stores online.
: Study: Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Case Study: Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Source: IBM Document Type: Case Study Description: Committed to keeping pace with market trends, optimizing operations, and streamlining the student experience, Barnes & Noble wanted to upgrade its e-commerce platform. Learn how the company found a solution that offered the functionality, scalability, and reliability needed to create customized online solutions for each of its campus bookstores, while also having the
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The 13th Vendor Shootout for ERP Software: See How the Vendors Compare » The TEC Blog
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Selecting PLM Software Solutions
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Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website?
WebCriteria announced that it has launched a new study of user interaction with Websites. As with previous studies, the results will be used to build a software model of a surfer (named Max) and integrated into products that help assess the quality of a real surfer’s experience.
: on a population of college students. The new study will enable the company to build a family of Maxes (and Maxines) that cover other specific demographics, specifically age and browsing experience. The company could also, depending on the data collected, create goal-oriented Maxes, such as one that captures the behavior of surfers shopping for particular kinds of merchandise. The reports from the product show detailed information about Max s browsing experience on a URL-by-URL basis, so that a company can
Social Networks: How They re Turning CRM Upside Down
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: is Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) . In its earlier research, BWRS reported that HR administrators at LACCD wanted only the most basic metrics, with little analysis. With a total workforce of 10,000, each of the college s nine campuses has its own HR team. All of these teams share data and information from a central HR Information Systems platform, which is part of LACCD s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Recently, though, administrators decided to upgrade the system and then
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