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TEC Product Review: Omnivex Moxie
TEC business intelligence and data management analyst Jorge García profiles Omnivex Moxie, a powerful digital signage software solution designed for business environments where content serves not only to engage and inform, but also to provide guidance, facilitate knowledge sharing, and, most importantly, enhance decision making.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: TEC Product Review: Omnivex Moxie TEC Product Review: Omnivex Moxie Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: TEC business intelligence and data management analyst Jorge García profiles Omnivex Moxie, a powerful digital signage software solution designed for business environments where content serves not only to engage and inform, but also to provide guidance, facilitate knowledge sharing, and, most importantly, enhance decision making. TEC Product Review: Omnivex Moxie
11/23/2012 10:46:00 AM

Dalian Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools
After adopting two-dimensional computer-aided design (2D CAD) in the 1990s, Dalian Shipyard discovered that 2D technology didn’t meet the real-world challenges facing ship designers. For example, 2D CAD could not graphically reproduce real ship design challenges, such as collisions. Dalian Shipyard needed better product lifecycle management (PLM) tools. The solution: CADDS 5i—a complete 3D CAD tool for shipbuilding.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: in China with PTC Product Development Tools Dalian Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools Source: PTC Document Type: Case Study Description: After adopting two-dimensional computer-aided design (2D CAD) in the 1990s, Dalian Shipyard discovered that 2D technology didn’t meet the real-world challenges facing ship designers. For example, 2D CAD could not graphically reproduce real ship design challenges, such as collisions. Dalian Shipyard needed better product
10/10/2007 4:05:00 PM

Simplifying Life at Special Metals Welding Products
Special Metals Welding Products needed to adapt an actual cost methodology in order to effectively compete in the erratic nickel market, where profits are measured in pennies per pound. It was clear that cost management was a critical application. By implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system as its integrated business system, its profitability doubled in less than two years.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: at Special Metals Welding Products Simplifying Life at Special Metals Welding Products Source: Consona/AXIS Computer Systems Document Type: Case Study Description: Special Metals Welding Products needed to adapt an actual cost methodology in order to effectively compete in the erratic nickel market, where profits are measured in pennies per pound. It was clear that cost management was a critical application. By implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system as its integrated business system,
5/16/2007 3:49:00 PM

Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL


PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL Source: Antidot Document Type: Brochure Description: Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Database Management System (DBMS),   Extraction,   Transformation,   and Loading (ETL) Related
10/7/2013 12:13:00 PM

Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement
SYSPRO and Epicor are examples of .NET-enabled legacy software systems that have partly been componentized (rewritten), with

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: the Epicor Enterprise client/server product suite, whose business logic is exposed via .NET Web services. Most Epicor products generate Web services from business logic, or have business logic that simply is Web services (since the vendor has some heritage manufacturing products that will remain in traditional client/server mode). It is also interesting to note that there are no Web services in many of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP products as of yet. This is primarily because in some products, nothing is
10/3/2006

Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not?
When selecting a point of sale (POS) solution, users have a choice between stand-alone solutions and integrated solutions. They should first evaluate core and non-core components of POS systems, and assess the strengths and weaknesses of best-of-breed and integrated approaches.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: among customers, prices on products must be equitable; they cannot be higher than the competitor, but they cannot be lower than the cost. Moreover, to lessen the loss, markdowns allow retailers to liquidate discontinued or out of fashion products. Financials : The financials component is not considered a core element of POS systems. However, all vendors must at least have the means to communicate with a third-party financial system. This component includes general ledger, fixed assets, cost accounting,
4/10/2006

Version 12 of Maximizer CRM » The TEC Blog
on demand Oracle plm product lifecycle management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (182) Business Process Matters (67) Customer Relationship Matters (161) FOSS Ecosystem (24) From the Project Manager s Desk (32) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1140) Information Management and Collaboration (39) Inside TEC (92) Manufacturing Operations (100) Product Lifecycle Matters (81) Risk and Compliance (27) Software

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: CRM, customer relationship management, industry watch, Maximizer, Maximizer CRM version 12 summer 2013, mobile CRM, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
11-07-2013

The 7 Deadly Sins of Software Selection » The TEC Blog
Ways to Crash a Product Launch , from Harvard Business Review).   Why this sin will consign your software selection project to the flames of hell: Unrealistic deadlines are a sure-fire project killer—nothing says “bad decisions” quite like stress, haste, and ad hoc shortcuts. This goes for each step of the software selection process, from requirements gathering to go-live and post-implementation. But in particular, if an over-aggressive timeline has landed you behind the eight-ball, you’re going

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: Apocalypse, badbanana, Finagles Law, Harold Camping, Lunacy, Software Selection Pitfalls, The Rapture, tribulations, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
03-06-2011

Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations
Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations.IT White Papers and Other White Papers Related to Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations. Disintermediation is the process of removing redundant intermediaries from a systems management infrastructure. Once vital to systems monitoring, proprietary agents are now made largely redundant by native management tools, emerging standards and agentless monitoring architectures. Centauri makes disintermediation possible by providing a low-cost event management solution that unifies performance data and event messages under a common umbrella. This paper describes how you can take advantage of the disintermediation opportunity and minimize the risks of migrating from working proprietary data collectors to a new native-agent based solution.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: All other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective owners. Contents   Management Summary Trends in Distributed Systems Management The Late 80s IT Vendors Wise-Up Disintermediation in Systems Monitoring Agentless Monitoring Current Day Disintermediation with Centauri Step One: Planning for Disintermediation Step Two: Putting in Place Your Disintermediation Strategy Monitoring Oracle, SQL Server and other JDBC Databases Monitoring Microsoft Windows and Windows Applications Application
10/3/2005 12:45:00 PM

A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players – Part 4 » The TEC Blog
growth, profitability, and its product capabilities. Indeed, the company set the industry standard for the supply chain execution (SCE) space and was the envy of its competitors. But lately, the two competitors that had long looked at Manhattan from behind, RedPrairie Corporation and JDA Software , have been posting much more upbeat news in terms of growth in contrast to Manhattan’s declining revenues.  Part 2 analyzed some possible reasons behind that occurrence and focused on RedPrairie’s track

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: csm, distributed order management, dom, flowcasting, i2, jda focus, jda software, logistics, manhattan associates, manhattan momentum, manhattan scope, Manufacturing, Oracle, oracle retail, redprairie e2e suite, redshift, retail, SAP, sce, sterling commerce, terra technology, TMS, transpostation, warehousing, WMS, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
04-11-2009

Single Version of the Truth
Today's enterprise is no longer a single, vertically integrated organization. Globalization, outsourcing, and off-shoring have created an environment where end-to-end supply chains include many players, with a shared need for accurate and timely information.

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE OF DISNEYLAND: to the movement of product throughout the chain. And this information is becoming increasingly important. In order to synchronize the flow of goods, cash, and information across the supply chain, each link in the chain of custody should be monitored, recorded, and measured to ensure that constraints and failure points are identified, and that remedial action is taken. In addition, reliance on channel partners to provide market intelligence won t cut it. They have little to no motivation to provide this da
12/23/2005


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