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Cisco: IPv6 is Coming, Eventually
Cisco’s announcement of IPv6 support across its product lines continues the next generation Internet protocol’s deployment with all deliberate speed.

telecom cost allocation  2006. To wit, Japanese telecom giant NTT recently became only the first major ISP to offer commercial IPv6 service in the U.S. User Recommendations Estrin's comment that users don't know that they need IPv6 is telling. Vendors have generally done a poor job explaining why IPv6 will be important to users. Here are four. Networks Everywhere IPv4, the standard currently in use, provides a theoretical 4 billion possible Internet addresses. This sounds like more than it is. The IETF forecasts running out of Read More

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Facilities Management is Moving Forward with Technology
Information is one of the most valuable resources for facilities management departments, so it’s essential to have a process that lets you achieve full value

telecom cost allocation  the same way that telecom and networks have converged. Next-generation facility infrastructures will be much more integrated than simply banking on automated facility management systems backed by IT network. The long-term vision is that you’ll be able to control building operations based on preferences, criteria and business rules. Open standards are just beginning to evolve and will likely breakdown the silos between facility operations scoping up to elevator control starting from physical security. Read More
Coordinating Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-win Proposition for Both Sides of Manufacturing Partnerships
Managing the demands of constant change is one of the biggest challenges facing the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry today. Collaboration

telecom cost allocation  early 2000s when the telecom industry took a big downturn, the visibility from RapidResponse enabled us to decrease our inventories by about 70 percent, Sforza says. More recently, the company has improved inventory turns from the low single digits to the high single digits. Using the heavy-duty analytics of the GILR application, we've been able to avoid approximately $30 million in E&O inventory charges over the past couple of years, Sforza notes. We've also improved our supply and demand planning Read More
Aligning Business with IT through IT Portfolio Management and IT Governance
When business uncertainties are frequent and compliance with regulations is mandatory, it can be a challenge to keep information technology (IT) synchronized

telecom cost allocation  Insurance, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Telecom, Retail, Media & Entertainment, Energy & Utilities, and Logistics & Transportation; and through its technology practices. With an employee strength of over 12,000; multiple offshore development facilities across eight cities; and 23 international offices across the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific; Patni has registered revenues of US$ 450 million for the year 2005. Patni's technology focus spans enterprise applications, embedded technologies, Read More
Service Supply Chain Strategies to Increase Corporate Profitability
This article describes the unique challenges of the service supply chain, provides a framework for understanding the service management decision hierarchy, and

telecom cost allocation  as percent of revenue. Telecom Equipment Provider: Rapid Deployment of Service Product Strategy Through Outsourcing A leading provider of bandwidth management equipment to telecom service providers such as MCI, SBC and Verizon, traditionally sold parts to customers from a central distribution center as part of a product sale, with the expectation that the customers would manage the planning and stocking of parts themselves. Driven by competitive and market pressures, this company made a decision to offer Read More
Understanding the True Cost of Sourcing
In today's twenty-first century, global outsourced business world, the traditional and somewhat simplistic approaches used to measure cost for sourcing

telecom cost allocation  the True Cost of Sourcing The Shortcomings of Traditional Procurement In today's twenty-first century, global outsourced business world, the traditional and somewhat simplistic approaches used to measure cost for sourcing decisions of direct materials fall short. Procurement history is laden with penny-wise, pound-foolish decisions where the low cost supplier ultimately costs tens or hundreds of millions in lost revenue, lost market share, expedite fees, or write-offs. This goes beyond total Read More
CRM Selections: When An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Part Two: Using A Knowledge Base To Reduce The Time, Risk And Cost Of A CRM Selection
Using a knowledge base in the selection process can reduce the time, risk and cost of procuring technology. Well constructed knowledge bases that are used in a

telecom cost allocation  Selections: When An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Part Two: Using A Knowledge Base To Reduce The Time, Risk And Cost Of A CRM Selection Mitigating Drawbacks Through The Use Of A Knowledge Base Using a knowledge base in the selection process can reduce the time, risk and cost of procuring technology. With regard to technology selections, TEC describes a knowledge base as having three components: First , a comprehensive set of functional and technical criteria covering every functional Read More
Drive down cost? What does that really mean in a supply chain world?
Yes all of us are well aware that the global economy is in a downturn. We hear it in the news, on blogs, in articles, and we see it around us with massive

telecom cost allocation  down cost? What does that really mean in a supply chain world? Yes all of us are well aware that the global economy is in a downturn. We hear it in the news, on blogs, in articles, and we see it around us with massive layoffs and lower consumer spending. So while we have heard all about these problems, what is the solution to fix these issues from an enterprise point of view? In the first part of this series of three, I will identify the challenges organizations face when driving their costs down for Read More
Cost and Pricing Models in Food and Beverage Processing: Seeing the Forest through the Trees
Lost sight of your bottom line? Product pricing not in step with your actual costs? So busy trying to stay on top of cost behavior that you can’t keep your

telecom cost allocation  and Pricing Models in Food and Beverage Processing: Seeing the Forest through the Trees Lost sight of your bottom line? Product pricing not in step with your actual costs? So busy trying to stay on top of cost behavior that you can’t keep your costs under control? Cost and pricing models, as part of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, can help you better understand your costs. Put corrective measures into motion before problems occur—and save your food and beverage enterprise time and Read More
Total Cost of Ownership: HyperOffice versus Microsoft Exchange
There are two basic approaches available for organizations to offer their team members collaboration, communication, and intranet functionality: the in-house

telecom cost allocation  Cost of Ownership: HyperOffice versus Microsoft Exchange There are two basic approaches available for organizations to offer their team members collaboration, communication, and intranet functionality: the in-house model (also known as “on premise”), and the outsourced model (also known as “on demand”). Learn more about these approaches, with a particular focus on their cost considerations, with a comparison of collaboration tools from HyperOffice and Microsoft Exchange. Read More
Moving to the Cloud: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership
Before adopting any applications for key business functions, executives should perform a thorough total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis. Unfortunately, apples

telecom cost allocation  to the Cloud: Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership Before adopting any applications for key business functions, executives should perform a thorough total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis. Unfortunately, apples-to-apples comparisons can prove challenging. While it may be tempting to compare the initial license price of on-premises software to the annual subscription fees for cloud computing, this methodology fails to account for the ongoing internal operating costs for the on-premises software. Read More
Total Cost of Goods Shipped: A Guide to Better Sourcing Decisions
To increase profits, companies are searching for ways to reduce costs or sell more at the highest possible price. Many companies are turning to imported goods

telecom cost allocation  Cost of Goods Shipped: A Guide to Better Sourcing Decisions To increase profits, companies are searching for ways to reduce costs or sell more at the highest possible price. Many companies are turning to imported goods and materials due to lower manufacturing costs, but this can involve many hidden costs. In this paper, PM War Stories and Pronto Software examines how to effectively track the total cost of goods shipped to aid executives in making faster, better sourcing decisions. Read More
Lifecycle Cost Analysis: The Key to Asset Sustainability


telecom cost allocation  Cost Analysis: The Key to Asset Sustainability Read More
Case Study: Material and Labor Cost Categories Defined for Young Electric Sign Company
By implementing a job costing and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for discrete manufacturing, Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO) was able to

telecom cost allocation  Study: Material and Labor Cost Categories Defined for Young Electric Sign Company By implementing a job costing and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for discrete manufacturing, Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO) was able to save almost $250,000 (USD). Managers now have more accurate views of job completion and employee performance. Plus, the system’s ability to sort service contracts by region enables YESCO to be more responsive to its customers. Learn about the other benefits. Read More
Keep Talking, Not Spending: Ten Tips for Effective and Efficient Use of Telecom Solutions
Even in challenging economic times, companies still need to use technology to communicate with customers, partners, suppliers, and employees. Cutting back on

telecom cost allocation  and Efficient Use of Telecom Solutions Even in challenging economic times, companies still need to use technology to communicate with customers, partners, suppliers, and employees. Cutting back on spending can have a negative effect in a long downturn. You’ll have fewer options when conditions improve—and a disadvantage compared to competitors that continue to invest. Learn about 10 steps you can take to maximize use of communications, while minimizing costs. Read More

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