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Lawson Asserts Itself, Draws A Bead On Bigger Players
With the new functional and technological enhancements to its flagship suite due in August, Lawson Software throws a gauntlet to direct, bigger competitors

telecommunications industry key players  services, public sector and telecommunications segments of the market. Lawson will continue to concentrate its internal sales efforts on its traditional vertical markets and to rely on partners to address and develop a particular industry's needs. Look for Lawson's expansion into another service industry market (e.g., utilities) and for its abstaining from manufacturing in the foreseeable future. Early involvement in ASP deployment (owing to its advanced product technology) and consequent securing of Read More...
CC&B for Telecommunications Industries
Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions for telecommunications providers typically provide mediation; provisioning; retail rating and billing; reporting; financial systems; packages, discoun...
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Supply Chain Management Systems for Service and Replacement Parts: Players, Benefits, and User Recommendations
Improved service management boosts revenue from both service offerings and new product sales, while improved customer service and enhanced offerings increase

telecommunications industry key players  electronics and MCA in telecommunications and industrial equipment; while Baxter often competes with MCA in telecommunications, and with Servigistics in high-tech/electronics. The enterprise resource planning (ERP) (and possibly SCP too) leader SAP has long been dabbling with delivering a spare parts and MRO solutions, via a longstanding alliance with Caterpillar-Ford Motor , but a solid, commercially available solution is yet to come. International Business Systems (IBS) has capabilities in determining Read More...
SAS and Action-Oriented Business Processes: Alliances, Partnerships, and Acquisitions
Combining deep analytics with BI solution functionality, expanding in certain verticals, and by acquiring several well thought out companies, have been key for

telecommunications industry key players  offered access to SAS Telecommunications Intelligence Solutions . This prepackaged solution has been available since mid-2004 and caters to the distinctive needs of carriers. Marketing Automation 4 incorporates SAS' proven activity-based management (ABM) and gives carriers the ability to identify customers, product, channel, and tariff profitability. Ultimately, this strategic partnership should give customers granular views of cost and profitability for more effective decision-making. For more details, Read More...
Industry Perspectives: Strategic Workforce Management in the Automotive Industry
There’s a buzz in the automotive industry around the concept of “strategic workforce management”—getting the right people, for the right job, at the right time,

telecommunications industry key players  market pressures, a leading telecommunications company needed to reduce its workforce to meet operating expense goals. The company chose to offer a voluntary, early retirement program to 14,000 eligible managers-expecting that 6,000 would accept. Challenge The company had completed several acquisitions, workforce reductions, and divestitures in the past, but this time the process needed to be completed within a month in order to capture more than $1 billion on the upcoming quarterly report. In addition, Read More...
Appian: Pushing the BPM Envelope—Part Two
To further discuss the issues brought up in last week’s post on business process management (BPM) provider Appian, TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic recently spoke to the

telecommunications industry key players  such as insurance, manufacturing, telecommunications, and healthcare. In the past 18 months, Appian has seen success in many markets that are relatively new to BPM, such as retail (customers like Amazon, Oakley, Nike, Punch Taverns), life sciences/pharmaceuticals (four of the world’s top five pharma companies are Appian customers—Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi, Merck, Novartis), transportation (Appian customers like Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Melbourne Airport and UPS), and energy/utilities (Appian Read More...
History of the HR Industry with HCM Fellow, Row Henson
Oracle HCM Fellow Row Henson shares insights from 40-plus years in the industry—from mainframe and client/server to Web 4.0 and beyond.

telecommunications industry key players  of the HR Industry with HCM Fellow, Row Henson Read More...
How Social Media Is Revolutionizing the Apparel Industry
In just a few short years, social media has revolutionized the way people communicate and share information. For apparel companies, going social is no longer an

telecommunications industry key players  Social Media Is Revolutionizing the Apparel Industry In just a few short years, social media has revolutionized the way people communicate and share information. For apparel companies, going social is no longer an option; it is a strategic business element that provides them the opportunity to collect detailed information on users and their habits, elicit real feedback and suggestions, and refine their offering and messaging to better suit user demands. Read More...
Is Your ERP System Built for Your Industry?
Most ERP applications have three major components: manufacturing, distribution, and finance. For process manufacturing, quality management is so embedded in all

telecommunications industry key players  process manufacturing,process industry,process ERP,process manufacturing paradigm,batch processing,organic processing,high-volume repetitive hybrid,continuous flow,Fullscope Read More...
Media Industry Solution for Intellectual Property Management
The media industry is undergoing radical change, driven in large part by new technologies such as the Internet, online publishing, and digital broadcasting. And

telecommunications industry key players  Industry Solution for Intellectual Property Management The media industry is undergoing radical change, driven in large part by new technologies such as the Internet, online publishing, and digital broadcasting. And at the heart of the industry is intellectual property. As the number of media and delivery channels explodes, you need to know how to manage rights inventory, license revenue streams, and royalty payments—efficiently and profitably. Read More...
Designing Telecommunications Security Infrastructure for the Future Smart Electricity Grid—Security Considerations
This white paper captures the learning gained from the telecommunications infrastructure rollout workstream of the flexible approaches for low carbon optimized

telecommunications industry key players  Telecommunications Security Infrastructure for the Future Smart Electricity Grid—Security Considerations This white paper captures the learning gained from the telecommunications infrastructure rollout workstream of the flexible approaches for low carbon optimized networks (FALCON) program. The security issues associated with the implementation are presented along with a discussion of the outlined solution. Read More...
Aurionpro’s SCMProfit for the Logistics Industry
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) had the occasion recently to speak with Aurionpro Solutions’ president of supply chain management (SCM), Atul Kaushal, and

telecommunications industry key players  SCMProfit for the Logistics Industry Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC)  had the occasion recently to speak with  Aurionpro Solutions ’ president of supply chain management (SCM), Atul Kaushal, and director of SCM, Dhananjay Jadhav, to learn more about the company and its solution. Aurionpro is a $100 million (USD) Mumbai, India–based software vendor, with a US base in San Ramon, California. It is a publicly owned company trading on the Indian stock exchanges ( BSE ,  NSE ). This Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of July 30, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSVentura Manufacturing selects IQMSIndustry tags: Manufacturing, Assembly

telecommunications industry key players  Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of July 30, 2012 SOFTWARE SELECTIONS Ventura Manufacturing selects IQMS Industry tags: Manufacturing, Assembly Ventura Manufacturing, Inc. has adopted IQMS's manufacturing ERP software after reviewing multiple top-tier ERP vendors. Venture Manufacturing is headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan, and provides component assembly for furniture and automotive customers. Ventura will also run IQMS' EDI module and customer/vendor portals, and plan to Read More...
Industry Analysts on Field Service Mobility Trends
P.J. Jakovljevic and other analysts discuss the impact of mobility on field service management.

telecommunications industry key players  Analysts on Field Service Mobility Trends Everything is mobile, and mobile is everything. In a new video from ClickSoftware, several industry analysts, including TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic, discuss the impact of mobility on field service management. Read More...
How to Maintain Your Lead in the High-tech Complex Equipment Industry
To maintain a leadership position in the high-tech complex equipment industry, electronic equipment manufacturers need reliable solutions to improve order

telecommunications industry key players  to Maintain Your Lead in the High-tech Complex Equipment Industry To maintain a leadership position in the high-tech complex equipment industry, electronic equipment manufacturers need reliable solutions to improve order accuracy, optimize fulfillment, and increase revenue for value-added services. Does your solution quickly commercialize new technology, integrate software with systems, and differentiate those systems with value-added services? Find out about what you might be missing. Read More...
6 Specialists, 6 Industry Domains: Trends for 2008 and 2009
In a survey on upcoming trends in employee management, the Learning Review asked six experts in six major industry domains one simple question: what do you

telecommunications industry key players  Specialists, 6 Industry Domains: Trends for 2008 and 2009 The Learning Review asked specialists from six major industry domains to share their thoughts on how they see various areas of employee management changing in the near future. The question, sent by e-mail, was simple: what do you think the main trends in [domain] will be for 2008 and 2009? Following are each of their answers. Human Resources (HR) Strategies by David Ulrich, consultant and educator in human resources management In the next one to Read More...

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