Archive for January, 2006

SAP R/3 Security in the Sarbanes OXley Era – 7 Steps for Better SOX Compliance

An interesting article on how to focus in on Sarbanes Oxley with your ERP: 7 major pointers which can help organizations towards better SAP security in the Sarbanes Oxley Era.Big4Guy – SAP R/3 Security in the Sarbanes OXley Era – 7 Steps for Better SOX Compliance

Integrated Solutions – RFID Required: LEGO’s Integrated RFID System

You’ve probably heard the stories of frustration with RFID: high overheads and little returns, constant implementation challenges, and business benefits that will be realized someday. So I’m sure you’l be as floored as I was when you hear LEGO Systems, Inc.’s story. Pat McGrath, project manager, distribution, Americas; and Gary Deets, applications manager, global IT, […]

Corporate ERP of the Next decade: Microsoft/Unix/Java – Coexistence & Harmony?

Andrew Karasev While in 1990th we saw very fierce fighting between Microsoft Windows and Apple Computer PowerMac for the workstations market, when two systems were practically not compatible and didn’t have plans to understand each other, plus all the blends of Unix/Linux were trying to step in and take workstation market over, the next decade […]

What You Need to Know About CRM

Frank Dazerton Customer Relationship Management (abbreviated CRM) is a very hot topic among businesses. CRM is such a hot topic because it is a way for businesses to connect with their customers, increase profits, and have better customer service. There are several things that you need to know about CRM. 1. It’s all about the […]

Open Source ERP for SMEs

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software has traditionally been used by large corporations to integrate and automate diverse departments across the enterprise. For a long time, smaller companies purchased individual accounting and payroll packages and then migrated to expensive ERP solutions as they grew. They did not have many options as ERP solutions were costlier and […]

Digital Kanban Trumps e-Kanban

Thomas Cutler Key Benefits of Digital Kanban include: * Further Reduce Inventory: Detailed reporting and increased visibility make resizing and elimination of excess buffers easy and accurate. * Further Reduce Stock Outages: All members of the supply chain can proactively address upcoming changes without having to wait until the outages occur. * Dramatically Increase Buyer/Planner […]

Why Six Sigma?

The simple answer is to improve your business methodology so that you reduce defects, thus reducing costs and increasing quality, thus increasing efficiency and ultimately, customer satisfaction and loyalty. The fundamental objective of the Six Sigma methodology is the implementation of a measurement-based strategy that focuses on process improvement and variation reduction through the application […]

Performance Excellence Techniques are Secret No More

Karen Trisko Leading Excellence, Inc. makes best practice techniques used by America’s best companies available through Web-based seminars. (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) October 25, 2005 — The best companies in America, verified by the U.S. Department of Commerce Baldrige National Quality Award process, have mastered strategies for success that previously were not well known. […]

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