Posts filed under: Operations

Five Facts That Will Change Your Business

When it comes to managing your business documents, there is no doubt that document management software can greatly improve your business operations. Companies large and small from around the world use document management software on a daily basis to save...
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Has your ERP Become a Legacy System?

1st generation ERP’s were implemented around the 1995 to 2000 period.  Most of them have now become legacy systems. What does legacy really mean? It means your ERP is no longer meeting the needs of your organization. Here are a...
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Where Fantasy Football Meets Business

One of the ways that manufacturers can be classified is as discrete or process; this describes the type of manufacturing processes involved (there is a third type, mixed mode, which combines both). Your typical small- or medium-sized manufacturer has better...
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New Office 365 plans for small and mid-sized businesses available today

On Thursday, Microsoft released a new set of Office 365 plans tailored to meet the needs of businesses ranging in size from one to approximately 250 employees. The new plans are specifically designed for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) at...
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DDX™ Document Management Poised and Ready for SYSPRO 7.0 ERP

Jul. 31, 2014 – GERMANTOWN, Wis. — Dash Development Group, creators of DDX®, a well-established, integrated document management system, revealed today its compatibility with SYSPRO’s latest ERP version, 7.0. Dash’s DDX® delivers cost effective, “green minded” Document Management software, which...
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What makes a Business Intelligence implementation successful?

Although organizations differ in countless ways as do their Business Intelligence needs, winning BI solutions do share common traits. Below are seven principles honed by SHEA through years of successful BI projects. Business focus Identifying the business needs, drivers and...
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Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing

One of the ways that manufacturers can be classified is as discrete or process; this describes the type of manufacturing processes involved (there is a third type, mixed mode, which combines both). Your typical small- or medium-sized manufacturer has better...
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Foresight Practitioner Conference 2014

The annual Foresight Practitioner Conference will be held at Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business on October 8-9, 2014.  This year’s conference theme is “From S&OP to Demand-Supply Integration: Collaboration Across the Supply Chain”. Putting Collaboration into Practice. Achieve...
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Analyzer Features Recombinant BI

Strategy Companion Analyzer now includes Recombinant BI, a powerful way for non-technical business users to combine and re-combine information into custom groups, providing a browser-based way for users to group and analyze information without the need to involve IT. This...
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