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Managing Business Risk in Electronics and Computer Markets: For Sage

Vigilant and systematized risk management is as important for growing small and midsized companies that build or distribute electronics as it is for Fortune 500 corporations. Opportunities for mistakes abound as firms develop into one-stop solution providers and handle higher production volumes, possibly on a global scale.

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Optimize Your Business: How ERP Can Improve Productivity and Profitability

As they grow, companies rely on more and more processes, activities and systems to run their businesses. These likely include a number of manual and automated workflows and procedures as well as a variety of departmental applications and legacy databases that are poorly integrated. While this approach may have served its purpose in the past, at some point it can become cumbersome. ...

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Overcoming Barriers to Collaboration with Trading Partners

To meet the increasing demands of today's market,companies must implement collaborative supply chain solutions that streamline business processes with their trading partners. With real-time visibility and control of supply chain execution to all parties, while addressing supplier issues head on, collaboration can succeed. Manufacturers can implement effective supplier collaboration ...

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Going Global: Key Functional Issues Your ERP System Should Manage

Does your current application accommodate these multi-national functional requirements? If not, it might be time purchase a new ERP system that has these capabilities built-in. Business entities such as currency, language and taxation rules need to be so well integrated into the fabric of the business application that program modifications to your current system would be too extensive ...

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Building Blocks for an Effective BI Implementation

The new ERP system is up and running and every business transaction is being processed successfully. But management is unhappy. "Where is the return on investment we projected before the implementation started?" they ask. It's every project manager's nightmare. And it's a scene being played out in the midst of numerous new ERP system implementations today, particularly in ...

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Strategic Partnering in the Speciality Chemicals Industry

While the economic crisis sped up the inevitable changes in the chemical industry, it also forced companies to face these changes and pare down their businesses to core capabilities. This provides a cleaner sheet from which to build a new corporate vision and value-driven infrastructure. It also put companies in the position of fewer in-house resources and assets, which will drive ...

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An ERP Guide to Driving Efficiency

Improving business efficiency is a perennial concern for any company that hopes to achieve "best-in-class" operations. Businesses that successfully improve efficiency stand to reduce operating costs while improving the effectiveness and profitability of their operations. They also gain time to devote to strategic planning. While many companies employ siloed applications ...

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Profitable Sustainability in the Chemicals Industry

The chemicals industry is becoming a leader in green and sustainability–accelerated by a tough economy and regulatory compliance requirements. Five years ago, there was not a single reference to sustainability at the American Chemical Society's (ACS) annual conference. This year, ecological improvement and green chemistry dominate the agenda.

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Business Intelligence: Integration Matters

In today's dynamic business environment, every staff member needs the right information to perform their job effectively. From high level executives who determine the strategic direction of the company to customer service agents on the front line who must react quickly to customer issues, when employees have access to the most accurate information at the time they need it, they ...

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ERP Facts and Information

On average, companies select new business software every 7 to 12 years. Due to this infrequency, few client employees are truly skilled at selecting software. The following are our general guidelines when selecting a business system.

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