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Collaboration Drives Growth for Discrete Manufacturers: For Sage

As the economy returns to growth, the companies that prepare for today's challenges will take the lion's share of the available opportunity. The question is, which business initiatives will improve competitive position and take advantage of these new opportunities?

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Tips for Maximizing the Return on Your ERP Investment

As the economy picks up steam, organizations are increasing their investments in enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology as a way to help grow their business. Yet because the recovery remains uncertain, organizations remain concerned with squeezing the most from their IT investment dollars.

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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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7 Steps to Building a Business Case for ERP

Businesses are looking to make technology investments to prepare for growth. But with the economic recovery uneven and uncertain, they remain cautious about these investments. One thing is clear: Any technology investments must deliver value to the business. To define this value and corresponding costs, businesses need to define a business case for their technology investments ...

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Renovating Building Materials Businesses

The crisis in the housing market has simultaneously challenged the ability of building materials suppliers to adapt to a new landscape and threatened their very survival. The crisis has changed the fundamental demand curve for building supplies and, simultaneously, created opportunities in certain niche markets such as replacement windows, basement remodelling and waterproofing ...

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Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply

Few industrial companies were prepared for the swift economic decline in 2001. The losses led to industrywide cost control measures including off-shore sourcing. Wise companies also implemented greater risk management oversight. As the economic cycle rebounds and customers once again invest heavily in capital equipment, industrial companies should continue to be careful of risks ...

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Managing Business Risk in Building Materials and Supply

The building materials and supply industry has its own rhythm, oscillating up and down with changes in seasons, economic turns, and the boom and bust cycles of housing starts and commercial construction periods. These business highs and lows compound the risks of expanding into new regions and product lines, going after larger business opportunities, and being a one-stop full-service ...

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Thriving in the post downturns new normal

Learning how to be ahead of the curve, reinvest capital and improve cleint relations to help your bottom line.

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