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Predictive Analytics; the Future of Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) is evolving as it grows in popularity. Within BI, there is a shift from traditional analytics to predictive analytics, and predictive

business economics ba  IT industry specializing in business intelligence (BI), customer relationship management (CRM), project management, database design, and reporting software. He is a leading BI expert and has worked as a senior project manager on IT projects for Fortune 1000 companies in India, the Middle East, US, and Canada. He has also developed call center systems, software architecture, and portfolio management systems. He holds an MA in Economics, and a BA in Economics and Statistics from the University of Dhaka and Read More...
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Blast Past Manufacturing Bottlenecks with Constraint-based Scheduling
Managing constraints in any manufacturing or service environment can be difficult. But with the right tools, accurate data, and a skilled user, a management

business economics ba  holds a BA in business and economics from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio (US) and an MBA from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (US). He is an active APICS member, and his certifications include Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM) and Certified in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM). Read More...
Weather the Recession with Project ERP
There’s a notable difference between management by project and project management. By using project-centric software, organizations can implement the former and

business economics ba  holds a BA in Business and Economics from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and an MBA from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (US). He is an author of the current APICS body of knowledge and a contributor to APICS' current Lean Enterprise Workshop . His certifications include Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM) and a Certification in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM). Read More...
Five Tips for Saving Money on Your Business Phone System
With recession looming and profit margins under siege, the last thing any company needs is a capital-draining business phone system. Fortunately, today’s voice

business economics ba  Saving Money on Your Business Phone System With recession looming and profit margins under siege, the last thing any company needs is a capital-draining business phone system. Fortunately, today’s voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) providers offer plenty of cost-trimming features to keep business phone costs in check or dramatically lower communications overhead. Read here to know the five ways businesses are taking advantage of new VoIP technology to save money. Read More...
The New Business of Business Leaders: Talent Management
In this white paper, the role of business leaders in driving talent management functions is explored, with a particular focus on the tools and approaches that

business economics ba  New Business of Business Leaders: Talent Management In this white paper, the role of business leaders in driving talent management functions is explored, with a particular focus on the tools and approaches that will make them successful. Read More...
Keeping Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance
One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for

business economics ba  in Focus While Driving Business Performance One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for fueling all other business activity, from staff salaries, to raw materials, to rent. Growing firms need to be especially attentive to cash flow because sales increases typically require new investments associated with product or service production before payments are received. Learn more now. Read More...
Business Process Management in Free and Open Source: An Overview of the Demand and the Supply
Free and open source software (FOSS) has become a hot topic in the business process management (BPM) market. This article discusses the relevance between BPM

business economics ba  category of enterprise software— business process management (BPM). This time, I was able to find more than one BPM solution that’s offered without license fees and had an impression that in the BPM area, FOSS- as-a-software-licensing-model has established noticeable ground.  A market is comprised of two major sides—one side has the demands and the other side has the capabilities to satisfy these demands. In order to verify the relevance between BPM and FOSS from the user side, I used Technology Read More...
Driving SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence
In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in

business economics ba  SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in check to maintain healthy margins. Many small to medium businesses (SMBs) are investing in business intelligence (BI) solutions to assist with this effort. Find out what tools are necessary to provide BI and how a suite of BI tools can help SMBs improve efficiency. Read More...
The Business Value of Business Intelligence
Now that technical aspects of delivering information to the business intelligence (BI) user community are understood, BI vendors are focused on market expansion

business economics ba  Business Value of Business Intelligence Now that technical aspects of delivering information to the business intelligence (BI) user community are understood, BI vendors are focused on market expansion through key initiatives, including advocating ‘BI for the masses.’ However promising expanded BI use may be, a careful and balanced discussion of the specific business and technical preconditions for capturing the business value of BI investments is needed. Read More...
Is Your Business Software Limiting Your Business?
The rapid development of information technology and all types of business software yields a lot of possibilities for businesses and other organizations that

business economics ba  Your Business Software Limiting Your Business? The rapid development of information technology and all types of business software yields a lot of possibilities for businesses and other organizations that were previously unavailable or even unimaginable. The positive effect of the mass adoption of business software is clearly visible and well known, and I am not going to pursue that subject here. Negative consequences, however, also exist. In reality, businesses have become so congested and dependent on Read More...
Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies
Like many of today’s IT decision makers, you may be considering a business intelligence (BI) solution for your midsize company. But how do you go about adding

business economics ba  Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies IBM offers an integrated, easy-to-use set of Business Intelligence solutions than can help your midsize business save time, grow systems without breaking your budget and provide a new level of insight so that you can make better decisions. Source: IBM Resources Related to Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies : Business Intelligence (BI) (Wikipedia) Achieving Business Intelligence (BI) in Midsize Companies Business Intelligence Read More...
Navigator Business Solutions, Inc.
Navigator One Business Solutions has been providing business software to manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and retailers since 1994. Its solutions

business economics ba  Business Solutions, Inc. Navigator One Business Solutions has been providing business software to manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and retailers since 1994. Its solutions are based on SAP Business One technology. Navigator also provides its more than 300 SAP clients with implementation, training, and on-site project management. The company is headquartered in Pleasant Grove, Utah (US), with sales and service offices throughout the US and partners throughout the world. Read More...
Navigator Business Solutions Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) for Discrete ERP Certification Report
Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of discrete enterprise resource planning (ERP) software in TEC's Evaluation

business economics ba  Business Solutions Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) for Discrete ERP Certification Report TEC Discrete ERP Product Certification Report: Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) TEC specializes in impartial and quantifiable software selection. Our unique Web-based technology allows us to deliver a variety of software evaluation and selection services online, and to deliver results in far less time than traditional consulting engagements. Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Resources Read More...
The Business Value of Enterprise Business Intelligence
While BI continues to be closely aligned with sales analysis and reporting, more companies are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and

business economics ba  Business Value of Enterprise Business Intelligence While BI continues to be closely aligned with sales analysis and reporting, more companies are evolving in their use of it to not only understand, predict and influence the behavior of their customers, but to plan, evaluate and monitor their supply chains. The ultimate goal: to drive performance improvements across their businesses. This paper focuses on the influence of Enterprise BI on manufacturing and distribution organizations. Read More...
IBM Cognos Business Intelligence: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

business economics ba  Cognos Business Intelligence: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to Read More...

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