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Onyx Thinks ASP Opportunities Are A Gem
Onyx Software is a CRM vendor that competes in the mid-market. Onyx considers implementation risk, implementation time, and distribution strategy to be significant competitive variables. The result is a clearly defined ASP strategy that emphasizes forging quality relationships with a few ASPs.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: Onyx Thinks ASP Opportunities Are A Gem Onyx Thinks ASP Opportunities Are A Gem L. Talarico - October 18, 2000 Read Comments L. Talarico - October 18, 2000 Event Summary Onyx Software, a CRM vendor that competes against the likes of Siebel, Kana, and Pivotal in the mid-market, is committed to distributing its applications through ASPs. Onyx s main product is Onyx 2000, which has the following four components: E-business Engine - This is the backbone for the rest of the applications. The engine consists of
10/18/2000

Making the Most of Your Sales Opportunities
Discover proven approaches to sales success in Sales Performance Management: Maximize Profits with Comprehensive Sales Processes.

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10/7/2010 10:01:00 AM

Integrate Business Planning for Dynamics NAV
Integrate Business Planning for Dynamics NAV. Search for Articles and Other Solutions to Characterize Your Comparison In Relation To Integrate Business Planning for Dynamics NAV. Developed based on the role-tailored integrated business planning model (RTIBPM), the Microsoft Dynamics NAV integrated business planning system automates much of the planning process. This white paper explores the history of integrated business planning (IBP), and discusses software solutions like Microsoft Dynamics NAV that can help your company improve performance planning.

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8/31/2009 9:46:00 PM

Automated Enterprise: Many High-ROI Opportunities
An automated data center promises to self-configure, self-optimize, and self-protect. When looking to implement an automated data center, one must consider best practices in user and resource provisioning, infrastructure availability, and user management. Doing so will allow automated data centers to expedite the automation processes in IT operations and administration; virtualization and provisioning; security; and availability.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: Automated Enterprise: Many High-ROI Opportunities Automated Enterprise: Many High-ROI Opportunities Tom Pisello - October 30, 2004 Read Comments Featured Author - Tom Pisello - October 30, 2004 Introduction Major systems management vendors are presenting a new vision of the future data center, and success-minded CIOs should begin constructing a roadmap to the automated data center, with moderate steps that ensure return on investment (ROI). Automated data centers self-configure, self-heal, self-optimize,
10/30/2004

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 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.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: business intelligence software,   small business value,   business value proposition,   bi business intelligence software,   business intelligence software solutions Source: SAP Learn more about SAP Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Busin
3/21/2011 12:39:00 PM

Buyer’s Guide to Business Phone Systems
Purchasing new business phones often coincides with a major change of direction at most companies. Choosing between a business Voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) system and other types of business phone systems often requires analysis of users’ needs and understanding of a company’s goals. Read here to know why expert business phone system buyers recommend focusing on four major areas of the decision-making process.

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3/2/2011 11:19:00 AM

Business Intelligence Vendors
Current pure play business intelligence (BI) leaders offer the advantage of superior analytics and planning capabilities; however, enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are improving their analytic capabilities and accessibility.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: have even increased many small and medium (SMB) business users interest in BI. Needless to say that IBM plays a similar role in the upper-end of the market, whereby both vendors have to walk a tightrope of partnering and competing with independent software vendors (ISV). This may especially be the case with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services 2.0 , which inherited its predecessor report life cycle management capabilities and report development environment ( Visual Studio .NET ), but also adds a user
7/14/2005

On-demand Business Process Management
The most advanced business process management (BPM) applications bridge departmental and geographic boundaries, and manage the flow of documents and data according to sophisticated process rules. And while many would suggest that an on-demand BPM service offering would most benefit small businesses, a real case can be made that such offerings might be more valuable for medium and large businesses.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: Managers Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
3/19/2007 3:40:00 PM

What s Really Driving Business Intelligence?
Typical explanations given for increased spending in business intelligence include, meeting government regulations, managing information overload, tracking corporate goals, and improving competitive response. However, a deeper drive for BI stems from the need to quantify the intangibles that underlie the market value of a business.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: What s Really Driving Business Intelligence? What s Really Driving Business Intelligence? Christopher Kenton - March 11, 2005 Read Comments Finding the Deeper Trend in Business Intelligence If you follow the logic of the major analysts covering the business intelligence (BI) market, the market drivers for business intelligence software are based on fairly simple environmental factors. The most commonly cited market drivers are the following: Increasing Regulation —New laws in both the US and Europe are
3/11/2005

To Build or Buy Business Software?
The decision of whether to buy or build enterprise resource planning (ERP) software will require an honest assessment of the needs of your organization, and what it will take to meet those needs. Sometimes the nature of the software project dictates the necessary direction. This guide to choosing the right ERP solution for food companies experiencing growth reviews the benefits of buying versus building.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: Managers Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
9/27/2012 4:21:00 PM

5 Great Business Analytics Opportunities for Midsize Businesses
Many midsize organizations are collecting large amounts of data but lack the resources to mine much value from it. Technical complexity and cost have been major limiting factors, and the result is missed opportunities, wasted time, and redundant effort. All of this hits the bottom line and has historically put midsize companies at a disadvantage. But all that is changing. New tools are emerging that make analytics accessible to almost everyone, and you don't need a Ph.D. in statistics to use them. This session will discuss and demonstrate how midsize organizations can dig into data about their customers and their business and put this insight into action to reduce costs and generate revenues.

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAGAZINE CLASSIFIEDS: Managers Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management Buyer’s Guide
5/16/2013 4:23:00 PM


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