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First Federal Banks On Its Employees with Blue
The success of Kentucky (US)-based First Federal Savings Bank can largely be attributed to its sophisticated review process. The bank conducts an annual 360 review for each of its employees. Besides rating themselves, employees are also evaluated by peers, subordinates, and supervisors. To conduct these reviews, the bank uses Blue/360, a web-based multi-rater application designed specifically for conducting 360 reviews.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: about eXplorance Inc. Readers who downloaded this case study also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map 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 CRM Buyer s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises Quality Management Better Business Outcomes with Business Analytics
11/27/2006 1:36:00 PM

Murphy s BI Laws » The TEC Blog
position of the executive who needs it. 4. Major bugs in a BI deployment will not be detected by the BI test team. They will only be discovered at the point when critical organizational decisions need to be made. 5. Any major bug that exists on an enterprise dashboard application will only be detected on “go live” day. Corollary 1. All dashboards will have at least one major bug. Corollary 2. Major BI bugs will only be detected by an end user. Corolary 3. The severity of a BI system bug rises in

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: bi, BPM, Business Intelligence, business performance management, Murphy´s Laws, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
24-08-2009

What Makes Process Process?
The systems dealing with manufacturing, inventory, procurement, and customer order management systems are among the systems that often prove to be the hardest to acquire due to the unique issues of the process enterprise.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: is selecting a vendor whose product does not fit the needs of the business. This is common sense, but for process companies, it can be particularly challenging. Process companies, including food, chemical, pharmaceutical, forest products, and others, often have unique requirements not addressed by most technology providers. Not all areas of technology reflect the uniqueness of a process business. While financial systems have few requirements not in common with all companies, operational systems often
3/21/2008

What Makes Process Process?
Process manufacturers have had difficulty in selecting ERP and SCM products which meet their needs. This management note places these unmet needs in the context of the business characteristics which serve as their root causes.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: they talk about companies who are in your business? When the vendor does have process customers, what did these customers install from that vendor? Perhaps a vendor has many process companies, but most or all of them installed financials. Few, if any, have installed the vendor s software for operational functions. This may mean that the vendor is an excellent financials vendor, but can the vendor handle your operational needs? What Do You Need? If you are in the market looking for financials, many
9/5/2002

Data Breach Notification Laws: The Need for Spyware Detection Capability
Security measures that repel spyware attacks are critical to any comprehensive security plan, thanks to laws requiring companies to notify their customers if they experience a data security breach. But it’s not enough to have a plan for complying with breach notification laws. Every company’s goal should be to avoid having to give such a notification in the first place.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: about Webroot Software Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! How to Use Projects to Master Asset Management Professional Services Business Process Alignment Databases and ERP Selection: Oracle vs. SQL Server ERP Industry Consolidation: A New Trend or an Ongoing Process? CRM: Big is Not Always the Best Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management
6/26/2006 3:21:00 PM

Accelerating Enterprise Insights: 2013 IOUG In-Memory Strategies Survey
Today’s organizations are becoming increasingly digital, giving rise to trends such as the proliferation of application servers, the rapid expansion in the number of end users, and growth in data volumes and types. Meanwhile, the performance of database systems is struggling to keep pace. Enter in-memory technologies, which offer a cost-effective way to increase the speed of data processing by orders of magnitude. This document presents the results of a new survey about the in-memory technology usage and considerations of 323 data managers and professionals who are part of the Independent Oracle Users Group. To find out who is considering in-memory technology, who has adopted it so far, and how organizations are using in-memory technology, read the survey results.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: data managers and professionals who are part of the Independent Oracle Users Group. To find out who is considering in-memory technology, who has adopted it so far, and how organizations are using in-memory technology, read the survey results. Accelerating Enterprise Insights: 2013 IOUG In-Memory Strategies Survey style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Database Management System (DBMS) Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   in-memory,  
7/5/2013 12:22:00 PM

GE Comes to Lunch. Want to Guess Who the Appetizer Will Be?
General Electric announced the effective slicing of its General Electric Information Services company into two new business units to focus on E-commerce. The company will leverage its existing trading network to become a major E-commerce provider. At the rate at which E-procurement in particular is moving, GE may have to bulk up seriously to make its mark.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: Lunch. Want to Guess Who the Appetizer Will Be? GE Comes to Lunch. Want to Guess Who the Appetizer Will Be? D. Geller - March 13, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary General Electric Information Services (GEIS, a division of General Electric (NYSE: GE),) will become a holding company managing two new business units. GE Systems Services takes over the current infrastructure operations, including data centers, networks, and help desks. The other new company, GE Global Exchange Services, has four divisions
3/13/2000

Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics PlayersPart 3: New Solutions
There is a wide range of new 'e-gistics' players emerging to address today’s transportation and logistics challenges, and different solutions will be appropriate for different kinds of situations.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: and individual consumers - who did not previously have the time or resources to manually access the full potential of the marketplace. Now they can use the Internet to more effectively pick and choose what best meets their needs. Sure, you ve sold it, but now you have to ship and deliver it. What services and methodologies are available to help shippers meet these e-commerce challenges? Fortune 500 corporations have long employed a variety of approaches to help them gain a competitive advantage in
11/16/2002

Dealership Management System: What Is It and Who Needs It? » The TEC Blog
What Is It and Who Needs It? » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s software

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: automotive, ber, Block Exemption Regulation, dealer, dealership, dms, management, system, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
30-03-2009

Who s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics PlayersPart 2: Traditional Solutions
Rather than leveling the playing field, traditional solutions, which are expensive, long-term oriented contract-based, have typically widened the gap between the Fortune 500 companies and everyone else.

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: solutions offered by companies who actually take responsibility for transportation, warehousing, and order fulfillment. Categories of Services and Solutions The following table outlines these dimensions and the types of services offered in each category. The discussion that follows will address each of these categories and provide examples of traditional and/or e-gistics solution providers. Contractual approaches The problems noted in Part One are not new for most companies. Fortune 500 and other large
11/10/2002

Hewlett Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware
In recent days, Hewlett Packard has announced agreements for strategic alliances, technology licensing, and/or joint product development of middleware products with TIBCO Software, IONA Technologies, and webMethods. Industry rumors indicate that HP is trying to acquire an EAI vendor to complete its push towards a complete application server product. Who will it be?

WHO MAKES FEDERAL LAWS: Hewlett Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware Hewlett Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware M. Reed - May 16, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - May 16, 2001 Event Summary On April 30, Hewlett - Packard Company (NYSE:HWP) and TIBCO Software Inc . (NASDAQ:TIBX) announced an agreement to jointly develop products, solutions and marketing strategies for the service provider and telecommunications markets. Through a three-year collaboration agreement, the companies plan to support high-volume online
5/16/2001


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