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Captured by Data
The benefits case for enterprise asset management (EAM) has been used to justify huge sums in EAM investment. But to understand this reasoning, it is necessary to explore how asset data can be used to further the aims of maintenance.

BY CARTON: Captured by Data Captured by Data Daryl Mather - August 23, 2006 Read Comments Enterprise Asset Management Systems and the Aims of Modern Maintenance Since the late 1980s, enterprise asset management (EAM) vendors throughout the world have pitched their products based partly on the ability to capture, manipulate, and analyze historical failure data. Part of the stated benefits case is often the ability to highlight the causes for poor performing assets, provide the volume and quality of information for
8/23/2006

Wireless Mobile Portal by MobileID
MobileID has produced a clean, easily navigable, user-friendly web site, which will allow users of all abilities to set up their MobileID personalized service quickly and easily, and its free too.

BY CARTON: Wireless Mobile Portal by MobileID Wireless Mobile Portal by MobileID P. Hayes - April 27, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - April 27th, 2000 Event Summary LOS GATOS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MobileID, Inc., the world s first wireless mobile portal to provide access to e-mail and personalized Internet content to mobile phones and PDAs, launched their company and Internet site in January. Targeting the growing segment of mobile consumers and professionals, MobileID enables the wireless Internet by delivering
4/27/2000

Playing by the New Rules
Despite the efficiencies brought about by technology, many organizations remain dependant on paper driven, labor intensive tasks. If companies embrace the issue of compliance head-on, they can actually improve business practices, financial performance, and reduce the business risk of their organization. Learn how to develop a process that embraces Sarbanes Oxley compliance and boosts organizational efficiency.

BY CARTON: Playing by the New Rules Playing by the New Rules Source: Exact Document Type: White Paper Description: Despite the efficiencies brought about by technology, many organizations remain dependant on paper driven, labor intensive tasks. If companies embrace the issue of compliance head-on, they can actually improve business practices, financial performance, and reduce the business risk of their organization. Learn how to develop a process that embraces Sarbanes Oxley compliance and boosts organizational
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS”
EMC announced its latest high-end Symmetrix models, capable of scaling up to 19.2 terabytes of disk space. Perhaps they should name it the BASS (Big-Advanced Storage System, for the more refined among you), since they’re trying to sink IBM’s “Shark”.

BY CARTON: IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS” IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS” R. Krause - May 16, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 16, 2000 Event Summary EMC Corporation has launched a new high-end Symmetrix 8000 family, its latest entry into the enterprise storage market. Maximum capacity is 19.2 terabytes (TB), the highest/largest on the market, and surpassing IBM s Enterprise Storage Server by approximately eight TB. The top-of-the-line model is the 8730, which can hold up to 384
5/16/2000

Texas Roadhouse, Inc. Achieves Peak HCM by Moving to Cloud Technology with UltiPro


BY CARTON: Inc. Achieves Peak HCM by Moving to Cloud Technology with UltiPro Texas Roadhouse, Inc. Achieves Peak HCM by Moving to Cloud Technology with UltiPro Source: Ultimate Software Document Type: Case Study Description: Texas Roadhouse, Inc. Achieves Peak HCM by Moving to Cloud Technology with UltiPro style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Human Capital Management (HCM),   Workforce Management,   Human Resource Management (HRM),   Payroll,   Personnel Management
8/23/2013 11:51:00 AM

Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRSPart Three: QRS Background
As Inovis and QRS now review the prospects for their combined business, they might acknowledge expecting continued decline in the existing EDI-VAN component of the QRS business, which represents roughly $66 million (USD) in revenues over the past twelve months.

BY CARTON: Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part Three: QRS Background Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part Three: QRS Background P.J. Jakovljevic - November 18, 2004 Read Comments QRS Background On September 3, Inovis International , Inc . An electronic data interchange (EDI), business-to-business (B2B), and value-added network (VAN) connectivity specialist, and a leader in providing e-business commerce automation solutions that facilitate the more effective management of retail, supply, and
11/18/2004

How RAUCH GmbH Cut Its Publishing Costs by 90 Percent
Until 2004, German agricultural machinery manufacturer RAUCH created its technical publications in-house, relying on a service provider to create and translate operation manuals. The problem: this was a massive, time-consuming effort requiring extensive communication between all parties. Clearly, RAUCH needed to change its approach. The solution: incorporating Arbortext IsoDraw into its technical publications workflow.

BY CARTON: Cut Its Publishing Costs by 90 Percent How RAUCH GmbH Cut Its Publishing Costs by 90 Percent Source: PTC Document Type: Case Study Description: Until 2004, German agricultural machinery manufacturer RAUCH created its technical publications in-house, relying on a service provider to create and translate operation manuals. The problem: this was a massive, time-consuming effort requiring extensive communication between all parties. Clearly, RAUCH needed to change its approach. The solution: incorporating Arb
10/10/2007 4:09:00 PM

Identifying Reliability Problems caused by Fragmentation
File fragmentation is a primary factor in the most common system stability and reliability problems. For this reason, advanced daily defragmentation of every server and workstation should be considered. In fact, when advanced site-wide defragmentation is fully automated, it is one of the most effective system maintenance activities for protecting and improving the stability and uptime of an entire network.

BY CARTON: Identifying Reliability Problems caused by Fragmentation Identifying Reliability Problems caused by Fragmentation Source: Diskeeper Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: File fragmentation is a primary factor in the most common system stability and reliability problems. For this reason, advanced daily defragmentation of every server and workstation should be considered. In fact, when advanced site-wide defragmentation is fully automated, it is one of the most effective system maintenance
7/5/2006 12:54:00 PM

PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The 02 Hurricane Season
PowerCerv, a long languishing mid-market enterprise applications vendor, having been unsuccessful in its repeated attempt to revitalize itself under own steam, has eventually resorted to bailout by a more financially stable adopted parent.

BY CARTON: PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The 02 Hurricane Season PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The 02 Hurricane Season P.J. Jakovljevic - October 25, 2002 Read Comments PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The 02 Hurricane Season P.J. Jakovljevic - October 25, 2002 Event Summary What has long loomed as inevitable fate has finally happened at the beginning of October, when PowerCerv Corporation (OTCBB: PCRV, www.powercerv.com ), a Tampa, FL-based provider of enterprise software solutions for small-to-medium
10/25/2002

J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now
On March 5, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for Q1 2001. Although the company posted a symbolic profit, the revenue decline begs the question why the company seems to be in a doldrums at the same time when its competitors seem to be upbeat.

BY CARTON: J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now P.J. Jakovljevic - March 30, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - March 30, 2001 Event Summary On March 5, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC) reported financial results for the first quarter ended January 31, 2001. Revenue for Q1 2001 was $217.7 million, a 6% decline compared to revenue of $231.7 million in Q1 2000. License fee revenue was $82.7 million, almost flat compared to $83.3 million in
3/30/2001

Maximizing Customer Intimacy by Integrating Data
Retail departments enticed by software which promises to make them better and more accurate often fail to consider that they will need constant input and output of data in order for the software to work effectively. To improve the customer experience, a retail organization needs to fashion itself into an integrated enterprise that relies on a single database. But how?

BY CARTON: Maximizing Customer Intimacy by Integrating Data Maximizing Customer Intimacy by Integrating Data Source: Celerant Technology Corp. Document Type: White Paper Description: Retail departments enticed by software which promises to make them better and more accurate often fail to consider that they will need constant input and output of data in order for the software to work effectively. To improve the customer experience, a retail organization needs to fashion itself into an integrated enterprise that
5/11/2006 12:32:00 PM


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