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Davidson Companies
Davidson Companies is a leading regional financial services holding company in northwestern United States composed of five subsidiaries and 1,200 employees. The company’s back-office infrastructure could no longer support the timely and efficient administrative and financial reporting across all business units. Find out how TEC’s approach to software selection helped Davidson choose a fully integrated system in just 6 months.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Accounts Payable Automation,   Accounts Receivable Automation,   Budgeting,   Financial Planning,   and Analysis,   Consolidation Statements and Performance Reporting (CS-PR,   Aggregation),   Enterprise Accounting,   General Ledger,   Payroll and Personnel Accounting,   Portfolio Management,   Alerting and Notification,   Data Mining,   Data Warehouse,   Competitive Analysis,   Conformance Testing and Reporting,   Forecasting,   Operations Planning,
8/4/2011 9:58:00 AM

Tier 1 ERP for Midsized Companies? You Bet!
You'll find the straight story in midsized companies: deciding when to move to tier-one ERP.

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11/20/2009

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11/3/2009 3:58:00 PM

SAP Industry Solutions for Mid-market Companies
For over a decade, SAP has offered industry-specific applications, starting with oil and gas and utilities solutions. Media, insurance, chemicals, banking, and public sector offerings have followed, highlighting SAP's lesser-known side as a market-oriented provider of industry-tailored solutions.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: eight of the world s top ten banks, thirty-three of Europe s leading fifty financial institutions, and nine of the ten most successful insurance companies in the world. SAP also claims leadership in ten of the eleven manufacturing industries it targets, and asserts that over 900 utility companies in seventy countries are using SAP software, in nearly thirty languages. To better understand the market, SAP maintains close contact with relevant industry players, and organizes and attends industry-specific
5/25/2006

Acclerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics
Midsize firms differ radically from large enterprises in terms of the level of budget and resources they have at their disposal—a major factor governing the choice of any business analytics or planning solution. This white paper shows how in-memory analytics has the potential to deliver benefits such as reduced time to insight, greater agility, increased self-service, and lower overall IT demands for midsize organizations.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence (BI),   501 to 1,   000 employees,   1,   001 to 5,   000 employees,   5,   001 to 10,   000 employees,   251 to 500 employees Related Keywords:   in-memory analytics,   time-to-insight,   BI for midsize companies,   midsize business analytics,   in-memory architecture Source: IBM Learn more about IBM Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply
1/23/2013 12:08:00 PM

Driving ERP Success at Manufacturing and Distribution Companies
Download this report for an overview of ERP technologies and innovations, the three components of an ERP selection business justification, and the three critical success factors for keeping your business on the right path to ERP selection success.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence (BI),   Mobile Commerce,   Discrete Manufacturing,   Manufacturing Execution System (MES),   Manufacturing Simulation,   Operations Planning,   Process Manufacturing,   Product Information Management (PIM),   Workflow Automation,   Mixed-mode Manufacturing,   Supply Chain Event Management,   Business Process Re-engineering,   Decision Making,   Return on Investment (ROI),   Technology Tools and Methods,   Social Media Analytics,  
6/18/2012 2:23:00 PM

Transforming Spreadsheets: Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting for Midsize Companies
This white paper describes how workgroups and midsize companies can transform their spreadsheet-only processes to create flexible and timely plans, budgets, and forecasts. It outlines recommendations for implementing a complete performance management system, using an integrated reporting, analysis, and planning solution purpose-built for workgroups and midsize companies.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Budgeting,   Financial Planning,   and Analysis,   Forecasting Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   planning budgeting and forecasting,   performance management system,   reporting analysis and planning solution,   IBM Cognos Express Source: IBM Learn more about IBM Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management
5/22/2013 4:37:00 PM

2010 November » The TEC Blog


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09-11-2010

Bye-bye to the Old BI: Business Intelligence for Midsized Companies
Most small to midsize companies have found business intelligence (BI) solutions to be beyond their financial reach. But now, you don’t have to rely only on spreadsheets for data visibility—with software-as-a-service (SaaS), BI can quickly and easily be set up enterprise-wide. Find out five requirements of a scalable data warehouse strategy, for more effective data analysis and better understanding of business performance.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Data Mining,   Data Warehouse,   Statistical Data Analysis,   Data Cleansing,   Data Warehousing,   Database Administration,   Systems Integration,   Software Configuration Management (SCM) Source: Oco, Inc Learn more about Oco, Inc Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply Chain
5/14/2008 3:29:00 PM

Finance Executives on the Value of Technology Investment for Midsize Companies
Once you are able to provide people easy access to a little bit of information, they start asking for more—which ultimately sets a foundation for leveraging information to make better decisions. Read this report to learn why an integrated business intelligence (BI) and planning solution helps maximize the return on investment (ROI) in technology for midsize companies.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   101 to 250 employees,   501 to 1,   000 employees,   1,   001 to 5,   000 employees,   251 to 500 employees Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   IBM business analytics,   IBM Cognos business analytics solutions,   tecnhology ROI Source: IBM Learn more about IBM Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply
6/4/2013 3:58:00 PM

Supply Chain Planning – Issues for Continuous Chemical Companies
The continuous chemical industries typically share an objective of running at near 100% utilization. This and other realities yield unique requirements for a Supply Chain Planning (SCP) system. This article discusses some of these unique needs.

TOP RETAIL COMPANIES 2010: an award-winning speaker on topics of gaining value from ERP, SCP, e-commerce and the impact of technology on industry. He can be reached at Olin@ProcessERP.com
8/4/2002


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