It can be stressful to be at the heart of your organization's digital transformation initiatives. You're the IT pro everyone is trusting to balance two top business priorities: maximizing end-user productivity and minimizing threats. Modern management ensures you can do both. Download this customer experience to learn how two IT leaders describe how they are improving employee productivity and addressing complex management issues head-on with a modern approach to management.
More and more sporting goods and outdoor sports retailers are using the rich and robust Epicor® Eagle N Series® solutions for higher profits and faster growth—all while building loyal customer relationships.
Now, with hundreds of additional enhancements built in, Epicor Eagle N Series software can help you streamline nearly everything you do for your business so you can focus on running more efficiently and profitably. With Eagle N Series, you can:
• Simplify everyday processes—natural, intuitive workflows whisk you through everyday activities, plus it includes specialty tools for firearms compliance and equipment rentals
• Manage complex inventory despite seasonal and trend-based demand swings
• Improve overall business performance—make fast, informed decisions using intuitive on-screen analytics and dashboards
What do businesses powered by Eagle N Series have to say about it? Read on to find out.
This IBM white paper posits that most enterprises have yet to realize the full value of convergence and explains why the real promise of IP networks lies in converged applications. It goes on to explain how IP convergence can build real business value for today's busy contact centers.
Since the cost of staffing in most call centers is between 60 and 70 percent of the total budget, the incremental benefits of selecting the best solution for your operation and implementing it successfully are significant. Companies in the market for a workforce management tool today face a mind-boggling array of choices. Automated workforce management systems range from quite simplistic to highly complex, with a wide range of price tags to match. This paper will help contact center managers navigate the choices.
Smaller budgets. Fewer personnel. More pressure to show value. As the recession lingers on, B2B marketers are being called upon to deliver bigger, faster, cheaper results with less resources. But the current economic climate means even companies able to make high-dollar purchases will require more touch points to nurture them through the buying process. Today's business buyers are cautiously working to make smarter, more informed decisions.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 01, 2012
A world-leading web content management and customer experience management system built its capabilities on the Ixonos Elastic Cloud – which is based on the Red Hat software stack, including value-rich Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux offered a stable, flexible environment for cloud deployments.
Published By: VMTurbo
Published Date: Jun 18, 2013
VMware vCloud Director has created tremendous potential for service providers and enterprises to deliver agile and cost effective Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) through its ability to automate the self-provisioning of virtual data center service offerings by customers. Since a multitude of commodity cloud providers have appeared seemingly overnight, service providers and enterprises must harness technologies like vCloud Director
to reduce the overall cost of delivering compute services.
With automated self-service provisioning in place, the next wave of opportunities for cost and performance optimization lies in operations management. This document details how VMTurbo Operations Manager delivers unique business value, addressing significant gaps in VMware vCloud offerings.
It’s more complex and expensive than ever to deliver seamless web experiences to any customer on any device, anywhere. Images are becoming the top obstacle to delivering high performing, responsive sites. View this infographic to see how you can solve the image management problem.
This white paper describes how B2B organizations can use B2B online commerce to lower costs, retain customers, grow the business, and reduce complexity for customers-all essential activities for competing in the evolving marketplace.
Although typically thought of as an artifact of legacy computing, batch processes remain vital to today’s real-time enterprises. Behind the real time systems that power the real time enterprise, such as customer order fulfillment, account management, supply chain scheduling and optimization, or financial trading systems, are regularly-updated back office business systems. Over the years, batch technology has evolved from script-based automation to rules or policy-driven workload automation.
Learn how five asset management strategies have evolved to unlock real-time data.
Today, many utilities are developing transformative, data-driven asset management strategies that build on their advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) investments. The results? Improved reliability, customer satisfaction, efficiency, and long-term planning.
In this white paper, we examine the relationship between asset management and technology:
• How technology advances have driven the evolution of asset management
• 5 asset management strategies built on real-time data
• How you can prepare for a distribution-centric world
Customer service for B2B is challenging: products and services can be complex and the knowledge needed to solve customer problems is often fragmented throughout an organization. But effective knowledge management empowers customer service reps – and even customers themselves – while providing measurable benefits to your business. It enables quick, accurate and consistent customer solutions. This brief explores 20 metrics that measure those benefits – in other words, your “return on knowledge.”
Every day, technology plays a bigger and bigger role throughout corporate America, corporate success becomes increasingly dependent on productive use of information technology – and IT support grows more critical. But while excellent IT support rapidly returns users to productive work, the information necessary to that excellence is often fragmented in different parts of the IT organization. Effective knowledge management empowers service desks – and even users themselves – by enabling quick, accurate and consistent user solutions. That leads to measureable benefits for your business. This brief explores 20 metrics that measure those benefits – in other words, your “return on knowledge.”
The business context for process excellence and business process management (BPM) has changed dramatically since the 2009-to-2010 recession. During the recession, BPM software and services saw impressive double-digit growth as a result of enterprises slashing costs and boosting worker productivity.
Now, executive agendas have shifted to focus on growing revenue, expanding the customer base, and delivering new digital products and services. Enterprise and process architects are reshaping their business cases for BPM around these new drivers. This is not an easy task. However, process excellence will play a critical role for forward-thinking enterprise architects that invest the time to link BPM to new front-office drivers to help the organization drive digital transformation. This report replaces “Building The Case For Your BPM Initiative” in the business process management playbook and provides guidance on developing revenue and customer-focused business cases.
Through remote desktop sharing WebEx Support Center enables companies to manage and resolve remote support issues — whether they be external customer-driven or internal user-driven. Support personnel can initiate a session with a remote user by sending them an e-mail or providing a URL.Download this Paper to Learn More About a Support Center.
The cloud is gaining traction in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) market and most vendors now have a cloud offering. After examining small and medium companies that have implemented cloud ERP, Nucleus found customers were able to achieve substantial benefits, including reduced IT costs, increased employee productivity, and better inventory management. This report analyzes the benefits of cloud ERP and provides examples of how vendors helped their customers increase return on investment (ROI) and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO).
Published By: Insightly
Published Date: May 29, 2015
Today’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications for small and medium sized businesses are easy to use, powerful and affordable and can give your business the same advantages as large organizations.