Posts Tagged ‘cost-effective’

Achieving Cost Savings with a Consolidation Strategy

Today’s CIOs share similar challenges, regardless of vertical industry, geographic location or company size: Cost Reduction Drive Core Revenue – making IT a revenue center rather than cost center Reducing Risk These problems can be addressed with the following solutions: Consolidation to reduce costs Modernization to drive revenue Data security to reduce risk Today, I [...]

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Three major file problems MFT solves

While Managed File Transfer (MFT) has many things to offer, its greatest value can be distilled from the three most significant problems it helps eliminate. Gargantuan size files: File sizes today are out of control. A single graphic can be 100 MB and many a PowerPoint presentation has been known to creep towards the 20 [...]

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SEEBURGER and Solace Systems Deliver Joint Solution for High-Speed B2B/MFT Messaging

Today, SEEBURGER announced a  joint solution with Solace Systems that delivers the very best in business to business integration (B2B) and Managed File Transfer (MFT) coupled with an extremely fast enterprise bus that is easy to setup and dramatically lowers operational costs. Together, they provide a solution to meet industry specific needs. Financial services firms [...]

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SEEBURGER AS2 Products Drummond Certified™ in Latest Interoperability Test Round

Drummond Group Inc. announced AS2 products have completed the AS2-3Q10 Drummond Certified™ Interoperability testing. AS2 is one of the most widely recognized messaging standards for B2B e-commerce with thousands of implementations around the globe. It enables users to connect, deliver and reply to data securely and reliably, thereby delivering cost savings and providing flexibility and [...]

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Why The CIO Role Is Under Fire

Posted by R “Ray” Wang, Nov. 22 2010, 2:08 pm Less than three years ago, the mighty CIO controlled his organization’s destiny by shepherding multi-million dollar IT projects and ruling technology strategy with an iron fist. Business leaders had to pay homage to the IT team in order to implement any new business capability. IT [...]

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Solving the Paper Invoice Problem in SAP Shops

Posted by Bill Metallo in News Tue, Nov 23, 2010 17:06 EST With up to 80% of invoices still received by paper and fax, even the most automated enterprise finance and accounting departments face a challenge when it comes to invoice processing. Manual data entry inevitably involves errors, lost invoices and processing delays. It also [...]

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Supply Chain News: Latest Trends in Logistics Study from Manrodt, Holcomb IDs 5 “Undeniable Supply Chain Truths”

Annual Survey Finds Big Improvements in Inventory Turns – but Will They Hold? Strategy of being “All Things to All People” Surges by SCDigest Editorial Staff As always, the annual Trends and Issues in Logistics and Transportation report results were unveiled during a presentation at CSCMP’s conference in San Diego. This 19th version of the [...]

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CIOs May Get More Adventurous in Spending IT Bucks

By Erika Morphy E-Commerce Times 10/19/10 2:17 PM PT Growth in IT spending will be sluggish over the next few years, suggested Gartner, but companies will likely be more creative in making their investment decisions, becoming far more willing to spend on new technologies such as social network analysis, cloud computing and context-aware computing. Global [...]

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The retailers’ dilemma

As they decide how to stock their shelves later this year, America’s shopkeepers are debating whether the recent rise in consumer spending will last. THE mood of executives at retail firms normally moves in lockstep with that of their customers. But in America the news on May 25th that consumer confidence had reached its highest [...]

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How CEOs are Thinking about Supply Chains

Supply Chain News Cost Cutting and Risk Management are at Top of the Agenda; Managing these Trade-Offs will be Key to Supply Chain Success; CEOs Fret about New Normal What’s on the mind of corporate CEOs when it comes to strategy, the business environment, and the supply chain? A lot is changing, suggests the latest [...]

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