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Agile Information Systems: Conceptualization, Construction, and Management
Agile Information Systems: Conceptualization, Construction, and Management
The book "Agile Information Systems" unveils how modern companies can create and deploy agile information systems. Academic experts, researchers, and practitioners discuss the concept of agile information systems, the importance of the context of agility, and organizational management issues in the context of agile information systems.


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Poor Data Quality Means A Waste of Money
Data quality sounds like a motherhood and apple pie issue, of course we want our data to be right. However, very few enterprises get serious about it. Maybe that's because the cost of data quality is hidden. That cost can be huge.

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9/23/2003

Freeing Six Sigma from the “Data Shuffle”
Paying skilled professionals to massage, scrub, and manipulate data is a huge waste of valuable resources. And while having clean data is essential to driving Six Sigma projects, the act of getting that data adds absolutely no business value. That’s why organizations that focus first on making accurate, actionable data available in real time have more effective Six Sigma programs.

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4/25/2007 10:50:00 AM

TEC Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide
You're a step ahead with TEC's Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer's Guide. While the need for sustainable development is affecting how organizations do business, the idea of environmental and corporate responsibility as value drivers is still relatively new. Many companies are just beginning to adopt an approach that provides measurable results. Learn how reducing waste and creating efficiencies within your company can make a difference to the environment, the economy, and your bottom line.

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4/2/2009 1:11:00 PM

Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste
A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S's, visual controls, standardized work, mistake proofing, total productive maintenance, cellular manufacturing, single-digit setup, pull systems, sequencing, activity-based costing, and leveled production.

HAZARDOUS WASTE CANADA: lean, manufacturing, waste, visual controls, mistake proofing, total productive maintenance, cellular manufacturing, pull systems, activity-based costing, leveled production.
2/14/2006

Market Insight: Strategies for Overcoming Compliance Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Strategies for Overcoming Compliancy Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry: a recipe for success. To successfully meet compliance demands, pharmaceutical manufacturers must develop, implement, and track the effectiveness of a company-wide compliance strategy. Key to that strategy is to adopt industry-specific enterprise software with functionality that supports Federal Drug Administration (FDA) requirements. Learn more about the criteria and recommendations you need to achieve compliance in the pharmaceutical industry.

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5/22/2009 4:00:00 PM

Regulatory and Compliance Software Evaluation Report


HAZARDOUS WASTE CANADA: Regulatory and Compliance Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision.

Mid-market Manufacturers and the New Landscape for Enterprise Resource Planning: Using Technology to Compete
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for Mid-market Manufacturers for Enterprise Resource Planning. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. The globalization of discrete manufacturing is forever changing the notion of what a

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4/28/2006 12:35:00 PM

Let Innovation, Not Technology, Drive Your Product Business
Compliance with regional and international standards, such as the Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) or Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives, has made it more complicated for companies to deliver innovative products to customers. Learn how focusing on product innovation, data integration, and process optimization can help your company satisfy customer needs while meeting compliance standards.

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10/23/2008 12:50:00 PM

Business Intelligence that Works: Getting True Value out of Your Business Intelligence Investment
With business intelligence (BI), decision-makers can feel the organization’s pulse, evaluate the performance of key business functions, and take action based on their analysis. However, many organizations invest time, money, and resources in BI processes, only to waste their newfound capabilities. Why? And, more importantly, how do you ensure that your BI solution won’t be one of them?

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6/7/2006 12:28:00 PM

Evergreen —Environmental Regulations for High-tech and Electronics, Chemical, and Oil and Gas Industries
High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include environmental directives. Enterprise applications designed to meet their distinct needs should help pave the way to compliance.

HAZARDOUS WASTE CANADA: regulatory compliance, GRC, governance, risk management, and compliance, enterprise applications systems, chemical industry, high-tech and electronics industry, environmental regulations, RoHS, Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive, WEEE, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive, EH&S, environmental, health and safety, European Classification and Labelling Inspections of Preparations, including Safety Data Sheets, ECLIPS, REACH, Science, Children, Awareness, Legislation and Ev.
3/20/2009

The Greening of SaaS
The Greening of SaaS.Solutions and Other Documents to Characterize Your Purchase, In Relation To The Greening of SaaS. Traditionally, the advantage of software as a service (SaaS) is that it reduces the costs involved in installing, deploying, and supporting stand-alone software. But recent “green” initiatives have shed light on another benefit: with no hardware to purchase or software to run, SaaS applications require less energy than their on-premise counterparts. Learn how your company can benefit from the “greening” of SaaS.

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9/3/2009 4:37:00 PM


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