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Enterprise Application software performs business functions such as accounting, production scheduling, customer information tracking, bank account maintenance, and the like. It is almost always hosted on servers, and is used by multiple employees of the same organization. Major subcategories include ERP, CRM, and SCM.
If you’re like most corrugated packaging manufacturers, your company operates multiple plants where each plant uses a different enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. This arrangement of multiple ERP systems could be costing you valuable time and money and promoting inefficiencies such as manual data entry. Upgrading to a single ERP system designed for multi-plant operations can help you solve these issues and more. View this whitepaper for eight ways to improve efficiencies with a single ERP system designed for multi- plant operations.
Is your organization looking to adopt a DevOps approach but is not sure how to start? If any of these questions sound familiar, join us on this TechByte session where we will discuss practices and tools that will help address these challenges.
Everyone knows you can’t improve quality by testing alone, so what can you do when your testing team is taking the blame for poor quality in production? Join us on this TechByte session where we will discuss practices and tools that will help improve your test effectiveness and overall quality.
If your customer satisfaction and retention relies on your ability to quickly and efficiently deploy application fixes in complex production environments, join us on this TechByte session. We will discuss practices and tools that will help you get ahead of the curve so less time is spent reacting to crisis.
In this ebook, we provide some suggestions as to how firms might approach model risk measurement under the assumption that the firm has control over its broader information infrastructure, or at least is on a committed path toward that goal.
Since the global financial crisis of 2008, stress tests have taken on growing importance and prominence in financial institution supervision and regulation. These tests, designed to measure an institution’s ability to maintain capital buffers and withstand extreme economic shocks, were imposed initially, and primarily, on the biggest multinational firms – those designated global significantly important banks (G-SIBs) or financial institutions (G-SIFIs). However, the circle for supervisory stress testing has widened to include a growing number of banks as defined by domestic jurisdictions – in the United States, for example, down to banks with $10 billion in assets under the Dodd-Frank Act Stress Test (DFAST) rule. What’s more, stress tests and their underlying scenarios can be of considerable value as a strategic management tool to a financial services company of virtually any type or size.
The Adobe white paper, 7 Trends Impacting How We Use Digital Assets, identifies the trends that help you deliver more meaningful customer experiences with the right assets, through the right channels, at the right time.
Five years ago, the mobile revolution was in its adolescence. Now, it’s in the midst of a growth spurt, and it’s developing faster than ever. To keep up, you need to deliver customer-winning mobile experiences that drive loyalty for your brand. And the key for achieving this is mobile maturity.
The highly-anticipated Adobe and Econsultancy report, Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing: The Quest for Mobile Excellence, details the results of a global survey of marketers and digital professionals. It highlights key priorities, challenges and areas of investments that companies need to consider for 2015 and beyond.
Download the new eBook from Adobe, “Unleash Your Power: Accelerate Your Agency with a Data Management Platform,” to help your clients realize the full power of the data around them, create personalized customer experiences, and increase marketing ROI.
The sheer volume of data available to marketers can be daunting, especially without a data management platform (DMP). With a DMP, marketers can handle growing data challenges, create powerful customer insights and deliver marketing campaigns that increase revenue.
This IDC Buyer Case Study summarizes how a $1.4 billion manufacturer of faucets and other fixtures has integrated flash storage technology into its datacenter environment to improve performance, handle rapid business growth, and improve internal productivity.