Lean BPM is focused on radically simplifying how business processes and management are delivered. Processes are designed quickly and easily by the business user closest to the problem. Working solutions are delivered incrementally to your users in record time. Serena delivers the easiest business process development. No coding. No consultants. No kidding.
Learn how to deliver lean business process management (BPM) via collaborative process-centric web applications inexpensively and quickly.You can develop applications in days rather than months, deploy in minutes and get a quick return on that precious IT investment. Define processes easily, and get them online quickly. Mashup technology for lean BPM makes it simple to build collaborative process-centric applications, without coding.
Published By: LeanData
Published Date: Oct 29, 2015
Leads mean everything to running a successful business. Managing those precious leads, though, also can be challenging.
But LeanData has created a solution where leads always will get to the correct salespeople by automatically matching them to accounts with a speed and accuracy that’s impossible to duplicate manually at scale.
This eBook explores the different ways that smart companies are using LeanData’s Router and Converter functions to get their leads to the right home so they can generate more pipeline and closed deals.
The journey begins here.
In today’s lean business environment, your people are an asset that can be dramatically leveraged to increase success. This executive brief investigates how organizations can better understand the talent that is driving results.
This research study from Gleanster "From Batch-and-Blast to Lead Nurturing: How Top Performers overcame legacy practices to embrace the new dynamics of B2B marketing." outlines how Top Performing organizations made the move to lead nurturing.
This research study from Gleanster "From Batch-and-Blast to Lead Nurturing: How Top Performers overcame legacy practices to embrace the new dynamics of B2B marketing." outlines how Top Performing organizations made the switch to marketing automation.
These traditional analytical systems are often based on a classic pattern where data from multiple operational systems is captured, cleaned, transformed and integrated before loading it into a data warehouse.
Published By: SyberWorks
Published Date: Oct 21, 2008
The e-Learning industry has grown tremendously since the early days of computers and the Internet. Today there are lots of products and services out in the market place from which to choose. This white paper will provide some basic information to help you as you begin your research into e-Learning and learning management systems. The document is not meant to be the complete source of information on e-Learning nor will these guidelines be suitable for every single situation. This white paper has been created as a learning aid help you get started. These findings represent the research, experience, and techniques gleaned from working in e-Learning since its infancy in the late 80’s to today. At the end of the paper, Bob Goldschneider, Director of Business Development at SyberWorks, Inc., will provide a summary and closing remarks.
Published By: SyberWorks
Published Date: Oct 21, 2008
Kevin Lange, Director of Field Training at Service Master Clean, Inc., talks about his company's training program and the organizational drivers that led them to consider an e-learning program and to choose the SyberWorks Training Center Learning Management System to manage their training.
Published By: HireRight
Published Date: Jul 31, 2013
In reading this story, it is easy to understand why the cleaning company willingly settled this case. Companies who send their employees into customers’ homes or whose employees are responsible for vulnerable groups, including minors, the disabled, and the elderly, should conduct background checks.
A case study on how a major oil and gas producer saves 35 percent on data storage costs and 30 percent in litigation-related costs by adopting a smarter data discovery and defensible disposal strategy, using IBM Enterprise Content Management solutions.
You can be a lean startup in an Enterprise! Through collaboration between development, test and operations, an innovative idea can be quickly delivered for customer feedback and reaction. Let’s find out how a team working within a large Enterprise can, in fact, be nimble and creative in getting innovations to market.
Join Forrester and IBM to learn how, clients are leveraging mobile and cloud to transform their businesses and bring new innovations to market. Understand how organizations can continuously deliver high quality mobile enterprise applications that leverage Cloud computing to securely integrate with their IT systems opening up new sources of revenue and innovation. Forrester Principal Analyst John M. Wargo will share insights Forrester has gleaned from conversations with clients deploying packaged solutions and building custom applications using cloud services. IBM's Botond Kiss will provide insight into how leading organizations are using cloud to accelerate their mobile transformation.
Agile methods have proven effective for software development and have grown in popularity across a number of software disciplines. Agile methods build capabilities using an iterative approach, as opposed to traditional approaches where requirements are defined early and designs are completed in full before a single line of code is written. Agile incrementally defines requirements with priorities, partial component designs and working systems that evolve through iterations called sprints.
The question remains, however: Do the 12 agile principles apply to more than just software? Agile principles are in line with lean management’s approach. Given that, it seems as though agile principles should directly apply beyond software development. However, the answer is not straightforward, because differences between software and physical components affect how agile is applied. Let’s explore how agile can be applied in light of these differences.
Every day, torrents of data inundate IT organizations and overwhelm
the business managers who must sift through it all to
glean insights that help them grow revenues and optimize
profits. Yet, after investing hundreds of millions of dollars into
new enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship
management (CRM), master data management systems (MDM),
business intelligence (BI) data warehousing systems or big data
environments, many companies are still plagued with disconnected,
“dysfunctional” data—a massive, expensive sprawl of
disparate silos and unconnected, redundant systems that fail to
deliver the desired single view of the business.
In this white paper we do not make specific recommendations for manufacturers to follow; rather, we present suggestions for competing effectively in a fast-paced industry. From adopting lean manufacturing practices to strengthening bidding and quoting processes, opportunities exist for companies to grow and thrive despite relentless cost pressures.
This white paper outlines ways that technology can help manufacturers meet these challenges, increase operational efficiency, and step ahead of competitors with more proactive planning, greater shared visibility, and more agile and more profitable responses to change.
Published By: SonicWall
Published Date: Sep 10, 2009
Hear real-world examples of how companies like yours consolidated their security to lower their total cost of ownership, optimized existing resources, increased their security and dramatically improved productivity!
"So you drank the Kool-Aid and subscribed to the idea that your presentations need to ""tell a story"" and ""be more visual."" But how do you translate dry information into something that's compelling to your audience?
When you get back to the basics and focus on the structure of the information you present, you'll find a new way to lay the groundwork for a clean and clear storyboard that will deliver the story and visuals you want.
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bullet Points, talk about how you can turn dry content into a compelling presentation. "
“Unpolluted” data is core to a successful business – particularly one that relies on analytics to survive. But preparing data for analytics is full of challenges. By some reports, most data scientists spend 50 to 80 percent of their model development time on data preparation tasks. SAS adheres to five data management best practices that help you access, cleanse, transform and shape your raw data for any analytic purpose. With a trusted data quality foundation and analytics-ready data, you can gain deeper insights, embed that knowledge into models, share new discoveries and automate decision-making processes to build a data-driven business.
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