For many years small to midsize manufacturers and ERP software providers struggled with the notion that full system implementations included more complexity, not to mention cost, than could be incurred by organizations with limited resources. Fortunately, drastic improvements in price performance, enhancements to underlying technologies and introduction of new forms of delivery have made ERP solutions viable and affordable to manufacturing companies of all sizes.
Leading Cancer Center Implements Lean Service Desk to Provide Vital Support to Medical Staff
Learn how the IT team at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance built a brand new service desk from scratch in just five months. Key improvements include significant time savings via quick and easy workflow automation; faster issue resolution and response times due to real-time dashboards; and a new culture of continuous improvement surrounding the implementation of lean methodologies and ITSM best practices.
This Gleansight benchmark report is based on the experiences of 229 companies and includes the following sections: Reasons to Implement, Challenges, Value Drivers, Core Technologies and Success Story. It also includes a Vendor Landscape with descriptions and analysis of 32 solution providers.
Most organizations today have business intelligence (BI) tools or at least some way of churning out reports. Fewer have a true business intelligence strategy or a well-architected BI platform for generating actionable insights. Broadly considered, BI encompasses all aspects of gathering, storing, cleansing, analyzing and distributing data. This Gleansight benchmark report reveals how Top Performers are justifying their investments in next-generation BI capabilities, how they're overcoming implementation and organizational hurdles, and how, as a result of their investments, they're now able to make more timely and better informed business decisions across multiple organizational functions.
Let’s face it: In this economy, justifying new investments can be tough. Most companies are in belt-tightening mode, not shopping mode. And budgets are getting leaner. But sometimes it makes sense to invest. The recession won’t last forever. Forward thinking companies are already thinking about how to prepare for the upturn — in fact, many are marketing their way through the recession, taking advantage of low media prices and a relatively stark competitive landscape in order to better stand out and gain market share. Learn more today!