This paper describes a set of tools that enables application developers to debug and design distributed applications from existing "off-the-shelf" components, make new application components available on the Internet through a "launcher" service, and more.
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Increasing Professional Services Utilization by Taking Advantage of a Web-based Solution Architecture
The shortage of qualified personnel has threatened the ability of Professional Services Organizations (PSOs) to grow and thrive. Using a Professional Services Automation (PSA) solution, such as PlanView, to better manage employees and subcontractors has enabled smaller PSOs to compete and succeed against larger, more efficient organizations.
An increasingly complex workforce with international locations and telecommuting employees calls for more complex project plans and management tools. Read why PlanView is becoming the logical tool choice for the increasingly complicated world of project management.
Learn what sales force automation (SFA) is and how to deal with the human, emotional, political and turf issues surrounding it.
As traditional businesses evolve into e-businesses, the rules are changing--like everything else. One way to stay on top is to manage your content and change in the web environment according to these new rules. This technical white paper will give you insight into how this can be acheived.
This white paper provides a discussion of the benefits of adopting portfolio management through customer testimonials and case study examples.
Learn how project management has changed the traditional management schools of thought and delivery.
A lack of practices, tools and information to facilitate near-real-time control can frustrate project portfolio management. "Dashboard" processes enable IS organizations to deliver information tools for business processes in near real time.
From the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. One of the keys to successfully managing crisis it to know what questions to ask, whom to ask and when to ask them.
From the Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Many companies driven by direct orders, such as those in the computer industry and food catering services, produce and deliver to customers directly without holding intermediate inventories. These companies are confronted with the difficult task of optimizing both their customer service level as well as total distribution cost.