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PTC’s 2012 Annual Revenue Results Analysis: After-Sales Services Strategy Paying Off
Last week, PTC announced its fiscal year first quarter results for 2013. Though its license growth was weak this quarter compared with the same quarter last

regional aircraft  2011. A look at regional total revenue revealed that the Americas contributed close to 39.4% of the total revenue in 2012 while Europe was at 37.1%, followed by Asia Pacific at 12.9% and Japan at 10.6%. While it was clear that the Servigistics acquisition was fruitful for PTC, no specific guidance was provided on its performance in some of the niche PLM industry verticals. PTC’s notable wins in the traditional aerospace industry in 2012 were Embraer and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp . Under the leadership Read More
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Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service
If service parts and service personnel management are well managed, manufacturers can significantly improve their profits from service operations. This will

regional aircraft  scale. Having global suppliers, regional hubs, and service stations located in different parts of the world (and in mobile units) makes for a huge network. If this network can be managed efficiently, to minimize localized excess inventory, transportation costs, lead times, and delays in providing service, then huge savings can be realized by the manufacturer. There are some best-of-breed software vendors whose software can be used to achieve these cost savings, including Servigistics ( Read More
When will RFID Hit Main Street?
The desire for improved visibility, tracking, etc. stands out as a critical issue to global firms. Most firms don't know how to get started. But as the cultural

regional aircraft  the domain of small regional players, with a few exceptions. These small firms have been taxed to the limit! Try and get them. (Domain leaders, who know their stuff, are in short supply, but deliver more value.) Intellectual property wars. (I have opinions about these, but I won't go there.) It is a simple fact that it scares off buyers and creates confusion in the market. Shortage of sales people and solutions people to meet with; design unique solutions for many firms. Lack of engagement by the third Read More
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Three: Analysis of IFS and Intentia
Having traditionally done implementations via their product delivery organization, IFS and Intentia also have long exhibited a focus on product quality and

regional aircraft  the exception of some regional pockets, many may not have necessarily heard of Intentia's or IFS's good reputations outside Europe. Nonetheless the vendors have impressive backgrounds. Founded in 1984 and now Scandinavia's largest software company, Intentia is established in some forty countries with nearly 3,000 employees and 3,500 customers worldwide. Intentia's annual net revenues for 2003 were $363 million (USD), based on the average exchange rates for the period. IFS was founded a year earlier, in Read More
Federal Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements
Companies that are not already offering the capabilities of meeting the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies will likely not be able to tap the

regional aircraft  Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements Meeting Federal Requirements Companies that are not already offering the capabilities described in Part Two will likely not be able to tap the recent surge in the federal and defense markets. Conversely, those vendors and their users—government contractors—who can deliver comprehensive solutions that satisfy the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies are in the driver's seat to capture that market s Read More
Regional Hospital Finds Complete Fixed Asset Management Strategy

regional aircraft  Hospital Finds Complete Fixed Asset Management Strategy Read More
Intentia Attempts to Become ‘Lean and Mean’
In February, an enterprise application provider Intentia International announced the merger of Intentia's regional organizations in Europe, the Americas and

regional aircraft  the merger of Intentia's regional organizations in Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific into one joint organization named Global Operations. Lars Prochus, presently CEO of Intentia Europe, has been appointed COO of Intentia International and head of Global Operations. Mr. Prochus joined Intentia in early 1999 from Genencor Inc., Rochester, NY, where he was Senior Vice President of Business Operations. By merging our regional operations we are taking an important step toward achieving better global Read More
CMMS in the Aviation Industry
There are many CMMS systems in the market that specialize in detailed maintenance, repair, and overhaul. When selecting a sysems for an airline, decision-makers

regional aircraft  in the Aviation Industry Introduction Every day, airlines face the challenge to reduce operation and maintenance costs and they are forced to look for better options. Advances in information technology (IT) have leveraged the development of enterprise resource planning (ERP), business process management (BPM), corporate process management (CPM), and computerized maintenance systems (CMMS). Although these solutions have been designed for general purposes, some of their features can be applied to very Read More
Commerce One: Everything but Profits
Commerce One is a household name because of its strong growth and its focus on the global marketplace. It now has to decide how to respond to the recent Ariba

regional aircraft  world. It has developed regional trading hubs in China and South Africa to add to its others in Japan, Australia and Southeast Asia, Europe and North America. Figure 1 shows the company's revenue history. Through Q3 of 1999 license revenues were growing faster than exponentially and service revenues were growing slower than linearly. This was an excellent position to be in. (Growth in revenues has been so amazing that were it to continue at those rates it would exceed $5 trillion within two years. So, of Read More
Centrify Announces First Unified Identity Solution for SaaS and Mobile Management
Centrify Corporation, a provider of identify management solutions, announced the availability of the Centrify User Suite, SaaS Edition—the industry's first

regional aircraft  delivering global support and regional separation so customers can deploy and keep their data in a preferred region. Centrify also delivers internationalization and localization support with more than a dozen local languages—unique in the IDaaS market—and global 24x7 support. Many companies do not take security risks seriously until there has been a serious security breach. IDaaS solutions like Centrify provide an avenue for all sizes of organizations to rein in a significant number of identity Read More
New Chapters in the Evolutionary Journal
Recognizing that change is a constant is the first step to survival in this new economy. Identifying the changing nature of business partners—customers

regional aircraft  a mobility that expanded regional boundaries. Water borne transportation opened unexplored horizons, enabling global discovery. Paper and ink enabled the sharing of information, although initially this was only available to the privileged few. The first true revolutionary technology, the printing press, unleashed a new age of discovery. The written word was now available to the masses—education created an environment where hierarchical structures were challenged and democracy was born. The core element Read More
(Software and Human) Help Wanted in Overwhelmed Retail Stores
My recent series on Quantum Retail presented the many difficult merchandise range and assortment planning issues that retailers face, and the ensuing tough

regional aircraft  spend. Additionally, store managers, regional managers, and corporate should benefit from instant feedback, which can be used to improve performance the next time a task is launched. Astute software tools surveys, which are typically painstakingly created by the people in the HQ office, can be built from scratch by power users (and even end-users can build them using templates as required). The surveys are generally completed by regional and store managers but can be answered by department managers too Read More
How to Use Technology to Redefine Today’s Economy
Daniel Burrus examines how using technology can not only help organizations lower costs and become more efficient, but also redefine today’s economy. Learn the

regional aircraft  to Use Technology to Redefine Today’s Economy Today we’re in an era of technology-driven transformation. That means you can attain higher profits when you use technology to redefine your products, your services, and/or how the industry in general works. Unfortunately, most companies are using technology only one way—to lower costs and become more efficient. They view technology as a way to “do more with less,” “streamline the workflow,” and “trim expenses.” Sound familiar? While this Read More
eHR Soft
Enterprise Version (B/S) - most useful for medium and small size enterprises and institutions that have a complete HR management process system and a high

regional aircraft  at the branch and regional level. The system supports distributed multi-user concurrent access for HR personnel, such as salary calculation and search by HR people at different branches at the same time. Read More

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