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In this highly competitive market Molson Coors Brewing Company must ensure visibility into its global operations. With SAP software, Molson Coors gained the real-time, accessible business insight it needed to efficiently deliver quality products - anywhere in the world.
The Sword Ciboodle intelligent desktop provides agents with an intuitive and comprehensive interface that eradicates the inefficient use of multiple systems. Sword Ciboodle replaced Sears' former desktop applications and integrated with the Avaya Mosaix Dialer, mainframe applications via MQ, core mainframe customer view web service call, and Fed-Ex/UPS parcel tracking web services.
The Open Source Software (OSS) vs. Proprietary Software (PS) competitive landscape is constantly changing. This white paper provides an overview of Open Source Software, its implications on enterprises and benefits associated with OSS and concludes with considerations while adopting OSS.
SAP BusinessObjects comprehensive BI solutions enable your business users to access relevant, trusted information - the way they need it, whenever and wherever it's needed. Equipped with actionable insight, your users can make faster, better-informed decisions that increase productivity and improve performance.
Delivering smarter security and more customized services are at the top of any IT agenda. Both would be easier - and cheaper - to achieve with a common infrastructure - what we call an identity and context service.
Today's workforce is very different from what it was just five years ago. The idea of employees, in one office location, sitting at their desks from 9 to 5, seems almost quaint. With new technologies that enable greater mobility, the concept of a traditional workforce has changed forever. And this change isn't isolated to just one segment or industry - it crosses geographic, generational, and cultural lines. As a result, companies are being challenged to rethink their assumptions regarding workplace environments and behavior. Put simply, it's a global business phenomenon that leading enterprises call Smarter Working.
The future is an integrated contact center, required to service ever more sophisticated and complex customer needs, offering each customer a preferred premium experience. The contact center of the future is powered by Ciboodle.
Ronald Franz, Process Information Officer at General Motors discusses GM's IT purchasing supply chain, including what changes were made during the economic downturn, what quality control measures are used to ensure information entering the system is accurate and what strategies are used to guarantee seamless communication between GM and its suppliers.
Information Security Media Group has assembled a broad suite of webinar training programs that are relevant to your career needs. These sessions cover the gamut of industry/security topics such as: regulatory compliance, fraud, and today's pressing needs.
Exploring the Cloud - In this podcast, Surendra Reddy, Former VP of Cloud Computing at Yahoo!, defines 'cloudonomics,' talks about cloud security, and explains why he believes companies should deconstruct their IT infrastructure and embrace cloud.
15 Minutes with Parsh Mishra: As VP Technology Infrastructure - WHG Compliance, Parsh Mishra works on the Risk Management side. The foremost function of his team is to bring down IT inherent risk to tolerable or non-affecting levels.