Enterprise customers

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  • A virtual private network (VPN) is a network that extends remote access to users over a shared infrastructure. VPNs maintain the same security and management policies as a private network. They are the most cost effective method of establishing a point-to-point connection between remote users and an enterprise customer’s network.

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  • Private SONET networks provide large multi-site enterprise customers and campuses a simple cost-effective way to interconnect each site or building using their own fiber, leasing SONET bandwidth or leasing dark fiber. Large enterprise customers typically have multiple sites in a metro or campus area. In addition to requiring connectivity to corporate headquarters, many of these sites need to be interconnected. Since building a physical mesh network can become quite expensive, enterprise customers require a cost-effective solution that can interconnect their sites.

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  • CRM budgets are less protected. So far, CRM has survived the economic slowdown, but pressure is building. CRM is dangerous. Failure rates are rising, mistakes will be seen by everyone and the impact on the enterprise will be greater. CRM is still a fantasy in most enterprises. CRM done at a department level suboptimizes the customer relationship. CRM can provide a fundamental competitive advantage. Those enterprises that succeed are reaping substantial long-term benefits. CRM should benefit both the supplier and customer. Few initiatives provide any benefit to the customer.

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  • Cisco enterprise customers have in the past relied heavily upon traditional WAN/MAN services for their connectivity requirements. Layer 2 circuits based on TDM, Frame Relay, ATM, and SONET have formed the mainstay of most low-speed WAN services. More recently, high-speed MAN solutions have been delivered directly over Layer 1 optical circuits, SONET, or through the implementation of point-to-point or point-to-multipoint Ethernet services delivered over one of these two technologies.

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  • Enterprise customers have in the past relied heavily upon traditional WAN/MAN services for their connectivity requirements. Layer 2 circuits based on TDM, Frame Relay, ATM, and SONET have formed the mainstay of most low-speed WAN services. More recently, high-speed MAN solutions have been delivered directly over Layer 1 optical circuits, SONET, or through the implementation of point-to-point or point-to-multipoint Ethernet services delivered over one of these two technologies.

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  • ECUS_KD is an effective solution for enterprise to do Customs operations. Enterprise’s users input the declaration sheets data as well as related documents as normal paper profile and send to the Customs. The Customs system will create “the receiver number” and feed back to the enterprise. Then enterprise brings the paper profile and “the receiver number” printed from the program to the Customs Office to do customs procedure.

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  • The Definitive Guide to the Microsoft Enterprise Library introduces one of the most exciting and popular .NET–oriented initiatives, the Enterprise Library. The EL offers eight application blocks and other reusable code that are used to solve a variety of common problem spaces. These problems cover a number of topics, including data access, exception handling, caching, logging, security, cryptography, validation, policy injection and configuration.

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  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is growing in importance due to the challenging business environment faced by organizations throughout the world today. It is particularly critical in industries undergoing changes in traditional channel configuration. CRM is a means of addressing increasing competition, changing economic conditions and promotional dependence through the use of intimate customer knowledge; knowledge gained through relationship development and past marketing programs.

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  • Revisit your approach to the mobile web—and deliver effective solutions that reach customers and clients on a variety of mobile devices. In this practical guide, web development luminary Dino Esposito shows you how to develop a solid mobile strategy for the enterprise, starting with an effective mobile website. You’ll receive essential architectural and implementation guidance, as well as mobile-specific design patterns for building cross-platform and native applications.

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  • SAS defines data mining as the process of uncovering hidden patterns in large amounts of data. Many industries use data mining to address business problems and opportunities such as fraud detection, risk and affinity analyses, database marketing, householding, customer churn, bankruptcy prediction, and portfolio analysis.The SAS data mining process is summarized in the acronym SEMMA, which stands for sampling, exploring, modifying, modeling, and assessing data.

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  • Metro area telecommunications providers need to deliver a mix of inherently incompatible services to enterprise customers, who expect compatibility and consistency across all their locations. Under pressure to provide bundled services at lowest possible costs, with fast response to service requests, service providers need to reach all of their customer locations in the most cost-effective way.

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  • The iPad is transforming the way businesses work with the power of mobile solutions; these include the manufacturing, retail services, and medical industries. Using the iPad makes it easy to deliver stunning presentations, collaborate with colleagues remotely, and access important business information from wherever your work takes you. Some businesses have been using the iPad as a mobile sales tool to help manage all of your customer relationships. With its wireless connectivity, iPad gives you an on-the-spot access to your CRM database for customer information, sales data, and task lists....

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  • Learning objectives of this chapter include: Describe the un-integrated sales processes of Fitter Snacker, a fictitious company whose operations are used as an example; explain why un-integrated Sales and Marketing information systems lead to company-wide inefficiency, higher costs, lost profits, and customer dissatisfaction; describe how SAP R/3 processes a standard sales order;...

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  • As a consultant, the process of designing and developing technology-based solutions is one that you get to know intimately, thanks to iteration. Having been involved in a dozen or more projects in the past few years, I came to realize that a common component exists at the center of every one of those solutions. That component is the data storage system.

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  • Leading Minds and Landmark Ideas In An Easily Accessible Format From the preeminent thinkers whose work has defined an entire field to the rising stars who will redefine the way we think about business, The Harvard Business Review Paperback Series delivers the fundamental information today's professionals need to stay competitive in a fast-moving world. As technology and globalization have disrupted traditional operations along the supply chain, the relationship between suppliers, customers, and competitors has changed dramatically.

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  • This paper outlines some examples of the ways in which these measures have been undertaken at the enterprise level and the accreditation framework within which these are often established. It also proposes the idea that it may be useful to extend satisfaction measurement from a focus on the enterprise to that of the destination. This is a much more complex task that at the individual enterprise level but may be worth the effort as destinations compete for market share.

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  • This design guide provides an overview of the Enterprise Branch Architecture, which is one component in the overall Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture (SONA). SONA is a comprehensive framework to provide guidelines to accelerate applications, business processes, and profitability. Based on the Cisco SONA framework, the Enterprise Branch Architecture incorporates networked infrastructure services, integrated services, and application networking services across typical branch networks.

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  • Microsoft Access 2003 is a powerful database application that allows you to build standalone and client-server database applications. Access applications are used in many enterprises for storing inventory and maintaining customer records, sales data, or nearly any other type of data that needs tracking. Access has powerful wizards and tools that make it relatively easy for users to build a database application. However, such databases must often be expanded to include additional features not supported by the simple design provided by the wizard...

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  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) is an exciting new technology that will change the way we build user interfaces for Java 2 Enterprise Edition applications. With the introduction of JSF, we can finally create user interfaces simply with a set of reusable components. And with a component-based framework, Web applications are finally on a more level playing field with client-based User Interface (UI) frameworks such as Swing. Now, Web developers will be able to use and reuse components off the shelf in their applications so we will see tool support and components implemented for JSF....

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  • Who This Book Is For The target audience for this book is the Information Worker (IW), someone who works within an organization and whose primary job responsibility involves sharing, communicating, processing, or acting upon information stored on computer systems and networks. Workers in organizations of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises, will benefit from this book.

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