Enterprise software is software designed for organizational rather than personal use, and often refers to transactional systems for enterprise resource planning (ERP) and associated modules (or best of breed software) for managing finance, customer relationships, supply chain or human resources.

CommentaryThree key concepts of traditional waterfall development are disproved with successful agile operations
FeatureData accumulation has never been a challenge for the insurance industry, but spurred by a more intensely competitive market and better, affordable technology, insurers such as Allstate, XL and AIG are embracing data-driven decision-making for more effective marketing, pricing and loss reduction.
TrendsOne shortcoming of traditional approaches to customer segmentation has been the difficulty of answering the crucial question of who to focus on
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TrendWhile many IT professionals would argue that lean, agile and CMMI are mutually exclusive, Guru Vasudeva, SVP and CTO of Nationwide, says otherwise
NewsCapabilities are designed to provide organizations with advanced performance analytics, workforce optimization, multichannel capabilities and customer self-service options
Information Management's DM RadioApps are everywhere these days. The iPad still dominates, but Apple is just one of countless app distributors these days. The enterprise is increasingly looking to these lightweight applications as well, for reasons ranging from operational efficiency to analytics on the fringe. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview Cindi Howson of BI Scorecard, plus Randal Hoff of FairCom, Stefan Andreasen of Kapow Software, and John Callan of QlikView.
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