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    • Change Management

      Change Management

      Someone who has worked in a corporation or with a large organization might have heard the phrase “change management” used from time to time. Change management has been around for a while, but has become extremely popular with organizations or corporations that would like to initiate significant change to processes that can include both work

    • DMAIC

      DMAIC

      DMAIC is a basic Six Sigma methodology component- a way to improve work processes by eliminating defects. The Six Sigma methodology is widely used in many top corporations in the United States and around the world. It is normally defined as a set of practices that improves efficiency and eliminate defects. Six Sigma has been

    • Business Intelligence

      Business Intelligence

      Business Intelligence is a broad field of study. The major thrust of business intelligence theory looks at certain factors to make high quality decisions. These factors include customers, competitors, business partners, economic environment and internal operations. Here is some more information on how these factors help businesses make quality decisions. Customers: Without customers a business

    • Asset Management

      Asset Management

      In order to keep track of their belongings, companies use asset management software and practices that aid in organization and lead to better productivity. Asset management is an underlying need that transcends all industries and used to require a team of professionals to monitor and keep track of everything that a particular company does and

    • Business Process Integration

      Business Process Integration

      Business Process Integration (BPI) refers to the act of connecting technology systems that were not designed for integration in order to transfer information between different technology resources within an organization. BPI helps coordinate traditionally “stove piped” applications. This can improve overall efficiency and reduce costs. How Do Businesses Align Processes? Business Process Management (BPM) is

    • Six Sigma

      Six Sigma

      Six Sigma is a business improvement methodology. Its main objective is to implement a vigorous process to systematically eliminate defects and inefficiency. Motorola originally developed it in the early 1980s.  Its proficiency has caused it to become extremely popular in many corporate and small business environments around the world. Six Sigma’s main purpose is to

    • Document Management

      Document Management

      Most businesses and organizations rely on their documents to store data and keep information readily available. Some corporations create millions of documents each year. Filing data that is collected, storing it safely, indexing it properly, making it easily accessible and protecting it from outsiders is a major concern for many organizations. In order for you

    • How Does Cloud Computing Work?

      How Does Cloud Computing Work?

      Cloud computing refers to the delivery of one or many services powered by computer hardware and software over the Internet or local computer network. For most major service providers, there are a large number of computers configured in a grid to provide the service architecture located in the “cloud.” The origin of the name cloud

    • Service Management

      Service Management

      Service management, also called IT service management, is the discipline used in industries that provide services or a combination of goods and services. While widely used in the IT industry, specifically the ICT (information and Communication Technology) sector, service management can be integrated into many other industries. Service management is usually used in conjunction with

    • The Waterfall Model

      The Waterfall Model

      The Waterfall model is one of the best known applications of the Systems Development Life Cycle model (or SDLC), commonly used in the information systems, software, and systems engineering fields. The model is a sequential design process and gets its name from the visual depiction of progress, following the methodology looking like a waterfall as

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