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  1. Building a Business case for Next Generation Enterprise Financial Systems
    SAP white paper
  2. Building a Business case for Next Generation Enterprise Financial Systems
    Today’s CFOs face pressure from an array of sources. Internal stakeholders expect them to reduce costs, protect the bottom line, and do more with less. Externally, there are increasing demands from regulators and accounting bodies.
  3. Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective
    "Companies face incredible pressure in global markets. To survive in such an atmosphere, companies need to develop a competitive advantage and build a sustainable business by accelerating innovation, developing operational excellence, and empowering information workers. Business processes are the key to unlocking the potential of these strategies for competitive differentiation. Enterprise services-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA) allows you to quickly build and modify your business processes to adapt to rapidly changing markets. With enterprise SOA, you can link stand-alone processes to quickly compose new end-to-end processes, selectively redesign existing processes, and facilitate seamless process design and execution across company boundaries to take advantage of your business partners. Enterprise SOA unleashes the untapped potential of your existing business processes within and across company boundaries so you are better able to compete."
  4. Loss Prevention: LP Innovations Serves Effective, Efficient Audit Process
    While evaluating options regarding an effective and efficient cafe audit process after an organizational change, Hard Rock Cafe compared two alternatives — creating an internal audit team versus partnering with an external loss prevention firm with the required expertise and ‘fit’ with Hard Rock’s company culture and objectives. Submitted by LP Innovations
  5. Forces Impacting Loss Prevention And Asset Protection Executive Q&A With Steven May, LP Innovations
    Retail Solutions Online had a chance to sit down with Steven May, president and CEO of LP Innovations, to discuss loss prevention and asset protection and the forces influencing these industries. Enjoy this executive Q & A. Submitted by LP Innovations

  6. Outsourced LP Solution Reduces Shrink
    As your retail chain and/or stores grow, so does your exposure to loss. Attempting to manage that increased exposure with few or nonexistent resources can be tough. After you realize assistance is vital, ask yourself if you should create an internal LP infrastructure or if you should consider outsourcing the task. One retailer that recently decided to outsource its LP program is Yankee Candle Company, Inc. Submitted by LP Innovations
  7. PCI Compliance: Challenges And Opportunities Of PCI
    The control framework implicit in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provides an enterprise structure for improving operational, security, and audit performance. The benefits of the PCI DSS go beyond audit costs and results, however. Submitted by Tripwire, Inc.
  8. Restaurant Cooks Up Success With HP iPAQ Pocket PC And Pocket Cheff Software
    Thanks to Pocket Cheff, a wireless ordering system based on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC, Buttermilks Country Restaurant is delivering a better dining experience, winning lots of repeat customers and happily celebrating its first year in business. Submitted by HP
  9. The Case For Integrated Processes
    Based on research and documented case studies, it is clear that companies are realizing significant value by developing integrated processes across the enterprise. This white paper discusses what integrated processes are, how they create value, specific cases of companies succeeding with integrated processes, as well as a checklist to determine how integrated your own company’s processes are. Submitted by SAP Americas
  10. Kiosk Solutions: Netkey Kiosk Solutions Provide Decreased Operational Costs
    As one of the first retailers to offer a gift registry in its stores using networked interactive kiosks, the company realized the benefits of self-service could be multiplied with additional customer and employee-facing applications. Submitted by Netkey