Supplier News

  1. Mobility: The Next Generation Of HVAC Service
    11/5/2007
    A low-cost, high-ROI technology that can be deployed within weeks, works for HVAC businesses of any size in any location, and streamlines daily work for both service technicians and office staff seems too good to be true. Yet it’s not only true, it’s largely untapped by today’s HVAC businesses. Submitted by Alltel
  2. Dynamic TWAIN Accelerates Scanning Capabilities For Grand Valley Technology Services
    10/22/2007
    Dynamic TWAIN enables users to acquire images from any TWAIN compatible device. With the carefully designed interface, and the built-in wizard mode, Dynamic TWAIN is very easy-to-use, but also very powerful. Submitted by Dynamsoft
  3. Document Scanning: BÖWE BELL + HOWELL Makes It Easier For Healthcare Organizations To Scan Long Documents
    10/11/2007
    Hospitals, medical centers and other healthcare organizations can digitize documents of unlimited length easily and reliably thanks to an enhancement to BÖWE BELL + HOWELL's Truper Series scanners.
  4. Benefits Of Server And Storage Virtualization
    10/4/2007
    Most businesses have a combination of fibre-channel, SCSI, and/or NAS based storage. Storage systems are either directly attached to servers via SCSI or through fibre-channel. These systems participate natively or via a bridge in a fibre-channel based storage network, or are NAS systems attached directly to an Ethernet LAN. Submitted by SANRAD
  5. The Case For Integrated Processes
    3/28/2007
    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
  6. UNC’s Emergency Medical Center Using Electronic Forms And Mobile Solutions
    10/16/2006
    This case study shows how UNC at Chapel Hill Emergency Medical Center developed a mobility solution to gather information from EMS Directors across the USA. Submitted by MobileDataforce
  7. Healthcare And Social Services Providers Using Mobile And Wireless Data Collection Solutions
    10/16/2006
    This case study reviews Inclusion’s experiences converting paper-based forms and manual processes to electronic data collection processes using mobility software and handheld mobile devices such as Palms, Pocket PCs, Tablet PCs, and Notebooks. Submitted by MobileDataforce
  8. The State Of The Art In Finance
    8/14/2006
    In the wake of recent accounting scandals and the increasingly competitive business environment, many CFOs and the finance organizations they lead have started to take on new strategic roles within the enterprise. This SAP Insight will discuss recent trends and best practices, as well as provide examples for those companies with best-practice processes, models, and technologies. Submitted by SAP Americas.
  9. Implementing Enterprise Resource Planning: Lessons Learned From The Front
    8/14/2006
    Best practice indicates that a successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation can, in fact, force an organization to reevaluate its business practices and processes, focus on clearly defined goals and objectives, create a higher understanding of the need for data accuracy, emphasize time-phased material planning, and enable a more effective data-sharing environment. However, such high-level benefits require a new approach to project implementation, one that applies the lessons of the past to reinvent the systems of the future. Submitted by SAP Americas.
  10. Background Check: Automating Medical Credentialing At A Major Medical Center
    8/14/2006
    The medical credentialing department at the medical center is responsible for verifying the records and checking the backgrounds of every one of those doctors. That department is also charged with maintaining medical school alumni records and the credentialing documents and official files of all the doctors previously employed at one of the three hospitals. Considering that public health is one of the most important concerns in our society, these records are very extensive and can be quite a lot to manage properly. Submitted by Optical Image Technology