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through impactful, real-time information made available to every stakeholder with minimal consideration to physical location In all but the largest competitions for IT contracts, finishing second means ending the competition with no financial reward This is worse than simply losing a sales opportunity, as a direct cost is associated with competing for contracts and opportunities Therefore, when a company finishes behind the contract winner, it s commonly worse for the company than if it did not compete at all IT technology suppliers are often in about the same financial shape as the customers to whom they are selling that is, there s not much margin for error The ability to model accurately when and how an IT technology will work in regard to the cash flow and profitability of a customer will also benefit not just the end customer, but the suppliers themselves
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The CIO and/or CEO of a well-run company can quickly list the top three operational issues of their company In stark contrast, very few IT equipment vendors or SIs are aware of these priorities on even an industry level, much less for a specific corporate entity Most equipment vendors provide equipment that s horizontal, which means it s designed for use in any industry, as opposed to a vertical industry that is more specific, such as manufacturing, education, or healthcare Leading integrators are typically much more versed in certain verticals, primarily in education and healthcare IT vendors and SIs would do well to understand the top operational priorities of a specific business and industry Improving business efficiency is a never-ending task, and the vendors and SIs who best resolve these issues for the customer have a significant competitive advantage over those that sell boxes versus solutions In this case, I am referring to business solutions, not compilations of IT architecture Understanding a customer s top business priorities is fundamental to the quality of the network deployed, because operational problems can be neatly developed into functional requirements that the technology must provide such as pervasive voice quality WLAN coverage, for example That statement alone would enable an enterprise wireless engineering team to assemble the entire deployment sequence from design and onward through audit, certification, and final delivery Functional requirements are the launch point from managers to engineers Following are the top three operational priorities at most enterprise-class companies: n n n Real-time and predictive business analytics Collaboration tools to break down group silos Operational efficiency improvements
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Nearly every major effort to improve business operations falls under one of these three focal points for the executive management of an enterprise company (It can be rightfully argued that the real list of concerns of a corporate executive is far broader than this, but this is the IT-centric version of the list) Profitability is the lifeblood of a business, for if a business spends more money than it generates, it cannot survive for long Productivity, business velocity, and time to market are dependent on the performance of analytics, collaboration tools, and improved operational efficiency, or reduced time to market Of the three primary operational focal points analytics, collaboration, and operational efficiency perhaps none of them is more critical to perform consistently well than analytics
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Analytics are generally no better than the quality and age of information It takes an exceptional analyst to overcome poor data Perhaps nowhere else is the value of wireless mobility more relevant in the corporate enterprise The concept of flow-based control means monitoring, in real time, how inventory and assets (including the most important asset, personnel) move from receipt to shipment This is true whether the product is information or the service is housekeeping The better the real-time image of a company s inventory and assets, the better the management will be able to use this information to the maximum advantage of the company Having assets in motion is essential to a healthy and profitable operation The fundamental concept of a business is to intake resources, alter them, and send them out to the next user The more accurately this process is measured and managed, the more efficient (profitable) a business will be Connecting this information with the balance of the supply chain is essential, both upstream where raw materials are sourced and downstream so the business can more accurately manage when and how much it will be paid Automated flow-based control means that a manager does not need to stand on the loading dock or personally count every product coming off the assembly line No longer does a salesperson or contractor need to make the long drive back to the corporate office or library for critical information No longer does a manager need to travel considerable distances on foot or by vehicle to approve work properly completed Managers and staff can manage their workloads from any point at which wireless connectivity is available Mobility enables this by enabling sensors to rove with people, locations, or equipment The latest generation of forklifts, as upgraded by Intermec to include
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