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  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    A Case for a Single Loan Origination System for Core Banking Products

    Loan processing is among the most complex of a financial institution's operations. A Loan Origination System (LOS) is developed specially to support banks and other financial institutions' loan application processing needs. It employs workflow technology to control and monitor the various steps in loan processing and uses digital imaging technology...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Cluster Manufacturing: A Supply Chain Perspective

    Supply chain management clusters are geographic concentrations of three or more companies directly involved in the upstream and downstream flows of products, services, finances and/or information from a source to a customer. Clusters extend downstream to channels and customers, as well as laterally to manufacturers of complementary products. They also...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Reverse Supply Chain: Completing The Supply Chain Loop

    In this whitepaper, the author defines the reverse supply chain process, the steps involved and how it can be used as a strategic business weapon. Examples of how the consumer electronics, automotive and retail industries handle reverse logistics are offered. The author also provides an overview of key trends and...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    B2B Price Management & Execution: The Experience At A Large, Diversified Global Manufacturer

    Pricing at global manufacturing companies involves multiple businesses, regions, channels and functions, including sales, pricing, finance, operations, marketing and executive management. List prices are only the starting point in the pricing execution process. The ongoing marketing and sales activities of the organization often revolve around discounts, promotions, channel discounts, rebates...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Performance Management In The Transportation And Logistics Industry

    Managing transportation and logistics has been a critical focus area for manufacturers, distributors and third-party logistics players in their pursuit of developing a lean, agile and efficient customer-oriented supply chain. Among the biggest challenges these players face today is maintaining the delicate balance of increased material and transportation costs against...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Getting The Windows 7 Migration Right: The Role Of Testing

    Windows 7 is a welcome update to Microsoft's client operating system, with research showing that 60 percent of businesses expect to migrate to it in one of the largest upgrades in recent memory. But economic conditions are forcing companies to perform this upgrade as quickly and efficiently as possible. That...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Leverage Pricing to Realize Your Product's True Potential

    Product pricing is often misconstrued as a fancy and cosmetic layer in the overall business environment. Pricing requires extensive study and thorough analysis of the market players & segments, and can really determine the success of the companies. Though companies can measure the cost incurred to build a product, with...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    On-Premises Vs. On-Demand CRM: Key Considerations

    Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions have evolved enormously over the past few years. Yet, many organizations that implemented on-premises CRM are still seeking to achieve the intended ROI on their investments. Some are also having a hard time reaching the planned levels of user adoption on their existing on-premises CRM...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Managing The Franchisor-Franchisee Relation Thru Information Exchange

    Looking at the world of franchisee management through its engagement windows, Cognizant has tried to understand why talking about any investment in an economically challenged global business market may sound a little risky to any restaurateur. Leveraging its competency in this area, Cognizant has tried answering the question with its...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Cost And Competitive Advantage In The Supply Chain

    Even in a recession, today's harsh business climate is highly competitive, complex, and constantly changing driven by increasing customer demands and the need to reduce costs. To achieve ongoing success and competitive advantage in this challenging environment, organizations must change the way they view and leverage their supply chains. The...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // May 2009

    CRM Revitalization

    CRM Revitalization provides a comprehensive strategy to discover what is missing from one's current Siebel implementation and how best to bridge the gap. Utilizing Six-Sigma business process analysis in conjunction with Some of the key features of the CRM Revitalization exercise statistical Sales user analysis survey tools, Cognizant can are...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Performance Management In The Transportation And Logistics Industry

    Managing transportation and logistics has been a critical focus area for manufacturers, distributors and third-party logistics players in their pursuit of developing a lean, agile and efficient customer-oriented supply chain. Among the biggest challenges these players face today is maintaining the delicate balance of increased material and transportation costs against...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Reverse Supply Chain: Completing The Supply Chain Loop

    In this whitepaper, the author defines the reverse supply chain process, the steps involved and how it can be used as a strategic business weapon. Examples of how the consumer electronics, automotive and retail industries handle reverse logistics are offered. The author also provides an overview of key trends and...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    A Case for a Single Loan Origination System for Core Banking Products

    Loan processing is among the most complex of a financial institution's operations. A Loan Origination System (LOS) is developed specially to support banks and other financial institutions' loan application processing needs. It employs workflow technology to control and monitor the various steps in loan processing and uses digital imaging technology...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Leverage Pricing to Realize Your Product's True Potential

    Product pricing is often misconstrued as a fancy and cosmetic layer in the overall business environment. Pricing requires extensive study and thorough analysis of the market players & segments, and can really determine the success of the companies. Though companies can measure the cost incurred to build a product, with...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    On-Premises Vs. On-Demand CRM: Key Considerations

    Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions have evolved enormously over the past few years. Yet, many organizations that implemented on-premises CRM are still seeking to achieve the intended ROI on their investments. Some are also having a hard time reaching the planned levels of user adoption on their existing on-premises CRM...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Getting The Windows 7 Migration Right: The Role Of Testing

    Windows 7 is a welcome update to Microsoft's client operating system, with research showing that 60 percent of businesses expect to migrate to it in one of the largest upgrades in recent memory. But economic conditions are forcing companies to perform this upgrade as quickly and efficiently as possible. That...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // May 2009

    CRM Revitalization

    CRM Revitalization provides a comprehensive strategy to discover what is missing from one's current Siebel implementation and how best to bridge the gap. Utilizing Six-Sigma business process analysis in conjunction with Some of the key features of the CRM Revitalization exercise statistical Sales user analysis survey tools, Cognizant can are...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Cost And Competitive Advantage In The Supply Chain

    Even in a recession, today's harsh business climate is highly competitive, complex, and constantly changing driven by increasing customer demands and the need to reduce costs. To achieve ongoing success and competitive advantage in this challenging environment, organizations must change the way they view and leverage their supply chains. The...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Managing The Franchisor-Franchisee Relation Thru Information Exchange

    Looking at the world of franchisee management through its engagement windows, Cognizant has tried to understand why talking about any investment in an economically challenged global business market may sound a little risky to any restaurateur. Leveraging its competency in this area, Cognizant has tried answering the question with its...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    B2B Price Management & Execution: The Experience At A Large, Diversified Global Manufacturer

    Pricing at global manufacturing companies involves multiple businesses, regions, channels and functions, including sales, pricing, finance, operations, marketing and executive management. List prices are only the starting point in the pricing execution process. The ongoing marketing and sales activities of the organization often revolve around discounts, promotions, channel discounts, rebates...

    Provided By Cognizant

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Cluster Manufacturing: A Supply Chain Perspective

    Supply chain management clusters are geographic concentrations of three or more companies directly involved in the upstream and downstream flows of products, services, finances and/or information from a source to a customer. Clusters extend downstream to channels and customers, as well as laterally to manufacturers of complementary products. They also...

    Provided By Cognizant