Marco GerussiMarco Gerussi Proof of Concept – Less Risk for System Implementations

06/26/2008 by Marco Gerussi

Scoping for defined requirements and harmonized expectations
The scoping approach allows you to define requirements, expectations and project scopes when systems, methods and processes are implemented. This results in aligned […] Continue Reading…

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger Proactive Impact Management – the basis for BTO

06/25/2008 by Dieter Steiger

Business Technology Optimization as a Challenge
Business Technology Optimization (BTO) targets at a closer collaboration of IT and business – nothing really new, just a daily challenge to the CIO. […] Continue Reading…

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger Lifecycle Management – no Pain, no Gain!

06/24/2008 by Dieter Steiger

Successful IT Planning & Control must include not only IT Service Management and Project & Portfolio Management, but also Application Lifecycle Management in order to be of lasting benefit. […] Continue Reading…

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Nicolaj AmmannNicolaj Ammann Lifecycle Management – a Nightmare?

06/23/2008 by Nicolaj Ammann

Andrea User and Daniel Eveloper both work in the same enterprise. When they meet in the cafeteria, the say hello. That has been all, so far. Today, they will […] Continue Reading…

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger Lifecycle Management – what it needs

06/20/2008 by Dieter Steiger

In order to be able to successfully manage the Application Lifecycle, the Cycle above the individual development and problem solving cycles, the stage must be set in three areas:

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Klaus OttoKlaus Otto BTO – Application Development as a Lifecycle Process

06/20/2008 by Klaus Otto

An enterprise applying a BTO Strategy principally strives for three goals: to increase the benefit of the strategic business applications, to better align functional IT projects with these strategic […] Continue Reading…

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Markus von der HeidenMarkus von der Heiden The Cycle Above the Development Cycle

06/19/2008 by Markus von der Heiden

Nowadays, software is used in virtually all enterprises. Software is continuously extended, changed or deactivated – as a result of changing business requirements, enhanced functionality of commercial software releases, […] Continue Reading…

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger SAP Change and Transport Management – Efficient and Safe

06/12/2008 by Dieter Steiger

In order to handle the various problems resulting from changes to a SAP landscape, it is common use to spend of lot of money on experts rushing to fix […] Continue Reading…

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Dieter SteigerDieter Steiger SAP Change Control Reduces Risk and Costs

06/11/2008 by Dieter Steiger

Nothing is more constant than change – this is also true for SAP systems. At least once a week, numerous changes of support or project organizations are moved into […] Continue Reading…

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Peter HelfensteinPeter Helfenstein beteo SAP Change Control Miniguide

06/11/2008 by Peter Helfenstein

The new SAP Change Control Miniguide below has just been posted on our beteo website. Additions and feedback are welcome!

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