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By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 09, 2009
Value-driven product management is a repeatable process based on industry best practices that uses subjective and objective criteria to deliver successful products. This paper explains how assessment, alignment, achievability, accessibility, agility and accountability, the six key concepts of value-driven product management, can be applied to create a repeatable process for developing successful products.
Tags : ibm, telelogic, product success, value-driven, product management, assessment, alignment, achievability
     IBM
By: Allscripts     Published Date: Oct 24, 2014
Cornerstone Medical Care, a 10-provider practice in Brandon, Florida is currently using Allscripts EHR solutions to shift from fee for service to value based care. Today, their risk-based contracts have accounted for a seven-figure increase in revenue. Download the webinar now to learn how!
Tags : allscripts, ambulatory practice, value based care, ehr replacement, ehr solution, risk based contracts, actionable data
     Allscripts
By: Lenovo and Intel®     Published Date: Aug 02, 2018
Having the right, scalable, IT systems to handle large compute workloads, while tapping into massive data sets, is critical to a project's success and even the success of your business. HPC solutions, powered by Intel® technology, offer greater value potential by combining the density of blade computing with the economics of rack-based systems. Learn how businesses like yours are using HPC technology to expand IT infrastructure, improve development, accelerate overall innovation, and stay on budget. Get the white paper.
Tags : lenovo, intel, systems, technology
     Lenovo and Intel®
By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Aug 01, 2019
Software might run the world, but software still runs on hardware. It’s a misperception that hardware has little value anymore. Every application, every workload, every data set runs on physical servers. Read “Hardware Does Matter: Global Server Brands are Perceived as Superior for Driving Digital Business,” a Frost & Sullivan report of 500 IT decision makers, on the value of global server brands vs. commodity servers. Look beyond commodity status to discover: • Key server purchase criteria • How top brands directly compare • How to choose based on workload Server brands very significantly, and a commodity brand may not provide the outcomes you need, especially for new and next-generation applications. Download this analyst report from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 04, 2013
What is a workload-optimized system? Simply put, it is one that matches architecture to the needs it is purchased for. Systems performance is no longer defined only by the fastest processor or other leading benchmarks, but rather by the ability to deploy new services faster, with higher quality, and within financial objectives. Commoditization has led some to think that financial objectives will lead to Intel-based systems for all uses. In this Advisory, we show that this is not the case, and by way of example, we demonstrate how Power Systems can be less expensive for ongoing operational costs and initial outlay.
Tags : business value, processor, new services faster, higher quality, financial objectives, intel-based, commoditization
     IBM
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