9 research outputs found

    The Effective and Regulatory Mechanism of the Labour Market

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    The current paper aims to research the functioning mechanism of labour market, departing from the idea that labour market represents a constitutive part of the market system, the market system stands as a subsystem of economy and the economy itself a subsystem of the society. First of all, the labour market mechanism results from the essential interdependencies between the structural components of such market, between the labour market and the other markets, between the market system and the economic one, as well as between the economic and social system. Secondly, the labour market mechanism arise from its functional relations with the operational, executive, legislative, institutional and organizational structures of the social system from which it belongs, and which functional relations manifest as public preferences towards the functioning of the labour market. Therefore the regulatory mechanism of the labour market functions in two main steps, each of them comprising means and instruments for the implementation of the regulatory process: the spontaneous mechanism (based on objective necessity) and the intervention mechanism on the labour market, making use of various external economic means.social system, economic system, market system, labour market, labour market mechanism.

    CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ERP SYSTEMS WITHIN THE ACTUAL ECONOMICAL-FINANCIAL CRISIS

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    The aim of the ERP systems is to improve the activities that belong to the stage between acquiring an order from a client and issuing the invoice for that order and also the payment. The actual financial crisis, initially started in the USA as a subprime crisis, tends to be transformed in one of the most powerful economical crisis that was known in the last ten years, and some of the analysts predict that this crisis is even worse than the one that took place in the ’30 years. In these conditions, seems to be very natural for all the companies to look up for surviving solutions during this period, and one of the most popular methods to fight against the negative effects of the crisis applied by all the companies is the cost reduction. We may consider also that such a period could represent in the same time an opportunity for the companies to reconsider the business processes and repositioned in the actual context of the market, and for this a considerable help could be the implementation of an ERP systemERP, subprime crisis, business processes, company reorganization, IT system implementation

    STRATEGIC OUTLINES: BETWEEN VALUE AND DIGITAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT

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    Enterprise content management leverages digital asset management to supportbusiness channel diversity. Business asset management technology is targeted to products and finalservices. By capturing photos, videos, logos and other creative assets in a central repository itbecomes possible to control how, when and by whom these assets are used.The ability to locate different images enhances collaboration inside and outside the organization.To provide full value, the system links to technologies that deliver assets to real time.Managing Digital Assets is increasingly a core management discipline for both commercialcompanies and not for profit organizations.The authors propose some directions to be accomplished when it is used digital assets.Digital Assets Management (DAM), architecture of DAM, Strategy for DAM

    THE ROLE OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

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    Business performance management (BPM) is a key business initiative that enables companies to align strategic and operational objectives with business activities in order to fully manage performance through better informed decision making and action. EffecBusiness Performance Management (BPM), Business Intelligence (BI), business processes, strategy, integration

    INFORMATION FLOW ASSURED BY IT&C CONTINUITY PLANNING

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    Forwarding the frequent usage of complex processes and the big volume of information, it is imperative to manage the automatic circuit of the document flow in a company activity. The main advantage of such a system consist in document waiting to be procesinformation flow, IT&C continuity, maturity model for IT&C continuity, IT rationalization

    THE ROLE OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

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    Business performance management (BPM) is a key business initiative that enables companies to align strategic and operational objectives with business activities in order to fully manage performance through better informed decision making and action. Effe

    INFORMATION FLOW ASSURED BY ITC CONTINUITY PLANNING

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    Forwarding the frequent usage of complex processes and the big volume of information, it is imperative to manage the automatic circuit of the document flow in a company activity. The main advantage of such a system consist in document waiting to be proce

    A FUTURE APPROACHES, SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND THEIR ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE INFORMATIONAL SOCIETY – KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

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    The paper is the result of scientific study under doctoral thesis “Information Society and its Economic Effects” and contains seven sections: -section 1: “Globalization, Development and Information Society”; -section 2: “The Impact of the “Digital Divide” and “Digital Inequality” Phenomena” ; -section 3: “Information Society –Knowledge Society, Definition, Objectives and Strategies” ; -section 4: “Social Structures and New Life Patterns in Information Society” ; -section 5: “Virtual Organizations, Activities and Businesses” ; -section 6: “Strategies, Programmes and Courses of the Information Society Approach” ; -section 7: “The Economic Effects Foreseeable through the Implementation of Information Society–Knowledge Society”

    Implementing a CRM System in the Context of Internet Technologies

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    The dynamics of the relationship with customers was fundamentally modified with the extremely fast evolution and development of the Internet, as a new channel of communication also as an opportunity to effective fast dissemination. The Internet shifted the ability to control the market from seller to buyers and led to the fundamental modification of the relations with clients. The new client that comes from the Internet channel is looking mainly for 24x7 accesses to seller’s information and resources. The Internet client wants right context and ease of navigation with effective search tools. Ultimately, he is looking for a personalized buying experience, defined by ease of opening a personal account, ability to review his shopping cart in real time. CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is defined as the sum of business processes that an organization needs to execute in order to identify, choose, buy, develop and retain its clients. The current article is aiming to present the current architecture designed to fulfil all these requirements.CRM, Internet, Client, Supplier, Marketing, Selling Policies
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