The Value Of Business Information March 2010

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  • GS to review
  • Need some suitable images....
  • Data formatted into readable formatWe live in the “information age”
  • Informed decision making----Cost of processing information – eg lost expenses claim / receipts---Knowledge is powerTime is moneyFinger on the Pulse
  • Email AnarchyKnowledge stored in your inbox is difficult to findPersonal/Business and Spam email all mixedNot easy to share in a structure wayDisparate Business SystemsDuplication of informationDuplication of effortInformation gets out of synchronisationLack of controlDanger that old versions of data are usedNot easy to consolidate informationAccessibility of informationComplianceFinding the latest informationProviding remote access (Homeworkers etc.)Training?
  • HERO Culture
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  • Hmmm, do we want Francis Clark listed here when we are doing this with BF?Maybe this slide and previous ones are needed to close session...? If not these how do we closeEltek?
  • Better image?
  • The technology is the easy bit.
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  • The Value Of Business Information March 2010

    1. 1. Leading Business Solutions<br />
    2. 2. Leading Business Solutions<br />AGENDA<br />9:45 Introduction and Nexus Overview<br />10:00 The Value of Business Information<br />10:15 Exit Planning and Strategy - Bishop Fleming<br />11:00 Refreshments<br />11:15 Managing your Business Information<br /> - MiCore Portal Engine Demonstration<br /> - Questions and Answers Session<br />12:15 Lunch<br />
    3. 3.
    4. 4. Network & Business Integration<br />Principal Activities<br /><ul><li>Computer Systems
    5. 5. Voice and Data Networks
    6. 6. Consultancy and Analysis
    7. 7. Support and Maintenance
    8. 8. ICT Training Services</li></li></ul><li>Network & Business Integration<br />Mission Statement <br />“To supply and maintain the most appropriate and cost efficient technology solutions without compromising performance and reliability.”<br />
    9. 9. Network & Business Integration<br /><ul><li>ICT & Business Solutions</li></ul>SYSTEMS<br /><ul><li> Computers
    10. 10. Networks
    11. 11. Virtualisation
    12. 12. Software
    13. 13. Unified Communication
    14. 14. Audio Visual
    15. 15. Printing & Imaging
    16. 16. Management & Security
    17. 17. Financial Systems </li></ul>SERVICES<br /><ul><li> Consultancy & Analysis
    18. 18. Audit & Health Checks
    19. 19. Systems Design
    20. 20. Project Management
    21. 21. Systems Migration
    22. 22. Installation & Configuration
    23. 23. Office Moves & Logistics
    24. 24. Systems Management
    25. 25. Support & Maintenance</li></li></ul><li>Network & Business Integration<br /><ul><li>Key Industry Accreditations
    26. 26. Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
    27. 27. VMware Enterprise Partner
    28. 28. Dell Certified Partner
    29. 29. HP Preferred Partner
    30. 30. IBM Business Partner
    31. 31. Lenovo Business Partner
    32. 32. Nortel Networks Solutions Partner
    33. 33. Avaya Business Partner
    34. 34. Cisco SMB Select Partner
    35. 35. 3COM Silver Partner
    36. 36. Sophos Gold Partner
    37. 37. Double-Take Software Partner</li></li></ul><li>Network & Business Integration<br /><ul><li>ICT Training Services
    38. 38. ICT Training for End Users and Technical Personnel
    39. 39. Personalised and Tailored Courses
    40. 40. On-site at Nexus ICT Training Suite, Exeter
    41. 41. Bespoke Course Development
    42. 42. Official Microsoft Learning Product (OMLP) courses
    43. 43. VMware Certified Courses
    44. 44. PRINCE2 and ITIL Training
    45. 45. Free Learning Assessment & Training Needs Analysis</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br />Principal Activities<br /><ul><li>Website Development
    46. 46. E-Commerce Solutions
    47. 47. Software Development
    48. 48. Software Products
    49. 49. Graphic Design</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br /><ul><li>Software Development
    50. 50. Bespoke Software Application Development
    51. 51. Business Analysis & Software Specification
    52. 52. Database Development & Interface Design
    53. 53. Deployment & Business Integration
    54. 54. Support & Maintenance</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br /><ul><li>Nexus Software Products
    55. 55. Instant Intranet, Extranet or Community Website
    56. 56. Incident Logging & Tracking System
    57. 57. Customer Relationship Management & Marketing Software
    58. 58. Enterprise Performance Management Software</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br /><ul><li>Website Development
    59. 59. Website Design & Build
    60. 60. Inbuilt Content Management (CMS)
    61. 61. E-Commerce Solutions
    62. 62. Internet Marketing (SEO/PPC)
    63. 63. Graphic Design, Copy Writing & Photography</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Nexus Customer Case Studies
    64. 64. General Industry</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Nexus Customer Case Studies
    65. 65. Professional Services</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Nexus Customer Case Studies
    66. 66. Healthcare & Public Sector</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />The Value of Business Information<br />By <br />Gary Smith<br />
    67. 67. Leading Software Development<br />What is information?<br />“Knowledge communicated concerning a particular fact or circumstance”<br /><ul><li>Examples:
    68. 68. Newspaper Article
    69. 69. Web Content
    70. 70. Telephone Call
    71. 71. Email Correspondence
    72. 72. Directions
    73. 73. Procedures
    74. 74. Sales Report
    75. 75. Purchase order/Invoice
    76. 76. Financial report
    77. 77. Absence request Form
    78. 78. Installation Instructions
    79. 79. Company Policy</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />Why is information important?<br /><ul><li>Information is essential to guide your business
    80. 80. Loss of information can have serious consequences
    81. 81. Informed workforce improve Efficiencies
    82. 82. Essential in a Knowledge Business
    83. 83. Cost of reprocessing information</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />Problems with information within a business<br /><ul><li>Information Overload
    84. 84. Email Anarchy
    85. 85. Lack of Collaboration
    86. 86. Information Silos
    87. 87. Loss of Information – multiple formats
    88. 88. Accessibility of Information
    89. 89. Compliance
    90. 90. Accuracy, Timely, Relevant ...</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />Benefit from Information Management<br /><ul><li>Disseminate Financial Information
    91. 91. Reduce Cost of Processing Information
    92. 92. Reduce duplication of Information
    93. 93. Unlock Key Business Data
    94. 94. Speed up Information Retrieval
    95. 95. Create a SHARED Information Environment
    96. 96. Improve Employee Experience and Morale
    97. 97. Improve Customer Service</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br />Exit Planning and Strategy<br />By<br />James Finnegan<br />
    98. 98. Leading Business Solutions<br />Develop an Online Information and Knowledge Management Strategy<br /><ul><li>Targeted information sharing
    99. 99. Centralised search and productivity tools
    100. 100. Workflow automation and business systems integration
    101. 101. Compliance using document management and version control
    102. 102. Consolidating KPIs and information centrally</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />What people have said about MiCore Portal Engine<br />"A whole day in which to tap out my feelings about our new Web Portal would not be sufficient to convey my satisfaction! So I'll just say thank you. I'm very pleased!“<br />Phil Husbands<br />Information ManagerFLYBE<br />“MiCore is now firmly established as a primary business tool and is a key part of our long term IT strategy." <br />Simon Clarke<br />I.T Manager Michelmores Solicitors<br />“MiCore provides our users with enhanced productivity through tight integration with our central practice management system.”<br />Phil Mortimer<br />Head of I.T<br />Francis Clark Chartered Accountants<br />“MiCore resolves the problems we face as a multi-location operation and gives us a centralised and consistent method of communicating and sharing information." <br />Dave Palmer <br />Director of IT Bray Leino<br />
    103. 103. Leading Business Solutions<br />Refreshment Break<br />
    104. 104. Leading Business Solutions<br />MiCore – Overview<br /><ul><li>What is MiCore Portal Engine?
    105. 105. The software meets the needs of many diverse </li></ul> communication and collaboration scenarios<br /><ul><li>Deliver information and applications to users </li></ul> in a web browser, anywhere in the world<br /><ul><li>A dynamic, self service Web Portal for groups,</li></ul> employees, customers and partners<br />
    106. 106. Leading Software Solutions<br />MiCore – Features<br /><ul><li>Powerful Communication Tool
    107. 107. Permissions based access to content
    108. 108. User driven content with authorisation workflow
    109. 109. Content tracking with ‘Read and Sign’
    110. 110. Manage images, multimedia and file uploads
    111. 111. Content categorisation
    112. 112. Email Alerts
    113. 113. Group collaboration
    114. 114. Content archiving and version control
    115. 115. Consolidated content feedback
    116. 116. Forums and Polls
    117. 117. Holiday, absence and resource planner
    118. 118. Workflow Tools
    119. 119. Online data forms
    120. 120. Intranet/Extranet and Web Portal
    121. 121. Knowledge Management
    122. 122. Powerful search capabilities
    123. 123. Integrated user directories
    124. 124. Intelligent auditing
    125. 125. Dynamic homepages and feeds
    126. 126. Online help manuals
    127. 127. Business Systems Integration
    128. 128. Customisable menus
    129. 129. Third party application integration
    130. 130. Role based custom dashboards
    131. 131. Email integration</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br />Nexus Services and Solutions<br /><ul><li>Deployment Services
    132. 132. Infrastructure Deployment
    133. 133. Organisational Branding
    134. 134. Training
    135. 135. Report Generation
    136. 136. Application Development
    137. 137. Business Systems Integration</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />Develop an Online Information and Knowledge Management Strategy<br /><ul><li>Targeted information sharing
    138. 138. Centralised search and productivity tools
    139. 139. Workflow automation and business systems integration
    140. 140. Compliance using document management and version control
    141. 141. Consolidating KPIs and information centrally</li></li></ul><li>Leading Business Solutions<br />Next Steps<br /><ul><li>Complete Feedback Form
    142. 142. Arrange Viability Study (FOC)
    143. 143. Install MiCore 1-9 User Pilot
    144. 144. Establish a Business Information Strategy</li></li></ul><li>Leading Software Development<br />Lunch and Networking<br />Thank you for your time!<br />

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