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Direction Finding & Locating Systems Require Rugged Electronics

White Paper: Crystal Group

Direction finding and locating systems are typically used in aerospace and defense, law enforcement, homeland security, public safety and other fields to detect and locate electronic signals. Why ruggedized electronics are critical components of Direction Finding and Locating Systems? This whitepaper highlights the modern rugged computer and network technology for deployment in hostile environments of extreme temperature and vehicle-caused shock, including an explanation of working and benefits of signal detection technology. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Armed forces installation Rugged, robust hardware required Rugged networking needs The comprehensive, ground-based system attributes transportable shelters, antennas, rugged electronic gear, and processing software that can withstand years of use in extreme conditions.

Understanding Power Consumption in Digital Electronics

White Paper: Crystal Group

In digital electronics, effective thermal management comprises a vast number of design considerations that must be accounted for before fielding computational hardware for low maintenance installations into high stress environments and operating conditions. Simply powering on a server and measuring the current without taking these variables into consideration will almost always result in misleading data that could lead to system design issues that drive confounding perplexity under different operating, environmental, and/or randomly due to die variations. This whitepaper describes the various physical properties of semiconductor technology that contribute to power consumption in digital processors and supporting chipsets found in computational server hardware. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Contributors to power consumption and dissipation Total power as a function of static and dynamic power Die to die variation and utilization

Pretty Isn’t The Point: 3 Questions That Lead To Killer Products

White Paper: Cogniance

Embedding design into your product development process from the beginning is not only better for the user, it adds more to your business value. Integrating design into your product development process enables you to do that by incorporating user feedback, prototypes and focus groups into the mix to create a product with more depth and breadth in your market. This whitepaper addresses the three questions that great designers ask in the development process that lead to killer products, what MIT found about the design-led organization and more. Design from the beginning- Involving designers at the genesis of the product design process When less is more- Greater costs in terms of materials and man hours The need for a designer’s perspective- Design aids product development Explore what makes a market WOW, not just a market win.

2015 AP and Working Capital Report: Capturing Game-Changing Savings with Working Capital Tools

White Paper: Taulia

This AP and Working Capital report offers a guide for organizations actively exploring working capital solutions/Tools. Capturing early payment discounts is the top goal for any Accounts Payable (AP) department, as it ultimately grants organizations huge returns on cash. Learn how to use working capital tools/software to increase discount capture while also alleviating AP pains around invoice approval and payment. Inside this Accounts Payable and Working Capital report  : Working Capital in AP and DDM Working Capital in SCF And Electronic Payments Optimizing the Supply Chain With the Perfect Payment Index Choosing the Right Dynamic Discounting and working capital solution      

E-Invoicing Management: Move to the Middle

White Paper: Direct Commerce

As the electronic invoicing market becomes more saturated in large companies, the small and medium enterprise (SME) market, those with annual revenues under $250 million, continue to open up. Over the past year, PayStream analysts witnessed an increase in electronic invoice (eInvoice) adoption among SME’s, as well as an increase in workflow automation. New and improved innovations in eInvoice functionality including Software-as- a-Service (SaaS), free supplier portals, dynamic discounting and mobile transactional capabilities are the driving forces behind the increase in adoption in the middle market. More SMEs are now reaping the benefits that the large early adopters did, including reduced processing costs, increased invoice approval cycle times, improved cash management, and increased visibility, to name a few. In addition to more companies or (buyers) implementing eInvoicing, PayStream survey results reveal that eInvoice adoption has been of keen interest among suppliers. The number of suppliers that no longer submit paper invoices and have converted to eInvoicing has increased dramatically. Today more suppliers send more invoices to companies in electronic format that do not require data entry, resulting in a more efficient and cost saving invoice process. Solution providers are now catering to suppliers with aggressive supplier on-boarding programs and easy to use supplier portals. More eInvoicing providers are offering their services to suppliers at no-cost, in an effort to build their supplier networks and keep buyers and suppliers connected across the globe.

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