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Six Sigma for IT Service Level Management
Industry analysts, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), recently conducted research to understand how widespread the acceptance of Six Sigma is for managing

low level assembly planning  least sold, at a lower overall cost to the firm. Companies have been taking these claims seriously and outsourcing many aspects of IT where the outsourcer commits to a particular level of service and then delivers to that level. Internal IT groups are now viewed as the service provider for remaining capabilities. They must essentially compete with outside organizations on a cost and quality of service basis. Executive management is pressuring IT management to reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction,

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID systems are used in different situations that require the tracking of unique items. RFID tags, in the context of enterprise resource planning and supply chain management, make items visible from manufacturing through distribution. RFID tags may be used to carry basic information such as an address, to more complex information used at different stages of an assembly line.  

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