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Vacancy : Accounts and Admin Executive

 

Accounts and Admin Executive
Selangor

Responsibilities:

  • Handle complete order processing with knowledge in computerized accounting.
  • Ensure completeness of documentation and compliance with processes.
  • Generation of timely reports.
  • Handle office administrative tasks.

Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Higher Secondary or equivalent.
  • Required skill(s): MS Office.
  • Must have knowledge in accounting.
  • Experience in order processing preferred.
  • Able to liaise confidently with internal and external parties.
  • Able to multi-task.
  • Able to think out of the box & be creative in problem solving.
  • Positive thinking, Organized, Systematic, Independent.
  • Good telephone handling manners.
  • Required language(s): Chinese, Bahasa Malaysia, , English
  • Full-Time positions available.

Click here to apply via JobStreet Accounts and Admin Executive.

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Vacancy : Account Manager

TFP Solutions group of companies specializes in providing Business Productivity IT Solutions and Services for business enterprises. Our business proposition to our clients is to enhance the Total Factor Productivity of their businesses. The principal activity of TFP Solutions Berhad is an investment holding company. The Group currently has 8 subsidiaries:

 

• MBP Solutions Sdn Bhd

• O2U Solutions Sdn Bhd

• ProDserv Sdn Bhd

• ProXerv Sdn Bhd

• SBOne Solutions Sdn Bhd

• SoftFac Technology Sdn Bhd

• Tech3 Solutions Sdn Bhd

• TFP International Pte Ltd


Our business comprise of 2 main business pillars, Business Management Solutions (BMS) and Converged Infrastructure Solutions (CIS).


In line with the Total Factor Productivity tagline, our Business Management Solutions (BMS) team provides sales, consultation, implementation, helpdesk and after-sales support and maintenance services for the various solutions in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Human Capital Management (HCM). In the other hand, TFP Converged Infrastructure Solutions (CIS) team provides the following solutions:

  • System Virtualization
  • Microsoft Infrastructure
  • Linux Infrastructure
  • Data Management
  • Service Management

We offer a wide range of CIS products and services such as:

  • Enterprise Servers (x64 & UNIX Platforms)
  • Enterprise Storage System (DAS, NAS, SAN, & Tape Solutions)
  • Networking Components (Switches, Routers, Load Balancers)
  • Data Centre Infrastructure (Availability, Accessibility, Performance)
  • IT Outsourcing Services

For more information, please visit http://www.tfp.com.my

Account Manager
Selangor

 

Responsibilities:

  • Able to achieve company’s sales target, maximizing profit margin, strategic planning, manage pre and post sales activities.
  • Service existing clients and seek out new opportunities.
  • To establish long term partnerships with clients by providing excellent after sales service
  • To work towards improvement of company’s business and products

Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent Professional Degree
  • Required language(s): Chinese, English, Bahasa Malaysia
  • Good interpersonal and communication skill
  • At least 1 years experience in sales and corporate account management, however fresh graduate who are keen to build a career in sales are encourage to apply
  • Sales experience in IT products & solutions is an added advantage
  • Industry knowledge in areas of financial, distribution, services or manufacturing will be an added advantage
  • Good business negotiations, presentation and communication skill at all level
  • Applicants should be Malaysian citizens or hold relevant residence status
  • Processes own transport

 

 

 

HP Confirms Next-Generation EVA Array

 

HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Array Systems

Article extracted from : http://www.informationweek.com/news/storage/systems/229402739

By Chandler Harris InformationWeek

An early access program will allow select enterprises to use the HP P6000 Enterprise EVA before the official unveiling of the upgraded product.

Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday confirmed its next-generation Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA) is coming in June. In the meantime, HP is offering an early access program that allows select enterprises to use the HP P6000 Enterprise EVA before the official unveiling of the upgraded product.

A “couple hundred” customers will be treated to HP’s mainstream enterprise block access storage array, with most of them existing EVA users, said Tom Joyce, vice president of marketing for HP Storage, in an interview.

“The reason we decided to do it this way is because the EVA is one of the most successful storage products in history, with up to a 100,000 out there,” Joyce said. “We have a very significant customer base and a lot of folks are looking forward to the new product.”

The EVA is part of HP’s Converged Infrastructure portfolio that includes virtualization, unification, and management of storage, networking, and compute resources. The HP EVA is typically deployed for core enterprise applications from messaging to enterprise resource planning.

The HP P6000 EVA is the company’s fifth generation EVA and will feature increased capacity and performance improvements. The HP P6000 EVA will include a 6 Gbps Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) back-end, support for standard SAS hard disk drives, and 8 Gbps Fibre Channel connectivity. It will have new software features for increased functionality, but HP isn’t disclosing details yet.

The EVA is HPs mainstream enterprise block access storage array, with an estimated 100,000 deployed. After HP acquired 3PAR last year, it said there would be two more generations of EVA to fit into HP’s Converged Infrastructure product portfolio. The upcoming EVA upgrade is the first of these.

While there is overlap in both the offerings, Joyce says they are far enough apart to provide offerings for different enterprise needs. He gives a car analogy to describe the product, with the EVA the Ford F150 truck and the 3PAR product the Ferrari.

“Many consumers decide to go with the EVA for its functionality, simplicity, and economic value for general storage use cases,” Joyce said. “If an organization is primarily services oriented they can go with 3Par.”

The EVA upgrade is part of HP’s ongoing Converged Infrastructure strategy. HP’s merger with cloud storage provider 3Par last year helped in its competition against archrival Cisco, which has been strong in the conjoined data center and cloud computing markets. For its converged infrastructure strategy, HP noted that it is focusing on its storage, server, and networking portfolio. 3Par helped to beef up HP’s storage operation.

 

What Should You Look for In a CRM Demo?

A good CRM demonstration is critical to getting a starting idea of what CRM can do and how it will benefit your business.

Articles by Charles.Knapp posted on February 8, 2011 12:28 PM (www.blogs.oracle.com/crm)

I have helped firms evaluate software demos and delivered demos in diverse industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences, and travel (to name just a few). Here are a few suggestions.

First, which vendor has the best fit for your industry? Make sure that the vendor demo staff tell you clearly throughout the demo (not just in a passing comment), what portion of each business process and screen is standard, what has been configured, what has been custom coded, and what has been provided by a partner. If you don’t keep asking, what you buy may be less useful than what you saw. This will lead to added (and unbudgeted) costs and time.

Second, what are the roles of the primary users? What are their top-most needs, such as exception-oriented dashboards or rapid data entry? Can you get a demo for each key role, showing how the software fits a typical workday? Have the vendor repeatedly tell you what is standard, configured, custom coded, or provided by a partner to avoid costly surprises.

Third, how well does the demo balance ease of use with completeness of business processes? One common demo approach is to hide needed fields or steps that are of low visual value. Another approach is to focus heavily on a visually appealing capability, while downplaying overall fit with your key business processes. Results: despite their business acumen, demo attendees may miss significant gaps in business fit or form an unrealistic impression about ease of use.

Oracle Cloud Computing: Thinking Out Cloud, Break Through the Haze!

What is Cloud Computing?
What is Cloud Computing, if you search for  deifination on Wiki, this is what you get:
Cloud computing refers to the provision of computational resources on demand via a computer network, such as applications, databases, file services, email, etc. In the traditional model of computing, both data and software are fully contained on the user’s computer; in cloud computing, the user’s computer may contain almost no software or data (perhaps a minimal operating system and web browser only), serving as little more than a display terminal for processes occurring on a network of computers far away. A common shorthand for a provided cloud computing service (or even an aggregation of all existing cloud services) is “The Cloud”.

The most common analogy to explain cloud computing is that of public utilities such as electricity, gas, and water. Just as centralized and standardized utilities free individuals from the difficulties of generating electricity or pumping water, cloud omputing frees users from certain hardware and software installation and maintenance tasks through the use of simpler ardware that accesses a vast network of computing resources (processors, hard drives, etc.). The sharing of resources reduces the cost to individuals.

Cloud Computing is often characterized by:
     •   Virtualized computing resources
     •   Seemingly limitless capacity/scalability
     •   Dynamic provisioning
     •   Multi-tenancy
     •   Self-service
     •   Pay-for-use pricing

Why Cloud Computing?
Increase speed. Improve efficiencies. Reduce costs. For years, those have been the big promises of most new IT nitiatives. They’re also the big benefits of cloud computing. In pursuit of those benefits, organizations are choosing both public and private cloud strategies. Because cloud computing is based on pooled and elastic computing resources to rovide high efficiency, scalability, and availability—at the lowest-possible cost—choosing the right cloud technology to support cloud-based applications is a critically important element of any cloud computing strategy.

In summary, these are the answers to WHY CLOUD COMPUTING?
     •   Easy / Fast to deploy
     •   Less in-house IT Staff
     •   On demand basis
         (Pay only for what you use)
     •   Low montly payments
     •   Offers the latest functionality
         (no upgrade cost)
     •   Sharing systems / information simpler              
          (access from anywhere, anytime)

Oracle Cloud Computing Objectives:
     •   Ensure that cloud computing is fully
          enterprise grade
     •   Support both public and private cloud
          computing – give customers choice

The technology behind a cloud deployment may be a collection of best-of-breed components from different vendors, ntegrated by a cloud service provider or an organization’s own IT staff. But a cloud technology  platform that is engineered to work together, preintegrated and preconfigured by one vendor, can be optimized for much higher levels of performance, scalability, availability, efficiency, and manageability compared to heterogeneous solutions.

“In terms of economies of scale in an on-demand world, it’s about having a unified technology stack that enables tandardization and provides for operational efficiency and much lower operating costs,” says Gene Eun, director of product management, Oracle On Demand. “The fact that Oracle’s on-demand cloud offering is an integrated solution that’s designed to work together means that it’s all built for scale and stability, ensuring that the solution is optimized for performance and is
always going to be available.”

CRM Software: What Is It, Do I Need It, and Is It Worth the Investment?

Software Dilemma

Many of us have heard of the term “CRM”, however, some of you may still have questions about what exactly it is.

What is CRM?

CRM, an abbreviation of Customer relationship management software is a tool used to manage all of your contacts’ and customers’ information in one place and tracks all activities related to them.  It’s also used to manage partner and vendor relationships.  It stores critical data for sales, marketing, and customer service purposes and is used for managing marketing campaigns and generating meaningful reports.  With CRM software like Microsoft Dynamics CRM, it’s easy to share customer information, monitor sales activities and retrieve purchase history, identify revenue opportunities, deliver consistent customer service, and track your progress against your goals.

Do I Need It?

It’s important to analyze your needs before selecting a CRM software.  Here are some indicators that your company may be ready to take the plunge:

  • You use multiple methods to communicate with your customers (e-mail, phone, face-to-face, direct mail, etc.)
  • You want to be able to target specific customers and prospects and personalize communications
  • Your customers’ demographics vary
  • You want greater visibility into your sales pipeline
  • You’re duplicating efforts within the company (i.e. two salespeople call the same prospect)
  • It’s time-consuming and difficult to generate reports
  • You want to be able to track marketing and sales trends and identify opportunities
  • Any customer or prospect data you currently have is spread across different software

 Is It Worth the Investment?

It´s a fair question; many business leaders still question the value of implementing CRM software in a business. It is an elusive answer because there is a wealth of inconclusive information in the marketplace. Fear no more as we would like to share you some insights from the experts. There are several tangible and intangible benefits to CRM including increased revenue, reduced costs, and greater efficiency. Of course, these results vary depending on the company and type of CRM software you choose.  However, it’s easier to prove the worth of a CRM software investment compared to many other software systems since some benefits can be realized almost immediately.  Some benefits include:

  • Integration with existing databases and technology systems
  • Consolidated information in a centralized system
  • Improved visibility into company data and processes for more predictable and manageable business operations
  • Ability to create custom reports efficiently and modify rules of the system
  • Improved customer service and efficiency due to increased responsiveness and non-duplication of data
  • Improved information sharing and synchronization resulting in increased productivity and sales performance
  • Better targeted and more efficient marketing

 Here’s a video of Top 10 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Dynamics CRM:

Make way! New release coming through, the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012!

Microsoft is committed to continually deliver powerful, agile, easy-to-use solutions that add value across your organization, today and tomorrow. The coming release of Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2012 is a delivery on this commitment. With more than 1,000 new features and enhancements across core enterprise resource planning (ERP) and industry capabilities, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 will help provide more business value faster, enable agility and insight in your organization, and help drive faster adoption, broader usage, and easier maintenance and upgrade through a continued emphasis on simplicity.

Couple this with a constant focus on pervasive interoperability—the natural interaction of ERP systems with Microsoft® business productivity applications and IT infrastructure technology—and the coming release will help sharpen your competitive edge and empower your people to anticipate and embrace change.

Contact us for more details :

sales@tfp.com.my

Business One in Action – How to identify GL Accounts that are used in Setup functions?

Applies to:

SAP Business One, Accounting, General Finance

Summary:

This article provides explanation on how to identify accounts defined in various setup functions.

Author: Lorna Real, Senior Support Consultant, GSC, SAP Business One

Company: SAP

Created on: December 2009

 Author Bio:

Lorna Real joined SAP in 2007 and is currently active as Senior Support Consultant for SAP Business One. She has worked as both technical and business consultant. She authored this article as a direct response to a partner enquiry during the Expert-on-Phone project, where she consulted on mainly Logistics and Finance related topics.

How to identify G/L Accounts that are used in Setup functions?

The ‘G/L Account Determination’ window does not have a corresponding table in SAP Business One and hence a query cannot be used to generate the list of accounts under the different tabs (Sales, Purchasing, General, and Inventory).

Solution:

In order to determine the accounts set in the ‘G/L Account Determination’ window, either of the following can be done:

  • View them in the ‘Chart of Accounts’ window. Accounts set in ‘G/L Account Determination’ are coloured green.

 

  • Or, create a query to show the accounts with ‘Main Account’ set to ‘Y’ in the OACT table. The query below can be used.

SELECT T0.[AcctCode], T0.[AcctName], T0.[Fixed] FROM OACT T0 WHERE T0.[Fixed] = ‘Y’

SAP Business One ON THE GO!

On your mark! Get Set! GO!!

Mobilize your business information through the Integration of Mobile Devices with the SAP Business One Application.

The SAP Business One mobile app for iPhone that has been recently launched is now optimized for iPad. This app lets you stay in touch with your business and customer data while away from the office. The large screen of the iPad allows an easy navigation and better readability of reports. Further, the up-dated App offers an integrated connection to an SAP hosted demo server, thus making any demonstration of the App a no brainer. Download the new SAP Business One for iPhone and iPad app directly from apple store.

The application allows users to check on inventory and customers, access reports, receive alerts and process approvals. With the mobile application, users have real-time access to data and can easily navigate, respond and trigger remote processes.