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Plante Moran Joins Epicor Partner Network
Epicor and Plante Moran announced a strategic alliance to deliver Epicor’s flagship enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Epicor ERP, to its growing

business partner network  longstanding alliances with other business software solution vendors such as Plex . Plante Moran has a staff of more than 2,000 professionals, with offices throughout Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois, as well as in China, Mexico, and India.   As part of the Partner Network, Plante Moran will help meet the growing need among manufacturing organizations for a scalable and ERP solution. The industries Plante Moran will consult with Epicor on include aerospace and defense (A&D), industrial, and life sciences Read More...
Business Process Management (BPM)
Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which involves employees, customers, part...
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E2open Business Network Surpasses 100,000 Registered Users
E2open is a provider of cloud-based software solutions enabling enterprises to procure, manufacture, sell, and distribute products more efficiently through

business partner network  connectivity solutions, the E2open Business Network facilitates partner integration and process orchestration through the flexibility and scalability of the cloud. E2open Business Network users have access to real-time, cross-network data flows, providing them with predictive visibility and information exchange. The value prop for a trading partner participating in the E2open Business Network is direct connectivity to a brand owner and other trading partners in the network. Instead of passing information Read More...
Microsoft Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part Two: Market Impact
Microsoft Business Network (MBN) has the potential to deliver the never really (or hardly ever) realized benefits of early dot-com era Internet trading

business partner network  to create and distribute business process templates), with an annual subscription fee per user of $99.95 (USD) for both editions. There is also a separate, optional annual subscription charge of $4,999 (USD) for hosted community building services, which includes partner network management, partner invitations, publishing new document formats, and some other services that are yet to be defined. Challenges Despite the appeal of fairly low on-ramp costs, some notable presentation of return on investment Read More...
Microsoft Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part Four: More Challenges and User Recommendations
The objectives of end-to-end supply chain visibility are better plans, better service, increased inventory turns, and higher profit margins, where MBN might

business partner network  their existing applications. Such business should bear in mind that other ERP or EDI vendors might currently offer more mature and functional products at this stage. These prospective customers should consider adding the announced functionality to their requirements list, as to secure value in terms of both potential cost savings and increased efficiency. Approach MBS to clarify its current skills to support your short- and long-term SCM initiatives, as well as to produce a clarified product roadmap, Read More...
Microsoft Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part Three: Challenges and Competition
While on the surface, there are few economic or strategic reasons for organizations to persist with electronic data interchange (EDI), many seem reluctant to

business partner network  Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part Three: Challenges and Competition Challenges At the end of March, during its annual conference for North American customers, Convergence 2004 , Microsoft Corporation 's (NASDAQ: MSFT) Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ) division previewed upcoming versions of its enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions: MBS Axapta , MBS Great Plains , MBS Navision , MBS Solomon , Microsoft CRM , and related services. The Read More...
Business Intelligence in SAP Environments
As a consequence of the acquisition of Business Objects, SAP has shifted its SAP business warehouse (BW) strategy to a more open data warehousing approach and

business partner network  of the acquisition of Business Objects, SAP has shifted its SAP business warehouse (BW) strategy to a more open data warehousing approach and is now focusing on the former Business Objects portfolio. This guide is designed to help existing SAP BW customers to plan to move to the new business intelligence (BI) environment, and outlines most important architecture options for a data warehouse strategy. Read More...
Business Process Management and Optimization
Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them

business partner network  Process Management and Optimization Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them properly is key to your organization’s success. Find out how business process management and optimization (BPMaO) can help you understand, manage, and improve your business processes in order to deliver value-added products and services to your clients. Read More...
Business Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business?
Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT

business partner network  midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT resources. But business continuity is more of a critical success factor than ever before. Customers won’t tolerate a lack of service availability. Midsize companies must find a way to ensure maximum business continuity, and reduce downtime—and costs. Learn more. Read More...
Mobile Business Intelligence (BI)-The Importance of On-the-Move Business Clarity and Agility
Today’s employees expect to have access to business data in a single mobile device with intuitive tools to quickly perform tasks. If enterprises wish to provide

business partner network  Business Intelligence (BI)-The Importance of On-the-Move Business Clarity and Agility Today’s employees expect to have access to business data in a single mobile device with intuitive tools to quickly perform tasks. If enterprises wish to provide BI to every end user, they need a BI solution that is flexible, scalable, and practical enough to function on all smartphones and tablet computing devices with all the features and functionality needed to manage the business at strategic, operational, and Read More...
W4 BUSINESS FIRST 8.5 for Business Process Management Certification Report
W4 BUSINESS FIRST 8.5 is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of business process management (BPM) solutions in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP

business partner network  BUSINESS FIRST 8.5 for Business Process Management Certification Report W4 BUSINESS FIRST 8.5 is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of business process management (BPM) solutions in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth Read More...
Why Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies: Following the Road Map to Success
Most large enterprises significantly improve their revenue and profitability by deploying business intelligence (BI) technology. But if you are a small or

business partner network  Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies: Following the Road Map to Success Most large enterprises significantly improve their revenue and profitability by deploying business intelligence (BI) technology. But if you are a small or midsize enterprise (SME) does an investment in BI make sense for you, and how should you deploy the various components of BI technology to achieve success? Read this paper to see how BI can enable your SME organization to grow and profit by leveraging its core Read More...
The New Business of Business Leaders: Hiring and Onboarding
This paper explores the role of business leaders in driving talent management functions, specifically around hiring and onboarding challenges. It discusses how

business partner network  New Business of Business Leaders: Hiring and Onboarding This paper explores the role of business leaders in driving talent management functions, specifically around hiring and onboarding challenges. It discusses how talent intelligence helps business leaders find better candidates faster, make better build/buy/rent decisions, decrease new hire time-to-proficiency, and decrease the number of new hires who quickly leave. Read More...
Business Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB)
The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what

business partner network  Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB) The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what really matters for these companies. Not surprisingly, there has been a marked uptake in use of business intelligence (BI) solutions in the SMB market over the past year. Follow the road map for SMBs looking to achieve best-in-class performance through BI deployment. Read More...
Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management
Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article

business partner network  Process Analysis versus Business Process Management Talking to end users reveals that there is confusion in the market regarding business process analysis (BPA) and business process management (BPM) suites. Vendors use the term BPM in a very broad way, but what are really the differences between BPA and BPM, and where does BPM come from? BPM in the Early Stages In the 1980s, organizations used business process redesign (BPR) to improve productivity, quality of service, and cost effectiveness by Read More...
Explore Your Business at the Speed of Thought
For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to

business partner network  Your Business at the Speed of Thought For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to relevant information. But IT departments can’t react quickly enough to meet the dynamic needs of the organization while keeping costs within budget. Learn about business intelligence (BI) solutions that can help you extend the reach of BI to all information workers. Read More...

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