Verticent, a revitalized reincarnation of the languishing public mid-market enterprise applications vendor PowerCerv, seems to be thriving under a financially stable adopted parent, and it has found a defendable niche where it can exploit its competitors' functional "fatal flaws".
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as many of their business requirements as possible to be addressed from a single source. To that end, the vendor had long provided ERP, CRM, advanced planning and scheduling (APS), and business intelligence (BI) functionality and technology that facilitate flexibility, and supported distributed, remote applications deployment. Even way back with its release of ERP Plus at the end of 1990s, PowerCerv focused on the tight integration of its sales force automation (SFA) product into core ERP applications.