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Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 3: E-Business and Mid-Market Shakeout
This note discusses how ERP-driven e-business will have to extend well beyond providing business partners self-service portlets. It will have to allow trading

e part 3  procurement market. The first e - procurement applications focused on indirect MRO (maintenance, repair, and operations) supplies. E-commerce vendors introduced concepts of putting supplier catalogs online and facilitating any authorized party to place an order within established contracts and pricing. ERP vendors are beginning to offer integration that will automate the Request for Quotes (RFQ) process. Through a direct link with their financial software, companies can electronically download invoices Read More
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New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 3: E-Procurement Can Broaden the Supplier Pool
From point-and-click ordering using Web-based catalogs of individual suppliers, to marketplaces that bring together in one place the products or services

e part 3  site in five parts. Each part will contain links to the preceding parts. Part 1 discussed the Benefits of e-procurement and included examples of major corporations that are pursuing e-procurement. Part 2 discussed the potential Efficiency Gains of e-procurement, including relationships and processes that are necessary to obtain these gains. Part 4 will discuss using e-procurement to Leverage Volume, including leveraging volume through outsourcing. Part 5 will discuss how e-procurement can Improve Process Read More
Who's Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 3: New Solutions
There is a wide range of new 'e-gistics' players emerging to address today’s transportation and logistics challenges, and different solutions will be

e part 3  s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 3: New Solutions Executive Summary The fundamental promise of e-commerce is to empower the customer. In transportation, logistics and other behind the scenes aspects of e-commerce, new services and capabilities are beginning to fulfill this promise, not just for Fortune 500 companies but for small and medium firms and for those with specialized requirements as well. These solutions range from e-gistics auctions and marketplaces, through software and Read More
Frankie Does ERP, Part 3
[Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This

e part 3  Does ERP, Part 3 [Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This interactive series is an exercise in what-if analysis based on ongoing interviews with Frankie as well as your feedback. You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It’s still colorful.] Previously: Episode 1 | Episode 2 * My boss wants an ERP system. My boss wants an SAP ERP system. My Read More
New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 2: The Efficiency Gains of E-Procurement
From point-and-click ordering using Web-based catalogs of individual suppliers, to marketplaces that bring together in one place the products or services

e part 3  site in five parts. Each part will contain links to the preceding parts. Part 1 discussed the Benefits of e-procurement and included examples of major corporations that are pursuing e-procurement. Part 3 will discuss how e-procurement can Broaden the Supplier Pool and the pros and cons of this approach to procurement. Part 4 will discuss using e-procurement to Leverage Volume, including leveraging volume through outsourcing. Part 5 will discuss how e-procurement can Improve Process as well as How to Get Read More
e-Intelliprise
e-Intelliprise is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package supporting discrete and flow manufacturing with inventory control, purchasing, customer order

e part 3  Intelliprise e-Intelliprise is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package supporting discrete and flow manufacturing with inventory control, purchasing, customer order processing, and financial software modules. Read More
E-commerce Grass Getting Greener
Two recent studies on the growth of business over the Internet agree that growth is still strong. The studies contain information about infrastructure growth

e part 3  commerce Grass Getting Greener Event Summary A study from the Center for Research in Electronic Commerce at the University of Texas at Austin shows significant growth in all layers of the Internet. The study looked at the Internet economy at the Infrastructure, Application, Intermediary and Commerce layers. Comparing the first quarters of 1998 and 1999, it found an overall growth rate of 68 percent, from $64 billion in Q1 1998 to $108 billion in Q1 1999. The Infrastructure layer, consisting of ISPs and Read More
The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2)
In the first part of this blog, I mentioned that sentiment analysis measures the polarity of opinion—positive, negative, or neutral—regarding a subject, a

e part 3  this information. In brief, employees are also part of the social media networks. Due to the nature of social media sources and its behavior, it is difficult to calculate social media return on investment (ROI). Social media are means by which individuals can interact; they are also segmented channels—therefore, there is no direct ROI nor is there a general consensus on how to obtain it accurately. Some companies think social media analysis adds value to the company. Other companies assess overall Read More
Production/3
Production/3 is a discrete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that integrates legacy ERP and modern production equipment, while providing shop floor

e part 3  3 Production/3 is a discrete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that integrates legacy ERP and modern production equipment, while providing shop floor planning capabilities combining both push and pull production planning approaches. It is a stand-alone manufacturing execution system (MES) that aims to optimize the internal supply chain and to enables real time collaboration with suppliers and customers in multiple languages. Read More
Frankie Does ERP, Part 1
[Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request

e part 3  Does ERP, Part 1 [Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request. This interactive series, created and published with his permission, is an exercise in what-if analysis based on interviews I am currently conducting with him. You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It's still colorful.] * My name is Frank. I’m a mid-level manager for a Read More
Smart e-HR
ePower solutions include personnel administration and performance management. It also offers training and tools in HR help desk, personal development, job

e part 3  e-HR ePower solutions include personnel administration and performance management. It also offers training and tools in HR help desk, personal development, job descriptions, organizational charts, and 180 or 360 degree feedback. Read More
eCo Specification Bridges E-commerce Language Barrier
The eCo specification from CommerceNet will help E-commerce sites find each other and determine each other's E-commerce standards and trading practices.

e part 3  Specification Bridges E-commerce Language Barrier Event Summary CommerceNet, an industry working group focused on E-commerce, has issued a specification for a protocol that can be used to increase interoperability between E-commerce partners. The specification, dubbed eCo, defines the ways that businesses post information about themselves. Using eCo, a business could post a description of itself in a standard form that could be found via searching, both by people and by intelligent agents. Information Read More

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