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Case Study: IT Asset Security Tool Helps Healthcare Provider Track 97% of Laptops
Learn how IT asset tracking tools helped Allina Hospitals and Clinics monitor 2,700 computers on and off their network without having to invest in additional

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Cincom Acknowledges There Is A Composite Applications Environ-ment Out There Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
While the evolution strategy is safer in the short run for both the customers and the vendor, minimizing both investment and disruption, the evolutionary

heartland shocking computrace  control of its ETO heartland. User Recommendations Cincom''s target market, multi-site and multi-national complex manufacturing companies and their divisions with up to $250 million-a-year revenue range and up to 300 concurrent users per site, with a support for the entire lifecycle of a product or project should consider the company''s value proposition. Existing Cincom customers should continue to follow Cincom''s product path. They should evaluate the new products and technology with an eye towards Read More...
IFS Study on Enterprise 2.0: Businesses Aren’t Really Interested?
IFS has just published a short report unveiling the results of a study conducted with Advantage Business Media. Research analyst Aleksey Osintsev looks at the

heartland shocking computrace  Study on Enterprise 2.0: Businesses Aren’t Really Interested? Well-known global ERP vendor IFS has just published a short report unveiling the results of a study that was conducted along with Advantage Business Media. Executive managers of multiple industrial medium-to-large organizations were asked their opinion on such hot topics as social media, its relationship to ERP, and how it affects ERP system selection. The first and quite shocking output of the report is that business managers’ interest Read More...
Engineering Change Management 2.0: Better Business Decisions from Intelligent Change Management
Traditionally, change management in product development and engineering has been viewed as a way to control cost and improve efficiencies. But companies are

heartland shocking computrace  Change Management 2.0: Better Business Decisions from Intelligent Change Management PTC is all about helping discrete manufacturers succeed by meeting their globalization, time-to-market, and operational efficiency objectives in product development. As one of the world''s largest and fastest-growing software companies, we deliver a complete portfolio of integral Product Lifecycle Management solutions to over 50,000 customers in the Industrial, High Tech, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Read More...
Lilly Software - Product Enhancements Remain Its Order ''Du Jour'' Part Two: Market Impact
Lilly continues to invest uncompromisingly in R&D, and consequently espouses a convincing broad but compact product portfolio for its target market.

heartland shocking computrace  Differentiators Even within the heartland of manufacturing business software for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), one could also note two of the original factors that differentiate Lilly from among several dozens of like vendors 1) its focus on ''to-order'' discrete manufacturing, and 2) its considerable embracement of Theory of Constraints (TOC)-based advanced planning & scheduling (APS) concept on top of a deep core-ERP manufacturing functionality. Thus, LSA''s VISUAL Enterprise suite is a shop floor Read More...
Lawson Software’s CRM and ASP Moves - Wise, Bold, Injudicious, Enforced, or Something Else?
Two recent moves by Lawson Software have stunned the market: 1) it discontinued its in-house CRM development in favor for partnering with Siebel Systems, and 2)

heartland shocking computrace  Software’s CRM and ASP Moves - Wise, Bold, Injudicious, Enforced, or Something Else? Event Summary On April 10, Siebel Systems, Inc., the world''s leading supplier of CRM software, and Lawson Software, the supplier of Internet-enabled enterprise applications, announced a global distribution agreement in which Lawson will integrate and sell its new line of enterprise applications with Siebel''s comprehensive suite of eBusiness applications for sales, marketing, and customer service. Lawson''s Read More...
The G-word: Do Businesses Touting Green Really Practice What They Preach?
The word “green” these days is everywhere—especially in business. However, it’s difficult to know whether the environmental concerns of these businesses are

heartland shocking computrace  G-word: Do Businesses Touting Green Really Practice What They Preach? Originally published – December 1, 2008 For many years, management theory and practice had not taken into account the environmental impact that businesses'' activities may have. This was first captured by Paul Shrivastava, professor of management at Bucknell University, with the metaphor of castration [1] . His theory supports the fact that organizational theories should be forced to look at the environment and nature as a Read More...
Geac Gets Its Commonsense Share Of Consolidation, With Revolving Door CEOs No Less Part Two: Market Impact
Geac is now a financially conservative, stable but acquisitive organization that has remained profitable despite the general IT industry downturn. Geac’s future

heartland shocking computrace  new functionality to its heartland of existing customers and industry verticals, while building out its technology to make its existing products more future-proof, seems prudent. Geac is also targeting new customers through Extensity, Comshare and other front-end applications. While Geac''s past difficulties surely originate in the post Y2K-based slump of the ERP market in 1999/2000 and the current protracted economic slowdown, the primary catalyst was a poorly executed acquisition of once prominent Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

heartland shocking computrace  various meetings throughout America’s heartland. My message to them: We are moving from Cloud 1 to Cloud 2, and the iPad is the accelerator. Many of them haven’t even made it to Cloud 1—some are still on mainframes. They are working on MVS/CICS, or Lotus Notes, and they have never heard of Cocoa, or even that there is now HTML 5. This is unacceptable. The next generation is here. The iPad that shows us what now is really possible—and that we all need to go faster. Unfortunately, some CIOs would Read More...
Resurrection, Vitality And Perseverance Of Former ERP ''Goners'' Part Four: Challenges
Where these vendors'' challenges take more individual tracks would be the state of affairs of harmonizing their installed user base across a controllable number

heartland shocking computrace  future focus on its heartland of existing customers and industry verticals, while building out its technology to make its products more future-proof and keeping abreast of the competitive offering, seems prudent. This concludes Part Four of a five-part note. Parts One and Two detailed specific vendors. Part Three discussed the Market Impact. Part Five will make User Recommendations. Read More...
Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like ''Aurora'' Part 2: Market Impact
Geac appears to have at least learned some hard lessons and it should not fall again in the trap of its former rampant acquisition strategy in a number of

heartland shocking computrace  future focus on its heartland of existing customers and industry verticals, while building out its technology to make System21 more future-proof and keeping abreast of the competitive offering, seems prudent. While Geac''s difficulties surely originate from the Y2K-based slump of the ERP market in 1999/2000 and current protracted economic slowdown, the catalyst was poorly executed acquisition of once prominent UK-based ERP vendor JBA International in 1999. The acquisition has unfortunately stopped short Read More...
Cart32 in Need of Duct Tape
With a gaping security hole, anyone using Cart32 can buy all kinds of stuff for free, or whatever price they feel like paying.

heartland shocking computrace  in Need of Duct Tape Cart32 in Need of Duct Tape L. Taylor - August 28, 2000 Event Summary With well over 300 websites using Cart32, it''s rather shocking that the big security hole that was reported by Bunny69 back in May still exists in Cart32. Bunny69 reported this hole on May 22 to the SecurityFocus Bugtraq security bugs list, and as of today, we have found Cart32 sites still using this blatantly insecure product. To change the price of a product being sold using Cart32, on the page that has the Read More...
Are Your Laptops Protected against Careless Employee Use?
The best encryption and security policies will not protect your laptops against careless employee use. Learn about the latest innovations in tracking IT assets

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RedPrairie - New Name For A Brave New Value Proposition Paradigm Part Three: Continued Market Impact
RedPrairie''s solution for the first time enables both private & third party logistic providers (3PLs) to meet the needs of multiple vertical industries within a

heartland shocking computrace  of its traditional WMS heartland to address the above-depicted broader SCE concerns (e.g., increasingly required customers'' order fulfillment management) has played well to its enduring strong performance. Spending increasingly on R&D in an effort to develop enhanced products is one of the key tenets that have led to its continued success. The vendor has so far focused most of its R&D on enhancing execution capabilities for specific industry requirements, on real-time collaboration of the extended supply Read More...

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