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Cookie-cutter Solutions Won''t Cut It with the Mid-Market Part One: Historical Relationships
Small enterprises, like their bigger brethren, need some differentiation means in the market, and that will not be achieved by implementing a cut-and-dried

historical sites  Part One: Historical Relationships Historical Relationships The fact that the lower-end of the enterprise applications market (also referred to as SMB—small-to-medium businesses or SME—small-to-medium enterprises) is the next frontier and a promised land for all enterprise vendors—small (tier n), medium (tier 2), and large (tier 1) alike—has long not been news. During economic slowdowns, the larger corporations will likely curb their IT spending to a degree, whereas their smaller counterparts will Read More...
Oracle Warehouse Builder: Better Late than Never?
Close to a year behind schedule, Oracle released Warehouse Builder to the market. Oracle, in an interesting contradiction in terms, has stated that the product

historical sites  its ability to integrate historical data with the massive, daily influxes of online data from web sites. The product, already in production at nearly 20 beta sites worldwide, is available for purchase tomorrow. The Oracle Warehouse Builder framework eliminates the previous time-consuming and error-prone methods for deploying data warehouses, data marts, and e-business applications, even when integrating ERP data from multiple vendors such as Oracle and SAP. These previous methods included hand coding the Read More...
SAS Puts the “E” in “Data”
SAS Institute has applied its data mining technology to the Internet. The company released products that will help companies analyze and predict the behavior of

historical sites  to mine current and historical web data then the combination of WebHound and E-Discovery may be worth a look. Note that there are significant feature differences between products that are intended to mine data from web logs, starting with source data. SAS and WebTrends take data from web logs, whereas products from Accrue and NetGenesis can capture data at a deeper network level. Some sites, more typically the technically savvy dot-coms will appreciate the advantages of this, such as showing when people c Read More...
Yet another Case for Industry-Specific Solutions
Technology is changing at a breakneck pace, and is there anyone out there who will debate me on that issue? The undeniable evidence that I am getting old is

historical sites  , that data is historical (after the fact) and is missing critical details such as a particular lot’s current  shelf life . Since the data are not operationally oriented, this version of the truth cannot be used to make informed day-to-day decisions, let alone the decision within a shift. Instead, folks are basically making decisions while “driving looking through the rear view mirror”, and continually hitting potholes in the road or missing key turns (or even worse). They are certainly missing op Read More...
“Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series set the historical background for the supply chain management (SCM) evolution and presented the advantages and shortcomings of

historical sites  on personal preferences and historical data. They let the science of retail count as much as the art. In other words, they do not let merchants “fall in love” with products or base their decisions on a hunch (i.e., what they thought looked great and what they needed to fill the slots in their catalog). With more consumer input to use in product buying decisions, “vertically acting” retailers can begin to see easy-to-overlook nuances of different consumer segments. This is critical because most c Read More...
SaaSy Discussions (Part I)
Much has been said and written lately, on TEC''s web site as well as on many other peer sites, about the on-demand deployment model, especially about multi

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When Passwords Aren''t Enough: The Need for Strong Online Authentication That Is Easy to Use
For public-facing Web sites or those with a large consumer audience, finding a way to implement strong security that is easy to use is a great challenge. This

historical sites  Passwords Aren''t Enough: The Need for Strong Online Authentication That Is Easy to Use For public-facing Web sites or those with a large consumer audience, finding a way to implement strong security that is easy to use is a great challenge. This paper examines the security threats associated with weak authentication practices on the Web, why businesses need to strengthen online authentication, and new approaches for delivering one-time passwords and two-factor authentication. Increase your Web site Read More...
10 Ways in Which Knowing Your Clients Will Increase Your Sales
What are the common reasons for the failure of the majority of Web sites? Web development companies should focus more on the strategy behind the Web site, and

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Case Study: Smeal Fire Apparatus Manufacturer Increases Revenues with ERP
Nebraska, US-based Smeal grew to over 315 employees at two sites manufacturing 15 kinds of pumps, 12 types of aerial ladders, and four kinds of aerial platforms

historical sites  Study: Smeal Fire Apparatus Manufacturer Increases Revenues with ERP Nebraska, US-based Smeal grew to over 315 employees at two sites manufacturing 15 kinds of pumps, 12 types of aerial ladders, and four kinds of aerial platforms—all with over 4,400 custom options each. To increase efficiency and improve inventory tracking, the company installed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that integrated its old manual paper-based systems. Learn more about how the company benefited. Read More...
Kentico EMS: Web Content Management (WCM) Competitor Analysis Report
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet),

historical sites  EMS: Web Content Management (WCM) Competitor Analysis Report Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet), or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user or document level security. Read More...
Hybrid ERP Cloud Tales
The vast majority of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system instances are still deployed on premises for obvious historical reasons; however, a growing

historical sites  on premises for obvious historical reasons; however, a growing number of customers are becoming interested and demanding cloud deployments, for only brand new modules (“edge” functionality) or even the total system’s migration to the cloud. So, what are enterprise systems vendors supposed to do? SAP , for example, is now offering customers and partners a model to extend current on-premise solutions to cloud applications, including offerings from SAP companies Ariba and SuccessFactors as well as Read More...
Ingeniux CMS
Ingeniux CMS is an enterprise Web content management platform. It is used for building Web sites, personalizing user experiences, delivering online marketing

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The Starter PKI Program: How to Get the Time-saving Convenience of a Multiple Digital Certificate Account
Some companies need to secure multiple domains or host names for their Web sites. The Starter PKI program from thawte provides a system that enables the

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Case Study: JD Williams
As one of the fastest-growing home shopping retailers in the UK, JD Williams sells products through its 45 Web sites and more than 700 annual catalogs. To

historical sites  Study: JD Williams As one of the fastest-growing home shopping retailers in the UK, JD Williams sells products through its 45 Web sites and more than 700 annual catalogs. To better face the challenges of its Internet sales—and to take advantage of opportunities—JD Williams began an end-to-end supply chain initiative, with a merchandise life cycle management solution suite. Learn how it helped the company increase sales in key departments. Read More...
Taking the “Geek” out of Your Web Site Management Strategy
The evolution of interfaces to web content has changed the way companies manage their web sites. On one hand, it''s easier than ever to manage digital content

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