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Integrated EAM for Hotels: An Overview
According to a recent NYT article, the hotel industry saw record revenue last year reaching $138 billion, growing $28 billion from the previous year. In

hotels and restaurants  previous year. In response, hotels increased rates and major chains like Hyatt and Marriott began planning new hotels. While the recent subprime crisis, low US dollar, and high gas prices have caused these chains to scale back new developments, they have not trimmed them down by much. Over 6,000 new hotels have been built, with a third of those still under construction. While hotels have been seeing record profits (until recently), those profits have been hard earned. Guests, especially those in the Read More...
BI on the Go . . . So, Who’s Using Mobile BI?
In this first of two posts, TEC senior BI and data management analyst Jorge García presents some of the main findings of the TEC 2014 mobile survey on the usage

hotels and restaurants  was surprised to find hotels and restaurants in the top 10 industries using mobile BI offerings, not because there is no use case for mobile BI in that industry, but because there are other industries which according to previous research appear to be more amenable to the adoption of mobile BI solutions. Examples include utilities and service industries. Read More...
Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like ''Aurora'' Part 3: Challenges and User Recommendations
One is only to hope that the Geac’s renewed interest in alliances and acquisition will be to the point of effectively enhancing prosperous product lines as

hotels and restaurants  penetration of competitors like hotels & restaurants, real estate and construction, it is indisputably, a completely different ball game in the global enterprise applications market in the mainstream industries. Modern enterprise applications must be able to support dynamic business requirements, and every vendor is compelled to add much more value to its products and services portfolio to attract and retain customers, rather than mainly investing in the existing bundle of disparate core products and Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of July 30, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSVentura Manufacturing selects IQMSIndustry tags: Manufacturing, Assembly

hotels and restaurants  ERP X3 Industry tags: Hotels and restaurants Nando''s currently operates hundreds of restaurants across South Africa along with 30 others internationally, and has decided to implement Sage ERP X3 as its core global solution. The primary need for the new system was to integrate financial information across all divisions and provide central financial reporting functionality. The company also manages complex distribution and logistics, as well as projects for building new restaurant facilities projects; all Read More...
PurchasePro Acquires Stratton Warren
The $34 million digital marketplace provider is hoping to cash in on Stratton Warren''s large customer base and domain expertise.

hotels and restaurants  online marketplace for large hotels, casinos, and restaurants and these companies make up a significant portion of Stratton''s customer base. Together, PurchasePro and Stratton Warren gain more ground against competitors, in particular GoCo-op.com (see TEC article, Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? ). Both rivals offer digital marketplace platforms including software, services and catalogs for hospitality related verticals. In contrast to Stratton, GoCo-op''s Read More...
Food and Beverage
Food and beverage manufacturers and distributors have many challenges on their plate, and even industry giants cannot afford to sit back. Given this backdrop

hotels and restaurants  and Beverage Delights Related Book Background We all have to eat and drink—food and beverages not only sustain us, but also delight us, and we devote much of our time to their selection, preparation, and consumption. The food we eat comes from an industry that, in the US, is a $700 billion (USD) industry, or one sixth of the total industry output. In the European Union (EU), food and beverage expenditures average about 13 percent of household consumption. A major portion of the global economy Read More...
Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One
We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the

hotels and restaurants  and digital services to hotels and play lands! That might more honestly be called Comcast''s move to conglomerate. And here you do have to question the expertise in managing such a business. Dell, on the other hand, leveraging their customer connectivity and expertise in tech and supply chain management, has adjacency pilots, moving up the category position to look more like an HP or IBM—a full data center or office full of products company. The good news for Dell is that they invest with other people''s Read More...
Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues
Food and beverage manufacturers and distributors supplying major supermarket retailers share many common business challenges. The customers—powerful and

hotels and restaurants  and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues Industry Trends and Issues The food and beverage industry is not without significant pressures. Margins are slim, the demand for products unpredictable, and the demand for customers service significant. These challenges become life-or-death business issues when compounded with rapid turnaround time; extremely short shelf life; a constant influx of new, improved, and differently flavored prepared and packaged products; climate- and weather-related threats; and Read More...
Geac Lives By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition?
After a slew of acquisitions in the past, which have had varied outcomes, Geac seems to be grooming itself to become an attractive acquisition target. This is

hotels and restaurants  penetration of competitors like hotels and publishing. It is however, a completely different ball game in the global enterprise applications market in the mainstream industries. Contemporary enterprise applications must be able to support dynamic business requirements, which are nowadays directly related to customers'' e-business strategies. Therefore, every vendor is compelled to add much more value to its products and services portfolio to attract and retain customers, rather than mainly investing in Read More...
Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom?
A company virtually unknown outside of the hospitality sector hits the ground running with a product, a marketplace, and a business model that might make some

hotels and restaurants  Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom? D. Geller - May 25, 2000 Event Summary GoCo-op began by providing purchasing services for the hotel and restaurant industries. Working for most of the major hotel chains and dealing with tens of thousands of individual suppliers they realized quite early that the Internet was likely to be a major change driver and that they themselves could use Internet Read More...
Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part I)
Besides the ongoing (seemingly never-ending) presidential campaign and celebrity scandals/gossip, food safety is very much in the news. Indeed, incidents of

hotels and restaurants  Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part I) Besides the ongoing (seemingly never-ending) presidential campaign and celebrity scandals/gossip, food safety is very much in the news. Indeed, incidents of outbreaks, contamination, product recalls and whatnot flood TV channels as breaking news every now and then. Consumers, governments and the various members of the food supply chain are rightly concerned about food safety, and there has been increasing pressure for food and Read More...
Navigating Between Service Management Scylla & Charybdis - Part 1
It is no longer breaking news to say that the US and the European Union (EU) are turning from product-based to service economies. The trend of the increasing

hotels and restaurants  the non-manufacturing realm, premium chain hotels are attempting to discern their clientele preferences and accommodate their (sometimes quirky) preferences as they stay throughout the world. This attention to detail enhances  brand  and increases repeat business while fostering quite profitable room rates. Staying close to the customer and personalizing service helps create barriers between the service providing company and its competitors, increasing the probability of repeat purchases. In other Read More...
Confronting the Immediacy of Now: How Manufacturers Are Using Next-gen ERP to Meet the Need for Speed
First to market. Fastest to respond to customer demand. Fastest to innovate. Just consider how business is consumed with the demand for speed. We even create

hotels and restaurants  the Immediacy of Now: How Manufacturers Are Using Next-gen ERP to Meet the Need for Speed First to market. Fastest to respond to customer demand. Fastest to innovate. Just consider how business is consumed with the demand for speed. We even create new terms and acronyms—such as fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs) or quick-service restaurants (QSRs)—to reflect this dynamic. So how do you ensure your own enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is enabling you to meet the need for speed? Read More...
Margin Squeeze and Globalization in the Food and Beverage Industry
In the food and beverage industry, the channel master makes final volume decisions and mostly controls the unit price, with the manufacturer having limited

hotels and restaurants  public food outlets—such as hotels, hospitals, and school canteens—also have the buying power to negotiate national and regional contracts with special ordering, billing, and fulfillment needs. Quotation, price, and cost management are common requirements, as are personalized menu management and menu guides based on order structures. This means that suppliers can, for example, deliver on Monday everything required to prepare Tuesday''s menu, or all the menus for the week. Margin Squeeze What can a Read More...
MICROS Systems Bought by Oracle for $5.3 Billion
Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc. for $5.3 billion USD (or $4.6 billion net of MICROS’ cash). MICROS

hotels and restaurants  and retail industries. For hotels, the following depicts how the two providers’ solutions complement each other. The acquisition makes sense on a number of levels to both companies. Oracle benefits by obtaining deep vertical experience in the hospitality industries from MICROS. MICROS will benefit by being able to leverage all Oracle’s extensive hardware, platform, and software products. Peter Altabef, President and CEO of MICROS, states that “in combination with Oracle, we expect to help Read More...

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