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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

i part 3  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 boss wants me to call SAP now so we can get this ERP system. He’s got it in his head that SAP is the Rolls-Royce of ERP, and that’s why he wants it. And because my paycheck is the only one currently feeding the people who are fond of me, I should probably do what Theodore tells me to do. But committing our company to a six- to Read More...
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UNIT4: The (Largely) Untold Story - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog post series started with my invitation by UNIT4 (formerly Unit 4 Agresso), the second largest business applications provider in continental

i part 3  black tie attire!) , I was seated beside a gentleman that works for a global tourist agency who has been using CODA for nearly 30 years; in fact, CODA was the very first and still current  accounting  system of record for his company’s central  back office . In addition to retailers (as discussed in Part 2 ), private service companies with a global reach such as car rental agencies, car dealerships, tourist bureaus, etc. are CODA’s sweet spot. Why? International service companies like AVIS Read More...
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 3
Part 2 of this blog topic continued to analyze IBM’s rationale behind acquiring ILOG to bolster its service oriented architecture (SOA) and business process

i part 3  own IO capabilities, but I doubt these are as powerful as those of Optiant, SmartOps, LogicTools or ToolsGroup . Also, LogicTools products could be embedded within the expanding Manhattan SCOPE (Supply Chain Optimization Planning through Execution) suite on top of its Supply Chain Process Platform (SCPP) . Certainly, JDA Software  already has (or will soon have) some IO capabilities via acquiring  Manugistics and i2 Technologies , while Oracle has combined the capabilities of Demantra ’s demand Read More...
Global Trade Hits Home at MegaResistCap-Part I: You’ve Got Mail
Jim, information technology (IT) director of MegaResistCap Inc., was finally getting back to a reasonable schedule 3 months after the “go-live” date of the

i part 3  Sunday. This concludes Part I of our series. Stay tuned for Part II, where we’ll see how Jim responds to MegaResistCap’s growing business needs. 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

i part 3  I am and what I do at the company). Rapid deployment (measured in weeks -- versus months or years -- and cost-effective) and robust integration (with existing applications & data, support for industry-standard application and data interfaces, and portal-based infrastructure) are other tenets of adaptive CRM. Also critical for adaptive CRM are the inherent business intelligence (BI) capabilities to understand customer and market dynamics, and business process management (BPM) in a multi-tier way (via Read More...
Lean Manufacturing: Part 1
With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it's hard to know which resources are credible@much less

i part 3  Manufacturing: Part 1 With all the discussion, books, Web sites, and other materials on the topic of lean manufacturing, it's hard to know which resources are credible—much less understand the mounds of information. The first part of this series breaks down the definition of lean manufacturing into easy-to-digest concepts and shares the real-life example of a supplier of remanufactured solvents that is working toward the goal of lean. Get tips on how to determine what you need in your production Read More...
Outsourcing 101 - A Primer Part Two: Outsourcing Categories
Outsourcing is a very diverse market, and there are many different outsourcing options and outsourcing service providers to choose from. This part examines the

i part 3  (BPO), and Manufacturing This is Part Two of a three-part note. Part One discussed the history of outsourcing, described outsourcing pros and cons, and introduced offshoring concepts. This part defines and describes common types of outsourcing. Part Three will recap outsourcing approaches and categories, describe recommendations for firms looking to outsource and describe recommendations for outsourcing providers. Application Software Outsourcing During the past 30 years, software has automated and simpli Read More...
Exploring Epicor Productivity Pyramid - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Epicor Software Corporation’s set of tools called the Epicor Productivity Pyramid. The Pyramid enables one of Epicor’s

i part 3  are an existing user, I would appreciate you sharing your experiences with any Epicor solution mentioned above or the company in general. 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

i 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...
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

i part 3  part of this blog, I mentioned that sentiment analysis measures the polarity of opinion—positive, negative, or neutral—regarding a subject, a product, a service, etc. Two main approaches can be used to perform sentiment analysis or text mining : a knowledge-based approach, which uses linguistic models to classify sentiments; and a learning-based approach, which uses machine learning techniques to classify text. The concept of sentiment analysis opens a great number of possibilities and opportunities Read More...
Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part IV)
Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [evaluate this product] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [evaluate this product

i part 3  in relevant trade magazines. I believe that this is the right marketing approach (on a micro-level) for this conservative market segment, and is likely to continue improving awareness of the Deltek offering in the foreseeable future. Improving awareness will facilitate migration onto the Deltek platforms from legacy manual or point project management systems, given the benefits of Deltek products and services and the inability for service firms to manage growth using manual and legacy point systems. Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIa)
The first part of this blog series described the opportunity for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand enterprise applications, especially in the current

i part 3  user creates in month, I am pretty much sure that in most environments these figures would not amount to 70 bucks, at least not in this economy. Thus, even some decent SaaS vendors will then say “Fine, since you insist on a SaaS contract, this is our price per user per month, please tell us for how many users and for how many years would you like the contract signed?” Assumption number four is that SaaS does not integrate well with on-premises software  applications or data sources. This too is Read More...
Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

i part 3  in real time. This is Part 1 of a two-part note.   Part 2 will discuss a solution. Fault and Performance Management Emerge in the 90s Combining the two technologies into one platform provides the best way to continuously run IT at peak performance. It lets IT managers view their infrastructures as a set of business operations, such as call centers or e-commerce, rather than a set of hardware devices. Instead of focusing on whether a Web server is running, IT managers can now make sure that customers can Read More...

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