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The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses
This is an analysis of the equivalent moves of two superpowers to secure the lower-end of the market, also known as the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment. One is Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS), the other is UK-based the Sage Group.
: The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses P.J. Jakovljevic - August 25, 2005 Read Comments Market Impact This is an analysis of the equivalent moves of the two superpowers at the (perhaps even more promising) lower-end of the market, also known as the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment. One player is Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) , who underwent two major, well-publicized acquisitions in the early 2000s (see Microsoft Keeps on Rounding up Its Business
The Impact of Disk Fragmentation
Just about every IT professional has a fragmentation horror story about a system so severely degraded by fragmentation that it was unusable. But very few IT professionals can offer more than anecdotal evidence regarding the importance of defragmentation software. That’s why we decided to put fragmentation to the test, with the intent of answering the basic question: is fragmentation really a problem in your organization?
: The Impact of Disk Fragmentation The Impact of Disk Fragmentation Source: Diskeeper Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Just about every IT professional has a fragmentation horror story about a system so severely degraded by fragmentation that it was unusable. But very few IT professionals can offer more than anecdotal evidence regarding the importance of defragmentation software. That’s why we decided to put fragmentation to the test, with the intent of answering the basic question: is
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Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen
Before c-commerce bad estimates and unintended impacts were issues businesses managed. Cost and schedule overruns and disruptions to the business caused by IT projects were an internal affair. Not any more. Not when the business participates in a c-commerce alliance. EIS brings a new IT operating model, which will transform IT software development into a true engineering discipline.
: Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen William Walton - March 26, 2001 Read Comments EIS-enabled IT The demand for Enterprise Impact Simulation (EIS) is driven by collaborative commerce, enabled by IT. Businesses engaged in c-commerce run on Internet time. Change-readiness is the watchword. The predictive capabilities of EIS deliver change-readiness. Two specific predictions are particularly relevant to the demands of c-commerce. The first is the
Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa
Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) business models and information systems originated in the 1970s and 1980s, an inflationary period. They addressed business priorities that were strongly influenced by inflation. Many manufacturers are now confronting worldwide price stability, or even deflationary pressure, and can
: Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa Nelson M. Nones CPIM - June 29, 2000 Read Comments Nelson M. Nones CPIM is the Director of Global Marketing for CIM Vision International, Inc. ( www.cimvision.com ) Overview Inflation occurs when an abundance of money exists in relation to goods. This creates artificial demand as consumers accelerate their purchases to avoid future price increases. Suppliers, competing to meet this demand, confront
ACCPAC -- Being Much More Than Meets The EyePart Three: Market Impact
ACCPAC has lately been making big strides to extend its reach and turn into a full-fledged comprehensive e-business software provider for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). ACCPAC is likely the only vendor amongst its peers that is an ASP as well. Additionally, ACCPAC applications are geared for growth.
: Eye Part Three: Market Impact ACCPAC -- Being Much More Than Meets The Eye Part Three: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - February 6, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary Seemingly unfazed by (although certainly aware of) a tough economic environment and/or by its heavyweight competitors recent initiatives, ACCPAC International ( www.accpac.com ), an independent subsidiary of Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA) that has been offering accounting and a broader range of other enterprise business so
Analyzing MAPICS Further Steps After FrontstepPart Three: Market Impact
Much has changed, while much has remained the same at MAPICS during 2003. With the February finalization of the Frontstep acquisition, MAPICS has become quite a large enterprise applications provider, which positions the vendor near (if not at) the top among vendors that focus on the mid-size discrete manufacturing market.
: Frontstep Part Three: Market Impact Analyzing MAPICS Further Steps After Frontstep Part Three: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - October 13, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary For the last several months MAPICS has shown both the signs of significant changes and the persistence of a number of its historically recognizable invariant tenets of operation. Following the acquisition of its former competitor, Frontstep , (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ), MAPICS, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAPX) became
Syspro Hatches Encore IMPACT On SME Manufacturers. Part 2: Market Impact
While Syspro’s recent product release does not necessarily represent a major ground breaking, its broad and well-attuned offering for small enterprises should certainly give other incumbent players a run for their money.
: last year. The flagship IMPACT Encore system, has traditionally covered the full spread of modules, including accounting, order processing, inventory management, finite and infinite scheduling, shop floor control and payroll (the alliance with Best Software for ABRA system), with the indication of high levels of customer satisfaction. IMPACT s functionality is equitably solid in accounting, manufacturing and distribution areas, which is advantageous compared to competitive products that are either mainly
Epicor s Mid-Market Pitch Becomes Higher For (One) ScalaPart Three: Market Impact
Scala, with main direct office coverage in Europe and the Far East, and through its network of partners and dealers in most remote, esoteric, and still low-penetrated markets, perfectly fits the description of an ideal Epicor supplement.
: Scala Part Three: Market Impact Epicor s Mid-Market Pitch Becomes Higher For (One) Scala Part Three: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - December 15, 2004 Read Comments Market Impact Epicor Software Corporation (NASDAQ: EPIC) and Scala Business Solutions (formerly Euronext: A.SCALA), an Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based provider of collaborative enterprise software for mid-size enterprises and subsidiaries of global corporations, have completed a merger that began in late 2003. The merger creates the largest
Microsoft to Add Encore Functionality to MBS Great Plains 8.0Part Two: Market Impact
Microsoft's Encore acquisition should bring the two former partners' complementary product offerings even closer together and should widen opportunities within the public and nonprofit sectors under the Microsoft umbrella. The products' technologies are quite compatible and so their integration will not be terribly complex, if it is to be complex at all.
: 2004 Read Comments Market Impact On April 27, Microsoft Corporation s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ) division announced the acquisition of accounting products from a Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-based vendor Encore Business Solutions , Inc . that could be critical to the success of customers and partners in the public sector. The acquisition includes Encore s not-for-profit accounting products and the inter-company payables management and requisition management modules currently sold
IFS To Be At Customers (Web) ServicePart 2: Market Impact & User Recommendations
Look for IFS’ increased visibility within its market segments of focus, as shown by its continued growth. The company with its broadened product offering and anticipation of recent market trends, is now in the rear mirror of Tier 1 vendors.
: Service Part 2: Market Impact & User Recommendations IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service Part 2: Market Impact & User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - July 3, 2002 Read Comments IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service Part 2: Market Impact & User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - July 3, 2002 Web Services Web Services/service oriented architecture (SOA), which have lately been on almost every vendor s lips, do have a potential of becoming the latest evolution of application integration technology
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