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State of the MES Software Marketplace
Despite predictions that it would be subsumed by enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors encroaching from above and automation vendors encroaching from below

mes vendors  through close partnerships with MES vendors supported by collaborative efforts in developing ISA-95, a schema for engineering vertical integration. Increasingly, they’ve made major investments in acquiring MES vendors, most significantly Rockwell Automation acquiring Datasweep and integrating it into its FactoryTalk suite, and Siemens acquiring Orsi to deliver SIMATIC IT. Though growth hasn’t exploded as expected with validation as a billion-dollar market, it has continued to provide good current and Read More

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What's Wrong With Enterprise Applications, And What Are Vendors Doing About It? Part Three: A New Approach and User Recommendations
Despite the user preference for a single, 'one-stop shop' vendor, componentized software products, interoperability standards and Internet technology will lead

mes vendors  supported? Do they provide message-based flexible interface or a rigid code-based integration? Do they provide basic batch-run interfaces or more advanced real-time, interactive two-way connections between applications? The standards-based development model should ensure a tremendous amount of flexibility down the road. Enterprises that see themselves as technology leaders should consider new approaches to gain longer-term benefits from the decision. Further, although the widespread acceptance of Web Read More
What Are Manufacturing Execution Systems?
A manufacturing execution system (MES) can be defined as a collection of business processes providing event-by-event, real-time execution of planned production

mes vendors  than their ERP counterparts, MES vendors should offer templates containing requirements of the prospect’s industry, so that no one has to start from scratch to determine what type of functionality falls within the vendor’s definition of MES. This should keep cost and risks down. Also, for enterprises that will likely grow and expand into mixed manufacturing environments, scalability remains an important issue, because it will help “future-proof” their MES investment. Such enterprises should Read More
Marcam Solutions: Shifting its Focus to MES
The envisioned integration with Wonderware's FactorySuite 2000 will allow Protean users to solve shop floor problems with all production data collected and made

mes vendors  Shifting its Focus to MES Vendor Genesis Marcam Solutions, headquartered in Newton, MA, is a global provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and enterprise asset management (EAM) software exclusively for process manufacturing enterprises and large corporate divisions. Marcam Solutions was created after the 1997 breakup of Marcam Corporation, a company founded in 1980 that was struggling to manage the business of two product lines that targeted the two completely different markets of discrete and Read More
Preactor: Predict and React on the Shop Floor
Many best-of-breed advanced planning and scheduling (APS) vendors have come and gone since the late 90s, when APS was hyped as a tool that would be a key

mes vendors  with local ERP and MES providers and consulting companies. Several sectors are showing strong growth despite the world economic slowdown, such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, plastics and rubber, packaging, complex machinery, as well as the automotive and aerospace industries. Preactor’s most successful sector, metals, has recently passed its 350th implementation.   Q&A with Preactor Founder Mike Novels What follows is our candid question and answer (Q&A) session with Preactor’s founder and Read More
Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard Part 4: Other Vendors, CRM, SCP & User Recommendations
Application vendors find themselves in a precarious situation where, concurrently with dismal revenue inflow, there is a need for bigger investment in the

mes vendors  today's depressed market, the message of quick ROI and its direct impact on customer satisfaction resonates loudly enough to nonetheless keep customers buying. User Recommendations It is indisputably difficult to select a service provider in markets that are fragmented, immature and rapidly consolidating. The niche specialists should not be downplayed, although it is increasingly sensible to scrutinize their financial viability, particularly in terms of balance sheet, management profiles and customer Read More
Major Vendors Adapting to User Requirements
SAP and Microsoft have finally realized that their products will increasingly be evaluated by how well they interconnect, how flexible they are, and how

mes vendors  four Snap-Ins announced include: Timesheet Management Snap-In , developed for Microsoft Dynamics AX 3.0, to allow users to use Microsoft Outlook to view or submit time entries for recurring tasks. This solution links Microsoft Dynamics AX time entries to Outlook appointments and meetings, automatically filling in the data and helping track changes made to linked appointments or meetings. This should help save the time and trouble of correlating those tasks, and reduce errors as a result of users having to Read More
What Can Pure CPQ Vendors Do Now?
For a few years now, pundits have opined that the quote-to-order (Q2O)/configure, price, quote (CPQ) realm is not sustainable as a standalone enterprise

mes vendors  data sets for specific outcomes. Since the CPQ base is product related, I suggested product and sales data management as the natural bridge for CPQ providers who could leverage the vendor’s big data management capabilities. The client vendor did not move forward with those recommendations (including a related renaming suggestion) and stayed with a CPQ-centric strategy, though today’s market drivers and the clear reordering of priorities to what some call the SMAC stack (social, mobile, analytics, clou Read More
Selecting ERP for Oil and Gas Industry Contractors and Vendors
Suppliers to the oil and gas industry are under more pressure than ever before to increase quality, collaborate closely with the customer, and take on more

mes vendors  They can operate more, oftentimes, like systems integrators than companies that own all of their own technology. That means their needs in the area of product data management are much more complex, since they need to maintain specifications and information not only for what they fabricate but for the technology and components they purchase from others. They also need technology that facilitates innovation so that, working with their extended supply chain and subcontractors, they can develop new products Read More
ERP Vendors, Are You Green Enough?
Disclaimer: The idea behind this post is strictly based on an assumption that has no scientific proof—and an approach that is very simplified. Thus, the results

mes vendors  Vendors, Are You Green Enough? Disclaimer: The idea behind this post is strictly based on an assumption that has no scientific proof—and an approach that is very simplified. Thus, the results and conclusions should not be used for any serious purpose. Recently, as a member of the TEC Green Team, I went through over 20 enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors to examine elements within their offerings that help companies tackle environmental issues. During the research process, I got the impression Read More
Seeking Vendors, the Early Part of Selection
How do you figure out, from within a large range of software vendors, which vendors to start evaluating? I'm curious to see some feedback on what most people

mes vendors  Vendors, the Early Part of Selection How do you figure out, from within a large range of software vendors, which vendors to start evaluating? I'm curious to see some feedback on what most people use to start researching and narrowing down their list of software vendors before going into an RFI process. A few years ago we were thinking about this issue and came up with the idea of a preselection questionnaire that could narrow down the list of vendors you'd want to look at. It has evolved and works Read More
Selecting PLM Software Solutions Vendors Part 3 - A Timesaving Solution
In PLM, there is no single vendor that can meet all of the requirements, and the market is still immature, so almost every product can be the right solution

mes vendors  Part 3 - A Timesaving Solution Executive Summary Past experience shows us that the vast majority of enterprise technology evaluations run over time and budget, and once selected, the majority of the implementations fail to meet functional, return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) expectations. Many companies have consequently been stuck with under-performing software products and dejected users, and are still unable to gauge their system to determine how far they are from the ideal sol Read More
Pure-Play CRM Vendors: Choose an Integrated or Best-of-Breed Solution?
When selecting a CRM vendor should you go with a one-source solution, reducing the need for integration with other corporate data sources, or go with a best-of

mes vendors  to do all that messy integration for you, but you've been promised Time To Market, a smaller IT investment, happier users because of smoothly-flowing interfaces and access to information, and, ultimately, happy customers, who have multi-channel access to help and information, 24 hours a day. Beautiful . The Best-of-Breed Players  Oh, no, say the Best-of-Breeders such as some still-independent Business Intelligence companies like Business Objects and Cognos , and e-Business and webification products such Read More
Inprise/Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code
In a move which will challenge other database vendors to open-source their SQL databases, Inprise/Borland Corporation has announced it is releasing the source

mes vendors  Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code Event Summary SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - January 3, 2000 - Inprise Corporation (Nasdaq: INPR) today announced that it plans to jump to the forefront of the Linux database market by open-sourcing InterBase 6, the new version of its cross-platform SQL database. Inprise plans to release InterBase in open-source form for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows NT, and Solaris, make the database available at no charge, and spin the Read More

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