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TEC Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OFBiz
In conversation with the Open For Business (OFBiz) project leader, David Jones, TEC discovers some of the challenges in raising an open source enterprise

open business model  Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OFBiz Introduction Consider that Free and open source software models, as opposed to the traditional proprietary models, may afford end user organizations a direct line to getting the software that is most well-adapted to their specific needs and at a lower cost. If that tends to be the case, one should ask how it is that the groups providing Free and open source enterprise software model their businesses to Read More
Transenterprises - The Emerging Business Model of the Twenty First Century
During the last two decades, many of the old vertically integrated enterprise/empires have splintered into numerous core-competency-focused firms, loosely bound

open business model  to compete on the open market. This gets rid of bureaucratic fat and leads to a focus on core competencies, outsourcing things that someone else does better, and turning your internal excellence into business expansion 2 . Transenterprises combine the best of vertically integrated firms (tight integration) and virtually extended enterprises (market competitiveness). Another important point is that transenterprises will not be old-boy networks like keiretsu. Participation is entirely based on performance Read More
Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution
As organizations face a pressing need to rationalize the cost of enterprise software, open source business intelligence (BI) is fast becoming a viable

open business model  As a direct consequence, open source business intelligence (BI) is emerging as an important choice for new as well as existing BI implementations. Even though most analyst research indicates that its evolution may have been understated thus far, open source BI is growing rapidly. Open source BI solutions have already been proved to complement and integrate well with traditional BI environments. In their own right, open source BI vendors offer competitive technologies and present the irrefutable advantage Read More
Business Process Management in Free and Open Source: An Overview of the Demand and the Supply
Free and open source software (FOSS) has become a hot topic in the business process management (BPM) market. This article discusses the relevance between BPM

open business model  interest in free and open source software (FOSS) did not fade but I changed my focus to another category of enterprise software— business process management (BPM). This time, I was able to find more than one BPM solution that’s offered without license fees and had an impression that in the BPM area, FOSS- as-a-software-licensing-model has established noticeable ground.  A market is comprised of two major sides—one side has the demands and the other side has the capabilities to satisfy these Read More
Business Process Management Notations within Business Process Management
Business process management notation (BPMN) is an initiative to increase standardization within process modeling. What are the principles of BPMN, and what is

open business model  dashed line with an open arrowhead. association flows, used to associate different artifacts with flow objects. The association is represented by a dotted line with an outlined arrowhead. Swimlanes Business analysts prefer to see who does what within a business process, to demonstrate the different capabilities and responsibilities. To identify this in an orderly way, BPMN uses so-called swimlanes. Swimlanes categorize the different responsibilities by visual class. To differentiate businesses and Read More
Exact Business Analytics: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

open business model  Business Analytics: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to analytics, Read More
Logi 9 Business Intelligence Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report
This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and

open business model  9 Business Intelligence Platform: Business Intelligence (BI) Competitor Analysis Report This business intelligence (BI) knowledge base covers a full range of BI functionality. BI applications enable real time, interactive access, analysis, and manipulation of mission-critical corporate information. BI users are able to access and leverage vast amounts of information to analyze relationships and understand trends that support business decisions. This knowledge base covers everything from data mining to Read More
Explore Your Business at the Speed of Thought
For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to

open business model  Your Business at the Speed of Thought For effective decision making, information workers need quick answers to off-the-cuff questions, better understanding of the business, and fast access to relevant information. But IT departments can’t react quickly enough to meet the dynamic needs of the organization while keeping costs within budget. Learn about business intelligence (BI) solutions that can help you extend the reach of BI to all information workers. Read More
The 2011 Focus Experts'' Guide to Business Intelligence
Not all business intelligence (BI) solutions fit every situation, and many BI solutions can be quite pricy. As an organization grows and its experience with BI

open business model  2011 Focus Experts'' Guide to Business Intelligence Not all business intelligence (BI) solutions fit every situation, and many BI solutions can be quite pricy. As an organization grows and its experience with BI increases, new types of analysis from a broader range of sources become worth the additional spend. This guide will help you determine what stage of BI “maturity” you are in, and then what features you need and what vendor choices you have at that stage. Read More
Business Community Management: Powering On-demand, Profitable Business Communities
Nowadays, it’s easy to spend nearly as much time trying to make the pieces of your supply chain work together as you actually spend working. Managing disparate

open business model  Community Management: Powering On-demand, Profitable Business Communities Nowadays, it’s easy to spend nearly as much time trying to make the pieces of your supply chain work together as you actually spend working. Managing disparate systems and solving communication issues create challenges that keep your business-to-business (B2B) solutions from working in sync. Find out how integrating the technology, business processes, and communication of your entire business community can help. Read More
Creating Business Value through Location-based Intelligence
Despite growth in online and virtual commerce, a business transaction or event happens at some location. The growing volume of data can yield interesting and

open business model  Business Value through Location-based Intelligence Despite growth in online and virtual commerce, a business transaction or event happens at some location. The growing volume of data can yield interesting and surprising insight in relation to the location of events, transactions, and behaviors, enabling informed business decisions for increased operational efficiencies, revenue growth, etc. Know the value of location within both operational and analytical applications. Read More
Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies
There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize

open business model  the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to adopt and use than the ones designed for giant enterprises. Learn the truth behind the top three myths about BI. Read More
How IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence Meets the Needs of Business Managers
The fast pace of business is making business managers’ lives more challenging than ever. Their teams are more dynamic and far flung, their executives are

open business model  IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence Meets the Needs of Business Managers The fast pace of business is making business managers’ lives more challenging than ever. Their teams are more dynamic and far flung, their executives are demanding a more precise view into the workings of the organization, and their stakeholders want answers now. Learn how business intelligence (BI) solutions can help business managers track performance against metrics, and make higher quality, more timely decisions. Read More
SaaS Realities: Business Benefits for Small and Midsize Business
Software as a service (SaaS) is known for its relative speed to deployment and low up-front cost. Less well known are the business advantages of SaaS for

open business model  Realities: Business Benefits for Small and Midsize Business Software as a service (SaaS) is known for its relative speed to deployment and low up-front cost. Less well known are the business advantages of SaaS for enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, especially for small and midsized businesses. Learn how a fully integrated SaaS solution can help you improve your business operations, as well as better meet the challenges of growth, competition, and regulatory compliance. Read More
Guide for Serious Business Phone System Buyers: What You Need to Know Before You Buy Your New Business Phone System
You’re on a budget and need the right kind of phone for your business. But before diving into the sometimes overwhelming market, there are a couple of things

open business model  for Serious Business Phone System Buyers: What You Need to Know Before You Buy Your New Business Phone System You’re on a budget and need the right kind of phone for your business. But before diving into the sometimes overwhelming market, there are a couple of things you might want to know first. This guide offers unbiased information to equip the small business owner with the tools to make the right business phone decision for your business. Download now. Read More

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