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Scala and Microsoft Become (Not So) Strange CRM BedfellowsPart Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
Whether this is a temporary stint, a true long-term alliance, or just a prelude to nuptials down the track, Microsoft should turn out as a beneficiary in every way.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: intricate discrete or batch process manufacturing, CRM, and B2B e-commerce collaboration requirements. Technologically, the product may be the most suitable as a solution for global mid-size enterprises, dispersed worldwide (especially within non English speaking regions), with strong requirements on distributed infrastructure, security, and with private trade exchange (PTX) or collaborative role-based portal solutions strategy and delivery. The industries that would most likely benefit from using its
8/30/2003

HighJump Grows in a Period of Low Growth Through Adaptable, Broad Function Products
With approximately 180 employees, HighJump Software is in growth mode with total revenue up 40% in fiscal 2002 and with current year over year revenue growth of 33%. More impressively, license revenue was up 60% last year and running at growth rate of 60% year to date. How does the relatively small SCE vendor accomplish it? Adaptability and broad functional footprint would be the keys to the answer.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: collect, view, edit, and process shop-floor/warehouse data for existing mainframe-based applications. Although data-collection systems remained an important offering, since 1997, under the leadership of CEO Chris Heim, DCSI began to more aggressively diversify and evolve into a full-fledged SCE vendor. DCSI complemented its first SCE product, a radio frequency (RF)-based warehouse management system (WMS) named Warehouse Advantage , with applications that facilitate many aspects of Internet-based order
4/14/2003

Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An Iron Side Part Two: Market Impact On Baan
Baan is now in a much better company, one that is solely dedicated to the enterprise applications business. In addition to Baan being in a better shape and hardly resembling its 1999/2000 incarnation - this time the vendor was rather a victim of its now ex parent's 'sins' than of self-inflicted wounds, which was the case prior to its Invensys stint.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: where in the manufacturing process the forecast vs. an individual order run the production demand. For complex project-based industries, Baan has created specific functional modules, such as the big (i.e., complex or capital) project module, which has never been a strength nor the target market of SSA GT. ETO-oriented manufacturers have been fond Baan s complex project and A&D vertically oriented functionality strong from a project definition, estimation and management (e.g., project-based resource
7/12/2003

Commerce One Conducts Its Soul-Searching Metamorphosis
While Commerce One may still face serious ramifications after the breakup with SAP, its recently released Conductor composite application platform may be yet another gamble for another lease of life.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: point solutions like business process management (BPM), enterprise applications integration (EAI), portals, identity management and various design tools. Through a graphical user interface (GUI), business analysts can compose end-to-end business processes and add new application features and functions that complement customers existing systems. Thus, these composite applications should supposedly transcend the limitations of traditional enterprise applications by enabling companies to gain new value
4/24/2003

IBM Express-es Its Candid Desire For SMEsPart Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
IBM still suffers from the image problem of being associated with products and services for very large organizations, and it will need to muster a major marketing effort to convince buyers that it can deliver appropriate and cost-effective systems for small businesses.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: consider reviewing your current processes and systems as to find any still undetected malfunctioning practice in, e.g., accounting and/or financial reporting. Organizations seeking a Web-based solution and out-of-box functionality with some customization may benefit from evaluating the IBM hosted offering. Despite bad perceptions of largely ill-fated first generation of hosted providers, and owing to positive news some vendors like Oracle have lately gained from outsourcing, mid-market enterprises might b
8/6/2003

Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will now attempt to compete on its own in the growing Network-Attached Storage market.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group R. Krause - November 8, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - November 8, 2000 Event Summary Milpitas, Calif., October 24, 2000 [Source: Quantum] - Quantum Corporation s DLT and Storage Systems Group (DSS) announced plans to form two distinct companies from its current DSS businesses by making its server appliances subsidiary an independent, publicly-traded company called Snap Appliances, Inc. In a separate news release, Snap Appliances announced
11/8/2000

Publisher-controlled Ad Networks
Until now, the digital marketing value chain between publishers and advertisers has been fragmented, with publishers having no control over or access to their user data. This has made it difficult for them to implement effective digital ad strategies. Now, with a new suite of previously unconnected technologies, they can collect and connect their data, and rediscover profitable business models. Download this white paper to learn more.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: Publisher-controlled Ad Networks Publisher-controlled Ad Networks Source: cXense Document Type: White Paper Description: Until now, the digital marketing value chain between publishers and advertisers has been fragmented, with publishers having no control over or access to their user data. This has made it difficult for them to implement effective digital ad strategies. Now, with a new suite of previously unconnected technologies, they can collect and connect their data, and rediscover profitable business
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Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and SensePart Two: The Impact on Real Costs
High-level strategic decisions often have multiple, cascading cost impacts. The reaction of the costs to changes in the supply chain system is not predictable in a simple relationship that is based on current standard costs, because strategic changes often involve step changes in costs that alter the balance of fixed and variable costs.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: speed of the production process, and may even impact the labor and energy costs for the plant. Unfortunately, what appears to be a simple decision requires a true understanding of the real cost drivers to be incorporated in the decision criteria. By providing the ability to incorporate the true activity-cost drivers, the analysis ensures that the cost impact predicted from the operational changes is reliable and real. This is Part Two of a two-part article. Part One proposed an approach to incorporating
7/22/2003

Comparing On Demand Customer Relationship Management Service Alternatives
Customer relationship management (CRM) functionality can fall into four categories: core functionality; non-core functionality; vertical, industry-specific features; and accounting-related features. When evaluating and selecting a CRM solution, enterprises must be aware of the potential issues associated with functions and features that are not part of core CRM functionality.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: knowledgebase) and segments the process into four or five steps will not be a good match for an enterprise that has only one or two people who will want to perform this process in one or two steps. Vertical (Industry Specific) Features We are often asked which approach is better: customizing a basic CRM solution to meet an enterprise s industry-specific requirements, or buying an industry-specific CRM solution. Some customers recognize that there is still a price to pay for accepting easily customizable
12/5/2005

The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its legacy systems if everything could work from one server, and give the executives the information they need in the process. Another opinion in the dilemma - the one-stop shop versus best-of breed concept.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: years of development and process improvement that must be considered, let s simply agree that the constant charge towards a single enterprise application is a worthy pursuit. It is my humble opinion that all IT executives seek the Power of One. The Opposition Clearly an all-in-one solution would have a negative effect on many software vendors, as they would experience what is known as consolidation. In fact, this is something that is already happening and began shortly after Y2K. Even in the most
8/27/2003

Rapidly Consolidating Enterprise Applications Market: The Worlds of Organic Growers and Aggressive Consolidators
What types of vendors' approaches to the mid-market have emerged from the wave of mergers and consolidations and what characteristics ultimately distinguish the contenders from the pretenders are two questions that are emerging from the consolidation market.

PROCESS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE: face a nightmarish integration process that could take years before a cohesive product strategy is presented to their customers—let alone the development of an integrated and collaborative collection of software applications. The big question is whether any of these mergers have made these companies better able to compete with various best-of-breed vendors by offering a truly complete suite of ERP and SCM solutions. Moreover, there is a subgroup of rollup vendors that are either regional or
9/12/2005


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