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Current pure play business intelligence (BI) leaders offer the advantage of superior analytics and planning capabilities; however, enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are improving their analytic capabilities and accessibility.
: Introduction The demand for accurate, timely information across disparate systems in an enterprise has been answered by vendors touting some or near total corporate performance management (CPM) capabilities. Yet, while there are plenty of vendors to choose from, there is no overall CPM market leader. Attempting to gain a competitive advantage in the crowded business intelligence (BI) and CPM market, some enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are resorting to prudent BI and enterprise process manageme
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: cases, this is not strategic, but rather slapped together to win an individual sales campaign where the prospect requires integration of both products. A press release is issued, the deal is signed, and three months later the customer is left without the answers to such questions as, what happens to me when there is a new release of either product. By the way, most often the names of those partners remain on the web sites of both vendors as proof that they are offering a broad footprint. Prospective
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Major Vendors Adapting to User Requirements
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Software vendors strive to be leaders in their areas of expertise and Retalix seems to be no exception. But how do we recognize a segment pack leader and what are the key elements that characterize a supply chain pack leader?
: industry, worldwide. Retalix s growth strategy over the past several years has been to expand its enterprise and supply chain management applications while maintaining close integration with their widely installed, in-store solutions. It has grown both organically and through acquisition. Retalix acquired OMI International in early 2004, a warehouse management system (WMS) and supply chain execution (SCE) vendor that is also focused on the retail food sector in early 2004. It continued with its growth
One Vendor s Dedicated Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Unit
SAP's governance, risk management, and compliance roadmap is still in its beginning stages. Only time will prove the vendor's delivery of true, tangible products (and not vaporware), as well as the success of those products with current and prospective customers.
: of challenges inherent with corporate compliance and other risks. Recently, the vendor has launched its latest product suite, which places compliance at its core. For more information, please see part one of this series How a Leading Vendor Embraces Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance. Soon after the Virsa acquisition, SAP announced the creation of a new governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) business unit to empower its customers with more comprehensive GRC solutions. In doing so, the
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Customers and vendors do not always see eye to eye as illustrated in the following horror stories about how customers have been treated by vendors. The vendors did the opposite of selling; they pushed these companies away.
: to eye. This article illustrates three cases where vendors did the opposite of selling; they pushed the companies away. With each horror story, we are certain that the vendors in question have a very different story; however, it would be wise of vendors to examine the practices that drove the business away. The role of management is to see that rules are followed, but also to understand the need for exceptions. One chief information office r (CIO) told us his personal horror stories about how he had been
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