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Security Stocks Burn Rubber
Security technology stocks are burning rubber as they peel out in front of swaggering technology blue chips. Who are some of these security market leaders and

rubber  Stocks Burn Rubber Security Stocks Burn Rubber L. Taylor - April 27th, 2000 Event Summary On February 9th, there was a fury of Distributed Denial of Service attacks that rocked the cyberworld. In response to this attack, numerous security technology corporations are seeing rapid marketcap growth. Market Impact Internet Security Systems (NASDAQ: ISSX), an Atlanta based Internet security vendor, specializes in providing leading security management solutions for the cyberworld. In January of this Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of August 6, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSAccuride Corporation selects cloud-based Plex Online ERPIndustry tags: Manufacturing

rubber  CMMS/EAM solutions now! Avon Rubber selects Sage ERP X3 for global implementation Industry tags: Rubber products The customer in this case does not disclose the details of the selection and competitive choices it had, but my educated guess is that Sage ERP X3’s global/multinational capabilities, modern architecture, and the rubber industry savvy were the decisive factors. Sage’s partner Inixion Ltd will have also played the role in the selection with its understanding of the industry and the local Read More...
IT Operations: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
Customers and users see the value of IT services only after they’re in operation. Unfortunately, preparation and due diligence doesn’t always mean that you end

rubber  Operations: Where the Rubber Meets the Road Customers and users see the value of IT services only after they’re in operation. Unfortunately, preparation and due diligence doesn’t always mean that you end up providing the IT services those users are expecting. With the automotive industry used as an analogy, get key tips on how to better define and document IT operations design and transition—so ultimately, your customers and users get the services they demand. Read More...
Case Study: Mission Rubber
Mission Rubber’s customers@the manufacturer’s representatives and distributors it sells through@began insisting on the use of electronic data interchange (EDI

rubber  Study: Mission Rubber Mission Rubber’s customers—the manufacturer’s representatives and distributors it sells through—began insisting on the use of electronic data interchange (EDI) for all transactions. The company wanted a reliable supplier that could provide cost-effective EDI translation and document exchange functionality. Find out why Mission Rubber finds its EDI solution is simple to set up, manage, and use—and how the company benefits. Read More...
Supply Chain Execution
The rubber has to meet the road everyday when managing today@s complex supply chains which are only as good as the ability of parties to synchronize

rubber  Chain Execution The rubber has to meet the road everyday when managing today’s complex supply chains which are only as good as the ability of parties to synchronize activities and share information in real time. Softeon’s complete suite of supply chain execution solutions facilitates collaboration and includes WMS for small to mid-size businesses, order management, labor and resource management (RMS), transportation management (TMS) and complex assembly, kitting and other value-added Read More...
Made2Manage Systems ''One Year After'': Reenergized and Growing Part Four: Quality Management Processes
Made2Manage Systems pledges not to build technology for the sake of technology. Instead, the company plans to focus in on the true needs of its customers and

rubber  also note that the rubber and plastics manufacturers and processors now comprise, after the acquisition of DTR Software, nearly 15 percent of the total customer base, which means that the vendor now truly serves four industries quite well. The new owners'' focus on mainly targeting these industries hinges on reducing the need for customization. The first steps have been taken toward leveraging the rich functional features inventory into vertically orienting the offering for these three industries, includin Read More...
Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan
Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However,

rubber  Products, Furniture, Plastic and Rubber Products Electrical and Electronic : includes Computer Equipment, Telecom and Radio Equipment, Electrical Appliances, Instruments, Electrical and Electronic Components Secondary Processes : includes Construction Material, Glass Products, Steel Production, Paper and Pulp and Card products, Steel and Non-Ferrous Metal Production The foundation of Baan''s product strategy is the delivery of scalable and flexible enterprise application solutions that can be implemented q Read More...
Deltek''s Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part I)
In the last decade or so of covering the enterprise applications market, I''ve witnessed so many products and vendors disappearing and reappearing under a

rubber  This is where the rubber meets the road , given that Costpoint also addresses today’s additional challenges for such large project-based enterprises. These are to ensure compliance, improve cash flow, secure data, enhance efficiency, etc. While more details on how Costpoint can accommodate these challenges will be discussed later on, it suffices to say here that Deltek’s Strength is compliance, in terms of DCAA-, Federal Acquisition Requirements (FAR) - and Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)- compliant Read More...
Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components
Sales and use tax compliance is serious business. To reduce your risk of facing a costly audit, you need to invest time and effort up-front by formulating a

rubber  Audits are where the rubber meets the road, and pre-planning for them is essential. You need to know an audit’s objectives, and then be able to assign qualified people to work on the audit armed with the proper data and documentation. A tax policy needs to state and provide for this. Here are some of the key things you need to do prior to an audit, all of which should be reflected in your tax policy. One: know your prior audit history. What were the prior audit issues and where they corrected? If so, Read More...
IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter
IQMS has certainly succeeded in helping hundreds of midsized plastic processors and other repetitive manufacturers increase their

rubber  injection plastics molding/extruding and rubber industries. In mid-January, IQMS announced that the globalization of manufacturing resulted in a 20 percent growth in its 2004 revenue. IQMS attributed this to double-digit growth in its sale of new systems and to positive revenue opportunities from its new Professional Services Group. This is Part One of the IQMS Prospers by Helping Enterprises Work Smarter series. Part Two will begin the market impact. Part Three will continue a discussion of product Read More...
What’s With Ariba Selling Its Sourcing Services Team to Accenture?
My recent series about the merger of JDA Software and i2 Technologies raised the issue whether any independent software vendor (ISV) can at the same time be

rubber  & packaging, plastics & rubber, and raw materials all the way to service procurement (e.g., transportation & logistics, relocations services, machining services, legal services, janitorial services, etc.). Those folks knew their stuff, including the current and likely future trends and projections of the commodity’s availability and pricing so that customers can presciently apply their best procurement and sourcing strategy to  hedge  against any supply volatility and disruptions. These experts have Read More...
DTR Industries Selects IFS Applications
While many might have been aware of IFS’ prowess in asset and project intensive industries as well as in field service management (FSM) of late, many might not

rubber  hose products that include rubber mixing, metal stamping, welding, aluminum die casting, painting, rubber curing, rubber extruding, plastic injection, and assembly operations. DTR’s main customers include Honda, Nissan , and Toyota. DTR is headquartered in Bluffton, OH, and operates other facilities in Midway, TN; Novi, MI; and Chihuahua, Mexico. DTR is a subsidiary of Tokai Rubber Industries, Ltd. , and IFS Applications has been successfully implemented across other companies in the Tokai group. The Read More...
TEC''s Mid-market ERP-Distribution Buyer’s Guide
Midsize manufacturers and distributors now have access to an array of powerful software solutions that simply weren’t available before. But with so many choices

rubber  and power transmission products, rubber and plastic hoses and belting products, electrical supplies, and material-handling equipment. The company also provides maintenance, engineering, and media production services. Headquartered in Merriam, Kansas, IBT has about 50 service centers in 10 states that are concentrated in the Midwest. Its customers extend throughout the aerospace, aggregate, and ethanol industries, representing manufacturers such as ABB, Goodyear, RBC Bearings, and Baldor. Business Issue Read More...

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