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EAI Vendor MITEM Integrates Legacy Systems With Siebel


MITEM Corporation has announced that its legacy application integration software MitemView 5.3 has been validated by Siebel Systems for its Siebel eBusiness Applications. As more EAI vendors vie for market share, having their connectors/adapters certified by the vendor of the target application may become a key to product sales and competitive advantage.

siebel 8.0  Integrates Legacy Systems With Siebel EAI Vendor MITEM Integrates Legacy Systems With Siebel M. Reed - June 4, 2001 Event Summary MITEM Corporation , a company that describes itself as a provider of legacy integration software for conducting real-time e-Business , today announced that the integration between its Mitem View 5.3 and Siebel e Business Applications has been successfully validated by Siebel Systems . Siebel Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: SEBL) is the world''s leading provider of eBusiness Read More

Epicor's Mid-Market Pitch Becomes Higher For (One) Scala Part Five: More Challenges & User Recommendations


Competition is also flying from many directions since the parent company now competes in many diverse markets, and it now has a number of competitors that vary in size, target markets, and overall product scope.

siebel 8.0  manufacturing; and Onyx , Siebel Systems , Pivotal , FrontRange , Salesforce.com , or SalesLogix (owned by Best Software) for sales force automation (SFA), customer service, and support. The list of the competitors in the above markets is by no means exhaustive. Also, a leaner company with a large customer base and a palatable market capitalization remains an attractive acquisition target in this seismically consolidating market, with possibly unwanted attention of predatory competitors. At least, the Read More

CPQ Pioneer FPX Becomes Cloud CRM and ERP Go-to Vendor


TEC senior analyst P.J. Jakovljevic takes a close look at FPX, formerly known as Firepond, a pioneer in CPQ software that automates the sales process for configurable products and services, including changes in the past couple years and what's new with FPX Version 8.0.

siebel 8.0  Fusion , and Oracle Siebel on-premise. It also works with basically any e-commerce system and Web portal system, providing customers with a rare available application-driven and multi-channel management CPQ solution on the market (see Figure 4).   Figure 4 – FPX front end options   The aforementioned new FPX Contract Management module (former Glider) streamlines the sales contract management process to better govern the review, modification, and acceptance of terms and conditions. It provides a Read More

Cincom Asserts Expertise In CRM For Complex Manufacturers


Cincom’s latest CRM product release offers a compelling value proposition for many ‘to order’ manufacturing enterprises. While it is a product that may raise the bar in its target markets, the competitive offering is not exactly a pushover.

siebel 8.0  and J.D. Edwards Fires Siebel, Hires YOU ). In addition, Oracle , SAP and Intentia have painstakingly gradually introduced their own CRM application suites, which have been increasingly attaining the full-fledged CRM product statuses. The focus of these ERP vendors has, however, so far primarily been on providing contact and opportunity management and after-sale customer service/call center applications along with their traditional ERP offering. Applications for customer interaction to satisfy to order'' Read More

CRM For Complex Manufacturers Revolves Around Configuration Software


While pundits have been debating whether the configuration software deserves to be a CRM module on its own, it is certainly a part of the much broader CRM class of products, which typically includes front-office applications for sales force automation (SFA), marketing automation, and field service/call center management.

siebel 8.0  and J.D. Edwards Fires Siebel, Hires YOU ). In addition, Oracle , SAP , Cincom Systems and Intentia , to name only some, have painstakingly gradually introduced their own CRM application suites, which have been increasingly attaining the full-fledged CRM product statuses. With a possible exception of Cincom that has deep roots in complex manufacturing, the focus of these ERP vendors has, however, so far primarily been on providing contact and opportunity management and after-sale customer service/call Read More

Onyx Software: CRM Vendor Battling For Viability


Onyx Software is one of the few direct competitors of Siebel Systems with a solid chance at long-term success in the CRM market. A strong customer focus and a commitment to a 100% web-based architecture are just two of its critical success factors. Find out how Onyx is staking its claim.

siebel 8.0  Onyx primarily competes with Siebel and Kana. Siebel sells Siebel MidMarket 2000 and a number of enterprise level applications such as Siebel Sales and Siebel Call Center. Kana sells a suite of applications for managing customer communications and running marketing campaigns. Onyx''s quarterly revenues have on average grown nearly 20% quarter over quarter from 1Q99 to 3Q00. Net income has hovered around break-even for the same period. License revenue has consistently been between 60% and 64% of total Read More

Is There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider?


Although Rimini Street's client base is still budding, the third party provider of support and maintenance has been quite bullish, owing to the accelerating demand for its service lines; healthy win ratios; and solid execution of its aggressive business plan.

siebel 8.0  some of the disconcerted Siebel , PeopleSoft , and JD Edwards licensees that want to improve the return on their existing software investments through alternative support programs. These programs promise to significantly reduce annual support fees while eliminating forced upgrades, delivering services not available with standard vendor support, and guaranteeing a much better service-level commitment. Moreover, given the possible taint of TomorrowNow ''s and SYSTIME ''s hidden agendas (on behalf of SAP and Read More

CRM Vendors Cash In On The Financial Services Industry


Last year’s deregulation of the financial services industry changed the competitive pressures on banks, brokerages, and insurance companies. Firms in this industry have been forced to expand and reorganize their offerings around the customer rather than around products. This makes a perfect case for CRM, and leading vendors are enhancing their offerings to take advantage of the opportunities. Find out how Siebel, E.piphany, and Broadbase are staking their claim.

siebel 8.0  the financial services industry. Siebel Systems, Broadbase Software, and E.piphany have supplied applications to the financial services industry for some time, but the increased demand for CRM applications and rising competition has led to new business developments for each of these vendors. Siebel Systems Siebel Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SEBL) recently agreed to acquire Janna Systems to enhance its Siebel Financial Services e-business product. Janna has developed CRM software for the financial services Read More

JD Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but…


J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000.

siebel 8.0  its reselling agreement with Siebel to include Siebel''s entire suite of front office applications. Alongside these agreements, JD Edwards will focus on its demand planning, scheduling, and product configuration products that include applications from last year''s Numetrix acquisition. Mike Schmitt, senior vice president of product strategy at JD Edwards, said: Mid-market enterprises need to respond to competition from customer-driven digital exchanges. These applications add value to their businesses. Read More

SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-Drive Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations


SAP’s viability and its business applications market’s leadership remains unscathed, as the company remains rock-solid and will be the leader for a long time to come. While SAP has espoused one of the most compelling and promising collaborative-Commerce vision to-date, the ideal enablers of collaboration – it still has to prove to the market it can integrate and deliver, and satisfy the small and medium-size customer with quick implementations and nimble responses to problems.

siebel 8.0  to standardize EAI (see Siebel Rallies Its Integration Alliance Troops ). Rather than offering many proprietary integration brokers, Siebel wants to offer standards-based pre-packaged business processes to plug into industry-standard servers, to raise the least common denominator of interoperability. SAP will thereby be more challenged to deliver a convincing message to both SAP and non-SAP users, given its own integration broker. Also, the uneasy situation with Commerce One should be preying on SAP Read More

CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born


Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond. Fast forward to 2001. CRM has gotten fat, and the fatter it gets, it becomes more difficult to understand, more expensive to buy, more difficult to implement, and less likely to satisfy - either buyers of the software or their customers. Keep your eye on the ball: your customers, and your business.

siebel 8.0  was Scopus, purchased by Siebel in the mid to late 90''s to shore up its customer support offering. As an aside, inside information has it that what Siebel bought didn''t quite live up to expectations, and they ended up re-building many of the customer support pieces to create the Siebel product you see today. In 1999, Clarify was purchased by Nortel Networks (see Tech Note Nortel and Clarify: Was There Ever Enough Synergy to Support this Marriage? ). Enough said here. And finally, Vantive was bought by Read More

IFS Applications (version 8.0) for Process Manufacturing ERP Certification Report


IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of process manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary.

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Microsoft to Add "Encore" Functionality to MBS Great Plains 8.0 Part Two: Market Impact


Microsoft's Encore acquisition should bring the two former partners' complementary product offerings even closer together and should widen opportunities within the public and nonprofit sectors under the Microsoft umbrella. The products' technologies are quite compatible and so their integration will not be terribly complex, if it is to be complex at all.

siebel 8.0  to Add Encore Functionality to MBS Great Plains 8.0 Part Two: Market Impact Market Impact On April 27, Microsoft Corporation ''s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ) division announced the acquisition of accounting products from a Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-based vendor Encore Business Solutions , Inc . that could be critical to the success of customers and partners in the public sector. The acquisition includes Encore''s not-for-profit accounting products and the inter-company Read More

Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 3: Challenges


MBS is both a threat and an opportunity for the most nimble vendors, and mid-market CRM vendors might have acquired another lease of life extension in the medium term to redefine their value proposition, especially given that some have recently secured new funds and/or found solace in a partnership with IBM.

siebel 8.0  of its alliance with Siebel (see Siebel Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision ). Enter former Great Plains'' partnership deals with the CRM leader Siebel Systems, e-procurement vendor Clarus, ERP vendor Kewill, and supply chain vendor Logility (for more information, see Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains , Microsoft Great Plains Procures eProcure At Last , Kewill And Microsoft Great Plains To Further Mutually Complement and Great Plains Supply Chain Series To Be Powered By Logility ). All of the ab Read More

Is J.D. Edwards's CRM 2.0 (With more than 200 Enhancements) Good News?


When it comes to touting 200 product enhancements, what J.D. Edwards is saying is that ease of integration is important to mid-market companies because they have less flexibility for trial and error. J.D. Edwards's CRM implementation success through its existing customer base will testify to the reliability of its enterprise integration and what remains, is to verify the product's ability to fit verticals needs.

siebel 8.0  Oracle, PeopleSoft , and Siebel as its main competitors. Nevertheless, J.D. Edwards''s offering is more catered for the mid-market and as such it is more a player in the range of Intentia , IFS , Remedy , Saratoga , and Onyx . However, J.D. Edwards'' functional scope is now undeniably large, as it offers almost about everything from traditional ERP to full web-based collaborative modules for CRM, SCM, and optimization at both strategic and tactical level. The real challenge for J.D. Edwards as a relative Read More