Author: Predrag Jakovljevic


Made2Manage Systems 'One Year After': Reenergized and Growing Part Two: Future Direction

Made2Manage focused on enriching the software ownership experience for its customers--to the point where they sometimes even volunteer to influence prospective buyers. Read More

Made2Manage Systems 'One Year After': Reenergized and Growing Part Three: Market Impact

Part of Made2Manage Systems acquisition strategy includes taking on a more global presence through acquisition of non-US companies that offer software, services, and support, particularly companies that sell direct into non-US countries, although not limited to that. Its growth strategy states that it plans to grow organically via new system sales, customer sales, and customer retention, and also growth via acquisition. 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 those of the prospective buyers in the target market, while applying forward-looking technology enhancements that protect its customers’ investment in business solutions. Read More

Made2Manage Systems 'One Year After': Reenergized and Growing Part Five: Summary, Challenges, and User Recommendations

Although not necessarily unique to Made2Manage Systems, the strategy of taking a deep breath and reflecting upon how to proactively better serve existing customers, and building upon that with a combined organic growth and growth via acquisitions, seems to be a recipe for success these days. Read More

Manufacturer's Nirvana -- Real-Time Actionable Information

How many ERP vendors, including the largest ones, have natively built-in real-time production monitoring, warehousing management, time and attendance capture, and complete quality management systems? Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact

Although its service-oriented architecture-based platform and enterprise solutions will not likely be "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing its ability to further develop its own enterprise infrastructure and applications via a blitz acquisition of a Collaxa, a small and focused vendor, despite its unwavering appetite for direct, large competitors. Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy

Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will users buy into this vision? Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Three: Strategy Shifts

Oracle has long moved in the direction of blurring the line between applications and infrastructure. It has leveraged the system of record elements in application suites by applying infrastructure technologies to correlate real-time events for improved decision-making. Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Four: SOA and Web Services

The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has nonetheless so far largely been a war of words without the clear winner yet (and not any time soon), as many underlying Internet-based standards have emerged only recently. Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Five: Collaxa Acquisition

With the acquisition of Collaxa, Oracle has quickly plugged a hole in its SOA/BPM message by providing new workflow capabilities and monitoring tools to report on the progress of business processes, and by providing runtime support for BPEL. Read More
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