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Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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What We Need to Talk about When We Talk about Software Selection: 5 Problem Areas

Most discussions about software selection cover general challenges, like the need to involve all stakeholders in the selection or how to create a good project plan. While these topics are important, other challenges have less to do with project management, and more to do with human nature. Gabriel Gheorghiu, a business systems analyst for TEC's project delivery group, talks about some of the more sensitive issues related to software selection. Read More

QAD’s DynaSys Supply Chain Planning Software Is On a Winning Streak—Meeting Global Demand and Production Planning Needs

Global Closure Systems (GCS) provides closures and dispensing systems for the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry worldwide. The company selected DynaSys’ demand and production planning solution to better anticipate its supply chain needs. TEC analyst PJ Jakovljevic looks at benefits and services that have led companies like GCS to choose supply chain planning (SCP) software from DynaSys, which is now a division of QAD software. Read More

Baby Gourmet Food Selects SAP Business One SMB ERP Software

Baby Gourmet Foods, a Canadian provider of pouched organic baby food and snacks, has selected SAP Business One small to medium business (SMB) enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. The compact SMB ERP software solution by SAP is expected to automate operational processes, streamline workflows, and manage inventory across multiple distribution centers in Canada and the US for this rapidly growing company. Read More

Stamping Manufacturer Selects IQMS ERP Software for Full Manufacturing Functionality and Industry-Specific Capabilities

After a fierce contest and thorough software evaluation process, Continental Industries, Inc. has selected IQMS’s EnterpriseIQ as its manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution. TEC analyst TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic looks at what led the designer and manufacturer of residential and commercial HVAC equipment to its important ERP decision, with a key reason being industry-specific software capabilities. Read More

Microsoft Acquires Customer Engagement Technology

Microsoft has acquired Adxstudio, a provider of web portal and application lifecycle management (ALM) software solutions. Find out why ALM is important for customer relationship management and how this acquisition will fuel future development in web customer engagement. Read More

Cloud Logistics Delivers Same Day TMS—Cloud Transportation Management Solution with Rapid Implementation

Cloud Logistics unveiled its Same Day TMS cloud transportation management system (TMS) software. TEC analyst P.J. Jakovljevic looks at how this new TMS option builds upon the software vendors’ cloud TMS offering to allow customers to start their transportation management implementation quickly and efficiently. Read More

North Coast Seal Selects abas Manufacturing ERP Software

North Coast Seal, a manufacturer of sealing solutions, selects abas ERP for its manufacturing needs. It chose the manufacturing ERP software for its completeness and user-friendly nature, but there are a number of other advantages that sealed the deal. Find out what they are and whether abas ERP is right for your manufacturing company. Read More

Kronos Acquires Workforce Management Software Business from Kaba

Kronos has acquired the AutoTime workforce management (WFM) software business from Kaba Workforce Solutions. AutoTime is a time and attendance (T&A) and labor management software solution in a very competitive WFM software market. Read More

Why North American Lighting (NAL) Selected Plex Manufacturing Cloud ERP Software—Value and an Efficient Subscription Model

North American Lighting (NAL), a tier one automotive lighting supplier, selected the Plex Manufacturing Cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to run its manufacturing operations. TEC analyst PJ Jakovljevic looks at a few reasons that Plex came out on top, despite the brand recognition of other ERP software competitors that NAL considered. Read More

Entersoft Business Suite Is TEC Certified for Mixed-mode Manufacturing ERP

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  • Written By: Ted Rohm
  • Published: September 29 2015
Entersoft Business Suite is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software system that is now TEC Certified for mixed-mode manufacturing companies. Strengths of the system include an ergonomics-based design that includes role-based and interactive dashboards and other nifty features to enhance the user experience, as well as native development on mobile devices. TEC senior research analyst Ted Rohm saw a demo of the software system and gives you a sneak peek of the mixed-mode ERP product. Read More
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