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Driver-based Budgets and Forecasting
Line managers and finance staff are frustrated by the inability of spreadsheet-based planning systems to deliver useful budgets and rolling forecasts. A major

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Configure, price, and quote (CPQ) solutions (sometimes known as quote-to-order, or Q2O, systems) help drive sales effectiveness by supporting configuration and pricing activities and the generat...
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Performance Made Competitive: Driving Business Value with an ERP Upgrade
In this economy, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a critical business asset and key driver of lean practices. According to Aberdeen Group, best-in

00 driver  Made Competitive: Driving Business Value with an ERP Upgrade In this economy, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a critical business asset and key driver of lean practices. According to Aberdeen Group, best-in-class manufacturing companies are 35 percent more likely than other companies to operate on a current version of ERP. Discover the key considerations―and the potential benefits―that you should keep top-of-mind as part of an overall application lifecycle strategy. Read More...
BPMonline Spotlight Report
Positive customer experience is becoming a paramount business driver. Companies thus need to reorient their business processes toward delivering the best

00 driver  BPMonline,BPMonline CRM,customer experience,process-based CRM solution,process-based CRM software,BPM plus CRM software,BPM and CRM synergy,BPM plus CRM Read More...
Adaptive Distribution Networks: Georgia State University and Michigan State University
Contemporary firms must recognize a fundamental shift in the management of distribution activities as a strategic driver of their competitive success. Instead

00 driver  Distribution Networks: Georgia State University and Michigan State University Contemporary firms must recognize a fundamental shift in the management of distribution activities as a strategic driver of their competitive success. Instead of the traditional focus on pushing products to customers through distribution channels, there is a need to migrate toward adaptive distribution networks. Such networks focus on managing the flow orders from customers by providing them with high levels of Read More...
Infinium Attempts To Better Gain Some Markets' Ear
While 2000 was a difficult year for Infinium, resulting in a focus shift and significant restructuring, the company entered 2001 with an expanded product

00 driver  Jakovljevic - March 22, 2001 Event Summary On February 26, Infinium (NASDAQ: INFM), a provider of e-business solutions and ASP services for certain industries, announced that it has formed a joint-marketing partnership with Richer Systems Group Inc . ( RSG ), the developer of Enrich , a real-time fleet management solution for the transportation industry. RSG's Enrich suite of transportation software solutions was designed with the input of many of North America's leading truck rental, leasing and Read More...
IBM’s Unix Servers Eclipse Sun
IBM’s latest RS/6000 server, the high-end S80, outsold Sun Microsystems’ E10000 by almost three-to-one in the fourth quarter. Who cares – it’s the performance

00 driver  Summary [Reuters] March 10, 2000 NEW YORK - IBM Corp. sold nearly three times as many high-end servers for the Unix operating system as market-leader Sun Microsystems Inc. in the fourth quarter of 1999, research company International Data Corp. reported Friday. IBM sold 720 new RS/6000 S80 servers in the fourth quarter, compared with Sun's sale of 255 of flagship E10000 servers, the report said. The servers-powerful computers that manage other computers - are designed to run the Unix OS aimed at Read More...
Simplexis in the Schools???
In an attempt to save U.S. schools $10 billion by 2005, Simplexis.com has launched an online B2B marketplace for school purchasing.

00 driver  Summary On March 8, 2000, in an attempt to save U.S. schools $10 billion by 2005, Simplexis.com has launched an online B2B marketplace for school purchasing. The pilot program commenced March 1 in the Glendale (California) Unified School District. More than 100 school districts that spend an estimated $3 billion annually for goods and services have lined up to use Simplexis.com. Over the next several weeks, more than a dozen public school districts with annual purchases totaling roughly $400 million will Read More...
Microsoft Delays NGWS Conference, Windows Chief Takes “Vacation”
Forum 2000, Microsoft’s conference where it will unveil details of its Next Generation Windows Services, has been delayed three weeks. This is the latest

00 driver  McNulty - May 31, 2000 Event Summary 26 May 2000 - Microsoft sources have informed TechnologyEvaluation.com that Forum 2000 has been postponed. The conference, where Microsoft was to roll out details of its Next Generation Windows Services, has been postponed to June 22. NGWS was a joint project of group vice presidents Jim Allchin and Paul Maritz. On Monday, May 22, 2000, ZDNet revealed that Jim Allchin was taking an extended vacation. In prior years, Microsoft vice officials such as Brad Silverberg and Read More...
To Tax and Tax Not
Taxation of Internet commerce will be a football that gets tossed around in the United States long after Superbowl 2000 is just a memory. In Singapore, however,

00 driver  those with incomes over $80,000 bought gifts over the Internet, but that only 7 percent of those with incomes below $40,000 did/ He also found that while 20 percent of all adults shopped online, only 7 percent of Latinos did. What is needed, of course, is real information about how much the absence of sales taxes on Internet purchases hurts the states (and bricks-and-mortar retailers), and to what degree sales taxes would hurt E-commerce. Unfortunately, unbiased information is not yet available. There is Read More...
Analysis of SAS Institute and IBM Intelligence Alliance
The SAS Institute and International Business Machines announced a new business intelligence relationship on January 24, 2000. IBM has announced that it is

00 driver  Summary At IBM's PartnerWorld 2000 in San Diego this Monday (24Jan00), SAS Institute and IBM will announce a new business intelligence relationship that will include the formation of consulting practices focused on SAS solutions, and further development of e-business intelligence solutions that integrate IBM's DB2 database product family and SAS software. The announcement between the two business intelligence leaders is the latest in a select group of key strategic relationships forged by IBM as it refoc Read More...
Lexiguard&;: The Coming
A cool new desktop encryption product has been unveiled by Lexias, Inc. at RSA Conference 2000. With a simple and easy-to-use interface and affordable price

00 driver  week at RSA Conference 2000, Lexias, Inc. unleashed a desktop encryption product which someday could become the defacto desktop encryption application of choice if Lexias plays their cards right. Known as Lexiguard 1.0, this desktop PKI solution is easy to install, easy to use, and may be one of the hottest new security products of the 21st century. The flexible user interface allows you to select your choice of five symmetric encryption algorithms, and four different key sizes starting at 40 bits up Read More...
Aberdeen Report: ERP Success Strategies for Midsized Companies
Now you can find out in the aberdeen benchmark report 2008 ERP in the mid-market.

00 driver  the Aberdeen benchmark report 2008 ERP in the Mid-market . You'll learn how over 500 midsize companies are working to reduce costs while improving accuracy and delivery performance. And how best-in-class companies are achieving superior results. From benchmarks to analysis to recommendations, you'll find it in this timely and informative report. Discover the ERP strategies and best practices that can help your company succeed in an extraordinarily challenging business climate. Download your PDF copy of Read More...
ManagedOps.com - 13 Years and 93,000 Square Feet
New Hampshire’s “Taylor Group” changes its name, builds a 93,000 square foot data center and lays out a plan to leverage 13 years of application experience to

00 driver  - 13 Years and 93,000 Square Feet ManagedOps.com - 13 Years and 93,000 Square Feet A. Turner - May 8, 2000 Vendor Genesis The Taylor Group of Bedford, New Hampshire, recently changed its name to ManagedOps.com and secured $50 million in first-round financing. The investment will help accelerate the expansion of the company as it pursues an Application Service Provider business model. Dan Taylor started The Taylor Group in 1987 after he purchased a copy of Insight, (a popular accounting package at the Read More...
Logility, IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400
IBM and B2B collaborative supply chain planning vendor Logility, Inc. have partnered to offer a joint solution for the AS/400e server platform.

00 driver  Mid Market Solutions on AS/400 Logility, IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400 S. McVey - April 14th, 2000 Event Summary Logility has announced a global relationship with IBM to deploy its supply chain management solutions on the AS/400e server platform. The two partners will jointly offer Logility Voyager Solutions for B2B collaborative commerce, business process consulting and implementation services for users who run their enterprises on AS/400e. Most of the development work on the AS/400e Read More...
Mail.com's Explosive E-Mail Growth
By the beginning of December 1999 Mail.com had over 10,000,000 established email boxes.

00 driver  NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 7, 2000--Mail.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAIL), a leading global provider of Internet messaging services to the consumer and business markets, today announced the Company's opt-in e-mail service, Special Delivery, has grown approximately 73 percent in the fourth quarter over the third quarter of 1999, reaching the 6 million mark for weekly opt-in e-mail marketing opportunities. Market Impact By the beginning of December 1999 Mail.com had over 10,000,000 established email boxes. Read More...

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