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Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 vs. Tier 3 ERP: What’s the Difference, Anyway?
In the software industry, at least in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) segment, there is an implicit understanding of what is meant by tier 1, 2, and 3

3 letter airport codes  Tier 2 vs. Tier 3 ERP: What’s the Difference, Anyway? In the software industry, at least in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) segment, there is an implicit understanding of what is meant by tier 1, 2, and 3 vendors. Though the distinction may seem obvious, definitions of software vendor tiers are sparse. Those that exist vary from source to source and are mainly based on the vendor’s clients’ company size, the number of the vendor’s remote business units, and the vendor’s annual revenue. Read More
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Part 3: Rating The Vendors
We generally believe that, in the long run, market winners will be those vendors with an established large customer base and with huge financial and human

3 letter airport codes  Tier 2 & Tier 3 ERP vendors will not survive until 2004 (65% probability). About half of these will transform into system integrators, while either relegating their product to a niche 'bolt-on'or legacy status. The remaining half will be acquired, and those will be vendors with poor financial performance and undervalued market capitalization but with a large customer base and a deep focus and expertise in a specific industry. To single out only a few of these as market losers would only do them a Read More
Inventory Management: 3 Keys to Freeing Working Capital
In times of economic uncertainty, you need to actively seek out best practices in how to adopt practical working capital optimization to improve financial

3 letter airport codes  Management: 3 Keys to Freeing Working Capital In times of economic uncertainty, you need to actively seek out best practices in how to adopt practical working capital optimization to improve financial performance while maintaining customer satisfaction. Learn about the three key performance criteria that define best-in-class organizations, and how they’re making their focus within the supply chain on working capital—primarily by optimizing inventory management. Read More
Open letter to companies planning on using Social CRM
If you have decided to use social customer relationship management (SCRM) to sell your products or services, you should be ready to adapt to what your customers

3 letter airport codes  do business with you. 3. But when you do all this, please make sure that you keep me informed about how to manage my privacy . I know you need information about me and would like to call me from time to time or send me e-mails about you and your partners, but maybe I don’t want that, or maybe I only want to receive e-mails regarding specific products. 4. Offer me an open SaaS (software as a service) tool that will not only be accessible over the internet, but will also be flexible and customizable Read More
Qwest Cyber.Solutions: “A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande”
Qwest Cyber.Solutions unveiled a new product portfolio for sector specific ASP solutions. The QCS Enterprise Freedom™ product suite is designed to offer

3 letter airport codes  Cyber.Solutions: “A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande” Qwest Cyber.Solutions: A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande A. Turner - June 8 , 2000 Event Summary In May, Qwest Cyber.Solutions LLC, (QCS), an Application Service Provider (ASP) announced its strategy to deliver ASP solutions designed for key market sectors. The company has packaged a suite of ASP products, called Enterprise Freedom, to serve as the foundation for solutions offered to the finance, communications, healthcare, and Read More
The Blessing & Curse of SharePoint's
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the runaway success and genesis of Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS). The article outlined

3 letter airport codes  Grandma's Attic - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the runaway success and genesis of Microsoft SharePoint or  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) . The article outlined the main reasons for the collaborative product’s widespread use and then analyzed its evolution. Part 2 talked about SharePoint’s typical proven use case scenarios as well as about the product’s shortcomings and points of concern . Due to its  workflow management  and  document management system (DMS) Read More
Field Mobility: 3 Tips for Navigating the Mobile First Minefield
Aligning your service organization around the same plan can be a challenge and a roadblock. Field mobility can help you improve operational effectiveness by

3 letter airport codes  Mobility: 3 Tips for Navigating the Mobile First Minefield Aligning your service organization around the same plan can be a challenge and a roadblock. Field mobility can help you improve operational effectiveness by aligning your service organization around the plan, focusing your field technicians on the plan, handling changes proactively, and managing exceptions in real time. But the approach to developing a mobile first application isn’t straightforward. Get three tips for doing this right. Read More
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the progress of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

3 letter airport codes  SCM Players - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog post series followed the progress  of  Manhattan Associates  from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan was the epitome of a well-managed  supply chain management (SCM ) software company in terms of market share, growth, profitability, and its products’ capabilities. Indeed, the company set the industry standard for the supply chain execution (SCE) space and was the envy of its competitors. But lately, the two Read More
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically Part 3: Challenges
MAPICS remains at a critical point in time, where immaculate execution without much space for missteps will determine its future. Despite notable functional and

3 letter airport codes  Moving On Pragmatically Part 3: Challenges Challenges For the last several months, MAPICS, Inc . (NASDAQ: MAPX), a global provider of extended ERP applications for world-class mid-sized manufacturers, has embarked on a painstaking process of producing a strategy going forward that would pragmatically blend the company's traditional values and success factors with new approaches to stay in tune with market trends. All the products mentioned in Part One will have lost their former trademarks. The Read More
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 3
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

3 letter airport codes  a Chatterbox)? - Part 3 In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort , in part for not immediately jumping onto the  social media  bandwagon. In particular, my initial reaction to  Salesforce Chatter (a.k.a. Collaboration Cloud)  was tepid  when it was introduced at the Dreamforce 2009 conference . However, a few months have passed and this period has helped salesforce.com craft the much clearer cloud computing evolution message that was analyzed in Part 2 . The article Read More
Mega-Vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and the adoption of cloud computing. The post ended

3 letter airport codes  the Cloud - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series  depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of  software as a service (SaaS ) and the adoption of cloud computing . The post ended with some glimpses into the future and likely implications for SaaS users. Part 2 then explored the apparent opportunities and accompanying challenges  (and painstaking soul-searching exercises) that SaaS aspirants face in their endeavors. Some concrete examples of vendors and their new strategies and solutions were Read More
Leveraging 3-D for Sales Automation
Product knowledge is now readily available to buyers online, so it’s no surprise that salespeople are seeking new tools and new skills to close sales. A

3 letter airport codes  3-D for Sales Automation Originally published - November 9, 2007 The Googlization of information has leveled the playing field between sales representatives and prospects. With easy access to information, buyers are initiating purchasing cycles by performing extensive product research on the Internet long before inviting a sales representatives into the process. Increasingly, buyers today know as much, if not more, about the product and the competition's products as the seller knows. Product Read More
Are Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series introduced some common supply chain challenges and resulting spend management opportunities for companies of all sizes. The article

3 letter airport codes  the Mid-market? - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series  introduced some common supply chain challenges and resulting spend management  opportunities for companies of all sizes. The article then went into the philosophical and functional differences (if any) between the “spend management” and “supplier relationship management (SRM )” monikers. Further discussion was about what exact functional parts of this software category small and medium enterprises (SMEs ) might need. To that end, Part 2 focuse Read More
3 Microsoft Shop Myths Dispelled?
Here’s the context: You’re selecting an ERP system. Your office is standardized on Windows and MS Office Suite. Should you select MS Dynamics and become a full

3 letter airport codes  ranked fifth, with about 3 percent of the application revenue of the total ERP market. Taking price and project scale into consideration, the adoption rate of Microsoft Dynamics should be higher, but the brand is still weak in the ERP market. Microsoft has a good tradition of taking good ideas and making them ten times more successful than the idea originators could. Will this happen again for Microsoft in the business software sector? It’s hard to say. Microsoft entered the ERP industry relatively Read More

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