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SaaS Buyer's Guide for Wholesale and Distribution
SaaS, despite its phenomenal popularity, is certainly not one-size-fits-all. You need to consider decision criteria such as fit, return on investment, and risk.

Great Plains Pros Cons  problem was that Microsoft Great Plains wasn't integrated well with CRM and shipping systems. With CRM, Microsoft basically bolted a knock-off of Goldmine, says Joe Walker, vice president of North America at Elcometer. Elcometer's decision to go with a hosted solution instead of a client–server approach has saved the company loads of cash. Walker estimates a client–server solution would have cost a minimum of $50,000 for a server and $60,000 for a full-time IT manager, not to mention software license Read More

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Modeling Complex Products
Mapping out component dependencies and the relationships among components is a great way to conceptualize how selecting one option affects the rest of the

Great Plains Pros Cons  among components is a great way to conceptualize how selecting one option affects the rest of the product configuration. Once you know exactly how the product components are related, you can quickly create options and option groups and define rules governing the product configuration, making it easier for salespeople to quote complex products. Read More
Return on Investment for Automatic Time and Labor Management
Card auditing and calculating takes a great deal of time, particularly for companies using full-time time-keepers to calculate and audit time cards. If the time

Great Plains Pros Cons  and calculating takes a great deal of time, particularly for companies using full-time time-keepers to calculate and audit time cards. If the time cards are handwritten, it takes even more time to review, calculate, edit, and (typically) re-enter the data into a payroll system. However, automation reduces audit time by pre-processing punches against rules defined within the system. Read More
Social CRM-¡Viva la Revolución!
Customer relationship management (CRM) has had a great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software

Great Plains Pros Cons  (CRM) has had a great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software solutions catering to businesses, CRM software has been the most attuned to the rise of social platforms. CRM resides in the attitudes and perception of people and what they acquire, individually or as a group. Social media is the place where people pride themselves with what they can afford. The marriage between social media and CRM seems rather unnatural only in the sense that Read More
Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation
On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its

Great Plains Pros Cons  - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Introduction This is the second of three articles about Great Plains resulting from TEC analysts attending the Great Plains partners' meeting, Stampede 2000, in September. The meeting provided the opportunity for in-depth research on how Siebel and Great Plains operate. The TEC analysts were able to interview both Great Plains managers and partners. Event Summary On September 18, 2000, Grea Read More
How Great Is Great Plains' Manufacturing Offering (Did Somebody Say Microsoft)?
Great Plains informed us during its Convergence 2001 annual user conference about its initial strides into the discrete manufacturing market. The following is

Great Plains Pros Cons  Say Microsoft)? Event Summary  Great Plains is a leading small-to-mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions. In March 2001, the company (still an independent entity at the time) held Convergence, a four-day annual user conference and international business event for its customers. Although not given much attention at Convergence, Great Plains' foray into the discrete manufacturing market caught TEC's attention. While the company is admittedly aware of its limited success and brand Read More
E-mail: No Longer a Lightweight Communication Tool
While it’s great to find ways to keep up with mountains of e-mail, organizations must remember that e-mail is not a lightweight communication tool anymore. For

Great Plains Pros Cons  Communication Tool While it’s great to find ways to keep up with mountains of e-mail, organizations must remember that e-mail is not a lightweight communication tool anymore. For people and organizations swamped by critical information, throwing messages away is just not an answer. Increasingly, knowledge workers are turning to searching to manage the volume and value of information sitting in their in-boxes. Read More
Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage
Software giant Microsoft treated itself with a $1.1B Christmas present; it announced an agreement to acquire its long-term partner Great Plains Software, a

Great Plains Pros Cons  And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage P.J. Jakovljevic - January 16, 2001 Event Summary On December 21, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the world's largest software provider, announced it reached an agreement to acquire Great Plains Software Incorporated (NASDAQ: GPSI), a leading supplier of mid-market business applications. The acquisition should create new opportunities for Microsoft and Great Read More
Great Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience
The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This

Great Plains Pros Cons  Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This white paper examines performance statistics and research gleaned from four key verticals: search, retail, banking, and airline. These high-impact, high-traffic areas expose crucial insights on the relationship between mobile Web performance and market leadership. Read More
The Perstorp Group Selects PROS
The Perstorp Group, a player in the specialty chemicals markets and a pioneer in formalin chemistry, plastics, and surface materials, selected PROS big data

Great Plains Pros Cons  industry watch, pricing optimization, crm, big data, bi, sales effectiveness, chemicals Read More
The Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor
Evaluating software solutions usually starts out as an assessment of architecture, features and functionality, business processes and IT fit. This makes perfect

Great Plains Pros Cons  Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor Evaluating software solutions usually starts out as an assessment of architecture, features and functionality, business processes and IT fit. This makes perfect sense—until business stakeholders begin assessing the vendor as a potential business partner. Learn about the risks of entering into an agreement with a vendor, and how to find out if that vendor can deliver solution that will deliver the expected results. Read More
How to Achieve a Great--and Profitable--Customer Experience
Profitable customer experience (CE) strategies are holistic, sustainable, and focused on creating competitive differentiation. If you can deliver highly

Great Plains Pros Cons  to Achieve a Great--and Profitable--Customer Experience Profitable customer experience (CE) strategies are holistic, sustainable, and focused on creating competitive differentiation. If you can deliver highly valuable experiences to your customers, in a sustainable way, the reward will be loyal, engaged advocates who help you grow your business. Read more to better understand how companies can provide a superlative customer experience and still make a profit. Read More
Great Plains Unveils New E-Commerce Solution
eSell is targeted at businesses looking for a quick road to the Internet.

Great Plains Pros Cons  Unveils New E-Commerce Solution Great Plains Unveils New E-Commerce Solution S. McVey - December 6, 2000 Event Summary Mid-market ERP vendor turned e-business solutions provider Great Plains has announced eSell , a new e-commerce solution designed for businesses needing a fast, easy and economical way to bring their businesses to the Internet. eSell will enable both business-to-business and business-to-consumer sales via the Internet and offers pre-configured hooks to other parts of Great Plains ' e-bus Read More
PROS Inc.’s New Mission-“Big Data” Sales & Marketing Apps
PROS has traditionally been a leader of prescriptive pricing and revenue management software, allowing companies to improve financial performance and improve

Great Plains Pros Cons  prescriptive pricing software,revenue management software,B2C yield management solution,B2B price management solution,big data pricing and revenue management software,big data apps for sales effectiveness,big data sales and marketing apps,big data sales and marketing software,PROS Read More
USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place
USWEB/CKS has announced it fourth quarter results. Its performance is on the money, and continues to drive forward as it goes through expansion by mergers and

Great Plains Pros Cons  Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place D. Geller - February 4th, 2000 Event Summary USWEB/CKS (NASDAQ USWB) announced its fourth quarter results for 1999 on January 25, 2000. The results show strong growth and closely predicted performance, including a clear net profit. As well, USWEB/CKS reports changes in the market place that place it in a position of strength as the market moves from the mid- toward high-end. Read More

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