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Great Plains on a Shopping Spree
On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. In a separate move, Great Plains also unveiled plans to acquire Fixed Asset Management LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Forestar Group to gain the rights to Forestar's Fixed Asset Management product, which allows a company to record, track, depreciate, and analyze its fixed assets.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: through an original equipment manufacturer agreement since 1997. Under the terms of yesterday s deal, it will issue 104,000 shares of stock and an additional $900,000 in cash. Great Plains CFO Tami Reller said buying the company would give the vendor greater control of the future of the product. These deals continue a buying spree for Great Plains, bringing the company s total number of acquisitions to four in its 2000 fiscal year, which started June 1, 1999. In addition, Great Plains acquired three
1/28/2000

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 ASP partner program to better meet the diverse needs of its ASP partners and their customers

ACT GREAT PLAINS: partners either self-host or contract a Great Plains approved data center to host applications. Many approved ASP partners also work with Great Plains solution developers and other channel members to offer highly specialized, hosted vertical applications. Great Plains presently has 29 approved ASP partners. Approved data centers deliver ASP infrastructure services to customers. They host applications and work with authorized Great Plains partners to sell and implement Great Plains solutions. Market
10/4/2000

Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains
Siebel and Great Plains recently announced plans to expand their partnership allowing Great Plains' VARs to sell Siebel's eBusiness Applications. This agreement will allow Great Plains partners to sell a wide range of enterprise applications to upper-midmarket organizations

ACT GREAT PLAINS: and close deals. Market Impact During the recent Stampede event, (Great Plains annual channel partner conference) a Great Plains representative stated 7 out of 10 VARs felt positively about Great Plains addition of the Great Plains Siebel Front Office to the product line. This is a good indication that Siebel eBusiness Applications will be well received by channel partners. This partnership adds a unique alternative in the CRM market. The bulk of vendors offering a wide range of CRM applications
10/3/2000

Great Plains – Getting Greater and Less Plain
Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading provider of e-business solutions for the mid-market, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter ended February 29, 2000.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: end-to-end business processes, community interactions, and buying power aggregation to any interconnected community member. Great Plains added e-business banking functionality through the addition of funds transfer, pay tracking and reconciliation applications. These e-bank applications electronically interconnect businesses and banks and fully integrate with eEnterprise and Dynamics. Market Impact Over the last 18 months, Great Plains has made a big noise and established itself as a low-end mid-market
4/27/2000

Sarbanes-Oxley Database Compliance
Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure systems that monitor corporate data. To effectively accomplish this, you are best off investing in a solution that can comprehensively cover your reporting and auditing needs while providing you the capacity to respond swiftly should any incidents occur.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure systems that monitor corporate data. To effectively accomplish this, you are best off investing in a solution that can comprehensively cover your reporting and auditing needs while providing you the capacity to respond swiftly should any incidents occur. Sarbanes-Oxley Database Compliance style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus
3/30/2007 3:54:00 PM

Spyware Meets HIPAA
With the advent of the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), security is no longer optional for health care organizations. As spyware risks grow, they must ensure that data is protected from unauthorized disclosure, and that it is available when needed. Thus, implementing anti-spyware measures is both a good business practice and a move towards ensuring regulatory compliance.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), security is no longer optional for health care organizations. As spyware risks grow, they must ensure that data is protected from unauthorized disclosure, and that it is available when needed. Thus, implementing anti-spyware measures is both a good business practice and a move towards ensuring regulatory compliance. Spyware Meets HIPAA style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Security,   Spyware Detection and
5/15/2006 11:22:00 AM

Great Plains – An SME Market Leader, But At What Cost?
Great Plains has established itself as a global small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market leader. It now derives almost 20% of revenue outside of the US market and has the potential of reaching $300 million in revenues in fiscal 2001. Its extensive and efficient global indirect channel model that consists of over 2,000 partners has been admired industry-wide. At Stampede 2000, its annual partner conference, Great Plains announced significant extensions to its product offering. However, these have been delivered at the expense of reporting losses for the last two quarters.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: management solutions that enable manufacturers, distributors and retailers to more effectively collaborate supply chain planning and execution operations with trading partners via the Internet. Through an OEM agreement, Great Plains will add components of the Logility Voyager Solutions application suite to its e-business solutions to more efficiently and accurately coordinate the planning, forecasting, warehousing and delivery of goods throughout the supply chain (For more information see Great Plains
10/5/2000

ERP: The Key to Managing Bioterrorism Act Record Maintenance
Establishing, maintaining, and making records available as outlined in the Bioterrorism Preparedness Act is overwhelming for manufacturers. To prepare for any type of disaster—from cross-contamination to processing failure—you need to make sure your processes are adhering to regulations. An enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can help minimize potentially adverse effects—on both your business and consumers.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: Key to Managing Bioterrorism Act Record Maintenance ERP: The Key to Managing Bioterrorism Act Record Maintenance Source: ProcessPro Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Establishing, maintaining, and making records available as outlined in the Bioterrorism Preparedness Act is overwhelming for manufacturers. To prepare for any type of disaster—from cross-contamination to processing failure—you need to make sure your processes are adhering to regulations. An enterprise resource planning (ERP
5/15/2008 2:09:00 PM

Could Your Company Survive a Product Recall Crisis?
The US Bioterrorism Act aims to counter terrorist attacks on the nation’s food supply. But what does it mean for your company? Can your company access and present documentation within twenty-four hours of the FDA’s request for any set of records? If not, a fully integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is mandatory unless you are the smallest of businesses.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: Description: The US Bioterrorism Act aims to counter terrorist attacks on the nation’s food supply. But what does it mean for your company? Can your company access and present documentation within twenty-four hours of the FDA’s request for any set of records? If not, a fully integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is mandatory unless you are the smallest of businesses. Could Your Company Survive a Product Recall Crisis? style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related
5/2/2007 1:23:00 PM

Zero Contact Resolution: How to Keep Customers and Build Great Brands
For years, contact centers have used first contact resolution (FCR) rates to measure their performance. While FCR rates remain a useful metric for assessing how well contact centers handle incoming requests from customers, they do not provide an accurate view of how well your company is treating your customers. In fact, they may even be misleading.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: Zero Contact Resolution: How to Keep Customers and Build Great Brands Zero Contact Resolution: How to Keep Customers and Build Great Brands Source: RightNow Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: For years, contact centers have used first contact resolution (FCR) rates to measure their performance. While FCR rates remain a useful metric for assessing how well contact centers handle incoming requests from customers, they do not provide an accurate view of how well your company is treating
4/2/2007 5:04:00 PM

Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley
Compliance with the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (and a slew of other regulations) is crucial for all businesses, as failure to comply with the law’s strict standards and policies can spell disaster for executives and upper management of any enterprise.

ACT GREAT PLAINS: US s Robinson-Patman Anti-Price Discrimination Act of 1936 and Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976. More recently, in 1991, US President Bush signed into law the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA), which amended Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. Also known as the Do Not Call program, the United States Congress enacted this law to reduce the nuisance and invasion of privacy to the public caused by telemarketing and prerecorded calls. However, a number of recent
8/27/2008


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