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Adonix Expands X3 And Its
While Adonix, until recently a quiet French ERP provider, may have the trumps to create more buzz internationally, the road to success will by no means be an

adonix  Recent Announcements Event Summary Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a privately held French enterprise applications provider for mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies, has recently unveiled its significantly enhanced latest product release. Adonix X3 Version 1.3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite has reportedly been completely rebuilt to give users Internet access to system functions, eliminating the need for costly, complex installation of a client interface. In other words, the company

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Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations


Adonix often comes ahead of larger global players in terms of functional fit, pricing, and understanding of the local requirements in the distribution area. The company still faces challenges presented by limited financial resources to adequately fund multiple key strategic initiatives including brand marketing, undeveloped global channel and brand recognition, and formidable competition within the market of Adonix’ future expansion focus (particularly the North American market).

adonix  Challenges and User Recommendations Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - August 21, 2002 Market Impact Continued The time has come for Adonix to expand even more internationally. Its experience gained from European organizations, its large installed base, and its recent product development strategy, present a good expansion opportunity to become a significant player for midsize enterprises well outside European stronghold. Still, although the Read More

Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds Part 1


Proving that a lack of size can be compensated with a savvy value proposition, Adonix, until recently a quiet French ERP provider, keeps on delivering pieces of its strategy to further establish itself internationally, despite a harsh and hostile environment.

adonix  The Odds Part 1 Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds P.J. Jakovljevic - August 20, 2002 Event Summary Amid the doom, gloom and despondency news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, it may be refreshing to hear upbeat and enthusiastic plans for the future coming from a relatively less known smaller vendor. Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a privately held French enterprise applications provider for mid-sized mixed-mode manufacturing and distribution companies, Read More

Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO?


After several years of being neglected within many foster homes, CIMPRO might have finally found its welcoming host in Adonix, until recently an anonymous French ERP provider, which, in turn, should be able to make use of CIMPRO’s process manufacturing expertise.

adonix  Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Event Summary In the year marked by depressing news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, which has also resulted in a recent flurry of acquisitions (often for ridiculously low prices), it may be refreshing to hear an upbeat strategy, including the Xmas-shopping-like acquisition, coming from still a relatively less known, but certainly up-and-coming vendor. On December 19, Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a Read More

Adonix Expands X3 And Its "French Connection" Part 2: The Future


Adonix often comes ahead of larger global players in terms of functional fit, pricing, and understanding of the local requirements in the distribution area.

adonix  The Future Event Summary Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a privately held French enterprise applications provider for mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies, has recently unveiled its significantly enhanced latest product release. Adonix X3 Version 1.3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite has reportedly been completely rebuilt to give users Internet access to system functions, eliminating the need for costly, complex installation of a client interface. In other words, the company joins the no Read More

What's Wrong With Enterprise Applications, And What Are Vendors Doing About It? Part Two: A New Framework Strategy


Building replacement products on a new framework is a higher risk strategy. The product functionality still quite matters and, while it is important for enterprise applications providers to implement the latest computer science 'quantum leap', there is no guaranteed correlation between first-to-market and the ultimate success in the market (in fact, based on many experiences, one could even argue that the correlation might be inverse).

adonix  CRM.NET-ification ), QAD , Adonix , and Frontstep (now part of MAPICS , see Frontstep Ups The .NET Ante ) would be only some worth pointing out. Analysis of a New Framework Strategy Nevertheless, building replacement products on a new framework is a higher risk strategy. The product functionality still quite matters and, while it is important for enterprise applications providers to implement the latest computer science quantum leap', there is no guaranteed correlation between first-to-market and the ulti Read More

IBM Express-es Its Candid Desire For SMEs Part Two: Market Impact


SMEs have recently begun to seek integration platforms that address the end-to-end business process management (BPM) rather than the traditional pesky point-to-point interconnectivity solutions. IBM's strategy of selling WebSphere Express through local VARs and of letting smaller enterprises deploy only what they need in an incremental fashion, should go a long way with the current buying patterns.

adonix   MAPICS , Intentia , Adonix , PeopleSoft , to name only some, and many of which have traditionally been mid-market incumbents, IBM should feel entitled to this market. Also, owing to the once highly successful AS/400 hardware platform (now branded iSeries), IBM has quite a high brand awareness in certain sectors, and, more importantly, brand preference due to the platform's proverbial immaculate performance and reliability. However, price and the need for specially trained RPG development language Read More

Sage Analyst Day 2011: Not Your Older Brother’s Sage - Part 1


I often wonder how well-known is the fact that the Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)-based Sage Group, Plc (LSE: SGE) is a leading global provider of business management software and services to over 6.3 million small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) worldwide. After over 25 years in existence and with 13,400 employees worldwide, Sage reported US$2.24 billion in revenue in 2010, and the

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Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations


The job of gaining traction will by no means be easy for the merged companies, while the competition will not ease any time soon.

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Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Eight: Challenges and User Recommendations


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adonix   IBS , SYSPRO , Adonix , and ACCPAC which have also espoused a strong WMS product in addition to their traditional ERP products, could prevent Provia from penetrating the ERP mid-market, particularly in cases of less complex environments, with basic case and pallet picking, straightforward task interleaving, and selectable RF, label and paper by work area requirements. Although we do not debate the likes of Provia's functional WMS, TMS, YMS, and SPS supremacy, in many cases, prospective customers may like Read More