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Software Integration
Most financial offices run at least three separate industry-specific software packages—often from different vendors. The problem with having all of these different solutions is that most of them require their own databases and do not integrate very well with each other. Document management systems (DMSs) are becoming popular with financial advisors, as they help organize the office and provide risk management. Learn more.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Software Integration Software Integration Source: Cabinet NG (CNG) Document Type: White Paper Description: Most financial offices run at least three separate industry-specific software packages—often from different vendors. The problem with having all of these different solutions is that most of them require their own databases and do not integrate very well with each other. Document management systems (DMSs) are becoming popular with financial advisors, as they help organize the office and provide risk
4/23/2009 5:11:00 PM

Out-of-the-box Integration
Is it is possible for small and medium businesses (SMBs) to achieve levels of application integration historically reserved for large enterprises with deep IT pockets? Duplication of data can be eliminated with the right electronic document management system (EDMS). Discover how an EDMS can be integrated with other core business applications to replace paper files and documents, driving efficiency and managing IT costs.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Out-of-the-box Integration Out-of-the-box Integration Source: Cabinet NG (CNG) Document Type: White Paper Description: Is it is possible for small and medium businesses (SMBs) to achieve levels of application integration historically reserved for large enterprises with deep IT pockets? Duplication of data can be eliminated with the right electronic document management system (EDMS). Discover how an EDMS can be integrated with other core business applications to replace paper files and documents, driving
4/23/2009 4:59:00 PM

10-second Supplier Integration Test


ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: 10-second Supplier Integration Test 10-second Supplier Integration Test Source: Business Integration Technology, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: I recently had lunch with a colleague from a major international consumer goods manufacturer and we looked at the results for his company. There were a handful of vendors touting solutions for his company s integration requirements. The colleague works right at the heart of these processes with good visibility into both the business side of the
6/1/2007 2:39:00 PM

The eG Integration Console
While many monitoring frameworks support commercial applications and application infrastructures, very few offer organizations the capacity to manage the custom application components that are inevitably a part of their infrastructure. But as these applications tend to be the most critical components of the target infrastructure, a framework that cannot provide insight into these ultra-critical components is offering severely limited value.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: The eG Integration Console The eG Integration Console Source: eG Innovations, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: While many monitoring frameworks support commercial applications and application infrastructures, very few offer organizations the capacity to manage the custom application components that are inevitably a part of their infrastructure. But as these applications tend to be the most critical components of the target infrastructure, a framework that cannot provide insight into these
3/23/2007 4:54:00 PM

EDI and XML Integration: Vitria Buys XMLSolutions
In a move designed to further its efforts in integrating EDI and XML, Vitria has announced the purchase of XMLSolutions Corporation. Given that the market for EDI business collaboration is huge, and that XML is the up and coming (and lower cost) standard, we expect the ability to translate bi-directionally between either format will become hugely popular.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: EDI and XML Integration: Vitria Buys XMLSolutions EDI and XML Integration: Vitria Buys XMLSolutions M. Reed - April 19, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - April 19, 2001 Event Summary Vitria (NASDAQ: VITR), one of the top ten vendors in the application integration server space, has announced that the company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire XMLSolutions Corporation . XMLSolutions has developed XML transformation maps for over 3,100 of the world s most frequently used EDI document formats. EDI
4/19/2001

Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit
How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate themselves from the competition.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Source: RPE Document Type: White Paper Description: How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate
12/23/2005 1:37:00 PM

Mid-Market Strategy: International Enterprise Solutions
Adonix marks its strategy with two catchwords:

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Mid-Market Strategy: International Enterprise Solutions Mid-Market Strategy: International Enterprise Solutions P.J. Jakovljevic - September 20, 2005 Read Comments Adonix Strategy Careful acquisitions and internal development is giving Adonix ( http://www.adonix.com ), a privately-held, French enterprise applications provider for medium manufacturing and distribution companies, greater leverage in the international market. Its overall strategy is marked with two catchwords: growth and independence .
9/20/2005

Best Business Practices for System and Process Integration
When selecting integration solutions, the only certainty is that there’s no way of telling what systems and databases will need to be integrated in the future. As your business becomes more dependent on electronic relationships with suppliers, customers, and partners, it becomes harder to impose your own best practices. That’s why you need the flexibility to adapt to any conditions.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Best Business Practices for System and Process Integration Best Business Practices for System and Process Integration Source: IBS Document Type: White Paper Description: When selecting integration solutions, the only certainty is that there’s no way of telling what systems and databases will need to be integrated in the future. As your business becomes more dependent on electronic relationships with suppliers, customers, and partners, it becomes harder to impose your own best practices. That’s why you
11/16/2006 2:24:00 PM

Laying the Foundation for Customer Data Integration
For increased revenues and improved profitability, customer data integration (CDI) should be a vital part of your business processes. CDI, unlike customer relationship management (CRM), can deliver a valuable single view of a customer, without necessitating yet another complex system needing vast technical and organizational effort. Learn about CDI’s core capabilities, and which style of CDI is your best match.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Laying the Foundation for Customer Data Integration Laying the Foundation for Customer Data Integration Source: Initiate Systems, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: For increased revenues and improved profitability, customer data integration (CDI) should be a vital part of your business processes. CDI, unlike customer relationship management (CRM), can deliver a valuable single view of a customer, without necessitating yet another complex system needing vast technical and organizational effort.
11/20/2007 3:26:00 PM

Infor ION-izes its Open SOA Strategy – Part 1 » The TEC Blog
Infor ION-izes its Open SOA Strategy – Part 1 » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more

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30-07-2010

Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now?
Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application Integration in general and EAI in particular.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF A VERTICAL INTEGRATION STRATEGY: Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? Michael F. Reed - September 1, 2001 Read Comments Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? M. Reed - September 3, 2001 Summary Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall
9/1/2001


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