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Breathing Open Air at NetSuite
It has been almost two years since NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N) went public and my analysis of that blockbuster initial public offering (IPO) event. Needless to

air blog  Open Air at NetSuite It has been almost two years since NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N) went public and my  analysis of that blockbuster initial public offering (IPO) event . Needless to say, much has happened at the bullish software company since.   NetSuite  positions itself as “a leading vendor of on-demand (or  cloud computing ) integrated business management  software suites  for midsized businesses and divisions of large companies.” In other words, contrary to its  software as a service Read More
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It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part IV
Part III of this blog series introduced Webcom ResponsAbility, the on-demand workflow automation and business process management (BPM) solution. Anyone

air blog  CE-Marking, etc.), voltage, power, air flow, and so on. The goal is to publish all that vast catalog data electronically via WebSource CPQ. However, that cannot happen without consolidating all of the above data for all of the company's products. ResponsAbility comes into the picture here, whereby each product will go through a special product information management (PIM) workflow. Namely, the engineering team will have to fill in over hundred data points for each product, the marketing staff will add in Read More
It's the Aftermarket Service, Stupid! (Part II)
Part I of this blog topic introduced MCA Solutions and its flagship Service Planning Optimization (SPO) solution for planning and optimizing spare parts

air blog  engagement at the US Air Force (USAF), with Oracle, IFS Applications [ evaluate this product ] and Xelus/Click Commerce (a competitor of MCA and Servigistics) may speak volumes about the co-opetitive nature of the market. While the SAP EBS-like relationship with other ERP vendors may not happen at MCA for various competitive reasons, the non-SAP base will continue to be important to MCA as it represents about one third of the pipeline. It is thus no wonder that MCA has lately expanded the Oracle Partner N Read More
Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about Consona Corporation’s recent acquisition of leading open source and cloud computing enterprise resource planning (ERP

air blog  CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series talked about Consona Corporation ’s recent acquisition of leading open source and cloud computing  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  provider Compiere . After reading a slew of speculative blog posts (including the  one from TEC ’s free and open source [FOSS] buff and advocate Josh Chalifour ), I had an incisive briefing with Consona’s CEO Jeff Tognoni, to give the company a fair chance to explain its strategy Read More
How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 1
A week before this past Thanksgiving holiday (US), I was invited by a long-term analyst relationship contact at SAP to listen to (via multimedia streaming) a

air blog  for installing super high-end air purifiers on your heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system that makes the whole factory smell like, say, Christian Dior fragrances. True, most likely this “smelly” investment would not bring any return on investment (ROI ) per se, e.g., increased worker and equipment productivity. But the main point here is that all every enterprise needs is air, which is still largely free and not really a differentiating factor. So in a way, it might even be ironic th Read More
Humidification Strategies for Data Centers and Network Rooms
In some circumstances, the air surrounding IT equipment can be harmful to internal electronic components and lead to failure and downtime. Reliance on precision

air blog  In some circumstances, the air surrounding IT equipment can be harmful to internal electronic components and lead to failure and downtime. Reliance on precision cooling solutions to maintain the proper humidity level in a computer room or data center doesn’t always assure proper humidity levels at the IT equipment air intake. Learn more about humidity, its effects, and its management in computer rooms and data centers. Read More
Accelerating (and Fast-Starting) the SME Business at Oracle (and SAP) - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series outlined Oracle’s recent (and seemingly genuine) change of heart and approach towards partnering and catering enterprise applications

air blog  program’s current state of affairs. Part 3 of this blog series will analyze the program’s latest partner-enablement developments as well as the inevitable room for improvements. Oracle Accelerate Partners-Enabling Portal To further enable its Accelerate partners, Oracle launched  a new portal in late September 2009, called Midsize.Oracle.com . This is a resource focused on midsize customers and partners to search for geographic- and industry-specific solutions, as well as a platform for Read More
How Digital Signage Transformed the Atmosphere at Toronto's Air Canada Centre


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Descartes Acquires Computer Management USA
Descartes Systems Group recently acquired Computer Management USA, a U.S.-based provider of security filing solutions and air cargo management solutions for

air blog  security filing solutions and air cargo management solutions for airlines and their partners. The all-cash purchase price for the acquisition was US $6.6 million.   Computer Management's solutions help air carriers streamline security filing and customs clearance processes, directly and through coordination with ground handlers and container freight stations. The air cargo community struggles with a rapidly evolving global regulatory environment where customs authorities around the world continue to Read More
Commerce One and Adexa Build Castles in the Air
Leading e-commerce vendor Commerce One recently announced an alliance with B2B collaboration vendor Adexa. Though in its early stages, the alliance has strong

air blog  Build Castles in the Air Commerce One and Adexa Build Castles in the Air S. McVey - March 29th, 2000 Event Summary Everyone acknowledges that Internet-based procurement is of limited value without fulfillment capabilities to support it. Such foundation is important if analyst projections of $1.3 trillion for the B2B market by 2003 are to come true. In response, many B2B software vendors are pairing up to work out the details of the integration. A recent alliance between e-commerce powerhouse Commerce One Read More
Mid-market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 1
My recent blog post on what 2010 might have meant to Microsoft’s business solutions reflected on the highly publicized mid-2010 launch of Microsoft Office 2010,

air blog  the current state of affairs at Microsoft Dynamics, which also included some recent wins over mature SAP , Oracle , and Sage product instances . But what about Epicor and SYSPRO , the two prominent  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  mid-market incumbents that also heavily harness Microsoft’s technologies? Well, while Microsoft Dynamics doesn’t particularly enjoy losing deals to these vendors, the Microsoft parent still ultimately wins, given that these  independent software vendors (ISVs)  are Read More
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 2
Part 1 of this blog topic analyzed IBM’s rationale to acquire ILOG to bolster its service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM

air blog  RulesPower in 2005 by Fair Isaac , and MindBox in 2006 by MDA . 2007 was also an acquisitive year, as Gensym Corporation was gobbled by Versata Enterprises , YASU Technologies by SAP , and Haley Systems by RuleBurst Ltd . With the departure of BRMS market stalwart ILOG, the remaining independent rule engine providers like Fair Isaac , whose rules engine many other SOA vendors still embed, will face difficulties as independent companies. While some BPM vendors like Lombardi have downplayed the event , the Read More
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIb)
The first part (Part II) of this blog series described the opportunities for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand applications, especially in the current

air blog  SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIb) The first part (Part II) of this blog series  described the opportunities for software as a service (SaaS ) or on-demand  applications, especially in the current difficult economic milieu. Part IIa then analyzed the  top five SaaS assumptions (misconceptions) recently outlined by  Gartner . Before any vendor can embark onto delivering a SaaS offering, it must thoroughly consider a number of harrowing SaaS technology choices and their Read More
Lotus Notes R5 ~ A Breath of Fresh Air
Lotus Notes has just surpassed the 50,000,000-installed base mark, giving Microsoft’s Exchange server a good “run for the money”.

air blog  A Breath of Fresh Air Product Background Lotus Notes first began shipping in 1989, seven years after the release of Microsoft's MS-DOS operating system. Release 1.0 was fully integrated into a Local Area Network (LAN) enabling the first collaborative client/server messaging system. In its first year on the marketplace Notes 1.0 sold over 35,000 client seats, and sales would only escalate from that point on. The second revision of Notes was 1.1 and began shipping in 1990. Release 1.1 enabled portability Read More
What Does the “M” in PLM Really Mean?
In the two previous blog posts (What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? and What Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean?) I discussed the object being managed within the

air blog  Does the “M” in PLM Really Mean? In the two previous blog posts ( What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean? and What Does the “L” in PLM Really Mean? ) I discussed the object being managed within the product lifecycle management (PLM) methodology. Now, it is the time to move on to the last word—“management.” Management is such a general term nowadays, that simply looking at it won’t give you much idea of what it is about in the PLM context. If your organization is looking for a PLM Read More

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