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The Old ERP Dilemma: Replace or Add-on
Replace or Add-on to an aging ERP system is a dilemma faced by many companies today. This article discusses the trade-offs involved in making that decision.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: other trade-offs that will always have to be made. You will have to live with extra code, the integration code that needs maintenance. You will have to live with duplicate files that may get out of synch. You will be the one who deals with the finger pointing between the two vendors when one or both of the two systems are not working correctly. You will have to deal with the new release cycles that will prove to be always perfectly out of synch. The selection of an add-on product must include the ability
1/29/2002

Nine Telltale Signs You Should Replace Your Current WMS
Refer to nine telltale signs you should replace your current warehouse management system (WMS). Find out how to select a new WMS vendor. Read this. You rely on a warehouse management system (WMS) to maintain ongoing operations, support changing customer requirements, keep up with industry regulations, and simply get product out the door on a daily basis. But a faltering system may also be constraining your global potential. Find out how to determine if your current WMS system is hindering your ability to execute business strategies that help you grow your business.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: of your homegrown WMS always be around to maintain the system? If mindshare of the application is limited to homegrown staff, irreplaceable technical knowledge will leave along with them. Finally, your customers are not going to slow down to accommodate your outdated or exclusive business processes. Customers will continue to demand better products, more control and visibility, and faster delivery. Will your homegrown system be able to keep up? Can you afford to lose customers due to poor service?
6/22/2009 11:11:00 AM

Should You Keep or Replace Your Legacy ERP Software? Here’s How to Decide
Not sure if you should hang on to your legacy ERP system or give it the boot? Find out, as TEC analyst Philippe Reney looks at the pros and cons of buying new, upgrading, or sticking with the software you’ve already got.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: the market. While it s always possible to connect a newer solution to an older system given enough dedication and resources, the cost may sometimes be more conducive to a full replacement.   Do I upgrade to the next version? If you have already concluded that you need added functionality to support your business, you’ll need to make a decision about whether to upgrade to a newer version of your system or implement a new solution. Sometimes, depending on the scope of the upgrade, it may feel as though
2/16/2012 10:31:00 AM

SAP ERP Deployment to Replace a Microsoft AX System by Chelford
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8/10/2010 11:34:00 AM

EMC to Buy Data General
WALTHAM, Mass., August 9th, 1999 (Reuters) - High-end data storage leader EMC Corp. (NYSE:EMC) on Monday moved to grab a chunk of the mid-range storage business with a deal to buy Data General Corp. (NYSE:DGN) for $1.1 billion in stock, the companies said.

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8/13/1999

Razorfish Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband
Razorfish is positioned to expand, but at what price? Razorfish faces challenges in organization, image, and perceived capabilities. How well Razorfish succeeds in overcoming these challenges will determine how much it will grasp the very lucrative opportunities of the DBSP market.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: in industry specialists is always the good move, but it takes referenced clients to help you (who often recommend you to others) really move ahead, as well as an impressive procedure that delivers quick results. Razorfish still has a ways to go before it becomes the natural trusted advisor to CEOs and corporate boards. However, Razorfish claims to having already beaten out the likes of Andersen on a number of occasions. The other aspect Razorfish brings to the table is its multidisciplinary approach and
3/30/2000

It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Expand your knowledge about Business Process Management (BPM), read TEC's whitepaper entitled It's About Process. Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations, particularly larger ones. TEC analyst PJ Jakovljevic takes you on a guided tour through workflow automation—or business process management (BPM)—and shows how these solutions can help ensure standardized adoption of processes, with highlights on several key BPM vendors.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: all, users that have always had the responsibility now have the ability to respond , as required. This case management software may not currently have all the bells-and-whistles associated with full-fledged BPM packages, such as programmatically driving a workflow engine, visual process modeling, process monitoring and optimization, or automatic task allocation based on workload. Still, it seems well suited for small and medium size companies, who can leverage such a software tool with an intuitive user
1/14/2009 1:50:00 PM

Getting Back to Selling
Getting Sales Back to Selling. Find IT Solutions and Other Information Associated with the Sales Back. Faced with longer sales cycles, declining sales productivity, and increasingly discerning customers, companies are being forced to streamline and automate how sales information is processed, and change the mechanics of deal-making. Learn more about the strategies that best-in-class (BIC) companies are employing to improve sales effectiveness, boost productivity, and ultimately remain competitive.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: Getting Back to Selling Getting Back to Selling Source: Sage Document Type: White Paper Description: Faced with longer sales cycles, declining sales productivity, and increasingly discerning customers, companies are being forced to streamline and automate how sales information is processed, and change the mechanics of deal-making. Learn more about the strategies that best-in-class (BIC) companies are employing to improve sales effectiveness, boost productivity, and ultimately remain competitive. Getting
9/25/2008 1:50:00 PM

How to Solve Your Warehouse Woes
Today’s manufacturers and distributors are under immense pressure to ensure their warehouse and supply chain activities are continually operating at peak performance. But before any improvements can be made, they must first develop a warehouse management improvement strategy.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: How to Solve Your Warehouse Woes How to Solve Your Warehouse Woes Sherry Fox - February 29, 2008 Read Comments . Today’s manufacturers and distributors are under immense pressure to ensure their warehouse and supply chain activities are continually operating at peak performance. Whether it’s increased global competition, more demanding customers, a tighter economy, or the rising cost of materials that’s keeping business owners awake at night, the hard truth is that if they want to remain competitive
2/29/2008

i2 To Power Best Buy
Since introducing its first cavernous superstore in 1989, the Minnesota-based discount retailer has grown rapidly to over 350 stores in 39 states. The company now hopes to replicate the success of its brick-and-mortar business in cyberspace.

ALWAYS HAVE SPARE PARTS TO REPLACE: i2 To Power Best Buy i2 To Power Best Buy Steve McVey - June 29, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - June 29, 2000 Event Summary Consumer electronics supermarket Best Buy, Inc. announced it would license a suite of supply chain management applications from i2 Technologies to help it integrate strategic planning with merchandise and financial planning, enhance its ability to sell merchandise over the Internet, and link operations of its online and retail stores. Best Buy will implement i2 s applications for
6/29/2000

MYOB to OEM Acumatica Cloud ERP » The TEC Blog


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