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Mega-Vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and the adoption of cloud computing. The post ended

amy kenly blog  her recent blog post, Amy Wohl takes a critical view of SAP’s still thin on-demand arsenal by saying that: ... SAP is remarkably late to the SaaS market and has chosen a unique path which I don't think will work: they want to keep their customers continuing to invest in very expensive SAP ERP applications while buying bits of SaaS applications for small outliers, on SAP's schedule. SAP's defenders (or Salesforce.com's attackers; there is some overlap), insist that SaaS is not suitable for enterprise Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part II)
Wow, how time flies and how many things have happened in the market these days to distract a market observer! Namely, only over a year after my SaaSy Discusions

amy kenly blog  as Saugatuck Technology  or Amy D. Wohl also advise companies to consider cloud computing for ad hoc infrastructure, with elasticity to handle transactional volume peaks. Cloud computing is the natural evolution and extension of SaaS, and a much broader umbrella that encompasses not only the application services solution layer (i.e., SaaS offerings per se ), but also all the underlying computing , data storage , enterprise application integration (EAI ), security , workflow , etc., infrastructure that Read More...
Integrated Workforce Management (WFM) Platforms: Fact or Fiction? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the major modules of integrated workforce management (WFM) suites that organizations can deploy to better schedule and

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Some Belated Insights from, well, Deltek Insight 2010 - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started with me lamenting my inability to attend the Deltek Insight 2010 conference. However, I recently had an in-depth post-event

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Processing Complex Events (During these, oh well, Complex Times) - Part I
The worn-out saying about how we learn new things every day applies to this blog topic too. Namely, my interest in Progress Software Corporation has long been

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Grape Escape 2013: Customer Value a Priority for Both SYSPRO and UNIT4-Part 2
This is part 2 of a 2-part blog post on Grape Escape 2013, with my analyst take on the announcements and conversations with UNIT4 at the recent analyst event in

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BigMachines: Getting Bigger and Better - Part II
Part I of this blog post series talked about my encounter with BigMachines, a provider of slick software-as-a-service (SaaS) configure, price, and quote (CPQ

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Epicor 9: Delivering What Oracle and Others Are Yet to Achieve? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series outlined Epicor 9 (aka Epicor ERP [evaluate this product]), Epicor Software’s next-generation converged product suite. A similar feat

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Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 3
Part 2 of this blog series analyzed Microsoft platform parts that are slated for shared use within the Microsoft Dynamics family of products. Particular

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It’s About Process (or Ability to be Responsive) -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notions of workflow automation and business process management (BPM). It also tackled the similarities and subtle

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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

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Summarizing PTC’s Decades of Fervent In-House Innovation (and Acquisitions) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Needham, Massachusetts, United States (US)-based Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC, NASDAQ: PMTC), which is an over

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To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIa)
The first part of this blog series described the opportunity for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand enterprise applications, especially in the current

amy kenly blog  work. I concur with Amy D. Wohl’s assertions in her recent blog post : “Note that offering a SaaS version of your application that is less than the real thing will not work, particularly if you are the standard bearer in a big market segment. The customers will find it less than satisfactory and a new SaaS startup will find your mistake their lynch pin to guarantee their market success. SaaS customers, thanks to the web, know the alternatives and want the real thing. We can't count on marketing in lit Read More...
Sage Advice on Selecting Analyst Services
Step away from the decision--let's look at the meta-selection. The SageCircle blog features some recent posts on selecting analyst services. So here we are, TEC

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How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the SAP-sponsored expert panel discussion that explored reasons to maintain IT investments even during difficult economic

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