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Mobile Application Momentum
With the boom in sales of smart mobile handsets, the opportunity for developing and selling mobile applications is ever more appealing. But the market is

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From Spreadsheet Chaos to an Integrated BPM Application in Six Steps
Spreadsheets can provide rudimentary business performance management (BPM) capabilities. But there are many reasons to leave them behind: improved collaboration

application programming interface  reporting to a BPM application that enables analysis and fast reactions to key performance indications. A Structured Approach to Adopting Analytic BPM Applications In many companies, the spreadsheet still continues to be the platform for planning and analysis. While many organizations have moved to minimize or eliminate spreadsheet usage from their enterprise-wide planning and analysis initiatives, others hold back because they believe a BPM deployment will be as time-consuming or costly as an ERP Read More
Is Your Enterprise Application on a Road to Nowhere?
Consolidation is a well-documented trend and is to be expected in the market for enterprise applications. This article outlines the evolution of the enterprise

application programming interface  what extent is this application built with industry-standard technologies, including Java and .NET? Proprietary programming languages, middleware, and development tools will be harder to support as the market evolves away from them. Questions for Unified Technology Companies Unified technology companies provide enterprise applications based on a single integrated platform. Examples include SAP and IFS. Here are key questions to ask unified technology companies: How can this application be evolved to meet Read More
Enterprise Application Provider May Deepen Market Impact
The worst is past for SoftBrands. However, the vendor must still deal with the problem of blending many formerly independent organizations together, while

application programming interface  its classic Fourth Shift application and evolution. Given the apparent refocusing and transfer of the sales force to the SAP Business One edition, the vendor will have to tread carefully so as to not disconcert users of the original Fourth Shift. This is especially true in light of the fact that this product's recurring revenue remains a major chunk of the company's revenue. At the very least, SoftBrands should clarify for both existing and prospective users the functional, technological, and pricing Read More
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

application programming interface  hardware emulation | integrated application delivery | integration architecture | it integration | it managed service provider | it managed service providers | linear programming optimization | load testing | maintenance network procedure | managed application | managed dedicated servers | managed it service | managed it services | managed network | managed network security | managed network service | managed network services | managed security | managed security service provider | managed security Read More
Solver’s Collaborative BI360 Business Intelligence Application Is Now a TEC Certified Solution
We are pleased to announce that the business intelligence (BI) and analytics product BI360 by Solver is now part of TEC’s certified BI applications family of

application programming interface  Collaborative BI360 Business Intelligence Application Is Now a TEC Certified Solution We are pleased to announce that the business intelligence (BI) and analytics product BI360 by Solver is now part of TEC’s certified BI applications family of products, and is available for evaluation online in the Business Intelligence and Data Management Evaluation Center . In a matter of just a couple of weeks, I’ll be providing a full certification report, where I will review the main features of BI360, Read More
Quote-to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application
Last year, I met an analyst from another firm, and asked him what he thought about quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions, given the relevance between Q2O and the

application programming interface  to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application Last year, I met an analyst from another firm, and asked him what he thought about quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions, given the relevance between Q2O and the conference that I was attending. Not quite surprisingly, the answer I got was, “this kind of application doesn’t have a future.” The conversation didn’t go any further due to limited time but I could imagine that his reasoning might have sounded like this: even though activities from quoting to Read More
Excel Users Are “Doomed.” Long Live Excel User Interface
A little while ago, in her post Beware Supply Chain Excel Users—YOU are DOOMED!!!!, my colleague Khudsiya Quadri warned Microsoft Excel users that Excel is not

application programming interface  the only prominent spreadsheet application on the market. Excel may not be a perfect tool, but after all these years, office workers’ experience has been tightly bound to Excel when they are thinking of entering, retrieving, and analyzing data. The familiarization and skills accumulated by the massive amount of Excel users are great assets to be used by enterprise software developers. I was a fan of Super Mario Bros. when it was in a low resolution 2D format on Nintendo game consoles. When I tried the Read More
Security Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security
Corporations are at risk because Web applications and servers make them susceptible to hackers and cyber crooks. However, companies can perform security risk

application programming interface  and Management in Web Application Security Originally published January 27, 2006 Security risk assessment and security risk management have become vital tasks for security officers and IT managers. Corporations face increased levels of risk almost daily from software vulnerabilities hidden in their business-technology systems to hackers and cyber crooks trying to steal proprietary corporate intellectual property, including sensitive customer information. An ever-growing list of government regulations aime Read More
Seeing through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud
Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk

application programming interface  through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk. Climbing out of the weeds to take in the big picture and lay the groundwork for better future performance seems a luxury. This report introduces best practices for improving the performance of mission-critical networked applications and provides pointers for what to look for in a Read More
Application Single-Sign On: Netegrity, Securant, or Evidian?
As security breaches become increasingly more frequent, minimizing user access to back-end systems and web applications without impacting legitimate usage is

application programming interface  Netegrity, Securant, or Evidian? Application Single-Sign On: Netegrity, Securant, or Evidian? Featured Author - Laura Taylor - December 22, 2001 Introduction    With the proliferation of web-based technologies, single sign-on has emerged as an important and central architecture solution for enterprise applications. As security breaches become increasingly more frequent, minimizing user access to back-end systems and web applications without impacting legitimate usage is more important than ever before. Read More
Cutting IT and Application Support Costs
With budgets under pressure companies must look at ways to reduce IT costs. User support is a prime candidate for scrutiny, because it takes up a significant

application programming interface  IT and Application Support Costs With budgets under pressure companies must look at ways to reduce IT costs. User support is a prime candidate for scrutiny, because it takes up a significant proportion of the budget. Putting in place a coherent, adaptable learning culture helps to ensure your support costs are minimized and employees remain productive. But there is no one-size-fits-all model. To achieve maximum impact at minimum cost, a variety of tools and approaches aligned overall with company Read More
The 70 Percent Solution: Fulfilling the Application Software Life Cycle
Application software companies unwittingly but consistently overlook significant portions of their application software life cycle, resulting in consistent

application programming interface  Percent Solution: Fulfilling the Application Software Life Cycle Application software companies unwittingly but consistently overlook significant portions of their application software life cycle, resulting in consistent under-performance of products and services, a reduced harvest, dissatisfied customers, and missed opportunities for growth. In fact, you could be neglecting up to 70 percent of the energy necessary to have your products reach and maintain peak performance throughout their life cycle. Read More
CRM Application Users Are Key to Project Success
For a customer relationship management implementation to be successful, consulting firms, vendors, and users must pay attention to user training and change

application programming interface  Application Users Are Key to Project Success The True Story Behind CRM Failure Many articles about customer resource management (CRM) project failure blame a gargantuan project scope or the software packages themselves. These are certainly among the many good reasons for those failures. However, I am more interested in the internal procedures that lead to some disastrous results. Companies are downplaying the true value of internal communication and training. In this article you will learn a number of Read More

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