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SaaS-ing the Manufacturing Opportunity
The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model is here to stay, and most vendors have noticed. Recently, the endorsement for SaaS in the realm of manufacturing

architectural fee  solutions using a multi-tenant architectural model exclusively have the prospect of releasing new functional enhancements more frequently than their on-premise peers. There are examples of SaaS pioneers similar to Salesforce.com and Employease (now part of Advanced Data Processing [ ADP ]) that have delivered over 20 major releases and several dozen smaller monthly enhancements over the past several years. Employease cites a baseball analogy, depicting traditional software vendors as trying to hit a home Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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Ariba Gains Legs Courtesy of Descartes
A new alliance places Ariba with Internet logistics solutions vendor Descartes Systems Group to help Internet businesses deliver the goods.

architectural fee  toward future functionality and architectural enhancements that ultimately may deliver on the promises. Read More...
Hybrid ERP Cloud Tales
The vast majority of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system instances are still deployed on premises for obvious historical reasons; however, a growing

architectural fee  the Agresso Vita ERP architectural capabilities.” Moving existing on-premise installations of Agresso ERP to the cloud (and back if that's what the customer wants) within hours without any changes to the setup is something UNIT4 has (albeit quietly) offered and done for years. Depending on the number and complexity of the integrations it could be a few days (UNIT4 has customers with as many as about 100 pretty complex integrations). The vendor deducts the investment the customer has previously made in Read More...
Infor24: Demystifying Infor’s Cloud Strategy - Part 1
Anyone that is still vociferously doubting and denying the future of cloud computing and its near-mainstream nature will sound as strange and nutty as some

architectural fee  ) and make no architectural changes to their applications. This  “same old SaaS (soSaaS)” stopgap approach is not sustainable in the long run, since it does not have the same economies of scale, agility, extensibility, and its implementation-centric architecture makes it incapable of delivering equivalent business value . On the other hand, other vendors will try to rewrite their applications in a multi-tenancy manner themselves. For example,  SAP has lately made significant investments across the Read More...
Oracle's Product Future: What Can the Past Tell?
Oracle does not have a history of major acquisitions, let alone experience with the subsequent integration efforts. Run by a management team that has never

architectural fee  the scope, complexity, and architectural difference of the involved products, might halt the development on existing platforms. As a result, some users may be forced to consider migration. Also, the new technology will not be fully available until 2008, and Oracle's infrastructure commitments are unclear. Although it will reportedly support IBM and Microsoft databases and BEA 's application server through 2013, it is unclear if that extends to the Project Fusion. The lesson of all of this is that one Read More...
Zooming into an Inventory Free Flow
FreeFlow, a provider of business services with a patented technology, aims to help companies improve product life cycle profitability by providing a unique

architectural fee  into an Inventory Free Flow The convenience of a 24x7 intranet marketplace may be the answer to a company's end-of-lifecycle (EOL) inventory ills. Entering their products into an online auction portal, companies can sell off their excess inventory to the highest bidder, and buyers can purchase needed items for a steal. Is There a Smarter Way to Handle Excess Active and Obsolete Inventory? Given that one man's challenge often presents another man's opportunity, this brings us again to FreeFlow ( Read More...
MSF R2 Service Architecture
As Internet and IP technologies are increasing service expectations, the number of resources available to create, deploy, and manage new services have reduced

architectural fee  and propose a new architectural solution to address these shortcomings. Read More...
Sugar Suite
Sugar Suite is an enterprise-class CRM solution encompassing four major functional components: Sugar Sales, Sugar Marketing, Sugar Support, and Sugar

architectural fee  Suite Sugar Suite is an enterprise-class CRM solution encompassing four major functional components: Sugar Sales, Sugar Marketing, Sugar Support, and Sugar Collaborate. These components are freely downoadable as Sugar Open Source or available for a fee as Sugar Professional, which is a superset of functionality, offered with SugarCRM support and professional services. Sugar Open Source is delivered as a software package, may be installed in minutes, and provides complete access to the source code. Read More...
Project-oriented Software: Many Choices, Many Differences
Professional service organizations sell not just time, but knowledge. Thus, in addition to time and expense management, a business management software product

architectural fee  precious resource for consultants, architectural and engineering firms, and similar organizations is time. Revenue is generated when this time is billed to clients, and profits are generated when the cost of doing business is less than revenue. Profits are maximized when individual employees can bill more of their time, at higher rates. While this formula sounds simplistic, achieving the goal is difficult. The business management system is the vehicle by which this precious time is tracked, applied to Read More...
Ask the Experts: Is Hosted CRM Really the Right Option for You?
We submitted this question to our analyst team to get their collective opinion. Read on to find out what they had to say.Leslie SatensteinWith the advent

architectural fee  the Experts: Is Hosted CRM Really the Right Option for You? We submitted this question to our analyst team to get their collective opinion. Read on to find out what they had to say. Leslie Satenstein With the advent of several “technological changes,” it hardly matters (from a performance point of view) if your CRM package is local or remote. • Operating systems are becoming less and less important for hosting desktop applications. • High-speed (fiber) connections are becoming increasingly low Read More...
Bentley Extends Commitment to Siemens PLM Software
The 3D computed-aided design (CAD) world continues to be co-opetitive. Many of the situations where fierce competitors end up using each other’s tools in their

architectural fee  software components in the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) software industry, where it hasn’t really been a leader, and where it hopes to catch up with Autodesk. In addition, this endorsement by Bentley should come as a consolation, given the ISO hurdles for JT and Dassault Systèmes’ recent decision to decouple the SolidWorks business logic from Parasolid and to continue with a dual kernel product strategy ( the Parasolid and the CATIA kernels ). Read More...
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Until recently, the few leaders in the lower end of the technology and platform market have hardly had any viable competition. However, Oracle is determined to

architectural fee  Gentler Giant's Success in Reaching Out to the Little Guys Originally published - May 21, 2008 For a long time, the products of Oracle , the world's largest enterprise software company, have been regarded as the “golden” technology standard (in terms of security, scalability, and availability) among the largest corporate clients. In other words, the vendor’s forte has always been the selling of enterprise-class software (i.e., high-performance, though with a hefty price tag) to enterprises. Read More...
J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year
On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company announced its return to profitability in Q4 2000, a sign the market may be buying into its Internet collaboration approach

architectural fee  D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year P.J. Jakovljevic - January 11, 2001 Event Summary On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), one of the biggest providers of enterprise applications, reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended October 31, 2000. License fee revenue grew to $137.4 million in Q4, 2000, a 36% increase over license fee revenue of $101.1 million in Q4 1999 (See Figure 1). It Read More...
The Benefits of PSA-Revenue Acceleration and Improved Efficiency
Technology changes have allowed an alternative to the client-server model to emerge, specifically the application service provider (ASP), in which the vendor

architectural fee  Benefits of PSA-Revenue Acceleration and Improved Efficiency Technology changes have allowed an alternative to the client-server model to emerge, specifically the application service provider (ASP), in which the vendor hosts the software on its server and charges a monthly or annual fee per user. The growing acceptance of ASPs has accelerated the growth of professional services automation. This paper compares the client-server and ASP models and outline ths benefits that companies are realizing from Read More...
SoftBrands to Institute Fourth Shift for SAP Business One Manufacturing Work-Plan Part Three: Market Impact
SAP seems to have grasped that the key to success in the SMB market is brand awareness and an apt product, since SMBs are looking for support from incumbent

architectural fee  to Institute Fourth Shift for SAP Business One Manufacturing Work-Plan Part Three: Market Impact Market Impact At the National Manufacturing Week ( NMW ) event, held February 23-26, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois (US), SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), the leading provider of enterprise applications, announced the availability of new industry-specific solutions for small and midsize manufacturing companies, with the aim of extending its leadership as a provider of solutions for an even broader range of companies Read More...

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