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About Big Data
TEC analyst Jorge Garcia discusses the key issues surrounding big data, the different ways to manage it, and the major vendors offering big data solutions. There may not be a consensus with respect to just how big

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: About Big Data About Big Data Jorge García - November 18, 2011 Read Comments There is no general consensus with respect to how big big data is—some companies deal with data volumes in the order of terabytes or even petabytes—but not many people will disagree that managing these huge amounts of data represents a challenge. It’s fair to say that we’re dealing with big data when traditional relational databases and systems are no longer sufficient. Things as simple as data storage and movement
11/18/2011 2:08:00 PM

About WebFirst
WebFirst enables customers to dynamically access the CustomerFirst database utilizing standard web browsers. Through a secure portal on a corporate web site, customers can perform a variety of functions related to incident reporting, as well as customer and contact information.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: About WebFirst About WebFirst Source: RTI Software Document Type: White Paper Description: WebFirst enables customers to dynamically access the CustomerFirst database utilizing standard web browsers. Through a secure portal on a corporate web site, customers can perform a variety of functions related to incident reporting, as well as customer and contact information. About WebFirst style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),  
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

About Austar
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ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: About Austar About Austar Source: Professional Advantage Document Type: Brochure Description: ... About Austar style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Professional Advantage Learn more about Professional Advantage Readers who downloaded this brochure also read these popular documents! Welch s
7/30/2010 3:51:00 PM

IBM is Serious About SMB
In the battle for market supremacy, IBM wants to win by reducing Microsoft's market potential. IBM has selected the infrastructure as its battlefield. Both companies are heavily investing to attract best-of-breed channel partners that will be instrumental to a successful small and midsize business (SMB) strategy.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: IBM is Serious About SMB IBM is Serious About SMB Kevin Ramesan - September 10, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary At its recent analyst gathering in New York, IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM), used the occasion to pound its small and medium businesses (SMB) strategy. This time we are poised to win the leadership battle expressed one of their executives. The battle IBM refers to goes back to the early times when Microsoft dethroned IBM in its supremacy over operating systems. IBM has now been involved for more
9/10/2003

The Lesser-Known (Social) Facts about Microsoft Dynamics CRM
With the continued success of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, one wonders how the company can continue to provide innovative products and dominate the CRM market? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic talks with the CRM product manager on how the product’s lesser-known facts, including new social collaboration and customer service capabilities, meet customers’ changing needs and sustain the product’s stronghold of the CRM market.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: The Lesser-Known (Social) Facts about Microsoft Dynamics CRM The Lesser-Known (Social) Facts about Microsoft Dynamics CRM P.J. Jakovljevic - October 31, 2011 Read Comments In TEC ’s 2010 blog series on Microsoft Dynamics CRM , I discussed the ongoing upbeat state of affairs of the Microsoft product, and described it as one of the best-performing products within the entire Microsoft Corporation as of late. In a nutshell, in 2009, the customer relationship management (CRM) product, then at its fourth
10/31/2011 12:00:00 PM

PeopleSoft 8 Launched – Anything to Write Home About?
PeopleSoft, once a high flyer owing to its congenial culture and slick ERP product, has unveiled a number of new, possibly revolutionary enterprise applications that it hopes will help it end a protracted dry season and put it back on the ERP top chart. The company has invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop the product. It has now emerged with a new platform, a new set of products and a new attitude of lambasting competition.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: PeopleSoft 8 Launched – Anything to Write Home About? PeopleSoft 8 Launched – Anything to Write Home About? P.J. Jakovljevic - September 7, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - September 7, 2000 Event Summary According to a press release from July 11, PeopleSoft Inc., a leading business applications provider, launched PeopleSoft 8, a new generation of pure Internet e-business applications offering browser-based access and open integration across enterprise boundaries. PeopleSoft claims to have
9/7/2000

Prix Innovation Ouverte 2012 – Bombardier Transport
TEC was honored as a 2012 laureate of the l’Association pour le développement de la recherche et de l’innovation du Québec (ADRIQ) Prix Innovations...

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: Prix Innovation Ouverte 2012 – Bombardier Transport Bombardier Transportation’s innovative Train of the Future project has led the company to collaborate with many partners during its research phase, including TEC, for the use of its decision support platform in selecting railway components; Amesys, for testing; Silicomp Canada, for simulation software; and CRIM, for its expertise. While CRIM s researchers and professionals have helped to resolve the problems that Bombardier Transportation’s R&D
1/3/2013 5:44:00 PM

J.D. Edwards – A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards
Like most of its peers, J.D. Edwards is hoping to rebound by focusing on Internet collaboration and extended-ERP applications. The company has also differentiated itself from competitors by embedding Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) into its OneWorld product. While J.D. Edwards' move into the EAI arena is indisputably risky, we commend its determination to bite the bullet and include integration systems into the core product offering. However, we also believe that managing this large application portfolio, much of which involves partnering or extensive integration and customization, will be cumbersome. Part 1 presents an overview

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: J.D. Edwards – A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards J.D. Edwards – A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards P.J. Jakovljevic - November 8, 2000 Read Comments J.D. Edwards - A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards P.J. Jakovljevic - November 8, 2000 Executive Summary J.D. Edwards & Company is a leading global provider of enterprise business software applications
11/8/2000

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.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive) It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive) Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: 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
1/14/2009 1:50:00 PM

The Truth about Agent Training and Turnover in the Contact Center
Assumption: Call center turnover will always be higher than you want, no matter what you do. If this is true (and a mounting body of research suggests it is), you’ll need to complement rewards such as bonus pay, flex time, and public recognition with other means of getting the most productivity from your agents before they head for greener pastures.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: The Truth about Agent Training and Turnover in the Contact Center The Truth about Agent Training and Turnover in the Contact Center Source: Panviva Document Type: White Paper Description: Assumption: Call center turnover will always be higher than you want, no matter what you do. If this is true (and a mounting body of research suggests it is), you’ll need to complement rewards such as bonus pay, flex time, and public recognition with other means of getting the most productivity from your agents before
1/9/2007 9:08:00 AM

Once Bitten” Vendor Is Not “Twice Shy” about New Acquisition
IFS Defence Ltd., a joint venture between BAE Systems and IFS, recently acquired iSC, a British custom software firm. However, some product integration issues and questions about long-term benefits for IFS customers outside the defense sector should be monitored.

ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOSS: Once Bitten” Vendor Is Not “Twice Shy” about New Acquisition Once Bitten” Vendor Is Not “Twice Shy” about New Acquisition P.J. Jakovljevic - April 16, 2008 Read Comments Much has been said lately by Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) and other market observers about the ongoing turnaround success of IFS (OMX STO: IFS), the global enterprise applications company. Founded in 1983 in Sweden, the company can now boast approximately $300 million (USD) in revenues and 2,650 employees worldwide.
4/16/2008


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