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Navision Becoming More Visible
In March Navision Software a/s announced it signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company's partner

article navision  Becoming More Visible Navision Becoming More Visible P.J. Jakovljevic - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary In March Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of financial and business management software solutions for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market, announced it has signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company's partner network of more than 900 Navision Solution Centers to sell and distribute Microsoft BackOffice products Read More...
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Siebel Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision
Siebel Systems, the leading CRM vendor, remains the most eligible CRM bachelor. On June 21, Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of ERP solutions for mid

article navision  Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision Siebel Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision P.J. Jakovljevic - July 25, 2000 Event Summary According to the press release on both companies' web sites, Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, and Siebel Systems Inc., the leading supplier of CRM software, announced on June 21 a worldwide agreement to deliver customer-focused eBusiness solutions to meet the needs of mid-sized companies . Read More...
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision
This is a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

article navision  One of a two-part article reprinted form Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision . Part Two will cover design factors related to manufacturing environments and integration with warehouse management, e-commerce, relationship management, service management, and accounting applications. TEC previously reprinted a chapter on Sales and Operations Planning . This excerpt of the Summary chapter is presented in two parts. The book can be ordered on amazon.com or books.mcgraw-hill.com . Design Fac Read More...
Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion
Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP

article navision  Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion P.J. Jakovljevic - May 11, 2000 Vendor Summary Navision Software is an international provider of financial and business management software solutions for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market. Founded in 1984, with headquarters in Vedbaek, Denmark, the Company is currently one of the fastest-growing enterprise applications vendors, with approximately $92 million in revenue in fiscal 1999 (136% revenue growth Read More...
Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and

article navision  Executes At a Slower Pace Navision Executes At a Slower Pace P.J. Jakovljevic - October 26, 2000 Event Summary In September, Navision Software a/c (CSE: NAVI.CO), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, released annual report for fiscal 2000 that ended on June 30, 2000 (See Figures 1 and 2). Navision Software achieved 36.8% annual revenue growth in fiscal 2000. Navision Software's solutions are sold exclusively through a worldwide network of close to 1000 Read More...
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.

article navision  vendors. As the above-mentioned article discusses, the future of ERP means sharper vertical focus. For many industries or verticals, significant operational advantage can be gained by going with a vendor who focuses in their industry. The best of these focused vendors typically limit their target market to a few, closely related industries. Note, industry focus means application function, not industry specific brochures. Additions Involve Integration    But what is the true cost of going the best of Read More...
Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China?
This article discusses the risks and opportunities related to outsourcing software development to China. It concludes that China, as an outsourcing destination,

article navision  in India. In the article Dealing with Cultural Nuances in Offshore Outsourcing Relationships , Kathleen Goolsby writes that IT salaries can be 30 times higher in India than in China [7] . Although the number seems somewhat high to me—based my understanding of the Chinese labor market—I do agree that there is a good cost savings opportunity in China today. Price convergence may occur sooner or later since China is one of the countries that have recently recorded high salary increases (7-8% in year Read More...
The Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications
In this article we describe author's experience with the distributed development of multi-lingual three-tier Java/ CORBA/database Internet applications. We

article navision  Applications Introduction In this article we describe the author's experience with the unconventional development of Internet applications. They were developed for a Suisse bank as a joint cooperation between the author located in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and a Suisse software development company. The software was developed in a distributed fashion without any physical access to the production site. Due to the very strict bank's security rules, previously developed applications used by the newly developed Read More...
Is One Country Good Enough to Handle Your Outsourcing Business?
Recently, I touched on the idea of building a vendor portfolio to help manage risks associated with software outsourcing practices in the article Should North

article navision  outsourcing practices in the article Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China? I’d like to use this blog post to give some complementary readings for those who read the article and felt the vendor portfolio idea interesting. The concept of “portfolio” is very prominent in the finance world. “In finance, a portfolio is an appropriate mix of or collection of investments held by an institution or a private individual.” ( Wikipedia ) The practices of portfolio management Read More...
Software Selection Slagging
Consulting firm, 180 Systems, posted a little note regarding an article we recently published on some parts of the evaluation and selection process that we

article navision  little note regarding an article we recently published on some parts of the evaluation and selection process that we promote. I'd recommend checking out the 180 site for additional information. In fact they have a brief list of steps that tend to be very similar to commonly recognized selection best-practices, and are in many ways, close to what we at TEC recommend (more on that later as we're preparing to publish our internal guide). 180 Systems has a few perspectives to contribute on the subject and Read More...
Inside Look at the Success of Cloud Field Service Provider ServiceMax-Part 1
TEC’s recent article on IFS’ recent success in the field service management (FSM) market by no means implies that other FSM players are not prospering. Indeed

article navision  1 TEC ’s recent article on IFS ’ recent success in the field service management (FSM) market by no means implies that other FSM players are not prospering. Indeed, one of those players is ServiceMax , which is garnering quite a bit of attention in the field service market, and more than doubles its revenues, receivables, pipeline production, and bookings each year. It also provides one of the most vibrant applications on the salesforce.com ’s AppExchange marketplace. AppExchange currently features Read More...
How to (Ab)Use Your Employees as a Social Platform
Last month I came across Julie Bort's article Your Company Might Think It Can Control Your Facebook Account Soon, which depicted current social guidance efforts

article navision  came across Julie Bort's article Your Company Might Think It Can Control Your Facebook Account Soon , which depicted current social guidance efforts by a few large brands such as Pepsi, Dell, Gap, and Intel. She brought up the interesting point that Pepsi is mulling over the idea of engaging its employees—i.e., its most treasured resource—in extracurricular activities. And this is exactly what I want to discuss with you today. What Is Employee Social Media Marketing? Social media marketing has caught Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

article navision  Operational CRM, see the Article CRM is Busting Out of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM are Born . Opt-In Marketing - This is a type of marketing where users give a company their permission, either directly or indirectly, to market to them. You often see requests for Opt-in marketing when filling out User Profiles on web sites. They often ask at the end if it would be OK for them to send your information to related and relevant parties who might have offers that would be Read More...
Thriving and Surviving in a Turbulent World Part Two: Planning and Its Results
This article outlines the planning and results of an adaptive management process for manufacturing executives, who employ demand and supply chain planning

article navision  One of a two-part article. Steps 1 through 4 of the adaptive management process are covered in this part. Part Two will cover Steps 5 through 7. 5. Plan for thriving in troubled waters Everyone who has been part of an expedition in a hostile environment understands the importance of planning. This is second nature. An omitted tool, an overly optimistic forecast, or a lack of terrain reconnaissance may all cause the loss of a life. The same goes for a business taking a ride through troubled times. Some Read More...
Process Manufacturers: Are You Running the Wrong Type of ERP Software? [SURVEY]
Take the survey now! Or read on to find out why we're talking about this.*In his article Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer, TEC author Joe Strub

article navision  this. * In his article Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer , TEC author Joe Strub explains the difference between process and discrete manufacturing with an example: Once you make a can of soda, you cannot return it back to its basic components such as carbonated water, citric acid, potassium benzoate, aspartame, and other ingredients. You cannot put the juice back into the orange. A car or computer, on the other hand, can be disassembled and the parts, to a large extent, can be returned to stock. Read More...

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