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Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the
While not really a household name in North America before the Macola acquisition, Exact has always been a force to reckon with in the lower end of the ERP mid

as 400 working  this series.) Moreover, the as separate companies, Macola and Exact had rarely competed with one another because each company's distribution channel focused on its own continent. Macola's former Progression Series and its subsequent Exact Macola ES have become the bread-winning products for the North American market and Exact Globe 2000 being the European ERP and accounting counterpart. Exact's new web-based product e-Synergy was the overarching umbrella for e-business front-to-back office processes. At Read More...
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Jeeves-Thriving Organically as a Humble Servant
Jeeves Information Systems, an innovative Swedish enterprise applications provider, seems to be making the right moves towards remaining a force within its

as 400 working  the series Jeeves—Thriving Organically as a Humble Servant . Until its recent acquisitions, which we'll look at shortly, Jeeves's business model was exclusively indirect, since most of its employees were working on product development. Its revenues are thus sourced from licensing and maintenance fees. Sales, installation, modification, and servicing are effected through nearly 400 partner professionals worldwide, which gives Jeeves a presence in about 50 locations in 18 countries, primarily in Europe. Read More...
Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the
The current market trend is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) with a justifiable return on

as 400 working  certainly counts, as well as the consequent size of the research and development budget. While Exact's solid cash position of over 80 million and its cash flow operations are impressive, they are dwarfed by the above competitors' respective resources. In fact, one can never discount the possibility of either of these vendors simply acquiring their archrival if it is necessary to remove a major recurring competitive hurdle. Exact's value added resellers (VAR) channel strategy also seems to be unclear at Read More...
Lawson Software Expands Vertically As Well
On October 12, Lawson Software announced the formation of a new vertical market initiative for the telecommunications industry, its sixth and newest vertical

as 400 working  extended ERP functions such as CRM (through an OEM agreement with Siebel). SEA refers to Lawson's long-standing initiative to tremendously simplify the learning curve required by users; it features intuitive Web user interfaces and navigational tools. Extensions are customizable applications for areas that include workflow, e-commerce, and analytics. Lawson has also built an impressive mind share in the ASP market, which is becoming increasingly attractive to its target market. Lawson's product offering Read More...
SAP as a Retail Market Force: More Fact Than Fiction
Can SAP, a market and technology leader in business management software, translate its success in the manufacturing industry to retail? TEC principal analyst P

as 400 working  them before sending them as PDF files or through an electronic data interchange (EDI) interface. With the ability to issue PDF invoices, Crossgate users can also incorporate smaller suppliers and other companies that don’t use SAP into their networks. The German supermarket chain Edeka , for example, uses SAP E-Invoicing for Compliance by Crossgate in a cloud-based format. Users should put to rest their security concerns: the solution meets security specifications in over 38 countries and has special Read More...
Software as a Service’ (SaaS) Right for Your Organization
Ten years ago, very few managers would consider “subscribing” to their mission critical technology solutions over the Internet, as they would subscribe to cable

as 400 working  as a Service’ (SaaS) Right for Your Organization Ten years ago, very few managers would consider “subscribing” to their mission critical technology solutions over the Internet, as they would subscribe to cable television or telephone services. Today, these same managers are realizing the substantial cost savings and productivity increases that the software as a service (SaaS) deployment option can bring to their organizations. Read More...
The Customer as a Strategic Asset
Ask 500 CEOs to define the word “customer,” and you’ll come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are

as 400 working  Customer as a Strategic Asset Ask 500 CEOs to define the word “customer,” and you’ll come up with 500 different answers—with a few common denominators. It turns out these denominators are the same ones used to describe an organization’s long-term strategic assets. Yet for many organizations, customers aren’t considered assets at all; and yet they’re expected to constitute the lifeblood of the business itself. Read More...
EDI versus. XML--Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing?
Electronic data interchange (EDI), extensible markup language (XML) , and any other format are merely

as 400 working  has earned a reputation as a complex, rigid, and expensive means of business document and data exchange among trading partners, one would expect it to be relegated as a relic of a bygone era. In the computer business, where new technologies can come and go almost overnight, EDI should have long become an artifact, let alone a technology with a mid-life crisis considering a number of younger technologies, such as DOS or FORTRAN, have already succumbed to extinction. EDI emerged in the 1960s when the Read More...
TEC Research Analyst Round Table: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
Software-as-a-service (SaaS): friend or foe? SaaS—also known as on-demand or hosted applications—is becoming more and more popular in a number of enterprise

as 400 working  or foe? SaaS—also known as on-demand or hosted applications—is becoming more and more popular in a number of enterprise application areas and quickly changing the minds of many a skeptic. SaaS is changing the way organizations pay for, implement, and run their software applications. Unlike traditional applications, which are paid for up front and installed on your company’s premises (on premise), SaaS applications are hosted at the vendor site and are paid for through a monthly subscription model. Read More...
Understanding the Planning and Deployment Requirements of Today’s Software-as-a-service Solutions
Midsize businesses are learning the hard way that most enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications are not truly on-demand, but instead require

as 400 working  Software-as-a-service Solutions : Software as a Service (SaaS) (Wikipedia) Understanding the Planning and Deployment Requirements of Today's Software-as-a-service Solutions SaaS Solutions is also known as : Software as a Service Solutions , Software Deployment Over the Internet , Service on Demand , Software on Demand , On-demand Software as a Service , On-demand SaaS Solutions , SaaS Alternative , Defining SaaS , Enterprise SaaS Applications , Key Business Benefits of SaaS Solutions , Example of a SaaS Read More...
Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the
Exact has established a global infrastructure and a network of offices offering direct support, sales, and services with the aim of providing customers a

as 400 working  the subsequent Kewill acquisition as well as with relatively recent acquisitions of four best performing resellers, Exact Software has meanwhile opened several additional regional offices for local sales and support for all its products throughout the US. In North America, Exact now boasts more than 11,000 customers (almost exclusively within manufacturing), 11 offices, and over 130 channel partners.(For information on the Kewill acquisition, see Is Enterprise Market Consolidating? Exactly! ). Moreover, Read More...
Logility, IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400
IBM and B2B collaborative supply chain planning vendor Logility, Inc. have partnered to offer a joint solution for the AS/400e server platform.

as 400 working  software, and services components as well as Logility's Voyager application software. Logility products are currently available for the IBM Netfinity and RS/6000 servers. Market Impact The move is a good one for Atlanta-based Logility, which derives the vast majority of its revenues from NT-based solutions. Though Logility still offers its applications for Unix, it concedes that very little demand exists for Unix among its chiefly mid-market customers. The deal should give Logility a foothold within Read More...
Top 10 Reasons to Consider Software as a Service for E-mail Archiving
For businesses of all sizes, especially those lacking the IT resources and budget for an in-house e-mail archiving solution, a software-as-a-service (SaaS

as 400 working  Reasons to Consider Software as a Service for E-mail Archiving For businesses of all sizes, especially those lacking the IT resources and budget for an in-house e-mail archiving solution, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution may offer a feasible and effective alternative. SaaS e-mail archiving can be implemented in days rather than months, eliminate upfront hardware and software costs, and get transparent, continuous upgrades. Discover the other benefits of SaaS e-mail solutions. Read More...
Fourth Shift Corporation: Working Overtime To Provide Complete Customer Care
Fourth Shift claims to have grasped the requirements of its target market (SMEs) that wish to acquire most of their business applications from a single source

as 400 working  small and mid-market companies as well as divisions and subsidiaries of larger Global 2500 corporations. Founded in 1982 with headquarters in Minneapolis, MN, USA, Fourth Shift generated $69.2 million in revenue in fiscal 1999. Approximately 66% of the company's sales come from consulting, maintenance, and other support services, while approximately 27% of its total revenue is derived outside of the North American market. Its flagship product, Fourth Shift (formerly MSS), comprises over 60 modules that Read More...
Software-as-a-service Overview
The software-as-a-service platform enables users to access software applications anytime, from anywhere, via an Internet browser. A SaaS business model enables

as 400 working  as-a-service Overview The software-as-a-service platform enables users to access software applications anytime, from anywhere, via an Internet browser. A SaaS business model enables companies to purchase business software on a monthly subscription basis, and eliminate the need for servers or on-staff support personnel. This fact sheet gives you a quick run-down of what SaaS is, what kind of company it’s best suited for, and why. Read More...
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