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Intel Chip Shortage Continuing
Intel Corporation has yet again been unable to meet the shipment requirements of a major PC manufacturer. This time it is Dell, one of Intel's strongest allies.

ate market  Pentium III chips. We ate that difference in order to fill the demand that we created, Meredith said. On the high-end, We didn't get the volumes we would have liked. These problems come on the heels of the highly-publicized complaints by Gateway that Intel was unable to keep up with Gateway's requirements, resulting in lost revenues for Gateway. Intel expects that its newest fabrication plant (to be called Fab 22), along with $800 million worth of its updates to its Hudson, Mass., fab, should help eas

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Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM)

The Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM) Knowledge Base research helps determine support levels of various systems that help companies market their services or products effectively and efficiently. EMM tools help manage strategic planning and marketing resources (sometimes referred to as marketing resource management or MRM). This KB also covers rule-based techniques, pattern recognition, and other profiling features.  

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ate market  do with what we ate at the time, but the feeling of being listless and other unpleasant (and unspeakable) G.I. bug symptoms were quite similar to those that food poisoning outbreaks can “treat” us to. Food processing and distribution are not be the only market with burning product safety issues, since similar issues can also apply to the drug and pharmaceuticals sector or consumer packaged goods (CPGs); remember lead-tainted toys or antifreeze-laced toothpaste coming from China? Still, we all seem to Read More

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ate market  Market Consolidation Been Crystal-Clearly Actuated? Part Two: Market Impact Event Summary The frantic first week of June that marked an outright internecine war in the ERP space, seems to have been somewhat repeated in the second half of July, but this time in the business intelligence (BI) market. The following acquisitions were announced: Business Objects will acquire Crystal Decisions Hyperion will acquire Brio Software Actuate Corporation has completed the acquisition of Nimble Technology Geac and Read More

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ate market  PC Market Event Summary Latest figures show that Dell Computer Corporation has now passed Compaq Computer Corporation, and taken the top spot for U.S. PC market share. This is the first time Dell has reached this position for the overall PC market, and symbolizes the leadership fight between Compaq and Dell. The numbers for the market, both US and worldwide, are shown in Tables 1 and 2, below. In addition to gaining the top US spot, Dell has increased its share of the worldwide PC market, and narrowed Read More

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ate market  the new technology to create new business value. The world hasn't been the same since. Today, any business of reasonable size is integrated with its support technologies, whether the business is aware of it or not. With the rise of the World Wide Web, the breadth of technologies and associated business services has exploded, and will continue to do so without much in sight - short of an economic collapse - to stop it. Forward thinking service providers provide measurable value to their clients - and have Read More

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ate market  Systems Market Primer With recent dramatic advances in business telephone technology are you aware of all the different systems and options currently available to your company? Get up to speed quickly and easily with the Phone Systems Market Primer . In this comprehensive guide, you’ll get the inside story on vendors and products, basic and advanced features, hosted vs. on-premise systems, implementation and support, and cost considerations. You'll even get a full glossary of business telephone term Read More

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ABAS Business Software has built a name for itself as a mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor to contend with. In his latest article, TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the company’s major ERP offering, describes how the mid-market ERP vendor the differentiated itself from the pack, and talks with Alan Salton to get the president’s perspective on the company’s products, challenges, and strategies.

ate market  1980. The company is located in Karlsruhe, Germany, and started as a custom programming firm for manufacturing enterprises, and had its name changed to ABAS shortly after its inception in 1980. In 1993, ABAS introduced its first complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) package, built from the manufacturing side and rounded out with financial, cost accounting, and planning/scheduling modules. The company first exhibited at CeBit in 1993 and founded its first German sales subsidiaries in the same year Read More

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ate market  the intellectual property of privately-held MS2, Inc. , a provider of the product portfolio management solution, MS2 Accelerate Completion of the acquisition of ProductFactory, Inc. , another product portfolio management company Completion of the acquisition of oneREV, Inc. of Cupertino, CA, which added important enabling technology that should benefit Agile's customers by speeding the exchange of information between Agile systems and external information sources Launch of Agile MD , a PLM solution Read More

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ate market  of the world's leading private investment firms. Backed by nearly USD $14 billion in investment capital, the investment group plans to employ a growth oriented, long-term strategy to the Baan business, in the manner similar to the incredulous comeback of SSA Global Technologies (SSA GT) ( www.ssagt.com ), incredulous comeback. Very likely the new mid-market manufacturing ERP empire-in-the-making will be spared from any unnecessary controversy and the stalemate that embroils Oracle , PeopleSoft and J.D. Read More

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ate market  requires and identify a strategy vendors might take to improve the fit of their solutions to this market. Read More

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ate market  to acquire Extricity, Inc. (privately held). Extricity will contribute its B2B relationship management software as Peregrine creates a digital business offering that provides a full range of software products and managed Internet services using Peregrine's Get2Connect SM global trading network. The vendor intends for the combined offering to remove frictional cost from collaborative commerce by seamlessly connecting businesses, people, and applications. The two companies will leverage Peregrine's core Read More

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ate market  Enterprise resource planning (ERP) integrated software solutions have become synonymous with competitiveness, particularly throughout the 1990's. ERP systems replace islands of information with a single, packaged software solution that integrates all traditional enterprise management functions (transactions) like financials, human resources/payroll, and manufacturing & logistics (See Essential ERP - Its Functional Scope for more details). We also believe that having an ERP system is a prerequisite in Read More

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ate market  to the New Retail Market The current market is asking retailers some difficult questions—ones their existing processes and tools can’t answer. It takes a mix of science, retail intelligence, and merchandising art to ensure that every store in a supply chain carries the right inventory, while maintaining a high service level and market share. Learn how to better respond to the demands of consumers and rationalize your assortment at a local level. Read More

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ate market  economic slowdown, triggered the spate of mergers & acquisitions throughout 2001 (see The Mid-Market Is Consolidating, Lo And Behold ). As the ground seems to be settling down from quakes and tremors of these mergers, some renown, still independent mid-market ERP vendors seem to be on the course to natively deliver some 'must have' functionality beyond core ERP. These Tier2/Tier 3 vendors are prepared to endure the onslaught of the likes of SAP , Oracle , and PeopleSoft , as well as of proverbial Read More