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Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for ERP for Non-manufacturing Services Certification Report
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for services solutions in TEC's Evaluation

baan manufacturing review  E-Business Suite (12.1) for ERP for Non-manufacturing Services Certification Report TEC Product Certification Report: Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing) If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. At Technology Evaluation Centers, we help companies like yours research, evaluate, and select the best enterprise software solutions for their unique business requirements. From small businesses

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Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. 

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Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite? Part Three: Market Impact and User Recommendations


Baan's focus on discrete manufacturing has not been a close fit with Invensys' plant automation products that have been geared mostly to process industries. To that end, Invensys has had a nightmarish job of trying to rationalize Baan and its process ERP counterparts, Protean and PRISM, development - strategy abandonment has been a catchphrase of late. Thus, while the savvy buyer will obtain much improved technology and large customer base in need for new products, the overriding problem has been the lingering negative sentiment around the company, as viability of the vendor is of utmost importance in the enterprise applications space.

baan manufacturing review  the process sector. Thus, Baan will have then been singled out as the discrete manufacturing black sheep' in the family, causing Invensys to review the carrying value of its investment in Baan, and to move it into its window shop Development division. Still, one should note that Invensys has not deteriorated Baan's business; quite the contrary, it has kept some prominent Baan veteran staffers in charge, who did a notable work to keep the company afloat, possibly better than many would have expected Read More

Will Glovia Glow Again Through Its Hub And VARs? Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations


While the Fujitsu/Glovia relationship has worked well in Japan, a difficult market for many other ERP vendors to penetrate, it may prove to be quite a different case in other markets. Further, until recently, Glovia’s middle and top management team had long been in a state of flux and often poached by recently higher-flying competitors in the markets it attempts to regain. Further, one cannot help feeling that Glovia’s knowledge of its target market has always been deeper than its market visibility and share.

baan manufacturing review  as the likes of Baan and J.D. Edwards . Glovia's strategy going forward may be impeded by Fujitsu/Glovia brand confusion (associated with different markets, i.e., ERP vs. automation), as well as by seemingly disparate products amenability to different market segments (mid-market vs. Tier 1). In addition to venturing into a new territory for Glovia (outside of traditional ERP), the multiple product delivery had for some time confused/detracted customers, sales force and partners. All of them were not Read More

'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Procurement, and SCM Unite! A Series Study


Now in 2001, the catchphrase is 'Collaborative Commerce', where we unite all of the elements of ERP, CRM, E-Procurement, and SCM into one coherent system within and between organizations. This is the stuff system integrators dream of.

baan manufacturing review  , J.D. Edwards , Baan , IFS , Oracle , and PeopleSoft . ERP and CRM: Their trademark functionality  Let's review the very high level attributes of both ERP and CRM systems, in order to set us up for evaluating the state of various vendor C-Commerce solutions. ERP Enterprise Resource Planning, which came into its own in the early 90's, is typically comprised of the following key high-level components: Manufacturing and Logistics Finances and Accounting Human Resources and Payroll For a complete Read More

ROI Systems MANAGE-s Well Past 2000 Part 2: Impact and Recommendations


Expanding incrementally, with goals that are carefully balanced with providing excellent customer support, close attention to the bottom line, and leveraging a tried-and-true business model, partnerships and technologies has been ROI Systems' formula of success. It is now in a position to move forward with its plans for further needed product enhancements, staffing expansion and company growth, at a time when many of its peers continue to struggle.

baan manufacturing review  Edwards' World Software , Baan IV , SSA GT's BPCS v.5 , and so on). A painless upgrade should be the case also with ROI's most recent version 7.0 of its MANAGE 2000 software suite, despite the fact that it now integrates traditional ERP features with customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and e-business collaboration capabilities. Release 7.0, which is based on eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for easier access, navigation, and global interfacing, is indeed a significant Read More

ERP in Manufacturing 2012: The Evolving ERP Strategy


This Aberdeen Group report, based on over 170 survey respondents in manufacturing, provides best-in-class manufacturing approaches to ERP strategy. Today, 92% of manufacturers have implemented ERP. Still, recent data finds that a successful ERP implementation goes well beyond just putting it into place. ERP, and the organization itself, should be constantly moving forward. Successful manufacturers tailor ERP in reaction to business change and needs including adding new functionality or mobile access.

baan manufacturing review  in Manufacturing 2012: The Evolving ERP Strategy This Aberdeen Group report, based on over 170 survey respondents in manufacturing, provides best-in-class manufacturing approaches to ERP strategy. Today, 92% of manufacturers have implemented ERP. Still, recent data finds that a successful ERP implementation goes well beyond just putting it into place. ERP, and the organization itself, should be constantly moving forward. Successful manufacturers tailor ERP in reaction to business change and needs Read More

Coordinating Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-win Proposition for Both Sides of Manufacturing Partnerships


Managing the demands of constant change is one of the biggest challenges facing the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry today. Collaboration between original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and contract manufacturers (CMs) can help both sides leverage the supply chain to manage change. Find out about a solution that can help you create a successful collaboration strategy that optimizes your supply chain.

baan manufacturing review  Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-win Proposition for Both Sides of Manufacturing Partnerships Coordinating Outsourced Manufacturing: A Win-Win Proposition for OEMs and CMs If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Kinaxis has gained significant recognition in the marketplace for its focus on delivering a real-time supply chain that drives operations performance management in manufacturing and demand management. Read More

Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing


Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help alleviate many of the challenges particular to the process manufacturers, especially in the areas of product development and regulatory compliance.

baan manufacturing review  for Product Development in Process Manufacturing P.J. Jakovljevic - February 5, 2010 Originally Published - March 10, 2007 As seen in such articles as Product Life Cycle Management in Process or Process Manufacturing Software: A Primer , what the process manufacturing industry lacks in glamour, it certainly makes up for in complexity. Traditionally, manufacturing is divided into two categories: process and discrete (if one is not counting hybrid, mixed-mode environments). Many differences exist Read More

Petrochemical Manufacturing


Companies in the petrochemical industry manage the operations and processes that transform crude oil and other raw materials into chemical products. There are two major categories of petrochemical companies:
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  • companies that use these basic chemicals to create materials that can then be used in other industries to produce finished products, such as plastics, detergents, paints, fertilizers, polyester, etc.


baan manufacturing review  Manufacturing Companies in the petrochemical industry manage the operations and processes that transform crude oil and other raw materials into chemical products. There are two major categories of petrochemical companies: companies that refine oil and other raw materials and convert them into basic chemicals such as ethylene; and companies that use these basic chemicals to create materials that can then be used in other industries to produce finished products, such as plastics, detergents, Read More

ERP in Manufacturing 2009: an Aberdeen Report


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baan manufacturing review  in Manufacturing 2009: an Aberdeen Report It's no surprise. According to a recent survey of over 435 manufacturers, the number one enterprise resource planning (ERP) business driver is the need to cut costs. But what are the other major business challenges shaping ERP strategies in 2009? Are manufacturers turning to point solutions or integrated ERP modules to achieve their goals? And which ERP practices are best-in-class manufacturers employing? Find out in the Aberdeen report , ERP in Manufacturing Read More

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 enterprise resource planning has come from a veteran vendor and SaaS pioneer.

baan manufacturing review  in 2001 by Jan Baan). NetSuite has been in business for at least as long as Salesforce.com has, and it reportedly has thousands of customers globally that are using its online applications. These applications include a broad functional scope for running a business well beyond the realm of SFA or customer relationship management (CRM) to tackle the important aspects of order management. The company has espoused SuiteFlex , an application development platform that specifically targets its channel partners. Read More

Reference Guide to Discrete Manufacturing ERP Software Functions and Features


This reference guide provides insight into the discrete manufacturing ERP features and functions currently available on today’s market. It will help you determine which ERP features are a high priority for your organization, and which features are a lower priority.

baan manufacturing review  Guide to Discrete Manufacturing ERP Software Functions and Features By Anne Le Bris and Melissa Vaes, with contributions from TEC analyst data   So, you’re a discrete manufacturer looking for an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. This reference guide, based on TEC’s Discrete ERP Request for Proposal (RFP) Template, provides insight into the discrete manufacturing ERP features and functions currently available on today’s market. It will help you to determine which ERP features are a Read More

ISA-95 Enables Manufacturing Analytics


Manufacturing analytics is fundamental to enabling an enterprise to run at peak performance. For management to achieve this condition, it needs to have an underlying data collection and management system that looks to the total enterprise. Data collected at the packaging line must be available and compatible with financial and operational data, so that maximum value can be achieved.

baan manufacturing review  95 Enables Manufacturing Analytics Manufacturing analytics is fundamental to enabling an enterprise to run at peak performance. For management to achieve this condition, it needs to have an underlying data collection and management system that looks to the total enterprise. Data collected at the packaging line must be available and compatible with financial and operational data, so that maximum value can be achieved. Read More

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The market place is awash with many kinds of manufacturing scheduling systems. Due to the dynamic nature of the manufacturing shop floor, it is of utmost importance that a manufacturing scheduling system can take care of these dynamic conditions.

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