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Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future
A typical ERP system indeed now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a strong technical

back end applications  reliably trace the problem back to the software or implementation. Although the report does not mention it specifically, the general feeling is that the percentage of failed implementations is higher in the higher-end of the market. For more information, see The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations . Closely related to the above would be the inherent adequacies that traditional ERP systems have had, some of which have been noted earlier, and which have left enterprises struggling with a system Read More
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Composing Collaborative Financial Applications
With its short term ownership under Baan all but forgotten, CODA has been doing well, owing to its astute offerings tailored to the preferences of each regional

back end applications  applications, facilitating complex hub-and-spoke back-end business integrations. There is also an apparent commitment to Microsoft technologies; for example, analytics solutions like Analytic Explorer and CODA Intelligence will exploit SQL Server 2005 integration services, analysis services, and reporting services, while process automation and modeling solutions like CODA-Control will exploit latest Microsoft Office technologies. However, other CODA transactional solutions for financial management support Read More
Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard
While it is apparent that software giants are in a better position to endure any economic adversity, no single vendor can be lulled into complacency for very

back end applications  spent $1.8 billion buying back its own stock. The revenues for the quarter were down to $20 billion from $20.8 billion last year, with diminishing sales across the board, with geographies and even flagship divisions apparently feeling the pinch of the sluggish economy. It should be noted though that whilst sales of hardware products were down 16% to $6.7 billion (with significant downfall across almost all series of servers and storage devices), software related revenues continued to grow generating $3.3 Read More
Increased ROI Accelerates Composite Applications Adoption
Today, more has to be done with less, and IT infrastructures require flexibility to deliver differential value. Upgrades, customizations, and back-end

back end applications  value. Upgrades, customizations, and back-end integration fail to suffice; companies need the ability to build applications on an as-needed basis. Composite applications fulfill this objective by helping organizations leverage existing enterprise applications, drive down the cost of change, and increase the pace of innovation. Read More
One Vendor's Exploit of Marrying Infrastructure with Selling and Fulfillment Applications
For many manufacturers, distributors and retailers with a mishmash of disparate back-office business applications, Sterling Commerce, a traditional integration

back end applications  in electronic commerce way back when transactions took place on closed, proprietary systems using the rigid EDI format. In its more than three decades of existence, the company has seen the emergence of the World Wide Web (WWW) and the Internet-based EDI protocols (see EDI versus. XML—Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing? ); the dot-com bubble; and a share of its own corporate changes. Namely, Sterling Commerce became an independent entity in 1996 after being a division of former Sterling Software (w Read More
A Guide to Successfully Deploying Enterprise Mobile Applications
Today, more and more companies are launching mobile applications, creating a mobile professional workforce across job roles and categories. This white paper

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Prince Minerals Selects IFS Applications for ERP
Apparently, Prince Minerals' short list came down to IFS, Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Oracle JD Edwards. Some of the primary reasons IFS was selected were for

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Web-enabling Legacy Applications
E-business is revolutionizing today’s business processes and transactions. In such a scenario of flux, maintaining legacy applications on staid, costly, and

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Radioactive and Hazardous Waste Management Applications
Three problems are common to most complex environmental modeling efforts: they’re uncertain, multifaceted, and hard to communicate. Overcoming these challenges

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Integrating BI with Enterprise Business Applications Can Add Value for End-users
While ERP solutions and enterprise business applications may integrate information from legacy systems and specialized best-of-breed software, most enterprise

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IFS Applications (version 8.0) for ERP for ETO Manufacturing Certification Report
IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing in

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IFS Applications (v. 7.5) for Discrete Manufacturing ERP Certification Report
IFS Applications (v. 7.5) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of discrete manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in the ERP Evaluation

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SOA as a Foundation for Applications and Infrastructure
SOA promises interoperability in the heterogeneous business world by promoting loosely-coupled architecture, reusing software, and ending vendor-dependency

back end applications  the next level. Way back when Java was an emerging technology, Paolini was in charge of building its ISV community. Nowadays he is credited with turning Java into the world's largest third-party developer. SAP is logically hoping that Paolini can repeat this notable feat with SAP NetWeaver too. His task is to establish a forum where ISV's and customers from different industries will improve on the current SAP NetWeaver lineup, using procedures similar to those used by the Java Community Process (JCP) or Read More
Witty and viral marketing of enterprise applications?
Reading in-flight magazines and running through airports today, we can see advertising for enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, but it is always a

back end applications  be interested in your feedback. For example, did Lawson capture SAP (SEPP in the video) and Oracle (L. Carole in the video) the way the market sees them? Rumor has it that more of this is coming. So, will this kind of messaging work for Lawson and its smaller peers? Or, is this dirty pool that can boomerang on the advertiser? Namely, will the market buy the portrayal of intended stereotypes of the biggest ERP vendors being overkills, while the smaller ones are exactly what the doctor ordered? In the Read More

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