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Enhanced Social and Mobile Capabilities for Concurforce
With a projected $0.5 billion in revenues in 2012, Concur Technologies is the leading provider of integrated travel and expense (T@E) management solutions. The

blackberry developers  right from their Android, BlackBerry, iPad, or iPhone smartphones, or from the Web. They can verify line-item expenses against submitted receipts while ensuring that purchases are in compliance. Predefined business rules specific to their organization ensure expenses are within policy. Expenses that are out-of-policy are tagged, generating alerts so that employees can make smart choices. Users gain real-time visibility into T&E spend and instant insight into costs associated with sales opportunities and Read More...
ERP for Distribution Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods t...
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Progress Exchange 2013 Part One: What's the Current State of Progress?
By P.J. Jakovljevic (see bio) and Bob Eastman (see bio)As it has been excruciatingly painful for die-hard Boston Red Sox fans to watch their moribund

blackberry developers  not that long ago, Blackberry had 40 percent of the mobile market, but the company is now for sale. Simplicity — Bluetooth was invented by Ericsson in 1994, but is today managed by a consortium. Progress OpenEdge will be a Bluetooth of sorts in the enterprise software platform market when it comes to openness and portability. Productivity —The challenge for Progress will be how to easily bring the product to market, given that taking years to design, write, and test code is no longer tenable in the Read More...
Thinking Radically: Interview with Transpara’s Michael Saucier and Robert Hylton
It appears that many organizations are rapidly adopting mobile business intelligence (BI), and the technology promises to become a natural component of every BI

blackberry developers  near future, and with BlackBerry and Windows Mobile just emerging, the time seemed right. Our first effort, which quickly became Visual KPI, involved taking OSIsoft PI System data and putting some of it on a BlackBerry. Just accomplishing this simple task was a serious effort back in 2005-2006, but what we learned in the process created some of the most important differentiators of the current product. Many of these decisions were born out of necessity than vision at the time, but they worked. Here are a Read More...
Mobile Learning: Is Your Business Ready for It?
The popularity of mobile technology has brought mobile learning (m-learning) to one’s fingertips. M-learning takes advantage of the mobility of the learner and

blackberry developers  mobile phone smart phone Blackberry Android iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch Pocket PC Netbook tablet ... and more Mobility allows learners to do the following: access information from different locations, through different wireless capabilities use audio/video (streaming technology) to enhance their learning experience manage and track their course enrollment and progress access and manage their learning in the format that best supports their needs, accessing course content through either a dedicated application Read More...
Enterprise Content Management Solution Creates the Ultimate Customer Experience
Interwoven has grown from a web content management vendor to an enterprise content management (ECM) vendor providing a full suite of ECM components. With this

blackberry developers  supports integration with the BlackBerry product for document management, which provides professional services organizations with higher mobility and client service. Interwoven also partnered up with SDL , a leading company in global information management solutions for translations, localization, and globalization. Finally, Interwoven announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Ericsson, whereby Ericsson will be using Interwoven technology as an infrastructure for delivering media Read More...
Red Hat Heads for the Cloud with OpenShift
It would be an understatement to say that Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in

blackberry developers  Hat Heads for the Cloud with OpenShift It would be an understatement to say that Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in 1999, the vendor has focused on businesses and divisions thereof that embrace open-source computing tools. In 2001, Red Hat introduced Enterprise Linux, a “frozen” mature version of Linux whose support and maintenance the vendor could guarantee (for a fee) until the next mature version would be Read More...
Don’t Forget to Factor In Mobile ERP When Selecting a New ERP System
A 2011 study of mid-market manufacturers sought to understand the nature of demand for mobile access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other enterprise

blackberry developers  of messaging, with the BlackBerry enjoying significant market share among business users. Increasingly, smartphones are becoming more important to ERP vendors as market share is absorbed by the iPhone and Android platforms (see figure 1). More than half of respondents said that the BlackBerry was the mobile device currently used, including younger professionals who likely have an iPhone or other mobile device for personal use but rely on a BlackBerry for business (see figure 2), but enough indicated that Read More...
HR PRO
Headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, HR PRO provides human resources (HR) products and software solutions to companies in Egypt and the Middle East. The company's

blackberry developers  PRO Headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, HR PRO provides human resources (HR) products and software solutions to companies in Egypt and the Middle East. The company's products can help with common HR tasks such as writing job descriptions, managing paperwork for recruiting and performance management, designing training courses, and creating HR forms. HR PRO's products are created by HR professionals for HR professionals. HR PRO's partners include companies such as KnowledgePoint, a developer of software for Read More...
Red Hat’s OpenShift PaaS: Traction Update
At the recent AWS:REINVENT 2013 conference, Red Hat made two announcements about its OpenShift platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering.Red Hat has expanded

blackberry developers  Hat’s OpenShift PaaS: Traction Update At the recent AWS:REINVENT 2013 conference, Red Hat made two announcements about its OpenShift platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering. Red Hat has expanded its commercial public PaaS to 14 new Eurozone countries , making OpenShift Online available in more than 30 countries. Additionally, with this announcement Red Hat is lowering OpenShift Online’s gear/hour pricing by 50 percent and providing additional gear sizes to host larger applications. The initial phase Read More...
iExtensions
Award-winning Lotus Notes CRM and sales force automation (SFA) software, iExtensions CRM allows clients to leverage their Lotus Notes Domino infrastructure. The

blackberry developers  and wireless access via BlackBerry, and gives integrated Lotus Notes contact management to help users better manage all their customer interactions. With iExtensions, sales, contacts, leads, opportunities, and other important information can be manageable and easy to share, and used to fortify customer relationships. Users involved in IT, sales, marketing, or administration activites can leverage the solution to help optimize their performance. Read More...
The Evolution of Strong Authentication
Strong authentication technologies have long been used to provide an extra layer of assurance that individuals accessing computing resources are who they say

blackberry developers  as software, SMS, and BlackBerry tokens—are are taking the costs out of using strong authentication. Find out how. Read More...
Dave Turbide
Dave Turbide works with users and developers of software and systems for manufacturers and the supply chain market. Specialties include manufacturing

blackberry developers  Turbide Dave Turbide works with users and developers of software and systems for manufacturers and the supply chain market. Specialties include manufacturing technologies, consulting, and education. Read More...
Maximizer CRM Version 11 Highlights
Maximizer probably needs no introduction, but I will do it anyway for people who are not very familiar with the customer relationship management (CRM) space. It

blackberry developers  next-generation Mobile CRM for BlackBerry and iPhone devices. The  latest version  of the product (Maximizer CRM 11)was released in April 2010 and I had the pleasure of having a briefing with Will Anderson, the executive vice president of technology for Maximizer. What’s New in Version 11? Version 11 brings a completely new ribbon-style user interface (UI), which looks very familiar to Office 2007 users. Now, the mobile version has a tabbed interface, which makes navigation easier. Also, Maximizer 11 Read More...
Interview with Karl Fogel of Subversion and CollabNet
Karl Fogel is a founding developer of the Subversion project and is employed by CollabNet. In the following interview, Karl covers key social aspects of

blackberry developers  with Karl Fogel of Subversion and CollabNet Introduction Karl Fogel is a founding developer of the Subversion project. Subversion is sponsored by CollabNet and under the company's employ, Karl describes himself as the CollabNet-to-developer liaison. In the following, Karl explains the inception of the open source Subversion project, what it has required to build its community, and what he has learned in order to successfully maintain it. Karl's vantage is interesting not just from the perspective Read More...
RIM Finally Launches BlackBerry 10, and Changes Its Name
At long last, Research in Motion (RIM) on January 30 launched its new mobile platform, BlackBerry 10, kicking off a series of events around the globe. The

blackberry developers  Finally Launches BlackBerry 10, and Changes Its Name At long last, Research in Motion (RIM) on January 30 launched its new mobile platform, BlackBerry 10 , kicking off a series of events around the globe. The company is also changing its name to BlackBerry. With this move, RIM (now BlackBerry) is taking advantage of its legendary brand. The new BlackBerry 10 will be available on two new smartphone models: the BlackBerry Z10, a full touch screen device, and BlackBerry Q10, a mixed touch and keyboard Read More...

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