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Knosys Seeks Clarity With A Name Change
Knosys, Inc. has announced that it has changed its company name to ProClarity Corporation. The goal of the name change is to leverage the strength of the

bob elliott  ProClarity product line, said Bob Lokken, president and CEO of ProClarity Corporation. With over 250 corporate customers and 30 independent software vendors using ProClarity products today, we felt it was a good time to capitalize on the momentum of our award-winning product family. In a separate statement, the company also announced the launch of the ProClarity 4.0 product family, which includes an enterprise server to enable centralized management and thin client accessibility. The ProClarity

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Integrating All Information Assets Part One: Why is integration an issue?


More and more companies today face a significant challenge in integrating multiple business applications. This is the natural result of fewer companies running a single, all encompassing business application, either in a lone facility or across multiple sites of a multinational, multi-organizational enterprise. The inability to integrate leaves an incomplete or disjointed view of your enterprise. This is an excerpt from the book ERP Optimization (Subtitle: Using Your Existing System to Support Profitable E-Business Initiatives).

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Is J.D. Edwards's CRM 2.0 (With more than 200 Enhancements) Good News?


When it comes to touting 200 product enhancements, what J.D. Edwards is saying is that ease of integration is important to mid-market companies because they have less flexibility for trial and error. J.D. Edwards's CRM implementation success through its existing customer base will testify to the reliability of its enterprise integration and what remains, is to verify the product's ability to fit verticals needs.

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5 Best Practices for Managing Security on Mobile Devices


As smartphones and tablet computing devices get their foot in the enterprise door, companies are finding themselves at a much higher risk of data breach and loss. In order to mitigate this risk, Focus Experts Amy Babinchak, Martyn Davies, Bob Egan, Rasib Hassan Khan, Josh Lipton, and Ken Wineberg offer their top 6 best practices for managing security on mobile devices.

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Improving Your Demo-To-Win Ratio - Bridge Building


Ask yourself this simple question: “Have I ever lost a deal to an inferior product?” If your answer is yes, I’ll guarantee that one of the prime reasons for your defeat was because your competitor was a more effective Bridge-Demonstrator.

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JDA FOCUS 2012: A Real-time Cloud to Serve the “Connected Consumer”


It seems JDA Software, a leading supply chain management (SCM) solution vendor, is just a short step away from being able to manage the entire SCM process. Focused on the retail industry, JDA helps retailers satisfy “connected, always-on” consumers. TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic recaps JDA FOCUS 2012, which highlighted the vendor’s aggressive move into the cloud.

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This article is part of the continuing education all software demonstrators need to ensure their fundamental skills remain sharp. It points out three common “crimes” made in demonstrations, how to recognize them, and suggests alternative approaches.

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Best of Breed Versus Fully Integrated Software: The Pro's and Con's


After dealing with the over-hype of Y2K, companies have started to reconsider the best of breed as a viable solution to satisfy their software needs. This comes as a shock to the corporate systems culture when user communities were told that fully integrated software such as ERP, SCM, and EAM were the only way to meet their software needs. After developing a level playing field, this article examines the pro’s and con’s of one alternative over the other. Read on to see if you agree with the merits of the best of breed or fully integrated software approach to software selection.

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What’s New at MCA Solutions?


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SAPPHIRE 2014: SAP Simplifies


At SAP’s recent SAPPHIRE NOW event, two themes were clear regarding SAP’s focus in the near future—the company’s commitment to simplification, which in SAP terms means to “run simple,” and second, maybe derived from the first idea, to embrace the cloud even more. As ironically as it sounds for the German company, at times accused of doing precisely the opposite with the offering of systems too complex in many aspects, the simplification movement makes sense and accommodates what the industry certainly will require from them and other vendors in the near future.

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Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The 'All Things To All People' Exit


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