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Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement
SYSPRO and Epicor are examples of .NET-enabled legacy software systems that have partly been componentized (rewritten), with

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement P.J. Jakovljevic - October 3, 2006 Read Comments Some .NET-enabled Examples The Microsoft .NET environment includes what a business might need to develop and deploy a Web service-connected information technology (IT) architecture: smart clients, servers to host Web services, development tools to create them, applications to use them, and a worldwide network of more than 35,000 Microsoft Certified Partner organizations to provide
10/3/2006

Can ERP Speak PLM?Part Two: Examples and Recommendations
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions have to work with many other systems, not just ERP, so integration is not a new issue for PLM vendors. Most PLM vendors recognize the need for integration and have addressed the need in their toolkits. The additional work comes from integrating the concepts and semantics of one system to the next, if this business level integration has not already been provided between the two systems. This can be a big challenge for best of breed vendors, who may need to rely on systems integrators for much of this conceptual and semantic integration.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Can ERP Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations Can ERP Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations Jim Brown - August 2, 2003 Read Comments Are ERP and PLM Speaking the Same Language? Costs are an excellent example of semantic confusion. Accountants know that cost is a not a single characteristic of an item but a category of characteristics. Without answering a series of questions about the cost, the meaning of it is vague. Is the cost the procurement cost from the supplier? Does it
8/2/2003

Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)?
While the ongoing consolidation frenzy is by no means the end of smaller vendors, the number of survivors will certainly be only a few dozen. Amid these ongoing seismic consolidation tremors, smaller application vendors are left with few choices: going private under a wealthy financial backer’s wing that is also committed to invest in the acquired technology, or snatching some prominent mid-market players within its market segment.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? P.J. Jakovljevic - July 16, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary Amid extensively reported controversial takeover bids & counter bids, lawsuits & counter lawsuits tug-of -wars amongst the three renowned Tier 1 application vendors, Oracle, PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards (see Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious
7/16/2003

Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)?Part Two: Agilisys Market Impact
The most recent merger looks initially like a positive move for both companies and their customers, since Agilisys further enlarges a foothold in the discrete automotive manufacturing (which it has recently started with BRAIN) and solid SCE product modules that it might embed into its own SCM suite and possibly cross-sell into many industries (yet to be scrutinized, though).

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Two: Agilisys Market Impact Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Two: Agilisys Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - July 17, 2003 Read Comments Market Impact While the ongoing consolidation frenzy is by no means the end of smaller vendors, the number of survivors is certainly limited to only a selected few dozen. Amid ongoing seismic consolidation tremors, smaller
7/17/2003

Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues
Food and beverage manufacturers and distributors supplying major supermarket retailers share many common business challenges. The customers—powerful and demanding supermarkets and retail chains—want products manufactured

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues Olin Thompson and PJ Jakovljevic - October 31, 2006 Read Comments Industry Trends and Issues The food and beverage industry is not without significant pressures. Margins are slim, the demand for products unpredictable, and the demand for customers service significant. These challenges become life-or-death business issues when compounded with rapid turnaround time; extremely short shelf life; a constant influx of new,
10/31/2006

CRM: Past, Present, and Future
TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and evolution of customer relationship management (CRM) with a view to defining the CRM of the future. Most customer relationship management (CRM) software users take for granted that they can track customers, send mailings, or assign requests to customer service representatives. Users today enjoy CRM systems that are highly accessible, both from a cost and technological point of view. But this was not always the case. TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and evolution of CRM with a view to defining the CRM of the future.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: CRM: Past, Present, and Future CRM: Past, Present, and Future Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: Most customer relationship management (CRM) software users take for granted that they can track customers, send mailings, or assign requests to customer service representatives. Users today enjoy CRM systems that are highly accessible, both from a cost and technological point of view. But this was not always the case. TEC analyst Raluca Druta surveys the history and
9/25/2012 11:16:00 AM

Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices
Food and beverage manufacturers rely on information technology to meet market demands. However, food is one market where most enterprise applications show a number of

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - November 8, 2006 Read Comments Defining Application Requirements and Fatal Flaws Following the analyses presented in prior notes, it is difficult to imagine a food and beverage manufacturer of any size meeting the demands of the business without some use of information technology (IT), since enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), warehouse management systems (WMS), and
11/8/2006

Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last
P.J. Jakovljevic clarifies the market positioning of Sage's enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) portfolios. Having developed an extraordinary customer experience (ECE) strategy—“Enrich, Connect, Grow”—Sage is firming up its enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) portfolios with a wealth of enhancements and by embracing the cloud. P.J. Jakovljevic, principal analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), sheds some light on their market positioning and future direction.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last P.J. Jakovljevic - May 12, 2011 Read Comments Technology Evaluation Centers ( TEC s) recent three-part blog series focused on the general sessions of Sage North America s Analyst Day in Boston in February 2011. At that winter event, Sage, nine years since its last analyst summit, took a gigantic step forward in clarifying its position in the market. Prior to the analyst day, during its Insights 2010
5/13/2011 9:31:00 AM

Distinctions and Benefits of Strategic Sourcing
Strategic sourcing involves ongoing relationships, which creates the opportunity for mutually beneficial collaboration between the buyer and the suppliers. This can result in improved profitability throughout the entire supply chain and add value to the final product or service.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Distinctions and Benefits of Strategic Sourcing Distinctions and Benefits of Strategic Sourcing P.J. Jakovljevic - November 17, 2008 Read Comments Global sourcing, despite its inherent risks, offers numerous benefits to enterprises in terms of lower costs for materials and labor. It also requires a much closer integration among the supply chain partners. Supplier relationship management (SRM), a methodology designed to structure and support the relationships between buyers and suppliers, becomes essential
11/17/2008

Your ERP System is Up and Running-Now What?
Congratulations! In your role as middle market CEO, COO, CFO, or CIO you fought the good fight and sponsored your company's ERP project. First you survived the ERP software selection process. Then you lived through the boot-camp tough implementation phase.So your ERP system is up and running-now what?

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: Your ERP System is Up and Running-Now What? Your ERP System is Up and Running-Now What? Randall A. Napier - March 27, 2002 Read Comments Introduction Congratulations! In your role as middle market CEO, COO, CFO, or CIO you fought the good fight and sponsored your company s ERP project. First you survived the ERP software selection process. Then you lived through the boot-camp tough implementation phase. So your ERP system is up and running-now what? You might borrow the 24-hour rule from professional
3/27/2002

SOX and IT
In general, the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded companies to be financially accountable. SOX compliance requires cooperation among many business units—particularly IT, as IT supports SOX compliance by securing and protecting financial data on the network. IT is also required to consistently document this effort. In fact, without IT support, a corporation simply cannot be SOX-compliant.

BPM AND HR EXAMPLES: SOX and IT SOX and IT Source: Network Instruments Document Type: White Paper Description: In general, the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded companies to be financially accountable. SOX compliance requires cooperation among many business units—particularly IT, as IT supports SOX compliance by securing and protecting financial data on the network. IT is also required to consistently document this effort. In fact, without IT support, a corporation simply cannot be SOX-compliant. SOX and
4/3/2007 10:05:00 AM


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