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Bezos to McNealy: Drop Dead!
The first runner up for Amazon.com’s infrastructure business is… Sun Microsystems. Amazon, led by Jeff Bezos, has given the nod to Hewlett Packard. The win

brother labeller  months. Amen to that, brother. Or, more appropriately, sister. The loss follows another high profile loss for Sun. Network Solutions Inc. selected IBM's S80 over the Sun Enterprise E10000 to run in the Internet's top-level domain A root servers. One wonders if Sun can still call itself the dot in dotcom. Carly Fiorina's HP is out of the bunker, and on the attack. Sun has no realistic desktop offering for enterprise customers, and Dell lacks a high end RISC offering - but we expect the battle will be Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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21st Century Fox Hunt - US vs. Microsoft
Next Generation Windows Services? How about Next Generation Microsoft? We outline how the ongoing legal delays will undermine the new Microsoft.NET initiative

brother labeller  for the new CBS-Big Brother 24 hour real-time cable channel, and a voice recognition telephony component that locates callers anywhere on the PacBell or MCI WorldCom voice networks. Microsoft stock closes unchanged on release day. November 2001 : Gates testifies. As a side note, Gates and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison engage in a heated yelling match outside the courthouse. Microsoft stock drops 4 on the news. Testimony ends. January 2002 : Judge Jackson orders a three-way breakup of Microsoft - applications, Read More
The Ghost in the Machine: Where Has Process Automation Left the Consumer?
Business process automation is all very well and good. After all, nothing succeeds like success, especially automated success. But what is the effect of

brother labeller  man is also your brother-in-law. We're only human, we say, wryly or cheerfully, depending on our perspective. On the other hand, companies that are perceived as liars and cheaters are generally bloodied (if unbowed) in the court of public opinion, and risk suffering tremendous losses in terms of investor fallout and consumer withdrawal. Never mind that a corporation is a legal person under US law. The perception is that corporations ought to behave differently. And rightfully so. After all, human Read More
Do You Know Where Your Wheelchair Is?
Transportation companies have installed GPS locating devices on trucks to monitor location and delivery information. Now a similar technology is helping

brother labeller  (and smacks of big brother ) it is important to understand how the solution blends with existing behaviors. How easy is it to implement? Will it be difficult to affix tracking tags to each item? Will this require a new behavior for every item received? Will an extra effort affect your employee's acceptance of the new tool? Again, the benefits are enormous, however the solution requires comprehensive acceptance. We suggest users explore the license and operations costs as well as the requirements to Read More
Socialtext Embeds Gamification Capability by Badgeville
Like it or not, gamification is here to stay and help bolster user engagement. Employee engagement has become the holy grail in private companies and government

brother labeller  management to shrewdly impose Big Brother by watching quietly who is engaging (and how much) in collecting points and badges—those employees are then also likely doing their work. Many individuals are impatient, seek instant gratification, and have trouble motivating themselves if the results can't be seen for in, say, 6 to 12 months. Thus, if a salesperson needs 12 months to convert a lead into a sales order, he/she will not likely focus on prospecting and creating leads and opportunities if he/she Read More
Adexa Prepares To Step Into The Spotlight
From its roots in advanced planning and scheduling, Adexa, Inc. has emerged as a strong player in the business-to-business collaboration software market. With

brother labeller  Cyrus Hadavi and his brother Kameron. While working for i2 Technologies, Hadavi found that most supply chain management applications were built around shop floor scheduling, a foundation that prevented them from scaling effectively to support enterprise-wide decision making. Paragon focused on producing a scalable solution that could optimize variables across the entire supply chain using a single data model. Its original product suite, Pacemaker, was developed with the semiconductor industry in mind and Read More
QAD Pulling through, Patiently but Passionately Part Three: Market Impact
QAD deserves admiration for its protracted innovativeness and endurance as the only assets it could muster as to compensate for limited resources compared to

brother labeller  collaborating with the big brother and external supply chain. Decentralization is often required because remote plants in esoteric geographic locations have to be near the sources of materials and labor, while a centralized environment (with shared services) is indisputably more appropriate when customers, suppliers, and products are the same across multiple plants. QAD's Strengths For all the above reasons, QAD has been pulling through the downturn with a real strength (i.e., growing revenues Read More
TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 7)
Welcome to Week 7 of TurtleSpice ERP! We’re following one company’s software selection process, from beginning to end—with a twist: It’s up to you to make sure

brother labeller  BigGun, that is. Her brother is BigGun’s VP of sales, and has been most interested in learning all about TurtleSpice’s business processes and pain points. So far, the flow of information along the Sharkey-Lola-BigGun channel has been seamless. Now all Wade has to do is make sure Mike doesn't get in the way. Mike doesn’t think of himself as a shark. If anything, he’s more of an owl—he usually has to turn his entire head to change views. So when Derek from HR happens to “accidentally” slip Read More
Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite?
Given Invensys' irrevocable decision to give up Baan for another adoption after all, one is to wonder whether this is the 'year 2000 revisited' or whether Baan

brother labeller  software for enterprises. His brother, former construction executive Paul Baan, joined the company in 1981. In 1982 Baan shipped its first notable enterprise accounting software. In the mid 1980s, Baan launched its first enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, based on the UNIX operating system, for automating the operations of manufacturing, building, and contracting companies. In 1993, Baan bought several companies to expand its product and market presence, including UK-based Agility Business Softw Read More
How Much Wisdom Will BRAIN Bring To Agilisys? Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
As long as both Agilisys and BRAIN remain focused on their industries and do not become too distracted with each other’s verticals, everyone should do well.

brother labeller  standards by your likely big-brother trading partners (e.g., General Motors, Ford, Honda, etc.). Sharp industry focus and domain expertise, product interconnectivity, and quick and inexpensive e-commerce enablement have been BRAIN's bargaining chips in the game against its peers. Process manufacturing enterprises from the food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biotechnology, and CPG industries in the $50 million - $2 billion-a-year revenue range that are looking for a full enterprise solution or Read More
Tips for Researching Enterprise Solutions
Given the majority of participants in a selection committee are not enterprise software specialists, quality enterprise research on applications is crucial

brother labeller  during the holidays---my PM brother-in-law once scored a leather jacket, but I digress), it’s still important to be well versed about the solution sets you are considering. Having been an editor at TEC for over four years now, I’ve done my fair share of Internet research on enterprise applications. It is incredible how even the best solutions have the worst copy. Moreover, finding relevant information on even the most prominent enterprise applications can be … well, (uh-oh, I’m going to say it) Read More
How Great Is Great Plains' Manufacturing Offering (Did Somebody Say Microsoft)?
Great Plains informed us during its Convergence 2001 annual user conference about its initial strides into the discrete manufacturing market. The following is

brother labeller  strategy of the bigger brother. The request for expanding the functionality of Microsoft bCentral small business service may push aside some other initiatives that Great Plains had earlier deemed necessary. Before integrating with Microsoft bCentral can happen, in turn, Great Plains' stable of products has to be re-architected/re-written for .NET as opposed to any proprietary development tools (e.g., Dexterity). And only then, when all the products are interchangeable, eEnterprise will be able to benefit Read More
Reconnecting with Cincom Systems
Cincom executives lay out some facts, and Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Principal Analyst P.J. Jakovljevic discovers that Cincom Acquire isn't the old

brother labeller  it was too Big Brother to have these devices with GPS capability and the potential of monitoring them—they felt they would lose their freedom. While many companies are talking about supporting this latest generation of devices, it is doubtful whether there is significant adoption. It seems like software companies are using technology to compete instead of concentrating on what problems they solve for customers. The truth will eventually emerge: if these devices can deliver lasting, real business value, Read More
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

brother labeller  acquired by its former brother in arms', although SSA GT's current bullish posture might bode well for Baan's future, regardless who the buyer happens to be. What the Buyer Will Get However, Baan's suitor will still have work cut out for itself to regain the former Baan glory, since Baan, still has a lot of housekeeping to do given it admits that nearly 70% of its customers are still on Baan IV, owing to the unfortunate fact that the former Baan Co.'s business was hit with troubles exactly when it Read More

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