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The Benefits of Focusing on a Niche and Serving it Well: EcFood - A Dot-com Making It
ecFood is a strategic sourcing vendor focused on the industrial food market. Its recent financial results prove that being highly focused can bring value to

burst bees  dot-com and technology bubble burst in early 2001, ecFood kept pace as one of the top web-based Procurement Service Providers for the food and beverage industry. ecFood increased alliances with various purchaser and suppliers in 2001, including new customer relationships with two top ten international food companies. With the acquisition of the Masters Group (formerly Master Dairies) in September, ecFood's annualized revenue volume increased to more than $250 million. The purchase also significantly stren 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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CPR on BPR: Long Live Business Process Reengineering Part 1: A Primer
Without sound business process analysis, design, and possible re-design or full-blown reengineering in place before you bring in technology, your CRM (or any IT

burst bees  on BPR: Long Live Business Process Reengineering Part 1: A Primer CPR on BPR: Long Live Business Process Reengineering Part 1: A Primer R. Garland - August 21, 2001 Introduction  All management and technology paradigms seem to come and go. Some make hay in the sun and retire in the shade, and some live on in other forms. On the technology side, we've had mainframe/dumb terminal computing give way to client/server computing, and now, in a back to the future way but with more color, to web-browser-based Read More...
10 Ways to Sell Upper Management on a Network Upgrade
There are many legitimate reasons for upgrading your company’s enterprise network. The trick is selling those reasons to the executives holding your company’s

burst bees  when the Internet bubble burst. Nevertheless, there are many legitimate reasons for upgrading your company’s enterprise network. The trick is selling those reasons to the executives holding your company’s purse strings. When you know it’s time for a network upgrade, you need to have more than the technical facts — you need to arm yourself with a rock-solid business case. Start with these 10 ways to sell the members of your upper-management team on the network upgrade. Know your numbers It’s no Read More...
Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them

burst bees  a bad-debt bubble to burst weeks downstream. An employee's resignation places his personal computer into the hands of a supervisor who reassigns the machine without removing files, causing the loss of months of sales leads, proposals, and contract details. A work group shares files over the corporate intranet, where they are copied by a disgruntled employee and e-mailed to the press, resulting in significant internal conflict and public embarrassment. An employee whose machine is not equipped with Read More...
News Analysis: Dot.Coms Getting Bred By Scient: Will Scient Spawn Into a Giant or Will Andersen Have the Edge?
Scient's announcement of its intent to baby Dot.com's into existence makes it the Mondragon of High Tech America. The connection? Mondragon genetically bred

burst bees  market markup bubble will burst (I rate the current probability of it bursting badly at 1-2% over the next eighteen months, though there will be some major ups and downs). The potential of the Internet for business is deemed so vast (in the trillions of dollars) that the current losses incurred by Internet companies (as well as the high investment costs) are bets against at least some of these dot.com's becoming the IBM's, Microsoft's, and DELL's, and HP's of the future. Scient's program will make at Read More...
2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware
Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to

burst bees  new attack techniques have burst forth, some so complex - and obviously not the work of novices - they could have only been designed by means of sophisticated research and development. But, these advancements are not happenstance; they are actually a product of the security industry's own success. For a time, security controls designed to manage spam, viruses, and malware were working. Loud, high-impact attacks abated. But, as a result of this success, the threats they protected against were forced to Read More...
Professional Services Automation: Affordable Hosted Solutions for the Small to Medium Business Market
Although technology is pivotal in maintaining a competitive edge, many smaller professional services organizations (PSOs) have limited time and resources to

burst bees  Unfortunately with the sudden burst of the dot-com bubble in 2001, the application services provider (ASP) business model never really had a chance to prove its worth to the business world. Only in the last couple of years have we seen software giants like Salesforce.com prove that the ASP model can work. Banking on the recent momentum of this model, a number of professional services automation (PSA) solutions have built business models on ASP technology. For professional services organizations (PSOs) Read More...
Enterprise Applications Vendor Reverses Fortunes - But Will Perseverance and Agility Be Enough?
With seven consecutive profitable quarters, a feat unprecedented in the company's recent past, IFS enters a new phase of sustained profitable growth, along with

burst bees  the stock market bubble burst and investors' negative sentiments. This heralded the so-called consolidation (after expansion) phase for the vendor, which entailed many steps in the right direction for IFS on its long and winding road to straighten up its ship, focus ever more solely on its core competencies (delivering a truly global and even more nimble product, and a sharper industry focus), and return to a consistent profitability track. IFS then painfully realized the need to string together several Read More...
TEC Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide
While the need for sustainable development is affecting how organizations do business, the idea of environmental and corporate responsibility as value drivers

burst bees  Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide TEC's enterprise software evaluation reports are designed to give manufacturers and service organizations a comprehensive list of features and functions (criteria) for each of over forty different kinds of enterprise software solutions. Complete functional criteria is included for ERP systems, CRM, SCM, WMS, BI, Lean Manufacturing and others required by companies of all sizes. Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Resources Related to TEC's Lean and Green Read More...
TEC Spotlight Report: Pronto Software
In this spotlight report, David Clark examines Pronto Software. Learn all about the product’s history and marketing positioning, as well as its strengths

burst bees  when the dotcom bubble burst, the management of Pronto organized a community buyout of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) division, resulting in the Pronto Software we see today. Pronto’s flagship ERP product, PRONTO-Xi , first saw the light of day in 1989 as PRONTO EMS. “We were writing custom software over and over again,” says Terry, “so we decided to build the framework that’s still in place today.” “Since then, Pronto’s ERP application gradually evolved to a fully integrated Read More...
The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 3
When deploying any new system, preparation is key—and Internet protocol telephony (IPT) systems are no exception. Part 3 of this 4-part e-book series provides

burst bees  unpredictable traffic loads that burst to peak volumes at times. You've probably heard the phrase bursty in nature to describe most IP traffic. At the transport layer, above IP, there is Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) . TCP provides the ability to guarantee delivery through a process of synchronization and acknowledgement messages, but this delivery guarantee also adds overhead. Voice Traffic IP Traffic Connection-oriented-A dedicated path is established for each Read More...
Positioning Makes Your Marketing Budget Go Further-and Hit the Target
Many business-to-business (B2B) software companies don't have a formal positioning process, and it's costing them time, money, and much more—a marketing message

burst bees  opinion or the latest burst of creative thinking, it's based on hard evidence of its business value—and vetted by company-wide input and feedback. Positioning Process Return on Investment (ROI) Assuming management approves your positioning strategy—and it will if your team has uncovered the truth about your product or service—here's the payoff: You save time and money creating materials. Your marketing and sales efforts are backed by conviction, enthusiasm, and excitement leading to improved Read More...
Scala Shows Far More Than A Bit Of A Backbone Part 2: Market Impact
Scala is a serious challenger in the SME market, especially in emerging markets like Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and China (possibly the local

burst bees  the proverbial dot-com bubble burst, last year the company had to give up on once high-flying prospects of its separate e-commerce application division, called iScala. Nevertheless, the iScala e-business functionality has come in handy, as the iScala platform is an extension of the company's back-office capability, thereby rounding out a next-generation solution set in which there is much tighter integration of collaborative e-commerce applications with ERP functionality. Collaborating with business Read More...
Ariba's 15-Year Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud
Ariba’s collaborative business commerce solutions focus on the basics: buying, selling, and managing cash. Ariba’s cloud-based vision has grown a vast network

burst bees  time the dot-com bubble burst in the early 2000s. One was the vendor’s own mismanagement of its exorbitant expenses (or investments, if you will, such as the Tradex acquisition in 1999) to support its “if we build, they will come” attitude at the time. The other factor was the then absence of rich and interactive Web tools, which have promoted today’s usability and acceptance of multi-tenant public cloud applications. Thus, customers were not ready to jump en masse onto Ariba’s inflexible Read More...
Voice over IP Reliability
We all know that computers, generally speaking, have not been as reliable as phones. And the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding voice over Internet

burst bees  switches were designed to burst massive amounts of data through as quickly as possible. The data-switch vendors approach VoIP by taking these basic, data-optimized Ethernet switch platforms and embedding some technology into them. Call control is implemented in a separate centralized server located in a data center. This centralized server is fundamental to the set up and tear down of all calls to, from, or between IP phones at all the company’s different sites, so it creates a single point of failure. Read More...

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