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Is Selling Software in China Really as Hard as It Seems? » The TEC Blog
Is Selling Software in China Really as Hard as It Seems? » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here.

CHINA: arbitrage, doing business in China, SAP China, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
30-10-2008

Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China?
This article discusses the risks and opportunities related to outsourcing software development to China. It concludes that China, as an outsourcing destination, has different risk exposures in comparison with India. However, going to China may also bring opportunities considering the pressure of further cost reduction that North Americans are facing and the booming domestic demands of the Chinese market.

CHINA: billion software export that China accomplished in 2007 [1] . Moreover, China s outsourcing business is doing exceptionally well in Japan. In 2007, over 65% of the country s software outsourcing workload was sent to China. [2] Based on these achievements, it s clear that China certainly wants to increase its share in more software sectors and in a wider geographic range. The question is Should North America accept what China wants to offer in the software outsourcing business? Before answering this
11/17/2008

Do Chinese Enterprises Really Need MES and WMS?
Despite rapid industrialization in China and other developing countries, most manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) are found in North America, Western Europe, and Japan. These systems have made extraordinary productivity gains possible in the West. However, Chinese manufacturers require a new generation of MES and WMS capabilities to boost their productivity.

CHINA: the industrial sector in China as well as other Asian, Latin American, and Eastern European countries in recent years, the vast majority of MES and WMS installations are found in North America, Western Europe, and Japan. Is this because enterprises in China and other developing countries don t really need software like this? Or, looking ahead, can we expect demand for MES and WMS software to boom in the developing world? Through the Past, Briefly Paradoxically, the origins of MES and WMS coincide with
7/23/2005

Dalian Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools
After adopting two-dimensional computer-aided design (2D CAD) in the 1990s, Dalian Shipyard discovered that 2D technology didn’t meet the real-world challenges facing ship designers. For example, 2D CAD could not graphically reproduce real ship design challenges, such as collisions. Dalian Shipyard needed better product lifecycle management (PLM) tools. The solution: CADDS 5i—a complete 3D CAD tool for shipbuilding.

CHINA: Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools Dalian Shipyard Transforms Shipbuilding in China with PTC Product Development Tools Source: PTC Document Type: Case Study Description: After adopting two-dimensional computer-aided design (2D CAD) in the 1990s, Dalian Shipyard discovered that 2D technology didn’t meet the real-world challenges facing ship designers. For example, 2D CAD could not graphically reproduce real ship design challenges, such as collisions. Dalian
10/10/2007 4:05:00 PM

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Case Study: ByTec
Bytec, Inc., a supplier of electronic and mechanical assemblies for the automotive sector, needed a system to allow original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers to trace a particularly complex part. Learn how ByTec chose a solution that provided each part with a unique identity, complete with full traceability through the entire manufacturing process, enabling OEMs to identify faults, and avoid warranty costs.

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2/24/2010 12:01:00 PM

Channels to the Hearts and Minds--On-line 2005
The physical, e and wireless world continues to grow! The e channel for shoppers continues to grow, with so many nay-sayers and doubters. You'd think this issue would die, with more and more shoppers buying from far flung vendors: Boston to the Nanga Tribes for buying original crafts; Dallas to Huangshan City, China, etc.

CHINA: Dallas to Huangshan City, China, etc. In spite of nasty spam, more activities go on-line—games, travel, research, etc. On-line is now part of the total life experience. The challenge will be to make it even better for users; build capacity (again), making the various channels (wireless, cellular, fiber to the home, etc.) work well together. First, on-line is now part of the information technology component of the enterprise. This aspect is slowly but surely destroying many industries that rely on
3/18/2005

A Retail Sourcing Suite Built on Experience
Eqos's mission is to become the leading provider of global sourcing and supplier management solutions for the retail supply chain worldwide. Today, Eqos supports some of the world's top retailers, hosting thousands of users and enabling their collaboration with as many suppliers.

CHINA: and in Hong Kong, China in early 2007. This latest investment has signaled the company s commitment to supporting more fully customers sourcing operations in Asia. Eqos s global expansion comes as more retailers establish sourcing offices and strengthen relationships with agents and strategic suppliers throughout Asia. The company s Hong Kong office provides retailers and their trading partners with Mandarin, Chinese, and English language support across numerous time zones and geographical regions. Eqos
10/15/2007

The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain
Adds a new dimension to your business with The Evolution of the Last-mile Supply Chain. Easy to get: click here! “Last-mile supply chain services” is an evolving segment of the supply chain industry, but a cutting-edge segment that has evolved as supply chain managers across the US struggle to cope with the inadequacies of the current globalized supply chain model. Learn five reasons why current supply chain models are flawed and how you can use a new architecture to balance supply chain risk, globalized sourcing, and economics.

CHINA: So We Have A China Strategy, Now What? As discussed earlier, an Asia/China strategy was a requirement after the ‘90s. If you did not manufacture in China, then your competition was going to eat your lunch because they could, and would, lower their costs. As part of the natural evolution of capitalist markets, however, competitive advantage rewards early movers, but only for a time. That time is now up. Everyone is manufacturing in Asia or China and now organizations are looking for new sources of
7/13/2009 8:58:00 AM

Hi from Kurt: TEC s New PLM Analyst » The TEC Blog
introduce myself. I’m from China, where I earned my degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked for 10 years mainly helping manufacturers plan and implement information systems. During the last 5 years in China, I invested all my energy into building up a product lifecycle management (PLM) developer. This period of time gave me not only great opportunities to better understand what today’s manufacturers really need in terms of IT, but also a good variety of aspects of running a business. In addition,

CHINA: plm, TEC analyst, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
30-09-2008

Lionbridge


CHINA: Lionbridge (NASDAQ:LIOX) is a $160 million, US-based global outsourcing company that combines onshore, nearshore, and offshore resources program management methodologies to provide expertise throughout a client's software and information life cycles—from development through globalization, testing, and maintenance.


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