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ERP Vendor to Client: You Incompetent and Clueless Fools » The TEC Blog
the vendor and the client with respect to what the software implementation and post-implementation processes were supposed to achieve. A clear definition of roles and responsibilities during the implementation and post-implementation stages. A clear understanding on the part of client management of just how the ERP vendor is going to deliver the functionality it has promised to deliver. Yup. Nope. View Results How to Avoid the Lawyers (And the Insults)—Or: How to Select an ERP Partnership that Works

CLIENT BAAN: cdc software, enterprise resource planning, ERP selection lawsuit, implementation disasters, Ross Systems, Sunshine Mills, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
30-12-2010

IT Epidemic: Treating IT Client Relationship Breakdown
The frequency of breakdowns in the IT client relationship is reaching epidemic proportions. Indeed, an IT client breakdown is comparable to the onset of an illness. If caught early enough, treatment is often relatively painless. However, if left to advance to the later stages, or full maturity, the treatment will not only be invasive, but also require significant recovery time.

CLIENT BAAN: IT Epidemic: Treating IT Client Relationship Breakdown IT Epidemic: Treating IT Client Relationship Breakdown Source: Hitachi Consulting Document Type: White Paper Description: The frequency of breakdowns in the IT client relationship is reaching epidemic proportions. Indeed, an IT client breakdown is comparable to the onset of an illness. If caught early enough, treatment is often relatively painless. However, if left to advance to the later stages, or full maturity, the treatment will not only be
6/7/2006 12:07:00 PM

Timesheet Software For Client Billing: A Buyer’s Guide
Traditional methods for capturing billable time on projects can cost your company money. Relying on paper forms, e-mail, and spreadsheets prolongs the data gathering process, introduces errors, and can lead to missed hours and employee expenses. A new breed of project time-tracking software can help. This buyer’s guide shows you what to look for as you evaluate project time-tracking software to improve your client billing.

CLIENT BAAN: Timesheet Software For Client Billing: A Buyer’s Guide Timesheet Software For Client Billing: A Buyer’s Guide Source: Replicon Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Traditional methods for capturing billable time on projects can cost your company money. Relying on paper forms, e-mail, and spreadsheets prolongs the data gathering process, introduces errors, and can lead to missed hours and employee expenses. A new breed of project time-tracking software can help. This buyer’s guide shows you
10/5/2011 3:20:00 PM

Is Baan Clinically Dead?
On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe's No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240 million to $250 million after restructuring. Its shares plunged over 30 percent as analysts cut recommendations on the loss-making vendor, which has yet to name a replacement for Mary Coleman, who is returning to her Silicon Valley home after taking charge only last May.

CLIENT BAAN: Is Baan Clinically Dead? Is Baan Clinically Dead? P.J. Jakovljevic - January 20, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe s No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240 million to $250 million after restructuring. Its shares plunged over 30 percent as analysts cut recommendations on the loss-making vendor, which has yet to name a replacement for Mary Coleman, who is returning to her Silicon Valley home
1/20/2000

Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys
Baan is now iBaan, fully focused on the Internet via Portals and web technologies, across CRM, ERP, and SCM spaces.

CLIENT BAAN: Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys Randy Garland - September 20, 2001 Read Comments Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys R. Garland - September 20, 2001 Introduction  In the early 90 s, ERP came of age. Everyone had to have the functionality ERP packages
9/20/2001

Ambitious Plans and Promises: How Will the Market Respond to One Enterprise Software Provider’s Offerings?
The market should commend Infor’s attempt to combine business-specific solutions from a partner like IBM. If nothing else, the fact that Infor can provide integrated and best-in-class offerings poises the vendor to become serious competition for such giants as SAP and Oracle.

CLIENT BAAN: Ambitious Plans and Promises: How Will the Market Respond to One Enterprise Software Provider’s Offerings? Ambitious Plans and Promises: How Will the Market Respond to One Enterprise Software Provider’s Offerings? P.J. Jakovljevic - July 7, 2008 Read Comments Infor has accomplished much recently in terms of laying the foundation for and developing a product portfolio that meets the needs of customers old and new, as well as those inherited from the vendor s recent acquisitions. Behind Infor s success
7/7/2008

Will 2001 Be The Year Of Baan’s Miraculous Comeback?
Definitely Maybe.

December 2000 was the month of increased press release activity at Baan. In 2001, will the market witness a remarkable comeback of this once almost written off vendor?

CLIENT BAAN: without any need for client system restarts. Market Impact While Baan may have turned the corner, it is still far away from its halcyon days. Invensys acquisition of Baan has been consummated, and Baan has made apparent progress. A major sign of relief is the completion of radical restructuring during which approximately a quarter of workforce and nearly half of offices worldwide were cut. Since Baan has not publicly announced detailed financial results for its first quarter since being acquired, the
1/26/2001

Essential ERP—Its Underpinning Technology
In its simplest sense, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems create interactive environments designed to help companies manage and analyze the business processes associated with manufacturing goods, such as inventory control, order taking, accounting, and much more.

CLIENT BAAN: plus près de son client et de lui offrir ses produits et services à valeur ajoutée le plus rapidement possible. Pour se faire, l’entreprise doit s’assurer de l’intégration optimale de ses processus internes, c’est-à-dire qu’ils puissent fonctionner le mieux possible entre eux. Et c’est justement le point fort d’un système ERP. Les systèmes d’informations à la base d’un ERP On ne peut pas séparer un système ERP de son infrastructure sous-jacente basée sur des technologies de
9/5/2005

Service Productization
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for a Service Productization. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Productization of services is accomplished by associating tangible features with intangible service offerings. Tangible features may take the form of personnel, collateral, methodologies, pricing, facilities, or other attributes. Automation tools like enterprise service automation, database, and project management tools serve as enablers to service productization. By associating tangible features with intangible services, the professional services firm can build client confidence.

CLIENT BAAN: services firm can build client confidence. Service Productization style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Air Transportation,   Professional,   Scientific,   and Technical Services,   Management,   Scientific,   and Technical Consulting Services,   Management of Companies and Enterprises Related Keywords:   productize,   professional,   service,   Epicor,   tip,   hint Source:
5/16/2005 12:00:00 AM

SAP s Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed Dr. Peter Barth, Technology Marketing Manager for SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture and database management used by the SAP R/3 Enterprise Resource Planning suite of products.

CLIENT BAAN: application server fails, the client can connect to another one. Exactly how is this accomplished? Is the failover manual or automatic? Dr. Barth: The Central Message Server arbitrates client connections in order to provide fault tolerance and load balancing. Clients are assigned to logon groups which can be configured to attach to specific servers. When a client attempts to connect, the message server will connect the client to an application server that either a) has the lowest load, b) is specified
11/1/1999

Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings
On October 21, the Baan Company announced a larger-than-expected loss of $25M. Baan's stock price tumbled more than 10% after the loss more than tripled Wall Street's prediction of losses between $8.2M and $1.4M. Revenue for the quarter was $143M, compared to $195M in the same period last year. Sales of new software fell 59% to $36M for the recent quarter, from last year's $86.6M. Baan cited the market's move toward leasing rather than buying software as one reason for its sagging revenue.

CLIENT BAAN: Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings P.J. Jakovljevic - October 27, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On October 21, Baan Co. reported a net loss of $25 million, or 12 cents per share, as well as significantly lower year-on-year revenue for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. Although the business software vendor was able to reduce its third-quarter loss compared with the $40 million in red ink it posted for the corresponding quarter in 1998, revenue fell by
10/27/1999


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