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GXS Acquires HAHT Commerce for More Synchronized Retail B2B Data Part Two: HAHT Commerce
HAHT PIM is a strategic solution designed to meet current and evolving standards for collaborative trading. It empowers manufacturers to manage product

commerce functions  ( www.haht.com ). HAHT Commerce is based in Raleigh, North Carolina (US) and is a privately-held provider of demand chain management applications (DCM) that strategically automate, integrate, and optimize order management, product information management (PIM), channel management, business intelligence (BI), and customer services functions between manufacturers, their channel partners, and end customers. Under terms of the agreement, GXS would acquire all the capital stock of HAHT Commerce through a Read More...
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The Yin and Yang of Electronic Commerce
This note identifies the major corporate functions that engage in E-Commerce activities and the kinds of information flows that result from E-Commerce

commerce functions  and Yang of Electronic Commerce D. Geller - June 8, 2002 Problem: The barrage of new products and technologies on one hand, complex - and frequently unrelated - business requirements on the other. Solution: Develop a consistent language and model for E-Commerce and its effects on the company. Value: A model provides a framework for categorizing requirements, seeing commonalities, and predicting organizational impact of any specific project. This Note: Identifies the major corporate functions that engage Read More...
Click Commerce Acquires Allegis
Click Commerce, a provider of partner relationship management (PRM) software for the Global 2000 companies, announced it reached an agreement in principle to

commerce functions  sell-side e-commerce. Conversely, Click Commerce customers should leverage many Allegis' partner life cycle management functions (such as partner recruitment and certification) and lead management functions. To that end, Allegis Sales Partner allows the user to build up a profile of its partner companies, including size, location, product range, customer base and sales performance, giving the manufacturer or supplier a personalized view of each partners' performance. It also provides an automated lead Read More...
The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success
Successful e-commerce relies on intelligible, trustworthy content. To achieve this, companies need a complete solution at their back- and front-ends, so they

commerce functions  of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success Introduction E-commerce holds the promise of working seamlessly with customers, prospects, suppliers, and partners. That's why companies publish volumes of information on e-commerce sites and even open internal systems to business affiliates. Exchanging information online increases the opportunities for more sales, faster product development and fulfillment, and better relationships. Or does it? E-commerce also opens the door to data quality issues that can endanger Read More...
AribaLIVE 2012 - Cloud B2B Commerce Coming of Age
After a hiatus of several years, the stars and planets were again aligned for me to be able to attend the AribaLIVE conference in early April 2012. And boy

commerce functions  of their suppliers and commerce transactions. Many ERP users have taken steps to automate procurement as well. Still, research shows that less than 20 percent of the enterprise spend is actually managed through ERP systems. Along similar lines, accounts payable (AP) has become a much more efficient function thanks to ERP capabilities.  But within many organizations, invoice processing still takes too long, and finding billing errors is like going down the rabbit’s hole. Matching invoices to purchase Read More...
Choosing the Right Deployment Model for Your Multichannel Commerce Platform
There’s no one, single, proven way for retailers to succeed at delivering a multichannel shopping experience. Each retailer’s unique business model needs to be

commerce functions  Model for Your Multichannel Commerce Platform There’s no one, single, proven way for retailers to succeed at delivering a multichannel shopping experience. Each retailer’s unique business model needs to be the shaper and driving force behind the technology that will power their customer experience—not just the solutions themselves but the method and architecture of their deployment. Download this paper to find out more. Read More...
Sterling Commerce, an AT&T company
Sterling Commerce, a subsidiary of AT@T, Inc. (NYSE:T) is a provider of business-to-business (B2B) commerce solutions, with more than 29,000 companies using

commerce functions  provider of business-to-business (B2B) commerce solutions, with more than 29,000 companies using Sterling Commerce Solutions worldwide. The company’s software and services aim at improving current processes or deploying new business processes through integration efforts between applications, external partner systems, and people. With almost thirty years of experience serving tens of thousands of customers in a range of industries, Sterling Commerce is a top 25 software company. The vendor is Read More...
E-commerce Platforms: A B2C Vendor Landscape
E-commerce technology continues to evolve rapidly. Research conducted in 2008 indicated that 46 percent of retailers interviewed expected to upgrade their

commerce functions  commerce Platforms: A B2C Vendor Landscape E-commerce technology continues to evolve rapidly. Research conducted in 2008 indicated that 46 percent of retailers interviewed expected to upgrade their implementation of e-commerce technology by the end of 2010. This report identifies and evaluates e-commerce platform vendors on the basis of functionality and market impact, calls out key issues in e-commerce for retail, and provides a quantitative ranking of vendors. Read More...
Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes and Elsewhere
Procurement vendor Commerce One and Cable &Wireless Optus sign a deal to establish an electronic marketplace in Australia and New Zealand. Commerce One is

commerce functions  and Elsewhere Event Summary Commerce One (Nasdaq: CMRC), the number two vendor of electronic procurement solutions with 6.5 percent of the market according to Dataquest (See TEC's News Analysis article: Ariba Reaches Out To The Little Guy September 28th, 1999 ) has entered into a partnership with Cable & Wireless Optus (formerly Optus Communications) to establish a trading portal in the Australian region for business to business commerce. Cable & Wireless Optus has also licensed Commerce One's software Read More...
Life-sciences E-commerce Supplier Grows
Chemdex is a provider of business-to-business procurement for the life sciences industry. Leveraging the strength of its recent IPO, the company is expanding

commerce functions  sciences E-commerce Supplier Grows Event Summary Chemdex (Nasdaq: CMDX) brings buyers and sellers of life sciences materials and equipment together in a specialized marketplace that offers everything from O-rings to living organisms. Chemdex has announced MarketLink, system that integrates Chemdex' marketplace with corporate ERP systems and other third party purchasing systems. According to the company, MarketLink will provide connectivity and integration throughout the purchasing process from Read More...
U.S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce
The revisions the Department of Commerce has announced for U.S. export controls on encryption products will not be enough for U.S. crypto products to gain

commerce functions  Not Enough to Enable Commerce Event Summary On January 12th, the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Export Administration announced revisions to its encryption export control policy. The revisions allow U.S. companies to increase the key length in exported enterprise encryption products from 40 bits to 56 and 64 bits. The new regulations allow for retail encryption products up to any key length to be exportable, except to the designated terrorist nations: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan or Read More...
Key Questions to Include in an E-commerce Platform RFP
When looking for an e-commerce platform, a comprehensive request for proposal (RFP) that thoroughly covers all the critical points can assist companies in

commerce functions  to Include in an E-commerce Platform RFP When looking for an e-commerce platform, a comprehensive request for proposal (RFP) that thoroughly covers all the critical points can assist companies in reducing costs and producing better return on investment (ROI), faster. This paper recommends several questions and identifies some common RFP mistakes. Read More...
Reference Guide to Discrete Manufacturing ERP Software Functions and Features
This reference guide provides insight into the discrete manufacturing ERP features and functions currently available on today’s market. It will help you

commerce functions  including functionality for electronic commerce (online catalogs, Web-based interfaces for orders) and CRM (interfacing with phone systems, personal digital assistants [PDAs], e-mail tools, etc.). Order Entry Order entry functionality refers to the ability to create orders manually or automatically, including validation rules (for instance, a US customer should not be able to order goods that are only available in Europe).   8. Product Technology Architecture Architecture refers to the framework for 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

commerce functions  Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud Founded in late 1996 in Sunnyvale, California (US), Ariba is today the leading provider of collaborative business commerce solutions for buying and selling goods and services. The company’s mission is to transform the way companies of all sizes, industries, and geographies buy and sell goods and services and manage cash. By delivering electronic-commerce software, services, and network solutions, Ariba enables companies to control costs, minimize risk, improve Read More...

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