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Mobile Application Momentum
Take advantage of expertise about mobile application momentum.We bring expert advice right to you.Free white paper. With the boom in sales of smart mobile handsets, the opportunity for developing and selling mobile applications is ever more appealing. But the market is changing and evolving rapidly, with new concepts and technologies vying for attention. Discover why, in order to gain momentum, mobile applications need to have both appealing value for customers and the most appropriate, rapid, and wide-reaching routes to market.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: application sectors can use common criteria to be assessed and compared as in this example with the area in each case representing a notional comparative Q-Mass (Figure 2). Based on the relative strength or weakness of one criteria versus another, an assessment can be made as to the potential interest and adoption. This can be more finely honed if different types of target markets and customer types have been identified. Here the Q-Mass can be applied to one application but with each target demographic
3/12/2010 6:03:00 AM

Custom Application Development
Custom application development is a trusted, tested strategy to ensure effective application of resources for business advancement and continuity, with minimal risk and solid return on investment (ROI). What’s that, you say? High cost? Low dependability? Long timelines? The custom application development model is plagued by myths. Find out why they’re all wrong.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: Custom Application Development Custom Application Development Source: Aalpha Document Type: White Paper Description: Custom application development is a trusted, tested strategy to ensure effective application of resources for business advancement and continuity, with minimal risk and solid return on investment (ROI). What’s that, you say? High cost? Low dependability? Long timelines? The custom application development model is plagued by myths. Find out why they’re all wrong. Custom Application
8/5/2008 3:07:00 PM

The Application Server War Escalates
At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the application server market has become, they argued over whose product was better, faster, cheaper. The keynote was so rife with charges and countercharges that they had to hold an after-keynote press conference to explain themselves.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: The Application Server War Escalates The Application Server War Escalates M. Reed - June 25, 2001 Read Comments M. Reed - June 25, 2001 Event Summary At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the application server market has become, they argued over whose product was better, faster, cheaper. The keynote was so rife with charges and countercharges that they had to hold an after-keynote press
6/25/2001

Should You Modify an Application Product?
When it comes to modifications to an application product, there is the good, the bad, and the ugly. Enter the modification process cautiously, with your eyes open.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: Should You Modify an Application Product? Should You Modify an Application Product? Olin Thompson - December 24, 2002 Read Comments Should You Modify an Application Product?   It would be nice if off-the-shelf application products would satisfy every business need of every business. However, be it SCM, ERP, CRM, BI or any other category of application products, this is not the way it is. Many businesses find that some needs are unmet; they cannot live with a plain vanilla version of the product. If that
12/24/2002

Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Source: Practical Computer Applications, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are
3/8/2007 4:40:00 PM

Application Erosion: Eating Away at Your Hard Earned Value
Application erosion starts the day you turn on any new system, and it continues constantly. To prevent it, you need a plan. If you suffer from it today, you need a plan to regain the value you once had.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: erosion to describe their common problem. These CIOs each had the same ERP system installed from four to nine years. Each observed that through time, the system value had become less and less. The system had not changed; but the users were using less and less of the system for no apparent reason. In another conversation, a friend who works for an ERP vendor told me he was working with a company who wanted to replace their existing ERP system. By coincidence, eight years ago, my friend had been the
3/25/2005

Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite?
Do executives prefer to purchase business applications as part of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software category? By region? By company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for users and vendors of business applications? Get the answers to these and other questions in this Strategic Perspective from Saugatuck Technology.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite? Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite? Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Do executives prefer to purchase business applications as part of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software category? By region? By company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for users and vendors of business
6/10/2010 3:47:00 PM

Quote-to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application » The TEC Blog
Quote-to-Order: An Overlooked Software Application » 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. Learn more

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: configure, cpq, CRM, ERP, plm, price, Product Configurator, q2o, quote, quote to order, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
09-04-2010

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCMPart 3: Performing the Data Analysis
By using software tools that help you forecast and work together with others inside your organization, and even with your customers, the forecasts may become more accurate. You can make an assumption on how much improvement might be possible. This part discusses the challenge of performing the data analysis.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: such perfect information elusive. Commonly, executives meet these challenges with responses that are not carefully considered. The challenges and the corresponding reactionary refrains are as follows: Limited time exists to perform analysis - We need to know now! Business analysis skills are lacking - We are looking for the vendor to tell us! The data to perform the analysis are almost always not available in the corporate databases - We have tons of data, but we don t have it broken down like that.
7/17/2001

Aligning Java-based Application Strategies
In announcing their merger plans, Lawson and Intentia will not only have to grapple with the usual issues, but will have to deal with the nuanced differences in their respective Java application endeavors.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: Aligning Java-based Application Strategies Aligning Java-based Application Strategies P.J. Jakovljevic - October 8, 2005 Read Comments IBM and Lawson Alliance Reviving legacy systems, and combating software bloat are two reasons why Intentia and Lawson have embarked on a Java-based application strategy and they announced their plans during Intentia s Conference and User Exchange (CUE) . At the same time, IBM and Lawson announced that Lawson will optimize and standardize its comprehensive business
10/8/2005

What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries
The reality of today’s application environment is that no single application meets all of the needs of a business, or frequently even the needs of a single business process, so multiple applications must work together to support business processes.

COMMON APPLICATION SCHOOLS: applications to support a common business process. And it must be done in a way that the combination of the applications provides more value than the individual applications can provide on their own. In short, applications don t need to just work together they need to work better together. Maybe we were trying to solve the wrong problem with large ERP systems. Maybe instead of trying to build the mega application, we should have been focusing on making smaller, highly functional applications that work
2/27/2003


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