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MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically
While the existing loyal client base and seasoned affiliate channel remains MAPICS’ trump card in these difficult times, the recent moves of a unified product

companies that use mapics  ranked third, behind two companies that tied for first. MAPICS, along with nearly 120 other Atlanta-area companies, submitted detailed information about its benefits and work environment to be considered for the honor as one of the best places to work in Atlanta. The survey evaluated companies based on employee benefits such as 401(k) plans, insurance, vacation and flexible work schedules, as well as employees' attitudes toward their employers. Finally, on October 4, the company announced its inclusion in Read More...
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting data from all customer interactions with a company from all access points (by phone, mail, or Web, or&n...
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MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically Part 4: Competition and User Recommendations
Production management remains MAPICS’ strongest spot, and, therefore, it has often been implemented only in manufacturing divisions of large global

companies that use mapics  solutions for discrete manufacturing companies with revenues in the range $20 to over $1 billion. The MAPICS ERP for iSeries product focuses on complex discrete, MTO and ETO and project-based manufacturing involving deep bills of materials (BOMs), targeting particularly automotive parts suppliers, electronic and electrical suppliers, industrial equipment, fabricated metals, heavy duty transport suppliers and measurement and control device manufacturers. MAPICS ERP for Extended Systems , on its hand, has r Read More...
How Has MAPICS Been Extending?
MAPICS, one of the leading mid-market ERP vendors, has significantly expanded its product offering during 2000. On June 15, MAPICS announced the release of XA 6

companies that use mapics  with its back-office systems. Companies are increasingly realizing that the fancy 'click' side of the business is a mere castle in the air without a proper 'brick' business foundation. It still matters very much what and how a company manufactures. Therefore, the company keeps professing to its users that already installed ERP systems and their extended components (e.g., business intelligence) form the necessary foundation layer for the new e-business components. We believe there is a genuine need for rec Read More...
MAPICS Back On Track, But Not Without Restructuring Pains
On August 23, MAPICS, Inc., one of the leading mid-market ERP vendors, announced that it is taking steps to reduce costs through a restructuring plan. Earlier

companies that use mapics  in that regard. Furthermore, companies outside of above-mentioned industries may benefit from evaluating MAPICS non-core ERP product components on a stand-alone basis for their e-business needs and leverage that information against other vendors in the selection. As for the new added functionality through partnerships, users are advised to ask for firm assurances on the availability and future upgrades timeframes, and more detailed scope of combined product functionality. In any case, make sure that MAPIC Read More...
Is MAPICS Getting the Magic of PLM? Part Two: Strategy
During our recent briefing, MAPICS' executives acknowledged that almost all enterprise software companies are either

companies that use mapics  It should also help companies manage through a mushrooming number of local, state, federal, and international regulations. In other words, at the core of any serious PLM initiative is typically a database or data warehouse that handles and stores every important piece of information that goes into making a particular product, such as formula and bills of material (BOM) cards, packaging information, shipping specifications, regulatory data, patent data, and so on. The emphasis is not only on how to design Read More...
Magic Quadrant for Midmarket and Tier 2-Oriented ERP for Product-Centric Companies


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Business Benefits of CRM in the Cloud for Midsize Companies
Midsize companies are increasingly recognizing the benefits of cloud computing--it's cost-effective and flexible. This paper identifies four key business

companies that use mapics  the Cloud for Midsize Companies Midsize companies are increasingly recognizing the benefits of cloud computing--it's cost-effective and flexible. This paper identifies four key business requirements for successful implementation of customer relationship management (CRM) cloud applications and examines how one CRM cloud solution in particular meets these requirements and enables midsize companies to realize their growth aspirations. Read More...
Resource Planning and Optimization for Broadcasters and Their Production Companies
The media industry is undergoing radical and rapid change driven by liberalization, privatization, and digitization. Broadcasting is no longer highly regulated,

companies that use mapics  Broadcasters and Their Production Companies The media industry is undergoing radical and rapid change driven by liberalization, privatization, and digitization. Broadcasting is no longer highly regulated, but is ever more dynamic and competitive—and the logistical challenges of production planning for TV and radio ever more complex. Implement a composite resource planning and scheduling solution to maximize your equipment, facilities, and employees. Read More...
Levelling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage
Nearly all companies realize the way to gain a competitive advantage is to obtain better data, interpret them quickly, and distribute them in easier-to-use

companies that use mapics  the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage Nearly all companies realize the way to gain a competitive advantage is to obtain better data, interpret them quickly, and distribute them in easier-to-use formats. But there are many obstacles to the effective use of data, resulting in unused corporate data in many companies. How are companies using information to beat their rivals and create a more level playing field? Find out how business practices are evolving to this end. Read More...
MAPICS Red Ink Stained While Extending Its Offering
In May MAPICS Inc. announced the controlled delivery of the Point.Man Extended Enterprise Edition. Earlier, on May 4, MAPICS Inc. reported results for the

companies that use mapics  certain vertical industries. Furthermore, companies outside of above-mentioned industries may benefit from evaluating MAPICS non-core ERP product components on a stand-alone basis for their e-business needs and leverage that information against other vendors in the selection. As for the new added functionality through partnerships, users are advised to ask for firm assurances on the availability and future upgrades timeframes, and more detailed scope of combined product functionality. Read More...
Is MAPICS Getting the Magic of PLM? Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
MAPICS hereby joins the raft of enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors that are making their way into the product lifecycle management (PLM) market by

companies that use mapics  For that reason, manufacturing companies that use MAPICS ERP offerings that want to take an initial step into PLM might want to start initially from enabling design collaboration during the NPDI process, where an urgent need for a PLM solution might be felt. The messages of enabling transition of new product design to new product introduction by providing quality parameters, scrap analysis, and manufacturing process information in an iterative approach to refine a product's design for manufacturing Read More...
Designing for Digital: 8 Tips for Creating Digital Publications that Engage Customers and Drive Sales
The overarching goal of any digital publication is to tell a story that connects with your customers in as many ways as possible. Today, this means bringing

companies that use mapics  for Digital: 8 Tips for Creating Digital Publications that Engage Customers and Drive Sales The overarching goal of any digital publication is to tell a story that connects with your customers in as many ways as possible. Today, this means bringing your offerings to every touch point—Web, mobile, tablet, and social. Download this white paper to discover 8 tips for designing a digital publication that increases brand awareness, improves audience engagement and, ultimately, drives sales. Read More...
Why Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies
Business intelligence—or decision support—allows you to better understand, analyze, and predict what’s occurring within your company. BI turns data from

companies that use mapics  Makes Sense for Midsize Companies Business intelligence—or decision support—allows you to better understand, analyze, and predict what’s occurring within your company. BI turns data from financial, manufacturing, and sales systems into useful and meaningful information and then distributes it to people who need it. Midsize organizations have limited resources, so a BI solution should deliver low cost of ownership through off-the-shelf integration. Read More...
Best Practices in Demand and Inventory Planning for Chemical Companies
Supply chain planning involves functions such as demand forecasting and planning, distribution inventory planning, and plant capacity planning and scheduling

companies that use mapics  Inventory Planning for Chemical Companies Supply chain planning involves functions such as demand forecasting and planning, distribution inventory planning, and plant capacity planning and scheduling. The right mix of strategy, education, and systems can have a very high impact on a manufacturer’s overall operations—and ultimately its bottom line. Understand how supply chain functions such as demand and inventory planning can positively impact your company. Read More...

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