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Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 1
In early June Consona Corporation’s analyst relationship (AR) contact forewarned me about the company’s upcoming acquisition of a “leading open-source and

compiere future  community. The rumors about Compiere running out of “dough” and looking for a white knight had also floated occasionally. Once  the acquisition was made official on June 16, 2010 , Josh was swift with  his blog post that mostly talked about the abovementioned observations prior to the merger and gave some speculations about Compiere’s future under Consona . A slew of blog posts from other market observers and pundits, such as  Frank Scavo  and  the 451 Group , came out at about the same time. Read More...
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What’s Up with xTuple-and Open Source ERP?
You may be wondering how the open-source ERP vendor xTuple operating with a workforce of only 27 can compete on the same stage with the software giants. Find

compiere future  that much, especially after Compiere ’s acquisition by Consona Corporation . We typically compete with one of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP products, SAP Business One (although less of that lately), and sometimes NetSuite (although more often it's people moving off NetSuite). We face off against Epicor and Infor from time to time, usually for request for proposal (RFP)-based processes. TEC: What is your ideal customer profile now in light of the latest product enhancements (or is it more of the same)? Read More...
A Semi-open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the

compiere future  very functional) applications, like Compiere or OpenBravo. This competition is hoped to provide a partnering opportunity with other open source projects and independent software vendors (ISVs). The company has a four-level partner program. The entry level of the program is aimed at consultants who need training on a free product, while a development partner level aims to grow third-party ecosystems, and a gold level adds the ability to sell a hosted, software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering. Most xTuple Read More...
Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article

compiere future  include GNU Enterprise , ComPiere , Anteil , Project/Open , SugarCRM , JetBox CMS , MamboCMS , and the Zope application server ). While researching an open source solution or related engagement consider the following items: What kind of pre-installation and post-installation support does the maintainer or partner offer? Analysis of current systems and processes (previous to a new implementation or migration), ongoing support, and service level agreements, are all important to successful operations. Does Read More...
How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the SAP-sponsored expert panel discussion that explored reasons to maintain IT investments even during difficult economic

compiere future  likes of xTuple , Compiere , or Openbravo   have done exactly what the HBR authors preached in the study.  For example, xTuple has invested in baseline horizontal technology (i.e., open source tools such as Postgres , Linux, and of course running its own manufacturing-oriented OpenMFG ERP system ) and has innovated in process of building, maintaining, and delivering own differentiated products and services to certain market segments (often with the wholehearted help and participation of customers). SOA Read More...
J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One
Deciding that acquisition is the better part of valor, Numetrix cancelled its IPO to combine fortunes with ERP vendor J. D. Edwards & Company. Though

compiere future  D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One S. McVey - September 27th, 1999 Vendor Summary Headquartered in Toronto, Numetrix was one of the pioneers of the advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software market. Founded in 1977 by Josef Schengili, the company introduced its first major product, Schedulex, in 1978. An update to Schedulex in 1983 was one of the first finite scheduling tools to incorporate advanced algorithms and offer graphical Read More...
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements

compiere future  Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 Read More...
The Many Faces of PLM Part Two: The Future of the PLM Suite
The future of the PLM Suite will include more applications that cover product-related functionality and further expand the benefits available. As the PLM Suite

compiere future  Many Faces of PLM Part Two: The Future of the PLM Suite The Future of the PLM Suite The future of the PLM Suite will include more applications that cover product-related functionality and further expand the benefits available. As the PLM Suite matures, companies will benefit from increased functionality and increased integration between business processes. The ultimate expression of this more mature solution will result in a broad suite of focused, integrated applications that leverage a core of Read More...
Building the Supply Chain of the Future
In today’s transformed business world, the push-based manufacturing philosophy and the siloed planning processes of the past are proving insufficient to manage

compiere future  the Supply Chain of the Future In today’s transformed business world, the push-based manufacturing philosophy and the siloed planning processes of the past are proving insufficient to manage ongoing demand volatility. Supply chain leaders have moved to a push/pull-based planning paradigm that synchronizes the supply chain with real-world market demand—while also respecting asset utilization, production cost, and other operational constraints. Read more. Read More...
Manugistics Faces Uncertain Future
Formerly the SCP market leader, Manugistics has witnessed its market position erode steadily over the last several years in favor of newcomers to the market

compiere future  Faces Uncertain Future Manugistics Faces Uncertain Future S. McVey - September 1st, 1999 Vendor Summary Formerly the SCP market leader, Manugistics has witnessed its market position erode steadily over the last several years in favor of newcomers to the market, most notably i2. Based in Rockville, Maryland, Manugistics was founded in 1969 and went public in 1992. License revenues were $73 million in FY98, a 30% decrease over the prior year, placing it fourth among other vendors offering SCM Read More...
Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about Consona Corporation’s recent acquisition of leading open source and cloud computing enterprise resource planning (ERP

compiere future  resource planning (ERP)  provider Compiere . After reading a slew of speculative blog posts (including the  one from TEC ’s free and open source [FOSS] buff and advocate Josh Chalifour ), I had an incisive briefing with Consona’s CEO Jeff Tognoni, to give the company a fair chance to explain its strategy and the rationale behind the acquisition. In Part 1 , Tognoni first  dispelled any idea that Consona’s intentions were to to copy the much larger and also acquisitive vendor Infor , as Read More...
Predicting the Future of Predictive Analytics
SAP commissioned Loudhouse to conduct primary research among business decision-makers in U.K. and U.S. organizations to understand their attitudes to and

compiere future  the Future of Predictive Analytics SAP commissioned Loudhouse to conduct primary research among business decision-makers in U.K. and U.S. organizations to understand their attitudes to and experiences of predictive analytics, as well as a future view of usage, value, and investment. Read the results of the study in this report. Read More...
The Future of Supply Chain Strategy for Consumer Electronics
To leverage opportunities presented by the explosion in consumer demand, consumer electronics manufacturers must tighten their forecasting, sourcing

compiere future  Future of Supply Chain Strategy for Consumer Electronics To leverage opportunities presented by the explosion in consumer demand, consumer electronics manufacturers must tighten their forecasting, sourcing, distribution, and inventory management strategies. They must also bring a more refined approach to supply chain management. Find out what capabilities they need to build in order to respond to consumer needs—while retaining flexibility in production, distribution, and logistics. Read More...
Supplier Parks - Back to the Future
As supply chains become increasingly integrated and synchronized, we are witnessing the evolution of the business/production models (in some industries) that

compiere future  Parks - Back to the Future Business Integration Models: The Old and the New Ford's River Rouge complex, the largest industrial complex in the world during the 1920's and 30's, is often cited as the prototypical example of vertical integration. Iron ore came in one side and autos came out the other end. Contrast that with the development of virtually integrated supply chains during the 80's and 90's: thousands of suppliers dispersed across the globe, each with their own role in the production of a Read More...
Enterprise Information Management: Tentative Past, Promising Future
Some four decades after early “data processing strategists” realized the importance of a comprehensive, manageable approach to truly integrated information, the

compiere future  Information Management: Tentative Past, Promising Future Some four decades after early “data processing strategists” realized the importance of a comprehensive, manageable approach to truly integrated information, the typical organization is no closer to achieving those objectives. The question must be asked, then: will we ever achieve true, well-architected enterprise-scale information management? And if so, when? The answer (and the good news): probably—and soon. Read More...
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