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TEC Helps Corona, a Global Ceramics Leader, Simplify Its ERP Selection in Record Time
Corona, one of the largest conglomerates in South America, specializing in ceramic and tile products, recently engaged the services of Technology E...

CONGLOMERATES: one of the largest conglomerates in South America, specializing in ceramic and tile products, recently engaged the services of Technology Evaluation Centers Inc. (TEC), the leading resource for enterprise software, to help evaluate its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems against top solutions in the market. TEC s best-practices methodology and decision support system, eBestMatch™, enabled Corona to confidently select in record time a standardized ERP solution for all of its
7/14/2009

Case Study: Wausau Supply
The main business challenge faced by Wausau Supply—an American distributor of building materials—was its ability to provide next-day delivery to small lumber yards and to a greater number of conglomerates. But Wausau didn’t have an up-to-date system for back-office or logistics operations, and needed a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution with visibility into its inventory at all locations. Find out more.

CONGLOMERATES: a greater number of conglomerates. But Wausau didn’t have an up-to-date system for back-office or logistics operations, and needed a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution with visibility into its inventory at all locations. Find out more. Case Study: Wausau Supply style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Inventory Management,   Operations Planning,   International Trade Logistics (ITL),   Distribution and
6/18/2009 2:26:00 PM

Examples Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)?Part Three: Made2Manage Market Impact and User Recommendations
Smaller manufacturing enterprises are often more comfortable dealing with a vendor of a size and corporate culture similar to theirs. Examples of these markets can be e.g., fresh meats, dairy producers, Tier 2/3 automotive suppliers, etc. Some of these thriving Boutique Vendors will actually be conglomerates of smaller divisions or vendors with a common owner. These might even be a current mid-range vendor who specializes in a series of smaller markets or even a sub-segment of a Big Five vendor

CONGLOMERATES: Vendors will actually be conglomerates of smaller divisions or vendors with a common owner. These might even be a current mid-range vendor who specializes in a series of smaller markets or even a sub-segment of a Big Five vendor. This note deals with two notable acquisitions involving smaller vendors: Agilisys International s acquisition of Future Three Software, Inc. Made2Manage Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: MTMS) agreement to be acquired by an affiliate of Battery Ventures VI, L.P. Battery Ventures This is
7/18/2003

TATA Consultancy Services


CONGLOMERATES: Tata Consultancy Services (TSC) is an IT services, business solutions, and outsourcing organization that caters to global businesses.

Is Your Enterprise Application on a Road to Nowhere?
Consolidation is a well-documented trend and is to be expected in the market for enterprise applications. This article outlines the evolution of the enterprise software market. Specifically, it focuses on the revolutionary technology known as service-oriented architecture (SOA).

CONGLOMERATES: having been purchased by conglomerates that may not intend to continue investing in research and development. Other enterprise application products have been purchased by vendors that plan to replace them entirely with a new platform, but may not have a reliable timeline for doing so. The ownership of other enterprise applications may still be in the hands of the companies that developed them, but how do you know whether the owner intends to invest the necessary dollars to move the product forward,
10/8/2008

A Matter of Trust
When important information is withheld, it leads to enormous inefficiencies or even disasters in the supply chain. Trust is needed to streamline decision making and interactions in the supply chain. But, in spite of what

CONGLOMERATES: of the large diversified conglomerates that are likely to be both competitors and trading partners are in the Far East where IP rights are not as strongly upheld. Another twist is that as more and more manufacturing is outsourced to China and elsewhere, it raises the issue of sharing product and manufacturing knowledge with companies that could potentially become competitors of yours. Giant bicycle, founded in 1972 as a contract manufacturer for Schwinn and others, used the knowledge it learned from its
6/22/2004

Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers AnxiousPart Two: Analysis Continued
To continue to be healthy, an enterprise software vendor either needs a defendable niche or a large market share. For the latter, acquisitions are often required to grow and prosper. With revenue streams shifting from new accounts to up- and cross-sales to existing customers, software support and services, a large customer base is the key to continued health.

CONGLOMERATES: Vendors will actually be conglomerates of smaller divisions or vendors with a common owner. These might be a current mid-range vendor who specializes in a series of smaller markets or even a sub-segment of a Big Five vendor. Recommendations Vendors - Vendors need to make a painstaking strategic decision, and then pick where they want to be and execute on it. To be part of the Big Five, they must either grow their client base at a rate faster than the market and their competitors, or find the capital, in
6/19/2003

Sole-sourcing BI from Your ERP Vendor: IT Convenience or Strategic Business Decision?
Choose one that fits your individual need in relation to sole-sourcing BI from your ERP vendor.Free download! Sole-sourcing business intelligence (BI) software from enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors is an alluring option for many companies. But in addition to the benefits, there are drawbacks. A study of 100 enterprises from the United States and the European Union that have deployed BI and ERP from the same vendor investigates whether customers are experiencing what sole-sourcing promised to deliver. Learn more.

CONGLOMERATES: In BI, enterprise technology conglomerates identified a strategic growth market and a great opportunity to upsell to their existing install base, primarily that of enterprise applications such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) . This consolidation has rendered sole-sourcing BI from ERP vendors an alluring option for many organizations. In order to explore the benefits and drawbacks of sole-sourcing BI from ERP vendors Datamonitor has conducted a study of 100 enterprises from the US and EU that have
10/8/2009 1:58:00 PM

Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment & Supply. Find Free Blueprint and Other Solutions to Define Your Project Implementation In Relation To Business Risk in Industrial Equipment & Supply. Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product specifications, or service level agreements. They also can’t afford the penalties of non-compliance with regulations. Learn how some businesses are leveraging integrated enterprise infrastructures to maximize profits while minimizing exposure to risks.

CONGLOMERATES: fuller solution coverage to conglomerates. In addition to industrial customers, many companies now serve automotive, aerospace, utilities, commercial suppliers, and OEMs. The risk is spreading the organization too thin without the infrastructure to support it. New applications require industry-specific skills and expertise in R&D, sales, customer service, materials management, logistics, and field support. Not only does this mean hiring enough of the right people and getting them indoctrinated in the
11/14/2008 4:49:00 PM

Maximizer Enterprise 8: A Strong Competitor on the SMB Front Line
TEC recently reviewed Maximizer Enterprise 8. Tailored to the latest Internet technology, the offering is aggressively priced. Rich functionality is offered in a three-module structure that continues to compete in the demanding

CONGLOMERATES: quarters. While some big conglomerates representing what used to be known as independent, SMB solutions have brought in massive marketing budgets leaving marginal space for direct competitors, other independent vendors have chosen a specific niche, exploited it through specialization, and experienced some success. As far as the horizontal solution (mass market) providers are concerned, differences between offerings have become marginal. The vendor reputation among the user community is what is left to
9/23/2004

TEC Case Study: Corona
Compare your choices concerning enterprise ressource planning (ERP) system.Be the success you were meant to be!Find the Software Information You're Looking for. Following several acquisitions, Colombia-based ceramics manufacturer Corona found itself with multiple enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to manage. To find a single ERP solution that was suitable for all of its facilities, and would integrate with its existing business software, Corona turned to Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC). Learn how TEC’s selection methodology helped Corona choose the right ERP software.

CONGLOMERATES: one of the largest conglomerates in South America. Corona specializes in manufacturing ceramics and porcelain products for home renovation projects, as well as various industrial products such as ceramic electric insulators. In addition to 11 manufacturing facilities in the US and South America, Corona operates a number of retail outlets in Colombia as well as in the US and Mexico, and has an export office in China. The company also exports to over 32 countries around the world, and brings in over $1.25
6/18/2009 11:18:00 AM


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