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Compaq Wins Supercomputer Contract, But Is It Enough?
Compaq recently was awarded a contract for the world’s largest supercomputer, which will use its Alpha processors. But what’s happening with their standard high

contract backlog  Impact Winning a high-profile contract such as the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is a nice trophy, and demonstrates the Alpha chip's power for high-end applications. However, contracts for 2700-processor machines are not going to get awarded every day, so Compaq must concentrate on its regular channels to get the revenues needed. Compaq announced its AlphaServer GS Series (code-named Wildfire ) in May (It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web ), with the stated goal of reaching $1 Billion in Read More...
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J.D. Edwards Finds Its Inner-Self Within Its 5th Incarnation
By espousing its namesake 5th generation of products that preserves flexibility and provides much more of its own ‘must have’ collaborative applications (i.e

contract backlog  including Not-To-Exceed functionality, and Contract Retainage processing. Finally, announced as part of the rollout of J.D. Edwards 5, J.D. Edwards Real Estate Management should give companies the power to strategically manage property, space and square footage use and increase the visibility into tenant sales to improve revenue potential. Select new features improve retail portfolio management capabilities, including Sales Forecasting (the forecasting of tenant sales information to maximize occupancy) Read More...
Is Kenandy Turning into a Manufacturing Workday?
In anticipation of the upcoming Dreamforce 2013 mega conference by salesforce.com, we recently had an intro briefing with Kenandy’s top brass. The new company’s

contract backlog  (that increasingly rely on contract manufacturers and suppliers) seems plausible. By being a newer solution, Kenandy avoids the problem experienced with many older ERP implementations—high levels of customization (and the resulting “spaghetti code” syndrome that occurs over the decades). This has caused many traditional ERP vendors to attempt to “detox” their solutions to get rid of the complexity that has developed over the years. Kenandy, having been devised for cloud, social, and mobility Read More...
A Visionary of Loveliness
Informix released version 2.0 of their interactive data analysis dashboard Visionary. The tool is designed for decision-makers and provides capabilities for

contract backlog  itself to a production contract that will push their machine utilization so high that you want to look for backup capacity elsewhere in the region? If so, which kinds of machines are most impacted? Are Web-based sales coming from the Northwest outstripping retail sales from the same region? Informix Corporation (NASDAQ: IFMX) is aiming its Visionary 2.0 product at executives who want to monitor key components of their business. Visionary is a tool with which views of complex operational data can be Read More...
Deltek Providing Clarity for Government Contractors
TEC’s mid-2011 article, which reported on the Deltek Insight 2011 conference, indicated that Deltek has lately become the leader in market intelligence for

contract backlog  to quickly assess what contract backlog looks like for each customer. It helps companies answer questions such as whether they are winning new business, which projects are under-funded, and more.  No solution like this exists for government contractors today. This new tool will help government contractors be more efficient in everything from resource planning to forecasting and budgeting since it also ties the business development side of the business to the mid and back offices by integrating with our Read More...
The Salvation Army, Canada and Bermuda, Selects UNIT4 Agresso ERP
UNIT4 has announced a new contract with The Salvation Army, Canada and Bermuda. The goal is to consolidate the organization’s financial management systems by

contract backlog  has announced a new contract with The Salvation Army, Canada and Bermuda . The goal is to consolidate the organization’s financial management systems by implementing a single instance of Agresso ERP and support change and drive process efficiencies to almost 500 operating units.   The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country, active in 400 Read More...
Meridian Systems’ “Catch Up” Challenge in the Capital Infrastructure Industry - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series covered the spectrum of Meridian Systems’ Proliance solution for Tier One, multi-billion-dollar global companies. It also analyzed

contract backlog  100 employees. With typical contract values of less than $150,000, the product grew rapidly across small organizations in the architecture, engineering & construction (A/E/C) sector because of Meridian’s micro-vertical expertise and rich understanding of this space, a usable and intuitive user interface (UI), and easy customization by business users (versus information technology [IT] staff). Prolog is best suited for the “Build” phase of Meridian’s PBO solution set, and includes more than 400 Read More...
Field Service Management (FSM) RFI/RFP Template
Customer Engagement Management, Contract and Warranty Management, Work Order Management, Inventory, Logistics, and Parts Planning, Workforce Forecasting and

contract backlog  Template Customer Engagement Management, Contract and Warranty Management, Work Order Management, Inventory, Logistics, and Parts Planning, Workforce Forecasting and Planning, Scheduling and Routing, Integration, and Analytics &Reporting and Technical Functionality Read More...
Pronto Signs Deal with Largest Family-owned Theme Park in the US
Pronto Software, provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business intelligence (BI) software, announced signing a new contract with Herschend Family

contract backlog  announced signing a new contract with Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation (HFE). HFE is the largest family-owned theme park in the United States. The Pronto solutions will be rolled out across HFE’s portfolio of entertainment, tourism, and hospitality properties, replacing legacy retail and inventory systems. According to Andrew Wexler, chief financial officer at HFE, HFE selected Pronto Software based on the breadth and depth of services and solutions the team offered. The Pronto Xi ERP Read More...
A Sharp ASP
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has selected Harbinger as their Application Service Provider of choice. The multi-year contract will allow Harbinger to

contract backlog  grow. User Recommendations Harbinger's contract with Sharp represents an interesting mix. The partnership will help Harbinger refine its offerings and establish connectivity with Sharp's supplier channel. While initially this may not benefit current clients, it will help Harbinger build operational experience. Users considering Harbinger's solutions also benefit from Peregrine's recent purchase of Harbinger. This offers customers the full scope of both companies offerings. However, with many new Read More...
Emptoris: Opening a New Chapter of Prosperity - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my impressions following an upbeat and constructive business update meeting at Emptoris’ headquarters. Under its new

contract backlog  former Click Commerce 's contract and service management (CSM) business as a new major capability , Emptoris has charted a new course recently. Results Are Telling The company had two back-to-back record quarters, whereby year-over-year bookings grew by 24 percent in Q4 2009. Bookings came from both brand new customers (including the very first service procurement sale under Emptoris to Bell Canada ) and many existing customers with cross-sale deals of over US$ 300,000. The backlog is reportedly at an Read More...
Are PLM and Global Sourcing Related? Duh, And How! (Part I)
A number of TEC blog posts have discussed benefits but also the inevitable caveats of white papers (including all too common vendors' self-serving marketing

contract backlog  be offloaded to a contract manufacturer (CM). These CMs, whose role in the electronics industry was previously limited to assembling printed circuit boards, have meanwhile transformed themselves into large-scale manufacturing powerhouses. Indeed, modern CMs today provide their OEM customers with a one-stop shop solution, providing excellence not only in manufacturing, but also in materials management, design and test services, order fulfillment, and logistics. Again, despite the significant possible Read More...
Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle
California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG) filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, for Oracle's failure to fulfill its contract to modernize TVG's production

contract backlog  failed to fulfill its contract to modernize the company's production and management systems using its enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. Jeffrey Shaw, TVG's president and chief executive, said: I have never sued anyone in my life, and we certainly wanted to avoid litigation, but Oracle's refusal to be reasonable with our request after all of its promises and commitments left us no choice. The $800 million company hired Oracle in November 1996 to computerize and integrate its operations Read More...
INFIMACS Becoming Ever More RELEVANT For Project-Based Industries. Part 2: Market Impact and User Recommendations
The current market trend industry-wide is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for medium-sized companies. Relevant seems to have a fair

contract backlog  times, the growth of contract manufacturing has continued largely unabated. This expansion has been fueled by a number of factors, among them the advent of the Internet and consequent rise of e-commerce, as well as the trend in manufacturing toward mass customization. While the commercial aircraft industry may suffer owing to the recent terrorist attacks, it is quite the opposite case in the defense and government industries. Many vendors have spotted the opportunity and have been addressing the exacting Read More...

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