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Has Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost.
There is, at long last, an upbeat announcement from Intentia. It has all but turned the corner, with both a new product portfolio and a rapid increase in

corner notcher  Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost. Has Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost. P.J. Jakovljevic - March 16, 2001 Event Summary On February 16, Intentia International AB, a Swedish provider of enterprise business applications, published its 2000 report. Intentia's net revenue rose in 2000 by 11%, while license revenue for the year increased by impressive 53% (See Figure 1). Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden and the United States were Intentia's biggest license markets in 2000. However, Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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IMI Hopes Vivaldi Plays Well for Reverse Auctioneer
In signing CoShopper.com, European e-fulfillment vendor Industri-Matematik opens a passage to its least penetrated corner of the globe, the Far East.

corner notcher  IMI,Industri-Matematik,coshopper,advanced order management,crm,warehouse management applications,supply chain consultants,e-commerce-related businesses,global logistics Read More...
Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)?
On May 30, QAD reported financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2002. Although not quite turning the corner, the business seems to be stabilizing

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BlueAlly
BlueAlly, founded in 1994, delivers customized application development, maintenance, and support services to businesses worldwide. By leveraging the experience,

corner notcher  is located in Tyson's Corner, Virginia (US), with global branches in Gernmany, the United Kingdom (UK), India, Singapore, China, and Malaysia. A Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model (SEI CMM) Level 5 company, BlueAlly has delivered over 500 global engagements, employing engagement models that are well-aligned with its customers' business visions and objectives. Over 60 percent of engagements are in the area of product realization. The company's clients represent large global Read More...
Is There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider?
Although Rimini Street's client base is still budding, the third party provider of support and maintenance has been quite bullish, owing to the accelerating

corner notcher  There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider? While enterprise application vendors continue to relentlessly raise annual support and maintenance (S&M) fees year over year, and report ever higher S&M revenues and profit margins, some dismayed or conservative customers might consider turning to the likes of Rimini Street ( http://www.riministreet.com ). Such third party S&M providers are enabling, at this stage, mostly some of the disconcerted Siebel , PeopleSoft Read More...
How to Survive a Software Selection Project When Your Boss Is a Sociopath
Is your boss the main reason you call in sick on Monday mornings? Do you need to “manage” your boss in order to get any work done? Do you find yourself in the

corner notcher  about not getting the credit/salary/corner office he deserves? Does your boss respond badly to change? Does your boss behave sadistically toward you or others? Does your boss appear to be paranoid? Does your boss appear to be under the impression that everything revolves around him? Does your boss often give you contradictory instructions/mixed signals that make it impossible for you to execute your tasks? If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, your boss is possibly whacked. I feel f Read More...
Retail Today: Understand. Anticipate. Inspire.
Today more than ever, retailers are faced with the challenges of selling locally while competing globally. To be successful, they must provide a shopping

corner notcher  fighting competition from every corner of the globe. Challenges are both vast and complex. Competitors may come from other industries, distant geographic locations, or new and different channels. Customer behaviors and market dynamics can change quickly, but lengthy and inflexible supply chains tend to hinder a fast and cost-effective response to such changes. Retailers must find ways to differentiate their products and services from those of competitors of all types, in all geographies, and through Read More...
Building the Small Contact Center
Until recently, customer interaction technologies were often considered too complex and costly for all but the largest businesses to justify. But today that

corner notcher  firms can count on corner store intimacy to ensure close customer relationships. According to Chris Thompson, analyst at San Jose, Calif.-based Dataquest, Companies that once didn't have a strong customer-focused mindset now have to get very customer service-oriented as their markets become more competitive. Larger competitors use technology solutions to overcome size and distance and ensure customers receive tailored care - for example,through special routing to expert agents. The company retains a Read More...
Beyond Boundaries: A New Role for Finance in Driving Business Collaboration
The current global economic instability means firms have to quickly adapt to business conditions. This uncertainty may increase companies’ reliance on business

corner notcher  found just around the corner rather than halfway around the globe. (A notable exception may be in China, where international alliances may be more common than domestic ones. See Growing pains in China, page 7.) Companies around the world report that they are establishing alliances in all areas of business activity: product and service development, production and delivery, sales and marketing, and administration. Alliances for administrative activities are seen as somewhat less important than alliances Read More...
They do it like that in the Balkans-Select and deploy ERP, I mean (Part II)
The Part I of this blog topic concluded with SAP's supremacy in the upper-end of the regional market. What also helps SAP ERP [evaluate this product] is a

corner notcher  of one-man firms or corner-shop software companies that offer all sorts of point solutions to businesses of a like size and mindset. In this market segment, software evaluations are often delegated to IT managers, some of which, again, know little about the market and, time and again, might receive an order from the top brass what to check out and buy. There are no structured and documented selection processes with specifications, questionnaires, methodologies, etc., so that one can hardly ever point to a Read More...
Considering Product Activation? You Need to Think about These 10 Issues
Product activation is a popular approach for securing software licenses. However, software developers need to understand all the requirements for a capable

corner notcher  they'll deal with the corner-case customer environments. The basic activation process is typically as follows. Upon purchase the software vendor sends a unique product serial number to the user. When the user installs the application they are prompted to enter their product serial number. Their application connects to the vendor's hosted license server over the Internet to confirm that this product serial number is valid and has not already been used to activate a license. It also obtains from the Read More...
What's Really Driving Business Intelligence?
Typical explanations given for increased spending in business intelligence include, meeting government regulations, managing information overload, tracking

corner notcher  managers scrambling into every corner of business operations. There are lots of intangibles that have the potential to create value, including intellectual property, business processes, specialized training, skilled employees, customer intimacy, corporate culture, brand equity, and too many others to mention. The question for businesses and investors is how to get your arms around intangibles. How do you identify the intangibles that contribute to the creation of value? How do you measure those intangible Read More...
A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don't understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

corner notcher  operability. Walk around every corner of the warehouse to assess AEN. Triangulate any sources of interference and seek them out. Run all machines that emit noise, and check if any affect the signal for RFID. Map out interrogation zones with computer-aided design (CAD) for efficient reader placement. Common Problems and Quick Fixes Bar code equipment emits a conflicting frequency. There a few work-arounds if interference is found. If bar code equipment is emitting a conflicting frequency, an effective Read More...
Best Practices for a Data Warehouse on Oracle Database 11g
Companies are recognizing the value of an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) that provides a single 360-degree view of the business. But to ensure that your EDW

corner notcher  By designing these three corner stones correctly you can seamlessly scale out your EDW without having to constantly tune or tweak the system. INTRODUCTION Today’s information architecture is much more dynamic than it was just a few years ago. Businesses now demand more information sooner and they are delivering analytics from their EDW to an every-widening set of users and applications than ever before. In order to keep up with this increase in demand the EDW must now be near real-time and be highly Read More...
Calculating ROI for Business Intelligence Solutions in Small and Midsized Businesses
For many companies, a challenging business event or critical business pain precipitates a conversation about business intelligence (BI). But don’t wait until

corner notcher  databases living in every corner of every office, IT organizations often have to spend more time maintaining the systems than developing new solutions for the business. With a robust, self-service BI solution in place, IT departments can reclaim valuable time that can be spent on strategic initiatives versus the never-ending daily data requests. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) When evaluating different solutions, it is important to consider all the upfront and ongoing fees associated with your Business Read More...

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