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Great Plains - An SME Market Leader, But At What Cost?
Great Plains has established itself as a global small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market leader. It now derives almost 20% of revenue outside of the US market

cost of the great plains  acquisition charges and exorbitant costs of training its staff in Siebel and other 3rd-party applications as well as for in-house major product enhancements and cross trainings in acquired products are major contributors to a significantly lower bottom line in recent times. While there may be a reason for concern due to weakened profitability and the effects of recent restructuring (170 job cuts), there is no real cause for users' concern. Great Plains continues to grow healthily, while heavily investing Read More

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Microsoft Great Plains Procures eProcure At Last
In a somewhat belated and long deliberated move, Microsoft Great Plains has struck an OEM partnership deal with Clarus to provide eProcure, an end-to-end e

cost of the great plains  or exceeding solutions that cost much more. Common procurement processes are costly and inefficient as a result of bottlenecks, maverick spending and time-consuming paper-based processes, said Lynne Stockstad, VP of e-business at Microsoft Great Plains. With eProcure, organizations can reduce costs by gaining control of interacting with and purchasing from a multitude of suppliers and enhancing productivity by defining purchasing standards, taking the guesswork out of procurement. eProcure could Read More
Great Plains Unveils New E-Commerce Solution
eSell is targeted at businesses looking for a quick road to the Internet.

cost of the great plains  a more flexible and cost effective alternative to eSell . Read More
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Aging Gracefully With The ‘New Kids On The Block’
Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000’s. ERP will

cost of the great plains  not deployed at the cost of divorcing front-end systems from back-end systems. Market Consolidation Continues  The market size for 2001 is estimated by TEC at $20.5B-$22.5B (3%-13% growth over 2000) as the market continues to consolidate. The top 5 ERP vendors, SAP AG, Oracle Corporation, PeopleSoft Inc., J.D. Edwards & Company, and Baan, account for close to 60% of total ERP revenue. Consolidation, mergers and acquisitions are expected to intensify. Over the last three years, the enterprise Read More
Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains
Siebel and Great Plains recently announced plans to expand their partnership allowing Great Plains' VARs to sell Siebel's eBusiness Applications. This agreement

cost of the great plains  Leader, But At What Cost? Read More
Who Are White Papers Aimed at Anyway-The Technical Professional or the Poor Soul Who Got Stuck With the Job?
Anyone who’s ever been involved in choosing enterprise software knows it’s not an easy job. It takes months of preparation that involves gathering information

cost of the great plains  productivity and reduce its costs. After many months of searching, it decided to purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, which could take care of billing, purchasing, inventory control, production planning, and much more. By implementing this type of unified system, the company was able to eliminate the need to keep several of its legacy systems throughout the organization—therefore making its new ERP system a true overall “solution” to its problem. In this example, the software Read More
E-Procurement Usability: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Adoption of enterprise resource planning (ERP)-based E-Procurement solutions has hit a plateau in recent years due to inherent usability deficiencies

cost of the great plains  rapidly deployed with minimal cost or change management impact. Find out how. 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

cost of the great plains  respecting asset utilization, production cost, and other operational constraints. Read more. Read More
Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years

cost of the great plains  audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client. Read More
Collaboration 2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0
Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially

cost of the great plains  2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0 Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially oriented and real-time collaboration solutions to instantly and seamlessly increase productivity between employees, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders. This white paper discusses new Read More
Linked Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company
The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet

cost of the great plains  Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet make it critical for companies to learn how to manage and extract value from their data. Linked enterprise data (LED) combines the benefits of business intelligence (BI), master data management (MDM), service-oriented architecture (SOA), and search engines to create links among existing data, Read More
The Many Angles to Dive into the BPM Water
These days, the concepts of business process management (BPM) have become more unified, and BPM functionality from different vendors seems to be more converged.

cost of the great plains  Many Angles to Dive into the BPM Water These days, the concepts of business process management (BPM) have become more unified, and BPM functionality from different vendors seems to be more converged. However, organizations may have their own reasons for adopting BPM—different business features and requirements will lead to different matching points between adopting organizations and BPM solutions. In the mean time, BPM vendors are using various selling points to differentiate their product offerings Read More
The Power to Get Sales Leads into the Hands of the Right Salespeople Quickly and Efficiently
Manufacturers and service companies are facing a blackhole in sales lead management: costing sales. By using a workflow for lead and opportunity management

cost of the great plains  in sales lead management: costing sales. By using a workflow for lead and opportunity management, that efficiently routing and tracking sales, sales efficiency will increase and produce a bigger pipeline, and more sales will be closed. Read More
Solving the Brain Drain of the Nuclear Industry
Knowledge management requires a platform that identifies all data associated with business processes@and the people that participate in or have responsibility

cost of the great plains  the Brain Drain of the Nuclear Industry Knowledge management requires a platform that identifies all data associated with business processes—and the people that participate in or have responsibility for them. A true enterprise information management platform helps capture knowledge: it captures tacit knowledge as workers perform daily tasks and converts it to actionable knowledge items. Learn how knowledge management is vital to the nuclear industry. Read More

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