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Why Database-agnostic Enterprise Applications Are on the Way Out
Middleware agnosticism is the wave of the future, and the database platform is becoming part of the application. It has therefore become increasingly important

database agnostic applications  traditional approach, known as database agnosticism , allows the user to select an application and a database independently. While this approach may sound good at first, it sacrifices system performance and flexibility. The reason for this is that to support multiple databases, the software vendor must pick the lowest-common-denominator set of database features for the application to use. Often this results in less than optimal design, user experience, and performance. Focusing on a particular database Read More
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Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which involves employees, customers, part...
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TOTVS Protheus ERP Is Now TEC Certified
The most recently certified enterprise resource planning (ERP) software product by TEC analysts is offered by the Brazilian company TOTVS and is called Protheus

database agnostic applications  platform that supports any database and hardware for applications. It includes tools such as an application server, DbAccess tool, enterprise content management (ECM) with business process management (BPM), SmartClient Framework, and Developer Studio. In addition, the platform is capable of supporting cloud computing, mobile devices, and social networking. The vendor is actively working to bring all its solutions under this technology framework to make them universal, more flexible, and easy to modify. Read More
The 11th Vendor Shootout for ERP: Observations - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the 11th Vendor ShootoutTM for ERP event, which took place in Boston in mid-August 2011. I was able to

database agnostic applications  abas’ proprietary object-oriented (OO) database that is self-contained and requires no database administrator (DBA) per se. At the Shootout, abas-USA president (and co-owner) Alan Salton showed how end-users can edit table fields in a casual manner with no need for  structured query language (SQL)  programming,  stored procedures , etc. Of all of the ERP products at the Shootout event, abas seemed the most platform-agnostic. Namely, on the server side, the product supports Microsoft Windows 2000, Read More
Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 4
Part 3 of this blog series analyzed the ever-evolving user interface (UI) and visualization technologies, and related approaches of Microsoft and other

database agnostic applications  of the normal system database (as a sticky note would be on a physical desktop),but that can be searched along with the data in the database. This serves the purpose of capturing knowledge in the organization and not just with an individual (see figure below). Could this capability also be a first date between user communities and enterprise applications? Silver Lining in Silverlight? But unless Microsoft Silverlight is used, Windows users are tied to the desktop, which means less reach and Read More
What's Wrong With Enterprise Applications, And What Are Vendors Doing About It? Part Three: A New Approach and User Recommendations
Despite the user preference for a single, 'one-stop shop' vendor, componentized software products, interoperability standards and Internet technology will lead

database agnostic applications  on any commonly accepted database and operation system platform, and is both J2EE and .NET compliant. Summary and Recommendations Enterprises looking for new solutions should consider the vendors who have either rewritten their products on a new framework or are at least taking new approaches described above. Can you abandon your existing infrastructure and go to a model-based world today? Yes in theory, but that will not prove practical to the vast majority of enterprises, since the IT world is a mix of Read More
Prince Minerals Selects IFS Applications for ERP
Apparently, Prince Minerals' short list came down to IFS, Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Oracle JD Edwards. Some of the primary reasons IFS was selected were for

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Oracle Database 11g for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Oracle Database 11g is a database platform for data warehousing and business intelligence (BI) that includes integrated analytics, and embedded integration and

database agnostic applications  Database 11g for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence Oracle Database 11g is a database platform for data warehousing and business intelligence (BI) that includes integrated analytics, and embedded integration and data-quality. Get an overview of Oracle Database 11g’s capabilities for data warehousing, and learn how Oracle-based BI and data warehouse systems can integrate information, perform fast queries, scale to very large data volumes, and analyze any data. Read More
Nimble Enterprise Applications Vendor Faces Stiff Challenges in A Competitive Environment
Despite intensifying competition in the enterprise applications market, IFS likes its chances. IFS has released the seventh generation of its component-based

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Composing Collaborative Financial Applications
With its short term ownership under Baan all but forgotten, CODA has been doing well, owing to its astute offerings tailored to the preferences of each regional

database agnostic applications  DB2/400 , or Sybase database platforms and the choice of Windows Server, UNIX (HP UX, Sun Solaris, and IBM AIX versions), and IBM iSeries operating systems (OS), application services provide and enforce business rules, security, and validation. The application server includes a single point of maintenance for users, roles, business rules, account validation, reporting roll-up structures, master file details, document posting rules, inquiry templates, pay, matching, etc. The system features a scalable Read More
A Guide to Successfully Deploying Enterprise Mobile Applications
Today, more and more companies are launching mobile applications, creating a mobile professional workforce across job roles and categories. This white paper

database agnostic applications  mobile phone applications,mobile workforce management,mobile technlogy trends,business mobile applications,mobile computing technology,mobile workforce solutions,mobile applications market,new mobile technology,mobile phone technology,top mobile applications,mobile internet,smartphones Read More
Plex Systems Replaces Seven Silo Applications At CCI
I recently read an article about the implementation and go-live experience of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution at a relatively small metal-forming

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Sarbanes-Oxley Database Compliance
Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure

database agnostic applications  Oxley Database Compliance Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure systems that monitor corporate data. To effectively accomplish this, you are best off investing in a solution that can comprehensively cover your reporting and auditing needs while providing you the capacity to respond swiftly should any incidents occur. Read More
IFS Applications (version 8.0) for ERP for Services Certification Report
IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for services (non-manufacturing) in the ERP

database agnostic applications  IFS Applications,IFS Applications v.8.0,IFS Applications ERP software for services,ERP software for services,ERP solution for services,ERP for services (non-manufacturing) software,IFS ERP software for services,IFS ERP for services solution,IFS Read More
Lowering Your IT Costs with Oracle Database 11g Release 2
New versions of database software and operating systems (OSs) come out regularly. In the past, upgrading the database and OS for individual environments has

database agnostic applications  IT Costs with Oracle Database 11g Release 2 New versions of database software and operating systems (OSs) come out regularly. In the past, upgrading the database and OS for individual environments has been very expensive and a never-ending job—by the time all the business systems are upgraded, it’s time to start again. This white paper discusses Oracle Database 11g Release 2, which reduces the cost and risk associated with making these changes. Read More
xRM: One Framework. Many Applications.


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