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Best Software Delivers More Insights To Its Partners (As Well As To The Market) Part Four: Market Impact Continued
Sage Group's decision to finally group its plethora of enterprise-level applications in North America under the Best Software brand in 2002 emanated from the

database software market  Software further even publishes database schemas and provides complete documentation and source code to third-party software developers/Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). In February 2002, Best Software also added process manufacturing to its offerings with the acquisition of BatchMasterPFW , a solution for the production of formulated products, including paint and coatings, food, consumer packaged goods (CPG), chemicals and pharmaceuticals, among others, while recently in October, Best Software

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Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion


Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP market. While Navision has done a respectable job establishing its U.S. network, it will face a fierce challenge from domestic competitors like Great Plains, Epicor Software, and Solomon Software.

database software market  the MS SQL Server database may want to inquire about Navision's strategy regarding the product's business intelligence and data warehousing capabilities, bearing in mind that those are innate within the proprietary Navision Server database. Any organization evaluating Navision Software should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, in expectation of Navision's future product Read More

Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors Part Two: Progress


ERP vendors are making their way into the retail market by bundling, acquiring point solutions or partnering strategically to embed retail-specific functions within their suites. Like in all other enterprise applications markets, eventually, albeit not any time soon, the retail market too will come to a showdown between the pure retail vendors and the enterprise application vendors (e.g., Oracle, SAP, Lawson, PeopleSoft, SSA Global, Geac, Intentia, etc.), which have been striving to natively embed more retail-specific capability into their products.

database software market  not match from one database to the next in the value chain. For every product under its brand umbrella, there are several product attributes, including definitions, specifications (product weights, measurements, calorie counts, etc.), images, marketing messages, and prices. As a result, something as bland as a can of food comes with arrays of data relating to pricing, description, promotion, and so on. To make things worse, companies may have hundreds or thousands of products and a number of individuals Read More

ABAS Business Software-One Mid-market ERP Vendor to Watch For


ABAS Business Software has built a name for itself as a mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor to contend with. In his latest article, TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the company’s major ERP offering, describes how the mid-market ERP vendor the differentiated itself from the pack, and talks with Alan Salton to get the president’s perspective on the company’s products, challenges, and strategies.

database software market  database functions.   The Database Engine Since version 2003, abas Business Software has been equipped with a Log database in the standard. This technology not only comes at no additional charge (i.e., no need to buy a separate license to a Microsoft SQL Server , Oracle, or IBM DB2 database), but also differs fundamentally from conventional relational database concepts. As of the 2003 release, existing data objects can no longer be modified, but new data objects can be created, and the existing database Read More

ERP Vendor Lawson Software Extends to IBM's DB2 Universal Database


Lawson Software, a major privately held provider of enterprise resource planning software, today announced the delivery of its enterprise software applications for IBM's DB2 Universal Database. This availability extends Lawson's support of the IBM DB2 Universal Database to encompass IBM Netfinity, RS/6000 and S/390 servers. Support for IBM DB2 on Hewlett Packard and Sun Microsystems server platforms is scheduled for May 2000.

database software market  to IBM's DB2 Universal Database Event Summary ST. PAUL, Dec. 28, 1999 - Lawson Software, the only provider of Self-Evident Applications (SEA) for e-business, today announced the complete delivery of its enterprise software applications with IBM's DB2 Universal Database. This full integration availability extends Lawson's support of the IBM DB2 Universal Database to encompass IBM Netfinity, RS/6000 and S/390 servers. Support for IBM DB2 on Hewlett Packard and Sun Microsystems server platforms is Read More

Cougar Mountain Software


Since 1982, 19,000 clients have turned to Cougar Mountain Software for their accounting software solutions. Cougar Mountain provides software applications for midsized businesses and nonprofit organizations in need of accounting software, fund software, or point of sale (POS) software and hardware across a broad range of industries requiring customizable solutions. Cougar Mountain is based in Boise, Idaho (US).

database software market  Mountain Software Since 1982, 19,000 clients have turned to Cougar Mountain Software for their accounting software solutions. Cougar Mountain provides software applications for midsized businesses and nonprofit organizations in need of accounting software, fund software, or point of sale (POS) software and hardware across a broad range of industries requiring customizable solutions. Cougar Mountain is based in Boise, Idaho (US). Read More

The Complete Buyer's Guide for Payroll Software


When selecting and deploying a new payroll software solution, there are many factors to take into consideration, including timing, data transfer and conversion, and side-by-side processing. In addition to specific software features and functionality, it’s important to choose a vendor known for experience in the payroll software industry. Read this guide by Sage to gain useful information before buying a software solution.

database software market  Complete Buyer's Guide for Payroll Software When selecting and deploying a new payroll software solution, there are many factors to take into consideration, including timing, data transfer and conversion, and side-by-side processing. In addition to specific software features and functionality, it’s important to choose a vendor known for experience in the payroll software industry. Read this guide by Sage to gain useful information before buying a software solution. Read More

Moxie Software


Moxie Software is a customer-centric enterprise social software company that enables companies to connect employees, customers, and partners to engage in business, share knowledge, and collaborate. Moxie Insight, Moxie's thought leadership division, provides research in enterprise technology, talent development, and collaborative innovation.

database software market  Software Moxie Software is a customer-centric enterprise social software company that enables companies to connect employees, customers, and partners to engage in business, share knowledge, and collaborate. Moxie Insight, Moxie's thought leadership division, provides research in enterprise technology, talent development, and collaborative innovation. Read More

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

database software market  Of How Some Mid-Market Vendors Might Remain Within The Future Three (Dozen)? Part Three: Made2Manage Market Impact and User Recommendations Market Impact While the ongoing consolidation frenzy is by no means the end of smaller vendors, the number of survivors is certainly limited to only a selected few dozen. Amid ongoing seismic consolidation tremors, smaller application vendors are left with only a few choices, such as going (or remaining) private albeit under a wealthy financial backer's wing Read More

Expandable Software


Founded in 1983, Expandable Software, Inc. develops, markets, and supports an integrated manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP). The company's implementation process is performed exclusively with direct employees of the company. Expandable's customers-which range from start-ups to growing manufacturers with annual revenues approaching the billion-dollar mark-manufacture a variety of products including medical devices, electronics, and consumer goods. Expandable is headquartered in Santa Clara, California (US), with offices in California (US), Medway, Massachusetts (US), and New Albany, Ohio (US).

database software market  Software Founded in 1983, Expandable Software, Inc. develops, markets, and supports an integrated manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP). The company's implementation process is performed exclusively with direct employees of the company. Expandable's customers-which range from start-ups to growing manufacturers with annual revenues approaching the billion-dollar mark-manufacture a variety of products including medical devices, electronics, and consumer goods. Expandable is Read More

Cezanne Software


Cézanne Software provides human capital planning (HCM) and management software, and develops and designs solutions that enable organizations to better plan and optimize the human side of their business. The company’s focus is to provide the business owner with people-centered solutions to manage the execution and evolution of business processes that are critical for the organization's success. The privately held company's North American headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts (US). Cézanne Software is a global software vendor with more than 300 company clients in Europe, North America, Latin America, and West Africa.

database software market  Software Cézanne Software provides human capital planning (HCM) and management software, and develops and designs solutions that enable organizations to better plan and optimize the human side of their business. The company’s focus is to provide the business owner with people-centered solutions to manage the execution and evolution of business processes that are critical for the organization's success. The privately held company's North American headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts (US). Read More

JDA Software Group


JDA® Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company®, offers the broadest portfolio of supply chain, retail merchandising, store operations and all-channel commerce solutions to help companies manage the flow of goods from raw materials to finished products and into the hands of consumers. JDA’s deep industry expertise and innovative cloud platform help more than 6,000 companies optimize inventory, labor and customer service levels. As a result, JDA solutions have become the standard for the world’s leading retailers, manufacturers and distributors. JDA's planning, optimization and execution solutions span the entire supply chain from materials to the consumer, leveraging the powerful heritage and knowledge capital of integrated brands including RedPrairie®, i2 Technologies®, Manugistics®, E3®, Intactix® and Arthur®.

database software market  Software Group JDA® Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company®, offers the broadest portfolio of supply chain, retail merchandising, store operations and all-channel commerce solutions to help companies manage the flow of goods from raw materials to finished products and into the hands of consumers. JDA’s deep industry expertise and innovative cloud platform help more than 6,000 companies optimize inventory, labor and customer service levels. As a result, JDA solutions have become the standard Read More

A Software-as-a-service Primer for Independent Software Vendors


Unlike many over-hyped technology trends of the past, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is producing real business benefits for organizations of all sizes across nearly every industry. This primer outlines how independent software vendors (ISVs) must respond to these realities in order to meet the changing needs of their customers, employees, and business partners; and ensure their long-term viability and competitiveness.

database software market  Software-as-a-service Primer for Independent Software Vendors Unlike many over-hyped technology trends of the past, software-as-a-service (SaaS) is producing real business benefits for organizations of all sizes across nearly every industry. This primer outlines how independent software vendors (ISVs) must respond to these realities in order to meet the changing needs of their customers, employees, and business partners; and ensure their long-term viability and competitiveness. Read More

Outsourcing, Applications Software Software Evaluation Report


The outsourcing application software Software Evaluation Report criteria are appropriate for selecting outsource providers in the area of business software development. It includes all activities performed by outsource providers including software development; software maintenance; software reengineering or rearchitecting; porting software to a new platform; and more.

database software market  Applications Software Software Evaluation Report TEC's Outsourcing, Applications Software Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision. This Software Evaluation Report provides extensive Read More

To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned


The star above small and medium businesses (SMB) has never been so bright. CRM solution vendors are courting this market segment extensively. This is the second of a series of articles that look at strategies deployed by major enterprise solution vendors to attract the SMB decision makers and whether those vendors are ''dumbing down'' their enterprise software for the mid-market. This article evaluates SAP's mid-market solutions and its implementation approach.

database software market  Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned Event Summary TEC recently interviewed Patrick Hickey , Director SMB Solutions, SAP America and Steffen Fischer , Manager SMB Solutions, BU SMB , SAP Labs in order to get a closer look at SAP mid-market product and sales strategy. SAP is traditionally known as a provider of enterprise solutions for larger organizations capable of undertaking expensive and lengthy application implementations. SAP is the fourth largest software company in Read More