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The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software
he Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software.Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Investigation of The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software. Consider the case of two hypothetical companies—Company A and Company Z—each using an identical enterprise software package delivering identical core functionality. Company A has the same number of users, but the total cost of ownership (TCO) experienced by Company Z is about twice the TCO enjoyed by Company A. Why? We explain.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software The Case Against Modifying Your Enterprise Software Source: IFS Document Type: White Paper Description: Consider the case of two hypothetical companies—Company A and Company Z—each using an identical enterprise software package delivering identical core functionality. Company A has the same number of users, but the total cost of ownership (TCO) experienced by Company Z is about twice the TCO enjoyed by Company A. Why? We explain. The Case Against
5/12/2006 12:41:00 PM

The Importance of Software Training: Save Money While Improving Workplace Morale
The fun begins with The Importance of Software Training. “Computer rage” is inevitable and costs millions of dollars annually in lost payroll and productivity. Reducing computer rage means investing in employee education and software customization. Increased knowledge and improved software usability eases employee frustration when systems don’t behave as expected. Confident employees can solve issues quickly without disrupting the rest of the workplace, saving time and money.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: The Importance of Software Training: Save Money While Improving Workplace Morale The Importance of Software Training: Save Money While Improving Workplace Morale Source: Efficient Office Computing Document Type: White Paper Description: “Computer rage” is inevitable and costs millions of dollars annually in lost payroll and productivity. Reducing computer rage means investing in employee education and software customization. Increased knowledge and improved software usability eases employee
7/21/2009 9:23:00 PM

Winning the War for Talent in the High-tech Industry
Winning the War for Talent in the High-Tech Industry. Find Free Guides and Other Solutions to Define Your Performance In Relation To Talent in the High-Tech Industry. People—that is, talent—are at the heart of any strategy to master the business challenges of high-tech companies. For best results, human resources (HR) organizations must transform from taking the role of service provider to that of strategic business partner. Find out about the four imperatives a successful HR organization must address in order to develop a competitive HR strategy and win the war for talent.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: Winning the War for Talent in the High-tech Industry Winning the War for Talent in the High-tech Industry Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: People—that is, talent—are at the heart of any strategy to master the business challenges of high-tech companies. For best results, human resources (HR) organizations must transform from taking the role of service provider to that of strategic business partner. Find out about the four imperatives a successful HR organization must address in order
2/24/2009 12:43:00 PM

Software Size Units
The conventional unit of measurement for software size is the point. Unfortunately, the point-based measurement system fails to account for many of the complexities of software development. This paper proposes software size units (SSUs) as an alternative to points, defines their component elements, and explains how to use SSUs for more accurate software estimations and easier productivity assessments.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: Software Size Units Software Size Units Source: Chemuturi Consultants Document Type: White Paper Description: The conventional unit of measurement for software size is the point. Unfortunately, the point-based measurement system fails to account for many of the complexities of software development. This paper proposes software size units (SSUs) as an alternative to points, defines their component elements, and explains how to use SSUs for more accurate software estimations and easier productivity
1/12/2009 10:23:00 AM

SAP Industry Solutions for Mid-market Companies
For over a decade, SAP has offered industry-specific applications, starting with oil and gas and utilities solutions. Media, insurance, chemicals, banking, and public sector offerings have followed, highlighting SAP's lesser-known side as a market-oriented provider of industry-tailored solutions.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: SAP Industry Solutions for Mid-market Companies SAP Industry Solutions for Mid-market Companies Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - May 25, 2006 Read Comments Introduction For well over a decade, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has been offering market-leading enterprise applications software tailored to specific industries, starting with the oil and gas and the utilities industries (the original SAP industries). Other industries, such as media, insurance, chemicals, banking, and the public sectors have followed,
5/25/2006

ERP Software Buyer s Guide for the Mid-Market
If you're interested in an ERP software solution for your small or midsized business, but would like to know more about it, the mid-market ERP solu...

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: ERP Software Buyer s Guide for the Mid-Market ERP Software Buyer s Guide for the Mid-Market If you re interested in an ERP software solution for your small or midsized business, but would like to know more about it, the Mid-market ERP Solutions Buyer s Guide is for you. In clear, straightforward language, this guide will bring you up to speed on the basics of mid-market ERP systems, the different ways an ERP system can make your company more efficient and competitive, the choices you have in terms of
4/9/2009

EAI Vendor Active Software Activates Transactions
Active Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise application integration software products, today announced the ActiveWorks™ Application Transaction Coordinator (ATC) to ensure the transactional integrity of end-to end business processes across systems, both within and outside the corporate firewall.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: EAI Vendor Active Software Activates Transactions EAI Vendor Active Software Activates Transactions M. Reed - June 1, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - June 1, 2000 Event Summary Active Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASWX), a provider of enterprise application integration software products, today announced the ActiveWorks Application Transaction Coordinator (ATC) to ensure the transactional integrity of end-to end business processes. A new component of the ActiveWorks Integration System, the ATC is said to provide
6/1/2000

Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay
Having garnered an astutely broad enterprise applications’ portfolio, Best Software recently unveiled its 'customer and/or partner for life' strategy to fend off any intruder to its US market stronghold, especially Microsoft Business Solutions.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay P.J. Jakovljevic - December 18, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary It is apparent many software powerhouses have this Fall been busy sharpening their weapons and fortifying their kingdoms. On October 28, Best Software, Inc. , one of the leading provider of integrated accounting, business management, HR/payroll and fixed asset solutions for small and mid-sized companies in North America, and a subsidiary of UK-based The Sage
12/18/2002

PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry
PeopleSoft and Bradley Ward will integrate their products in an alliance aimed at the food processing industry. The completed solution will let companies' link real-time plant floor level data to ERP systems.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry Steve McVey - February 28, 2000 Read Comments PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry S. McVey - February 28th, 2000 Event Summary PeopleSoft recently announced a partnership with Atlanta-based Bradley Ward Systems, Inc., maker of plant floor execution software for the food industry. The two companies will work to integrate PeopleSoft applications for customer fulfillment, inventory planning, and demand management with Bradley
2/28/2000

Ease SOX Requirements with IBS Software
The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) addresses the issues of corporate fiscal accountability, accounting standards and practices, and reporting, as well as investor confidence in publicly owned corporations. SOX thus presents challenges to satisfy regulatory requirements, as well as opportunities to improve processes. That's why SOX compliance can be aided by an integrated, automated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: Ease SOX Requirements with IBS Software Ease SOX Requirements with IBS Software Source: IBS Document Type: White Paper Description: The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) addresses the issues of corporate fiscal accountability, accounting standards and practices, and reporting, as well as investor confidence in publicly owned corporations. SOX thus presents challenges to satisfy regulatory requirements, as well as opportunities to improve processes. That s why SOX compliance can be aided by an integrated,
11/2/2006 2:58:00 PM

Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings
On October 21, the Baan Company announced a larger-than-expected loss of $25M. Baan's stock price tumbled more than 10% after the loss more than tripled Wall Street's prediction of losses between $8.2M and $1.4M. Revenue for the quarter was $143M, compared to $195M in the same period last year. Sales of new software fell 59% to $36M for the recent quarter, from last year's $86.6M. Baan cited the market's move toward leasing rather than buying software as one reason for its sagging revenue.

DISADVANTAGE OF SOFTWARE INDUSTRY: Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings Software Leasing Trend Slams Baan Earnings P.J. Jakovljevic - October 27, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On October 21, Baan Co. reported a net loss of $25 million, or 12 cents per share, as well as significantly lower year-on-year revenue for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. Although the business software vendor was able to reduce its third-quarter loss compared with the $40 million in red ink it posted for the corresponding quarter in 1998, revenue fell by
10/27/1999


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