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DNA Group, Inc.
DNA Group, Inc. is the North American distributor for Defond Manufacturing Limited, Inc, a major supplier of switches and electronics to the appliance, marine,

dna exonerations  Group, Inc. DNA Group, Inc. is the North American distributor for Defond Manufacturing Limited, Inc, a major supplier of switches and electronics to the appliance, marine, transportation, power tools, white goods, lawn & garden, and consumer electronics industries. DNA Group serves the global marketplace by emphasizing responsiveness and the ability to focus on the needs of each individual customer and project. Read More...
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Microsoft Gets Close to Another ASP
Microsoft has invested $10 million in Application Service Provider Corio. Initially, Corio will host Microsoft products based on the Windows DNA platform.

dna exonerations  offer. Initially, such Windows DNA based products as Windows 2000, SQL 7.0, IIS and other BackOffice products will be hosted. Corio will also offer development tools like Visual InterDev and COM+, MTS, MSMQ and others. The two companies will build a shared laboratory to work together on hosting and deployment architecture using Microsoft's Windows DNA platform. The companies will also share business intelligence related to Corio's market. Market Impact While Corio is not the only ASP with which Microsoft Read More...
Infor’s Acquisition of PeopleAnswers Foregrounds Big Data Behavioral Analysis of Employees
Infor has announced the acquisition of PeopleAnswers, a company specializing in predictive talent analytics. PeopleAnswers’ application maps the behavioral DNA

dna exonerations  application maps the behavioral DNA of organizations by analyzing 39 behavioral traits to reveal behaviors that drive success—as understood by each company. The solution was developed taking into account scientific behavioral theories with the aid of PhD behavioral scientists. PeopleAnswers’ philosophy stems from the belief that skills alone cannot guarantee the good performance of employees. In fact, attitudes and behaviors may represent a more significant driver for success. As a result, the Read More...
E-discovery Compliance and The New Requirements of IT: The IT Manager’s Guide to 100% Compliance
Considering that e-mail and other electronically stored information (ESI) create the electronic equivalent of DNA evidence, there is no doubt that their

dna exonerations  the electronic equivalent of DNA evidence, there is no doubt that their evidentiary role will continue to expand. Learn how implementing a strategic e-discovery compliance program can help US and Canadian employers preserve, protect, and produce legally compliant e-mail and other ESI when compelled to do so by a court or regulatory body. Read More...
Plex Manufacturing Cloud Has New User Interface
Making sure that Plex Manufacturing Cloud was fast and easy for the plant worker has always been part of Plex Systems’ DNA, but the product’s computer numeric

dna exonerations  of Plex Systems ’ DNA, but the product’s computer numeric control (CNC) machine look and feel has traditionally been not that appealing to other roles in a manufacturing company. Over the last year or so, with contracted help from EPAM Systems developers in Belarus and user interface (UI) design suggestions from Two Rivers Consulting , the vendor has embarked on embellishing its UI in earnest.   At the PowerPlex 2014 user conference, Plex demonstrated a new, role-based user experience dubbed F5 UI Read More...
A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notion of long tails in modern supply chains. That blog post also introduced the vendor ToolsGroup and its solution

dna exonerations  it is basically its DNA. ToolsGroup has the ability to accurately model demand and inventory behavior, and like the mix optimization and STS curves features, it has long been an intrinsic part of ToolsGroup’s core DPM (Distribution Planning Model) product suite. The suite contains several models with more than 20 parameters for modeling demand across a broad variety of conditions such as slow-, medium-, and fast-movers, different lot sizes, different lead times, highly variable lead times, during Read More...
Microsoft Delays NGWS Conference, Windows Chief Takes “Vacation”
Forum 2000, Microsoft’s conference where it will unveil details of its Next Generation Windows Services, has been delayed three weeks. This is the latest

dna exonerations  ActiveX, DCOM, and Windows DNA. Microsoft has been migrating towards distributed component architecture; NGWS is expected to extend a framework to centralize these disparate components on larger, Internet-enabled servers. Without Allchin onboard, we expect Maritz to rework NGWS as a software development platform. In the long run, this is good strategy for Microsoft - part of the reason for its ubiquity is its historic and extensive support for software developers. But NGWS has remained an unfocused Read More...
Plex Systems Poised to Execute in 2013
The Plex Systems team was in town recently. TEC’s P.J. Jakovljevic and I took the opportunity to sit down with the new Plex CEO, Jason Blessing, as well as V.P.

dna exonerations  be part of Plex’s DNA, we heard suggestions of a more formal product strategy guiding Plex's continuous product release strategy. I asked specifically about Plex’s supply chain strategy, where, plainly, Plex does not try to be all things to all customers. Plex feels that end-users are not looking for a supply chain suite in Plex, and that end-users are more accustomed now to selecting niche vendors for specific supply chain needs. Jim Shepherd (with whom I worked for 12+ years at AMR Research) says Read More...
Epicor To Give All Its Applications More Than A Pretty Facelift
In August, Epicor announced a revised portal strategy to provide rich portal content through a more secure and standardized portal platform. By leveraging

dna exonerations  Distributed interNet Applications Architecture (DNA) and Component Object Model (COM) , the vendor hopes to be able to provide comprehensive support for Web services deployment and enterprise application integration (EAI). This technology strategy has enabled Epicor's still diverse development teams to leverage Microsoft technology, while allowing each product group to continue to use the individual databases and development tools appropriate to the requirements of each product's target market. The Read More...
Saba Software: Figuring Out Social Talent Management
For years, Saba Software has been helping companies transform enterprise-wide learning and how people do their work. In this article, principal TEC analyst P.J.

dna exonerations  in conjunction with orgcharts, DNA becomes a great visual knowledge/influence graph in an enterprise.  Figure 4 In Conclusion The market for social software is filled with startups and large incumbent software vendors all trying to carve out their own niche. Saba's approach to integrating collaboration tools with HCM business processes is worth noting. SPC is currently the first and only social enterprise platform for supporting modern people processes that transform social and formal learning and Read More...
How Has MAPICS Been Extending?
MAPICS, one of the leading mid-market ERP vendors, has significantly expanded its product offering during 2000. On June 15, MAPICS announced the release of XA 6

dna exonerations  the use of Microsoft DNA Architecture and Xtensible Markup Language (XML) enable the system to retrieve and process XML data sets at high speeds, and the solution is wholly metadata driven, making it easily extensible. This powerful architecture allows customers to collaborate securely with partners via their preferred information appliances-laptops, personal data assistants, etc. To ensure that it is a well-rounded e-business solution provider, MAPICS has also recently released new wireless software Read More...
A Spoonful of SugarCRMCase Study and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution
SugarCRM is a rapidly growing open source CRM company with solutions that appeal to a community of enthusiastic users. This study, based on a client who

dna exonerations  as part of the DNA of the company, thus SugarCRM expresses its genes by gradually pushing its commercial development efforts back into its open source solution. Second, it will have to manage partner and user contributions wisely. Some professional open source developers have noted that poorly managed open source projects can become overrun with code taking the project into the wrong direction and thus killing its momentum. In this regard, one step SugarCRM is taking in the right direction seems clear Read More...
Salesforce.com Wants to Help You Transition to a Customer Company
Coincidentally or not, my industry analyst career started at about the same time that salesforce.com was founded, back in 1999. And boy, has the vocal cloud

dna exonerations  it is in salesforce.com’s DNA to continuously innovate and meet its customers’ needs. For the other companies to catch up, salesforce.com would have to be standing still, but it is moving aggressively and continues to innovate and stay ahead of the curve. As an example, during the short time between the Boston event in late March 2013 and now, the company has announced Social.com – the latest in a veritable stream of announcements this year (and it is only April). Social.com is a self-service Read More...
SaaS Buyer's Guide for Wholesale and Distribution
SaaS, despite its phenomenal popularity, is certainly not one-size-fits-all. You need to consider decision criteria such as fit, return on investment, and risk.

dna exonerations  was a new Recombinant DNA technique; its details were published in 1973 by Stanley Cohen of Stanford University and Herbert Boyer of the University of California, San Francisco, putting the first blip on the radar screen for a whole new world of healthcare innovations to come. In 1982, recombinant human-insulin became the first biotech therapy to earn FDA approval, paving the way for increased acceleration in the industry's product development. Since 1992, the biotech industry has experienced an explo Read More...

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