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E-business Buy Side Success at H.B. Fuller
Chemical Company H.B. Fuller leveraged e-business to impact their procurement operations. This article discusses their objectives, the solution and the results.

e business buy side  and ERP systems, to ensure the solution is tailored to your specific business needs and is done right the first time. In the case of H.B. Fuller, because its technology provider (Stratyc) knew its industry and had expertise with PRISM, the solution they gained featured full integration to their existing ERP system, eliminating the need to replace it or build the integration themselves. The net result was a robust eBusiness solution, fully integrated with PRISM, in a fraction of the time it would have Read More
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SCT Corporation Means (e)Business For Process Manufacturing
SCT has announced more e-commerce offerings for the process industries, including an expanded vision for their iProcess.sct solution called 'Collaboration in

e business buy side  will do business with each other, whether it be through a website, over the phone, or a handheld or personal digital assistant (PDA). Wireless business activities include placing or checking orders, inquiring on goods available, and looking up quality specifications on newly arriving shipments. On March 19, SCT also announced a partnership with IBM that combines the iProcess.sct solution with IBM e-business solutions. As part of the relationship, SCT will offer iProcess.sct with IBM's financing, Read More
i2 To Power Best Buy
Since introducing its first cavernous superstore in 1989, the Minnesota-based discount retailer has grown rapidly to over 350 stores in 39 states. The company

e business buy side  planning, logistics planning, and e-commerce capabilities and perhaps others. Since introducing its first cavernous superstore in 1989, the Minnesota-based discount retailer has grown rapidly to over 350 stores in 39 states. The company now hopes to replicate the success of its brick-and-mortar business in cyberspace. The scope of the i2 project encompasses the major nodes along Best Buy's supply chain beginning with demand planning. Point-of-sale (POS) integration will be incorporated into the process Read More
QAD Explores E-Business While Not Abandoning ERP
QAD, one of the leading ERP vendors, announced a number of product and alliance initiatives prior to or during Explore 2000, its annual user conference that

e business buy side  of spinning off the eQ business may be tempting, it may not make much sense at present, given the fact that QAD has been closing its ranks as a part of the recovery strategy. Any hiccups and delays in its product development execution, possibly bundled with bland sales execution and cautious initial eQ acceptance within MFG/PRO customer base, may put significant strain on its eroded cash resources. Any product development and/or integration with 3rd-party products requires a painstaking effort, and Read More
Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 3: E-Business and Mid-Market Shakeout
This note discusses how ERP-driven e-business will have to extend well beyond providing business partners self-service portlets. It will have to allow trading

e business buy side  procurement market. The first e - procurement applications focused on indirect MRO (maintenance, repair, and operations) supplies. E-commerce vendors introduced concepts of putting supplier catalogs online and facilitating any authorized party to place an order within established contracts and pricing. ERP vendors are beginning to offer integration that will automate the Request for Quotes (RFQ) process. Through a direct link with their financial software, companies can electronically download invoices Read More
Business Intelligence in SAP Business All-in-One: Improve Transparency and Agility
Business intelligence (BI) functionality can help your company gains visibility, insight, operational alignment, and accountability to increase revenue, margins

e business buy side  Intelligence in SAP Business All-in-One: Improve Transparency and Agility Business intelligence (BI) functionality can help your company gains visibility, insight, operational alignment, and accountability to increase revenue, margins, and liquidity; streamline processes; improve agility; and become a best-run business. Find out more in this report about a preconfigured solution. Read More
Enterprise Service-oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective: Differentiate, Accelerate, and Simplify Your Business
To survive in today’s global marketplace, companies must develop a competitive advantage. Your business can thrive with the help of enterprise service-oriented

e business buy side  Service-oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective: Differentiate, Accelerate, and Simplify Your Business To survive in today’s global marketplace, companies must develop a competitive advantage. Your business can thrive with the help of enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA). With the ability to implement business strategies more quickly, this greater flexibility will help your new business processes and empower your information workers—giving your company long-term growth Read More
Business Performance Management Basics: An Overview of Business Performance Management and Its Benefits to the Organization
Business performance management (BPM) includes setting key performance indicators, using data mining to discover data patterns and using software to help drive

e business buy side  evolution of BI toward encompassing business performance functionality. Key Performance Indicators and Data Mining The terms KPI and data mining are often used to discuss the benefits of BPM and the ways in which BPM drives business decisions. Knowing what those terms mean, however, does not alone guarantee business success. Instead, organizations should identify appropriate ways to apply KPI and data mining in order to determine the metrics required for making the right strategic decisions. KPIs are Read More
Business Process Management and Optimization
Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them

e business buy side  Process Management and Optimization Business processes are strategic assets. They not only generate revenue, but also represent a significant proportion of operational costs. Managing them properly is key to your organization’s success. Find out how business process management and optimization (BPMaO) can help you understand, manage, and improve your business processes in order to deliver value-added products and services to your clients. Read More
Designing Compelling Business Intelligence Business Cases
IT investment continues to grow, as do the solutions that are funded by it. So far, this growth has contributed more to complexity than simplification

e business buy side  on their number-one priority: enabling business intelligence (BI). The use cases presented in this whitepaper highlight ways that your company can benefit from standardization. Read More
TEC Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OFBiz
In conversation with the Open For Business (OFBiz) project leader, David Jones, TEC discovers some of the challenges in raising an open source enterprise

e business buy side  Talks to the Open For Business ProjectFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart One: OFBiz Introduction Consider that Free and open source software models, as opposed to the traditional proprietary models, may afford end user organizations a direct line to getting the software that is most well-adapted to their specific needs and at a lower cost. If that tends to be the case, one should ask how it is that the groups providing Free and open source enterprise software model their businesses to Read More
Navigator Business Solutions Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) for Discrete ERP Certification Report
Navigator One for SAP Business One (v88) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of discrete enterprise resource planning (ERP) software in TEC's Evaluation

e business buy side  Office | Benefits of ERP | Business ERP Small Software | Accounting Software Package | Purchasing Management Submodules | Accounting Software for Business | Sales Management | Navigator One Human Resource | TEC Certified Product Benefits | Navigator for Project Management | Integrated Enterprise Resource Planning System | Integrated ERP System | TEC Certification Report | TEC Product Certification Report | TEC Discrete ERP Product Certification Report | Technology Evaluation Centers Discrete ERP | TEC's Read More
Driving SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence
In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in

e business buy side  SMB Efficiency with Business Intelligence In the coming year, many companies will shift focus to business growth. However, continued economic volatility means that they will also need to keep costs in check to maintain healthy margins. Many small to medium businesses (SMBs) are investing in business intelligence (BI) solutions to assist with this effort. Find out what tools are necessary to provide BI and how a suite of BI tools can help SMBs improve efficiency. Read More
Extending Your SAP Applications to Better Manage Business Performance
IT professionals must fulfill a vast array of business user information needs in a fast-changing technical environment. To succeed, the technology companies

e business buy side  Your SAP Applications to Better Manage Business Performance IT professionals must fulfill a vast array of business user information needs in a fast-changing technical environment. To succeed, the technology companies choose must meet with a high rate of user adoption and satisfaction. Learn the challenges facing IT and find out how to provide users with the flexible, self-service business intelligence (BI) and planning capabilities that they need for performance management (PM). Read More

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