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Delivering Operational Excellence with Innovation: Enterprise Services Architecture for Enterprise Resource Planning
Changing business practices, especially those that consolidate business and IT functions, requires careful research and decision making. For companies needing

eai accounting architecture  hardwire different applications. Although EAI tools have been used success- fully for such linkage, they require employees with specialized skills who understand the inner workings of the systems on both sides to create tightly coupled integration. In addition, skilled employees are also needed to maintain the integration over the useful life of the applications. But the costs of up-front development and ongoing maintenance and efforts involved in integration can be avoided. Consider a second example of Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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ERP Belle Époque Officially Ended With the Demise of Baan and SSA
Once high-flying ERP vendors, Baan and SSA, have officially ceased to exist as independent companies on the same day in the first week of August thereby marking

eai accounting architecture  easier enterprise applications integration (EAI), more flexible pricing, acceptance of standardized applications (reflecting a reduced willingness to customize), and embedding analytical applications and knowledge management are some of the best prospects among the next wave of ERP hot-buttons. It is needless to say that almost all traditional ERP vendors had to experience a rude awakening and are now trying to expand their product offering in tune with the ever-changing trends and requirements of the Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Four: SOA and Web Services
The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has nonetheless so far largely been a war of words without the clear winner

eai accounting architecture  SAP, Tibco, and other EAI and application server vendors. Also, there seems to be a trend of larger vendors shortening time-to-market cycle through calculated acquisitions of nimble, smaller providers, as seen in SAP's recent acquisition of A2i to speed up the development of SAP NetWeaver (see SAP Bolsters NetWeaver's MDM Capabilities ). Incidentally, both SAP MDM and Oracle data hubs are about creating a unified, reconciled single source of the truth amid conflicting applications and systems that have Read More...
Shall Bifurcated Tack Reverse J.D. Edwards’ Bad Spell?
By opting now for a “best of both worlds strategy,” J.D. Edwards might finally have a formula of getting out of the doldrums it has been in for some time. While

eai accounting architecture  from investing in third-party EAI products to link disparate best-of-breed applications together - is attractive, but mostly to more agile and risk-taking companies, whose number has been dwindling lately. While it is a more sophisticated approach than traditional EAI, given that most other vendors only enable users to integrate third-party packages by providing them with application programming interfaces (APIs) that then require further coding, it is nonetheless complex and may likely deter smaller Read More...
Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part One: Accounts Payable Through Internet
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

eai accounting architecture  routings. enterprise application integration (EAI) : The unrestricted sharing of data and business processes throughout the networked applications or data sources in an organization, since early software programs in areas such as inventory control, human resources, sales automation and database management were designed to run independently, with no interaction between the systems. There are four major categories of EAI: 1) database linking: databases share information and duplicate information as needed; Read More...
Vendor Spotlight: GMS Accounting and Financial Management System
In this spotlight report, TEC Research Analyst Aleksey Osintsev examines GMS Accounting and Financial Management System, which was specifically designed for not

eai accounting architecture  Spotlight: GMS Accounting and Financial Management System In this spotlight report, TEC Research Analyst Aleksey Osintsev examines GMS Accounting and Financial Management System, which was specifically designed for not-for-profit organizations. Learn all about GMS’s customers and marketing positioning, and how the software addresses the challenges for not-for-profit accounting. Also featured is a high-level overview of GMS Accounting and Financial Management System functionality. Read More...
Accounting and Small Business Software
Accounting systems manage procedures for accurately entering, tracking, and maintaining information related to an organization@s financial operations. These

eai accounting architecture  and Small Business Software Accounting systems manage procedures for accurately entering, tracking, and maintaining information related to an organization's financial operations. These accounting applications typically support general ledger (GL) , accounts payable (A/P) and accounts receivable (A/R) , payroll, job and project costing, and multinational accounting. Many small to medium businesses (SMBs) require that other functions (such as inventory control, manufacturing management, and Read More...
IFS Applications™ 7 Architecture and Technology
IFS Applications is built using the same principles employed by successful manufacturers—the production and assembly of components. This allows change and

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GMS Accounting Management Software
GMS has been generating accounting software specific to not-for-profits since 1980. The GMS Accounting and Financial Management System is not a traditional

eai accounting architecture  Accounting Management Software GMS has been generating accounting software specific to not-for-profits since 1980. The GMS Accounting and Financial Management System is not a traditional commercial accounting or government fund package adapted for not-for-profit use. It is a grant and contract accounting system. In later years, GMS created the GMS Revolving Loan Servicing System for use in clients' offices that administrated revolving loan and other lending programs. GMS is a privately held company and Read More...
Accounting Software Checklist for Small and Midsized Businesses
Like the smb finance and accounting checklist from inside business finance.

eai accounting architecture  Software Checklist for Small and Midsized Businesses Selecting a new accounting and finance software solution for your company can be a risky business. If you miss something, it can come back to haunt you later. A good checklist can help ensure that you cover all the angles, and ask the right questions . Like the SMB Finance and Accounting Checklist from Inside Business Finance . Written in clear language, this buyer's checklist for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) gives you the right Read More...
Sage BusinessVision Accounting
Sage BusinessVision 50 Accounting (formerly ACCPAC) is intended for high-transaction, heavy user load situations. Capturing the technological benefits of

eai accounting architecture  BusinessVision Accounting Sage BusinessVision 50 Accounting (formerly ACCPAC) is intended for high-transaction, heavy user load situations. Capturing the technological benefits of Sage BusinessVision 50 Accounting with an SQL engine, the program's eighteen integrated modules can be further enhanced with a variety of add-ons. Up to one hundred users can be supported simultaneously. In addition to new utilities in the general ledger module, Sage BusinessVision 50 Accounting is designed to be fault Read More...
Managing Change: Service-Oriented Component Architecture
Technology can be used to achieve competitive advantages, increase customer service and loyalty, and increase efficiency, but technology can also cause vendor

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Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the

eai accounting architecture  so-called enterprise application integration (EAI). In the long term, something had to be done about this situation and the resulting long term delays and prohibitively high costs associated with updating modifications. To that end, the phase of n-tier and Internet-based architecture has ushered in the era of immediate trading, ever-wider application suites (beyond core ERP and with industry-specific capabilities in a single code base) residing on a single platform, while the user base has expanded into Read More...
SMB Finance and Accounting Checklist: What You Need to Consider Before You Buy
Making a list and checking it twice is a particularly good practice when picking a finance and accounting software solution. If you don’t find the right product

eai accounting architecture  Finance and Accounting Checklist: What You Need to Consider Before You Buy Making a list and checking it twice is a particularly good practice when picking a finance and accounting software solution. If you don’t find the right product for your company, you’ll just pay for the mistakes on the back end. But first you need to know which features your small to midsize business must have and which you don’t want. Get some tips that will help you create your finance and accounting checklist. Read More...
The 2011 Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software
Too often, finance professionals must contend with outdated financial and accounting systems that present spiraling overhead costs, functional limitations, and

eai accounting architecture  2011 Buyer's Guide to Accounting and Financial Software Too often, finance professionals must contend with outdated financial and accounting systems that present spiraling overhead costs, functional limitations, and unnecessary risks. And that makes it challenging for them to respond to complex business issues such as frequent regulatory change and increased compliance challenges--as well as requirements for visibility across multiple entities, currencies, and tax and regulatory frameworks. Download Read More...

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