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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 glossary  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...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now?
Enterprise Application Integration has changed massively in the past two years. Where is the market, and what vendors are left in the game?

eai glossary  the whole idea behind EAI is to integrate disparate data and technologies, the methodology should be component-based . The effort will be arduous, but the returns from an integrated information portal can be significant. Customers should try for the highest level of abstraction from the middleware to help promote reuse of components, reduce the level of coupling between applications, and reduce the amount of custom coding required in lower level languages (i.e. C or C++). If the application is to be used Read More...
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Four: Another Step in ERP Evolution
Within recent years, enterprise resource planning (ERP) has been redefined as a platform for enabling collaborative e-business globally. Originally focused on

eai glossary  the enterprise applications integration (EAI) market, since in larger corporations, customers still may prefer integration vendors with renowned product strength, vertical expertise, financial viability and savvy in extensible markup language (XML) -based B2B integration, multiplatform integration and workflow management. Often, best-of-breed specialist offers functionality or capability that mainstream ERP vendors cannot match for some time giving these specialists some breathing space for this ongoing Read More...
i2 Technologies at the Front of the Supply Chain
i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $456 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 48%

eai glossary  more internet-based CRM or EAI company acquisition as i2 expands its eBusiness suite. (70%). Growth projection: Expect 35-40% average growth over the next 3-4 years, less than previous years, but ahead of the rest of the market (70%). Vendor Recommendations Continue existing initiatives in mid-market to increase market share, both internal development to scale down core applications and partnerships with mid-market systems integrators, such as Mastech. Focus development efforts on reducing complexity of Read More...
Web 2.0: “Code Free” Siebel Web Service Integration
One of the most challenging areas in any Siebel implementation has traditionally been setting up and maintaining interfaces between Siebel and other back-end

eai glossary  Business Service , Siebel EAI Adapter, that queried the Siebel data in the first step can be used in the last step to save the record. The difference this time is the method is ‘Insert’ or ‘Update’. The input is the Property Set. When inserting or updating records, it is important to make sure you have the unique User Keys accounted for. For example, if you are updating an account, the application needs to now which account to update. If you are creating a record you will need to ensure that the Read More...
Is J.D. Edwards's CRM 2.0 (With more than 200 Enhancements) Good News?
When it comes to touting 200 product enhancements, what J.D. Edwards is saying is that ease of integration is important to mid-market companies because they

eai glossary  from investing in third-party EAI products to link disparate best-of-breed systems together — is attractive, but mostly to more agile and risk-taking companies, which number has recently been rapidly dwindling. In a full J.D. Edwards scenario, companies can connect J.D. Edwards CRM 2.0 to their J.D.Edwards Supply Chain and ERP applications and benefit from a fully integrated front/back office system. J.D Edwards' aim is to facilitate internal and external collaboration especially within the mid-market Read More...
NEON Systems Moves Further into Enterprise Application Integration
NEON Systems has signed an agreement to develop and distribute Sterling Software's SOLVE:Diplomat product. Diplomat has been used to integrate disparate

eai glossary  into a single, unified EAI product line encompassing major computing platforms and applications. This key expansion of the NEON Systems product family will provide a comprehensive EAI solution. In addition to the distribution rights, NEON has been granted a source code license and has hired the Cary, North Carolina-based software development lab dedicated to the Diplomat product. Diplomat was first deployed at a customer site in 1993. The technology has developed into a proven and established product Read More...
SAP Weaves Microsoft .NET And IBM WebSphere Into Its ESA Tapestry Part Two: Market Impact
With SAP NetWeaver and the Enterprise Services Architecture, SAP will have delivered the blueprint for turning Web services from a concept into business reality

eai glossary  pursue application server or EAI markets, it will certainly make the respective niche vendors' jobs of selling into fertile SAP client base very difficult down the track. SAP might have conceded to the fact that its customers might not necessarily accept the one-size-fits-all mantra when it comes to its functional applications, but SAP hopes they may likely opt for that approach when it comes to the enterprise integration and infrastructure. Nevertheless, given the nascence of the offering, in the short Read More...
Attaining Real Time, On-demand Information Data: Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools
Demand for instant access to dispersed information is being met by vendors offering enterprise business intelligence tools and suites. Portlet standardization

eai glossary  To refresh our memory, EAI is the unrestricted sharing of data and business processes throughout networked applications or data sources in an organization. Early enterprise applications in areas such as, inventory control, human resources (HR) and payroll management, sales force automation (SFA), and database management system (DBMS), were designed to run independently, with no interaction between the systems. They were custom-built within the technology of the day for a specific need, and were often Read More...
Optum’s ConnectStream: First the Pieces Now the Glue
Optum bolsters its collaborative product TradeStream with integration help from webMethods.

eai glossary  use of a world-class EAI product, such as that developed by webMethods. The webMethods contribution to ConnectStream seems similar to Extricity's role in Manugistics' WebConnect application, which links applications and digital marketplaces across enterprise boundaries using API's, XML, and messaging technology. User Recommendations ConnectStream should make users' lives easier by providing a full-featured EAI tool to handle the intricacies of building collaborative networks. Often integration tools Read More...
EAI - The 'Crazy Glue' of Business Applications
When companies create or change trading relationships or when they swap out business application systems, information systems professionals are required to

eai glossary  Applications The Promise of EAI Plug and Play business application system integration is the goal of investment in EAI technology. Buyers have a number of applications from various suppliers and a number of external trading partners with whom they want to exchange business transactions. EAI suppliers promote products that connect to a diverse set of applications (Adapters) transform data format, structure and content (Transformation Capabilities), move data among applications predictably and with assured Read More...
Simatic IT Interspec
Simatic IT Interspec is a corporate product specification management system, which enables a company's product lifecycle management strategy. Corporate

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Global Software Integration: Why Do So Many Projects Fail?
The IT field is littered with failed global software integration sagas. The many reasons for these failures include mismatched capabilities, geographical

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Why .NET Technology Is Important for ERP
.NET technology is a wake-up call, and some people are sleeping through it! Remaining competitive means mission-critical software systems, such as enterprise

eai glossary  graphical user interface and EAI code. So, software written during the 1970's and 1980's resides at the heart of many corporate systems. Its designers certainly didn't know about Microsoft .NET, XML, 2.3 GHz processors, and all the other technologies and standards we have today. They knew about procedural languages, 8 MB of memory, 1200 Kbps modems, dumb terminals, and raised floors. But the investment in business rules is huge, then and now, and that old code still seems to do the job. So, when it comes Read More...
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