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Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 4: ASP’s and New Pricing Models
This final note discusses how Application Service Providers (ASPs) have arisen on the Internet in response to such ERP woes as support expenses, misbehaving

eai screenshots  Easier enterprise applications integration (EAI), more flexible pricing, reduced need to customize an application and easier customization when needed, product design collaboration/product lifecycle management (PLM), tools for business process change analysis (beyond a mere business process modeling), and embedding analytical applications and knowledge management are some of the best prospects among the next wave of ERP hot-buttons. Users' need to understand their e-business requirements and critical Read More...
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Essential ERP - Current Market Trends - Part II
ERP applications are designed to optimize an organization’s underlying business processes — primarily accounting/financial, manufacturing, distribution, and

eai screenshots  Easier enterprise applications integration (EAI), more flexible pricing, reduced urge to customize an application, and embedding analytical applications and knowledge management are some of the best prospects among the next wave of ERP hot-buttons. The lesson to draw, however, from the past few years as ERP fad after fad jumped into the spotlight and then receded almost as quickly, is to be selective. Some, but certainly not all of these trends will prove worthwhile. Users' need to understand their Read More...
'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: J.D. Edwards
J.D. Edwards believes in the possibilities (both in terms of technology and sell-ability) of Collaborative Commerce. How far have they gotten in that vision

eai screenshots  continued support for third-party EAI tools from such companies as Tibco, Oberon, and Viewlocity; support for common middleware working on the COM/DCOM, CORBA, Java, and XML protocols (including the RosettaNet and Microsoft Biztalk XML business definitions); a published set of C-language API's, and finally; support for IBM's MQSeries middleware. User Recommendations  J.D. Edwards is a major, Tier 1 ERP vendor at the very least, and won't be disappearing any time soon. If you're a current user, you Read More...
J.D. Edwards - A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 2: Evaluating J.D. Edwards
Like most of its peers, J.D. Edwards is hoping to rebound by focusing on Internet collaboration and extended-ERP applications. The company has also

eai screenshots  Edwards' move into the EAI arena is indisputably risky, we commend its determination to bite the bullet and include integration systems into the core product offering. However, we also believe that managing this large application portfolio, much of which involves partnering or extensive integration and customization, will be cumbersome. This note presents in two parts a current evaluation of J.D. Edwards, examining its history, products, and marketing strategy, with specific recommendations for both J.D. Read More...
SEEBURGER
SEEBURGER, maker of the Business Integration Suite, provides a comprehensive electronic data interchange (EDI), business-to-business (B2B), and@enterprise

eai screenshots  (B2B), and enterprise application integration (EAI) solutions for SAP users. Available on premises, in the cloud, and as a service. Read More...
webMethods Gets Active (Software That Is)
In May webMethods Inc. announced that it will purchase Active Software Inc. in an all-stock deal. The purchase is worth approximately $1.3 Billion. WebMethods

eai screenshots  and the Netherlands. Since EAI is most important to large, multi-national corporations, this should help to increase their market presence. Some of webMethods existing customers include Dell Computer, Lucent, and Bell Atlantic. Active claims approximately 200 customers in verticals such as telecommunications, government, manufacturing, and transportation. User Recommendations Customers evaluating Enterprise Application Integration solutions should be cautious at this point. The market is beginning to Read More...
JuxtaComm And IBM Integrate Their Integration Products
JuxtaComm Technologies has announced a relationship with IBM to provide a “universal adapter” capability by implementing the IBM MQSeries Integrator as a

eai screenshots  loss . Market Impact Integrating EAI products with IBM MQSeries Integrator (as well as MQSeries Workflow and the base MQSeries product) seems to be the flavor of the month for vendors, including Evoke Software , Vitria , and Extricity . Potential customers will be hard pressed to find an EAI vendor who does not have an adapter for MQSI, or is not currently developing one. The MQSeries base product is already built into JuxtaComm's offering, so the feature extension should be fairly straightforward. Two Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now?
Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application

eai screenshots  Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology ( buzz-phrases like IAI, or Inter-Enterprise Application Integration , and e-Business Infrastructure Enablement , or B2Bi), has arisen out of the marketing machine, and customers are generally confused as to just what vendors are offering and how it may (or may not) solve their business problem. In addition, the strong downturn in the technology economy has affected many vendors' Read More...
The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success
Successful e-commerce relies on intelligible, trustworthy content. To achieve this, companies need a complete solution at their back- and front-ends, so they

eai screenshots  hits. In non-interactive transactions (EDI/EAI), it applies your business rules and measures of statistical certainty, to determine critical relationships within the data, such as duplication and affiliations (e.g., households, divisions of one company). Fuzzy matching is necessary because normalizing data can't eliminate all non-standard data. What does it cost? Though prices vary, higher priced solutions yield greater automation and better quality results. For catalog content, automated processes Read More...
SCE Leaders Partner To See Beyond Their Portfolio Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
One of the biggest challenges facing IT departments today is still unlocking data and processes from a plethora of heterogeneous applications running on

eai screenshots  a central hub, the EAI servers themselves tend to be proprietary and non-standard. Customers are increasingly desiring to do away with point-to-point integration approaches at that data level (with extensive lists of custom APIs and connectors/adapters) and to replace it with more inter-enterprise ranging integrations, based on business processes that extend beyond the traditional definitional boundaries of a single application suite. Many believe that the advent of standards and Web services will allevia Read More...
J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings
On August 23, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. Despite notable license fee revenue growth of 56% over the same

eai screenshots  its highly marketed flexible EAI product strategy. In addition to all apparent and/or hidden caveats of disparate products integration, the issue of increased costs of license sales (almost doubled over a year) due to an exorbitant number of 3rd-party software sales and subsequently less profit margins has been burdening the company's P&L statements. Therefore, further cost reduction by laying off staff can help only so much. Having known the company's quality difficulties with earlier releases of Read More...
Mercator Continues to Suffer Turmoil - Can They Stay on the Map?
What’s new at EAI vendor Mercator Software? TEC updates a report from August 2000. Mercator Software has found themselves on a long and rocky road, where the

eai screenshots  Software (NASDAQ: MCTR). See EAI Vendor Mercator Drops to a Lower Place on the Map for complete details). The vendor missed their second quarter earnings estimate by 4 cents a share (predictions were 8 cents a share), and dropped 54 percent in value. Estimates showed the stock at $24.75. The company reported higher than forecasted marketing expenses for Q2, and the fact that Ira Gerard, the CFO, was stepping down due to health reasons. Since that time, Mercator stock has nose-dived to $4.31 (as of Read More...
PeopleSoft, Lawson To Resell Integration Tools
Two ERP vendors recently signed agreements to resell integration software from Enterprise Applications Integration vendors.

eai screenshots  players in the marketplace, EAI vendors will need to explore innovative development approaches for creating conduits that join various applications in their many combinations. Partnerships like those of PeopleSoft and Lawson are a step in the right direction. User Recommendations While partnerships such as those mentioned above can save time in getting information about a prospective integration tool, users should not select an integration package based solely on the advice of an ERP or supply chain manag Read More...
J.D. Edwards Touts Leadership in Collaboration and Flexibility -- There Seems to be Some Notable Functionality Too
In its major comeback attempt J.D. Edwards has been playing the card of system openness and interconnectivity, some of the key principles of the Internet

eai screenshots  from investing in 3rd-party EAI products to link disparate best-of-breed systems together - is certainly attractive. While J.D. Edwards' move into the EAI arena is indisputably risky, we commend its determination to bite the bullet and include integration systems into the core product offering. Some of its competitors, who are still convinced that they can deliver most of the necessary functionality themselves, may find themselves seriously lagging once they finally realize the need for interconnectivity Read More...
'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Procurement, and SCM Unite! A Series Study
Now in 2001, the catchphrase is 'Collaborative Commerce', where we unite all of the elements of ERP, CRM, E-Procurement, and SCM into one coherent system within

eai screenshots  difficult and always expensive EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) tools for linkages. CRM vendors have the same dilemma, though they tend to have better integrated the various CRM components without the need for EAI. But what about linking all the events in the Entire Customer Experience (see the Tutorial, CRM and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer ), as depicted in the scenario above? We're not there yet. Defining the Collaborative Commerce Ideal  In the ideal scenario, Collaborative Read More...

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