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CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference?
Every enterprise asset management (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to minimize cost and risk while maximizing return. This white paper explores how CMMS applications and EAM applications drive value.

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey TEC 2013 ERP Buyer s Guide for Process Manufacturing Quality Management Selecting Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) for Design, Operate, Maintain Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management
2/22/2013 4:52:00 PM

Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 vs. Tier 3 ERP: What’s the Difference, Anyway? » The TEC Blog
list of tier 1 ERP vendors is always easy enough to identify. Or is it? Indeed, the most straightforward and useful way to distinguish different software vendor tiers is by the type of company they serve: Tier 1 vendors serve large global businesses. Tier 2 vendors serve mainly mid-market businesses. Tier 3 vendors serve smaller-than-medium businesses. Although some folks have alluded to the presence of a tier 4 software vendor, I don’t think this applies to the ERP space. How to Distinguish the Differe

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: ERP, software vendors, Tier 1, Tier 2, tier 3, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
10-07-2012

Ask the Experts: What’s the Difference between ASP and SaaS? » The TEC Blog
customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM hr human capital management ibm industry watch infor Manufacturing Mobile on demand Oracle plm product lifecycle management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (181) Business Process Matters (65) Customer Relationship Matters (159) FOSS Ecosystem (24) From the Project Manager s Desk (32) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1127) Information Management and Collabora

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: application server provider, asp, multitenant, on demand, SaaS, Software as a Service, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
01-10-2010

Ask the Experts: What’s the Difference between ASP and SaaS? » The TEC Blog
customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM hr human capital management ibm industry watch infor Manufacturing Mobile on demand Oracle plm product lifecycle management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (181) Business Process Matters (65) Customer Relationship Matters (159) FOSS Ecosystem (24) From the Project Manager s Desk (32) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1127) Information Management and Collabora

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: application server provider, asp, multitenant, on demand, SaaS, Software as a Service, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
01-10-2010

Dynacom ERP (v. 11.3) for ERP for SMB Certification Report
Dynacom ERP (v. 11.3) product certification report. Assisted online evaluation of ERP for SMB solutions. Dynacom Enterprise is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for small to medium business (SMB) solutions in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary.

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: Dynacom ERP (v. 11.3) for ERP for SMB Certification Report Dynacom ERP (v. 11.3) for ERP for SMB Certification Report Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Certification Report Description: Dynacom Enterprise is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for small to medium business (SMB) solutions in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with
1/20/2012 10:59:00 AM

TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 8) » The TEC Blog
and selects the right ERP system for the company. Cast your vote at the bottom of this post , and next week I’ll move the scenario forward based on the winning answer. The story so far : Mike Chelonia, TurtleSpice’s comptroller, has been tasked to select an ERP system by his CFO. Facing pressure from his VP Wade Sharkey to short-circuit the selection process and select Big Gun Software, Mike gets a reprieve when Wade Sharkey is over-ruled by the CEO . When supply issues threatened to derail the entire

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: food & beverage, process manufacturing, Software Selection, TurtleSpice ERP, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
28-08-2008

TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 4) » The TEC Blog
tasked to select an ERP system by his CFO. Facing pressure from his VP Wade Sharkey to short-circuit the selection process and select Big Gun Software, Mike gets a reprieve when Wade Sharkey is over-ruled by the CEO . Now Mike has to decide how to handle TurtleSpice’s business process documentation. When we asked you what you’d do in Mike’s shoes, you voted to hire external consultants to train the TurtleSpice project team . Don’t forget, you decide the fate of TurtleSpice’s ERP selection. Cast

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: food & beverage, process manufacturing, Software Selection, TurtleSpice ERP, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
31-07-2008

ERP: Justifying the Cost
Many benefits accrue from deploying an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Many of these are tangible or quantifiable in nature; you can calculate the savings immediately. However, other benefits may not be quantified so easily, but they are also important. This whitepaper looks at both tangible and intangible benefits of deploying an ERP solution and attempts to give you good justification for the costs involved.

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: benefits of deploying an ERP solution and attempts to give you good justification for the costs involved. ERP: Justifying the Cost style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Decision Making,   Economic Analysis,   1 to 25 employees,   26 to 50 employees,   101 to 250 employees,   501 to 1,   000 employees,   Return on Investment (ROI),   Total Cost Analysis (TCO),   1,   001 to 5,   000 employees,   251 to 500
8/15/2012 1:52:00 PM

Optimizing Returns from ERP Implementation
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can help manufacturers solve business problems and increase return on investment (ROI), but their implementation should not be taken lightly. In this interview, experts from SAP, Infor, and Microsoft discuss factors affecting ROI from an ERP system. The panel offer viewpoints on the feasibility of measuring ROI, importance of ownership of ERP implementation, anticipated and real benefits, and benchmarks and drivers affecting quick time to value of an ERP solution.

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: Optimizing Returns from ERP Implementation Optimizing Returns from ERP Implementation Shockwave Flash plug-in is not installed or disabled. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can help manufacturers solve business problems and increase return on investment (ROI), but their implementation should not be taken lightly. In this interview, experts from SAP, Infor, and Microsoft discuss factors affecting ROI from an ERP system. The panel offer viewpoints on the feasibility of measuring ROI, importance of
1/11/2011 4:02:00 PM

Frankie Does ERP, Part 1 » The TEC Blog
enterprise resource planning , ERP , Scrotchets Inc. , Software Selection Comments George Goodall on 7 April, 2010 at 11:05 am # What should he do? Panic… …or at least push back on Theodore to articulate “serious inefficiencies.” Ideally, Frank should get some guidance based on the strategic positioning of the executive team and/or board. Annual report statements such as: “this year we will address three key goals” can be tremendously important to either guide discussion with management or to

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: enterprise resource planning, ERP, Scrotchets Inc., Software Selection, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
07-04-2010

The ERP Ecosystem
Three major parties (vendors, consulting services, and adopting organizations) are identified in the ERP ecosystem, in which different parties need different key success factors. This article also discusses some challenges that may have an impact on the ERP ecosystem.

ERP TIERS DIFFERENCE: The ERP Ecosystem The ERP Ecosystem Yu (Kurt) Chen - December 5, 2008 Read Comments Considering the short life cycles of many things we experience these days, enterprise resource planning (ERP) has a long history, if we trace it back to the advent of inventory management and control systems in the 1960s. After forty years of development, ERP has grown to an industry with over $30 billion (USD) in application revenue (AMR Research, 2007), with an ecosystem that has grown to a mature level allowing every
12/5/2008


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