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To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question
Whether your organization is looking to take the leap into an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the first time or seeking to add to the current ERP

erp to the overall architecture  looking for an entire ERP suite to meet the needs of the entire organization, you can allow the HR and sales departments to search out solutions that meet their unique needs separately. ERP Component Approach Opportunities If you apply this component approach to the entire ERP landscape, you will also come upon other possibilities which can translate into huge benefits for the business. If your system landscape was designed with this component architecture in mind, you would be prepared to incorporate 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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The Essential ERP - Its Genesis & Future
Knowing the history and evolution of ERP is essential to understanding its current application and its future developments. Each step in the evolution of ERP is

erp to the overall architecture  history and evolution of ERP is essential to understanding its current application and its future developments. Following is the genesis of ERP by era. 1960s - Pre-Computer Era The focus of manufacturing systems in the 1960s was on inventory control. In those days when a computer would occupy an entire wing of a building at a local university, most manufacturing companies could not afford to own one. However, companies were able to afford to keep inventory on hand to satisfy customer demand. It was the Read More
How Does Your ERP System Architecture Address Change?
In today’s competitive market, businesses are living in a constant state of change@especially in the services sector, which has to contend with a more fluid

erp to the overall architecture  solution is unique among ERP systems due to its unusually tight coupling of data management (information warehousing), process modeling (business processes), and information delivery (reporting and analytics). This means that business change made within Agresso applications is typically accomplished by business users rather than IT personnel the user effects changes on the spot. These changes are captured and automatically reflected throughout the solution. There is no need to replicate actions for data, Read More
Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface, and the platform support. It is going to

erp to the overall architecture  agile enterprise, which the ERP and BPR combination touted at the time. Client/Server Variants The primary strategies for implementing client/server have been two-tier, three-tier or n -tier, and Internet- or intranet-based. The concept of tiers provides a convenient way to group different classes of architecture. In a two-tier approach, the client machine connects to a single server machine, and the server usually controls the central database (in other words, data is managed by a dedicated database to Read More
The Role of ERP in Globalization
Globalizing your market reach presents technology and business challenges to profitable growth. Your supply chain strategy for globalization should include an

erp to the overall architecture  on top of the ERP to utilize their enabling technologies, or modules. We use their communications packages, with call service buttons, point of sale capabilities, and dashboard features, for example. The information is extracted real-time and provides us with analytics that measure at the shelf, store, country, national, and global levels. This gives us the ability to run the business at a level of granularity that we need and at the pace we, our vendors and our customers require, says the CEO of the 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%

erp to the overall architecture  to challenge the large ERP vendors for CRM market space, as evidenced by its acquisition of SMART Technologies, a provider of internet-based CRM solutions. i2 plans to incorporate SMART's application technologies into its Intelligent eBusiness suite that will include applications to enable internet collaboration among trading partners, and support web-based ordering with real-time visibility to supply from multiple sources. Fig. 1 Vendor Strengths Strong financial position and commanding market Read More
The Right Data at the Right Time
Among top-performing companies, nearly half deliver key information to business users when they need it in the moment. Get the details in this infographic from

erp to the overall architecture  titled “Making the Real-Time Enterprise a Reality” provided by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. Read More
Architecture Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services
Collaboration and interoperability are critical where multiple business units reside under one larger corporation, or where there is a requirement to integrate

erp to the overall architecture  to surround its old ERP or accounting core software in a wrapper of newer technology, of which the goal is to effectively obfuscate the old technology, giving it the latest graphical look. The goal is also to provide an easier means to access the core business logic and data from other, more modern systems, devices, or from the Internet. Many ERP and accounting back-office systems in the market today were originally written in—and still contain—cores written in non-mainstream, or even antiquated Read More
The 13th Vendor Shootout for ERP Software: See How the Vendors Compare
The 13th Vendor Shootout for ERP is a great opportunity for companies looking for a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to evaluate some of the

erp to the overall architecture  functionality modules of an ERP solution for discrete manufacturing. The data are obtained from vendor responses to TEC’s request for information (RFI). All solutions are benchmarked against the “average solution” in our ERP Evaluation Center, and we treated all modules as being equally important when generating the graphs (i.e., no module was “more important” than any other, although certainly when you compare software you will want to take your business priorities into consideration). Again, Read More
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 1: The News
Oracle seems to have been trying hard to find a magic formula to ramp up its declining applications revenue. Targeting the lower end of the market with the

erp to the overall architecture  hosting services to smaller enterprises, and in order to boost demand for its hosted services, Oracle also tried to appease its larger customers. These will finally be allowed to host applications on their own servers as a part of Oracle E-Business Suite Online Any Place program. The new offering is designed to make application hosting more appealing to users who do not want important business data to be stored on systems that they do not control, according to Oracle. Now, customers can either go the Read More
Seeing through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud
Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk

erp to the overall architecture  through the Fog: Managing Application Performance in the Cloud Much of a network professional’s time is spent in the weeds—fixing what breaks and trying to keep infrastructure humming so users don’t call the help desk. Climbing out of the weeds to take in the big picture and lay the groundwork for better future performance seems a luxury. This report introduces best practices for improving the performance of mission-critical networked applications and provides pointers for what to look for in Read More
Now the Minnows are Eating the Minnows
In a transaction valued at approximately $15 million, DataMirror Corporation has announced that it has completed the acquisition of assets and assumption of

erp to the overall architecture  most of the major ERP vendors are attempting to get into the data warehousing/business intelligence space to compete with SAP's offerings. User Recommendations Customers should be wary of this merger. They should grill the highest level DataMirror/Constellar executives they can arrange meetings with to get as close an idea of the actual product development and integration schedules as possible. It should also be noted that it is not uncommon for companies of this size to be purchased; often any useful Read More
The TCO of BI: The QlikView Customer Experience
Total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis allows organizations to provide a like-for-like comparison between various solutions for the same project. Assuming that

erp to the overall architecture  TCO of BI: The QlikView Customer Experience Total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis allows organizations to provide a like-for-like comparison between various solutions for the same project. Assuming that the benefits of a project would be the same regardless of the solution, the solution with a lower TCO would therefore yield a higher ROI as well as faster payback. This IDC white paper provides a TCO analysis of the QlikView business intelligence (BI) solution. Read More
Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years

erp to the overall architecture  Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client. Read More
CRM: The Truth, The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth(For A Change)
Finding out the true facts about what makes CRM tick and how fast it circles the ROI clock—if it indeed reaches ROI-has long frustrated potential CRM

erp to the overall architecture  steered towards non-CRM investments—in ERP or SCM or data warehouses, etc. But that's not the only potential disappointment in better-than-commonly-expected CRM success rates. Even better news about CRM failures An important corollary to the success rates are the reasons for CRM failure. For their part, CRM implementers-to-be wanting reassurance that success is something within their span of control can take great comfort in knowing that CRM failure follows a distinct pattern. Implementations that fail Read More
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