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Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
 

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Can Webplan Reconcile Planning and Execution? Part One: Event Summary
According to the early signs, it appears that key elements of Webplan's business plan are producing results with dividends. These elements involve positioning

event letters  and Execution? Part One: Event Summary Event Summary The past two years or so have been an interesting if not a tumultuous period for the Ottawa, Canada-based, privately-held Webplan Corporation ( www.webplan.com ), which felt compelled to further refine its original supply chain planning (SCP) and business-to-business (B2B) collaboration value proposition. The vendor, which started in 1984 providing fast-acting manufacturing resource planning (MRP) applications to midsized companies, was formerly called

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Confronting Core Global Trade Problems: Order, Shipment, and Financial Settlement


TradeBeam has been striving to distinguish itself by offering more than order and shipment tracking. It aims to improve the management of core global trade activities: order, shipment, and financial settlement.

event letters  in terms of transportation event management. Like virtually all global supply chain execution (SCE) and logistics systems, Qiva has a SCEM function that detects disruptions, delays and other exceptions across the supply chain (see SCP and SCE Need to Collaborate for Better Fulfillment ). In addition to managing time-related exceptions, Qiva's SCEM tool would look for other anomalies. For example, if a shipment weighed 1,000 kilograms when it left the factory, but weighs 2,000 kilograms at the pier, a Read More

CDC Software Wins at the Pivotal Auction. Now What? Part One: Event Summary


While Pivotal might have temporarily mitigated its protracted troubles by having the privilege to choose between three potential suitors, the time for some decisive moves is now, given that competitive pressures will not go away, but rather will intensify.

event letters  Part One: Event Summary Event Summary What had initially looked like the CRM (customer relationship management) market's version of the Oracle-PeopleSoft takeover saga in the ERP (enterprise resource planning) market, seems to have recently had a closure with relatively graceful winners and losers, despite an inevitable slight dose of drama, twists and turns, and playing hard to get throughout the process. Namely, on December 8, Pivotal Corporation (NASDAQ: PVTL; TSX: PVT), a Vancouver, Canada-based Read More

IBM Server Line Redrawn


IBM has continued its renaming binge, moving from PCs to servers.

event letters  - October 20, 2000 Event Summary [Source: IBM press release] Oct. 3, 2000 - IBM announced its new server product line, the IBM eServer. IBM's existing server and mainframe product lines (previously known as S/390, RS/6000, AS/400, and Netfinity) will now carry the eServer name and logo, starting with the first shipments, expected sometime this quarter. In addition to the renaming, IBM has announced new features, including: Capacity upgrade on demand (CUoD), similar to Sun's feature of turning on Read More

How Global Trade Management Can Assuage Your International Trade Worries


Globalization has lost its novelty. For most goods-driven enterprises it has become a matter of fact, just to stay in the game. However, the level of complexity that doing business globally entails can be daunting for professionals in charge of overseeing the supply chain—especially when the business needs to be nimble to keep ahead. Nimble can be painfully complex, but it doesn’t have to be

event letters  means of dashboards and event management. While important for all businesses, this applies particularly to just-in-time environments, where each shipment needs to be heavily synchronized with your operations. Distributors can leverage this visibility to effect cross-docking changes with far more ease. And lastly, it plays a significant role in helping you rationalize your inventory buffer by removing a layer of uncertainty from an extended supply chain. Transaction management : Regarding financial Read More

PHP Code Design


Interactive web sites are event-driven. With each user click, a menu selection or keyboard action initiates a thread of execution that runs many lines of code. Many Web projects start as small code snippets gathered from open source sites, but as the web site grows, new developers are added to the mix. Without design and documentation tools, the project can become unmanageable, unreliable, insecure, and costly to expand.

event letters  Interactive web sites are event-driven. With each user click, a menu selection or keyboard action initiates a thread of execution that runs many lines of code. Many Web projects start as small code snippets gathered from open source sites, but as the web site grows, new developers are added to the mix. Without design and documentation tools, the project can become unmanageable, unreliable, insecure, and costly to expand. Read More

RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS Acquisition Part One: Event Summary


A consolidation within the warehouse management systems/ supply chain execution market, which many pundits had long been predicting, but had hardly taken place for various reasons, finally seems to be happening.

event letters  LIS Acquisition Part One: Event Summary Event Summary The long predicted consolidation within the warehouse management systems/ supply chain execution (WMS/ SCE) market finally seems to be happening. However, it has started by an unexpected route. Instead of a direct intra-market consolidation, some public SCE/WMS vendors and smaller, even profitable but undercapitalized and undervalued WMS/SCE vendors have found shelter under wealthy, more visible parents with complementary products. The example of the Read More

ERP for Distribution: See for Yourself How the Competition Stacks Up


Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) is proud to announce the TEC Vendor Challenge—ERP for Distribution. The Vendor Challenge event is for distributors, manufacturers, and other companies with extensive shipping and logistics operations. The event is being co-sponsored by our partners Aberdeen Group, Pemeco Consulting, and SupplyChainBrain. The event will be held from September 18–19, 2013 in

event letters  Distribution. The Vendor Challenge event is for distributors, manufacturers, and other companies with extensive shipping and logistics operations. The event is being co-sponsored by our partners Aberdeen Group, Pemeco Consulting, and SupplyChainBrain. The event will be held from September 18–19, 2013 in beautiful Montreal, Quebec. For more information and to register for the event, visit the Vendor Challenge Web site . At the Vendor Challenge, top enterprise software vendors will present their Read More

Boston Grape Escape 2010: Vendor’s Announcements Review


Recently, I attended the Grape Escape analyst event in Boston. This was the 10th annual meeting organized by Judith Rothrock’s marketing company to present her clients and announce some news. I had the opportunity to listen and informally talk to software vendors, their clients, and industry analysts in addition to three one-on-one briefings with top managers from UNIT4, SYSPRO, and Meridian

event letters  the Grape Escape analyst event in Boston. This was the 10th annual meeting organized by Judith Rothrock’s marketing company to present her clients and announce some news. I had the opportunity to listen and informally talk to software vendors, their clients, and industry analysts in addition to three one-on-one briefings with top managers from UNIT4, SYSPRO, and Meridian Systems. UNIT4 Known for its unique “embracing change” approach on the applications market, UNIT4 announced that it released VITA Read More

Grape Escape 2010: Of Cloud & Angels, Fun & Games, and “In Vino Veritas” - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series talked about the historical background of the JRocket Marketing Grape Escape event. Grape Escape has become a June fixture over past several years, right after the high traveling season to major vendors’ events subsides and before everyone takes their summer vacations. It is a signature event that showcases the intimate analyst relationships (AR) and

event letters  analyst relationships (AR) and event expertise that JRocket Marketing ’s president and founder Judith Rothrock delivers to her enterprise software vendors’ client base by giving them exposure to a selected group of industry analysts. Part 1 also analyzed the news announcements by Jeremy Roche , CEO of FinancialForce.com , followed by the testimony from its customer Wi-Fi Alliance .  Meridian Systems: Do Not Write Off the Construction Sector The baton was then passed onto John Bodrozic, President Read More

Pulp & Paper International


Pulp & Paper International publishes content for the pulp and paper industry. The publication’s content includes articles, event coverage, and mill visits.

event letters  publication’s content includes articles, event coverage, and mill visits. Read More

Event: TEC's Jorge García to Speak at Salon BI Montreal


TEC's business intelligence analyst, Jorge García, will be presenting at Salon BI 2012 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, this Tuesday, November 6 (9:35 am). Jorge will be talking about three areas that are receiving a lot of research and development attention and dollars—augmented reality, motion-based technology, and voice-recognition technology—and their applications to the BI space.

event letters  TEC's Jorge García to Speak at Salon BI Montreal TEC's business intelligence analyst, Jorge García, will be presenting at Salon BI 2012 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, this Tuesday, November 6 (9:35 am). Jorge will be talking about three areas that are receiving a lot of research and development attention and dollars—augmented reality, motion-based technology, and voice-recognition technology—and their applications to the BI space. Read More

TEC Vendor Challenge Panel Discussion Preview: Bob Eastman on Future Trends in Distribution


TEC's senior SCM analyst, Bob Eastman, is participating in a panel discussion on future trends in distribution at the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18-19, 2013 in Montreal, Canada. In this sneak preview, Bob talks about disruption, disintermediation, and next-gen technologies that are helping distributors stay competitive.

event letters  the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18-19, 2013 in Montreal, Canada. In this sneak preview, Bob talks about disruption, disintermediation, and next-gen technologies that are helping distributors stay competitive. Read More

Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part One: Event Summary


If Relevant Business Systems deliberately wanted to maintain its astute enterprise system as one of the best-kept secrets in the A&D and government contracting manufacturing markets, it has certainly succeeded. However, given a growing horde of viable solutions from larger and more renowned vendors, the company will have to spread the word much more aggressively from now on, while trying to stay outside its bigger competitors' "shooting range".

event letters  Business Systems Part One: Event Summary Event Summary In our relatively recent article about the still ongoing consolidation in the market (see What Does Vendor Consolidation Mean To The End User? ), we mentioned that the market will not stop short at the eventual Big Few or so many leading largest vendors. Namely, we expect the market for application software to further segregate into two tiers. The first group will be a limited number of very large vendors, while the second group will be a large Read More

Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part One: Event Summary


Although its PLM solutions will not likely be the "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing us its ability to develop its own applications in collaborative effort with its prominent customers.

event letters  PLM Outline Part One: Event Summary Event Summary While its tug-of-war bid for PeopleSoft continues to capture the market's attention (see Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious ), somewhat less vocally albeit in a still thoughtful way, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest global providers of enterprise applications, continues to pursue its internally developed product strategy. Recently, Oracle claims to have experienced Read More