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MinePoint ERP for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 by UXC Eclipse Is Now TEC Certified
I am glad to announce that Australian ERP software vendor UXC Eclipse has successfully completed the TEC certification process and its software product called

example awards  only in Australia; for example UXC Eclipse has been a finalist and winner of the prestigious Microsoft Partner of the Year award in multiple countries worldwide, particularly Australia, the Asia Pacific region, Canada, and New Zealand. Eclipse’s MinePoint ERP is a vertical solution for the mining industry that is built on Microsoft Dynamics AX. The Dynamics AX platform has been extended by Eclipse in order to adequately support the industry’s unique standards and to provide mining companies with an Read More

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These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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ERP Vendor to Client:
The backstory: a lawsuit filed in 2008 by Alabama pet food maker Sunshine Mills over a Ross Systems ERP implementation.Fast-forward to December 3, 2010

example awards  together, and stop, for example, calling customers clueless and incompetent fools. It is completely disingenuous to appeal a verdict in the forum of public opinion by arguing that said verdict is damaging to the economy. But then again, I get the feeling that these press releases are targeting shareholders rather than public opinion, which is why they say nothing of substance. This, in turn, leads me to believe that $61 million later, neither Ross Systems nor Sunshine Mills are entirely clear on how they Read More
Bigfoot CMMS (Enterprise and Enterprise+) Is TEC Certified for CMMS and EAM
TEC is pleased to announce that cloud-based Bigfoot CMMS by Smartware Group, Inc. (versions Enterprise and Enterprise+) is now TEC Certified in the computerized

example awards  POs, and safety. An example of a screen in Bigfoot (assets) is shown below.   Figure 2: Bigfoot CMMS Assets Screen (click for larger image)   Though simple in design and presentation, the Bigfoot CMMS screens provide subtly powerful features. The screens are active data grids and allow extensive sorting and filtering of the information displayed. The color coding of field data (which is customizable) gives immediate visual indications on the status and criticality of an operation in the system. All Read More
High-End Wintel-Based Rackmount Servers - The Big Get Bigger
A market analysis of Wintel-based rackmount servers: who are the key players, why they'll stay that way, their strengths, why a customer would want one, and

example awards  confusion can arise. For example, Compaq presently offers five distinct 4P models. Market Challenges By virtue of their current position in the PC server market, the current market challengers are Dell, HP, and IBM. All offer rack solutions (servers and racks) similar to Compaq's offerings. Dell: Dell's strengths are its price, delivery, customer satisfaction, and its aggressive pursuit of Compaq. Its weaknesses are in server management (incl. remote mgmt.), relying on HP's OpenView in this area. HP: Read More
Vulnerability Management Buyer’s Checklist
Choosing a solution for vulnerability management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization’s network and data. Without proven, automated

example awards  and market penetration. For example, a few of Qualys' recent awards include SC Magazine Awards 2008 Winner (U.S.), Information Security Readers Choice 2008, Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award 2008, Information Security Decisions Best in Show 2007, SC Magazine Awards 2007 Europe Winner, and Network World Clear Choice Award. Can I get a free evaluation of the VM solution? If you can't try it, don't buy it. You should see how the solution would work in your environment and give it a thorough test drive. Read More
Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

example awards  In other industries, for example the bulk commodities industries (cement, asphalt, chemical) commodities do not lend themselves well to potential information and asset related logistics costs reduction opportunities. Understand and analyze the optimization problem for inbound logistics practices. Do not create an optimization problem you cannot solve. Pick your constraints and your optimization time buckets judiciously. Different types of industries face different logistics management problems. For Read More
How the iPad Is Changing Retail POS Systems
The face of retail point-of-sale (POS) systems has changed dramatically over the last couple years. iPad technologies, for example, have become integrated into

example awards  Outfitters provides a great example of a “mobile first” policy in retail—the retailer’s associates use mobile devices for sales, product search, inventory management, pricing/labeling/signage, order processes, markdown management, workforce management (WFM), task management, etc.   iPad (and tablets, in general, for that matter) technologies have become integrated into the payment process at brick-and-mortar restaurants, retail, and grocery stores. Now, transactions can be mapped back to Read More
Plant-level Systems: Facing and Dealing with Obstacles
Production supervisors and plant managers are constantly fighting problems within a plant because they lack visibility in the supply chain and do not have an

example awards  from information gaps. For example, SAP relates the experience of a manager of a well-equipped plant at a large, very modern chemical company: 50 percent of the demand that is getting to him is completely invisible until it occurs . Given the company's big setup times and setup costs, this is a high wall that must be overcome. Part two of The Importance of Plant-level Systems . Another wall keeps information in the shop floor. Given the lack of integration and visibility, reactions to unpredicted events Read More
How to Reshape Your Supply Chain Network (and Why You Need to Do It Now)
The landscape of the supply chain has changed drastically over the past five years. It went from local to global in manufacturing, procurement, sourcing

example awards  the supply chain. For example, the customer could be in North America and ordering a product via the Internet from Ireland—but this creates a problem. Why? Each party involved is not aware of the rules and regulations they need to comply with, and do not understand that an order confirmation from the manufacturer is crucial to the retailer’s (manufacturer’s customer) delivery schedule to the end consumer. It is difficult to make the pieces of the puzzle fit cohesively. Each process within the Read More
Modern ERP Processes Behind Historic Scotch Whisky
The whisky industry is an example of a process industry where it is impossible to accurately predict demand for the final product. Goods stocked must also be

example awards  whisky industry is an example of a process industry where it is impossible to predict what consumer demand will be when the product is ready for delivery. It is also an industry where companies must meticulously account for goods stocked as intermediates (partially finished) and as bulk goods (both finished and partially finished). A good example of how an enterprise applications vendor addresses this microvertical is Strategic Systems International ( SSI ) ( http://www.ssi-world.com ). SSI's knowledge Read More
Salesforce to Shut Down Do.com
For a product to be acquired and later shut down is not uncommon. One famous example is Gist—a professional contacts management tool—acquired by RIM (now

example awards  not uncommon. One famous example is Gist—a professional contacts management tool— acquired by RIM  (now BlackBerry) in 2011 and  shut down one year later . Do.com will be sharing the same fate; salesforce.com announced that  Do.com will be discontinued  on January 31, 2014. Built on the Salesforce platform and developed on the Manymoon software acquisition, Do.com is a project and task management application, which was expected to extend Salesforces’s reach beyond its traditional sales-centric Read More
Aligning Information Technology with Corporate Strategy
Aligning information technology (IT) with corporate strategy is key to maximizing the business impact of IT investments. Tree Top's structured process of

example awards  reviewed industry metrics, for example the return on equity, or days sales outstanding of competitive companies. Improvement estimates were made by the executives and associated team members who owned each business process. They estimated improvement goals at three levels: an optimistic goal; what they really expected to happen; and a conservative goal. Using the mapping data, OA converted the improvement of the specific KPI into financial impact. It considered the impact to revenue, costs, and working ca Read More
Evolution to Revolution: The Test Automation Maturity Curve
The evolution of test automation towards data-driven and key/action word frameworks reflects the realization that the process becomes more efficient if there is

example awards  reporting. Below is an example of a key/action word test, where the Test Case column contains a list of keywords and the following columns provide the data. In this approach, the keyword or action word is written in a scripting language and is specific to the application under test. In some cases, the script code is generated automatically from building blocks that are then enhanced with additional code to perform decision-making and other logic tasks. In the example above, add product and check Read More
Buying FOSS Development Labor Online
I received an e-mail notice today about Cofundos, a

example awards  devoting regular developers (for example, Red Hat or Compiere ) to its well-being, and suppose you don't want to employ developers internally to improve, fix, or modify it, then no matter its utility, a lot of people or companies might be wary about relying on it in any larger-scale sense--who can they go to if they have a problem? Sites like Cofundos could provide the means to ensure an open source project meets the needs of its users. The Cofundos site lets people post an idea for some sort of open Read More

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