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IBI + IBM = EAI
The latest entrant in the race to support IBM's MQSeries Integrator Version 2 is Information Builders (IBI) with its Middleware Technology Group's 'Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator'. The product provides SQL access to over 80 different data sources, and should prove a good fit with MQSI. In addition, IBI has announced support for IBM’s WebSphere Application Server.

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: IBI + IBM = EAI IBI + IBM = EAI M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Event Summary Information Builders (IBI) , has announced support for IBM s (NYSE: IBM) MQSeries Integrator Version 2 via IBI s Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator product. The combination of the two products provides application support on over 35 different platforms and over 120 relational, non-relational, transaction, and application sources. Information Builders has worked with IBM to
12/14/2000

Usability
Poor usability leads to irritation and fatigue and it has an adverse impact on the usage experience. In an on-line shopping web site, it can lead to loss of revenues. Poor usability in business applications leads to increased help desk costs. On the other hand, better usability makes our usage experience more fun and can increase productivity. A highly usable on-line shopping web site tempts repeat visits, builds customer loyalty, and increases its revenue-earning potential.

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: use, as the Expedia example illustrates. Steps to Improving Usability Let us see what steps could be taken to improve usability in the course of a software development or implementation project. One, software engineers could build repositories of usability best practices from previous projects and earlier product versions. As we have seen from our various examples, basic elements like wizards, rightly-placed hyperlinks, shopping carts, and navigation schemes can lead to significant improvements in
2/15/2004

What is SRFM?
The planning, execution and partner collaboration processes of nearly all companies today are driven by a

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: best illustrated with this example: Consider supply management. Under traditional processes, negotiations focus on price. Lead times, along with flex terms that outline performance responsibilities in the event of inevitable forecast changes, may also be discussed. Data about how these terms impact future cost, value, and risk is rarely available, however, nor are how commitments that quoted terms will be honored under the adverse supply and demand conditions when they matter most. In contrast, under
4/23/2004

Can ERP Speak PLM?
Because product lifecycle management (PLM) offers a host of benefits to manufacturers, it has become one of the fastest growing categories of enterprise applications.But a PLM system needs to work hand-in-hand with an enterprise resource planning system, so how can an organization integrate these two enterprise applications, which

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: two , which provides examples of conceptual and semantic alignment between PLM and ERP, discusses the ability for ERP and PLM vendors to provide solutions that meet user needs, and offers About the Author Jim Brown has almost 20 years of experience in application software, management consulting, and research focused on the manufacturing industries. Brown is a recognized expert in software solutions for manufacturing, and has broad knowledge of applying product lifecycle management, enterprise resource
9/5/2008

We Shall Be Giant
Oracle and Citigroup bank on integrating B2B exchange and financial services. Will Bailey Building and Loan Association get into the act?

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: We Shall Be Giant We Shall Be Giant D. Geller - November 27, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - November 27, 2000 Event Summary Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ: ORCL) has followed the lead of Ariba and Commerce One in tying its B2B future to a large financial institution. Citigroup (NYSE: C) has agreed to use Oracle s technology for its internal procurement and to market Oracle s exchange services worldwide through a co-branded web site. Citibank has the potential to bring the message about the partnership to 100
11/27/2000

Mobilizing Change
It's not news that people are resistant to change. Inertia, one of the rules of the universe, applies to people as well as to objects. Many organizations, seeking to improve performance, have come unstuck by under-estimating the amount of resistance that will be offered by people. This article presents a method of mobilizing change that takes the resistance to change into account.

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: undertaking. Using a specific example helps to understand the issues and the approach. The concepts and approach are relevant to any project or change initiative. For our example, we suggest developing a preliminary case for action as the starting point of an evaluation project. Note that we are talking about the evaluation project this is the point before a solution has been identified. At this point, all we know is that there is a problem or opportunity to be solved. We use the preliminary case for
10/1/2003

About Big Data
TEC analyst Jorge Garcia discusses the key issues surrounding big data, the different ways to manage it, and the major vendors offering big data solutions. There may not be a consensus with respect to just how big

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: About Big Data About Big Data Jorge García - November 18, 2011 Read Comments There is no general consensus with respect to how big big data is—some companies deal with data volumes in the order of terabytes or even petabytes—but not many people will disagree that managing these huge amounts of data represents a challenge. It’s fair to say that we’re dealing with big data when traditional relational databases and systems are no longer sufficient. Things as simple as data storage and movement
11/18/2011 2:08:00 PM

The Store of the Future
The big hit of the National Retail Federation show was the Metro Group's Store of the Future. The budget for this extravaganza - it appears to have been underwritten by some of the biggest technology firms in the world.

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: The Store of the Future The Store of the Future Ann Grackin - February 12, 2004 Read Comments Introduction We just got back from the National Retail Federation show in NYC—home of big retailing. The big hit of the show was the Metro Group s Store of the Future . The budget for this extravaganza—it appears to have been underwritten by some of the biggest technology firms in the world. What was fascinating was the implementation of what we call multi-dimensional management—bringing together the
2/12/2004

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

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: IBM Server Line Redrawn IBM Server Line Redrawn R. Krause - October 20, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - 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
10/20/2000

Dell Drops WebPC
Dell Computer Corporation has decided to drop its 'WebPC' appliances, with somewhat less fanfare than was created for its November, 1999, announcement.

EXAMPLE OF A RESEARCH MATRIX: Dell Drops WebPC Dell Drops WebPC R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Event Summary Dell Computer Corporation has decided to stop selling the WebPC, Dell s attempt to break into the nascent Internet appliance consumer market. Dell blamed disappointing sales and component shortages for its decision. Originally announced in November, 1999, with a starting price of $999, the WebPC went through a round of price cutting in March, 2000, dropping the base price to $799 - still
8/1/2000


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