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JD Edwards’ Alliances: Is It Too Much of a Good Thing?
Enterprise application vendor JD Edwards has forged a number of alliances since September 1999 as the company looks to expand the availability of its OneWorld

example of a travel database  too. Great Plains, for example, points out that its integration with Siebel is well ahead of J.D. Edwards'. It is in its second phase, meaning the integration on a database level has been completed; the blending of user interfaces is the focus now. Moreover, Great Plains cites that it will not have a conflict of interest with Siebel's sales force in its SME market segment (companies with less than $250 million in revenue). This is not necessarily so in case of J.D. Edwards, which tends to target much Read More...
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Managed Hosting in Europe: A Review of the Managed Hosting Market and Suppliers in Europe
The increasing use of virtualization allowed managed hosting providers to reduce costs by sharing infrastructure between customers, creating the earliest

example of a travel database  with specific needs: for example meeting the requirements of the payment card industry for handling credit card data. The hardware used by MHPs is largely irrelevant to end user organisations and the software infrastructure provided is driven by customer demand, which is mainly for Microsoft Windows and Linux About 60% of demand is for Windows and 30% for Linux. The increasing use of virtualisation allows the separation of hardware and infrastructure software and the sharing of resource, dramatically Read More...
State of the Market: HR
More than ever, executives are looking to transform human resources (HR) from a seemingly low-priority function into a strategic part of the business. This

example of a travel database  their HR operations. One example is payroll management. Many SMBs rely on third-party providers to manage their payroll. In addition, more and more companies are approaching third-party providers to take on other HR functionality as well. It has become an increasingly popular way to improve basic services while allowing HR professionals time to play a more strategic role in their organizations. On the flip side, while HR is important to executives, many are afraid to transition away from their on-premise Read More...
Concur Aims To Be Single Point Of (Purchasing) Access
Concur began as a vendor of shrink-wrapped travel and expense tracking software, but is now making a play to be a major provider of self-service Internet

example of a travel database  very seriously. As an example of how it permeates their thinking, the Concur.net marketplace will extend past MRO or capital assets to include suppliers of travel and HR products. The latter offering could be especially attractive to companies with cafeteria-style benefits plans. Done right it could allow individual employees to manage their benefits offerings without resort to HR staff. Concur's activities have been devoted to Version 6.0 and to launching its ASP product and its new marketplace. This Read More...
Challenges of the Future: The Rebirth of Small Independent Retail in America
By any measure, retailers are overwhelming small businesses. More than 95 percent of all retailers have only one store. Almost 90 percent have sales less than

example of a travel database  of mouth. A good example of this thinking can be found in the profile Nan's Necessity. One consultant we interviewed put it this way: When I speak to groups of small independents, I ask two questions. The first, can you give me the name and contact information for your 100 most profitable customers last year? Usually about 10 percent raise their hand. And then I ask of the 10 percent, what did you do for those customers? Have you thanked them? Those are the people who love you. And they don't want Read More...
Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades
For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both

example of a travel database  Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both capital and operating expenses—exploit economies of scale when deploying servers in volume. Saving power, cooling, and space by more than 25 percent, the blade advantage is particularly relevant for servers working in conjunction with storage area networks (SANs). Read More...
Inprise/Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code
In a move which will challenge other database vendors to open-source their SQL databases, Inprise/Borland Corporation has announced it is releasing the source

example of a travel database  Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code Event Summary SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - January 3, 2000 - Inprise Corporation (Nasdaq: INPR) today announced that it plans to jump to the forefront of the Linux database market by open-sourcing InterBase 6, the new version of its cross-platform SQL database. Inprise plans to release InterBase in open-source form for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows NT, and Solaris, make the database available at no charge, and spin the Read More...
Get ERP Right the First Time: A Practical Guide to Selecting and Implementing a New ERP System
Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult

example of a travel database  ERP Right the First Time: A Practical Guide to Selecting and Implementing a New ERP System Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult because there is really no one-size-fits-all ERP solution. However, there are certain basic principles that apply to nearly every company’s situation. Find out what they are, and learn how you can increase your chances of a successful ERP Read More...
Digital E-commerce: The Difference between Selling a Product and Selling a Perpetual Customer Relationship
Selling digital content, goods, and services is different from traditional retail physical goods e-commerce—or at least it should be, if the objective is to

example of a travel database  E-commerce: The Difference between Selling a Product and Selling a Perpetual Customer Relationship Selling digital content, goods, and services is different from traditional retail physical goods e-commerce—or at least it should be, if the objective is to maximize reach and revenue and to drive a rich, ongoing relationship with your customers and high satisfaction. This new approach to customer relationships, enabled only by the unique nature of digital offerings, brings a profound change in the Read More...
A Step-by-step Guide to Securing Your Apache Web Server with a Digital Certificate
Testing, installing, and using a digital certificate on your Apache Web server can benefit your business by addressing online security issues. If your system’s

example of a travel database  Step-by-step Guide to Securing Your Apache Web Server with a Digital Certificate Testing, installing, and using a digital certificate on your Apache Web server can benefit your business by addressing online security issues. If your system’s security is maximized, your customers can feel more confident about using your site to perform transactions. Get the lowdown on best practices for setup to help you ensure efficient management of your encryption keys and digital signatures. Read More...
A Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer
eBay's motion for a preliminary injunction to limit Bidder's Edge online auction search engine from linking to their site, may set precedents for future

example of a travel database  Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer A Firewall is Cheaper Than a Lawyer L. Taylor - May 15, 2000 Event Summary On Friday, April 14, the Federal District Court in San Jose, California held a hearing on eBay's motion for a preliminary injunction to limit Bidder's Edge, an online auction search engine, from linking to eBay's website. In an open letter dated April 20th to its user base, President and CEO of Bidder's Edge, Jim Carney, defended his position stating that, we remain confident in the correctness Read More...
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements

example of a travel database  Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 Read More...
Will a Tool Manufacturer and a Supply Chain Software Vendor
The merger of traditional brick-and-mortar manufacturer Illinois Tool Works with Internet-based Click Commerce is puzzling, but has some method to the madness

example of a travel database  also be significant. For example, a paper-based catalog cannot be quickly or inexpensively updated to inform customers of changes in product offerings, availability, or pricing (see Differences in Complexity between B2C and B2B E-commerce ). In addition, a manufacturer and the members of its distribution network often have limited capability to track orders, inventory, warranties, and other information (or to compile useful databases) using paper-based or semi-automated processes. These forms of Read More...
Vox Populi: What Does a Day in the Life of a Regular Business User Look Like?
Vox populi is Latin for “voice of the people”– in broadcasting and television, they use the

example of a travel database  their solutions. Here’s an example (tongue-in-cheek for the purposes of exposition): If you don’t have the software… 1. … your car will not start in the morning, 2. … and you will be late for the monthly meeting with your boss… 3. … and you can therefore say goodbye to your promotion… 4. … which makes you forget about lunch with your spouse… 5. …. who gets upset and gives you a “lecture” on the phone 6. (while you’re supposed to be calling a potential customer)… 7. etc. Of Read More...
Taking Innovation from a Buzzword to a Business Standard
Companies realize that innovation can mean the difference between effectively growing or transforming their business and falling behind. But for a company to

example of a travel database  Innovation from a Buzzword to a Business Standard Companies realize that innovation can mean the difference between effectively growing or transforming their business and falling behind. But for a company to thrive in today’s environment, innovation has to be seen as more than a clichéd talking point. It has to be a key part of the company’s core business processes. Download this interview with Eric Verniaut, SAP’s head of North America services, to find out how innovation has helped services Read More...

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