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TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of July 23, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONS @ IMPLEMENTATIONSSeaspan selects IFS Applications to support its shipbuilding projectsIndustry tags: manufacturing“Seaspan is an

f part 23  or CAD vendor, Meridian’s focus on BIM is part of a larger trend of acquisitions (e.g.,  Autodesk acquiring Vela Systems ), partnerships, and new releases that aim to better serve the AEC and ILM companies.” — Gabriel Gheorghiu, TEC Research Analyst TEC blog post (Aug 2011):  The Grape Escape 2011 Roundup SmartOps announces availability of SmartOps Analytics and Intelligence Module (AIM) Industry tags: consumer products, discrete manufacturing, chemicals, life sciences, distribution, high Read More...

PLM Road Map 2009: What to Expect?
I went through the agenda of the PLM Road Map 2009 (September 22 and 23, in Detroit, Michigan [US]) when I submitted my attendance preferences to conference

f part 23  went through the agenda of the PLM Road Map 2009 (September 22 and 23, in Detroit, Michigan [US]) when I submitted my attendance preferences to conference organizer Collaborative Product Development Associates (CPDA). Looking at the agenda, I’m convinced that the two-day event is well structured to cover critical issues in the product lifecycle management (PLM) field and to apprehend the future of PLM. Below are what look to me like the conference highlights: The Future of the North American Read More...
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Content Is King-Applying Intelligence to Unstructured Data
On March 23, I have the opportunity to lead a seminar at the info360 conference in Washington, D.C., on the use of business intelligence (BI) applications and

f part 23  a seminar at the info360 conference in Washington, D.C., on the use of business intelligence (BI) applications and technologies to analyze unstructured data. In preparing for this seminar, I came across an article written by Bill Gates back in 1996 entitled “ Content is King .” And although the theme of that article is different from the approach of this post, both highlight the importance of various types of content for organizations. Many organizations are cognizant of the potential value of not Read More...
QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent
On November 23, QAD Inc. reported that its total revenue for the third fiscal quarter ended October 31, 1999, rose 56 percent to $56.7 million, from $36.4

f part 23  Percent Event Summary Karl F. Lopker, QAD's Chief Executive Officer, stated, Our third-quarter growth was due to a number of key strategies that are now showing results. They include: our geographic expansion made through acquisitions, the continued expanding demand for services from QAD's Global Services Business and the growing demand for our Web-enabled MFG/PRO 9.0. In addition, the alignment of our cost structures with target levels has been completed. There are signs that manufacturers using ERP Read More...
Informix Goes Vertical With Software Vendor ADRM
Informix has announced a strategic alliance with Applied Data Resource Management (ADRM) to develop industry-specific data models to provide packaged components

f part 23  Goes Vertical With Software Vendor ADRM Informix Goes Vertical With Software Vendor ADRM M. Reed - June 30, 2000 Event Summary Informix has announced a strategic alliance with Applied Data Resource Management (ADRM) to develop industry-specific data models to provide packaged analytic components for business intelligence and e-business analytics. The alliance was originally discussed with Ardent Software before their merger with Informix. ADRM currently supports over 10 industries with 23 lines of Read More...
What’s in a Name?
Hewlett-Packard, following a path recently trod by IBM, has decided to maintain a single 'e-PC' product name, eliminating the e-Vectra and e-Brio names.

f part 23  announced that it will forgo the creation of an e-Brio line of e-PC products for small business, and instead lump the e-Vectra and e-Brio lines under the SMB e-PC banner. HP's e-PCs are small, stripped-down versions of the standard desktop machine, competing in the same market as Compaq's iPAQ and IBM's NetVista products. Currently, the standard Vectra product line is aimed at the corporate PC market, and standard Brio is aimed at small business. The SMB e-PC line will cover both those markets. HP will Read More...
3M Wraps Up HighJump, While Retalix Shops OMI International Part Two: Market Impact
Both HighJump's and OMI's customers should be pleased because these acquisitions should center their vendors’ supply chain execution products inside a larger

f part 23   regulatory compliances such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11 rule. It should be a springboard for other vertical initiatives, but which other rigid competitive products will have long exhibited as well. Further, the vendor has been plagued with the perception of its poor amenability to the upper-end of the market with highly complex requirements, which might additionally be aggravated by not a great number of deployments on upper-range OS and database platforms. Nonetheless, over last couple of years, HighJump has Read More...
Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard
While it is apparent that software giants are in a better position to endure any economic adversity, no single vendor can be lulled into complacency for very

f part 23  Part One of a four-part note scoring the ERP vendors in these difficult times. Part Two will discuss the Market Impact on Microsoft. Part Three will discuss the Market Impact on IBM. Part Four will cover the other ERP vendors, CRM, SCP, and make User Recommendations. Read More...
Scala and Microsoft Become (Not So) Strange CRM Bedfellows Part Two: Market Impact Continued
Microsoft's foray into the CRM arena has not been a bed of roses, despite its indisputably large marketing muscle and R&D investment, its strong channel

f part 23  continue to provide CRM functionality as part of the single-database integrated Navision , Great Plains , Solomon , and Axapta products, and whether the envisioned and still maintained integrated products' delivery dates at the end of 2003 will also be delayed like in the case of Microsoft CRM's delay. Further, MBS is not yet exactly a uniformly global company, as its product offerings and channel strategy differ notably within different markets. Not many customers can still integrate or use Read More...
Acquisition Changes Product Lifecycle Management Landscape
Dassault Systèmes' recent acquisition of MatrixOne could potentially expand its range over a broader set of industry sectors, and may increase its North

f part 23  case. But first the focus needs to be placed on the ongoing organizational rationalization of two companies with different business cultures. How dramatically the MatrixOne organizational structures and internal business culture change over time, and how MatrixOne employees react to the acquisition and resulting organizational changes, will be telling. Gartner is already hedging any speculation on the part of Dassault Systmes that the joined entities will catapult them into the leader's quadrant. There Read More...

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