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The ABCs of Extracting from ERPs
Many organizations have made enormous investments in enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications such as JDE, PeopleSoft, and SAP. Designed to manage the dailyoperations critical to their businesses, these systems are not, however, optimized for business intelligence (BI). Accordingly, data must be moved to optimized BI solutions for robust analysis. But which strategies are most effective for extracting this data?

FAILED ERPS: The ABCs of Extracting from ERPs The ABCs of Extracting from ERPs Source: Breadboard BI LLC Document Type: White Paper Description: Many organizations have made enormous investments in enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications such as JDE, PeopleSoft, and SAP. Designed to manage the daily operations critical to their businesses, these systems are not, however, optimized for business intelligence (BI). Accordingly, data must be moved to optimized BI solutions for robust analysis. But which strategies
2/26/2007 2:22:00 PM

The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs
Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to evaluate, and its degree of match with company needs is visible from the beginning.

FAILED ERPS: The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs Source: iLatina B2B Business Services Document Type: White Paper Description: Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to
6/22/2006 3:29:00 PM

10 Tips to Optimize Your ERP Initiative
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is notoriously complex. Horror stories abound about failed installations, unresponsive vendors, and wasted investments. But as daunting as ERP can be, many organizations can’t operate without it. Working closely with your vendor to configure a solution, choosing the right delivery model, and following this list of 10 tips can help you optimize your ERP initiative. Find out more.

FAILED ERPS: Horror stories abound about failed installations, unresponsive vendors, and wasted investments. But as daunting as ERP can be, many organizations can’t operate without it. Working closely with your vendor to configure a solution, choosing the right delivery model, and following this list of 10 tips can help you optimize your ERP initiative. Find out more. 10 Tips to Optimize Your ERP Initiative style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning
7/22/2011 1:58:00 PM

Nurturing the Roots of Service-oriented Delivery
Many failed projects are lamented by analysts and commentators because of the lack of effective metadata management. Your project may fail too—but there are simple steps to avoid the common mistakes that lead to failure. Find out how your service infrastructure affects the agility of your IT systems, and the roles metadata registries, knowledge organization systems, and collaborative tools play in a metadata methodology.

FAILED ERPS: White Paper Description: Many failed projects are lamented by analysts and commentators because of the lack of effective metadata management. Your project may fail too—but there are simple steps to avoid the common mistakes that lead to failure. Find out how your service infrastructure affects the agility of your IT systems, and the roles metadata registries, knowledge organization systems, and collaborative tools play in a metadata methodology. Nurturing the Roots of Service-oriented Delivery
11/2/2009 4:15:00 AM

The Importance of Server Robustness in CRM
In today's software frenzy and with the increasing demand for applications that provide maximum return on investment, many companies have failed to focus on subjects like reliability, downtime, and scalability. Since 1991, Touchtone Corporation has devoted its efforts to developing and maintaining a client/server customer relationship management (CRM) application and has equipped more than 750 IBM AS/400 and iSeries customers with its native OS/400 CRM solution.

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6/15/2004

Computer Associates Goes E-Business in a Big Way
Computer Associates announced at their CAWorld conference that e-business is the place to be, and they are re-orienting their company to facilitate it. CA has previously failed to make inroads in the consulting arena, and they feel e-business is the way to fix the problem.

FAILED ERPS: selling. CA has previously failed to make inroads in the consulting arena, and they feel e-business is the way to fix the problem. According to Sanjay Kumar, chief operating officer of CA, It will be the single largest field reorganization we have done in the company in the last 10 years. It s there to allow us to be more responsive to customers. CA is reorganizing the sales force around two segments, OS/390 applications and e-business. CA has delayed the process of integrating Sterling Software until
4/27/2000

It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part IV » The TEC Blog
will never be a failed implementation or a disgruntled customer. The goal is to quickly and simply help people to get their respective jobs done in a way that they get almost addicted to the tool, so much so that they cannot even imagine doing it any other way. For what is worth, getting back to the “eating own dog food” mantra from Part III , Webcom’s staff admits to being addicted to ResponsAbility. If they look at their own statistics, which are available in the application, each Webcom employee

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02-09-2008

A Lexicon for Customer Relationship Management Success
Despite technological advances, users are dissatisfied with customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Ambiguous terms do not provide the vocabulary for concrete action and measurable expectations. Thus, CRM is perceived to be about intangibles, and is approached with a let's-hope–for-the-best mentality.

FAILED ERPS: in the history of failed management concepts. The Issue The motivation to write this article was spawned by two recent articles. The first article was based on a survey of CRM experts who explained why they believe CRM initiatives fail. Although some of their comments were refreshingly accurate, there were a number of references to tired old phrases that do little to improve understanding of the real issues and opportunities associated with CRM. The second article was based on a survey of chief executive
9/29/2008

JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions – Part 1 » The TEC Blog
bitter taste after the failed merger efforts with i2 Technologies in early 2009. In private conversations, JDA executives shrugged the failed merger off as a good riddance, since the discrete manufacturing industries that i2 targets were quite affected by the recession (e.g., hi tech and automotive), in contrast to JDA’s more recession-proof target industries (we all have to eat, drink, and wear something after all). While I got their points in part, I couldn’t also help but feeling some “sour

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20-08-2010

Infinium Returns To Its Core Competencies To SucceedPart 1: Recent Announcements
2000 and 2001 were difficult times for Infinium resulting in a substantial decrease in revenue and significant restructuring. After a thorough soul-searching exercise at the end of 2001, the company entered 2002 with product offerings that are going back to its roots, and with a determination to sustain success within three key target markets. The result is a renewed employees' and the market's enthusiasm for the company moving forward.

FAILED ERPS: company wrote off its failed ASP (application solution provider) venture. Against this backdrop, the company s tenacity and ability to launch a comeback deserves praise. While the company did not cry over spilled milk for long, it also did not pour ashes over its head for long either. The time to take stock of its of its competencies and/or resources had come. At the end of 2001, Infinium seems to have successfully bitten the bullet. Consequently, the fast tracked return to profitability during the
5/28/2002

Software Selection Processes—Accelerating Vendor Identification
Software selection is complex and time-consuming. Taking shortcuts or skipping steps in the process increases the risk of making the wrong choice. But attending a virtual trade show can accelerate the selection process, increase vendor interaction, and reduce this risk.

FAILED ERPS: The cost of a failed implementation is so significant that it can put your business at risk, or set you back years from achieving your business goals. It s no wonder selecting a computer system can be an intimidating process. It is imperative that you follow a disciplined plan in conducting your selection project. The process requires a company-wide commitment of time and resources; many companies dedicate a single person to managing a project of this importance. Selection projects can be divided into
1/2/2008


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