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Vendor Extends Welcome Mat for Hospitality Industry
SoftBrands Hospitality business supports the enterprise information management needs of hotels and resorts. SoftBrands' range of hospitality software products

forcasting hospitality  Extends Welcome Mat for Hospitality Industry Introduction With over 130 employees worldwide and contributing about a third of the company's revenues, SoftBrands ' hospitality business supports the enterprise information management needs of hotels and resorts with a range of software products and services. The vendor provides property management systems (PMS) and leisure management systems (LMS) to hotels, resorts, spas, and health clubs. The two PMSs are Medallion and PORTfolio , and the primary LMS

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SoftBrands to Institute Fourth Shift for SAP Business One Manufacturing Work-Plan Part Two: SoftBrands


As for the lower-end of the market, SAP has designed SAP Business One to meet the core management needs of dynamically growing small and midsize businesses, and is moving to better address the specific needs of small manufacturers through a planned strategic solution relationship with SoftBrands whereby the two vendors have initiated efforts to integrate SoftBrands' leading manufacturing software product Fourth Shift with SAP Business One.

forcasting hospitality  to Institute Fourth Shift for SAP Business One Manufacturing Work-Plan Part Two: SoftBrands SoftBrands At the National Manufacturing Week ( NMW ) event, held February 23-26, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois (US) SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), the leading provider of enterprise applications, announced the availability of new industry-specific solutions for small and midsize manufacturing companies, with the aim of extending its leadership as a provider of solutions for an even broader range of companies, from small Read More

Epicor Software Corp.: Completing Painstaking "e"Volution Part 2: Evaluating Epicor


Fiscal 2001 will prove to be very challenging for Epicor Software and we believe the next 18 months will be the company's make-or-break period. This part examines how successful Epicor has been in completing its evolution from a vendor of financial accounting software to a provider of holistic business performance solutions, including integrated front office, back office and e-business capabilities.

forcasting hospitality  Software Corp.: Completing Painstaking e Volution Part 2: Evaluating Epicor Epicor Software Corp.: Completing Painstaking e Volution Part 2: Evaluating Epicor P.J. Jakovljevic - April 2, 2001 Executive Summary  Epicor Software has been striving to complete its evolution from a vendor of financial accounting software to a provider of holistic business performance solutions, including integrated front office, back office and e-business capabilities. This promotes it as one of the first vendors and Read More

Infor Strikes Again (at Long Last): Getting “Soft” while Flexing its Muscles? - Part 1


Just when I had begun to think that Ned Lilly’s ERP Graveyard blog might go out of business soon (or at least change its name and charter), here came his new blog entry in early June 2009. The blog post’s cause was the official press release (PR) entitled “SoftBrands Enters Into Definitive Agreement To Be Acquired By Affiliate Of Golden Gate Capital And Infor.” Now, the acquisition was

forcasting hospitality  Strikes Again (at Long Last): Getting “Soft” while Flexing its Muscles? - Part 1 Just when I had begun to think that Ned Lilly’s ERP Graveyard blog might go out of business soon (or at least change its name and charter), here came his new blog entry in early June 2009 . The blog post’s cause was the official press release (PR) entitled “SoftBrands Enters Into Definitive Agreement To Be Acquired By Affiliate Of Golden Gate Capital And Infor.” Now, the acquisition was certainly not an Read More

Infinium Returns To Its Core Competencies To Succeed Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations


Despite solid horizontal ERP functionality, product flexibility, and very good customer service, Infinium's challenge remains its lack of mind share and brand awareness outside of its hospitality stronghold.

forcasting hospitality  Returns To Its Core Competencies To Succeed Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations Strategic Focus Incidentally, a sharp vertical focus founded on strong horizontal applications has long been Infinium 's modus operandi. However, given its past financial difficulties and the confinement to the iServer platform have made the company revise and rationalize its traditional industries of focus. Although Infinium customers represent a variety of industries including: manufacturing, hospitality and Read More

Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO?


After several years of being neglected within many foster homes, CIMPRO might have finally found its welcoming host in Adonix, until recently an anonymous French ERP provider, which, in turn, should be able to make use of CIMPRO’s process manufacturing expertise.

forcasting hospitality  Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Event Summary In the year marked by depressing news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, which has also resulted in a recent flurry of acquisitions (often for ridiculously low prices), it may be refreshing to hear an upbeat strategy, including the Xmas-shopping-like acquisition, coming from still a relatively less known, but certainly up-and-coming vendor. On December 19, Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a Read More

Enterprise Application Provider May Deepen Market Impact


The worst is past for SoftBrands. However, the vendor must still deal with the problem of blending many formerly independent organizations together, while figuring out how best to leverage their different technological and industrial strengths.

forcasting hospitality  Application Provider May Deepen Market Impact Market Impact The past several years have been tough for SoftBrands , a Minneapolis, Minnesota (US)-based provider of enterprise solutions for the manufacturing and hospitality industries (see SoftBrands' Recovery Softens the AremisSoft Bankruptcy Blow and Fourth Shift's evolution within SoftBrands' DemandStream ). However, the worst is certainly past for SoftBrands, and there are some glimmers of hope for a better future. For a discussion of the Clas Read More

You Still Need ERP, Even If Naysayers Say You Don’t


After coming across the Forbes article The End Of ERP and quite a few spin-off articles about the imminent death of ERP, I became somewhat concerned about how this topic was being handled by "people in the know" and other IT experts. Here’s my take on it. ERP Exists for a Reason... ERP’s original raison d’être was to integrate core business functional areas and business processes

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Integrated EAM for Hotels: An Overview


According to a recent NYT article, the hotel industry saw record revenue last year reaching $138 billion, growing $28 billion from the previous year. In response, hotels increased rates and major chains like Hyatt and Marriott began planning new hotels. While the recent subprime crisis, low US dollar, and high gas prices have caused these chains to scale back new developments, they have not

forcasting hospitality  EAM for Hotels: An Overview According to a recent NYT article, the hotel industry saw record revenue last year reaching $138 billion, growing $28 billion from the previous year. In response, hotels increased rates and major chains like Hyatt and Marriott began planning new hotels. While the recent subprime crisis, low US dollar, and high gas prices have caused these chains to scale back new developments, they have not trimmed them down by much. Over 6,000 new hotels have been built, with a third Read More

Hannon Hill Corporation


Founded in January 2001, Hannon Hill Corporation delivers content management solutions for managing Internet, intranet, extranet, and portal content. Its solutions are aimed at organizations of all types, including education, energy, healthcare, hospitality, technology, and publishing. Hannon Hill Corporation is based in Atlanta, Georgia (US).

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Infinium Attempts To Better Gain Some Markets' Ear


While 2000 was a difficult year for Infinium, resulting in a focus shift and significant restructuring, the company entered 2001 with an expanded product offering and the determination to gain more visibility within its target markets.

forcasting hospitality  Attempts To Better Gain Some Markets' Ear Infinium Attempts To Better Gain Some Markets' Ear P.J. Jakovljevic - March 22, 2001 Event Summary On February 26, Infinium (NASDAQ: INFM), a provider of e-business solutions and ASP services for certain industries, announced that it has formed a joint-marketing partnership with Richer Systems Group Inc . ( RSG ), the developer of Enrich , a real-time fleet management solution for the transportation industry. RSG's Enrich suite of transportation software Read More

Labor Management Systems: Optimizing Worker Productivity While Reducing Labor Costs


Labor management systems (LMSs) are used primarily as a way for distribution operations to manage and track its labor activities. This includes real-time interaction with warehouse management and warehouse control systems in order to collect data on what workers are doing, how many locations they have visited, what inventory they have handled, what equipment they have used, and what paths they

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Is Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part I)


One renowned vendor seems to have contributed to the 2007 holiday shopping season. That would be Irvine, California, the United States (US)-based Epicor Software Corporation (Nasdaq: EPIC). With over 2,500 employees worldwide and with projected 2007 revenues of $414.5 million (not including the pending acquisition), Epicor is the global leader in the mid-market, serving over 20,000 customers

forcasting hospitality  Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part I) One renowned vendor seems to have contributed to the 2007 holiday shopping season. That would be Irvine, California, the United States (US)-based Epicor Software Corporation (Nasdaq: EPIC). With over 2,500 employees worldwide and with projected 2007 revenues of $414.5 million (not including the pending acquisition), Epicor is the global leader in the mid-market, serving over 20,000 customers worldwide. With more than 20 years of operating histo Read More

Pronto Signs Deal with Largest Family-owned Theme Park in the US


Pronto Software, provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business intelligence (BI) software, announced signing a new contract with Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation (HFE). HFE is the largest family-owned theme park in the United States. The Pronto solutions will be rolled out across HFE’s portfolio of entertainment, tourism, and hospitality properties, replacing legacy retail

forcasting hospitality  Signs Deal with Largest Family-owned Theme Park in the US Pronto Software, provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business intelligence (BI) software, announced signing a new contract with Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation (HFE). HFE is the largest family-owned theme park in the United States. The Pronto solutions will be rolled out across HFE’s portfolio of entertainment, tourism, and hospitality properties, replacing legacy retail and inventory systems. According to Andrew Read More

Infinium Software, Inc.: Having All the Right Cards?


Following the market trends, Infinium has recently made an energetic push into a number of prospective areas such as: Web-enablement and self-service product capabilities, business intelligence, CRM, and application hosting (ASP) services. Infinium has only very recently announced its strategic partnership with elcom.com regarding e-commerce and vertical marketplaces, which will additionally burden products integration workload.

forcasting hospitality  Software, Inc.: Having All the Right Cards? Infinium Software Inc.: Having All the Right Cards? P.J. Jakovljevic - July 5, 2000 Vendor Summary Infinium Software Inc. develops, markets, and supports enterprise business applications for service organizations, mid-sized companies and divisions of large global corporations. Founded in 1981 with headquarters in Hyannis, MA, USA, Infinium ranks among the Top 20 ERP vendors with $122 million in revenue in fiscal 1999 (approximately 12% thereof derived Read More