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Razorfish Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband
Razorfish is positioned to expand, but at what price? Razorfish faces challenges in organization, image, and perceived capabilities. How well Razorfish

game wolfield  recognized that in this game, you must aim for the Holy Service Grail - providing end-to-end solutions (EES) to its clients. To do this it has developed procedures and internal infrastructures to share knowledge and integrate its diverse acquisitions. In April 1999, Razorfish went public with a share offering, raising about $45M to provide fuel for its expansion. Vendor Strategy and Trajectory Coming from the creative side of web design, Razorfish holds no particular allegiance to a specific technology Read More...
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A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction...
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Dassault Systèmes Introduces EXALEAD OneCall for Astute Customer Interactions
There is certainly no dearth of software packages for multichannel customer service and helpdesk. Think of Oracle’s vast offering (based on the acquisitions of

game wolfield  to change the customer experience game. The EXALEAD OneCall application aims to transform contact center operations by providing customer-facing agents with the data and information they need to succeed when interacting with well-informed consumers. Whatever the data type or location—internal (e.g., CRM or ERP systems) or external (e.g., Web sites or social networks), structured or unstructured—EXALEAD OneCall should aggregate, streamline, and deliver rich information “in context” to contact Read More...
Descartes Systems Acquires Two European Companies, Strengthens Logistics Network
Descartes Systems has recently acquired Compudata, a leading provider of business-to-business (B2B) supply chain integration and e-invoicing solutions in

game wolfield  part of the company’s game plan in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce. Most recently, Descartes acquired Compudata , a leading provider of business-to-business (B2B) supply chain integration and e-invoicing solutions in Switzerland, for about $18 million (USD), and Impatex Freight Software Limited , a leading provider of electronic customs filing and freight forwarding solutions in the United Kingdom (UK), for about $8.3 million (USD).   Compudata has 500 customers, most of which are Read More...
AVEVA Augments Its Advanced Simulation Capabilities, Acquires GMS
Simulation has become an integral part of the engineering software market. When we talk about return on investment (ROI) from simulation software implementation

game wolfield  in verticals such as game development, media and entertainment, architecture, and precise engineering simulation. AVEVA’s acquisition of smaller GMS group opens up its options to expand into these industries. But AVEVA made it very clear that GMS’s software complements AVEVA’s existing offerings to deliver advanced virtual 3D interactive software for plants. AVEVA is positioning this acquisition to deliver applications that simulate industrial plants, especially in the hazardous, Read More...
Autodesk and Jitterbit Partner to Increase Access to PLM Data
Autodesk continues its foray into the cloud product lifecycle management (PLM) game after its recent launch of Autodesk PLM 360 and acquisition of Inforbix. The

game wolfield  product lifecycle management (PLM) game after its recent launch of Autodesk PLM 360 and acquisition of Inforbix. The focus of the Autodesk PLM 360 offering (bolstered by Jitterbit’s data integration) is to connect and orchestrate data transfers between systems. On the other hand, the focus of Inforbix is to index and mash up data across the systems for further discovery and analysis. In other words, Inforbix is for accessing and (in its way) analyzing data, while Jitterbit is for facilitating Read More...
Wintel Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language
Intel and Microsoft are getting into the server appliance game, only this appliance is really a small server. But if they want to misuse the term, who are we

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How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

game wolfield  Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game and Won If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Haier America Implements RFID Technology VAI designs fully integrated, customized system to meet the requirements of big box retailers. Source : Haier Resources Related to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) : Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (Wikipedia) How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game and Won Distribution is Read More...
Oracle Gets into the BYOD Game
Without much fanfare Oracle recently quietly acquired Bitzer Mobile, a provider of mobile applications management solutions that allow organizations to provide

game wolfield  Gets into the BYOD Game Without much fanfare Oracle recently  quietly acquired Bitzer Mobile , a provider of mobile applications management solutions that allow organizations to provide their employees access to corporate data and applications from their mobile devices. Oracle hereby intends to address the growing security needs created by the burgeoning “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend. Bitzer Mobile will augment Oracle's portfolio of Fusion Middleware products, and is expected to be a core Read More...
Benefits and Pitfalls of Gamification for Consumer Marketing
Companies are always looking for ways to attract new customers and retain existing ones. One way to spur interest in their offerings is to apply the principles

game wolfield  a funny and interactive game explaining to people why this is important, they are more likely to trust you, as, for one thing, you took the time to do more than just claim to do what everyone in your market is already doing.   Pitfalls of Gamification But gamification can have its pitfalls, which can be caused by a misunderstanding of its scope and a superficial implementation of its principles. This may result in initiatives that only you may find fun and engaging—your customers won’t. In order to Read More...
New Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq
Compaq has jumped into the home Internet Appliance game with its latest iPAQ offering. Is this a continuation of computer manufacturers attempting to create a

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Organizations Struggle with Their Software Selection Shortlists. Here's why.
In my latest blog post, find out what organizations like yours are saying about their shortlists.

game wolfield  That's late in the game. In my latest blog post, find out what organizations like yours are saying about their shortlists. And try our interactive shortlist wizard to avoid making the same mistakes. Thanks for your time, and have a nice day. David Clark Managing Editor Technology Evaluation Centers Inc.   For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: 514-954-3665, ext. 367. Special Offer Files 2009 Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 3
[Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This

game wolfield  “blame the fired asshole” game. On the other hand, if the implementation saves the company, Theodore takes the credit and is awarded another gold star. Theodore’s playing both ends against the middle, and guys who play both ends against the middle irritate me when it happens to be me in the middle. So I walk back over to his office. “Hey Theo, just wanted to get some stats before I call your German friends.” “You never heard of e-mail? What kind of stats?” Theodore doesn’t like stats. Read More...
Epicor Insights 2014–Raising the ERP Game
The major “game raising” news at Epicor Insights 2014 was the availability of Epicor ERP version 10 (and the underlying Epicor ICE 3.0 architecture). This

game wolfield  Insights 2014–Raising the ERP Game Epicor’s recently appointed new CEO Joe Cowan started his keynote presentation at the recent Epicor Insights 2014 conference in Las Vegas by comparing rock bands and enterprise software vendors—both are only as good as their latest release and both are always striving to raise their game.   The major “game raising” news at Epicor Insights 2014 was the availability of Epicor ERP version 10 (and the underlying Epicor ICE 3.0 architecture). This release seems to Read More...
Justification of ERP Investments Part Four: Replacing or Re-implementing an ERP System
An investment analysis focusing on enterprise resource planning (ERP) benefits frequently applies to those firms initially justifying an ERP implementation. It

game wolfield  (sales and operations planning) game plans that cover all demands, sales orders have realistic delivery promises, and the schedules are actually used to coordinate supply chain activities. Coordination efforts reflect action messages, with a manageable number of exceptions. The ERP system correctly updates accounting and provides useful management information. The ERP system typically reflects the latest releases from the software vendor. Class B User . The formal ERP system is partially effective in Read More...
Interview with Joe Cowan


game wolfield  you play the future game of making a lot of promises. A lot of software companies have done that. The dot-com bubble gave us the opportunity to do that. And you saw a lot of it. To be frank, I think this entire supply chain space got caught up in that. Then all of a sudden the market realized, We're not getting any real value out of this. They are not delivering on all the things they said their software would do. SH: I guess you could say that many of us were affected by irrational exuberance. JC Read More...

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