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SAP s New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com
SAP adds functionality to its role-based workplace portals.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: SAP s New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com SAP s New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com A. Turner - January 7, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary On December 14, 1999 during the New York E-Business Conference and Expo, SAP AG (NYSE ADR: SAP), announced the availability of new functionality for its mySAP.com e-commerce solutions. The announcement covers both buy side and sell side solutions. On the buy side: The mySAP.com buying solution, using SAP s Business-to-Business Procurement component, supports multiparty
1/7/2000

Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level
Product managers in product companies are trying to develop applications that support multilingual functionality. Multinational corporations use multilingual software applications in order to increase their productivity and in some cases meet compliance regulations.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level Taking Multilingual Support to the Next Level - August 17, 2009 Read Comments Traditionally, multilingual software applications and Web sites allowed users to select a language from a list containing multiple languages at the set-up and log-in stage. The language was then installed and displayed on all screens, menus, and help text. That sufficed when the application s use was confined to a single language at a time. With the increasing globalization of the
8/17/2009

Planning at the Business Unit Level
Planning at the business unit level is most commonly done in spreadsheets, with cost center inputs gathered using workbook templates that are difficult to format and consolidate. While business units can’t escape from “spreadsheet hell” using a corporate business performance management (BPM) system, they can streamline planning and analysis processes with the right software solution. Find out how.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Planning at the Business Unit Level Planning at the Business Unit Level Source: Alight Document Type: White Paper Description: Planning at the business unit level is most commonly done in spreadsheets, with cost center inputs gathered using workbook templates that are difficult to format and consolidate. While business units can’t escape from “spreadsheet hell” using a corporate business performance management (BPM) system, they can streamline planning and analysis processes with the right software
3/23/2010 1:19:00 PM

To ERP or Not to ERP, that Is the C-level Question » The TEC Blog


GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: best of breed ERP, component ERP, ERP, ERP functionality, one size fits all ERP, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
22-02-2013

Sage BusinessWorks Accounting


GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Sage BusinessWorks 50 Accounting (formerly BusinessWorks Gold) bridges the gap between off-the-shelf, entry-level products and complex high-end systems.

Holistic and Efficient Protection for Oracle Databases
Successful business operations hinge on a company’s ability to maintain a high level of data availability. Database applications, such as Oracle, demand advanced data storage management to optimize application and data availability, as well as storage management capabilities. Discover a solution that can help deliver an enhanced backup, restore, and recovery regime that protects your vital data from soft and hard errors.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Holistic and Efficient Protection for Oracle Databases Holistic and Efficient Protection for Oracle Databases Source: FalconStor Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Successful business operations hinge on a company’s ability to maintain a high level of data availability. Database applications, such as Oracle, demand advanced data storage management to optimize application and data availability, as well as storage management capabilities. Discover a solution that can help deliver an enhanced
6/3/2008 3:51:00 PM

Total Uptime Guarantees? It Must Be A New Millennium!
Netsourcing provider Intira has announced that it will offer service level agreements (SLA's) covering its complete line of IT and network infrastructure service offerings.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: in this business have upgraded to where they can make similar offerings, although some will no doubt be willing to gamble by offering the SLA s now and upgrading later. We also predict that ASP s, some of which host on Intira, will be pressured to offer some form of SLA within the next two years. User Recommendations We believe that there are many outsourcing companies that are technically capable of achieving equivalent levels of service. But they may not be ready to guarantee it, and may not yet be
1/10/2000

Protecting the Crown Jewels: An Enterprise-class Approach to Application-level Security
Most large organizations zealously protect their networks and host operating systems. But enterprise-class applications receive comparatively little attention, on the assumption that they are protected by defenses at the network perimeter. Yet these applications and databases are the major reason enterprises invest in IT in the first place—and the data they contain are often the enterprise’s most valuable assets.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Case Study: Multifaceted Company Upgrades ERP Application Writing Cost-effective Documentation for Software Systems Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
3/8/2007 2:26:00 PM

Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT
Sendmail 3.0 includes the Sendmail Message Transfer Agent, a Mailing List Server, a POP3 Server and a Message Store.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT Sendmail Takes Security to the Next Level with Version 3.0 for NT P. Hayes - November 5, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On September 20 1999, Sendmail released Sendmail 3.0 for the NT Server platform. The product targets small to mid-size organizations and Internet Service Providers and offers interoperability with Open Source Sendmail coupled with familiar NT Administrative Tools and Interfaces. Sendmail 3.0 includes the Sendmail Message
11/5/1999

True Demand


GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: The TrueDemand product includes the following components:Logistics analytics: the solution looks at inbound supply chain analytics at the stock-keeping unit (SKU) and location level, including product lead times, days-of-sales, cycle times, dwell times and turnover rates, and inbound service levels.

Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit
How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate themselves from the competition.

GRADE LEVEL DEFINITIONS: Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Service Level Goal Strategy: Path to Profit Source: RPE Document Type: White Paper Description: How can retailers maximize their return when investing in cutting-edge replenishment solutions? After all, if forecasting and purchasing decisions are driven by advanced math and logic, then surely there is little room for users to influence success? Actually, establishing a service-level goal strategy can blaze the path to profit for retailers looking to separate
12/23/2005 1:37:00 PM


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