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 great plains software 1993


Great Plains: Strong Channel and Microsoft focus for Dynamic(s) Growth
Great Plains has established very strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the ERP market, with a large and loyal

great plains software 1993  Dynamic(s) Growth Vendor Summary Great Plains Software, Inc. is a global provider of enterprise business solutions for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market. Great Plains offers e-business applications for financials, distribution, enterprise reporting, project accounting, e-commerce, human resources management, manufacturing, sales and marketing management, and customer service and support. Founded in 1981, with headquarters in Fargo, ND, USA, the Company is currently one of the fastest-growing

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Outsourcing, Applications Software

This RFP is focused on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of application software. The typical types of activities that these outsource providers perform include software development; software maintenance; software reengineering/rearchitecting; porting software to a new platform; defect correction and bug fixing; and software testing; etc. Application areas could include core applications, enterprise applications, web applications, integration between applications, mainframe applications, desktop applications, wireless applications, software packages, and games. 

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Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Two: Market Impact


ERP and other enterprise applications products will thus demonstrate deep industry functionality and tight integration with best-of-breed 'bolt-on' products in a particular vertical, which also means adding sector-specific, fine-grained capabilities.

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Marcam Solutions: Shifting its Focus to MES


The envisioned integration with Wonderware's FactorySuite 2000 will allow Protean users to solve shop floor problems with all production data collected and made instantly available. We believe that within the next 4 years Marcam will gradually shift its focus to plant integration and operations applications, while de-emphasizing its financial and order management components and relying on interfaces with other ERP vendors.

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FRx Poised to Permeate Many More General Ledgers Part Two: Market Impact


Since FRx already has integrations built to over forty leading general ledgers (and now a scalable tool kit available to accommodate virtually all others), the idea was for users to leverage the investment they have already made in their GL and to add increased functionality as their needs become more sophisticated.

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Fourth Shift Corporation: Working Overtime To Provide Complete Customer Care


Fourth Shift claims to have grasped the requirements of its target market (SMEs) that wish to acquire most of their business applications from a single source, even if they have to sacrifice some functionality. To that end, the company launched its Complete Care program. Complete Care is possibly the most comprehensive approach for small and midsize manufacturers to obtain needed business enterprise applications, backed by professional services and a long-term commitment to the customer's success. However, Fourth Shift’s future is not without significant challenges.

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The VMTurbo Cloud Control Plane: Software-driven Control for the Software-defined Data Center


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proALPHA Software


proALPHA Software Corporation provides integrated enterprise level software solutions to mid-range discrete manufacturing, engineering and distribution organizations. proALPHA has demonstrated double digit revenue growth and consistent profitability since being founded in 1992. With over 1000 customers internationally, proALPHA provides the most comprehensive and cost effective extended ERP technology solution available in the market. With North American headquarters located in Nashua, New Hampshire (US), proALPHA has offices in twelve countries and three continents.

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American Software, Inc


Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications, including enterprise-wide supply chain management (SCM), Internet commerce, financial, and manufacturing packages. e-Intelliprise is a total enterprise resource planning (ERP)/SCM suite, which leverages Internet connectivity and includes multiple manufacturing methodologies. American Software owns 88 percent of Logility, Inc. (NASDAQ: LGTY), a leading supplier of collaborative supply chain solutions. Other wholly-owned subsidiaries include New Generation Computing, a supplier of ERP systems to the textile and apparel industry, Demand Management, Inc., and The Proven Method.

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Small Business Software (SBS) Software Evaluation Report


The Small Business Software (SBS) evaluation model targets the functional requirements necessary to support a typical small business. If your organization doesn't have many sites to operate, seeks a solid base of ERP functionality, but doesn't need the biggest systems on the market, this model is a good starting place. Extending beyond accounting functions, it includes general ledger, accounts payable (A/P) and accounts receivable (A/R), payroll, job and project costing, multinational accounting, light manufacturing, inventory, technology, and more.

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Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors Part One: Software Requirements for Retail


Although the retail and wholesale customers have typically invested a low proportion of their total revenues in information technology, retail industry leaders have begun to demonstrate an ability to achieve market advantage through the effective use of specialized enterprise applications. As a result, the requirement for all retailers to increase their investment in IT and adopt best practices has thus grown.

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Software Solutions


Trigent helps clients in industries such as commercial software, manufacturing, marketing and media. Its solution frameworks and development automation tools aid rapid time-to-deployment for software systems. The company's CMM-certified global development centers offer flexibility clients to address clients' varying requirements for software development, maintenance, and support services. Its software support includes knowledge support systems, parts management systems, and product configuration. Trigent has created and maintained applications for clients such as International Truck and Engine Corp. (Navistar), Classified Ventures, Information Resources, Inc. (IRI), and McCabe and Associates.  

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