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Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard Part 3: IBM
IBM still needs to convince users that it is nimble enough to handle the smaller projects prevalent in today’s cost-conscious market, which may be a concern

groupware applications  in Lotus Notes collaborative groupware and Tivoli enterprise management systems, and while maintaining heavy emphasis on middleware (WebSphere) and database (DB2) platforms) Technologies, to become the major component supplier (in an OEM fashion) to the IT industry The PwC Consulting acquisition, while it will hardly help IBM with regard to profitability improvement in the short term, will nevertheless help it building additional capabilities and should address any IGS' weaknesses, especially in Read More...
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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...
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The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 1)
The title of this blog post might sound like a no-brainer: as clear and indisputable as the “motherhood and apple pie” adage. Yet how many times have you dealt

groupware applications  teams, as with various collaborative groupware applications . Groupware KM provides a virtual space where members of a company or project team can access key files, pose questions, and coordinate their workflow tasks. This collaborative style of KM software can be especially helpful to companies with remote workers or freelancers and the resulting need for a centralized repository where key information can be stored and accessed. Web-based groupware KM solutions leverage the flexibility, ease of access, Read More...
Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand
Palm Computing to offer software to allow Palm devices to network with enterprise systems and applications.

groupware applications  resource planning suite or groupware application, for example. Market Impact This is an attempt to create a new corporate market segment, one below the current notebook/portable segment. Part of the focus is on lowering TCO 1 , since some estimates place TCO of networked Windows PCs at approximately $10,000/year. Although Gartner estimates Palm TCO at an unexpectedly high $2700/year (a figure we question), this figure is still significantly lower than for the traditional desktop. The ability of a Palm Read More...
Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part Two: Just-in-Time to Extensible Markup Language
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

groupware applications  similarities between PDM and groupware technology appropriate to a range of business environments. Besides ensuring data integrity using relational database technology, both include workflow and web-based applications that ease collaboration efforts. product configurator : A system, generally rule-based, to be used in design-to-order, engineer-to-order, or make-to-order environments where numerous product variations exist. Product configurators perform intelligent modeling of the part or product Read More...
Lotus Announces Upcoming Release of ASP Solution Pack
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 26, 1999 -- At ISPCON'99, IBM's Lotus Development Corp. today announced the ASP Solution Pack, a hosted applications offering that

groupware applications  which provide secure on-line groupware and application configuration based upon a user's network profile. The applications include Lotus QuickPlace, Domino Web Mail with calendaring and scheduling, Lotus Sametime and Instant Messaging. The ASP Solution Pack will provide support for Microsoft Windows NT, Sun Solaris and AIX, support for Linux and AS/400 will be added after the initial release. The product is expected for release to manufacturing in the 2nd Quarter of 2000 (probability 70%). The product is Read More...
IFS Applications (version 8.0) for ERP for the Mining Industry Certification Report
IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for the mining industry in the ERP Evaluation

groupware applications  Applications (version 8.0) for ERP for the Mining Industry Certification Report IFS Applications (v. 8.0) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for the mining industry in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth Read More...
SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure--The Next Frontier?
Leading enterprise applications vendors believe it is crucial to quickly complete the transition to a service oriented architecture (SOA) from monolithic client

groupware applications  based Applications and Infrastructure--The Next Frontier? SOA, The Next Frontier The current, rapid pace of global business places a unique set of challenges on all enterprises looking to improve and automate their operations. At the same time companies must also be poised to adapt quickly to change. Growing competition, deregulation, globalization, compliance requirements, merger and acquisition activities, and outsourcing, coupled with supply chain structures and stringent mandating requirements from Read More...
Sales Commission Applications-Build versus Buy
Even though business operations have consistently moved towards packaged applications, some still consider building their own solutions. This is sometimes the

groupware applications  Commission Applications-Build versus Buy Even though business operations have consistently moved towards packaged applications, some still consider building their own solutions. This is sometimes the case even for such standard operations as sales commission calculations. But it is clear that in the case of most applications—and sales commission applications in particular—buying a packaged application is a much better decision than the alternative. Read More...
Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger
It is startling how much has changed in Oracle’s applications business during the last two years. Oracle is indisputably the most reformed applications vendor

groupware applications  Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger P.J. Jakovljevic - September 19, 2000 Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is still the No.1 database software vendor, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest enterprise applications vendor (after SAP) with $2.7 billion revenue in its fiscal 2000 (slightly Read More...
SOA as a Foundation for Applications and Infrastructure
SOA promises interoperability in the heterogeneous business world by promoting loosely-coupled architecture, reusing software, and ending vendor-dependency

groupware applications  as a Foundation for Applications and Infrastructure SOA as a Foundation While both service oriented architecture (SOA) and traditional enterprise application integration (EAI) cover integration and horizontal application services, SOA goes much further by catering to vertical (business specific) services and presentation services. The latter would become the foundation for a universal desktop for all the Web-based applications of an enterprise, thereby providing a common look-and-feel and language Read More...
May a New Day Begin for Mature Enterprise Applications - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series outlined the trend of enterprise applications vendors’ attempts to win their users’ hearts and minds (as well as wallets) via more

groupware applications  a New Day Begin for Mature Enterprise Applications - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series outlined the trend of enterprise applications vendors’ attempts to win their users’ hearts and minds (as well as wallets) via more intuitive and appealing user interface (UI ) and user experience (UX ) design. What that means is that users can now more quickly obtain all of the relevant information they need in a personalized way, with drill-downs and other slick navigational Web 2.0 gadgets. For users, Read More...
Continuous Testing of Production Web Applications
Is your information security system staying on top of the 400 new threats that appear monthly? Securing your Web applications is not a one-time event, but a

groupware applications  Testing of Production Web Applications Is your information security system staying on top of the 400 new threats that appear monthly? Securing your Web applications is not a one-time event, but a continuous process of testing and re-testing for new vulnerabilities, especially when vital data is in development or production. Learn how a Web application security optimization process can help you perform effective continuous assessments of your system. Read More...
Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard
While it is apparent that software giants are in a better position to endure any economic adversity, no single vendor can be lulled into complacency for very

groupware applications  Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard P.J. Jakovljevic - August 26, 2002 Event Summary The market has recently witnessed a number of high-profile announcements of stalwart vendors in the enterprise applications space. Given the contrasting nature of these announcements, from impressive to disappointing financial performances on one hand, and from new acquisitions and/or job openings to massive layoffs on the other hand, it becomes Read More...
Do More with Less: Merging Enterprise Applications with Desktop Tools
Workers spend on average close to 80 percent of their workday with some combination of enterprise applications and desktop tools. Best-in-class companies have

groupware applications  More with Less: Merging Enterprise Applications with Desktop Tools Workers spend on average close to 80 percent of their workday with some combination of enterprise applications and desktop tools. Best-in-class companies have already found ways to improve productivity. Learn more about the convergence of enterprise applications with desktop tools, and the role it plays in providing visibility to enterprise data, improving communication, and facilitating real-time decision making. Read More...
Composing Collaborative Financial Applications
With its short term ownership under Baan all but forgotten, CODA has been doing well, owing to its astute offerings tailored to the preferences of each regional

groupware applications  Collaborative Financial Applications CODA's Profile Founded in 1979, and headquartered in the United Kingdom, CODA Group is a finance management systems specialist, and part of the publicly traded CODASciSys plc . group (AIM: CSY). After a series of changes which began in the late 1990s when it was first acquired and then divested by former Baan to Science Systems , and then in early 2000, CODA changed its name to CODASciSys. (See Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Read More...

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