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Case Study: Phoenix Logistics, Inc.
In previous years, Arizona (US)-based aerospace manufacturer Phoenix Logistics, Inc. managed its low-volume, batch-manufacturing process with non-integrated manual and paper-based systems. Find out how implementing a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution helped the company overcome significant problems with ordering, regulatory compliance, and document management.

I BUS PHOENIX: Case Study: Phoenix Logistics, Inc. Case Study: Phoenix Logistics, Inc. Source: Plex Systems Document Type: Case Study Description: In previous years, Arizona (US)-based aerospace manufacturer Phoenix Logistics, Inc. managed its low-volume, batch-manufacturing process with non-integrated manual and paper-based systems. Find out how implementing a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution helped the company overcome significant problems with ordering, regulatory
2/24/2010 12:44:00 PM

I Did It the iWay » The TEC Blog
I Did It the iWay » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s software selection

I BUS PHOENIX: CIO, data integration, EIM, information management, iWay, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
24-09-2009

Why I Like Vanilla
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software packages are often super flexible and highly customizable, but there are good reasons for keeping it simple. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software packages can be highly flexible, but custom configurations may cause more trouble than they’re worth when it comes time to upgrade your system. There are good reasons for keeping it simple, and understanding what your business requirements really are. Hugh R. Alley recounts his experience with ERP gone wrong and argues the merits of plain old vanilla, right out of the box.

I BUS PHOENIX: Why I Like Vanilla Why I Like Vanilla Hugh R. Alley - December 9, 2010 Read Comments Three years ago I joined a small manufacturing firm as Operations Manager. Two years earlier, the company had selected and installed a new super-flexible, highly customized enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package. Since I joined, I have reached the conclusion that I like vanilla. A lot. Background Flavor I first heard the term “vanilla” used in reference to computer software during a consulting assignment
12/10/2010 10:53:00 AM

SaaSy Discussions (Part I) » The TEC Blog
changes (based on who I am and what I do at the company). Rapid deployment (measured in weeks — versus months or years — and cost-effective) and robust integration (with existing applications & data, support for industry-standard application and data interfaces, and portal-based infrastructure) are other tenets of adaptive CRM. Also critical for adaptive CRM are the inherent business intelligence (BI) capabilities to understand customer and market dynamics, and business process management (BPM) in a

I BUS PHOENIX: asp, bi, BPM, consona crm, CRM, ERP, multi tenant, on demand, on premise, SaaS, salesforce.com, sfa, tcm, total customer management, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
11-04-2008

Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part I) » The TEC Blog
am # […] Part I of this blog post introduced the burning issues of food safety and the ensuing need for trace…. To the end of providing entire food supply chain traceability and information visibility, mid-March, during its CUE 2008 annual user conference, Lawson Software announced the availability of Lawson M3 Trace Engine 3.0, the first version offered within the US market. […] * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 2 + 4 ?

I BUS PHOENIX: f&b, food and beverage, food supply chain, lawson, Lawson M3, lawson m3 trace engine, SCM, traceability, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
12-05-2008

Surviving Amid ERP Sharks as a “Visionary Vendor for the Pragmatic User” (Part I) » The TEC Blog
for those (rare few I suspect) that have guessed we are talking here about SYSPRO , may I boldly suggest an audition for the “Jeopardy” (or like) quiz show? In any case, for nearly 30 years, SYSPRO has been offering a broad range of extended-ERP solutions for small and mid-sized manufacturing and distribution organizations (the sweet spot being the companies with US$10 million to US$250 million in revenues). I believe that SYSPRO has survived largely unscathed through all the mayhem and carnage in

I BUS PHOENIX: CRM, discrete manufacturing, distribution, ERP, lean, mixed mode manufacturing, PragmaVision, process manufacturing, SYSPRO, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
11-02-2008

The Third Paradigm
Supply chain systems to date have represented the back-end of that process of servicing markets and have taken us a long way in replacing assets with information. But the fact is, building products still takes a long time. Contrastingly, markets require short response times--days. For the last few years, we have begun the process of trying to understand the unplanned event. The first and second paradigm systems deal in knowns--this is what I think I need and therefore this is what I will buy. The Third Paradigm focuses on the uncertainty elements to understand risk. This is the key. Isolate, understand and organize the chaos—creating an operational and financial model.

I BUS PHOENIX: oh so familiar with. I will spend the rest of the article briefly describing the concepts. There are algorithmic underpinnings to these concepts, but here we only have space to introduce the topic and illustrate the positive impact that applying this can have to your business[] . [1] For more in-depth understanding and discussion of these concepts go to: http://www.chainlinkresearch.com/parallaxview/V2_03/home.htm . So what does it mean to plan for uncertainty? The first and second paradigm systems deal
1/28/2005

A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture
It is feasible to create native, intuitive and graphical business applications using just available software in i/OS and Open source Java. Using iSeries as an integrated business server is more than just a dream.

I BUS PHOENIX: New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture Ludo Dierckx and Wim Van Leuven - May 18, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The iSeries server, IBM s showpiece and well-known successor of the AS/400, has been implemented on a large scale over the past twenty-five years in small and medium businesses (SMB). This midrange computer is still being praised because of its operational ease-of-use, its reliability, flexibility, and
5/18/2005

BigMachines: Getting Bigger and Better – Part I » The TEC Blog
and Better – Part I » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s software

I BUS PHOENIX: b2b, b2c, bigmachines, cpq, CRM, e commerce, mass customization, on demand, product configurators, q2o, quote to order, SaaS, webcom, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
23-10-2009

Cooler-running Notebooks from HP, Toshiba, et al.
Recent announcements from AMD, Toshiba, and Phoenix highlight an increasing focus on extending the battery life of notebook computers.

I BUS PHOENIX: Cooler-running Notebooks from HP, Toshiba, et al. Cooler-running Notebooks from HP, Toshiba, et al. R. Krause - May 10, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 10, 2000 Event Summary April 18, 2000 [Source: AMD press release]-- AMD announced the Mobile AMD-K6-III+ and Mobile AMD-K6-2+ processor families with speeds up to 500MHz. Hewlett-Packard has chosen the 475MHz Mobile AMD-K6-2+ processor to power its Pavilion N3215 notebook PC, and Toshiba has chosen these processors for its Tecra and Portege The first
5/10/2000

Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack
Off to a rough and tumble start, Netpliance's stock fell 18% by its third day of trading due to a security exploit. However, don't expect the rough start to thwart sales. Though the

I BUS PHOENIX: Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack L. Taylor - May 9, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - May 9, 2000 Event Summary Netpliance s stock took an 18% dip after a slot machine engineer in Las Vegas hacked a procedure to turn the network device into a full-fledged PC. Netpliance, Inc., (Nasdaq: NPLI) which only went public on March 17 at a price of $18.00 a share, was down to $14.00 a share by market close on March 21. The Netpliance, which retails for $99.00,
5/9/2000


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