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'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys
Baan is now iBaan, fully focused on the Internet via Portals and web technologies, across CRM, ERP, and SCM spaces.

ibaan  integrated Baan. They released iBaan OpenWorld 2.0 , including a new XML-based framework as the embedded integration technology for its new generation iBaan suite of Internet-enabled value web collaboration solutions. The suite includes multiple components, with the aim of delivering Business Object Interfaces ( BOI's ) to integrate Baan solutions with 3rd-party solutions via graphical data mapping. They established iBaan Portal , designed to provide employees with customized views of Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 1: Recent Announcements
Having stemmed the tide of losses and returned to profitability in 2001, will in 2002 market witness Baan's return to former ERP stardom given the company's

ibaan  enhanced customer intimacy . Dubbed iBaan for CRM , the strategy calls for consolidating information from multiple touch-points across an enterprise, from enterprise resource planning (ERP), to product lifecycle management (PLM), to CRM and supply chain management (SCM), and then analyzing the data using sophisticated tools. The end goal is the improved insight to, e.g., understand the profitability index of each customer. The iBaan for CRM 'prospect-to-profitability' approach aims to provide a broad Read More...
Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 2: Alliances & Support
Baan and IBM have formed an alliance, IONA is certified for the OpenWorld Network Alliance, and Baan has a program for a smooth migration path for existing

ibaan  IBM The launch of iBaan for Electronics and iBaan for Automotive follows the October 5 announcement that Baan had extended its existing relationship with IBM into a global strategic alliance to deliver comprehensive e-business solutions focusing on the automotive and the electronics sectors. For the first time, IBM and Baan will integrate the entire iBaan suite of Internet-enabled solutions with IBM hardware platforms. This should enable global automotive and electronics organizations to extend their B2B Read More...
It Is Possible - SAP And Baan Strange Bedfellows
Baan keeps on showing us wonders are still possible. The OEM alliance with its nemesis SAP was all but inconceivable a year ago.

ibaan  software applications into the iBaan Portal . Under the terms of the alliance, technology from SAP Portals will be embedded within the iBaan Portal solution, and Baan will participate in the advisory board of SAP Portals. This development follows SAP Portals' recently announced strategy to develop an open partnership model that fosters a broad technology and content ecosystem. It also builds on Baan's recent launch of iBaan, which is a suite of Internet-enabled collaboration solutions that should address Read More...
Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 4: Challenges & User Recommendations
Baan's viability is no longer an issue. Baan's rejuvenated management team has done a praiseworthy job of bringing the company back to health while concurrently

ibaan  customers should benefit from iBaan through its inter-enterprise collaboration capabilities and the vertical focus, mid-sized manufacturing enterprises might not be impressed at this stage, as they may perceive implementation costs for a toolset as gratuitous compared to installing a truly packaged homogeneous solution. iBaan, therefore, may find that integration and TCO will be the dominant challenges in its target market. Also, there is the risk of underestimating how extensive the integration efforts Read More...
Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 5 - User Recommendations
This tutorial points out the significance of buyers researching PLM technology vendors before determining the short list and vendors researching the viability

ibaan  Coming soon Baan PLM iBaan for PLM Coming soon BetaSphere RevMax Suite Coming soon Eigner Solutions Eigner PLM Coming soon Oculus Technologies CO Coming soon Prodika Prodika NPD Suite Coming soon Proficiency, Inc Collaboration Gateway Coming soon This concludes the fifth and final part of a five-part tutorial on how to effectively streamline the PLM selection process. For more information on using the PLM Knowledge Base please visit the PLM Evaluation Center for a free trial. For questions on the PLM Read More...
SSA GT to EXE-cute (Yet) Another Acquisition Part Four: Challenges, and User Recommendations
SSA will have its platter full attempting to integrate EXE, as well as its other recent acquisitions while maintaining and improving customer support for EXE's

ibaan  non-viable vantage products (which iBaan, EXE, and Ironside certainly are not) and ailing vendors (which Baan and EXE have been). In any case, WMS installations are expensive investments that customers are loath to ditch, add, or switch particularly during a tight economy. The market is seemingly not yet ready to just abandon well-crafted SCE components for one-size-fits-all suites, for a number of reasons. One would be the mere complexity of warehousing operations, which has demanded serious Read More...
Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 2: A Timesaving Solution
Since a 'one-size-fits-all' product is still not quite a viable possibility, almost every product can win provided a certain set of requirements. The Catch 22

ibaan  Suite Adonix X3 Baan iBaan Epicor Vantage Frontstep SyteLine Glovia Glovia.com IFS IFS Applications InterBiz PRMS J.D. Edwards OneWorld Lilly Software Associates VISUAL Made2Manage M2M Enterprise Business System Microsoft Great Plains eEnterprise Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV Navision Attain Navision Axapta (Formerly Damgaard Axapta) Oracle Oracle Applications QAD MFG/PRO Ramco e.Applications Relevant Business Systems INFIMACS II ROI Systems MANAGE 2000 SAP mySAP.com Syspro IMPACT Encore To Read More...
Resurrection, Vitality And Perseverance Of Former ERP 'Goners' Part Four: Challenges
Where these vendors' challenges take more individual tracks would be the state of affairs of harmonizing their installed user base across a controllable number

ibaan  of Baan IV and iBaan ERP, given this is an issue which Baan is very aware of and is specifically addressing. Otherwise, valuable R&D and service & support resources will continue to be diluted indefinitely by the requirement to maintain multiple code bases. Moreover, while the Gemini product migration strategy has been put in place and conveyed to the market, it still reflects a year timeframe, during which time both releases will be enhanced and supported, and during which the customers activity may Read More...
Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems
This article, originally published in Engineering Times, on how companies are employing ERP is based on an interview with Ben Spencer, TEC’s Senior Director of

ibaan  White. His company offers iBaan ERP tools for construction project engineers. Also in response to market demands, the major ERP vendors have developed tailored solutions for particular industry segments, Spencer says. For example, Baan is introducing an ERP product this month in the electronics, logistics, and automotive areas. An example of an industry-specific solution within the mySAP.com e-business platform is mySAP Engineering & Construction, which integrates the full life cycle of products and Read More...

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