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ERP for the Utilities Industry
Utilities (gas, water, electricity, and energy) software is typically built off customer billing systems encompassing a suite of modules covering fleet management, maintenance management, GIS, AMR,...
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SAP AG - ERP Leader with a
Today, SAP is in the process of completing one of its most aggressive new product launches in its history by introducing its

ibm utilities mainframe  Founded by five former IBM employees in 1972 and based in Walldorf, Germany, SAP AG is the No. 1 vendor in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software arena, (19,000 employees, 31% of worldwide ERP market), and one of the largest independent software companies in the world, currently present in 107 countries. The Company''s revenues increased from DM2.6 billion in 1995 to DM8.4 (US$5.1) billion in 1998 (see SAP AG Annual Results Chart). The Company posted a $631 million net profit in 1998, while the Read More
Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the

ibm utilities mainframe  Borland AppServer , and IBM ''s WebSphere Application Server , while the largest ERP vendors like SAP and Oracle too have their own version of application servers (see SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure—The Next Frontier? ). The Microsoft .NET platform should be mentioned here as an alternative to the J2EE-based counterparts—see Understand J2EE and .NET Environments Before You Choose . In fact, many businesses embarked (likely not realizing it at the time) on the road to service-oriented Read More
Walker Propelled by Winds of Change
Walker Interactive is putting itself through a transformation. Its goal is to bring integrated eBusiness to its very demanding customers.

ibm utilities mainframe  Data Dimensions and by IBM Global Services. ANALYSIS Vendor Strengths Walker has carved out a tidy niche. Although it can certainly see competition from such giants like SAP, PeopleSoft, and Oracle and slightly smaller (although bigger than Walker) specialists as Comshare, QAD and System Software Associates, none of these pegs fits exactly into Walker''s peghole. The ability to serve businesses with many millions of transaction-generating clients is not one that can be easily replicated. (Which is not to Read More
HighJump Grows in a Period of Low Growth Through Adaptable, Broad Function Products
With approximately 180 employees, HighJump Software is in growth mode with total revenue up 40% in fiscal 2002 and with current year over year revenue growth of

ibm utilities mainframe  Partnerships include Tompkins Associates, IBM, WIPRO, Digiterra, KSA, KEOGH Consulting, ESYNC and SPS Commerce, all of which have reportedly led to mutually successful client engagements. Continued Growth in International Markets During fiscal 2002, HighJump expanded its international presence via several noteworthy partnerships with Associates in Mexico, Ireland, Italy, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates. Outside Funding Secured In February 2002, HighJump closed a $10 million equity Read More
The Future of SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure
The ultimate winner in the SOA market will have to provide industry-specific solutions solving essential problems that others cannot. Focus must move away from

ibm utilities mainframe  EDI services business from IBM, and announced a partnership with the EAI provider webMethods , Inovis has announced the acquisition of a former EDI competitor and PIM provider QRS (see Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS ), and Perfect Commerce has acquired the former Internet marketplace for utilities Pantellos . Along similar lines, SAP has quietly unveiled IndustrySpeak , a new effort to work with industry standards groups to enable collaborative business processes and scenarios. The emphasis will Read More
IBM Introduces Predictive Analytics Optimization to the Supply Chain
About the only thing that gets us more excited than analytics is predictive analytics, and so when we saw an IBM press release entitled

ibm utilities mainframe  an IBM press release entitled IBM Introduces Predictive Analytics Software and Services that Forecast Asset Failure , we knew we had to ask some questions about a new IBM offering called Predictive Analytics Optimization  (PAO). TEC went right to the source, and spoke with IBM’s director of business analytics strategy, Erick Brethenoux, to find out more. Predictive Analytics The need for predictive analytics has, of course, been around for some time, and there have been solutions to track Read More
IBM Predictive Customer Intelligence
The IBM Predictive Customer Intelligence solution is designed to help your company create personalized, relevant experiences with a focus on driving new revenue

ibm utilities mainframe  Predictive Customer Intelligence The IBM Predictive Customer Intelligence solution is designed to help your company create personalized, relevant experiences with a focus on driving new revenue. It enables you to deliver optimized and relevant actions at the point of impact to enhance customer experiences and grow revenue. Read More
IBM Unveils IBM Watson Engagement Advisor
IBM has announced that IBM Watson will be put to work towards improving customer satisfaction, as part of its Smarter Commerce initiative.The artificially

ibm utilities mainframe  Unveils IBM Watson Engagement Advisor IBM has announced that  IBM Watson will be put to work towards improving customer satisfaction , as part of its Smarter Commerce initiative. The artificially intelligent computer is well known for its ability to win Jeopardy and for its advances in assisting medical institutions. More recently, IBM has decided to exploit Watson for its capacity to learn, adapt, and understand a company''s data rapidly. Customer relationship management is a perfect scenario for Read More
TEC’s New Utilities ERP Evaluation Center: A Preview
The Utilities IndustryFrom TEC’s perspective and based on our understanding of the industry, the utilities industry consists primarily of the following

ibm utilities mainframe  New Utilities ERP Evaluation Center: A Preview The Utilities Industry From TEC’s perspective and based on our understanding of the industry, the utilities industry consists primarily of the following service providers: electric power generators, network operators, customer power retailers, natural gas, steam supply, water supply, and sewage removal. All of these business segments have common criteria such as a mass customer service department and billing process, remote service supply or power Read More
IBM Taking on Sun in Web Infrastructure?
IBM has decided to take on Sun in the Internet infrastructure arena. What do they bring to the table? And who will win the war of words?

ibm utilities mainframe  Sun in Web Infrastructure? IBM Taking on Sun in Web Infrastructure? R. Krause - May 19, 2000 Event Summary May 1, 2000 - IBM, after years of taking a back seat to Sun in the Web server and infrastructure market, has decided to try to make up for lost time. CEO Lou Gerstner has given his crew their marching orders: get out and be aggressive against Sun. A highly visible win for Big Blue has been Network Solutions Inc. (NSI), which recently decided to change its A.Root domain server from a Sun system to Read More
Logility, IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400
IBM and B2B collaborative supply chain planning vendor Logility, Inc. have partnered to offer a joint solution for the AS/400e server platform.

ibm utilities mainframe  IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400 Logility, IBM to Offer Mid Market Solutions on AS/400 S. McVey - April 14th, 2000 Event Summary Logility has announced a global relationship with IBM to deploy its supply chain management solutions on the AS/400e server platform. The two partners will jointly offer Logility Voyager Solutions for B2B collaborative commerce, business process consulting and implementation services for users who run their enterprises on AS/400e. Most of the development work Read More
IBM Express-es Its Candid Desire For SMEs
IBM has recently reenergized its incursion into the mid-market gold rush with a new program carrying the ''Express'' brand, which targets companies with less than

ibm utilities mainframe  enterprise applications market analysis, IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM), the largest IT company in the world, recently launched a portfolio of offerings and programs designed and priced specifically for medium-sized business customers. The portfolio will consist of new hardware, software, professional services, solutions and financing all designed to meet specific criteria for medium-sized businesses with respect to function, ease of use and management, and price -- a set of brand attributes delivered under Read More
Acumatica ERP is in IBM Cloud Too
Acumatica recently announced a partnership with IBM that brings Acumatica Cloud ERP to the IBM Cloud marketplace. With the Acumatica partnership, IBM clients

ibm utilities mainframe  ERP is in IBM Cloud Too Acumatica recently announced a partnership with IBM that brings Acumatica Cloud ERP to the IBM Cloud marketplace. The IBM Cloud marketplace offers clients access to more than 100 software as a service (SaaS) applications, IBM’s Bluemix platform-as-a-service (PaaS), the SoftLayer infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), and IBM''s intellectual capital and industry expertise. With the Acumatica partnership, IBM clients can utilize the Acumatica Cloud ERP solution for their Read More
IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops

ibm utilities mainframe  PC Line Redrawn IBM PC Line Redrawn R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Event Summary 9/14/2000 [Source: IBM] IBM has added new models to its NetVista PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM''s Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data recovery/data transfer software IBM Direct Build Read More

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