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Kentico EMS v7 Is TEC Certified for WCM
Kentico successfully completed the TEC Certification process for its Enterprise Marketing Solution (EMS) version 7. Evolving for nearly a decade now, Kentico’s

integration editorial  and a number of integration add-ons from the company’s market place. The following screenshot, based on TEC's model of research about WCM systems, shows how the quantity of Kentico product features (without underlying technical requirements such as server or database platforms) stack up compared with an overall benchmark of what you can typically find on average across the WCM market. Although Kentico competes favorably against what you’d find on average in the market, there are areas that lack some

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integration editorial  cheap and easy. However, integration with back-end financial systems will not be easy. There are standards being developed, mostly XML-based next-generations of EDI, which in theory will make it easy for any of the documents resulting from a purchase to be read by legacy or ERP systems. The success of that approach remains to be seen as the various proposed standards compete for acceptance. Some of the major vendors such as Ariba and Commerce One have their own standards, as does Microsoft. The Main Read More

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integration editorial  challenges of sprinkled data integration from multiple systems, physical locations, and diverse trading partners. Thus, PCM and PIM would be the core parts of MDM solutions that will manage any kind of master data and be seamlessly integrated into a customer's existing enterprise architecture, ideally eliminating all data duplication and making centralized customer, supplier, or product information available to other applications across the organization. SAP, IBM, and like mainstream enterprise vendors Read More

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Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite? Part Three: Market Impact and User Recommendations


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integration editorial  OpenWorldX enterprise management level integration framework, which, together with the ArhestrA framework at the plant automation level and Production Engine (PE) framework at the production management level, still represents a part-and-parcel of the Invensys Real Time Enterprise (RTE) framework (formerly referred to as the sensor to boardroom strategy). This is Part Three of a three-part note. Part One detailed the announcement. Part Two discussed the history of Baan and Invensys. Potential Buyers Now Read More

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NEON Systems Moves Further into Enterprise Application Integration


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integration editorial  Further into Enterprise Application Integration Event Summary SUGAR LAND, TX -- NEON Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: NESY), a leading provider of Enterprise Access and Integration software products, today announced it has signed an agreement for the development and worldwide distribution rights to Sterling Software, Inc.'s (NYSE: SSW) SOLVE:Diplomat product. Terms of the agreement included a $3.5 million payment by NEON Systems. NEON Systems has the option to acquire full ownership of the intellectual property Read More

The Keys to Successful Integration for Outsourced Service Providers


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Integration with Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud Service


This white paper explores the need for seamless integration when adopting a cloud strategy for financial management, and introduces an approach that can ease your integration woes.

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Jitterbit: Integration in Harmony


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