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The Impact of Demand-Driven Technology in the SCM Market: IBS
The integration solutions market will be an interesting area of growth. IBS has an attractive offer for companies with complex and expensive business software

interesting words  likely to be an interesting growth area over the next few years, and IBS has an attractive offer for those companies with a complex and expensive business software at the group and headquarters level, wanting to lower their costs and speed up implementation in their operative subsidiaries by using IBS' business software for these companies. Despite its resemblance in size, geographic coverage, and modesty, when compared to the flamboyancy of its North American peers to its Swedish peers IFS and Intentia Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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BI Showdown Becomes a Firing Squad
Sometimes you don’t want to read the glowing pros or vicious cons about how vendors address 1433 separate business intelligence software criteria. I think it

interesting words  did. She brought up interesting points that you wouldn’t know just from looking at rating scores (or say, a Magic Quadrant). The showdown offers an overview type of analysis, which is based on 1433 criteria without asking you to consider each one. While it is useful for an idea of the functional areas on which the products tend to focus, its graphs are a product of our evaluation tools, not the tools themselves. Read More...
APICS 2009 Convention: Day 3
Today’s general session showcased people from around the world (Mexico, China, Italy, South Africa, Poland, India, Egypt, US, etc.) and their stories about what

interesting words  to have the most interesting booth here, where they show several different software solutions (most of them open-source) for the supply chain and distribution industries. Some other vendors we saw are offering solutions for inventory management, forecasting, demand management, sales and operations planning, etc. Follow our blog post series to find out specific details on particular vendors and solutions we’re meeting at the APICS Expo. Read More...
How to Alienate Your Reader: Jargon, Buzzwords, Lingo, and Gobbledygook
This Is For All Us Writers Out There: Oh, and All Us Readers Too!Do you ever feel like you need a jargon buster just to understand what some companies are

interesting words  find the above paragraph interesting? Not likely. Read More...
Kronos to Introduce Enterprise Social Networking in Its Workforce Management Solution
Kronos was not in a rush to jump onto the social/collaboration wagon when a lot of other big players in the enterprise software market were doing it. In other

interesting words  technology. It will be interesting to see what approach Kronos will take to promote and sell this optional module. Kronos may run into other social platforms—for example, Jive—that may have already been adopted by some of its customers. Whether Kronos will recommend change or adapt to what its customers already have remains to be seen. Another interesting aspect to follow in the future is the manner in which organizations using Kronos will be transitioning from time tracking to social enterprise, Read More...
Infor ION-izes its Open SOA Strategy - Part 1
2010 has certainly been an interesting (if not a crossroads) year for Infor. Namely, after a number of new high-profile hires at the beginning of the year

interesting words  has certainly been an interesting (if not a crossroads) year for Infor . Namely, after a number of  new high-profile hires at the beginning of the year, which signalled Infor’s intention to be taken seriously , the vendor then entered an eerily quieter period of several months. Except for the ongoing  vocal marketing campaign entitled “Down with Big ERP” with witty cartoonish billboards and banners adorning major airports, magazines, web sites, and so on  (and which has been acknowledged as Read More...
Actian and Pervasive Software: Big Merge for Big Data?
Actian Corporation, creator of the analytic database Vectorwise, and Pervasive Software, a provider of data management, integration, and analysis software, have

interesting words  every organization. It's an interesting merger for Actian, in which it will gain not only access to and integration with an interesting set of data management solutions and the possibility of expand its offering into a full fledge data management platform, but also an interesting market provided by Pervasive, which could reinforce and accelerate the introduction of VectorWise into the market. Have a comment? Let me know in the space below and I’ll respond as soon I can. Read More...
UNIT4, SYSPRO, and Software Consumerization
With UNIT4's announcement that it will launch 35 role-based and fast-deployment BI apps via a pay-for-use subscription model, as well as SYSPRO’s announcement

interesting words  Analytic Apps In an interesting maneuver, after buying Exie AS (an interesting provider of business performance management solutions), UNIT4 incorporated much of Exie's expertise and technology into UNIT4 Agresso and Coda Financials ERP and financial offerings, creating a first set of 35 small business applications (available via online purchase) to provide analytics services to its customers. Intended to have small deployment cycles, and focused and identifiable functionality for users, as well as Read More...
SAP PLM: Outlook and Predictions
This year, product lifecycle management (PLM) vendors have put many interesting initiatives on display to PLM buyers. These initiatives include the possibility

interesting words  vendors have put many interesting initiatives on display to PLM buyers. These initiatives include the possibility of generating more synergies between enterprise search and PLM, more intuitive decision support in design and engineering, connectivity between direct modeling and history-based modeling in computer-aided design (CAD), social product development in the cloud, etc. Although most of these initiatives need more time before we can really testify to their value—i.e., the execution of these Read More...
SYSPRO ERP Version 6.1: A New Release for People Being Visionary and Pragmatic-At the Same Time
About two years ago, my colleague P.J. Jakovljevic wrote a blog post about SYSPRO, which started with the description of a very interesting strategy that the

interesting words  description of a very interesting strategy that the enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor used to target its customers: PragmaVision. By introducing this concept, SYSPRO was showing that their product addresses the needs of decision makers that are both visionary (ready to embrace new technology) and pragmatic (not willing to test new products and waiting for them to prove their strengths). A couple of days ago, Brian Stein, chief executive officer (CEO) at SYSPRO USA, did an online briefing on Read More...
Maximizing Performance of ATCA in Application-ready Platforms
Thanks to pressures in the telecom equipment manufacturing industry, application-ready platforms (ARPs) in Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture

interesting words  implementations still present some interesting challenges. Read More...
Customer Feedback Management
Years ago, I took a job as an interviewer because I thought it would be interesting to talk to different people to find out what they thought on a variety of

interesting words  thought it would be interesting to talk to different people to find out what they thought on a variety of topics. I soon realized that people were not so eager to share impressions and give us their thoughts on products, events, etc. Some of the survey’s topics were not very pleasant, (e.g., writing a will and testament and preparing for unpleasant events like disability and death) and I understood quickly why people would get angry if we called while they were eating or sleeping. Still, most people Read More...
BI Analysis in a Nutshell: Lyzasoft
In my previous post, Give BI to the Masses, I wrote about the strategies that have been implemented in some companies to empower more and more users to use

interesting words  things that makes Lyza interesting is that all extract, transform, and load (ETL) routines and report tools are incorporated under the same interface and smoothly integrated. Secondly, Lyza makes it very simple to connect to multiple sources, and creates transformation workflows in a very short period of time. It can then access the source directly and simply grab the table or file to be included. Data will be imported into the application, and incorporated from database tables and other sources with a Read More...
Need for Content Security
The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best

interesting words  for Content Security Need for Content Security If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. eScan is a complete AntiVirus, AntiSpam and Content Security solution that provides proactive protection against Trojan, Worm, Rootkits, Keyloggers, Malware, Spam and Offensive Content. Source : MicroWorld Technologies, Inc. Resources Related to Need for Content Security : Security (Wikipedia) Need for Content Security Content Security is Read More...
Red Hat Heads for the Cloud with OpenShift
It would be an understatement to say that Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in

interesting words  Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in 1999, the vendor has focused on businesses and divisions thereof that embrace open-source computing tools. In 2001, Red Hat introduced Enterprise Linux, a “frozen” mature version of Linux whose support and maintenance the vendor could guarantee (for a fee) until the next mature version would be officially released (say, a few years later). This approach shields users from the Read More...

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