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Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part One: User Interface and Customization
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

interface designer  User Interface Axapta's user interface reflects a certified Windows application. It provides consistency across all screens that assist ease-of-learning and ease-of-use. A few illustrations are provided below. Navigation . Menus provide one means to navigate through Axapta, and menus can be tailored. The system supports navigation via the mouse and short-cut keys. The user can also directly access information in other parts of the system (without using the menus) via the go to main table functionality. Read More

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Here Comes IFS Metrix Service Management 5.6
Ahead of the annual IFS World Conference 2013 in Barcelona at the end of this month, the global enterprise applications company IFS announced the general

interface designer  dispatches. An improved mobile interface with enhanced work orders, credit card authorizations, and structured questionnaires, which includes customer surveys. Read More
Information Architecture in Office SharePoint Server
Before any medium-to-large company implements Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007, it’s important to become familiar with the process that may occur

interface designer  properly in the editor interface of Office SharePoint Designer 2007 in a manner that is consistent with the Visual Studio 2007 designer, even though there are no add in assemblies installed on the Web designer's desktop machine. This functionality extends deeper by providing page and content fields derived from the content type assigned to the current page layout. This enables an author, through a simple drag and drop action with these field controls from the Toolbox onto the page layout, to access contex Read More
Kentico EMS
Kentico EMS is a Web content management system and Web marketing platform based on ASP.NET and Microsoft SQL Server. The product supports automating Web

interface designer  Desk, a flexible user interface for content management; Kentico CMS Controls, controls that display content on the web site; KentiForm Engine, that allows users to create flexible editing forms for custom document templates without programming; and Page Templates, that allow users to reuse page layout and create new pages based on the template. Read More
How Is Business Process Management Applicable to Financial Services?
Business process management (BPM) allows financial services companies to manage internal processes and to increase efficiency and accuracy. Organizations

interface designer  process engine, and the interface component. The process designer component is where the process developers or business analysts design business processes. Every process for which the BPM solution is used, and every form within these processes, will be designed using this component. In addition, the process designer can often facilitate integration with other components and systems that integrate within the scope of the process and workflow, as well as towards any business rules associated with the proces Read More
Harbor Industries Selects abas-ERP
Harbor Industries, a designer and producer of retail displays, fixtures, and digital media solutions, selects abas-ERP. Find out why in P.J.'s post.

interface designer  Industries Selects abas-ERP abas-USA is on a tear in early 2014 based on its several recent enterprise resource planning (ERP) wins. Most recently, Harbor Industries , a designer and producer of retail displays, fixtures, and digital media solutions, selected to deploy abas-ERP . The executive team at Harbor chose to select abas-USA as its ERP partner because of the implementation and growth support afforded by the experienced team at the vendor.   Harbor's job shop environment requires an ERP Read More
Ask the Experts: So, This ERP Thing… How Does It Work?
TEC reader Martin K. recently wrote in with these questions:What kind of data is handled by ERP systems and how it is done? How does the interface work? Which

interface designer  done? How does the interface work? Which departments normally use it? And who is the recommended team that should choose the ERP system? TEC analyst Alex Hankewicz says : To answer these questions, we need to take a step back and examine the evolution of ERP. ERP systems were developed as an extension of materials requirements planning (MRP) systems. MRP, in turn, was originally developed (late 70s and early 80s) to integrate planning and scheduling elements to the manufacturing process. Subsequently Read More
INTERAL Maintenance
INTERAL Maintenance is a client/server-based computerized maintenance management system with a 32-bit interface. Developed to fulfill the needs of today's

interface designer  system with a 32-bit interface. Developed to fulfill the needs of today's managers, INTERAL Maintenance can help users manage a variety of maintenance information for equipment, buildings, control instruments, and vehicles. It can also help manage financial information related to repairs. Read More
Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
Having to deliver a number of functionalities through third-party solutions, which are natively offered by many larger competitors, may deter some interface

interface designer  competitors, may deter some interface-wary customers. Thus, Relevant should try to provide as many third-party solutions as possible as a standard configuration, which should make customers oblivious to the origin of the module. The vendor also has to beef up or better advertise its product's interconnectivity and e-collaboration or product lifecycle management (PLM) offering given the pressure on A&D companies to eliminate traditional silos and enable information sharing between their design, Read More
User-Focused Design Principles Shape the Customer Experience
Welcome to the customer experience. We all have them. Some are good, others bad. A variety of factors - the user interface (UI), customer support, marketing

interface designer  of factors the user interface (UI), customer support, marketing messages, etc. shape these experiences. All of these things collectively create our view of a product, service or provider. In the e-business world, a growing number of companies are implementing user-focused design principles to create a positive customer experience and gain a competitive advantage. Usability is becoming a necessity, as the barriers separating businesses and customers are shattered. As business managers become more savvy, th Read More
Aras Innovator 10 PLM Platform Is Out
Aras, an established product lifecycle management (PLM) software provider, recently announced the general availability of Aras Innovator 10. The latest release

interface designer  an HTML5 browser-based user interface (UI), which makes PLM more accessible for business users.   The vendor is touting Aras Innovator 10 as lean, scalable, and modern. For example, the new roles-based HTML5 Web browser interface promotes a more consumer-like user experience, which is becoming a must for PLM users (not yet for graphics-rich CAD users).   Other technology enhancements enable mobile application development and simplify cloud deployment. You can see a demo of Aras Innovator 10 here ; Read More
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 2
Part 1 of this blog topic analyzed IBM’s rationale to acquire ILOG to bolster its service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM

interface designer  a business process portal interface for users to visualize composite processes. When one adds  Oracle CEP to the above portfolio, which is an in-memory event computation engine that is being integrated with BEA WebLogic Event Server , as part of the Oracle SOA Suite , it is small wonder that IBM had to do something to counter Oracle’s BPM assortment. Hence, the ILOG acquisition. Part 3 of this blog series will analyze the fate of ILOG’s non-BRMS product lines, particularly supply chain management Read More
Case Study: BEGA-US
BEGA-US, designer and manufacturer of a broad range of lighting products, was looking to replace its disparate accounting systems with a modern enterprise

interface designer  more modern graphical user interface (GUI) . GUI provides a friendly, windows-like environment, which users prefer and BEGA desired. Objectives BEGA looked to resolve issues throughout the enterprise including the accounting, manufacturing, engineering, warehousing, purchasing and sales departments. The company's primary goal was to replace the outdated accounting system with comprehensive ERP software that could seamlessly integrate all of these functional areas with the ability to retrieve relevant Read More
2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications
As a set of products that provides a consistent, unified user interface and experience across multiple devices, unified communications (UC) is poised to become

interface designer  a consistent, unified user interface and experience across multiple devices, unified communications (UC) is poised to become more widespread in the enterprise. How will IM, video, telephony, and other elements of UC change in the coming year? In this guide, experts Jon Arnold, Mike Barnes, Nicole Hayward, Dave Michels, and Blair Pleasant share their predictions for unified communications. Read More
Show Me, Don't Sell Me
Are you having trouble finding concrete information about how enterprise software actually works? I know I am.I’m not talking about feature lists—you can

interface designer  hundred? Does the web interface look anything like the regular interface? Does the regular interface look anything like other software that I use? Just how steep a learning curve am I looking at? Show me, don’t sell me Clearly, the easiest way for a vendor to allay my fears is to marry their feature list to my to-do list, and show me how to use their software for some of the things that I do every day. And because I’m an inveterate YouTube addict (as are many of us office folk, I think) the best way t Read More
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