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Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

intersect commerce  however, the two must intersect. Performance tools were tools for planning, now they are tools for keeping things humming in real time. This is Part 1 of a two-part note.   Part 2 will discuss a solution. Fault and Performance Management Emerge in the 90s Combining the two technologies into one platform provides the best way to continuously run IT at peak performance. It lets IT managers view their infrastructures as a set of business operations, such as call centers or e-commerce, rather than a set of Read More...
ERP for Distribution Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods t...
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Linking S&OP and CPFR (For Retailers' and Manufacturers' Sakes): An Executive Panel Discussion
My recent blog series on the JDA FOCUS 2010 user conference focused primarily on JDA Software’s strategy and product roadmap on the heels of its recent

intersect commerce  where the two camps intersect so that proper collaboration can take place, and so both camps can maximize each other’s info – CPG gets repeated store consumption data, the retailer gets real-time supply info. Dear readers, what are your views, comments, opinions, etc. about the S&OP and CPFR software and services market in general? We would also be interested in your experiences with this software category (if you are an existing user) or with your current (possibly ineffective) practices, and your Read More...
ERP Demand Being Re-heated
As reported on March 5 in The Dallas Morning News/KRTBN -- E-commerce may get all the attention, but information technology experts say the demand for

intersect commerce  e-business. The two areas intersect when data from the front office (Internet sales and transactions) is piped into the back office (internal departments such as finance and procurement). It comes naturally for most people, he said. ERP professionals are easily transformed into strong e-business consultants. Market Impact ERP is perking up - a sigh of relief for vendors, customers, and consultants. The fact remains that the majority of ERP vendors have been taken aback during the last 18 months Read More...
Bank is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce
TD Bank of Canada has entered into a partnership with Commerce One to create an E-purchasing marketplace in Canada. As the first such endeavor, the bank hopes

intersect commerce  is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce Event Summary TD Bank (Toronto-Dominion Bank) of Canada (NYSE: TD) is creating a Canadian marketplace to bring E-purchasing and other services to Canadian companies. The bank is partnering with Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) to create the marketplace and will make Commerce One's other networks available to its customers. (See TEC News Analysis articles: Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes...and Elsewhere and Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft ). Read More...
Logistics.com Becomes Transportation Service Provider For Commerce One
Logistics.com’s transportation capabilities give Commerce One ammunition against i2 Technologies.

intersect commerce  com Becomes Transportation Service Provider For Commerce One Logistics.com Becomes Transportation Service Provider For Commerce One S. McVey - October 27, 2000 Event Summary At Commerce One's eLink user conference, Logistics.com announced an alliance that will put its Digital Transportation Marketplace (DTM) in front of Commerce One.net users. The move will make DTM available directly to buyers and suppliers of transportation services through Commerce One.net, the syndicated suite of business Read More...
Commerce One Selects Entrada Software For Affiliate Program
The product-centric paradigm upon which its latest incarnation is founded gives Entrada an edge over the usual names in enterprise manufacturing software.

intersect commerce  One Selects Entrada Software For Affiliate Program Commerce One Selects Entrada Software For Affiliate Program S. McVey - October 12, 2000 Event Summary At eLink 2000, Commerce One announced the launch of the Commerce One Affiliate Program to syndicate business services for e-marketplaces. More than 40 business services providers have signed on to participate in the program and offer their services directly to buyers and suppliers on the next generation of Commerce One.net (formerly named Read More...
Does Someone You Never Ever Heard Of Hold The Keys To The E-Commerce Kingdom?
A company virtually unknown outside of the hospitality sector hits the ground running with a product, a marketplace, and a business model that might make some

intersect commerce  goco op,marketplace marriott,E-Commerce Kingdom,GoCo-op,purchasing services provider,purchasing services for hotel,vertical marketplace,GoCo-op's technology,GoCo-op's strategy,GoCo-op's solution,pure-play procurement vendors,procurement companies,e-procurement operations Read More...
SAP's New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com
SAP adds functionality to its role-based workplace portals.

intersect commerce  s New Level of e-Commerce: mySAP.com Event Summary On December 14, 1999 during the New York E-Business Conference and Expo, SAP AG (NYSE ADR: SAP), announced the availability of new functionality for its mySAP.com e-commerce solutions. The announcement covers both buy side and sell side solutions. On the buy side: The mySAP.com buying solution, using SAP's Business-to-Business Procurement component, supports multiparty transactions directly or via the mySAP.com Marketplace. SAP Business-to-Business Read More...
E-commerce Platforms: A B2C Vendor Landscape
E-commerce technology continues to evolve rapidly. Research conducted in 2008 indicated that 46 percent of retailers interviewed expected to upgrade their

intersect commerce  business to business ecommerce,ecommerce companies,ecommerce technology,india retail industry,retail ecommerce,retail industry analysis,ecommerce ebusiness,ecommerce search,ecommerce statistics,ecommerce storefront,hosted ecommerce,b2c ecommerce,ecommerce market,global ecommerce,retail industry trends Read More...
EAI Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems
Enterprise Application Integration vendor Extricity announced a business-to-business alliance with Moai Technologies, Inc., to provide a full-range of automated

intersect commerce  Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems EAI Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems M. Reed - May 11, 2000 Event Summary In April Moai Technologies, Inc., a provider of negotiated e-commerce solutions, announced it has entered into a partnership with Extricity, Inc. to provide a single, complete interface, automating a full range of e-commerce systems. Extricity provides a family of business-to-business (B2B) software solutions, which are designed to Read More...
ROI Systems Catching Up With e-Commerce
ROI Systems continues with its practice of cautious new technology adoption. On October 10, it announced the offering of XML-based EDI for its customers.

intersect commerce  Systems Catching Up With e-Commerce ROI Systems Catching Up With e-Commerce P.J. Jakovljevic - November 3, 2000 Event Summary On November 10, ROI Systems, Inc., a privately held provider of extended Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for mid-market manufacturing enterprises, announced the offering of XML-based EDI for its clients. ROI's EDI solution will enable users of its flagship MANAGE 2000 software suite to conduct e-commerce over the Web with trading partners across the supply chain. Read More...
U.S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce
The revisions the Department of Commerce has announced for U.S. export controls on encryption products will not be enough for U.S. crypto products to gain

intersect commerce  S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce Event Summary On January 12th, the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Export Administration announced revisions to its encryption export control policy. The revisions allow U.S. companies to increase the key length in exported enterprise encryption products from 40 bits to 56 and 64 bits. The new regulations allow for retail encryption products up to any key length to be exportable, except to the designated terrorist nations: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Read More...
Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes and Elsewhere
Procurement vendor Commerce One and Cable &Wireless Optus sign a deal to establish an electronic marketplace in Australia and New Zealand. Commerce One is

intersect commerce  One to Procure for the Antipodes and Elsewhere Event Summary Commerce One (Nasdaq: CMRC), the number two vendor of electronic procurement solutions with 6.5 percent of the market according to Dataquest (See TEC's News Analysis article: Ariba Reaches Out To The Little Guy September 28th, 1999 ) has entered into a partnership with Cable & Wireless Optus (formerly Optus Communications) to establish a trading portal in the Australian region for business to business commerce. Cable & Wireless Optus has Read More...

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