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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

j part 1  covers the alphabet from J to Q. For A to I, see Part One . J  J2ME - Java 2 Micro Edition . A highly optimized Java runtime environment targeting a wide range of consumer products, including pagers, cellular phones, digital set-top boxes, and car navigation systems. JDBC - Java Database Connectivity . JDBC technology is an API that lets you access virtually any tabular data source from the Java programming language. It provides cross-DBMS connectivity to a wide range of SQL databases. There is also a Read More...
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A multinational consulting company specializing in industrial automation turned to TEC for help selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to replace its legacy system—a patc...
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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

j part 1  Lexicon of CRM from J to Q. Part 3 covers the Lexicon of CRM from R to Z. Read More...
Audit Considerations for Enterprise Software Implementations Part 1: Project Planning and Management
Thanks, in part, to the fallout from the financial scandals of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco and others, the corporate spotlight is being refocused on the audit

j part 1  or languages. These practices just make good sense and do not need legislation or the attachment of criminal penalties to be implemented. Steal the concepts from the SOX and start your own program to improve internal control practices. As a project manager, you should encourage the involvement of the audit function from the outset. While specific and typical areas of involvement will be addressed in Part II of this article, as part of the planning and management process, coordination with the audit Read More...
J.D. Edwards' QUEST To End Its String Of Pyrrhic Victories Part 1: The News
J.D. Edwards has been trying hard to reverse a continuing decline of license revenue, which is in a sharp contrast to its direct competitors’ upbeat postures

j part 1  the news from the J.D. Edwards conference. Part two discusses the Market Impact of this news and how it affects Users. Conference Highlights  J. D. Edwards pledged to refocus significant energy and resources on its traditional mid-enterprise marketplace. During his keynote address at FOCUS, J.D. Edwards' Chairman, President and CEO Ed McVaney, referenced the need for an integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution as a part of the mid-enterprise strategy, which should reinforce the value Read More...
Intentia's Movex for Food and Beverage: Gaining a Foothold in North America Part 1: Functions and Features of Movex
Intentia's Movex solution for the food and beverage industries has been highly regarded in Europe and the Pacific Rim. Now, Intentia is ready to gain foothold

j part 1  to Intentia, SAP and J.D. Edwards have been the competitors it has faced most frequently on a global scale, even for the food and beverage prospects. Specifically, this three-part article provides a glimpse of Intentia's Movex software offering by discussing the following aspects: Overview of Intentia (Part One) ERP functions and features (Part One) SCM functions and features (Part Two) Additional functions and features (Part Two) Observations and user recommendations (Part Three) This is Part One of a Read More...
Social ERP Emerges, Transforms the Way People Work (Part 2)
In part one of this series, we looked at how and why social media capabilities are impacting enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. We looked at the

j part 1  social collaboration solution, SAP Jam, over the past year. SAP’s social strategy is built on three tenants:  It needs to be where you do your work, it needs to be part of your business processes to drive business results, and it needs to be one foundation for all social collaboration across your business and processes.   That one foundation for social at SAP is Jam. In the past year alone, there have been four major releases of the SAP Jam product. SAP is definitely putting the pedal to the metal whe Read More...
Agilisys Continues Agilely Post-SCT Part 2: Market Impact
Agilisys is also leveraging its former parent's pedigree on professional services and outsourcing, the 'Concept to Customer' and 'Early Upgrade Program' being

j part 1  its own needs and objectives rather than being a small part of the much larger and consequently more rigid entity's needs and objectives. With the above positive signs of acquiring a number of customers even during a transient re-branding phase amid difficult trading times for everybody, and of retaining a vast majority of critical employees, Agilisys might now even gain eligibility for the general capital market beyond the pockets of the existing investors, as to possibly even better execute its Read More...
Curbing MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part II
Part I of this blog series expanded on some of TEC's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant (

j part 1  MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part II Part I of this blog series expanded on some of TEC 's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant ( blue collar trenches ) and the enterprise ( white collar ivory tower ). It also pointed out the difficulties in achieving this idea. An obvious solution would be a tightly integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) and manufacturing execution system (MES) package that would help manufacturers close the gap between the shop Read More...
It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part III
Part II of this blog series continued the introduction of the concepts of workflow automation and business process management (BPM). It also zoomed in on

j part 1  Webcom had used the JIRA issue tracking system , which at the time allowed users to create a workflow based on a set of offered statuses. However, at the time (the things might have meanwhile changed though) there was not the user’s ability to create statuses and workflows at will. For instance, the offered statuses were “open,” “in progress,” “closed,” etc., but the user could not create a custom status like “material returned”, “in engineering”, “being analyzed” or so. Read More...
Compiere ERP Becomes Part of Consona
In the enterprise open source space, a notable change came to light today affecting Compiere users and partners. Consona announced its acquisition of Compiere.

j part 1  not change with Compiere joining Consona. Consona operates under the more traditional proprietary software model. Will it rise to the occasion of managing the community it's stepping into? Consona barely mentioned the open source aspects of Compiere in its press release. The PR really spends more time caring about the SaaS side of things. In other words, I'm musing on the direction Consona will take here. As mentioned, open source is a fact of Compiere, and for all of the promise that might rest in the Sa Read More...
LOGO j-guar
j-guar is a comprehensible new era business solution corresponding to all requirements of corporations looking for scalable and open solutions. It will help

j part 1  j-guar j-guar is a comprehensible new era business solution corresponding to all requirements of corporations looking for scalable and open solutions. It will help you improve effective and efficient business processes in each step of value chain. j-guar has multiple currency and language types and is fully compatible with legislation of all countries thanks to the legislative harmonization, and thereby it supports international operations. Corporations having branches in different locations can share Read More...
What Makes a Good White Paper Good… (part two)
And here's the second point that all writers of IT white papers should keep in mind when writing (special notice of this point should be taken by those writers

j part 1  the names of any jobs or fields...). 2. Audience, Audience (Stake a claim with your first paragraph). After the compelling title, the first paragraph makes or breaks audience “ affinity, ” which is Stelzner’s term for the white paper’s ability to identify a problem or a situation with which the reader can identify. Focusing on the reader’s needs, and highlighting the “ pain points ”—the bugbears the reader hasn’t yet had any luck dealing with— makes a white paper more credible than one Read More...
A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part III
Part II of this blog series explained ToolsGroup’s value proposition for achieving service level excellence in distribution environments. The point of the

j part 1  in Part I , Joseph Shamir, ToolsGroup’s chief executive officer (CEO), ascertained that when the long tail is viewed from a supply chain perspective, the tail starts where demand becomes “intermittent.” Using this definition, ToolsGroup’s research shows that most brick-and-mortar companies (and not only e-tailers, as one might think) are also facing an increasingly long tail environment. This is because they are dealing with far more SKUs and slow-moving items with lumpy, unpredictable demand patt Read More...
Outsourcing 101 - A Primer Part Three: Approaches and Recommendations
Outsourcing is a very diverse market, and there are many different outsourcing options and outsourcing service providers to choose from. This part discusses

j part 1  per unit, cost per project, or annual cost. Companies choose to outsource for many reasons. It is common for companies to embark on an outsourcing effort in order to lower costs, improve service, obtain expert skills, improve processes, or improve focus on core activities. Nevertheless, outsourcing is not right for every company. A company may be too small to effectively outsource. The company's culture may not appropriate for outsourcing or there may be customer reasons that limit or prevent the company' Read More...
SOA From a Management Perspective: Part Two
Despite the numerous benefits companies can expect from service-oriented architecture, the technology is still relatively new and implementation costs are steep

j part 1  the rollout plans for major software vendors, and the benefits of SOA. Concerns About SOA Back in the day when procedures and subroutines were all the rage, there was a performance concern: Did the use of subroutines, with all of its branching back and forth and passing of data, degrade performance as opposed to duplicating the code in stream? The same concern with message traffic in service-oriented architecture (SOA) is being voiced by some information technology (IT) shops. Vendors downplay this Read More...

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