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E-Procurement Is Not Electronic Purchasing - Part II
Three minutes of labor from purchase requisition to invoice payment; fully executed due diligence; commitment authorization and no delays. That is the promise

j part 6  - Part I I J. Dowling, C. Sabean, and D. Geller - November 14, 2000 Introduction This second part of an extended note on e-procurement examines the necessary steps after a business decision to go with e-procurement has been made based on the information and criteria covered in Part I. E-procurement is an integrated system of services and technologies that provides a seamless bridge between buying and selling businesses. The e-procurement process begins at the planning stages within the buying company and Read More...
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Jack Link's Beef Jerky Case Study:
Some companies want the benefits of new technology, such as RFID, on their timetable without a gun loaded with threats of lost customer sales, pointed at their

j part 6  Link's Beef Jerky Case Study: Wal-Mart Didn't Make Me Do It Part One: RFID Philosophy for SMEs and Company Background Introduction Companies have been implementing radio frequency identification (RFID) technology at the not-too-subtle but benign pressures being applied by their largest customers—customers like Wal-Mart , Department of Defense , and Target , just to name a few. This case study looks at one company who did not wait to be dragged into an RFID environment. Its approach and rationale 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 6  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...
Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II
You are about to embark on an important project. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don’t

j part 6  Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - January 1, 2004 Introduction You are about to embark on an important project. Perhaps the project is implementing an ERP package, getting critical applications ready for the busy season, or setting up a warehouse and inventory for radio frequency operations. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don't Read More...
JDA Portfolio: For the Retail Industry Part Three: JDA Portfolio 2004.1 Continued
With its new business model, JDA plans to build upon the broadening collective JDA Portfolio product lines to enable its customers to achieve a new level of

j part 6  property JDA acquired from J Commerce in 2002, was commercially released in 2003. It features a modular architecture that provides advanced POS and cash register management which, when combined with the Portfolio Store Portal product (explained shortly), offers a complementary product strategy with the WIN/DSS product (also explained shortly) for larger customers with annual sales of $5 billion (USD) and a large number of stores, or registers per store. Portfolio Store Portal is a web-based interface Read More...
PLM (Vendors) and Lean Product Development-Part 3: Siemens PLM Software
After talking about Dassault Systèmes in Part 2 of this blog series, I’d like to move to another prominent player in the product lifecycle management (PLM

j part 6  personal interpretations about the major relevancies between Siemens PLM’s offerings and lean product development (LPD). My first impression of Siemens PLM is the comprehensiveness of its product offerings. The company provides both PLM tools (e.g., computer-aided design [CAD], digital manufacturing, and simulation) and PLM (i.e., collaborative Product Definition management [cPDm]). Also, Teamcenter is one of the few PLM solutions that provide the broadest functionality coverage I have seen. In Read More...
LeveragePoint Adds Value to B2B Pricing - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced LeveragePoint as a cloud-based newcomer to the business-to-business (B2B) pricing market with a novel pricing approach

j part 6  to pay and not just that they have them. Part of the sales process should be to uncover the next best competitive alternative, and most prospects will share this with you or it can be inferred from an request for proposal (RFP)/request for quotation (RFQ). The customer is often coy (or misleading) on cost, but a good pricing team invests time in understanding the competitive alternatives and how they are priced. Pricing cannot be purely inward focused on legacy transactional data. It must look out to 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 6  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 Read More...
Are PLM and Global Sourcing Related? Duh, And How! (Part II)
Part I of this blog post analyzed the white paper entitled

j part 6  issues of poor NPI project management, inadequate ECO processes and infrastructure and broken environmental compliance management. The research showed even greater advantages came from using on-demand PLM software (also known as software as a service or SaaS ) versus traditional client/server on-premise systems. Namely, on-demand software requires no special hardware or information technology (IT) staff, is easier to deploy than traditional on-premise client/server software and is accessible from Read More...
The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 3
Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series went through the five previous generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) product. In late 2008, at the

j part 6  attendees saw the sixth major release of the product, dubbed Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 . The product’s subsequent launch in the US was in February 2009 (the replay can be seen here ). But rather than merely reciting the enhancements from the official PR and sounding like other media and analyst reposts, this final part will try to focus more on the nitty-gritty. Namely, it will analyze how this particular product release might have mitigated many of the traditional flaws of Dynamics NAV (and former Read More...
JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference on the heels of the recent merger between JDA Software (NASDAQ: JDAS) and

j part 6  FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  talked about my attendance of  the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference  on the  heels of the recent merger between JDA Software  (NASDAQ: JDAS) and i2 Technologies . The article first discussed the different geneses and cultures of the two merging parties. One major outcome of the conference was JDA’s unveiled plan to converge most of its existing and acquired product sets. To that end, JDA pledged several key commitments to its customers, startin Read More...
6 Best Practices for Selecting ERP Software
In 6 Best Practices for Selecting ERP Software , a group of ERP experts gives you a checklist of the most important steps to take and questions to ...

j part 6  best practices selecting erp software,best,practices,selecting,erp,software,practices selecting erp software,best selecting erp software,best practices erp software,best practices selecting software,best practices selecting erp. Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 1
[Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request

j part 6  whom want my boss’s job after they’ve digested and shat mine out. Thanks to the latest round of layoffs, there are only 300 of us left at Scrotchets, Inc., so upward mobility is at a premium. I’m a little older than I thought I’d be at this stage of my career. My boss is an asshole. He likes to call me Frankie when I screw up. My home life is, well, frayed is the word. Financial pressures will do that to a family. My boss, on the other hand, comes from a family of means. His name is Theodore. Read More...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series provided a lengthy discussion about business process management’s (BPM's) necessary parts and parcels, and the software category’s

j part 6  Kansas anymore” and may just need some ruby slippers to find our way back home to profitability. If you have 14 minutes to spare, you can re-capture the spirit of the event here . In the main part of his presentation in Part 2 , Trefler maintained that to follow the Yellow Brick Road, which will lead any business to Oz (and back to profitability ), requires three capabilities in particular, starting with the ability to directly capture business objectives into the BPM system by the business users Read More...
PLM (Vendors) and Lean Product Development-Part 4: PTC
If you have followed my previous posts of this blog series (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3), I guess you may have an idea about who will be the third vendor I’m

j part 6  about how I categorized major PLM vendors into two categories) that provides both PLM tools and PLM as the management platform. Recently, I had a close look at PTC’s PLM solutions during the certification process for PTC Windchill . My overall impression is that Windchill is a well-built PLM solution for discrete manufacturing industries. It is one of the most comprehensive PLM solutions that I have ever seen. Besides its longevity within the core PLM area (i.e., the base foundation of PLM covering Read More...

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