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On October 4, Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA), Baan Japan, and EXE Inc. announced a strategic alliance designed to enable Japanese companies to create total solutions for the rapidly growing supply chain management (SCM) field. The companies will jointly market the new solutions, which will be built on Unicenter TNG, CA's industry-leading enterprise management software.
Computer Associates, Baan Japan and EXE Announce Strategic Alliance to Provide Total Supply Chain Management Solutions Computer Associates, Baan Japan and EXE Announce Strategic Alliance to Provide Total Supply Chain Management Solutions P.J. Jakovljevic - October 13, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On October 4, Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA), Baan Japan, and EXE Inc. announced a strategic alliance designed to enable Japanese companies to create total solutions for the rapidly growing
Case Study: Retail Industry BI Deployment
A Japan-based department store chain was experiencing fast growth, opening new stores in commercial complexes at prime locations. The company’s existing business intelligence (BI) tool took up to 12 hours to update sales data from the point of sale (POS) systems. Discover how the company reduced this time, while providing managers the reporting abilities they needed to control sales and improve customer satisfaction.
Case Study Description: A Japan-based department store chain was experiencing fast growth, opening new stores in commercial complexes at prime locations. The company’s existing business intelligence (BI) tool took up to 12 hours to update sales data from the point of sale (POS) systems. Discover how the company reduced this time, while providing managers the reporting abilities they needed to control sales and improve customer satisfaction. Case Study: Retail Industry BI Deployment
NCR To Present Retailer and Shopper Survey Findings at NRF 2013
NCR Corporation is global technology company helping the world connect, interact, and transact with business. NCR’s assisted- and self-service solutions and accompanying support services address the needs of retail, financial, travel, hospitality, gaming, public sector, telecom carriers, and equipment organizations in more than 100 countries. Recently, the company announced its intention to
the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Spain, Sweden, and Italy as part of the research. A sneak preview press release cites a new global study of shoppers and retailers that shows consumers seek personalized and integrated multichannel experiences to make their everyday lives easier. It offers the following examples: Globally, 52 percent of shoppers say they want the option of using mobile technology to scan and pay for items while shopping. However, among major retailers around the world, only 12
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Managed well, service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a tremendous opportunity to make positive changes and lay a foundation that will allow IT to become responsive and cost-effective. But SOA is also a potential minefield: hype is raising expectations beyond reality in an environment that is already stressed. In fact, managed poorly, SOA can be an expensive and spectacular failure.
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IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 1
While my two separate blog post series about workflow automation and Business Process Management (BPM) and about the long tails of supply chains were coming to their respective ends, one event that is curiously pertinent to both topics has meanwhile taken place in the market. Namely, at the end of July 2008, IBM acquired ILOG, a specialized software provider with headquarters in France and the
United Kingdom (UK), China, Japan, Singapore, and Australia, has a stable recurring revenue stream from several hundreds of ISV’s royalty arrangements to embed its products. Indeed, it is quite difficult to think of how many vendors involved in some optimization or intelligence area are not leveraging ILOG’s optimization, visualization and rules engines (and thereby not reinventing the wheel themselves). Most importantly, IBM has had partner and OEM agreements with ILOG for over a decade (since
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to sell something! And Japan. More patents per square inch than any other nation. And they will need them, with a dwindling population. Unlike the US, the Japanese seem to display a personal self discipline (if you catch our drift) with later marriage and all the implications associated with that. They too, though, totally rely on exporting their ideas through innovative product launching. Then Korea. Interestingly, this is now being talked about with some fear. Snoopy says it all. Who is Snoopy? An
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Today’s businesses must be able to swiftly respond to the constant changes emerging across their global global supply chains and fulfillment networks to improve operational efficiency. Follow TEC analyst P.J. Jakovljevic and Kinaxis expert Trevor Miles on a discussion on the role of S&OP and how a response management solution enables multi-enterprise visibility, collaborative what-if analysis, and on-the-fly decisions.
in the Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) region. The company recently appointed a new executive leadership for APJ, as well as a president for its Japan office and a director for its Shanghai office. Kinaxis looks to grow the market in Europe for 2011 and beyond. The vendor announced a partnership with Barloworld Supply Chain Software last year , and Barloworld is now a strategic reseller for RapidResponse in Europe. Entering the S&OP Fray Kinaxis’ move into S&OP has been a gradual effort for a few years.
SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-Drive Part 1
Although SAP’s recently announced tamed results for Q1 2002, which fit within the current market milieu, may add to some challenges moving forward, particularly seen from sharply reduced license revenue, and while some may question SAP’s justification of assimilating its two former subsidiaries, SAP has meanwhile become much more alert and diverse to spar with difficulties.
in Americas) and in Japan was down 56% (down 32% in APA). Also interesting is the fact that while the license revenue in the EMEA market was up 1%, it dropped 4% in its domestic German market. SAP continues to take market share in sales of specific software solutions, and it also increased its personnel 3% in the quarter, mostly in Europe. In Q1 2002, software revenues related to mySAP CRM reached approximately EUR 74 million, representing a 10% growth and accounting 18% of total software license sales.
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