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Mobile Application Momentum
Take advantage of expertise about mobile application momentum.We bring expert advice right to you.Free white paper. With the boom in sales of smart mobile handsets, the opportunity for developing and selling mobile applications is ever more appealing. But the market is changing and evolving rapidly, with new concepts and technologies vying for attention. Discover why, in order to gain momentum, mobile applications need to have both appealing value for customers and the most appropriate, rapid, and wide-reaching routes to market.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: with ringtones and simple Java games has broadened into rich media content and more interesting application categories for mobile developers to target, even in the consumer space (Figure 3). Fairer revenue share Until the launch of Apple s iPhone, the monetising of mobile applications was either controlled by the carriers, or a direct to consumer model through independent portals. Early mobile content such as ringtones managed to attract a perhaps unjustified higher price, partly because it was harder
3/12/2010 6:03:00 AM

Application Program Interface (API)
Electronic document management systems (EDMSs) are used by companies to organize and streamline their document processes to increase productivity and efficiency. Integration between the EDMS and the customized software results in desirable improved efficiencies and savings. This integration can be accomplished using an application program interface (API) that comes along with the EDMS application. Find out how.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Application Program Interface (API) Application Program Interface (API) Source: Cabinet NG (CNG) Document Type: White Paper Description: Electronic document management systems (EDMSs) are used by companies to organize and streamline their document processes to increase productivity and efficiency. Integration between the EDMS and the customized software results in desirable improved efficiencies and savings. This integration can be accomplished using an application program interface (API) that comes along
4/23/2009 4:48:00 PM

Should You Modify an Application Product?
When it comes to modifications to an application product, there is the good, the bad, and the ugly. Enter the modification process cautiously, with your eyes open.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Should You Modify an Application Product? Should You Modify an Application Product? Olin Thompson - December 24, 2002 Read Comments Should You Modify an Application Product?   It would be nice if off-the-shelf application products would satisfy every business need of every business. However, be it SCM, ERP, CRM, BI or any other category of application products, this is not the way it is. Many businesses find that some needs are unmet; they cannot live with a plain vanilla version of the product. If that
12/24/2002

Custom Application Development
Custom application development is a trusted, tested strategy to ensure effective application of resources for business advancement and continuity, with minimal risk and solid return on investment (ROI). What’s that, you say? High cost? Low dependability? Long timelines? The custom application development model is plagued by myths. Find out why they’re all wrong.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Custom Application Development Custom Application Development Source: Aalpha Document Type: White Paper Description: Custom application development is a trusted, tested strategy to ensure effective application of resources for business advancement and continuity, with minimal risk and solid return on investment (ROI). What’s that, you say? High cost? Low dependability? Long timelines? The custom application development model is plagued by myths. Find out why they’re all wrong. Custom Application
8/5/2008 3:07:00 PM

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain ManagementPart 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an uninformed decision. Part four discusses the difficulty in predicting the future.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line Mark Wells - July 18, 2001 Read Comments Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software
7/18/2001

Enterprise Financial Application Software: How Some of the Big ERP Vendors Stack Up
Contrary to what vendors may contend, not all of them are able to supply a cost effective solution that satisfies the critical requirements of an organization. In this case study from a recent selection engagement for a large series book publisher, we size up Oracle, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, and Lawson in terms of corporate viability, vision, product functionality, technology, and cost.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Enterprise Financial Application Software: How Some of the Big ERP Vendors Stack Up Enterprise Financial Application Software: How Some of the Big ERP Vendors Stack Up Steve McVey - December 25, 2001 Read Comments Enterprise Financial Application Software: How Some of the Big ERP Vendors Stack Up S. McVey - December 25, 2001 Overview The subject of this case study is a large series and single-title book publisher that needed to replace a decade-old, highly customized financials system. Though accounting
12/25/2001

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCMPart 1: We Need To Know Now
If you are not experiencing organizational stress in some of the areas where the benefits may occur, then perhaps a decision to invest in supply chain management software should be postponed. If you do have some pain in one or more of these areas, then you can follow the concepts in this article to understand the potential of supply chain management software to fix the cause of the pain and improve your bottom line. This part discusses the challenge of limited time to perform analysis.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 1: We Need To Know Now Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 1: We Need To Know Now Mark Wells - July 13, 2001 Read Comments Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software investment decision grows more critical. Many decision-makers look for an exact
7/13/2001

What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Changes, Software Must Change with the Business.
Business changes constantly in small ways and large. It is rare to find an application product that can change once it is implemented. This gap is a reality leading to dissatisfaction and the application being a drag on the business. This gap, the lack of the ability to change, costs the business dearly. Software needs to be the agent of change, not the enemy of change.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Changes, Software Must Change with the Business. What s Wrong With Application Software? Business Changes, Software Must Change with the Business. Olin Thompson - May 31, 2004 Read Comments Premise Business changes constantly in small ways and large. It is rare to find an application product that can change once it is implemented. This gap is a reality leading to dissatisfaction and the application being a drag on the business. This gap, the lack of the
5/31/2004

Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 2: Deployment Preferences
Do executives prefer to deploy business applications on premise? Hosted? In a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model? Do deployment preferences vary by software category, region, or company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for buyers, users, and providers of business applications? Get the answers to these and other questions in this Strategic Perspective from Saugatuck Technology.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 2: Deployment Preferences Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 2: Deployment Preferences Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Do executives prefer to deploy business applications on premise? Hosted? In a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model? Do deployment preferences vary by software category, region, or company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for buyers, users, and providers of business
6/10/2010 3:48:00 PM

TCO Analysis: IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 vs. JBoss Application Server V5
While concerns regarding open source are still being debated, many companies are experimenting with and deploying open source application servers in their data centers. While some are attracted to the ability to modify source code as needed, many are attracted to the perceived cost savings of open source. This white paper compares the total cost of ownership (TCO) of one open source and one commercial application server.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: TCO Analysis: IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 vs. JBoss Application Server V5 TCO Analysis: IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 vs. JBoss Application Server V5 Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: While concerns regarding open source are still being debated, many companies are experimenting with and deploying open source application servers in their data centers. While some are attracted to the ability to modify source code as needed, many are attracted to the perceived cost savings of
4/9/2010 1:21:00 PM

The Many Flavors of Application Software Outsourcing
Many companies are looking to outsource development and maintenance of their application software. Common reasons that companies outsource application software are to reduce their costs, improve quality, obtain flexible staffing levels, and obtain improved service and support so they can focus on their core competence such as, designing clothes, managing equity portfolios, or running hospitals. Choosing whether to outsource or not is a strategic decision for a company. Once a company has decided to outsource, however, it must still choose an outsourcing approach that best fits it needs. This paper will describe the many different options for application software outsourcing, including the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative.

JAVA APPLICATION FLOW DIAGRAM: The Many Flavors of Application Software Outsourcing The Many Flavors of Application Software Outsourcing A.B. Maynard - September 29, 2004 Read Comments Defining the Problem In the 1990s many companies rushed to upgrade or replace their legacy software prior to January 1, 2000—affectionately known forevermore as Y2K. There was fear and concern that many legacy software applications would be unable to handle the requirements of a change in the first two digits of a four-digit year in date fields. A
9/29/2004


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