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Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 1
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ago or so for lack of platform readiness to realize vision (since it was too hard to catch up on the applications breadth and depth), and because it would cause immediate channel disruptions in all ERP product lines. In other words, each individual product still has its own areas of strengths in terms of vertical industry fit, partners' geographic coverage, and so on. The more appealing direction was thus to “incubate the vision for a business application suite for the future.” A successful
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compensate for both the lack of strong manufacturing functionality and geographic presence through partnerships (see Kewill And Microsoft Great Plains To Further Mutually Complement ), have also had only a limited success. To that end, Navision, almost the Great Plains' European replica (but with stronger multi-national, multi-language, and localization as well as manufacturing and distribution functional product capabilities to booth) would logically complement it both functionality- and geography-wise.
Portal Strategy: One Vendor's Story and What It Means to You
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What If They Shipped an OS and Nobody Came?
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A Singular View Improves Performance
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Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 2: Market Impact
Navision has been expanding its coverage in terms of geography, vertical industries, and product functionality. Globally, it has become one of the largest
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vendors suffer from a lack of credibility at the beginning of the buying process. Vendors must recognize this lack of credibility and work to overcome it. Without credibility, their claims will not be accepted and their efforts will suffer. Regardless of the true value that their software may bring, without credibility that value sounds like the unsupported, over-hyped claims of the past. Economy Yes, the economy is still tight. Even those companies who have seen an up-tick are still conservative in
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