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Portal Strategy: One Vendor's Story and What It Means to You
Epicor is working with Microsoft so that portal adopters can benefit from SharePoint's models and access to other enterprise data.

license problem axapta  pay an additional software license above the core application. Those customers who have purchased previous portal applications from Epicor will receive an upgrade path from their current product. Pricing for new customers is per processor for the Epicor Portal Server, but it remains to be seen how the vendor will set the pricing for Epicor Portal Content and persuade customers to opt for solutions in terms of return on investment (ROI). While popular for ad-hoc workgroups within a firewall, SharePoint is Read More...
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IFS Continues Its Reinvention Through Pruning Part Two: Background, Challenges, and Response
IFS could be an object case of how a great product (in terms of functionality scope and technological foundation) and knowledgeable employees are only part of

license problem axapta  nearly 10 percent of license revenue in 2003 being derived from partnerships and alliances. This concludes Part Two of a three-part note. Part One presented the event summary. Part Three will discuss the market impact and make user recommendations. Read More...
Leveraging the SaaS Model for Business Benefits of ISVs
The SaaS delivery model promises the consumer a pay-per-use model for consuming software without any up-front capital expenditure in terms of buying the license

license problem axapta  terms of buying the license and infrastructure, and without the overhead of maintaining the infrastructure necessary to run the software. That said, there are three levels of SaaS maturity among ISVs. Download this white paper to learn about the shortcomings and merits of each SaaS maturity level. Read More...
Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

license problem axapta  Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem Introduction As recently as a year ago the mantra just keep it running drowned out every other voice in the information technology (IT) universe. Corporate IT infrastructures had become so mind-numbingly complex that staff had everything it could do just to keep everything running - never mind how well it might have been running. When employees complained about performance, IT staff was not responsive. Unfortunately, Read More...
Where Has All the Service Gone?
For some reason, once a product moves into the retail channel, most manufacturers lose control. The retailer abdicates responsibility. When faced with a problem

license problem axapta  Has All the Service Gone? Introduction (Optional verse to accompany this—with apologies to Where Have All the Flowers Gone? ) Where has all the Service gone? Gone to outsource, everyone ... When will they ever learn? When will they ever learn? Where have all the Customers gone? Gone ballistic, every one!! When will they ever learn? When will they ever learn? Recent presidential debates included predictable topics. More relevant than political rhetoric is voter perception of what this means to them Read More...
Why Product Activation for Software Is Becoming Widespread
Software vendors have used license management for many years. Older approaches, such as key-file-based licensing or dongles, do have a number of drawbacks for

license problem axapta  Software vendors have used license management for many years. Older approaches, such as key-file-based licensing or dongles, do have a number of drawbacks for the vendor and their users. Product activation solves many of these problems, so is gaining broad acceptance in the software industry. Product activation is widely used by software vendors to protect their applications and enforce license agreements. While some users object to any form of license management, modern product activation systems are Read More...
How One Vendor Addresses Support and Maintenance Issues
SAP is addressing the problem of customers wanting support that vendors are either not providing, or providing at unjustifiable prices. Support and maintenance

license problem axapta  is part of the license and maintenance agreement, and is now available to customers running mySAP ERP 2005. Customers are now able to use new enterprise services and functionality in an uninterrupted way. This allows the customers to direct business process innovation while maintaining the stability of their core ERP systems. Further, SAP enhancement packages for mySAP ERP meet customer requirements for support innovation without disruption to day-to-day business operations. This makes it simpler and Read More...
Usability Still a Problem for ERP Users
Being an enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst, I spend lots of time watching demos provided by different ERP vendors during certification programs or

license problem axapta  Still a Problem for ERP Users Being an enterprise resource planning (ERP) analyst, I spend lots of time watching demos provided by different ERP vendors during certification programs or other events of this nature. At those hours-long live software demonstrations we are able to see how various software systems are designed and how they execute their main intended objective—making an entire business more efficient. With respect to ERP systems, usability and positive end user experience are Read More...
How Solace’s Middleware Appliances Cut the Cost of IT Infrastructure
Message-oriented middleware is the cornerstone of modern enterprise information technology (IT) and big data. But the problem is that it’s too complex and

license problem axapta  Solace’s Middleware Appliances Cut the Cost of IT Infrastructure Message-oriented middleware is the cornerstone of modern enterprise information technology (IT) and big data. But the problem is that it’s too complex and expensive to own and operate, especially as data volumes climb. This paper explains how Solace’s innovative solution can significantly reduce the total cost of ownership of your messaging middleware platform and IT infrastructure. Download the white paper and get the details. Read More...
OutlookSoft Case Study: United Pipe & Supply
Wholesale distributor United Pipe & Supply had a problem. Its use of standard Excel spreadsheets for reporting and budgeting was time-consuming, expensive, and

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You’re Laying Off Your Best Problem-solvers
Companies initiating layoffs in response to market problems tend to focus on retaining “high-potential” people. Unfortunately, human resources (HR) departments’

license problem axapta  Laying Off Your Best Problem-solvers Companies initiating layoffs in response to market problems tend to focus on retaining “high-potential” people. Unfortunately, human resources (HR) departments’ definition of “high-potential” often leaves out a company’s best problem solvers. A better approach is to put your most talented employees to work solving the problems facing your company. Find out how to identify your best problem solvers and help them thrive. Read More...
PLM and FOSS, What PLM Seekers Think?
Since Aras decided to stop asking for license fees for Aras Innovator [evaluate the product]by switching to the business model that the vendor calls enterprise

license problem axapta  to stop asking for license fees for Aras Innovator [ evaluate the product ]by switching to the business model that the vendor calls enterprise open source, , free and open source software (FOSS) product lifecycle management (PLM) as a topic has been talked more frequently than before. On his blog site Daily PLM Think Tank, Oleg Shilovitsky has touched upon open source PLM from different angles in more than 10 blog posts . Comments to these posts are also very interesting to read. To join in the Read More...
IFS Far Cry From Running Out of Breath
In May, IFS reported results for Q1 2000. It generated revenue of $57.0 million, a 21% increase compared to a year ago. License revenue grew 73% quarter over

license problem axapta  to a year ago. License revenue grew 73% quarter over quarter to $18.6 million, while net income was $6.0 million (See Figure 1). IFS has continued its investments in the US market. Net sales in North America rose by 248% to $13.2 million, and the US market accounted for 23% of sales during 1Q00. Earnings during the period were affected by the fact that IFS' shareholding in Exactium was divested to US-based Pivotal Inc, which became a significant e-business partner at the same time. The sale generated a Read More...
Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Four: Market Impact Continued
While competitive costs (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and

license problem axapta  (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and customer loyalty) will remain important requirements for success, particularly in the lower end of the market, vertical focus will be the key factor for survival. Thus, MAPICS is retaining its vertical industry marketing emphasis for MAPICS ERP for iSeries and SyteLine , with an unfazed focus on aerospace and defense, automotive, control instruments, electronics, furniture, Read More...
Intentia’s Intents To Be More Fashionable
Intentia remains solid, with both a new product portfolio and an increase in license revenue. The company, which is unimpeded by the current economic slump

license problem axapta  continue to generate higher license revenue within the constraints of its current product development and sales organization, has apparently resulted in improved earnings and cash flow. Cash flow from in Q2 2001 operating activities improved by SEK 222 million ($21.1 million) and was SEK 65 million ($6.2 million). License revenue for the quarter grew up 26% to SEK 274 million (~26.1 million), while consulting revenue rose 36% to SEK 689 million (~$65.6 million). Total revenue of SEK 978 (~$93 million) Read More...

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