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How to Make Life Interesting after Growing 30,700%
Vertical market maker Chemdex is reinventing itself as a B2B incubator. The purpose? More vertical marketplaces.

life sciences institute  company with lines in life sciences and medical chemicals and equipment will become an Internet incubator, leveraging its existing technology to build other vertical marketplaces. The new company will be called Ventro and will trade under the symbol VNTR. Market Impact It is hard to argue with the success of a company whose one-year revenues jumped a massive 30,700% percent. Even better, Chemdex recently cheered investors with fourth quarter gross revenues of $19.3 million, 160 percent of analyst

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Tools exist to support software testing at all stages of a project. Some vendors offer an integrated suite that will support testing and development throughout a project's life, from gathering requirements to supporting the live system. Some vendors concentrate on a single part of that life cycle. The software test tools knowledge base provides functional criteria you might expect from a testing tool, the infrastructure that supports the tool, and an idea of the market position of the vendor.  

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BlueAlly


BlueAlly, founded in 1994, delivers customized application development, maintenance, and support services to businesses worldwide. By leveraging the experience, methodologies, and partnerships of its Product Realization Ecosystem, the company aims to operate as an ally in its customers' business transformation initiatives, providing concept-to-market services. The company's corporate office is located in Tyson's Corner, Virginia (US), with global branches in Gernmany, the United Kingdom (UK), India, Singapore, China, and Malaysia. A Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model (SEI CMM) Level 5 company, BlueAlly has delivered over 500 global engagements, employing engagement models that are well-aligned with its customers' business visions and objectives. Over 60 percent of engagements are in the area of product realization. The company's clients represent large global organizations and mid-tier growth companies in various business sectors, including insurance, banking, financial services, health care, life sciences, and high technology.

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Project Portfolio Management for New Product Development: Tracking the Project Cycle from Idea to Launch


Resource allocation and phase-based processes are key features to consider when selecting a project portfolio management solution for new product development (NPD) projects. More importantly, NPD projects demand a best practices framework, like Stage-Gate®, for their success.

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Orion


ORION is an end-to-end software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based software application and deployment platform that provides full enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality coupled with customer relationship management (CRM) and supply chain management (SCM) features. It can be deployed on Windows, Unix, and Linux platforms, and supports centralized, distributed, and Web-based computing architectures. Orion has been developed in an Oracle environment using robust, reliable open systems architecture. ORION can help companies integrate all areas of their businesses, including operations, manufacturing, warehouse management (WM), Web portals, and sales route accounting. Its flexible design and extensive parameterization allows it to cater to diverse business requirements. ORION is designed to handle the unique requirements of midsize to large process manufacturers and distributors in food and beverage, chemicals, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, cosmetics, warehousing logistics, and related industries. ORION supports multicompany, multidivision/profit centers and other multidepartment/cost-center types of organizational structures. It has nine levels of accounting hierarchy.

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Business Intelligence for SMBs: MBS Excel Applications and Competitive Analysis


Companies relying on an Excel or Excel-like system need to know that, while Excel might suffice for ad hoc analysis and data storage for individuals or small groups, the technological flaw of data and referential integrity prevents it from a corporate-wide, collaborative effort like planning and budgeting, not to mention product development and sourcing.

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New Life for Dead Storage Technologies: Consumer-driven Optical Storage in the Data Center


While optical technology has become the default removable storage medium on the desktop (CD and DVD), in enterprise storage the evidence of failure is unmistakable. After fifteen years, optical technologies in the enterprise storage market account for only a fraction of 1 percent of enterprise storage hardware spending. There is a dramatically different future, however, for some optical storage subsystems.

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Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in Process Part 2 Process PLM Motivation


This part of the series on Product Life Cycle Management in Process explores the business motivations by review business strategies.

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Breathing New Life into SharePoint through Best-in-class Search


Many companies have begun to appreciate the value of their information assets and have taken a strategic view of information management, including the interoperability of their intranets. A core functionality of any intranet—especially with a large number of Microsoft Office documents—is search. Find out more about the issues surrounding search, to find out whether SharePoint or another search application is best for you.

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Extending Document Life Cycle Management to the Desktop


Given ever-increasing regulatory pressures, document life cycle management is clearly an issue every enterprise must resolve. Until now, documents stored on local machines and e-mailed outside the organization have presented a particularly thorny challenge. Fortunately, new technologies make it possible to extend document life cycle management to the desktop and enforce document retention policies across every computer in the enterprise.

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Cost Benefits of Complete Change Life Cycle Management for the Oracle E-Business Suite


IT service delivery departments today need to keep spending under control without compromising service quality—running a very tight technical and operational ship is vital. Achieving this involves at least three components of application management. Find out what they are, and how you can reduce costs and maximize staff productivity while managing the change process for the Oracle E-Business Suite.

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Life Science Products Selects abas ERP


Life Science Products (LSP) recently selected abas-USA as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider to replace its existing outdated Navision ERP system, which was no longer supported.

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