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Maximizing the Value of an M&A!
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) often lead to a lot of confusion, particularly with regard to systems and processes. Usually, monolithic enterprise resource

m as  the Value of an M&A! Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) often lead to a lot of confusion, particularly with regard to systems and processes. Usually, monolithic enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are in operation in both the firms, which are programmed with specific knowledge intrinsic to the firm’s core operations. This paper debates the options that have to be considered when both the firms are being managed by similar, competing, or best-of-breed ERP packages. Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Manugistics Indulges In The Open M&A Season
Does Manugistics’ acquisition of a small ERP vendor confirms a further degree of integration and convergence between ERP, SCM and CRM applications in 2002 and

m as  obligations that impact complex manufacturing operations. As if one acquisition was not enough for within one month, on May 28, Manugistics announced that it has acquired the business of privately-held Digital Freight , a Lexington, KY-based provider of collaborative logistics solutions that facilitate online, real-time bids for global transportation contracts. Manugistics' Global Logistics Management Solution will now consequently offer buyers and sellers of transportation services an enhanced real-time, Read More...
Sunny Malta as an Nearshore IT Outsourcing Location
Enterprises, largely based in the US, UK, Japan, and Austraila, are turning to offshoring as a way to minimize costs. The biggest offshoring region is currently

m as  Malta as an Nearshore IT Outsourcing Location Sunny Malta as an Nearshore IT Outsourcing Location If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Crimsonwing provides IT solutions to clients in the UK, Holland and Malta . Source : Crimsonwing Resources Related to Sunny Malta as an Nearshore IT Outsourcing Location : Outsourcing (Wikipedia) Information Technology (IT) (Wikipedia) Sunny Malta as an Nearshore IT Outsourcing Location Read More...
Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements

m as  it is no more Mr. Nice Guy, as vendors have been enforcing their contractual rights to audit customer usage of software. Vendors are now charging customers license fees for additional seats, plus the maintenance fees on those seats. Furthermore, vendors' support policies keep customers from removing unused user or product licenses (see Application Erosion: Eating Away at Your Hard Earned Value ) from maintenance contracts. Specifically, in the case of users that want to remove unused, functional Read More...
M-Tech Mercury Information Technology, Inc.
M-Tech is a computer security software and services company that develops and distributes security products to streamline passwordmanagement and login account

m as  and login account administration. M-Tech offers computer network security services such as remote penetration tests, risk analysis, development of secure applications and more. Read More...
The Truth about Software-as-a-service (SaaS)
Software-as-a-service (SaaS), also called on-demand software, can be a convenient and profitable business model for vendors. And for clients, SaaS can provide

m as  Software as a Service Model , Software as a Service ppt . SaaS (Software as a Service) , also called on demand software, is a convenient, profitable and great business model for vendors. Just look at the valuation of the better know SaaS vendors, including SalesForce.com, which is held up as the Holy Grail in the SaaS world, along with Salary.com, Kenexa and Ultimate in the HR space. Market Cap/Revenue 52 wk High 52 wk Low Salesforce.com 7 11 Salary.com 2.5 6 Kenexa 2.1 5.5 Ultimate 4 6 For shareholders Read More...
IBM Acquires Cognea as Watson’s Mouthpiece
IBM has acquired Cognea, an Australian startup that develops virtual assistant software that interacts with users via artificial intelligence (AI)–based

m as  Acquires Cognea as Watson’s Mouthpiece IBM has acquired Cognea , an Australian startup that develops virtual assistant software that interacts with users via artificial intelligence (AI)–based personalities. IBM plans to integrate Cognea's technology with its Watson cognitive computing platform, with the idea of allowing Watson to deliver conversational services. Potential user scenarios include virtual personal assistants, health coaches, companions for elderly people, investment advisors, Read More...
Understanding the Planning and Deployment Requirements of Today’s Software-as-a-service Solutions
Midsize businesses are learning the hard way that most enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications are not truly on-demand, but instead require

m as  application is delivered and managed as a service by a software vendor to meet the needs of multiple customers simultaneously. A widely recognized example of a SaaS solution is the service model used by ADP to provide payroll and other business services to multiple organizations to meet their common needs. SaaS solutions are delivered via a network, most often the Web. They are priced on a subscription service basis, often based on the number of users or transactions. SaaS solutions transfer the burden Read More...
Server Platform Situational Analysis: IBM AS/400
Customers value IBM's AS/400's reliability, stability, and security. However, despite its impressive performance and use of independent software vendors to

m as  this imperative of sensible modernization so apparent as in the IBM eServer iSeries environments. The iSeries server, IBM's landmark product and a well-known successor of the AS/400 (standing for Application System/400 ) platform. It has been implemented on a large scale over the past twenty-five years in many small and medium businesses (SMB). This midrange minicomputer is still being praised because of its operational ease-of-use, reliability, flexibility, and scalability. In the beginning, AS/400 was Read More...
Soft Economy Dents SAP’s Armored Shield As Well
Since the license revenue plunge in the US, a likely cascading economic slowdown worldwide, and SAP’s high stakes in struggling Commerce One happened much

m as  within the realm of mySAP.com and as stand-alone components that can be integrated with other products. Since the longer term SAP sales people are accustomed to selling the monolithic R/3 ERP product contracts and /or upgrades in 'the whole enchilada' manner rather than piecemeal, it will take time for them to be retrained to sell the new components. SAP's conundrum is also the situation with ailing partner Commerce One, as SAP has been so deeply involved in joint development of an e-commerce platform Read More...
The ROI of Software as a Service
Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go

m as  Software as a Service Many firms see software as a service (SaaS) as having a cost advantage over on-premise in the short run due to its quick implementation times and pay-as-you-go pricing. But many firms question the long-term value of SaaS, wondering if the rent-versus-own model has a cost crossover point? Discover how some firms have obtained long-term value with SaaS solutions as SaaS has moved into larger, more strategic deployments. Read More...
Software as a Service: A Cheaper, Faster Way to Access Applications
The dismal economy hasn't been bad news for all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is

m as  to Access Applications The dismal economy hasn't been bad news for all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is increasing thanks to customers who seek better/more targeted functionality, quicker deployment/access, lower up-front and ongoing cost, and ease of use. Learn why SaaS has a history of thriving in down cycles, and what to look for in a SaaS solution. Read More...
Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data?
Enterprises that have manufacturing or plant-level intelligence systems can be guided through the forking paths of exception-based decision-making. Not only

m as  thereby incrementally updating performance metrics as transactions occur. Namely, when the data is stored in the same database, there is no need for the creation and management of ungainly interfaces, because there is only one master application. Data visibility becomes inherent, since by using the proper links, data can be gathered and disseminated in multiple ways, without delay. Yet, in most cases, multiple databases on the shop floor, such as quality management data, production and warehousing real Read More...
Top 10 Reasons to Consider Software as a Service for E-mail Archiving
For businesses of all sizes, especially those lacking the IT resources and budget for an in-house e-mail archiving solution, a software-as-a-service (SaaS

m as  as a Service for E-mail Archiving For businesses of all sizes, especially those lacking the IT resources and budget for an in-house e-mail archiving solution, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution may offer a feasible and effective alternative. SaaS e-mail archiving can be implemented in days rather than months, eliminate upfront hardware and software costs, and get transparent, continuous upgrades. Discover the other benefits of SaaS e-mail solutions. Read More...
Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground
Software as a service is the latest incarnation of the hosting model. The demand for cost efficiency, information technology flexibility, and faster return on

m as  cost and pay for more only as their business expands (see Trends in Delivery and Pricing Models for Enterprise Applications: Pricing Options ). Though the price of hardware is decreasing and becoming more affordable, a major predicament remains: enterprise software applications, such as complex enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and customer relationship management (CRM) systems, are often too expensive and too intricate for small Read More...

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