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Manugistics Indulges In The Open M&A Season. Part 2: Market Impact, Challenges, and User Recommendations
Experience teaches us to be wary of the outcome of mergers and acquisitions as the market has witnessed both success and disaster stories. While we believe that

m part 12  Indulges In The Open M&A Season. Part 2: Market Impact, Challenges, and User Recommendations Manugistics Indulges In The Open M&A Season. Part 2: Market Impact, Challenges, and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - June 5, 2002 Market Impact Continued Manugistics , remains one of the leading providers of supply chain management (SCM) solutions, with the extra sophistication of its supplier relationship management (SRM), profitable order management system (POMS), and pricing and revenue optimization Read More...
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Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 1
The mergers and acquisition (M@A) market seems to be coming back slowly. One evidence of this could be the late-March acquisition of long-struggling

m part 12  independent competitors such as  Mercia (now part of Infor )  and  Demantra (now part of Oracle Value Chain Planning ) . Another best-kept secret in the market is that Logility has possibly the most complete SCM functional footprint. Namely, its fully integrated Voyager solution optimizes supply chain processes from forecasting to supply planning and global sourcing and production to final delivery (execution). Part 2 of this series will analyze current Logility’s offerings for companies of all Read More...
BigMachines: Getting Bigger and Better - Part I
I recently attended Gartner’s CRM Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona (US). During the conference, I bumped into several old acquaintances who are working for

m part 12  as many small and midsized growth enterprises. Part 2 of this blog post series will continue with recent events at BigMachines. Your views, comments, opinions, etc., about BigMachines and about the Q2O/CPG software category per se are welcome in the meantime. We would also be interested in hearing about your experiences with these software solutions (if you are an existing user) or your general interest in evaluating these solutions as prospective customers. Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

m part 12  the company by phone. M   Mbps - Megabits per second . Similar in concept to Kbps. There are 8 bits per byte. Hence, the rate of 8 Mbps actually represents 1 MB per second. mCRM - Mobile Customer Relationship Management . A new term that covers the area of field force automation and remote access to corporate information in real time. Such access is becoming more and more critical as economies move towards the service sector, and there are more people in the field working at client company sites who Read More...
Essential ERP - Current Market Trends - Part II
ERP applications are designed to optimize an organization’s underlying business processes — primarily accounting/financial, manufacturing, distribution, and

m part 12  ERP - Current Market Trends - Part II Essential ERP - Current Market Trends - Part II P.J. Jakovljevic - May 3, 2000   This is the second part of an extended note on the current market trends for Enterprise Resource Planning. The growth of ERP has been a direct result of the fierce global competition, short product life cycles, highly distributed operations, and information-driven management that characterize today's business environment. The vast majority of companies have always hoped to Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

m part 12  a semi-open-source ERP vendor mentioned in Part 1 ) recently spun up a Drupal -based Web front-end content management system into  its own CRM product , particularly for the incident management subsystem. Previously everything was based on e-mail (and phone). Humanizing Users Tools such as Salesforce Chatter elegantly overcome the current enterprise applications’ shortcomings of putting the onus on users to hunt for information. The result of using Chatter is a context that is richer, more relevant, Read More...
They do it like that in the Balkans-Select and deploy ERP, I mean (Part II)
The Part I of this blog topic concluded with SAP's supremacy in the upper-end of the regional market. What also helps SAP ERP [evaluate this product] is a

m part 12  and deploy ERP, I mean (Part II) The Part I of this blog topic concluded with SAP 's supremacy in the upper-end of the regional market . What also helps SAP ERP [ evaluate this product ] is a number of well-established value added resellers (VARs) that cover the entire former Yugoslavia region, some of which have a few dozen renowned installation sites (customer references) and a roster of experienced consultants. Some of these are the earlier mentioned S&T Group from Austria and Croatia-based B4B . Read More...
Up Close and Personal: Martin Schneider, Senior Director of Communications at SugarCRM-Part 2
In part one of my interview with Martin Schneider, Senior Director of Communications at SugarCRM, we discussed the history of SugarCRM and the open source

m part 12  open source customer relationship management (CRM) space. Part 2 describes SugarCRM’s approach to development, their partner ecosystem, and how social media has changed CRM. Q: About development—most of it is done by your team of programmers, right?   A: That’s correct. Engineering is done more than 90 percent in house. We have set up this model because, while we open source everything we do, we rely on our business customers, and they demand a very solid, secure code base. And you can’t have a Read More...
The Path to ERP for Small Businesses - Part 1: The Research
Most consultants agree that there are three stages that precede a software implementation project: research, evaluation, and selection. This three-part article

m part 12  Path to ERP for Small Businesses - Part 1: The Research When looking for business software, small companies might fall into the trap of being selected instead of selecting vendors. This usually happens because small companies do not allocate extensive time and resources to the process and do not have selection methodologies, which help decision makers select a product without further investigation. Not every company takes advantage of a sound software selection methodology. The good news is that other Read More...
Is Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part II)
Part I of this blog topic  introduced Epicor Software and its traditional vertical solutions. It also analyzed Epicor's forays into the attractive retail sector

m part 12  Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part II) Part I of this blog topic   introduced Epicor Software and its traditional vertical solutions. It also analyzed Epicor's forays into the attractive retail sector via the CRS acquisition two years ago. Designed for integration and scalability, the  Epicor/CRS Retail Suite can support a wide variety of retail enterprises' requirements. These environments range from the rapidly expanding regional retailer requiring point-of-sale (POS) , store Read More...
IFS Bucking the Trends - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the current upbeat state of affairs of IFS, a public business software company (listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

m part 12  you need it the most it's difficult to access. WikiHelp will let IFS users take part in making changes to, or add new, documentation on how to accomplish various tasks throughout the application. With in-line documentation, users will never lose the context of where they came across the question at hand. With a mouse click, the help panel will be turned on, and the possibility to edit or add a new passage to the help text will become available. For its part, The Board will be, simply put, micro-messaging Read More...
Mega-vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing adoption. The article ended

m part 12  vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of  software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing  adoption. The article ended with some glimpses into the future and likely implications for SaaS users. Part 2 explores the apparent opportunities and accompanying challenges (and inevitable soul-searching exercises) that SaaS aspirants face in their endeavors. Some concrete examples of vendors and their new strategies and solutio Read More...
Exploring Epicor Productivity Pyramid - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Epicor Software Corporation’s set of tools called the Epicor Productivity Pyramid. The Pyramid enables one of Epicor’s

m part 12  Epicor Productivity Pyramid - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  introduced Epicor Software Corporation ’s  set of tools called the Epicor Productivity Pyramid . The Pyramid enables one of Epicor’s main business strategies: to extend the value of several of its mature  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  applications by making enterprise data readily and easily available to all stakeholders. My blog post then zoomed on to the Epicor Portal solution, a cross-platform querying tool that empo Read More...

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