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Progress Software Revs Up to Higher RPM via Savvion - Part 1
Late 2009 and early 2010 were characterized by a number of mergers and acquisitions (M@As) in the vibrant and buoyant business process management (BPM

m part 14  Revs Up to Higher RPM via Savvion - Part 1 Late 2009 and early 2010 were characterized by a number of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the vibrant and buoyant  business process management (BPM)  space.  The merger of Progress Software Corp. (NASDAQ: PRGS) and Savvion Inc. drew my attention  in particular. Why? Because, to my mind, Progress has thus made a large leap into the BPM space, a market where it has been notably absent. Namely, from Progress’ analyst event two years ago, I vividly Read More...
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The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 1
The business process management (BPM) market is sizzling hot, with Gartner Dataquest estimating its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) at 13 percent in 2009. In

m part 14  components of processes (subprocesses) M anage all elements of the business B ottom line improvements E liminate bottlenecks R apidly deploy new services (and processes). Indeed, these are some of the typical benefits of deploying BPM systems, but the trouble, called the lack of clarity and consensus, starts with the quandary about what exactly constitutes BPM, and what exact parts and capabilities of BPM help achieve those benefits? In other words, are there more important and better BPM suites and/or Read More...
UNIT4: The (Largely) Untold Story - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog post series started with my invitation by UNIT4 (formerly Unit 4 Agresso), the second largest business applications provider in continental

m part 14  an existing  general ledger. Marrying “Cloud” and “Soil” To that end, Robinson also explained that having FinancialForce.com in its arsenal allows UNIT4 to cross-sell, in a s oftware plus service  manner ( discussed on Part 2 ), into parts of an organization that do not necessarily need the overkill of an on-premise solution but which are content to take an on-demand offering. That is exactly what recently happened at the Telegraph Media Group , which has selected UNIT4 solutions for use in Read More...
Federal Procurement Essentials: Sealed Bidding
Selling to the government can bring new life to contract winners, particularly small and medium businesses. In fact, organizations that understand and leverage

m part 14  a simplified contract format may be used in lieu of the uniform contract format: Sealed Bidding—Simplified Contract Format Part I - The Schedule A. Solicitation and contract form (SF 1447) B. Contract line item number C. Description and specifications D. Quantity and unit of issue E. Unit price and amount F. Packaging and marking requirements G. Inspection and acceptance H. Delivery and performance I. Special contract requirements Part II - Contract Clauses J. Contract clauses Part III - List of Read More...
Resurrection, Vitality And Perseverance Of Former ERP 'Goners' Part Two: Geac & Baan
While not doing as well as Ross and SSA GT, Geac and Baan are certainly on the right track.

m part 14  (i.e., E Series and M Series ) have been integrated with Extensity's product suite, and the vendor appears ready to move aggressively to sell Extensity into its existing customer base. The recent upbeat performance by Geac has been duly covered in Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like Aurora' . Baan Last but not least, the vendor with perhaps the most unnerving rollercoaster ride and which is still trying to return to its erstwhile short-lived glory, Baan , the global provider of collaborative Read More...
The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z
CRM. C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part three of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning

m part 14  Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z The Lexicon of CRM Part 3: From R to Z R. Garland - November 2, 2001 The Lexicon is divided into three parts, this being the second of three. This third section covers the alphabet from R to Z. For A to I, see Part One . For J to Q, see Part Two . R  RDBMS - Relational DataBase Management System . The typical, standard database, with both data models, data definitions, and data storage capabilities. Examples include Oracle's 9i database, Microsoft's SQLServer 2000, Read More...
Inside Look at the Success of Cloud Field Service Provider ServiceMax-Part 2
In part 1 of this blog post series, we took a look at a major player in the field service management (FSM) market ServiceMax. In what follows is a recent

m part 14  Cloud Field Service Provider ServiceMax-Part 2 In part 1 of this blog post series, we took a look at a major player in the field service management (FSM) market ServiceMax . In what follows is a recent question-and-answer interview with Stacey Epstein‚ vice president (VP) of marketing at ServiceMax. Stacey has extensive experience in generating demand, fueling growth, and building brand name global recognition for technology companies. She brought two decades of cloud, customer relationship management Read More...
Intelligent Manufacturing Systems: Beating the Odds, Mightily - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series explained IQMS’ upbeat posture despite a hostile and depressed environment, while Part 2 analyzed the recent developments of

m part 14  Systems: Beating the Odds, Mightily - Part 3 Part 1 of this blog series explained IQMS ’ upbeat posture despite a hostile and depressed environment, while Part 2 analyzed the recent developments  of EnterpriseIQ [ evaluate this product ], the flagship offering of IQMS . This final part will focus on IQMS’ most recent involvement in the user experience (UX) design developments. Joining the “Winning Users’ Hearts and Minds” Fray Like many of its enterprise resource planning (ERP ) peers, IQMS Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 3
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 14  Namely, for one, as mentioned in Part 2, this is not a public social site , i.e., all of the internal open-ended collaborative discussions stay within salesforce.com. In addition, no one can put a picture of their kid, pet, or simpsonized caricature on their profile (it has to be a decent picture of you). You can only update your status with a business-related matter (i.e., pursuing that opportunity, having that issue, presenting at that event, etc.) and not talking about asinine stuff (e.g., having Read More...
JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference on the heels of the recent merger between JDA Software (NASDAQ: JDAS) and

m part 14  FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  talked about my attendance of  the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference  on the  heels of the recent merger between JDA Software  (NASDAQ: JDAS) and i2 Technologies . The article first discussed the different geneses and cultures of the two merging parties. One major outcome of the conference was JDA’s unveiled plan to converge most of its existing and acquired product sets. To that end, JDA pledged several key commitments to its customers, Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 3)
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the need for knowledge management (KM) software applications as part of a more comprehensive and strategic service

m part 14  SKM deployments were briefly mentioned at the end of Part 2 , more comprehensively, Servigistics states that the SKM solution can: Reduce troubleshooting time by solving issues once and making the resolutions available across the service organization for the future; Decrease the number of service calls by empowering customers, technicians, partners, and dealers to reliably and accurately find their solutions through self-service. In other words, organizations can avoid service calls for problems that can Read More...

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