Home
 > search for

Featured Documents related to »  m part 23


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 23  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...
Software Test Tools
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 gatheri...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » m part 23


Are ERP Workarounds a Terrific Way of Shooting Yourself in the Foot?
Are ERP workarounds a terrific way of shooting yourself in the foot? TEC Analyst Gabriel Gheorghiu says “There’s no way to avoid ERP workarounds. And yes, they

m part 23  of S, 400 of M and nothing for L. You will have to transfer inventory from one size to the other to fix this problem. My experience shows that ERP workarounds are common practice—and that while they may fix problems in the short term, they cause others in the long run. Jorge García, TEC Analyst Workarounds are extremely common, particularly in complex deployments, as there’s no such thing as an ERP system that perfectly accomplishes a complete match between functionality and requirements. Sometimes Read More...
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 23  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...
Epicor Conducts Its Own ROI Acquisition Rationale Part Two: Market Impact
Given Epicor's ordeal of the past and the fact that divesting several lateral products in 2001 will have greatly helped it achieve some much needed stability

m part 23  of each product's target market. This is Part Two of a three-part note. Part One detailed the events. Part Three will cover the Challenges and make User Recommendations. Manufacturing Solutions As mentioned earlier, Epicor's Manufacturing Solutions Group, which contains approximately half of the entire Epicor's customer base, features Vantage and Avant as its major mid-market ERP products and Vista for smaller discrete manufacturers. As for specialization, Vantage remains the preferred system for Read More...
“Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series set the historical background for the supply chain management (SCM) evolution and presented the advantages and shortcomings of

m part 23  or pursues today (as mentioned in Part 1 ). The downside of owning such assets is getting locked into high costs and capital investments, with potentially inflexible capacity. Even many consumer goods manufacturers have been increasingly shedding their plants. Acting vertical, on the other hand, does not require retailers to own inflexible and costly manufacturing and other supply chain assets —yet it enables them to operate as though they do. This advantage comes in part from striking strong and Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 3
[Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This

m part 23  is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This interactive series is an exercise in what-if analysis based on ongoing interviews with Frankie as well as your feedback. You may find Frank’s use of language a little colorful. I have toned it down. It’s still colorful.] Previously: Episode 1 | Episode 2 * My boss wants an ERP system. My boss wants an SAP ERP system. My boss wants me to call SAP now so we can get this Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the genesis of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

m part 23  of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 4 Part 1 of this blog post series  followed the genesis of  Manhattan Associates  from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of an impeccable  supply chain management (SCM)  software company in terms of market share, growth, profitability, and its product capabilities. Indeed, the company set the industry standard for the supply chain execution (SCE) space and was the envy of its competitors. But 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 23  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...
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 23  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...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

m part 23  BPM (remember the Tin Man from Part 2 ?). Thus, Pega’s software architecture  is layered, model-driven , and standards-based to leverage (fit into) existing IT investments. The product supports typical application programming interfaces (APIs ), including extensible markup language (XML ) and electronic data interchange (EDI ) adapters, but in most implementations, integrations to both legacy and SOA-based systems require no coding, using the standard integration forms to access services, select 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 23  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...
Is Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part III)
Part II of this blog topic analyzed Epicor's forays into the attractive retail sector via the CRS Retail acquisition two years ago. Most recently, with the

m part 23  Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part III) Part II of this blog topic analyzed Epicor 's forays into the attractive retail sector via the CRS Retail acquisition two years ago. Most recently, with the acquisition of NSB Retail Systems , Epicor has further expanded its functional footprint, market share and geographic presence in the sector. Namely, NSB added over 200 specialty retail logos, thereby more than doubling Epicor’s retail install base. While many analysts like Gartner , AMR Read More...
UNIT4: The (Largely) Untold Story - Part 2
Part 1 of this series started with my invitation by UNIT4 (formerly Unit 4 Agresso), the second-largest business applications provider in continental Europe, to

m part 23  might have had (as mentioned in Part 1 ). In hindsight, my initial knee-jerk assessment was way off the mark. UNIT4’s on-premise CODA Financials business continues to provide excellent customer service, while new product updates are being delivered regularly, and the product has a highly professional and experienced team. In fact, not only does on-premise CODA continue, but UNIT4 has been lately putting a lot more “oomph” behind the product in terms of a revamped marketing strategy and new Read More...
Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part IV)
Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [evaluate this product] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [evaluate this product

m part 23  evolve the original project-centric messaging that was described in Part I of this blog series . Every vendor must reinvent itself into something new/interesting every few years at a minimum. Deltek's continual focus on things like EVM or project portfolio management (PPM) without any sizzle might begin to sound a bit flat after a while, at least in the global market. But we may find out soon. Namely, in only a few days, during the Deltek Insight '08 annual user conference, the vendor might come out with Read More...

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others