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Fledgling smart enterprise suite, business activity monitoring, and business process management technologies hold significant potential for end user

maconomy cartesis  market Getting the Taste of Some Emerging Technologies Looking at Emerging Technologies Some still emerging and evolving enterprise software categories that the upper-end of the market has been modestly adopting have also very recently been embraced by vendors that cater to the lower-end of the market. One such technology is the suites that envelop a notable combination of technologies, such as document management (including basic document library functionality with version control and check-in and

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maconomy cartesis  Vision Essentials , and Maconomy Essentials , each come with various solution bundles that can also be purchased. Deltek First for government contractors is an evolution from GCS Premier. It uses similar underlying characteristics. The foundation of each Deltek First solution is project accounting, time keeping, job costing, and reporting for various roles within a company. For government contractors specifically, this basic functionality allows a company to get up and running quickly so that they can Read More

Deltek Remains the Master of Its Selected Few Domains Part Six: Challenges and User Recommendations


While we believe that the Deltek’s strategy to shore up its current install base and to target new related markets has been sound, one should never discount fierce competition given the market for enterprise application software has become a highly competitive and rapidly changing field.

maconomy cartesis  Changepoint , Portera , Maconomy , Unit 4 Agresso, Business Engine ), emerging client relationship management software vendors (e.g., Interface Software and Time Matters ) and, companies offering specific solutions that directly compete with a portion of more comprehensive product offering. Likewise, the functional gaps are narrowing by the day (see Big ERP Players Courting Government Agencies ). Moreover, as Deltek attempts to penetrate other strategic commercial vertical and PSA markets, it will likely Read More

TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of July 9, 2012


SOFTWARE SELECTIONSInternational distributor of high-tech metals and alloys selects Epicor ERPIndustry tags: Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Trade, Warehousing "The relatively small but geographically extensive company Datum Alloys made its choice based on a few underlying premises: a need for multicurrency operations in conjunction with local accounting standards, high-quality analytical

maconomy cartesis  PR Agencies People buy Maconomy for Marketing Agencies for a few reasons. First is functionality: the project and client management aspect of Maconomy is perfectly suited for managing agency accounts. Maconomy has the unique capability to address both the need for client focus and client/brand structures in creative agencies. There are also deep purpose-built capabilities with regards to estimating jobs, capturing time, expenses, and purchases/material, monitoring progress and very specific and flexible Read More

Is There Much More (Pro)Clarity In Microsoft’s BI Strategy Now? - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series presented Microsoft’s official position on its recent notable change in business intelligence (BI) product strategy, whereby the company is breaking apart the business performance management (BPM) family of products. To that end, Microsoft will include the monitoring and analytic functionality within Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, while seriously

maconomy cartesis  There Much More (Pro)Clarity In Microsoft’s BI Strategy Now? - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series presented Microsoft ’s official position on its recent notable change in business intelligence (BI ) product strategy, whereby the company is breaking apart the business performance management (BPM ) family of products. To that end, Microsoft will include the monitoring and analytic functionality within Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 , while seriously backpedaling on (if not completely unp Read More

Deltek Going Private Again




maconomy cartesis  the case with Deltek: Maconomy was purchased two years ago and Deltek is releasing the next version early next year. Costpoint 7 was released less than a year ago. Deltek First is for government contractors and is a souped-up cloud version of GCS Premier , while PM Compass is the command center for all Deltek Enterprise Project Management (EPM) products. The vendor has invested heavily across the board, even delving into the social collaboration/productivity world with the upcoming Deltek Kona product. Read More

Deltek and Maconomy: Gearing Up for the Global Service Economy?


Both the “old” Deltek (pre-2005) and “new” Deltek (from 2005 on) have not been strangers to acquisitions, but these were largely well thought-out and appetizing (“nip in”) purchases of smaller companies that had either an attractive piece of technology or install base (or both). However, in early June 2010, immediately after its Insight 2010 user conference, Deltek

maconomy cartesis  its intent to acquire Maconomy A/S , a Denmark-based provider of solutions to the professional services market.  On July 6, Deltek announced the completion of its tender offer to acquire the European enterprise resourceplanning (ERP) provider . Founded in 1983 and public since 2000, Maconomy has more than 200 employees and 600 customers in approximately 60 countries and has a significant presence among top advertising, public relations (PR), accounting, and consulting companies. Maconomy thus Read More

Some Belated Insights from, well, Deltek Insight 2010 - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series started with me lamenting my inability to attend the Deltek Insight 2010 conference. However, I recently had an in-depth post-event recap instead with Deltek’s in-the-know staff members. What then followed in Part 1 were descriptions of the major developments that transpired at Deltek Insight 2010 in terms of already released products and those

maconomy cartesis  INPUT :  Since purchasing Maconomy in June 2010, Deltek made another transformational move when it purchased INPUT in early October 2010, a company that was renowned for offering deep government market research and analysis and in-depth opportunity intelligence about government contracts that are up for bid. Unlike Maconomy, INPUT is not a traditional software company, so why would the vendor make this move? Consistent with its strategy of selling solutions to its customers, Deltek purchased INPUT for Read More

Assessing Deltek’s Ongoing Transformation


Conventional wisdom would imply that a software company that changes its owners and CEO in the same year might be in some kind of trouble or facing stormy waters. But, Deltek vigorously claims that nothing is farther from the truth. Quite the contrary, in fact—via its 2012 acquisition by Thoma Bravo, Deltek believes it has found a dedicated and committed financial backer. In addition, there was

maconomy cartesis  of Deltek’s products ( Maconomy , Deltek Vision , Deltek First , etc.) bolsters Deltek’s claim that it is business as usual with the growing software company.  In fact, while the company no longer reports its financial results that now that it is private, the company has said that 2012 was a record year from a product and total revenue perspective. Seems like stable times are ahead for the company. Deltek Insight 2012 Parker’s last major job at Deltek was to oversee the company’s annual user Read More

Enterprise Systems and Post-implementation Agility-No Longer an Oxymoron?


The need to support flexibility prior to installation of enterprise systems has largely been mastered by many vendors. But what is really more important is ongoing agility after the installation. Agresso seems to have raised the bar in this regard.

maconomy cartesis  likes of CODA , Maconomy , Exact Software (see Global Software Aspirations ), Epicor iScala , etc. While developing ABW 5.5., Agresso tried to focus more on the empowerment and alignment of people. To that end, there have been significant investments in HR processes such as recruitment and deployment, and in the improved user interface (UI), as well as in information delivery via executive desktops and enhanced reporting and analysis tools. As for the focus on optimizing workplace and service delivery Read More

Deltek Insight 2013-Discovering More


Celebrating 30 years of delivering purpose built solutions for professional services organizations, this year’s Deltek user conference, Deltek Insight 2013, was recently held in Dallas, TX. The theme for the conference was “Discover More” and Deltek’s recent history and the conference have lived up to this promise. The more than 2,500 attendees at Insight 2013 were entertained, inspired, and

maconomy cartesis  needed to develop reports. Maconomy Version 2.0 was just released last year and includes the new streamlined workspaces interface. The recently released version 2.1 adds a significant number of new features to the product, and there has been a lot of work put into the approvals engine in this version. Previously, customers needed to have an external workflow tool to handle complex approvals. Professional services solutions in the cloud are also proliferating across the Deltek universe. Both Vision and Mac Read More

Has The BI Market Consolidation Been Crystal-Clearly Actuated? Part Two: Market Impact


In addition to products' rationalization, the integration at sales and cultural levels will be challenging. In general, existing customers of involved merging vendors should be alert, but they should still look at these events as positive.

maconomy cartesis  The BI Market Consolidation Been Crystal-Clearly Actuated? Part Two: Market Impact Event Summary The frantic first week of June that marked an outright internecine war in the ERP space, seems to have been somewhat repeated in the second half of July, but this time in the business intelligence (BI) market. The following acquisitions were announced: Business Objects will acquire Crystal Decisions Hyperion will acquire Brio Software Actuate Corporation has completed the acquisition of Nimble Technology Gea Read More

Fujitsu Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia's Comeback Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations


Glovia has managed to maintain its existing customers' satisfaction level while successfully re-inventing itself. As a result, it has maintained a presence among the top 10 manufacturing ERP vendors in several markets. One cannot help feeling that Glovia's knowledge of its target market has always been deeper than its market visibility and share.

maconomy cartesis  Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia's Comeback Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations Challenges In October 2003, a leading provider of extended ERP solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) and high volume manufacturers, Glovia International , announced it formed a strategic alliance with Fujitsu Software Corporation to provide manufacturers, customers and suppliers with improved collaboration and integration capabilities. Glovia International is headquartered in El Segundo, California, (US) and is Read More

Will A Big Fish's Splash Cause Minnows' Flush Out Of The CRM Pond? Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations


The ultimate success of Microsoft CRM will be judged by its follow-up releases. While Applix’ decision to abandon the CRM space and suddenly re-focus on BPM may be regarded as a not quite deliberate move, but rather as a sudden act of taking another plunge. Is the Applix move a harbinger of the future for smaller CRM vendors?

maconomy cartesis  A Big Fish's Splash Cause Minnows' Flush Out Of The CRM Pond? Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Event Summary On January 21, Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ), a division of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), announced the long awaited North American general availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Customer Relationship Management ( Microsoft CRM ). Coincidentally or not, on January 23, Applix, Inc. , (NASDAQ: APLX), a global provider of analytic and CRM business solutions, Read More

Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part II)


Well, a few months after Part I of this blog post was published, which focused on Deltek's pre-New Mountain Capital private equity investment era, the time has finally come for us to analyze why being again publicly traded should (or should not) work better for Deltek this time. If one is to judge merely by the most recent financial figures, it would appear to be working well, but my focus here is

maconomy cartesis  and industry-specific players like Maconomy , Meridian Systems and BST Global . After thorough analyses and considerations, Deltek decided to tackle both existing and new customers as well as new markets by further penetrating current vertical segments, entering new verticals and via a geographic expansion. But before that could take place in earnest, Deltek also spotted an opportunity of some greener pastures in terms of offering new products (capabilities) and expanding their functional footprint, Read More