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MAPICS Red Ink Stained While Extending Its Offering
In May MAPICS Inc. announced the controlled delivery of the Point.Man Extended Enterprise Edition. Earlier, on May 4, MAPICS Inc. reported results for the

mapics baan  While Extending Its Offering MAPICS Red Ink Stained While Extending Its Offering P.J. Jakovljevic - June 20, 2000 Event Summary As published in the company's May 9 press release, MAPICS Inc., a leading provider of e-business enterprise applications for manufacturers, announced the controlled delivery of the Point.Man Extended Enterprise Edition, which enables customers, suppliers, distributors and partners to collaborate via the Internet. MAPICS has provided Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions Read More...
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Baan Defectors - Is This Only Tip of an Iceberg?
While Baan may have avoided euthanasia in the nick of time, evidence is mounting that a number of anxious and/or disgruntled customers have not found this

mapics baan  PeopleSoft, J.D. Edwards, Symix, MAPICS, QAD, as well as ROI Systems in this specific example, are only a few of the vendors, which have, with different level of candidness, developed strategies of preying on dissatisfied and apprehensive organizations where those doomed systems have been implemented. Invensys should, without any delay, address customers' concerns by unequivocally stating its more detailed product strategy and the timeframe for its delivery. Also, it is very important that the company Read More...
Thru-Put Announces Features For New APS Release
Internet collaboration is all the rage and SCM vendors are web enabling client/server-based applications in an effort to retain current customers and entice

mapics baan  choice for Atlanta-based MAPICS. MAPICS acquired Thru-Put indirectly through its purchase of Pivotpoint, Inc. in January 2000. Although the company is working to integrate Thru-Put APS with its AS/400 enterprise application suite XA, it continues to operate Thru-Put as a separate division based in San Jose, CA. Its web capabilities are welcome enhancements, but are hardly a differentiator in themselves. CTP has been available for over a year from many competitors such as i2 Technologies and Adexa; while Read More...
MAPICS, Inc. to Acquire Pivotpoint, Expanding e-business Offerings for Mid-Sized Manufacturing Establishments
On December 15, MAPICS, Inc. a leading provider of enterprise business applications for mid-sized manufacturing companies, announced a definitive agreement to

mapics baan  With this aggressive move, MAPICS immediately expands its offerings across multiple platforms, including Windows NT, UNIX, Linux and AS/400. In return, Pivotpoint gains access to MAPICS' worldwide network of affiliate sales organizations, long recognized as one of the best in the industry. An important advantage of this partnership is that it positions us as the e-business leader in our combined markets, said Dick Cook, MAPICS' president and chief executive officer. Pivotpoint applications are Read More...
What Does Vendor Consolidation Mean To The End User?
End-user companies should track the financial health of their vendors to see if the vendor will be a collector or one of the collected. If the end-user company

mapics baan  On Acquisitions? ), while MAPICS acquired Frontstep (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ). In a spate of recent acquisitions, one should not forget Microsoft buying Great Plains and Navision (see Microsoft 'The Great' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again ). What is the current and future impact of these on the end-user enterprise? Why Consolidation? For years, application vendors have fueled their economic success through new accounts but things have changed. Most application software Read More...
Recommendations for Users of Acquired Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
The added value of both SSA Global and Infor is that existing users of relatively small and dubious ERP products should now gain the benefits of synergistic

mapics baan  for Users of Acquired Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Added Value The added value of both SSA Global and Infor is that existing users of relatively small and dubious enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers should now gain the benefits of synergistic software developments from other ERP siblings. This is Part Six of the six-part series The Enterprise Applications Arms Race To Be Number Three . This article is part of a comparative analysis of SSA Global and Infor, two contenders Read More...
Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
MAPICS remains a stable company, with a strong financial position, depth of manufacturing knowledge, a strong customer service record, and a developed affiliate

mapics baan  the last several months MAPICS has shown both the signs of significant changes and the persistence of a number of its historically recognizable invariant tenets of operation. Following the acquisition of its former competitor, Frontstep , (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ), MAPICS, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAPX) became possibly the largest global provider of extended enterprise applications for solving the challenges of discrete manufacturers. MAPICS has never departed from its conservative approach Read More...
Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Two: More Recent Events
MAPICS remains a customer-focused organization with the mantra of helping customers in select verticals become world-class manufacturers.

mapics baan  the last several months MAPICS has shown both the signs of significant changes and the persistence of a number of its historically recognizable invariant tenets of operation. Following the acquisition of its former competitor, Frontstep , (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ), MAPICS, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAPX) became possibly the largest global provider of extended enterprise applications for solving the challenges of discrete manufacturers. MAPICS has never departed from its conservative approach Read More...
Infor Wins Big at BAE Systems Military Air
One industry where the Infor LN enterprise resource planning (ERP) product is undergoing a renaissance of sorts is automotive. Another industry would be complex

mapics baan  Wins Big at BAE Systems Military Air One industry where the Infor LN enterprise resource planning (ERP) product is  undergoing a renaissance of sorts is automotive . Another industry would be complex manufacturing in the aerospace and defense (A&D) sector. Most recently, the aerospace giant BAE Systems Military Air & Information (MAI) has revealed plans to  rationalize its ERP arsenal using Infor LN , which will be rolled out across the United Kingdom as the corporate ERP standard and is expected Read More...
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically Part 4: Competition and User Recommendations
Production management remains MAPICS’ strongest spot, and, therefore, it has often been implemented only in manufacturing divisions of large global

mapics baan  of the market since MAPICS is not at the forefront of natively provided multi-national financials/consolidation, budgeting, project accounting/management, and human resources (HR) functionality. Without these in hand, it is a tall order for any vendor to penetrate the corporate management level competing against likes of Oracle, SAP and PeopleSoft. Production management remains MAPICS' strongest spot, and, therefore, it has often been implemented only in manufacturing divisions of large global Read More...
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Aging Gracefully With The ‘New Kids On The Block’
Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000’s. ERP will

mapics baan  (formerly Symix Systems ), MAPICS , Navision , Infinium Software, American Software , Sage , Ross Systems , Fourth Shift (now part of AremisSoft ), Made2Manage Systems , Lilly Software , ROI Systems , Macola Software (now a division of Exact ), Syspro , Scala , Ramco Systems , Pronto , and several dozens more of smaller or niche ERP players. In the 80's and 90's, businesses were subject to increased global competition, resulting in a pressure to lower production costs, improve product performance and Read More...
'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys
Baan is now iBaan, fully focused on the Internet via Portals and web technologies, across CRM, ERP, and SCM spaces.

mapics baan  Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys 'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys R. Garland - September 20, 2001 Introduction  In the early 90's, ERP came of age. Everyone had to have the functionality ERP packages promised. Since then, as Web and Internet technologies have matured, CRM on the front end, and e-Procurement and Supply Chain Management on the back end, Read More...
IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun
In the latest phase of its campaign to unseat Sun as the dominant Internet server brand, IBM has released a slew of performance benchmarks for its 'eServer

mapics baan  Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun R. Krause - November 2, 2000 Event Summary [Source: IBM] 10/16/2000 IBM has introduced the eServer pSeries 680 - and announced it will ship the UNIX-based system to customers beginning Nov. 17. Code-named Turbo, the pSeries 680 has captured eight major performance benchmark records using up to 24 copper microprocessors with IBM's Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technology. (See IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus .) Additional Read More...
Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems
This article, originally published in Engineering Times, on how companies are employing ERP is based on an interview with Ben Spencer, TEC’s Senior Director of

mapics baan  is the Name of the Game in Software Systems Introduction    For a manufacturer seeking better communication between its engineering and manufacturing wings, as well as a design-build engineering firm trying to expand its profit margins, a business process streamlined across the entire enterprise is a valuable commodity. Companies are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software tools at an increasing rate to help smooth the rough edges of their business practices. ERP attempts to integrat Read More...

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