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Surviving Amid
Maybe just for the sake of change (or some fun), let me start this blog post as a quiz question. It could go like this:Can anyone name the mid-market

name deciphering capability  like this: Can anyone name the mid-market incumbent manufacturing and distribution-oriented enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor that has a global presence (through regional territory distribution centers and a global reseller network in the United States [US], Canada, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Australia and the United Kingdom [UK]), an install base of 12,000 companies in over 60 countries, and the channel consisting of a few hundred value added resellers (VARs) that contribute to about 85 percent of Read More...
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Employee Screening Strategies
Employee screening is a critical capability for organizations today. No longer just a part of the hiring process, employee background checks, eligibility

name deciphering capability  employee screening,talent management,hiring screening,background check,background checks,performance management,talent management system,talent management framework,talent manager,what is talent management,talent management model,criminal record checks,talent management definition,talent agent,talent management strategy Read More...
Ten Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts
IT managers must understand the legal issues – at least well enough to know when there is an issue. E-commerce is so new that lawyers (and the law) are having

name deciphering capability  Nail Down Your Domain Name Do you have a dot-com name upon which you can build a brand presence? In e-commerce, brand often means everything. The domain name system was not designed to handle either today's volume of name requests or the issues raised by domain name selection. In simplest terms, domain names are registered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Problems are largely resolved through a dispute resolution system that lacks history and, at times, consistency. You might find that your Read More...
The Name and Ownership Change Roulette Wheel for Marcam Stops at SSA Global Part One: Event Summary
Sometimes, the enterprise applications market can produce many strange twists and turns, in addition to being tough for all and even cruel to some. The tale of

name deciphering capability  Name and Ownership Change Roulette Wheel for Marcam Stops at SSA Global Part One: Event Summary Event Summary SSA Global, a Chicago, IL-based extended enterprise solutions and services provider for process manufacturing, discrete manufacturing, consumer, services, and public companies worldwide, which has for the last few years become an insatiable enterprise applications market consolidator, seems to have many more aces up its sleeve. Namely, the vendor, which was once an object case of a poorly Read More...
New Era of Networks Gets Blinded By the NEON
A recent ruling by a judge in the 268th Judicial District Court in Texas has upheld a jury verdict that awarded NEON Systems $39 million in damages against New

name deciphering capability  materials not bearing the name NEON. Judge Elliott also instructed that New Era of Networks must eliminate the use of the NEON name from existing product code over the next six months. Our purpose in this suit from the very beginning was to alleviate confusion in the marketplace, said Wayne Webb, president of NEON Systems. New Era of Networks' incessant use of the mark NEON has been very confusing for customers, analysts, and the media. It has proved very difficult to brand the NEON name, but we Read More...
Prognoz
PROGNOZ is Russian for forecast. We chose the name because we're dedicated to helping organizations prepare for the future. Since 1991 we've done this through

name deciphering capability  forecast. We chose the name because we're dedicated to helping organizations prepare for the future. Since 1991 we've done this through our world-class Business Intelligence (BI) applications that feature leading-edge analytics, multi-dimensional data cubes and robust econometric forecasting tools. In the clipped pace of the Information Age, our tools help users distill raw data quickly and accurately from a multitude of sources, resulting in sound decisions and money saved. The PROGNOZ Platform is the Read More...
IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS”
EMC announced its latest high-end Symmetrix models, capable of scaling up to 19.2 terabytes of disk space. Perhaps they should name it the BASS (Big-Advanced

name deciphering capability  ibm,emc,EMC Corporation,high-end Symmetrix 8000,enterprise storage market,ibm Enterprise Storage Server,new storage,enterprise storage capacity,emc storage,emc fibre channel,new storage area network Read More...
Telligent Acquires the Messaging and Collaboration Solution Zimbra
Telligent has acquired Zimbra from VMware. According to the press release, Telligent will be merging with Zimbra and eventually change its name to Zimbra. The

name deciphering capability  and eventually change its name to Zimbra. The latter is expected to benefit from investments from Intel Capital, NXT Capital Venture Finance, BDCA, Hall Financial Group, and VMware. The leadership of the new company will be ensured by an integrated management team with Telligent's CEO Patrick Brandt at the top. The new combined company envisions itself as providing software solutions to a post-PC market, where individuals' activities would for the most part be unfolding on their mobile devices. In Read More...
A Glance at AVEVA’s Future of Plant Design
AVEVA, a computer aided design (CAD) pioneer, opened its doors under the name CADCentre in 1967 as a breakaway of a research initiative of Cambridge University.

name deciphering capability  its doors under the name CADCentre in 1967 as a breakaway of a research initiative of Cambridge University. Its history is closely related to the Silicon Fen phenomenon, which is the UK equivalent of the high-tech and information technology (IT) hub Silicon Valley. Important milestones in the history of the company include the release of the world’s first plant design management system (PDMS), in 1976, plant visualization system, in 1988, and Internet-based solution for plant design, in 1998. These Read More...
Finding the Key to Small Manufacturer’s Profits - Part 1
This post starts with a trivia question: Please name the mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor that has existed the longest in the market with an

name deciphering capability  with a trivia question: Please name the mid-market  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  vendor that has existed the longest in the market with an ERP product that has never been merged with another product? In addition, the vendor and its product offerings have never been covered by TEC and myself. As a hint, the company was founded in 1979 and has always focused on discrete make-to-order (MTO) and engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing. Is there anyone out there wanting to venture a guess? If more Read More...
Demystifying Data Science as a Service (DaaS)
With advancements in technology, data science capability and competence is becoming a minimum entry requirement in areas which have not traditionally been

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What's in a name? or Enterprise systems' reincarnations (Part II)
While the Part I of this topic focused on Consona Corporation (former M2M Holdings), this time the discussion continues with the recently minted Solarsoft

name deciphering capability  to find a new name for the combined business. Namely, both firms were relatively well known in their local markets but the names have lost their original meaning and communicated little to new customers in new markets. According to the letter sent to all customers and partners, putting together a six-letter acronym didn't make sense, so the company held an internal contest and the name Solarsoft was chosen, as suggested by a member of the staff. The name was reportedly liked for its power and Read More...
ABAS Business Software-One Mid-market ERP Vendor to Watch For
ABAS Business Software has built a name for itself as a mid-market enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor to contend with. In his latest article, TEC

name deciphering capability  enterprises, and had its name changed to ABAS shortly after its inception in 1980. In 1993, ABAS introduced its first complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) package, built from the manufacturing side and rounded out with financial, cost accounting, and planning/scheduling modules. The company first exhibited at CeBit in 1993 and founded its first German sales subsidiaries in the same year in Alzenau and Berlin. In 1996, the company joined with its sister company Systems III , which was formed to Read More...
ManagedOps.com - 13 Years and 93,000 Square Feet
New Hampshire’s “Taylor Group” changes its name, builds a 93,000 square foot data center and lays out a plan to leverage 13 years of application experience to

name deciphering capability  Hampshire, recently changed its name to ManagedOps.com and secured $50 million in first-round financing. The investment will help accelerate the expansion of the company as it pursues an Application Service Provider business model. Dan Taylor started The Taylor Group in 1987 after he purchased a copy of Insight, (a popular accounting package at the time) taught himself how to use it, and set out to work with computer retailers, providing consultant and training services to companies that purchased Read More...
Hi from Kurt: TEC's New PLM Analyst
Hi, my name is Kurt, and I am a new member of the Research Analyst Group at TEC. Before contributing anything else to this blog site, I’d like to briefly

name deciphering capability  PLM Analyst Hi, my name is Kurt, and I am a new member of the Research Analyst Group at TEC . Before contributing anything else to this blog site, I’d like to briefly introduce myself. I’m from China, where I earned my degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked for 10 years mainly helping manufacturers plan and implement information systems. During the last 5 years in China, I invested all my energy into building up a product lifecycle management (PLM) developer. This period of time gave me not only Read More...

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