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7 Tips for Hiring Great Consultants » The TEC Blog
got it right… * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 4 + 7 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection Tag Cloud analytics bi BPM Business Intelligence CAD Cloud Cloud Computing CRM customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM hr human capital management ibm industry watch infor Manufacturing Mobile on demand Oracle plm product lifecycle management retail SaaS

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: Consultant, Consulting, hiring, IT Service Provider, talent management, talent pool, var, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
07-06-2012

Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains
Siebel and Great Plains recently announced plans to expand their partnership allowing Great Plains' VARs to sell Siebel's eBusiness Applications. This agreement will allow Great Plains partners to sell a wide range of enterprise applications to upper-midmarket organizations

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: Siebel MidMarket Edition 2000 named Great Plains Siebel Front Office exclusively through VARs. The partnership will allow Great Plains VARs to offer front office enterprise applications to upper-midmarket organizations (annual revenue $250M-$500M) that require functionality beyond what Great Plains Siebel Front Office provides. Paramount to the success of this partnership is acceptance from the approximately 500 Great Plains VARs that currently sell Great Plains Siebel Front Office. With no direct sales
10/3/2000

The ASP Decision
The ASP model is the latest in a long line of silver bullets that are supposed to simplify the delivery of technology’s benefits to the business world. This article provides some simple guidelines for determining if you should consider the ASP model along with thoughts on selecting an ASP.

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: The ASP Decision The ASP Decision P. Hennigan - December 6, 2000 Read Comments Introduction About every eighteen to twenty-four months the technology industry identifies the latest in a long line of silver bullets that will simplify the delivery of technology s benefits to the business world. The ASP model has recently enjoyed that distinction and the accompanying hype. Unfortunately, wading through the hype to determine if this particular silver bullet can bring value to your business is an arduous task.
12/6/2000

Great Plains on a Shopping Spree
On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. In a separate move, Great Plains also unveiled plans to acquire Fixed Asset Management LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Forestar Group to gain the rights to Forestar's Fixed Asset Management product, which allows a company to record, track, depreciate, and analyze its fixed assets.

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: Great Plains on a Shopping Spree Great Plains on a Shopping Spree P.J. Jakovljevic - January 28, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. Through the acquisition, Great Plains expects to add over 20,000 mid-market customers and expand its channel capacity
1/28/2000

It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Expand your knowledge about Business Process Management (BPM), read TEC's whitepaper entitled It's About Process. Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations, particularly larger ones. TEC analyst PJ Jakovljevic takes you on a guided tour through workflow automation—or business process management (BPM)—and shows how these solutions can help ensure standardized adoption of processes, with highlights on several key BPM vendors.

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: by Cordys) , to name only a few. Even the likes of QPR Software , although not necessarily multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) -based , have an enticing approach to providing BPM solutions, which allows a phased approach for BPM suites adoption. The major benefit of this approach is that a company does not have to commit a large amount of resources to make or break a BPM project. Instead, this flexible BPM adoption approach allows customers to implement BPM in-house at a pace that suits them best
1/14/2009 1:50:00 PM

Microsoft And Great Plains – A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage
Software giant Microsoft treated itself with a $1.1B Christmas present; it announced an agreement to acquire its long-term partner Great Plains Software, a business application provider for the low-end of the market. Will this move alienate Microsoft from a slew of other partners competing in the same space, even as the rumors of yet another antitrust legal action abound?

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: SAP and PeopleSoft, to name but a few. While Microsoft may try to stay at the low end of the market and, therefore, also out of the way of its big applications developing partners, it will not be that easy as many Tier 1 applications vendors have increasingly been targeting the same market segment (for more information, see SAP Claims Big Gains In The Low-End Battleground ). And what about a plethora of smaller vendors that are direct Great Plains competitors and whose products are also
1/16/2001

The Devil’s in the Details (Based on a True Story) » The TEC Blog
to his arrival. * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 1 + 9 ?     Notify me of followup comments via e-mail --> The TEC Blog Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection Tag Cloud analytics bi BPM Business Intelligence CAD Cloud Cloud Computing CRM customer relationship management Epicor ERP HCM hr human capital management ibm industry watch infor Manufacturing Mobile on demand Oracle plm product lifecycle management retail SaaS

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: analytics capabilities, BPM deployment project, enterprise software, implementations, software vendor, stakeholders, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
04-11-2010

Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation
On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its ASP partner program to better meet the diverse needs of its ASP partners and their customers

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Introduction This is the second of three articles about Great Plains resulting from TEC analysts attending the Great Plains partners meeting, Stampede 2000, in September. The meeting provided the opportunity for in-depth research on how Siebel and Great Plains operate. The TEC analysts were able to interview both Great Plains
10/4/2000

5 Great Business Analytics Opportunities for Midsize Businesses
Many midsize organizations are collecting large amounts of data but lack the resources to mine much value from it. Technical complexity and cost have been major limiting factors, and the result is missed opportunities, wasted time, and redundant effort. All of this hits the bottom line and has historically put midsize companies at a disadvantage. But all that is changing. New tools are emerging that make analytics accessible to almost everyone, and you don't need a Ph.D. in statistics to use them. This session will discuss and demonstrate how midsize organizations can dig into data about their customers and their business and put this insight into action to reduce costs and generate revenues.

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: 5 Great Business Analytics Opportunities for Midsize Businesses 5 Great Business Analytics Opportunities for Midsize Businesses Source: IBM Document Type: Web Cast Description: Many midsize organizations are collecting large amounts of data but lack the resources to mine much value from it. Technical complexity and cost have been major limiting factors, and the result is missed opportunities, wasted time, and redundant effort. All of this hits the bottom line and has historically put midsize companies at
5/16/2013 4:23:00 PM

“Whistler” Beta on the Web?
Source code for a future Microsoft OS, code-named “Whistler”, mysteriously appeared on the Internet in mid-March. How did it get there? Does it matter? And why does Microsoft management keep making statements that are later retracted?

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: “Whistler” Beta on the Web? “Whistler” Beta on the Web? R. Krause - April 14, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [3/23/00] For the second time in approximately a month, a senior Microsoft executive has publicly reversed himself, or been reversed by HQ, before the ink was dry . In February, it was Chief Software Architect Bill Gates. (Refer to TEC News Analysis Microsoft says: Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Glasses for the earlier instance.) This time, it was Jim Allchin, the vice
4/14/2000

Negotiating the Best Software Deal
TechnologyEvaluation.COM analysts have separated the software negotiation process into three discrete categories. All three are critical individually, yet should always be pursued within the context of the larger discussion.

NAME OF THE SEVEN GREAT LAKES: well as write a named contact into the deal in the case of specific questions on new features and functions. Do not allow the vendor to tie its software license grant to the renewal of its maintenance/support coverage. The software and maintenance licenses should be defined as separate transactions and negotiated separately. If the client organization decides not to renew its maintenance contract, it should retain the right to utilize the software as it pleases. Ensure that vendor price increases do not
9/29/2000


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