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Intuitive Manufacturing Systems Shows Maturity in Adolescent Age Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
As long as the

navision compiler  industry (such as, MBS Navision and Epicor), Intuitive''s above-mentioned simplicity tune may soon be emulated and lose its differentiation value. The company should, therefore, try to leverage the impending .NET rewrite (and its promise of faster software development) to interest its resellers in industry specialization and provision of vertical extensions, or should internally vertically incline its product offering and develop industry templates, wizards and implementation methodologies to further Read More...
SAP Tries Another, Bifurcated Tack At A Small Guy
As the battle for the mid-market intensifies and each Tier 1 vendor is exhibiting its bag of tricks for small-to-medium enterprises, SAP is trying a twofold

navision compiler  Software , Made2Manage or Navision . So far the direct sales approach has often proven inappropriate for the market segment. It is much a different case when a local partner, well versed with the issues and fears of the customer (and who can even strike a cultural rapport with them, being a native of the region) represents SAP, particularly if the partner specializes in the customer''s industry. The fact that SAP has had a strong channel-driven SMB business in the rest of the world may prove the point. Read More...
Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 2: A Timesaving Solution
Since a ''one-size-fits-all'' product is still not quite a viable possibility, almost every product can win provided a certain set of requirements. The Catch 22

navision compiler  Great Plains Solomon IV Navision Attain Navision Axapta (Formerly Damgaard Axapta) Oracle Oracle Applications QAD MFG/PRO Ramco e.Applications Relevant Business Systems INFIMACS II ROI Systems MANAGE 2000 SAP mySAP.com Syspro IMPACT Encore To accommodate different needs and/or budgets, TEC offers different options for accessing the TEC KB''s content at http://webtess2.technologyevaluation.com : To access one selected vendor''s data for a week: $250 To access three selected vendors'' data for a week: $600 To Read More...
SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-Drive Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
SAP’s viability and its business applications market’s leadership remains unscathed, as the company remains rock-solid and will be the leader for a long time to

navision compiler  Microsoft''s Great Plains and Navision offerings (see Microsoft ''The Great'' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again ), Epicor and Best Software to name only few. Looking at the SCM market, SAP challenges the pure player likes of i2 , Logility , and Manugistics . On the PLM front SAP stacks itself against the slew of pure product data management (PDM)/PLM software vendors from the engineering design side (i.e., PTC , EDS , IBM/Dassault Systems , Matrix One , Agile Software , Sequencia , etc.), and on Read More...
Microsoft to Add
MBS'' current strategy of letting extension functionality proliferate spontaneously largely resembles the current development practice of the open source

navision compiler  MBS Solomon , MBS Navision , or MBS Axapta . MBS may contend that this has always been a Great Plains only play, and thus, because the product is built on Dexterity it is the tightest solution possible and there are no plans to extend it to the other ERP solutions at this stage. In fact, there will even be a sort of an internal competition, given that MBS already has a partnership with Serenic Software , whose Navigator product is a nonprofit and public sector accounting add-on to MBS Navision. Hence, Read More...
Best Software Delivers More Insights To Its Partners (As Well As To The Market) Part Four: Market Impact Continued
Sage Group''s decision to finally group its plethora of enterprise-level applications in North America under the Best Software brand in 2002 emanated from the

navision compiler  which includes a proprietary Navision Server database and a proprietary 4GL programming language; Navision strong analytical features using Sum Indexed Flow Technology (SIFT) ; and the proprietary MorphX graphical development suite for Axapta). Best Software further even publishes database schemas and provides complete documentation and source code to third-party software developers/Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). In February 2002, Best Software also added process manufacturing to its offerings with Read More...
Great Plains Unveils New E-Commerce Solution
eSell is targeted at businesses looking for a quick road to the Internet.

navision compiler  mid market, such as Navision , Epicor , and Sage Software . A key benefit of eSell is the packaged integration to Great Plains '' other applications. As long as companies do not require that special data be passed from storefront to back office processes, the integrated solution can be implemented quickly with minimal involvement of user personnel. Great Plains has anticipated the need for implementation services by forging alliances with integration firms, most recently Tompkins Associates , LLC , and is Read More...
Kewill And Microsoft Great Plains To Further Mutually Complement
While Microsoft Great Plains and Kewill will offer a potentially awesome combined offering worldwide, their competitors will bet on products that cover all the

navision compiler  software providers (e.g., Syspro, Navision, Epicor, Pronto, Lilly, Scala, etc.). Manufacturing enterprises do not typically feel comfortable buying their manufacturing software from a traditional accounting software provider, whose parent''s name has also been associated with the desktop and office management applications. Another Microsoft Great Plains'' strategic focus remains global expansion, particularly in Europe and Asia/Pacific, where Kewill''s presence should also help. The alliance has a great mean Read More...
Navision Becoming More Visible
In March Navision Software a/s announced it signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company''s partner

navision compiler  Becoming More Visible Navision Becoming More Visible P.J. Jakovljevic - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary In March Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of financial and business management software solutions for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market, announced it has signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company''s partner network of more than 900 Navision Solution Centers to sell and distribute Microsoft BackOffice products Read More...
Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 4: User Recommendations
Despite the plausible product roadmap, any organization evaluating MBS products should keep itself informed, and consider existing functionality only. MBS, at

navision compiler  Great Plains, Solomon and/or Navision if you are rapidly changing small or medium enterprise with less than $100 million in revenues. MBS Solomon suite has only basic manufacturing capabilities, but with strengths in project accounting, PSA and inventory management. Also, MBS Great Plains is a more packaged application, while MBS Navision is more suited to prospect with a need for flexibility and easy customization. On the other hand, MBS Axapta should be evaluated in less agile and changing medium and Read More...
Microsoft Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part Three: Challenges and Competition
While on the surface, there are few economic or strategic reasons for organizations to persist with electronic data interchange (EDI), many seem reluctant to

navision compiler  Great Plains , MBS Navision , MBS Solomon , Microsoft CRM , and related services. The main takeaway was that MBS continues to invest in its current offerings to provide customers with the enriched functionality they need to remain competitive in today''s evolving marketplace and exploit their existing information technology (IT) investments by streamlining business processes, and by more easily accessing the information that they need to make educated business decisions. Given the immense ongoing Read More...
Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 3: Challenges
MBS is both a threat and an opportunity for the most nimble vendors, and mid-market CRM vendors might have acquired another lease of life extension in the

navision compiler  With the addition of Navision ''s array of applications, some of which had long been direct competition to the incumbent Great Plains products and with many products still leveraging proprietary toolsets, the division will have a challenge to figure out how to leverage the installed base and how to avoid impending products/geographies conflicts in over 4,000 combined partners, which have been savvy enough to know that customers do not migrate just to please their software provider. While the idea to Read More...
PeopleSoft Internationalizes Its Mid-Market Forays Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations
Despite the challenges, PeopleSoft has raised the bar in providing solutions for smaller enterprises, and Tier 2 and Tier 3 vendors might be in for a tough

navision compiler  (former Great Plains and Navision ) offerings (see Microsoft ''The Great'' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again ), Epicor , Exact Software and Best Software to name only few. Recent SAP''s vacillations to deliver more than accelerated watered down'' mySAP solutions (see SAP Tries Another, Bifurcated Tack At A Small Guy ) and its quandary to recruit channel partners and overcome the barrier to entry will not pass PeopleSoft either. Oracle and Siebel have also long been grappling with their like Read More...
Competition Heats Up in ERP Market: Oracle Merger, and SAP and Microsoft Reacts
Although Oracle''s product roadmap is beginning to take shape it does not include active marketing of the PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards product lines. As a result

navision compiler  former Great Plains and Navision (see Microsoft ''The Great'' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again ) in its unveiled quest to create a $10 billion (USD) application business empire by 2010. Given that its current applications revenue is only about $700 million (USD) or so, plus the modest to dismal prospects of organic growth in a still docile economy, it is logical to deduce remaining $9 billion in revenues will be supplemented through acquisitions. This is especially probable given Microsoft''s Read More...
The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series went through the first three generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product, which at the time was called Navision and was owned

navision compiler  the time was called Navision and was owned by the formerly independent namesake company. How has new parent  Microsoft treated the product since acquiring it in 2002 ? Well, ongoing feedback from customers, partners, and market observers shows that Microsoft Dynamics NAV [ evaluate this product ] has maintained Navision’s original core values of simplicity (i.e., ease of use and ease of ongoing maintenance) and flexibility/adaptability , as well as a focus on fast implementations to minimize Read More...

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