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Made2Manage Offers New Functionality And A VIP Treatment Part 2: Market Impact
During last two years, Made2Manage had mobilized its resources to evolve from a vendor of traditional ERP software to a provider of 'one-stop-shop' enterprise

navision concord  within an industry (e.g., Navision ), Made2Manage's above-mentioned strengths may soon be emulated and loose its differentiation value. The company should, therefore, try to interest its VARs into industry specialization and provision of vertical extensions. User Recommendations While it is unclear how many smaller vendors will survive the shrinking and more crowded market intact and avoid either bankruptcy or assimilation, Made2Manage has been taking strides that should help it weather the storm. The Read More...
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Manufacturing Environments and Integration with Other Functions
This continues a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

navision concord  factors that differentiate Microsoft Navision have been summarized above. These design factors influence how the system fits together to run a business, especially the key business processes for managing supply chain activities in manufacturing and distribution. About the Author Dr. Scott Hamilton , as a consultant, developer, user, and researcher, has specialized in information systems for manufacturing and distribution for three decades. Scott has consulted worldwide with over a thousand firms, Read More...
Stand Out in the Crowd
It pays to clearly and compellingly differentiate your products from those of your competitors. How will Microsoft Business Solutions differentiate its products

navision concord  Plains , Solomon , Navision , and FRx Software. Several months ago, MBS launched a substantial print advertising campaign. One- and two- page ads promote the following benefit: MBS products gives you the insight you need to make smarter decisions. This statement defines a clear, succinct market position. Well done, MBS—except for one thing. The position is almost identical to MBS's leading competitor, Best Software , which has occupied the insight position for nearly two years and has developed Read More...
IDe (Integrated Development Enterprise)
Headquartered in Concord, Massachusetts (US), IDe is a provider of Internet-based development chain management (DCM) solutions. The company was incorporated in

navision concord  ,i d web,id web,IDe,idea,IDweb,innovation,Integrated Development Enterprise,pipeline,portfolio,PPM,product,project,resource Read More...
Second Foundation Consulting
Second Foundation is a full service accounting consulting organization that delivers the most complex and demanding accounting system solutions for mid

navision concord  Microsoft Great Plains, Microsoft Navision, ACCPAC International and Best Software. All of these vendors are leaders in the mid-market accounting software industry. Additionally Second Foundation is a certified partner for Citrix and Microsoft solutions. Read More...
Microsoft 'The Great' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
Microsoft's reticence to comment on any timelines of product integration and operations mergers, to our belief, stems from their genuine inability to foresee it

navision concord  an agreement to acquire Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies. The acquisition is seen to bring together the complementary geographic and product strengths of Navision with Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions , enhancing Microsoft's ability to deliver interconnected .NET business solutions for small and mid-market businesses. The acquisition is structured as a stock and cash purchase based on an offer to shareholders of 300DKK per share. Read More...
Microsoft
Microsoft Business Solutions (NASDAQ: MSFT), which includes the businesses of Great Plains, Microsoft bCentral, and Navision a/s, offers a range of business

navision concord  Plains, Microsoft bCentral, and Navision a/s, offers a range of business applications for small and mid-market businesses. Microsoft Business Solutions applications can help automate end-to-end business processes across the following areas. Financials Distribution Project accounting Electronic commerce Human resources (HR) and payroll Manufacturing Supply chain management (SCM) Business intelligence (BI) Sales and marketing management Customer service and support Read More...
Epicor Delivers On Milestones, But Its Situation Remains Bleak
On November 21, Epicor introduced the immediate availability of Epicor eManufacturing, the next generation of its former Vantage manufacturing solution. However

navision concord  like Great Plains and Navision, which have decided to deliver their capabilities in manageable chunks, seems to have paid off even though their offerings are narrower than Epicor's. Further, Epicor's requirement of exclusivity for its resellers has caused its indirect channel to dwindle and has reduced its ability to attract new resellers. While exclusivity might create deeper commitment and expertise in its reseller channel in the long term, we believe that the timing of the initiative was poor. As a Read More...
Epicor Claims The Forefront Of CRM.NET-ification. Part 2: Market Impact and User Recommendations
Epicor’s ability to enhance its products and its determination on executing product and technology strategies deserves commendation. Current users are advised

navision concord  Microsoft's Great Plains and Navision enterprise counterparts amid still difficult market situation, Epicor might be showing us that 'a brave heart and wise mind' might keep it in the mid-market leadership race amongst a slew of formidable opponents. The company has recently also made attempts to logically group and brand an unwieldy number of its products. In manufacturing, which would be approximately half of its customer base, Epicor has Vantage and Avante as its major ERP products while the ' e by Read More...
Financial Reporting, Planning, and Budgeting As Necessary Pieces of EPM Part One: Executive Summary
Enterprise performance management (EPM) is an emerging portfolio of applications and methodologies with business intelligence (BI) architectures and

navision concord  Solomon (the integration with Navision and Axapta is under way). Other financial reporting providers like F9 or Timeline have almost as impressive a list of ERP partners. As an example, MBS for Analytics — FRx (formerly FRx Financial Reporter ), with its spreadsheet-like interface, can consolidate financial data from disparate accounting systems even if they use different code structures, fiscal years, or server sites. By pulling information already set up in the GL, the product automatically Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics AX: The Chosen One Among Microsoft Dynamics ERP Equals? - Part 1
I have no reason to doubt Kirill Tatarinov, thus far the longest-standing corporate VP of Microsoft Business Solutions, when he keeps reassuring the market

navision concord  the 2002 acquisition of Navision ( which also included former Damgaard ’s Axapta product, the predecessor of Microsoft Dynamics AX ) and the  late-2000 acquisition of Great Plains (which also included Solomon , Microsoft Dynamics SL ’s predecessor ) there were some obvious demarcation lines between the four ERP products.  Namely, Microsoft Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains) is a broad-based and compact ERP system. The product features deep out-of-the-box financial/accounting, e-commerce, and Read More...
Ultimate Connection Seeking Its US Retail Connection Through Solomon Software Partners
Great Plains announced at the Solomon Partner Conference in August, a number of new product enhancements and/or product alliances for its recently acquired

navision concord  company's successful partnership with Navision in the European market. We expect Ultimate Connection to pursue a number of alliances with other mid-market ERP vendors. Ultimate Connection's products are particularly appropriate for those ERP vendors who have failed to provide their own vertical solutions, which are aimed at retail industry specific solutions. Its value proposition may be welcomed in this market and will infuse fresh air into an industry that has traditionally been underserved. However, no Read More...
Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

navision concord  Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem Introduction As recently as a year ago the mantra just keep it running drowned out every other voice in the information technology (IT) universe. Corporate IT infrastructures had become so mind-numbingly complex that staff had everything it could do just to keep everything running - never mind how well it might have been running. When employees complained about performance, IT staff was not responsive. Unfortunately, Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics: ERP as a Platform
As ERP becomes more and more of a commodity, vendors are faced with the challenge of delivering an affordable core offering by delivering just the right mix of

navision concord  back when it was Navision is something Microsoft itself may not officially highlight, but it's a detail that should probably be considered by today’s buyers.  In general, Microsoft partners who have a past history with the Dynamics NAV solution prior to the acquisition have a higher caliber of product expertise than many competitors which have built their channel primarily on a “pay to play” business model. Even so, the typical buyer of ERP may not be aware of Navision’s history demanding that Read More...

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