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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 future  We generally recommend including Navision Software in a long list of an enterprise application selection to lower-end of the mid-market companies (with $5M-$250M in revenue) and divisions of larger enterprises, which have limited IT budget and smaller community of users (less than 75), and have significant financial accounting, distribution, and discrete manufacturing requirements, while currently not needing complex CRM and B2B e-commerce functionality. Global, centrally managed organizations that need Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Infinium and Elcom Walk Down ASP Aisle
Two companies that are redefining themselves for an ASP future enter into a partnership. Elcom’s eProcurement applications will be the first outsider in

navision future  purchase order software,e procurement software,free erp,erp products,online erp,web erp,navision software,procurement software,on demand erp,erp tool,erp software companies,manufacturing software,sage erp,tools erp,online accounting software Read More...
Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and

navision future  database. Any organization evaluating Navision Software should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, in expectation of Navision's future product introductions. Potential clients, particularly those outside Europe and the United States should also conduct preliminary research on the industry expertise of a regional Navision Solution Center (NSC), and speak with its reference Read More...
Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 3: Challenges & User Recommendations
As the current market trend is towards vendors that can provide well-rounded but vertically focused solutions for medium-sized companies, Navision seems to have

navision future  Challenges & User Recommendations Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically Part 3: Challenges & User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - December 3, 2001 Development Summary  In November 2001, Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, extended its business-to-business (B2B) solution, Commerce Gateway , to the Navision Axapta product line, giving Navision Axapta customers the opportunity to save time, lower costs and orchestrate Read More...
The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 3
Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series went through the five previous generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) product. In late 2008, at the

navision future  that the good old Navision crowd has long liked about their applications are falling away. Kurt Chen explains well in his recent blog post that Microsoft’s familiarity should not necessarily be taken as “done deal” when it comes to users’ acceptance of new technologies and abandonment of their beloved old solutions. At least the C/SIDE development environment remains the foundation for all the business management functionality of NAV. The framework is made up of several building blocks, called Read More...
Future Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 1: Disruptive Innovations
The TEC Vendor Challenge was in full swing last week, with a full slate of vendor demonstrations from Epicor, IBS, Infor, Microsoft, NetSuite, SAP, and VAI, as

navision future  Trends in Wholesale Distribution—Part 1: Disruptive Innovations The  TEC   Vendor Challenge  was in full swing last week, with a full slate of vendor demonstrations from  Epicor , IBS , Infor , Microsoft , NetSuite ,  SAP , and VAI , as well as presentations and dynamic discussions.  Aberdeen ’s Bob Heaney,  Pemeco ’s Jonathan Gross, and I had a great time at the end of the first day talking about future trends in wholesale distribution. The main trends that we see in this area can be Read More...
The Future of SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure
The ultimate winner in the SOA market will have to provide industry-specific solutions solving essential problems that others cannot. Focus must move away from

navision future  Future of SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure The Future For the Big Few vendors (primarily Oracle , SAP , and IBM) focusing on the technology lock-in of users will inevitably have to be replaced by focusing on delivering the best solution for the customer, even if it means using some components from competitors. The ultimate winner in the market will have to provide industry-specific solutions that solve essential problems that others cannot: deep domain experience coupled with industry-specific Read More...
Supplier Parks - Back to the Future
As supply chains become increasingly integrated and synchronized, we are witnessing the evolution of the business/production models (in some industries) that

navision future  Parks - Back to the Future Business Integration Models: The Old and the New Ford's River Rouge complex, the largest industrial complex in the world during the 1920's and 30's, is often cited as the prototypical example of vertical integration. Iron ore came in one side and autos came out the other end. Contrast that with the development of virtually integrated supply chains during the 80's and 90's: thousands of suppliers dispersed across the globe, each with their own role in the production of a Read More...
Oracle's Product Future: What Can the Past Tell?
Oracle does not have a history of major acquisitions, let alone experience with the subsequent integration efforts. Run by a management team that has never

navision future  s Product Future: What Can the Past Tell? Oracle's Acquisition History Oracle 's decision to acquire PeopleSoft , which finally came to fruition in December with a plum offering of approximately $10.3 billion (USD), was a bid to become the second biggest business applications provider in the market. However, Oracle, does not have a history of major acquisitions and has never faced the massive integration effort needed to be leverage its new asset. Moreover, Oracle is run by a management team that Read More...
Custom Truck Accessories Maker Lowers Costs, Sees Bright Future with New ERP Solution
The success of Panelite Inc., a manufacturer of automotive accessories, was threatened by tardy factory orders. However, by tapping into the expertise of

navision future  Truck Accessories Maker Lowers Costs, Sees Bright Future with New ERP Solution The success of Panelite Inc., a manufacturer of automotive accessories, was threatened by tardy factory orders. However, by tapping into the expertise of Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner mcaConnect, Panelite was able to boost growth by 35 percent and reduce inventory by 5 percent. As a result, it was able to increase cost savings and efficiencies. Read More...
Made2Manage Systems 'One Year After': Reenergized and Growing Part Two: Future Direction
Made2Manage focused on enriching the software ownership experience for its customers--to the point where they sometimes even volunteer to influence prospective

navision future  Systems 'One Year After': Reenergized and Growing Part Two: Future Direction Future Direction Made2Manage Systems Inc ., a former public provider of broad enterprise business systems for small and mid-size discrete manufacturers, decided over a year ago to go private under wealthy Battery Ventures . The vendor has produced tangible benefits for existing customers (e.g., the vendor's stability and sensible delivery of product functionality with increased product quality). While the company's Read More...
The Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements.

navision future  Future of Talent Management: Underlying Drivers of Change The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 Read More...
The Essential ERP - Its Genesis & Future
Knowing the history and evolution of ERP is essential to understanding its current application and its future developments. Each step in the evolution of ERP is

navision future  Essential ERP - Its Genesis & Future The Essential ERP - Its Genesis & Future P.J. Jakovljevic - December 26, 2000 Introduction Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions have become synonymous with competitive advantage, particularly throughout the 1990's. ERP systems replace islands of information with a single, packaged software solution that integrates all traditional enterprise management functions like financials, human resources, and manufacturing & logistics. Knowing the Read More...
Analytics and the Future of Hospice Quality Reporting
The pace of change is accelerating across all areas of health care with new and innovative technologies, mobile computing devices, potential changes from fee

navision future  and the Future of Hospice Quality Reporting The pace of change is accelerating across all areas of health care with new and innovative technologies, mobile computing devices, potential changes from fee-for-service to bundled pay-for-performance reimbursements, changes to care delivery with accountable care organizations, and other potential regulatory changes in the very near future. Read More...
TEC Vendor Challenge Panel Discussion Preview: Bob Eastman on Future Trends in Distribution
TEC's senior SCM analyst, Bob Eastman, is participating in a panel discussion on future trends in distribution at the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18

navision future  Vendor Challenge Panel Discussion Preview: Bob Eastman on Future Trends in Distribution TEC's senior SCM analyst, Bob Eastman, is participating in a panel discussion on future trends in distribution at the TEC Vendor Challenge event, September 18-19, 2013 in Montreal, Canada. In this sneak preview, Bob talks about disruption, disintermediation, and next-gen technologies that are helping distributors stay competitive. Read More...

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