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The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Part 4: Market Predictions
ERP will be redefined as a platform for enabling e-business globally. Originally focused on automating internal processes of an enterprise, ERP systems will

navision market share  ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Part 4: Market Predictions The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond Part 4: Market Predictions P.J. Jakovljevic - October 11, 2001 Executive Summary  Enterprise resource planning (ERP) integrated software solutions have become synonymous with competitiveness, particularly throughout the 1990's. ERP systems replace islands of information with a single, packaged software solution that integrates all traditional enterprise management functions (transactions) like financials, human Read More

ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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The Market Impact of Two Powerhouses
This is an analysis of the equivalent moves of two superpowers to secure the lower-end of the market, also known as the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market

navision market share  pockets elsewhere), secondary to Navision and Axapta , which are better known across the globe. For example, Axapta is the youngest of the MBS products, which despite the disadvantage of a nascent install base and brand recognition, comes with the benefits of more modern technology, while the software supports 20 languages and 32 preloaded currencies, and also adheres to local accounting standards and filing requirements (e.g., taxation and disclaimers), where applicable (for more info, see Microsoft Read More
Siebel Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision
Siebel Systems, the leading CRM vendor, remains the most eligible CRM bachelor. On June 21, Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of ERP solutions for mid

navision market share  available. It's reassuring that Navision Software will be taking advantage of this opportunity on a global basis. Market Impact The partnership between Siebel and Navision should be mutually beneficial, as both have exciting products and a mind share in their respective strongholds. This alliance will expand both companies' reach in the mid-market. Siebel will gain access to Navision's large customer base within the lower end of the market and in geographic areas where it has not established a strong 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 market share  peers have been struggling Navision has continually been increasing its market share and product offerings while remaining constantly profitable. We believe that its recipe for success was a good balance of the following required elements of the game - a flexible and technologically advanced object oriented product, a tightly integrated horizontal extended-ERP functionality that matches the SMEs' needs, a strong channel and reputable customer service and support, and very competitive pricing for its Read More
Addressing Channels and the Low-End Market
Microsoft announced plans to increase resources and provide new tools and offerings for MBS independent software vendors (ISV) and value-added resellers (VAR

navision market share  other developers. Through the Navision acquisition, it has even inherited the C5 product, a popular local Danish SBA product with accounting, project management, payroll, and e-commerce capabilities, with nearly 60,000 copies sold and the retail price of about $300 (USD). Still, it has taken Microsoft around ten years to build what it wanted to acquire then. SBA Market Potential The potential number of users of SBA packages is humongous, whereby some estimates put the number of small businesses at Read More
Fujitsu Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia's Comeback Part Three: Market Impact
Despite the digital marketplaces’ limited takeoff, the Fujitsu/Glovia's vision still remains to become the leader in B2B e-commerce for the global enterprises

navision market share  Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia's Comeback Part Three: Market Impact Market Impact In October 2003, a leading provider of extended ERP solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) and high volume manufacturers, Glovia International , announced it formed a strategic alliance with Fujitsu Software Corporation to provide manufacturers, customers, and suppliers with improved collaboration and integration capabilities. Glovia International is headquartered in El Segundo, California (US), and is a subsidiary of Read More
Mobile BI Market Survey
Take our mobile BI survey. The business intelligence (BI) space is finally seeing mainstream adoption of mobile capabilities, and increasing numbers of software

navision market share  BI Market Survey Take our mobile BI survey.  The business intelligence (BI) space is finally seeing mainstream adoption of mobile capabilities, and increasing numbers of software providers are developing mobile BI capabilities to meet the demands of their customers. This evolution is shifting the way people consume and use data. TEC is currently preparing a report that captures the landscape of mobile BI. Mobile BI applications enable anytime, anywhere access to data for analysis, improving the Read More
Lawson's Approach to the Retail Market
Lawson Retail Operations Suite solutions are built for high-volume retail enterprises and encompass a range of activities, including the management of item

navision market share  s Approach to the Retail Market Introduction There are some interesting dynamics within the retail market segment. On one hand, the market is much less penetrated by enterprise applications than most other economic sectors, in part since retailers have largely been remiss in leaving mainframes and other legacy technologies behind. Also, the sector has shown some resilience even during the recent and possibly still ongoing economic malaise, in part as the consumers have been stretching their credit Read More
QAD Pulling Through, Patiently But Passionately Part Four: Market Impact Continued
QAD has long shifted its focus from being a mere ERP vendor dedicated to the industrial mid-market to fully leveraging the Internet in the applications it

navision market share  Pulling Through, Patiently But Passionately Part Four: Market Impact Continued Market Impact Continued On August 20, QAD Inc. (NASDAQ: QADI), a global provider of collaborative enterprise applications for manufacturing and distributing organizations, reported upbeat financial results for the fiscal 2004 second quarter and six-month period ended July 31, 2003. The improved financial performance has not come without astute moves with regard to product functionality enhancements. These moves include: A Read More
To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned
The star above small and medium businesses (SMB) has never been so bright. CRM solution vendors are courting this market segment extensively. This is the

navision market share  Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned Event Summary TEC recently interviewed Patrick Hickey , Director SMB Solutions, SAP America and Steffen Fischer , Manager SMB Solutions, BU SMB , SAP Labs in order to get a closer look at SAP mid-market product and sales strategy. SAP is traditionally known as a provider of enterprise solutions for larger organizations capable of undertaking expensive and lengthy application implementations. SAP is the fourth largest software company in Read More
A Veteran Mid-market ERP Vendor with a Pragmatic Vision Chimes In
Joining our growing list of vendors willing to provide their opinions and commentary on our thought-provoking questions on market trends, SYSPRO takes part in

navision market share  Veteran Mid-market ERP Vendor with a Pragmatic Vision Chimes In Originally Published - September 12, 2008 Continuing our popular question-and-answer (Q&A) series, in which we ask vendors to comment on our observations on market trends (see previous articles Two Stalwart Vendors Discuss Market Trends, A Partner-friendly Platform Provider Discusses Market Trends , and Open Platform Provider Answers Questions about the State of the Market ), another market player that has voiced its opinions is SYSPRO . Read More
Pricing for Profit in the Consumer Products Industry: Empowering Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-Line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence
Rapidly changing market dynamics in the consumer products industries mean price management is critical to a positive bottom line. This white paper examines the

navision market share  for Profit in the Consumer Products Industry: Empowering Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-Line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence Rapidly changing market dynamics in the consumer products industries mean price management is critical to a positive bottom line. This white paper examines the evolving role of the pricing and revenue manager and how the field of market price intelligence is powering a new era of price management. With pricing intelligence, today’s pricing managers are Read More
Mid-Market Analytics in North America: Transforming Data into Insight
This Aberdeen Sector Insight explores the impact of business analytics in the mid-market. The research shows that Best-in-Class companies are leveraging

navision market share  big data, predictive analytics, real-time analytics, embedded analytics, business analytics, predictive software, mid-market analytics Read More
Winning your market with messaging that matters
Positioning Part 1: Putting a wet finger into the windThere is nothing more important to the success of your venture than proper positioning—at every step of

navision market share  your market with messaging that matters Positioning Part 1 : Putting a wet finger into the wind There is nothing more important to the success of your venture than proper positioning—at every step of your marketing and sales process. I see positioning as not just a branding exercise, but a powerful tool in the nuts and bolts of campaign creation and process. My own definition: “Positioning” is what you CHOOSE to say about anything —your product, service, sales call, or girlfriend. Let's Read More
Mid-market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Epicor and SYSPRO, the two renowned enterprise resource planning (ERP) mid-market incumbents that heavily harness Microsoft

navision market share  market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Epicor and SYSPRO , the two renowned  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  mid-market incumbents that heavily harness Microsoft’s platform tools. To that end, the business productivity tools that were illustrated in my recent blog post on what 2010 might have meant to Microsoft’s business solutions (which reflected on the highly publicized  mid-2010 launch of Read More

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