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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 selection  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

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Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 4: User Recommendations


This tutorial identifies the significance of researching technology vendors to both buyers and vendors/VARs. Buyers require research to determine the short list and vendors/VARs can use research to assess the viability of opportunities before committing time and money to a sales effort. Since a 'one-size-fits-all' product is still not a viable solution for most clients, the ability of technology products to meet clients' needs depends on client requirements. The Catch 22 for both buyers and vendors/VARs is to pinpoint the right match in this ongoing 'dating game'.

navision selection  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 access the 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-sized companies, and Siebel Systems Inc. announced a worldwide agreement to deliver 'customer-focused eBusiness solutions to meet the needs of mid-sized companies'.

navision selection  we generally recommend including Navision Software in a long list enterprise application selection for lower-end mid-market companies (with $5M-$250M in revenue) and divisions of larger enterprises, that have a limited IT budget and smaller community of users (less than 75), and have significant financial accounting, distribution, and discrete manufacturing requirements. Global, centrally managed organizations that need a single-code product for all their international business units, enterprises in Read More

Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion


Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP market. While Navision has done a respectable job establishing its U.S. network, it will face a fierce challenge from domestic competitors like Great Plains, Epicor Software, and Solomon Software.

navision selection  We generally recommend including Navision 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 a 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 product offerings while remaining constantly profitable. However, the net income has declined 25% compared to fiscal 1999.

navision selection  we generally recommend including Navision in a long list of an enterprise application selection in the lower-end of the mid-market companies ($5M-$250M in revenue) and divisions of larger enterprises which have limited IT budgets, smaller communities of users (less than 75), and have significant financial accounting, distribution, and discrete manufacturing requirements - so long as they don't currently need complex B2B e-commerce functionality. Organizations seeking a Web-based solution and out-of-box Read More

Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria


Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often criticized for being complex and difficult to use—which puts up a barrier to receiving potential benefits. Systems with integrated search functionality and Web-like interfaces can make ERP solutions easier to use. Learn how to evaluate ERP software for its usability, so you can avoid investing in platforms that aren’t evolved toward usable and efficient interfaces.

navision selection  as an ERP Selection Criteria Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. IFS is one of the world’s leading providers of component-based business software developed using open standards. IFS’ industry-focused solutions are optimized for ERP , enterprise asset management, and MRO. Source : IFS Resources Related to Usability as an ERP Selection Criteria : Enterprise Resource Planning Read More

Selecting an ERP Selection Consultant: Critical Factors for Success


Selecting a new ERP system is one of the biggest decisions a company will make, so choosing your selection consultant should be taken just as seriously. The right selection consultant can shorten the selection process and offer you a better chance of finding a system that will be a good match for your company. Read this white paper and know how to select the right one for your company.

navision selection  an ERP Selection Consultant: Critical Factors for Success Selecting a new ERP system is one of the biggest decisions a company will make, so choosing your selection consultant should be taken just as seriously. The right selection consultant can shorten the selection process and offer you a better chance of finding a system that will be a good match for your company. Read this white paper and know how to select the right one for your company. Read More

Software Selection Services for Large and Public-sector Enterprises


TEC can help large and public-sector organizations ensure that their software selection projects are justifiable, cost-effective, auditable, and in compliance with local, national, and international regulatory and safety standards.

navision selection  Selection Services for Large and Public-sector Enterprises TEC can help large and public-sector organizations ensure that their software selection projects are justifiable, cost-effective, auditable, and in compliance with local, national, and international regulatory and safety standards. Read More

Your Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two


Enterprise software selection is a risky undertaking. Even after you’ve determined your requirements, the crucial software assessment and negotiation phases are potential minefields. Find out how you can reduce the risk involved in choosing a solution that meets your needs.

navision selection  Guide to Enterprise Software Selection: Part Two In part one of this series, we covered the first phase of a best-practice software selection project, including the four steps involved in the definition of business and technical requirements. We'll turn now to the all-important final phases of the enterprise software selection process. Phase 2: How to Assess and Evaluate Software The output from Phase 1 is a detailed list of functional requirements. Phase 2 covers the assessment and evaluation of all Read More

NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only


Recent product releases and a profitable quarterly report from Navision, a recently merger-formed and rebranded Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, could be telling us that the company has been unfazed by the merger with Damgaard and the current difficult economic conditions.

navision selection  Summary On June 19, Navision Canada, a subsidiary of Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, announced the planned release of multi-language versions 2.60 for Navision Manufacturing , Navision Financials and Navision Advanced Distribution . Navision 2.60 includes both English and Canadian French language versions, allowing users to conduct business in the language of their choice. Users can switch languages on-the-fly, providing greater Read More

The Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 3: Selection of ERP Software


The third and final part of the path to ERP for small businesses series describes the software selection stage, including the dos and don’ts during vendor product demos, how to create a shortlist, and finally selecting the vendor that provides the best product and services for your needs.

navision selection  Path to ERP for Small Businesses, Part 3: Selection of ERP Software Parts 1 and 2 of this series described the processes of research and evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. At the end of these two stages, you should have a pretty good idea which type of software might fit the needs of your organization and which vendors might provide this solution. Part 3 will describe the final stage—selecting the software that best fits your specific needs. You started by defining the main Read More

APICS 2010 Conference: Right Path to Smart Software Selection


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navision selection  2010 Conference: Right Path to Smart Software Selection Selecting and implementing enterprise software is never easy. Clearly defining your objectives, requirements, and dealing with the mounds of data from vendors can be an overwhelming process—fraught with opportunities for error. And the stakes are high—the wrong enterprise software can have a disastrous effect on your company. Join TEC software selection experts at the 2010 APICS International Conference & Expo in Las Vegas to find out how to Read More

EAM Selection Criteria: Focus on Usability


In selecting enterprise asset management (EAM) software, usability ought to be a major consideration in your decision. Download this white paper for expert advice that will help you identify key usability features in EAM.

navision selection  Selection Criteria: Focus on Usability In selecting enterprise asset management (EAM) software, usability ought to be a major consideration in your decision. Download this white paper for expert advice that will help you identify key usability features in EAM. Read More

BI Maturity and Software Selection Perspectives


While new technology trends are invading the business intelligence (BI) space, technology shifts and hype do not necessarily equate to the ability to exploit the best tools for enhancing business performance. To select a best-fit BI solution, an organization needs to be able to realistically assess the maturity of its BI infrastructure. This allows them to discover where they are, what their BI requirements are, and how to determine the best BI solution or strategy. Download the full report now.

navision selection  Maturity and Software Selection Perspectives While new technology trends are invading the business intelligence (BI) space, technology shifts and hype do not necessarily equate to the ability to exploit the best tools for enhancing business performance. To select a best-fit BI solution, an organization needs to be able to realistically assess the maturity of its BI infrastructure. This allows them to discover where they are, what their BI requirements are, and how to determine the best BI solution or Read More

Accounting Software Selection Challenge #3: Microsoft vs. Infor (Difficulty = Basic)


I just want to make a quick point to address a popular software selection misconception. Here’s the misconception:  “The best accounting package for my business is the software that supports the most comprehensive breadth of accounting functionality.” And below are a couple of graphics from TEC Advisor (based on a hypothetical accounting software selection project) that show why this

navision selection  Software Selection Challenge #3: Microsoft vs. Infor (Difficulty = Basic) I just want to make a quick point to address a popular software selection misconception. Here’s the misconception:   “The best accounting package for my business is the software that supports the most comprehensive breadth of accounting functionality.” And below are a couple of graphics from TEC Advisor  (based on a hypothetical accounting software selection project) that show why this is flat-out wrong (click to Read More