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Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book Excerpt Part Three: Common Scenarios
The nature of a sales and operations planning (S&OP) game plan depends on several factors, such as the need to anticipate demand, the item's primary source of

navision versus max  Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision . Hamilton is currently working closely with Microsoft partners involved with manufacturing and distribution, and can be reached at ScottHamiltonPhD@aol.com or 612-963-1163. Read More...
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Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the
The current market trend is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) with a justifiable return on

navision versus max  industry (for example MBS Navision , Syspro , and Epicor ). The company should, therefore, try 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 decrease the time and expense of implementation projects. Moreover, outside work-in-progress (WIP) management, data collection, and labor performance shop-floor capability, Read More...
Sales and Operations Planning Part Three: Game Plan Guidelines
Effective game plans lead to improved firm performance and bottom line results. Metrics include reductions in stock-outs, delivery lead-time, missed shipments

navision versus max  how to use Microsoft Navision in small-to-midsize firms involved in manufacturing and distribution. Describing usage in a wide variety of environments and illustrated with more than fifty case studies, it covers how the entire system fits together to coordinate supply chain activities within the company and with business partners. It explains the integration with E-commerce capabilities and with relationship management, service management, business analytics, and accounting applications. Written for Read More...
Architecture Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services
Collaboration and interoperability are critical where multiple business units reside under one larger corporation, or where there is a requirement to integrate

navision versus max  Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is not the same as Web services: the latter is one concrete way to achieve some benefits of SOA, and specifies a collection of technologies using protocols such as simple object access protocol (SOAP), and languages such as XML. Web services are invoked over the Internet by means of industry-standard protocols, including SOAP; extensible markup language (XML); hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), Read More...
Blacklist versus Whitelist Software Solutions
The problems caused by malware and malicious code in the form of rootkits and Trojans are multiplying everyday. These pervasive problems have created a new

navision versus max  versus Whitelist Software Solutions The problems caused by malware and malicious code in the form of rootkits and Trojans are multiplying everyday. These pervasive problems have created a new industry of antivirus and anti-spyware software. Blacklist-based software is one of the most common response solutions. However, the relatively new approach of whitelist-based software is a simple and secure option for total system control. Read More...
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Two: Integration Concerns
In most cases, companies will acquire enterprise asset management (EAM) software but the interfaces to external systems will have to be constructed.

navision versus max  versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Two: Integration Concerns Integration Concerns Many of the benefits from enterprise asset management (EAM) software result from the ability to exchange data from other systems and subsystems. These interfaces are not trivial in design or construction. For example, one of the simpler interfaces involves inventory. Namely, EAM software needs access to inventory to determine the availability of repair parts, whereas your manufacturing system needs access to Read More...
Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts
A recent survey of chief executive officers has found that growth is again the number one priority, overtaking cost-cutting as their previous top concern. Can

navision versus max  Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts Observation of Recent Events The enterprise application software industry has historically been characterized by the quest for new accounts. However, as market penetration increased, opportunities for new accounts lessened. Now many vendors are betting on the replacement market to serve as their new account vehicle. But do companies want to replace their existing application software? Part One of the Achieving Growth: New Accounts Read More...
SaaS versus Traditional ITAM Tools: How the Hosted Approach Delivers Greater Value
The differences between on-demand applications (also known as software as a service, or SaaS) and on-premise solutions mean that stronger benefits can be

navision versus max  versus Traditional ITAM Tools: How the Hosted Approach Delivers Greater Value The differences between on-demand applications (also known as software as a service, or SaaS) and on-premise solutions mean that stronger benefits can be achieved with a SaaS-based system. On-demand solutions are far more cost-effective than their on-premise counterparts—statistics show that the total cost of ownership (TCO) for an on-premise solution over the first three years is 60 to 200 percent higher. Find out more. Read More...
HRMS Showdown: Lawson S3 Human Capital Management versus Vista HRMS from PDS
I'm Sherry Fox, human resources (HR) research analyst and manager of Technology Evaluation Centers’ Research Analyst Group. Welcome to this month’s enterprise

navision versus max  Showdown: Lawson S3 Human Capital Management versus Vista HRMS from PDS Welcome to TEC's latest HRMS Showdown: Lawson S3 Human Capital Management versus Vista HRMS from PDS. I'm Sherry Fox, human resources (HR) research analyst and manager of Technology Evaluation Centers' Research Analyst Group. Welcome to this month's enterprise software Showdown! Today's Showdown compares Lawson S3 Human Capital Management and Vista HRMS from PDS, head-to-head. We hope you find these Showdowns helpful and Read More...
Aberdeen Research Brief: Web Security in the Cloud-More Secure! More Compliant! Less Expensive!
This paper compares on-premise versus software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted solutions for Web security. Through the comparison, you can see that there is research

navision versus max  Research Brief: Web Security in the Cloud-More Secure! More Compliant! Less Expensive! This paper compares on-premise versus software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted solutions for Web security. Through the comparison, you can see that there is research that suggests that hosted services are a better choice for compliance, security, and costs. If you’re an IT manager who is undecided about the SaaS model, this is a must-read. Read More...
Project-oriented versus Generic GL-oriented ERP/Accounting Systems
Caught between big-vendor ERP offerings requiring heavy customization, and off-the-shelf project management solutions that are easily outgrown, project-oriented

navision versus max  oriented versus Generic GL-oriented ERP/Accounting Systems Originally published - December 22, 2003 Project-oriented Organizations The unique business needs of project-oriented organizations, when addressed by large ERP vendors that offer general-purpose enterprise software, require heavy customization in order to work. On the other hand, when project-oriented organizations turn to small off-the-shelf project-management solutions, these solutions are soon outgrown by the user company. These Read More...
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Four: IFS and Intentia Responses
The primary benefit of enterprise asset management (EAM) is the reliability-centered maintenance. Let’s face it: any process that can help you improve what you

navision versus max  versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Four: IFS and Intentia Responses Vendor Responses Although both vendors, IFS AB (XSSE: IFS) and Intentia (XSSE: INT B) are showing surprising resiliency in a difficult market, they are often still regarded as just regional rather than uniformly global players. For example, still nearly two thirds of IFS' sales are in Europe, almost a third is in North America, and it has sporadic single digits percentages elsewhere in the world. Conversely, while Read More...
Web Application Security: The Truth about White Box Testing versus Black Box Testing
Information security managers, quality assurance staff, and developers are faced with the enormous responsibility of keeping Web applications secure from the

navision versus max  Application Security: The Truth about White Box Testing versus Black Box Testing Web Application Security: The Truth about White Box Testing versus Black Box Testing If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Cenzic provides software and SaaS solutions for dynamic, black box testing of Web applications to protect your Website against hacker attacks. Source: Cenzic Resources Related to Web Application Security: The Truth about Read More...
Choosing between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web
With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and

navision versus max  between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and whether there is an argument for producing a mobile application over a mobile site. This white paper looks at the pros and cons of both native apps and mobile Web, and dives into the things that companies should consider before making a choice between mobile app and Web. Read More...

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