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xTuple xChange, Add on to Your ERP
In a call yesterday with xTuple's Ned Lilly, we had a chance to catch up on the open source ERP vendor's current business. I wanted to say a word about the

ned lilly  yesterday with xTuple 's Ned Lilly, we had a chance to catch up on the open source ERP vendor's current business. I wanted to say a word about the company's recently launched xChange online store , which I think is a smart way for an open source enterprise software vendor to provide clients convenient access to community and partner innovations. It may also be a cost-effective means for acquiring specific ERP-related functionality and services as needed.  In the free and open source software world, it's 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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Evaluating Alternatives: Key Questions To Ask When Considering An Alternative ERP/MRP System
Replacing an aging enterprise resource planning/manufacturing resource planning (ERP/MRP) system to stay competitive brings with it a host of questions.

ned lilly  business. About The Author Ned Lilly is president and CEO of OpenMFG , a company he co-founded that provides software and services to the manufacturing sector. Read More...
TEC Talks to OpenMFGFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart Two: OpenMFG
TEC spoke with the President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenMFG, Edward L. Lilly, Jr., to find out how OpenMFG is leveraging commodity Free and open source

ned lilly  and customers. As CEO Ned Lilly explains, their own software is offered under a licensing method that borrows some ideas from the open source model but is different. Ned Lilly : There's two different ways that we license software from the pricing perspective but the terms of the license—what you can do with the software and source code availability—are the same. Anyone who purchases the software from OpenMFG gets the full source code and under the terms of the OpenMFG license any changes they wish to Read More...
CDC Software + Consona = Aptean (Or: New Bottles for Old Wines)
August 2012 started with the announcement of the merger of Consona Corporation and CDC Software under the name Aptean. The new brand, announced on August 7

ned lilly  gleeful gloating à la Ned Lilly , CEO of competing xTuple and the main ERP Graveyard blogger), I do not envy the person who will have to rationalize the two merging product portfolios. By way of only scratching the surface, CDC’s most prominent product offering are as follows: •  Ross Enterprise for process ERP [ download the TEC Certification Report now ] •  CDC Factory for manufacturing intelligence • Pivotal CRM •  Catalyst for warehouse management • a plethora of cloud apps, most Read More...
What’s Up with xTuple-and Open Source ERP?
You may be wondering how the open-source ERP vendor xTuple operating with a workforce of only 27 can compete on the same stage with the software giants. Find

ned lilly  as this article on Ned Lilly and the idea behind starting xTuple.   Our questions and Lilly’s answers are as follows: TEC: Has your market and competitive landscape changed as of late and how? What trends have you noticed in the market? NL: We're spending less and less time explaining the concept of open source and leading more with functionality and value with next-generation business management software. Then, when they ask us how it is that a 27-person company has a product that is competitive with Read More...
HighJump Grows in a Period of Low Growth Through Adaptable, Broad Function Products Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
The competition is becoming relentless given a slew of WMS vendors delivering sophisticated collaboration, visibility, and SCEM functionality. Further many of

ned lilly  vendors had not originally designed their systems to deal with the constraints and exceptions, inter-enterprise visibility and real-time information in mind, the situation is going to change rather sooner than later. As the functional borders between SCE and ERP are getting increasingly blurred, and, as manufacturers and distributors strive to realize greater visibility to enable better customer service and efficiency, they will be happy to leverage existing resources wherever they can. Also, the shaky Read More...
Outsourcing Best Practices-A Primer on Outsourcing Governance
The cardinal sin of outsourcing governance is to focus entirely on the mechanics and the price. If you do that, you’ll squander the true potential of the

ned lilly  need for effectively defi ned mechanics and service levels is important, but all those checks and balances are only as good as the cultural alignment of the two partners. OneNeck has developed a fairly simple defi nition of cultural alignment through our years of providing outsourced information technology services to mid-market businesses. We believe that the recipients of services should be able to trust the motivations of the provider of those services. This sounds easy but is in reality, very hard to Read More...
A Demand-driven Approach to BI
The core concept behind the Vanguard solution is that business intelligence (BI) must be demand-driven, which means that the business needs of the user dictate

ned lilly  These Information Views are user-defined, personalized data sets, in the form of a client-side on-line analytic processing (OLAP) interface, with intuitive data analysis, report writing, and graphing capabilities built in. Further, with user-defined Information Views, which combine data from single or multiple data sources, users view this information in close to real-time without necessarily relying on a data warehouse (DW) or repository, which will be detailed later on. Business users receive Read More...
RedPrairie - New Name For A Brave New Value Proposition Paradigm Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
LMS presents both an opportunity and a challenge for RedPrairie.

ned lilly  2000 platform. While many renowned companies in the retail, food & beverage, consumer goods, and 3PL segments of the market have successfully implemented LMS (Labor Management Systems) and achieved these benefits, a greater number of these have yet to do so. Given the economic and operational potential benefits of LMS, the failure to implement advanced labor management appears to be attributable to a number of misconceptions surrounding LMS process, technology and impact. Also, not many WMS products yet Read More...
Kewill And Microsoft Great Plains To Further Mutually Complement
While Microsoft Great Plains and Kewill will offer a potentially awesome combined offering worldwide, their competitors will bet on products that cover all the

ned lilly  companies will extend their combined market reach while filling their respective product gaps and inferior areas. Microsoft Great Plains is the leading provider of enterprise applications to SMEs (Tier 2 and Tier 3 companies). Currently, it has one of the largest customer bases in the market segment, but primarily in North America. Also, to date, Great Plains has been successful at addressing the needs of Tier 2 and Tier 3 companies mainly in accounting and back-office functions. Although, since the end Read More...
Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease

ned lilly  mind before it actually happened. (For details on the merger announcement, see New Lawson Software's Transatlantic Extended-ERP Intentions ). The move was quite a surprise, since both Lawson and Intentia, which have hardly competed directly, and had undergone major restructurings, put their product technological roadmaps on similar courses, and resisted many attempts to be acquired, and they even repeatedly professed interest in acquiring and assimilating smaller direct competitors. There were rumors Read More...
BI Hits the Road IV: MicroStrategy and QlikTech
In this issue of BI Hits the Road, I’d like to take a look at the mobile offerings of two business intelligence (BI) software providers: MicroStrategy (see

ned lilly  Mobile BI Suite is designed to work with Apple’s iOS platform (iPhone and iPad), which and can be downloaded from the App Store , and Blackberry ( RIM ) devices. Connectivity and integration . MicroStrategy’s mobile BI suite integrates with the company’s BI Suite on the MicroStrategy 9 platform. The MicroStrategy BI server allows users to read information from different sources, from traditional databases and MDX sources, to web services and distributed applications. Architecture. MicroStrategy’s Read More...
ERP Vendors Moving to Aerospace and Defense Markets
Market research shows that enterprise software and service markets are crossing market lines to witness strong growth in the Aerospace and Defense (A&D

ned lilly  Vendors Moving to Aerospace and Defense Markets ERP Vendors Moving to Aerospace and Defense Markets P.J. Jakovljevic - February 21st, 2000 Event Summary According to new strategic research conducted by Frost & Sullivan, North American Aerospace and Defense Enterprise Software and Service Markets,' total market revenues totaled $1.33 billion this year, an increase of 7 percent over 1998. As the Aerospace and Defense industry redefines business dynamics, enterprise resource software and service markets a Read More...

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