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Microsoft .NET-managed Code Enablement: Examples and Challenges
Intuitive, Visibility, and Epicor offer .NET Framework-managed code products, but their

net compatibility  them, and a global network of over 35,000 Microsoft Certified Partner organizations to provide help for users. Part Four of the series Subtle (or Not-so-subtle) Nuances of Microsoft .NET Enablement . For a general discussion of the evolution of system architecture, see Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture . For a definition of how the Microsoft .NET environment addresses the situation, see Subtle (or Not-so-subtle) Nuances of Microsoft .NET Enablement . Example One: 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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Can ERP Speak PLM?
Because product lifecycle management (PLM) offers a host of benefits to manufacturers, it has become one of the fastest growing categories of enterprise

net compatibility  that will show the net change between the new and old structure. That defines one important aspect of the engineering change: the changes in materials used in production. The next aspect of change is the timing of when the change should be implemented. In order to plan the execution of the engineering change, information about levels and locations of inventory, costs, planned production, planned purchases, and current demands for the product must be taken into account. This information resides in the ERP Read More
Saltare.com Prepares LEAP Into B2B Fray
Saltare.com offers a sound value proposition for companies who want to manage important events in their supply chains in real-time.

net compatibility  Among the attendees at Net Market Maker's Ground Zero conference in Boston this May was a small software company whose product for extended supply chain coordination has huge potential. Saltare.com will soon unveil LEAP!, a Java-based, Internet application that works intimately with third party enterprise software and legacy systems to help company's get the most of their IT investments. Founded in 1998 by operations research experts Cosimo Spera and Marco Gagliardi, Saltare.com is just beginning to Read More
Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

net compatibility  AOL and its tremendous network, it will gain instant market share - as long as it ships a product within six to nine months. Compaq: As mentioned above, Compaq had a head start on the most of the rest of the field, as the business-focused iPAQ started shipping in mid-January, 2000. Since Compaq has recently lost PC market share, this move should help it regain market share, as well as restore lost sales revenue. The unit's small footprint (6.4 by 10.5 ) means a customer can keep it on the desktop, away Read More
Subtle (or Not-so-subtle) Nuances of Microsoft .NET Enablement
The Microsoft .NET strategy continues to confuse many, due to the lack of understanding of the technology. Indeed, because of the massive marketing campaign

net compatibility  Microsoft .NET Microsoft . NET is a comprehensive software development environment that was introduced in 2000 as Microsoft's next-generation programming environment. Pronounced dot net, and widely known as the Microsoft .NET Framework , it was designed to compete with the counterpart Java-based Java 2 Enterprise Edition ( J2EE ) platform. The .NET Framework is the Microsoft Web services strategy for connecting information, people, systems, and devices through software, with the promise of information Read More
Why .NET Technology Is Important for ERP
.NET technology is a wake-up call, and some people are sleeping through it! Remaining competitive means mission-critical software systems, such as enterprise

net compatibility  erp software, visibility.net , net erp , erp move .net , erp-link services , .net technology plus sap , erp crm implementation , erp technical information , free erp module asp.net , tools and technology examples for erp , intuitive erp , erp dynamics software , erp and microsoft .net resources , manufacturing erp program , erp podtech.net . Introduction The release of Microsoft's landmark technology called .NET ( dot net ) posed an unprecedented challenge for all ERP companies. While the public has only Read More
NetGenesis Predicts The Future From Mouse Trails
NetGenesis recently released NetGenesis 5, a suite of web analytics applications that do more than report simple web statistics. NetGenesis claims that its new

net compatibility  share on 11/14/2000. Accrue, Net Perceptions, and WebTrends are each off their 12-month highs, but NetGenesis has had the largest devaluation (current price as a percentage of 12-month high price) and has the lowest market capitalization of the group. WebTrends competes primarily in the low to mid-market, but does have a presence in many large organizations. It is also quite likely that WebTrends will compete in the mid to high-end market in the near future. Net Perceptions is a borderline competitor in Read More
Intentia Braces For Its Ongoing Roller-Coaster Ride Part 1
Intentia remains solid, with a broad product portfolio footprint and a slight increase in revenue, despite vacillating financial results. The company still

net compatibility  33 million (~$3.2 million). Net loss of SEK 39 million (~$3.7 million), attributable mainly to poorer license revenue and increased personnel costs, was nevertheless slightly lower compared to a SEK 42 million net loss from a year ago (See Figure 1). Its geographic regions reportedly posted mixed results. While net revenue for the Northern Europe region fell by 14% and license revenue declined by 29%, net revenue in Central Europe was flat as the continued increase in consulting revenue offset the lower Read More
QAD Ends Its Protracted Dry Season, Not Yet On an Easy Street
QAD Inc. reported $0.06 of diluted net income per share, or net income of $2.1 million, on record total revenue of $70.9 million for the fourth fiscal quarter

net compatibility  reported $0.06 of diluted net income per share, or net income of $2.1 million, on record total revenue of $70.9 million for the fourth fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000. This compares with $0.16 of diluted net loss per share or a net loss of $4.9 million on total revenue of $65.4 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 1999. License revenue was $33.5 million for the fourth quarter-up 62% from the third quarter- compared with $33.0 million in the same period last year. License revenue and development Read More
Epicor Continues To Bleed
On April 27, Epicor Software Corporation reported its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2000. Net loss for the quarter was $8.9 million or

net compatibility  the first quarter 1999. Net loss for the quarter was $8.9 million or $0.22 per share, compared with a net income for the same period last year of $2.1 million or $0.05 per share (See Figure 1). Figure 1 The company has continued its aggressive measures to control costs and streamline its operating processes, which is evidenced by a sequential decrease in operating expenses from approximately $52.8 million before charges in the fourth quarter of 1999 to $38.4 million in the first quarter of 2000. The Read More
Analysis of Novell and EAI Vendor Talarian Alliance
Novell«, Inc. and Talarian« Corporation today announced a technology and marketing alliance in which the companies will work together to embed Talarian's real

net compatibility  Services (NDS), the NetWare Net Services platform, and other leading Novell products. Toward these goals, Novell and Talarian are working together in several areas. The two companies will port Talarian technology to Novell's NetWare platform; embed Talarian's real-time infrastructure software into Novell Net Services products; and make it available to the Novell developer community. The two companies expect to make announcements in the near future about specific plans and timing for product rollout. Read More
The Sweet Spot of One Merging ERP Vendor
CMS Software (now known as Solarsoft Business Systems) may not be a huge global player, but its enterprise resource planning solutions address a wide spectrum

net compatibility  [XML] format) with summarized net and cumulative shipping positions, as the release progresses. The system can distribute demand quantities based on the vendors' capacities, and can also define release intervals as daily, weekly, biweekly, or some combination of these. CMS ERP systems can collect EDI information using a number of EDI transaction sets (i.e., X.12, EDIFACT, and XML Documents), including material releases, shipping schedules, inline vehicle sequencing (IVSL) documents, and purchase orders. Read More
QAD Continues to Wade Through Red Ink
QAD, one of the leading ERP vendors, announced a number of product and alliance initiatives during its annual user conference in May. However, yet another saga

net compatibility  assets, the second quarter net loss was $5.7 million, or $0.17 per diluted share, a 36% improvement over the first quarter fiscal year 2001 net loss of $8.8 million, or $0.26 per diluted share. This compares to a net loss of $2.8 million, or $0.09 per diluted share, for the second quarter of fiscal year 2000, excluding the prior year restructuring charge of $1.2 million. Including the valuation allowance, the net loss for the second quarter was $8.8 million, or $0.26 per diluted share. Figure 1. Read More
Frontstep Still Awaiting Better Times
While Frontstep reported loses in fiscal 2001, the potential of its well-rounded product/services offering mix as well as the recent downsizing, bodes well a

net compatibility  The Company reported a net profit of $289,000 from normalized operations, which exclude amortization of acquired intangibles and the costs associated with the restructuring that had been announced early in the quarter. For this restructuring, which included the write-off of certain assets, Frontstep posted a charge of $4.5 million in the quarter and the total reported net loss was $5.0 million, which is an improvement compared to Q4 2000, when the Company posted a net loss from normalized operations of Read More
Parametric Technology Corporation's Bold Vision Drives Growth and Innovation
Cooperative markets and clever strategies controlling internal developments and guiding marketing may help Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) reach

net compatibility  It had an end-of-year net income of $35 million (USD) on revenues of $660 million (USD), which was a considerable accomplishment given that in fiscal year 2003, the company experienced a net loss of $98 million (USD). Credit for 2004's success was attributed to the vendor emphasizing and focusing on its installed base and driving down its internal expenses while moving products forward. Timing also had a little bit to do with PTC's turnaround as the software market, in general, slowly pulled itself out Read More

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