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Lotus Notes R5 ~ A Breath of Fresh Air
Lotus Notes has just surpassed the 50,000,000-installed base mark, giving Microsoft’s Exchange server a good “run for the money”.

nsf database  Notes R5 ~ A Breath of Fresh Air Product Background Lotus Notes first began shipping in 1989, seven years after the release of Microsoft's MS-DOS operating system. Release 1.0 was fully integrated into a Local Area Network (LAN) enabling the first collaborative client/server messaging system. In its first year on the marketplace Notes 1.0 sold over 35,000 client seats, and sales would only escalate from that point on. The second revision of Notes was 1.1 and began shipping in 1990. Release 1.1

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Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)

A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction and activity support. The WMS should enable warehouse operators to optimize pick, put-away, and replenishment functions by employing powerful system logic to select the best locations and sequences. 

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QAD Enterprise Applications: Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) Competitor Analysis Report


A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction and activity support. The WMS should enable warehouse operators to optimize pick, put-away, and replenishment functions by employing powerful system logic to select the best locations and sequences.

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NCR's Teradata Database Meets Windows 2000. A Match Made in Redmond?


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PeopleSoft on Client/Server and Database Issues


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Oracle - How to Disappoint Analysts by Doubling Profits


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Search Engines Used to Attack Databases


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Access to Critical Business Intelligence: Challenging Data Warehouses?


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Syncsort Sigma Manages Database Aggregates


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Exploring the Database Forest


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