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SaaS Buyer's Guide for Wholesale and Distribution
SaaS, despite its phenomenal popularity, is certainly not one-size-fits-all. You need to consider decision criteria such as fit, return on investment, and risk.

one touch backup  integrated suite gives you one solution supplier to work with. Reliable service and support. The ability to access affordable service and support is critical. It is easier to support an integrated ERP environment than a hodgepodge of different applications. Clarity. With an integrated business management suite, there is a single version of the truth that only needs to be entered once to be propagated to all parts of the business that need it. All business processes, all employees who touch the Read More...

10 Warning Signs that Your ERP System Is Killing Your Business
Today’s manufacturers face rising costs, increased competition, and changing customer requirements. If their enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are

one touch backup  a release or run one release behind the most currently available, lagging significantly behind on an ERP implementation will leave functionality and technology improvements largely unused. Not taking advantage of new releases can mean losing a competitive advantage and wasting the money paid in maintenance fees. 3. Your disaster recovery plan involves tapes. If your servers or data center burned, you would have to buy new equipment, configure it and then reload your data from tapes. Recovery Time Read More...
Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
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Voting Technology: An Evaluation of Requirements and Solutions
The issues created by the use of punch card ballots, an obsolete technology, during the recent US Presidential election are similar to the ones that businesses

one touch backup  own advantages and drawbacks. One approach uses rich or fully functional clients: freestanding devices that run their own applications, and store ballots electronically in their own database. Periodically, or after the polls close, each device transmits the contents of its database to a central server via modem. A second three tier approach connects all the devices at a polling place to a server computer at the polling place, using local area networks (LANs) made up of cable connections or radio Read More...
Analyst Take on SAPPHIRE 2013
With a very interesting book presentation on

one touch backup  big-data sources and platforms. One comment is deserving of the release—a joint project with HP called ‘Project Kraken,’ a new powerful appliance which combines HP’s server technologies with SAP HANA as its platform. The server runs on the Xeon E7 processor family of products, and supports up to 12 terabytes of memory on a single server unit. The project has been designed to facilitate the process of handling big-data workloads, specifically to be able to process large volumes of unstructured and Read More...
The User's Undying Quest for Exploring and Discovering Info - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the differences and some subtle similarities between the well-established enterprise applications giant, SAP, and up-and

one touch backup  and media reports that one of the  conference’s highlights was the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer  offering . In his alert at the time, Bruce Richardson of AMR Research  reported that SAP’s co-CEO Leo Apotheker used most of his hour-long opening keynote to promote the exciting new product  -- SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, which was released on May 13, 2009. Prior to that event, the  in-memory database  and analytics technology (and former SAP CEO and current visionary Hasso Plattner’s Read More...
Commerce One Conducts Its Soul-Searching Metamorphosis Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
Commerce One is seemingly stuck with yet another identity crisis being a novice provider of a Web services-based integration platform and being a still

one touch backup  One Conducts Its Soul-Searching Metamorphosis Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Market Impact Continued Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC), one of the pioneers in Internet-based software applications and once powered the world's largest e-commerce trading network, which has consistently strived to be at the forefront of delivering advanced technologies that help global businesses collaborate with their partners, customers and suppliers over the Internet, announced the general availability of Read More...

In the mid-2000s there was a beginning of public discussions and a surge in market awareness about support @ maintenance (S@M) alternatives for users of

one touch backup  budget to go from one Agresso release to the next, and competitively, UNIT4 upgrades are a fraction of the cost of a similar actions with competitors, which we frequently told prospects are priced at $100,000 – $1 million or more. UNIT4 release upgrades, due to the underlying strength/capabilities of the VITA architecture are often done internally by our customers’ IT departments, and when contracted externally, typically run $10,000 – $50,000; a fraction of typical SAP, Microsoft Dynamics , Read More...
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One Step Closer to the Global ASP
On June 21, 2000, J.D. Edwards & Company, announced the Company’s JDe.sourcing application hosting program has expanded its scope through partnerships with

one touch backup  to the Global ASP One Step Closer to the Global ASP A. Turner - July 17, 2000 Event Summary On June 21, 2000, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), announced the Company's JDe.sourcing application hosting program has expanded its scope through partnerships with leading ASP providers in Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America and North America. J.D. Edwards' JDe.sourcing is an application hosting initiative that delivers e-business solutions directly to customers across the Internet. In recent months, Read More...
RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part One: Background
The goal of the pilot project was not to see whether RFID tags on pallets and cases could be read automatically (although one should not assume that it is easy

one touch backup  ). This is Part One of a two-part Case Study. Part Two will discuss Challenges and Lessons Learned. Provia Delivers for Gillette In September 2003, Provia was likely the first SCE vendor offering full RFID support for a warehouse management system (WMS) in a standard product, which was already compliant with the most recent electronic product codes (EPC) specifications at the time. Provia has also worked with a high-profile client, The Gillette Company , to test RFID support as part of the client's plan Read More...
TurboLinux Clusters One More Step Taken
TurboLinux Inc. debuted its anticipated TurboCluster Server, starting at $995 for two-node clusters. The product will scale to cluster 30 Intel-based servers.

one touch backup  Clusters One More Step Taken Event Summary October 26, 1999 - TurboLinux Inc. debuted its anticipated TurboCluster Server, starting at $995 for two-node clusters. The product will scale to cluster 30 Intel-based servers. To buoy the product, the San Francisco-based company will also announce a number of partners, including the Santa Cruz Operation and Compaq Computer Corp. SCO will provide consulting services for TurboLinux, with an emphasis on consulting for TurboCluster customers, officials of Read More...
The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its

one touch backup  Power of One Introduction So many articles today discuss the capabilities of integration services and their ability to tie together information from multiple disparate systems. In the marketplace there are stand-alone products, provided by companies like Tibco and Vitria that perform these services, and it seems that all of the major ERP vendors now have an integration story of their own. The focus on integration stems from the fact that businesses have business processes that they are attempting to Read More...
SouthWare Excellence Series: Making Excellence Easier Part One: Company Background and Product Overview
SouthWare Innovations is one of the first middle-market vendors to create what might be the one of the best examples of true business management system

one touch backup  SouthWare applications or through one of their independent sales vendors (ISV). Founded in 1984 and based in Auburn, Alabama (US), SouthWare is a relatively small company of very dedicated people (80 percent of its employees have at least twelve years seniority), which has created what may be one of the best examples of a true business management system, not just an accounting system. What may be even more important to companies of all sizes is that the Excellence Series operates on many platforms and Read More...
Commerce One Tries Harder
E-procurement's number two firm announced a fleet of new products and services across its entire product line.

one touch backup  One Tries Harder Event Summary Commerce One. Inc. (NASDAQ: CMRC) has shiny new models of its major products. Both enterprise and ASP models are available. On the buyer side, Commerce One BuySitetm 6.0, in both its Enterprise and Portal Editions, offer a variety of new features. Among these is smooth integration of dynamic pricing. A buyer can use a wizard to create various forms of RFQ (request for quotation) and reverse auction. The new version also includes support for multiple languages and Read More...
USinternetworking: One Suite ASP
USi Delivers Complete Set of ASP Enterprise Solutions for Buying and Selling over the Internet.

one touch backup  One Suite ASP Event Summary USinternetworking, Inc. (USi, Nasdaq: USIX), announced the next release of its Enterprise E-Commerce Services Suite. The new version of USi's E-Commerce ASP services leverage partnerships with Ariba (Nasdaq: ARBA) and Broadbase to add buy-side applications services and integrated e-analysis. The new enhancements also add other service extensions to their sell-side services based on BroadVision and Microsoft Site Server. The USi Enterprise E-Commerce Read More...

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