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Case Study: Crystal Technology, Inc.
With over 150 people in its product development teams working to deliver a number of highly customized product lines, crystal and optical component manufacturer

optical components  product lines, crystal and optical component manufacturer Crystal Technology Inc. needed to revisit its product development processes, and find ways to improve efficiency. Learn how a new product lifecycle management (PLM) system helped the company reduce engineering change cycles by 16 percent and save $250,000. Read More
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A Veteran Enterprise Resource Planning Vendor Makes a SaaS-y Statement
Glovia International has launched the first full-fledged and versatile, manufacturing-oriented solution that is an on-demand, enterprise resource planning

optical components  storage software, PCs, servers, optical transport, routers, etc. During last two years, Fujitsu Glovia has even become the second-largest ERP provider in Japan (with about 450 corporate customers) behind the ubiquitous leader SAP , and even toppling Oracle (even if one counts its recent slew of acquisitions). Although Glovia's revenue is less than modest against the backdrop of its parent's total revenue and of other tier one ERP vendors, its fiscal 2006 revenue was around $230 million (USD) in software Read More
Symix Systems Front-Steps Into Greener e-Commerce Pastures
Like many of its peers, Symix Systems, one of the leading mid-market enterprise applications vendors, has been making a big push into the e-commerce market. A

optical components  and services in the optical industry. Emerging Vision will use sales, purchasing, and accounting software from Frontstep to process transactions initiated on the trading exchange. Emerging Vision will also use Frontstep's workflow automation solution to integrate these back-end functions with front-end applications on the exchange, as well as with buyer and supplier systems. The resulting integrated B2B information systems will provide an effective supply-chain network for Emerging Vision's trading Read More
Nortel and Clarify: Was There Ever Synergy Enough to Support this Marriage?
Back in 1999, when Nortel was on a buying spree and reeling in record profits, it plunked down US$2.1 billion dollars for Clarify Inc., a leader in the CRM

optical components  that leverage the high-performance Optical Internet, CRM and multimedia contact centers to enable seamless, personalized customer experiences. Current offerings include Clarify eFrontOffice, Periphonics' leading speech recognition technologies, and Nortel Networks' contact center solutions, providing companies with a single view of all aspects of the customer life cycle. OK, sounds plausible, but was Nortel delivering on that vision? The Discarded Housewife    Though it may have been Nortel's intent to Read More
Clarity of Vision: Clarify Sold to Amdocs by Nortel
Amdocs Management Limited announced that it reached an agreement with Nortel Networks to acquire the assets of Nortel’s Clarify business for US $200 million

optical components  areas of Metro Optical, Optical Long Haul, Wireless Internet, Core IP/Intelligent Internet and Internet Telephony; and to focus our investments to deliver the key next generation networking solutions, notably NOT listing CRM software as one of their core growth areas. Amdocs bills itself as the world's leader in customer care, billing and order management solutions for the communications industry. With the acquisition of Clarify, Amdocs expects to be positioned as the world's leading provider of Read More
QAD Enterprise Applications: Transportation Management Systems Competitor Analysis Report
Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction

optical components  Enterprise Applications: Transportation Management Systems Competitor Analysis Report Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction sets, documents, and information exchanged to facilitate the booking, execution, and settlement of transportation movements. Read More
Sugar Suite
Sugar Suite is an enterprise-class CRM solution encompassing four major functional components: Sugar Sales, Sugar Marketing, Sugar Support, and Sugar

optical components  Suite Sugar Suite is an enterprise-class CRM solution encompassing four major functional components: Sugar Sales, Sugar Marketing, Sugar Support, and Sugar Collaborate. These components are freely downoadable as Sugar Open Source or available for a fee as Sugar Professional, which is a superset of functionality, offered with SugarCRM support and professional services. Sugar Open Source is delivered as a software package, may be installed in minutes, and provides complete access to the source code. Read More
Implementing an Enterprise Content Management System What is in it for the organization?
Employee efficiency can greatly increase if information, currently scattered throughout a company, is structured through an appropriate enterprise content

optical components  an Enterprise Content Management System What is in it for the organization? Introduction Enterprise content management (ECM) is one of the most important focus areas for companies this year. A significant number of organizations will be looking into implement a new ECM system, updating their current document management (DM) or records management (RM), or adding new functionality offered by ECM suites, like digital asset management (DAM) and compliance management components. But why would an Read More
Case Study: Finesse in Action
Sermatech Manufacturing Group, a producer of precision components for the aerospace industry, was at a crossroads with its business management software. Its

optical components  Study: Finesse in Action Sermatech Manufacturing Group, a producer of precision components for the aerospace industry, was at a crossroads with its business management software. Its original 1980s software was outdated, and it needed a more robust system to guarantee company-wide access to real-time operations data. After researching numerous enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, Sermatech turned to Enhanced Systems & Services’ Finesse ERP system. Read More
EAI Vendor CrossWorlds Eases Middleware Customization
CrossWorlds Software, an enterprise application integration vendor, is making it easier for customers to acquire components and utilities with specific

optical components  Vendor CrossWorlds Eases Middleware Customization Event Summary CrossWorlds Software, an enterprise application integration vendor, has announced that it is now offering downloadable Java components to make it easier for customers to acquire components and utilities with specific functionality. The vendor will create a CrossWorlds Exchange site on a subscription basis, for $50,000 per year with additional fees for some components. The vendor's goal is to simplify development for customers and make Read More
Enterprise Management and Support in the Industrial Machinery and Components Industry
Industrial machinery and components (IM&C) manufacturers are challenged by global rivalry, industry consolidation, and shrinking margins. And with more

optical components  Management and Support in the Industrial Machinery and Components Industry Industrial machinery and components (IM&C) manufacturers are challenged by global rivalry, industry consolidation, and shrinking margins. And with more manufacturers vying for business, customers are demanding customized products delivered on short lead times—all at lower costs. At the same time, manufacturers are struggling to extend their supply chains to incorporate offshore manufacturing. So where can they turn for Read More
ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design
Electro-mechanical design continues to gain importance, as the majority of today’s products have both electrical and mechanical components and systems

optical components  MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design The Pro/ENGINEER ECAD-MCAD Collaboration Extension can help you overcome these obstacles and improve design collaboration between electrical and mechanical designers. PTC is the only MCAD vendor offering this new technology, which leverages both Pro/ENGINEER and ProductView. Source: PTC Resources Related to ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design : Pro/ENGINEER Read More
Contemporary Business Intelligence and Its Main Components
Business intelligence (BI) represents the tools and systems that play a key role in the strategic planning process by allowing a company to manipulate corporate

optical components  Business Intelligence and Its Main Components Originally published - June 13, 2006 Economic and regulatory pressures, along with the need to stay competitive in the marketplace, have made business intelligence (BI) more important than ever for enterprise application users. BI gives users the ability to extract, consolidate, change, and analyze data in ways that are not possible in other approaches to enterprise applications. BI also allows users to exploit subsets of data within disparate Read More
Transportation Management Systems
Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction

optical components  Management Systems Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction sets, documents, and information exchanged to facilitate the booking, execution, and settlement of transportation movements. Read More
The Evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning Includes Service Industries
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors have extended their functionality to service vertical markets in the service industry. As a result, ERP for services

optical components  Evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning Includes Service Industries Since the late nineties, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors that originally targeted the needs of manufacturing organizations have slowly extended their functionality to service the needs of non-manufacturing industries as well. By 2000, when many of the major ERP implementations for the manufacturing industry had tapered off, tier one ERP vendors such as SAP and Oracle had refocused efforts to market their integrated Read More

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