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INFIMACS Boasts MRP Relevant To MROs
Through incrementally adding functionality tidbits that are crucial to its target market and that are not easily emulated by its competitors, Relevant continues

oracle hrms edi  vendors like SAP , Oracle , Baan , Western Data Systems (WDS) , Epicor Software , Mincom , Indus , Glovia , Cincom Systems , MRO Software , J.D. Edwards , Lilly Software , IFS , and Made2Manage , Relevant's trump remains provision of deep domain-expertise functional 'must have' features, as to up the ante for the above formidable opponents. Limited financial resources, undeveloped global channel and brand recognition outside the US, and limited product's global capabilities have been the challenges for

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Manufacturing Systems with an IQ: Beating the Odds, Mightily - Part 1


Some time in mid-2005 TEC published a six part article on IQMS, a relatively small and obscure enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor based in Paso Robles, California (US), with offices across North America (i.e., in Chicago, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (i.e., Sweden and with recently announced indirect presence in the UK) and Asia (i.e., China and Taiwan). Some readers were likely wondering

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Oracle Moves Hyperion Enterprise Financial Planning and Budgeting to the Cloud


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Oracle Splurges on MICROS Systems


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EDI and XML Integration: Vitria Buys XMLSolutions


In a move designed to further its efforts in integrating EDI and XML, Vitria has announced the purchase of XMLSolutions Corporation. Given that the market for EDI business collaboration is huge, and that XML is the up and coming (and lower cost) standard, we expect the ability to translate bi-directionally between either format will become hugely popular.

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