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Welding Different Companies into a Business Powerhouse
Microsoft recently researched the experience of nearly 200 companies with more than 250 PCs that have deployed one or more of the applications in the Microsoft

powerhouse  Companies into a Business Powerhouse Microsoft recently researched the experience of nearly 200 companies with more than 250 PCs that have deployed one or more of the applications in the Microsoft Dynamics line of business management solutions. Among these companies, a common issue was growth via mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Find out about the pain points, and how Microsoft Dynamics can help support growth via M&A to drive business success. 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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Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft
E-procurement powerhouse Commerce One creates business-to-business marketplaces in Canada and Latin America It has also launched a phalanx of portals in

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Intel Reorganization
Intel Corporation has announced a major reorganization, in an attempt to address some of the problems that have plagued it in the past year.

powerhouse  to become a networking powerhouse have contributed to its taking its eye off the ball. Market Impact Given all the apparent missteps Intel has made in the last year, we expected something like this to happen - we just expected it sooner. Intel still has 80+% of the market, to AMD's 17%, but AMD's string of successes has got to be making Intel CEO Craig Barrett a little nervous. Reorganizations typically mean that a company spends six to nine months trying to get their ducks in a row - getting everyone Read More...
Oracle OpenWorld 2013-60,000 Attendees Minus 1
A Technology Event Like No OtherThis year’s Oracle OpenWorld was truly an impressive event. The sheer scale of the event parallels that of Oracle itself

powerhouse  Moscone South has the powerhouse exhibits from the likes of Deloitte, Fujitsu, Intel, Dell, EMC, Microsoft, CSC, and the booths of some 100 other vendors. The second exhibit hall in Moscone West was stacked with another 100 plus booths of solution providers ranging from tried and true to upstart, including even a movie production company called FXbooth that is putting together a cloud-themed movie just for Oracle. Maria Bartiromo anchored a live broadcast on CNBC from one of the press pavilions, digging Read More...
Case Study: Deutsche Bank Gets Closer to Customers with CRM Web Portal
With more than 5,000 global employees serving as touch points for sales and customer service, Deutsche Bank could no longer afford to rely on its outdated

powerhouse  systems. The financial services powerhouse now has a system that serves 5,500 Deutsche Bank employees, and includes information on over 10,000 customers. Find out how Deutsche Bank saved up to 40 percent in development costs. Read More...
NetSuite and Autodesk Join Forces for Cloud Manufacturing Software
NetSuite is on a roll with whopping growth and expansion (16,000 customers, 2,000 employees, and 700 partners) and is even now talking about profitability, positive cash flow, and a hefty cash position (contrary to the popular belief that cloud software vendors are not profitable in general). The company’s third SuiteWorld annual conference brought about 5,000 attendees, which is significantly

powerhouse  compared to the Autodesk powerhouse. The idea is also to expand the partnership to cloud computer aided design (CAD) and simulations in the future, once the Autodesk Fusion 360 offering becomes generally available. In summary, Autodesk can now leverage NetSuite’s vast customer base. Both vendors seem to have similar target markets ( Memjet being the first joint customer that was showcased at SuiteWorld 2013), and this alliance and mutual endorsements should be a win-win for both parties. Share This   Read More...
Ross Systems - A Bright Spot On A Difficult Enterprise Application Landscape
<b>Ross</b> is among a very small group of vendors who have decided to build product exclusively for the process market. The resultant financial success should buy it time to address its lack of SCM/SCP, e-collaboration, and CRM products.

powerhouse  to be a marketing powerhouse and needs to do a better job of communicating with the marketplace. It also lags other vendors in adding supply chain management and planning (SCM/SCP), e-collaboration and customer relationship management (CRM) products to its suite. Ross management should strive to continue the financial trend they have established and be prepared to discuss the financial and product strategy details with existing and potential customers. For more information on the company, see Ross Read More...
Enterprise Application Players Keep Refining Value Propositions
Because cash-strapped medium companies are looking for better options to traditional application pricing models, SAP and HP have allied to deliver "software as a service" and Oracle/PeopleSoft are also offering hosted solutions, suggesting that "software as a service" are here to stay.

powerhouse   the information technology (IT) powerhouse, have long provided managed and hosted services for large enterprises. Their new vertical industry focus, software as a service solutions for medium companies, will supposedly help companies reduce the guesswork and expense of deploying sophisticated business management technology by providing software, services, and support. They will create a single point of contact at a total monthly cost for as low as $325 (USD) per user. The aggregate monthly cost assumes Read More...
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Three: ACCPAC
ACCPAC continues to enhance the PRO series and Advantage series product lines.

powerhouse  subsidiary of the software powerhouse Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA). Earlier, in the summer 2003, at its ACCPAC Partnership 2003 Conference , the vendor announced the availability of Version 7.2 of the ACCPAC Pro Series accounting and manufacturing system. Among the numerous new features in this version were international accounting support for Multiple Value-Added Tax (VAT) and a series of new productivity-enhancing wizards designed to accelerate shipping and inventory forecasting Read More...
Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 2: Market Impact
Stampede 2002 has radiated moderate optimism within VARs and other attendees, in a sharp contrast with many other user or industry conferences where we have felt a generally somber, anxious, or at least subdued mood. Small wonder for this isolated ebullience, given that, despite the current soft market, both MBS and most of its partners are still operating well, are discussing closing new accounts, and even expanding.

powerhouse  itself as an up-and-coming powerhouse in the overall enterprise applications market. True, to fully accomplish that feat, Microsoft has yet to concurrently garner sufficient experience in the enterprise level business application market, a vertical industry savoir-faire , and in notable system integration partnerships, and, consequently, it has not yet developed a strong mind-share among the C-level executives (decision makers) at the larger corporations. It has been proven many times in the past how Read More...
Enterprise Applications Battlefield Mid-Year Scoreboard Part 2: Microsoft
The results from providers of strategic infrastructure that have more technology irons in the fire have typically proven better lately, if not spectacular, with one hoping these would even re-invigorate spending in the enterprise arena.

powerhouse  to become an up-and-coming powerhouse in the overall enterprise applications market. Microsoft Challenges True, to accomplish that feat, Microsoft has to concurrently garner sufficient experience in the enterprise level business application market, a vertical industry savoir-faire , and a notable system integration partnership (which might force the company to consider buying a high-profile consulting/system integration firm similar to IBM s acquisition of PwCC , rumors about Accenture being the target Read More...

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