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Managing the Aches and Pains of Long Cycle Times: Automating Controls for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
One of the biggest challenges (or business pain points) for pharmaceutical manufacturers (or life sciences companies) is the long cycles that are required for

s part 38  of electronic records. Each step of product R&D and approval processes must be, according to the dictates of 21 CFRR Part 11, consistent, reliable, and repeatable—in other words, each version of every document must be archived and easily retrieved for the purposes of inspection or auditing. But this thorough documentation means that the approval process can be streamlined with automated functionality, as the time needed to send documents to the approving individual(s) will be reduced (with a Read More...
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A New Platform to Battle Software Bloat?
Lawson has unveiled a new standards-based business applications platform designed to increase overall application quality and improve the product lifecycle

s part 38  databases and operating system s (OS). To put into perspective, although Lawson initially provided custom mainframe software for Burroughs and IBM installations, the company has continually recognized and anticipated new computing trends by broadening its platform support and adding products. For example, it added IBM System/38 in 1981, IBM AS/400 (now IBM iSeries ) in 1988, UNIX in 1990, and Microsoft Windows NT in 1998. The company fully embraced open systems technology in 1985 by moving all Read More...
Manugistics Indulges In The Open M&A Season
Does Manugistics’ acquisition of a small ERP vendor confirms a further degree of integration and convergence between ERP, SCM and CRM applications in 2002 and

s part 38  an order to a specific customer. This concludes Part One of a two-part analysis of recent news from Manugistics. Part Two will continue the Market Impact, including the Challenges presented, and make User Recommendations. Read More...
Integrating Customer Relationship Management through Software As A Service
The customer relationship management (CRM) market is changing. Over half the market is served by small vendors. Fully integrated business suites like NetSuite

s part 38  CRM vendors ( SAP, Siebel, PeopleSoft, and Oracle ) accounted for only 38 percent of this total CRM revenue. Part two of the Comparing On Demand Customer Relationship Management Service Alternatives series. So, despite Oracle's CRM buying spree (including its acquisition of PeopleSoft and its planned acquisition of Siebel), when all is said and done, the combined CRM market share controlled by Oracle in 2004 will be a mere 21 percent, while SAP controls approximately 17 percent of the market. In other Read More...
Beware Supply Chain Excel Users (You Are Doomed!)
Last week, I attended a supply chain management (SCM) user conference in Florida.The main objective of the user conference was to help users learn and share

s part 38  Supply Chain Excel Users (You Are Doomed!) Last week, I attended a supply chain management (SCM) user conference in Florida . The main objective of the user conference was to help users learn and share experiences to eliminate business pains faced either due to lack of technology or business processes. MS Excel, was proudly mentioned in many of the conversations I had with supply chain professionals. It felt like SCM professionals were married to Excel, and their supply chain and operational Read More...
Curbing MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part II
Part I of this blog series expanded on some of TEC's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant (

s part 38  MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part II Part I of this blog series expanded on some of TEC 's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant ( blue collar trenches ) and the enterprise ( white collar ivory tower ). It also pointed out the difficulties in achieving this idea. An obvious solution would be a tightly integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) and manufacturing execution system (MES) package that would help manufacturers close the gap between the shop Read More...
It's the Aftermarket Service, Stupid! (Part II)
Part I of this blog topic introduced MCA Solutions and its flagship Service Planning Optimization (SPO) solution for planning and optimizing spare parts

s part 38  s the Aftermarket Service, Stupid! (Part II) Part I of this blog topic introduced MCA Solutions and its flagship Service Planning Optimization (SPO) solution for planning and optimizing spare parts [ evaluate this product ]. That blog post also tackled MCA's notably good times during 2007. In the meantime, an informative post on MCA was also published by the Sourcing Innovation blog . A related 2007 milestone at MCA included a significant expansion with both new and existing customers in core markets, Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIc)
The first part (Part II) of this blog series described the opportunities for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand applications, especially in the current

s part 38  several thousand seats per site ( as mentioned in Part II ), and those recurring subscription volumes certainly help absorb their hefty research and development (R&D) and marketing investments. The recent merger of Xactly and Centive  might best illustrate how difficult it is for startup SaaS vendors to reach profitability. Namely, both on-demand incentive and compensation management (I&CM ) software providers respectively had great products, good partner ecosystems, and growing install bases, but Read More...
Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part III)
Part II of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek EPM suite, which came as a result of three focused acquisitions. It also analyzed

s part 38  s Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part III) Part II of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek EPM suite, which came as a result of three focused acquisitions . It also analyzed the suite's resulting potential cross- and up-sell opportunities and its prospective additional revenue for Deltek in a standalone manner. However, Deltek has not been sitting still when it comes to continually enhancing its core products either. Deltek Vision 5 Series For example, the new Resource Read More...
Compiere ERP Becomes Part of Consona
In the enterprise open source space, a notable change came to light today affecting Compiere users and partners. Consona announced its acquisition of Compiere.

s part 38  ERP Becomes Part of Consona In the enterprise open source space, a notable change came to light today affecting Compiere users and partners. Consona announced its acquisition of Compiere . Compiere started back in 1999. One of its founders explained to me that the company's business (circa 2004) largely came from support, migration, and priority requests from clients. An integral component of the delivery model was Compiere's partners. So Compiere focused on providing second-level support to their Read More...
Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced TAKE Supply Chain, a supply chain management (SCM) division of TAKE Solutions, Ltd. The TAKE Solutions parent company is a

s part 38  e ( now OneSCM, see Part 1 ) and ClearOrbit’s X.PC products had separate SRM capabilities with some common features. OneSCM is a multi-tenant SaaS solution with a strong messaging layer, whereas X.PC provided depth in collaborative demand planning, quality assurance (QA), supplier diversity, and control over shipment execution. OneSCM has added the ability to address the growing preference for affordable 'pay-as-you-go' solutions. In the long term, the two SRM product sets are being merged into a Read More...
PLM (Vendors) and Lean Product Development-Part 4: PTC
If you have followed my previous posts of this blog series (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3), I guess you may have an idea about who will be the third vendor I’m

s part 38  posts of this blog series ( Part 1 , Part 2 , and Part 3 ), I guess you may have an idea about who will be the third vendor I’m going to discuss concerning the relevance between its product lifecycle management (PLM) offerings and the lean product development (LPD) concept. Yes, it is PTC . Like Dassault Systèmes and Siemens PLM Software , PTC is also located in the CAD-PLM camp (read this article if you want to know more about how I categorized major PLM vendors into two categories) that provides Read More...
Nothing Succeeds Like Success(Factors) - Part 2
Part 1 of this series introduced SuccessFactors, a public provider of software as a service (SaaS) talent management solutions. My post first analyzed the

s part 38  Succeeds Like Success(Factors) - Part 2 Part 1 of this series introduced SuccessFactors , a public provider of  software as a service (SaaS)   talent management  solutions. My post first analyzed the vendor’s evolution from its traditional People Performance realm to the seemingly more opportune Business Execution (BizX) province. Then, I talked about SuccessFactors’ multiple product editions to satisfy companies of all size and detailed the two core modules of the SuccessFactors BizX suite Read More...
Do You Want Your App to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 2
In Part 1 of this blog series I admitted to being a late adopter of a sort, in part for not immediately jumping onto the social media bandwagon. In particular

s part 38  par with  notebook PC s (and both surpassed  desktop computers  in 2008) when it comes to how we access the Internet. Fundamental Shift in Computing: Cloud 1 vs. Cloud 2 Salesforce.com is the first solely cloud-based company to exceed US$1.4 billion in revenues with over 77,300 corporate customers of all sizes. Possibly the best example of the pace of change in technology would be that even the Amazon.com, Google , and eBay metaphors of the early 2000s look a bit dated today in comparison to those Read More...

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