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SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: Physician Micro Systems, Inc. Physician Micro Systems, Inc. Source: Epicor Document Type: Case Study Description: By itself, the Clientele support component was great; it had consistently done exactly what we wanted it to do over a significant period of time, says Hooper. In choosing the new solution, we knew we needed to integrate it with our support group. Our support group was using a well-tested product that was essentially problem-free. We didn’t have to call Epicor’s support team frequently
9/1/2005 10:43:00 AM

Innovation Driver and BI Vendor QlikTech’s QlikView Is Now a TEC Certified BI Solution » The TEC Blog
retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (181) Business Process Matters (65) Customer Relationship Matters (159) FOSS Ecosystem (24) From the Project Manager s Desk (32) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1127) Information Management and Collaboration (39) Inside TEC (91) Manufacturing Operations (97) Product Lifecycle Matters (80) Risk and Compliance (26) Software 101 (66) Software Selection (254) Supply Chain Logi

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20-12-2012

SCM Software for Mills
Demand for mill products especially in the metals and packaging industry is growing fast. This presents a good opportunity for the software vendors who cater to the needs of customers in these industries.But these industries have some unique requirements which are discussed throughout this article. Supply chain management software which does planning and execution for manufacturing, transportation, distribution etc. for mills industry, needs to address these unique requirements.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: SCM Software for Mills SCM Software for Mills Ashfaque Ahmed - July 17, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Mills produce very different products than products which are made in a typical process or discrete manufacturing. Mill products contain order specific attributes like width, surface finish, length, chemical composition, physical and chemical tolerance limits, and standard product specification (either company specific or more common industry specific). Mill products can be in the form of coils, rolls,
7/17/2004

An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who They Are and Where They re Going
During the first half of 1999 alone, viruses have wreaked havoc on the Internet and corporate networks, causing over 7 Billion (USD) in damages.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who They Are and Where They re Going An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who They Are and Where They re Going P. Hayes - February 1, 2000 Read Comments An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who they are and where they re going P.Hayes - February 7th, 2000 Vendor Genesis A former Hewlett-Packard engineer, Steve Chang, the present CEO of Trend Micro, founded Trend in 1998. Trend Micro s first anti-virus products were released in early 1990 with marketing primarily
2/1/2000

New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 2: The Efficiency Gains of E-Procurement
From point-and-click ordering using Web-based catalogs of individual suppliers, to marketplaces that bring together in one place the products or services offered by multiple suppliers, to live auctions that determine the lowest-price bidder — there is a wide range of new e-procurement methods and tools to help businesses buy goods and services better, faster, and cheaper.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 2: The Efficiency Gains of E-Procurement New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 2: The Efficiency Gains of E-Procurement Scott A. Elliff - February 16, 2001 Read Comments Executive Summary Every business is a purchaser as well as a supplier, with many routinely processing hundreds of buying activities daily. Typically, purchases represent 50 to 90% of a company s cost structure — making procurement strategy and execution a critical lever for effective supply chain operations
1/4/2013 4:15:00 PM

Top Floor to Shop Floor: Business Insight for the Discrete Manufacturing Industry
To stay competitive, organizations are looking for ways to facilitate a smoother and more optimized global supply chain. But while companies are turning to business intelligence (BI) tools, many lack the ability to escape the gravity well of becoming data-rich while remaining information-poor. Learn how leading companies have eliminated the obstacles that hinder their ability to make better business decisions.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER:   kpi management,   scm management,   scm software,   business intelligence management,   business intelligence manager,   business kpi,   scm erp,   business intelligence services,   business intelligence solution,   discrete manufacturing,   scm crm,   business intelligence pdf Source: SAP Learn more about SAP Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management Buyer’s Guide
1/25/2010 11:04:00 AM

SSA Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio
SSA Global's strategy to grow both organically and through acquisition while developing an end-to-end suite of applications with one open platform architecture has allowed this traditional enterprise resource planning vendor to evolve into a supply chain management solutions provider.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio SSA Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio Michael Bittner - January 19, 2006 Read Comments Background The stages of SSA Global s continued success over the past five years are well documented by the media and analyst communities. With financial year (FY)2005 revenues of $712 million (USD), up 12 percent over FY2004, a net income of $8.9 million (USD), and 3,700 employees in North America, Europe,
1/19/2006

Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY FashionPart 2: Market Impact
Tier2/Tier 3 vendors are prepared to endure the onslaught of the likes of SAP, Oracle, and PeopleSoft, as well as of proverbial mid-market leaders such as J.D. Edwards, Baan, Intentia, QAD, IFS and Epicor, and newly formed mid-market juggernauts like Microsoft Great Plains, Best Software (formerly Sage Software), and Navision, to name some. Frontstep and the Syspro Group lead the way.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 2: Market Impact Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 2: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - April 22, 2002 Read Comments Market Impact The erstwhile frenzy of enterprise applications software company mergers and/or acquisitions was not exactly a big surprise, as consolidation is normal to almost every industry. The Y2K-problem caused a market slump in 1999 and the current protracted global economic slowdown has been particularly hard on
4/22/2002

PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM WherewithalPart Two: Market Impact
The PeopleSoft-J.D. Edwards merger was, in great part, about retaining the big five (or big four, or big three) seat and the need to be bigger within shrinking market opportunities. The combined vendors should now a have solid foothold against SAP and Oracle, particularly because one better-performing side could, if necessary, cover up for the underachieving one.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Two: Market Impact PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Two: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - January 26, 2004 Read Comments Market Impact This article analyzes whether the array of recent PeopleSoft , Inc. (NASDAQ: PSFT), moves will finally and lastingly establish it as a serious contender in the manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) space. These moves are discussed in detail in
1/26/2004

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an uninformed decision. This part discusses what to do when business analysis skills are lacking.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Part 2: We Are Looking for the Vendor To Tell Us Mark Wells - July 16, 2001 Read Comments Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for SCM Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software investment decision grows more critical. Many decision-makers loo
7/16/2001

Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY FashionPart 1: Recent Announcements
While the ERP mid-market has seen more vibrant intra-market merger & acquisition activity during 2001, it appears that 2002 will, for some more tenacious Tier 2/Tier 3 vendors, be the year of delivering products under their own steam as to counteract the onslaught by Tier 1 vendors and mid-market juggernauts.

SCM MICRO USBAT DRIVER: Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 1: Recent Announcements Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 1: Recent Announcements P.J. Jakovljevic - April 19, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary Microsoft s acquisition of Great Plains , MAPICS acquisition of Pivotpoint, and the merger of former Navision Software and Damgaard in 2000, combined with the anxiety of the then only looming economic slowdown, triggered the spate of mergers & acquisitions throughout 2001 (see The
4/19/2002


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