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The Intranet Has Come a Long Way: Where is it Going Next?
The intranet was born from the marriage of two opposing business initiatives. The word processing department was cutting costs by eliminating the printed

set up intranet  the platform, its tool set and its broad complement of business applications, the value gap between proprietary and non-proprietary systems widened rapidly and closed slowly but it has closed. As Intranet-based applications continue to gain dominance, the mainframe features of systems like AS/400 are more and more appreciated. Network printing and spool file management, security and access authorization, web-enabled relational database and performance management capabilities that assure availability of Read More...
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place
USWEB/CKS has announced it fourth quarter results. Its performance is on the money, and continues to drive forward as it goes through expansion by mergers and

set up intranet  than use a limited set of technologies and products governed by supply agreements, direct profit motives, or limited capabilities and resources. As a trend, however, many companies such as USWEB/CKS are forming relationships with product-centric companies like IBM, Novell, and Microsoft. While this does not necessarily mean a loss in the agnostic trait, the user should be aware of the degree of immersion of the company with any particular technology. This can prove to be an advantage or disadvantage Read More...
10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success
Knowledge management (KM) can mean different things to an organization depending upon the nature of the initiative. KM is not a technology or set of

set up intranet  in helping executive management set appropriate expectations. Customers, employees and management alike must know what they are going to get out of knowledge management, what it will take to get those results and how success will be measured. Measurement is where most organizations fail because they are doing things that were not measured before. So a year from now, you’ve built this thing, it’s up and running and everyone loves it and your boss says “where’s my return?” If you don’t have a Read More...
Feds Warms Up to ERP Spending, but Will Contractors and Their ERP Vendors Comply? Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact
There has been noise in the US public sector about a strong federal (Feds) interest in ERP applications. This, coupled with the Feds customary huge purchasing

set up intranet  results in a unique set of part numbers, bills of material, and routings . Closely related term to ETO is project manufacturing , which is defined as a type of manufacturing process used for large, often unique, items or structures that require a custom design capability (ETO). This type of process is highly flexible and can cope with a broad range of product designs and design changes . As already stated in TEC's earlier research article ERP Systems and the ETO Manufacturing Market , a vast majority of Read More...
Do You Need a Content Management System?
Understanding what content management means is the first step to determine how a solution will suit your company. Because of the abundance of information both

set up intranet  it is crucial to set up the business goals and make sure all stake holders are involved in the process. Spending enough time on the initial phases will reduce the business risks inherent in selecting the most appropriate CMS. There are several factors to consider when selecting the appropriate solution for your organization. If you want to maximize the chances of choosing the most appropriate solution for your organization, be sure to research and speak with the appropriate solution providers. TEC will Read More...
7 Secrets to Effective Follow-up Marketing
Apply these seven secrets to your marketing, and you’ll get two to four times the number of deals from a batch of leads. Sounds outrageous? Well, how about this

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The High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does it Cost to Keep Up to Date?
Companies are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after they have been installed. The question isn’t

set up intranet  High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does it Cost to Keep Up to Date? Companies are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after they have been installed. The question isn’t whether an ERP solution supports change, but rather at what cost? How quickly can adjustments be made, and what stresses do such changes place on the organization. To answer these questions, this paper provides results from a survey of senior finance executives. Read More...
Case Study: Real Estate Firm Adopts Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to Drive Up-sell Opportunities
Real estate firm The Norris Group was holding ten years of customer history with an online e-mail marketing vendor. Costly errors, data loss, and the lack of

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Cisco Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks
Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million.

set up intranet  Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks Event Summary Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million. Cisco said it will integrate Tasmania's content network caching software into its current Cache Engine 500 product line. Network caching speeds up content delivery and overall network performance by storing frequently accessed information, like Web pages, closer to the end user, which decreases download times. The Read More...
Concur Gives Up The Boast
Concur Technologies dreamed of going mano a mano with Ariba and Commerce One. However, announcing the details of its new operating plan in the report of a

set up intranet  product to a different set of customers from those likely to buy from a software vendor. User Recommendations The users who care most about the announcement are current Concur Procurement users who are looking at the sad inevitability of another product selection. Other Concur customers of licensed software need not, we think, be too concerned, although it might be wise to get some hard answers about the company's commitment to their particular licensed product given its drive toward a largely ASP model. Read More...
SAP sets up Apparel and Footwear team
At the end of September, SAP AG's U.S. subsidiary set up a dedicated team of technical consultants to assist apparel and footwear makers installing SAP R/3. The

set up intranet  sets up Apparel and Footwear team Event Summary SAP is trying to stabilize its Apparel and Footwear R/3 Solution (AFS) after early users had problems with the software, leading several to stop work on their projects. Until now, SAP was pulling consultants from its wider consumer products group to deal with AFS installations. The new AFS team now has 35 consultants on board, and expects to increase that count to 50 by year's end, stated Annegret Sonnenberg, vice president of SAP's retail and consumer pro Read More...
The New and the Noteworthy: 2008 Vendor Wrap-up
2008 seemed to be the year for mergers and acquisitions (M@As) in the world of enterprise software—with companies like Oracle picking up Primavera Software’s

set up intranet  Oco’s experience, most organizations set up to handle their most pressing BI needs.  If these are already in the “canned” assortment of applications that are provided by Oco, then the implementation times will be dramatically cut. Of the software that Oco provides, all headings, field titles, etc, are software lookups, not hard-coded into the program(s) so that one program serves many customers. All the offerings are supported from one single image system. This means that any tweaking, enhancing, Read More...
TradeBeam Keeps on Rounding Out Its GTM Set
TradeBeam strategic expansion, which covers the entire life cycle of global trade across order, logistics and financial settlement activities, seeks to improve

set up intranet  Rounding Out Its GTM Set TradeBeam Keeps on Rounding Out Its GTM Set At the end of 2004, TradeBeam Holdings , Inc ., a leading provider of global trade management (GTM) solutions that streamline global trading processes for enterprises and their partners, announced that it has acquired the assets of Open Harbor , a leading provider of international trade logistics (ITL) solutions. TradeBeam solutions include import and export compliance and global trade finance solutions like open account and letter of Read More...
Surf's Up at Akamai
Akamai has unveiled a killer IPO in a mere 14 months. Its innovative product called FreeFlow delivers website content at stellar speeds. Will it be able to

set up intranet  on a very limited set of clients. This represents a huge exposure for Akamai, which needs to quickly expand its number of clients and dollars generated from them. Akamai must also prove that it can retain clients for extended periods, rather than support only those organizations that need a short term bandwith expansion for a specific launch or campaign. Recent announcements show that Akamai has begun to address this issue, but it remains a concern. Patent Exposure: From an innovation perspective, Akamai Read More...
Advertising Makes It Up In Volume
A small decline in Internet advertising rates turns out to be no problem for the advertising business as inventory explodes.

set up intranet  Makes It Up In Volume Event Summary AdKnowledge eAnalytics, the strategic analysis arm of Engage Technologies (NASDAQ: ENGA) has issued its annual review of online advertising. Engage is a subsidiary of CMGI (NASDAQ: CMGI). The report finds a modest decline in CPM rates, the basic measure of the cost of advertising. The CPM rate is the price a website charges an advertiser for showing one thousand impressions of an ad. The average CPM rate decreased from $35.13 in December 1998 to $33.75 in Read More...

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