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Siebel Has Done It Again - This Time with Navision
Siebel Systems, the leading CRM vendor, remains the most eligible CRM bachelor. On June 21, Navision Software a/s, a Danish provider of ERP solutions for mid

soap navision  a kind of a soap opera scene? User Recommendations Navision customers should certainly consider the new offering, but avoid selecting it without looking at what the other vendors have to offer. We recommend identifying your unique needs and comparison shopping, at least for the negotiation leverage sake. As for potential customers, we generally recommend including Navision Software in a long list enterprise application selection for lower-end mid-market companies (with $5M-$250M in revenue) and divisions Read More...
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A U.S.-based regional healthcare support network turned to TEC for help selecting a distribution enterprise resource planning (ERP for distribution) solution for its medical supply and equip...
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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

soap navision  Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), and it is a view of the next-generation Internet computing environment as consisting of Web Services accessed by devices that interact with other services and content applications. As to achieve the proof of concept for its .NET and Web Services initiatives, Microsoft has had to entice enterprises to adopt its vision, architecture, and essential products and it has had to rally many other software vendors to build complementary solutions and/or to make their existing Read More...
Made2Manage Offers New Functionality And A VIP Treatment Part 2: Market Impact
During last two years, Made2Manage had mobilized its resources to evolve from a vendor of traditional ERP software to a provider of 'one-stop-shop' enterprise

soap navision  Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Extensible Markup Language (XML); these, in turn, might possibly become the standard for future Internet-based applications in the SME market. Made2Manage also offers a Web-based training and support program for its customers called M2M University. This subscription-based education program along with additional service and support functionality is available through a customer-facing portal called M2M Expert. Another example of Made2Manage's alertness in service 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

soap navision  Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), and it is a view of the next-generation Internet computing environment as consisting of Web Services accessed by devices that interact with other services and content applications. As to achieve the proof of concept for its .NET and Web Services initiatives, Microsoft has been enticing enterprises to adopt its vision, architecture, and essential products and it has had to rally many other software vendors to build complementary solutions and/or to make their existing Read More...
J.D. Edwards Finds Its Inner-Self Within Its 5th Incarnation Part 4: Challenges and User Recommendations
J.D. Edwards is leaner, meaner, much more aggressive and with a winning attitude than it has been in the past. It is not easy to regain momentum in a down

soap navision  Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)), publicly available documented APIs (preferably using Web Services Description Language (WSDL)), backward API compatibility for last few product releases, and APIs should be registered in an industry-accepted directory (i.e., Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)). This is Part Four of a four-part note on J.D. Edwards. Parts One and Two covered recent announcements. Part Three discussed the Market Impact. This part outlines the Challenges J.D. Edwar Read More...
Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains’ Insatiable Appetite?
Great Plains announced it intends to significantly expand its mid market e-business community through the acquisition of Solomon Software, its direct competitor

soap navision  Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains’ Insatiable Appetite? Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains' Insatiable Appetite? P.J. Jakovljevic - May 26, 2000 Event Summary On May 1, Great Plains announced it intends to significantly expand its mid market e-business community through the acquisition of Solomon Software, its direct competitor. The combined company, Great Plains, will have more than 130,000 customers, 2,200 team members and a worldwide network of 2,000 channel partners. Great Plains Read More...
Mirror Mirror on the Wall…
When speaking to our smaller customers, they are continuously expressing how they are evaluating their options in establishing the best type of relationship

soap navision  Mirror on the Wall… When speaking to our smaller customers, they are continuously expressing how they are evaluating their options in establishing the best type of relationship with their solution provider as trusted advisors to facilitate the success of their software projects. Buyers in the SMB arena are looking for the right mix between industry expertise, local support and pre-defined product capabilities. The question remains whether this can be delivered directly by a software vendor or Read More...
Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 3: Challenges
MBS is both a threat and an opportunity for the most nimble vendors, and mid-market CRM vendors might have acquired another lease of life extension in the

soap navision  Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 3: Challenges Event Summary At the end of September, Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ), an enterprise applications division of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the largest software company in the world, fleshed out the contents of its seemingly well crafted and diligently thought-out product and services strategies aimed primarily at the small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) applications market, consisting of many intriguing Read More...
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 2: Event Summary Continued
Oracle continues respond to the changing requirements of the market, by addressing the need for Wireless Internet support, application servers, and expanded ASP

soap navision  portlets based on the SOAP and XML architecture they are using to build Web services. The new architecture uses Java and J2EE for core business logic, and XML infrastructure to deliver the app to the end user-whether they are portlets, Web services, or wireless content. In addition to the portal product, Oracle is rolling a new micro edition of its J2EE developer tools focused on wireless applications. Oracle is also making a preview version of its Oracle 9i Application Server supporting J2EE 1.3 Read More...
Microsoft Paints CRM Landscape On Lately A ‘Still Nature’ Business Applications Scenery
While most of its applications co-opetitors have been licking their wounds and bracing for a long summer drought, fat cash cushioned Microsoft has been putting

soap navision  Paints CRM Landscape On Lately A ‘Still Nature’ Business Applications Scenery Microsoft Paints CRM Landscape On Lately A 'Still Nature' Business Applications Scenery P.J. Jakovljevic - August 15, 2002 Event Summary On July 11, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the largest software company in the world, fleshed out the contents of its recently pre-launched Microsoft Customer Relationship Management ( Microsoft CRM ) offerings for the mid-market, together with an indication of pricing. Read More...
Epicor Claims The Forefront Of CRM.NET-ification Part 1
By harnessing .NET possibly more zealously than its creator Microsoft’s Great Plains and Navision enterprise counterparts, and while difficult market conditions

soap navision  Epicor,CRM.NET-ification Part 1,CRM.NET,Epicor Software Corporation,.NET CRM architecture,Epicor's product lines,Clientele CRM.NET Suite,Clientele Customer Support 8.0,ClienteleNet,Clientele CRM product,CRM functionality,customer relationship management fucntionality,Microsoft .NET Platform,customer service et support Read More...
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision
This is a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

soap navision  Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision Introduction The starting point of the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision is that supply chain management requires effective use of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Its central theme focuses on using Microsoft Navision for managing supply chain activities in manufacturers and distributors. Its target audience includes those individuals implementing or considering Microsoft Navision as their ERP system. The Read More...
TARGIT
TARGIT was founded in 1986 with CEO Morten Sandlykke as one of the founding partners. Back then, we worked closely together with other large Danish software

soap navision  TARGIT was founded in 1986 with CEO Morten Sandlykke as one of the founding partners. Back then, we worked closely together with other large Danish software companies like Navision and XAL, known today as MS Dynamics NAV and AX, and we still share the technologies and innovative business ideologies with these platforms. From the very beginning, we developed and sold Business Management Systems. While starting out as a software company providing applications to the retail and oil business, we quickly Read More...

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