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Enterprise Software Trends: A Look Back at 2012
Here’s what TEC analysts have to say about some of the more significant enterprise software developments of 2012.Aleksey Osintsev, TEC Research Analyst, on

software editorial  multitenant cloud-based manufacturing ERP software packages do not (and may never) fit some types of manufacturing at all. Raluca Druta, TEC CRM Analyst, on customer value co-creation: Customer value co-creation was, in my opinion, the most spectacular development of the year. In 2012 more companies acknowledged that the knowledge a person accumulates from using a product is priceless, and as such, customers need to be involved in product and service development. As word-of-mouth now spreads across ever Read More...
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Trunity: Introduction to an LMS/WCM Software Provider
Learning management systems (LMSs) and Web content management (WCM) systems for corporate or educational environments have a new but not untested contender

software editorial  tried to make its software mimic the editorial process that large publishers would normally use. Trunity, in its work with the Digital Universe Project, has developed a system that it sells for learning management and Web content management. From the LMS side, Trunity claims upward of 90 universities adopting Trunity Learn, which it positions for the higher education market, K-12, and corporate learning environments. From the content management side, Trunity Connect is in the earlier stages of its busines Read More...
Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times--A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Four: RFID Software Issues
Logically, radio frequency identification (RFID) deployment will be a far cry from a minor development project that can be completed in a few months or weeks

software editorial  find out where enterprise software is going in the next five years, and how it can make or break their profitability and market share. The panel, which was moderated by Josh Greenbaum, included the following participants: Barry Wilderman; Peggy Smedley, president and editorial director; Start Magazine ; Dave Turbide, an independent consultant and renowned columnist for magazines such as The Manufacturing Systems ; and Predrag Jakovljevic, research director, TEC. In preparation for the event, we polled the Read More...
READER’S POLL: What Type of Software or Business Area Are You Interested in Learning More About?
TEC’s research analysts are currently putting together a calendar of enterprise software buyer’s guides for 2011. Our Buyer Guides and State of the Market

software editorial  Service (SaaS) for Financials Software as a Service (SaaS) for Manufacturing Aerospace & Defense Manufacturing Medical/Tech Manufacturing Human Capital Management The Cloud ERP for Distribution Security Governance, Risk, and Compliance What would you like to see? Let us know by taking our poll at the end of this post. Once we’ve tallied the results, we’ll finalize our 2011 editorial calendar and publish the results in an upcoming blog post. {democracy:48} Read More...
The Importance of the White Paper and What It Can Do for You
The white paper—a wonderful little piece of literature chock full of thought provoking insight and informative prose—got its start many years ago, long before

software editorial  gold mine for prospective software buyers and corporate decision makers alike. But not every white paper is worth its weight in gold—in fact some are downright awful. With every white paper that crosses my desk, a lot of thought goes into whether or not it meets TEC’s editorial standards. TEC aims to provide informative content to its readers, so each and every white paper is vetted to ensure that it measures up to our requirements. How white papers can help the prospective enterprise software buyer� Read More...
A Portrait of the Indian Enterprise Software User
Like many markets recovering from global economic turmoil, the enterprise software market has experienced a slew of company expansion and consolidation ventures

software editorial  of the Indian Enterprise Software User Like many markets recovering from global economic turmoil, the enterprise software market has experienced a slew of recent company expansion and consolidation ventures. In large part, this was an effort to pool resources, acquire technology patents, and expand product portfolios to capture larger portions of the market. The Indian enterprise software market was no exception. Indian subsidiaries of software vendors like SAP and Oracle claim that they have not only Read More...
RTI Software
RTI Software, Inc. is a CRM software development company that furnishes out-of-the-box customer service, help desk, problem resolution, defect tracking, sales

software editorial  Software RTI Software, Inc. is a CRM software development company that furnishes out-of-the-box customer service, help desk, problem resolution, defect tracking, sales force, and marketing automation software to medium-sized businesses. The company gears its CRM business process functionality toward the software industry. RTI Software was founded in 1990 and operates from Illinois, USA. Read More...
Busting the Myth of Commoditized Software Markets with the New TEC Focus Indicator
The new TEC Focus Indicator is a concrete way to start gauging the real functionality, competitive differentiators, and focus of enterprise software products

software editorial  the Myth of Commoditized Software Markets with the New TEC Focus Indicator If you're in the early phases or even in the midst of a software selection project, I assume you've read industry analyst prestidigitations, squared those up with vendor posturing, and lent an ear to various experts. Those efforts might help you figure out whether the products you're considering buying and eventually implementing actually do what you need, but the new TEC Focus Indicator ( TEC FI ) is a concrete way to start Read More...
Argos Software
Argos Software develops, markets, and supports PC-based financial and management accounting software designed around the requirements of specified industries

software editorial  Software Argos Software develops, markets, and supports PC-based financial and management accounting software designed around the requirements of specified industries: transportation/trucking, railroads, warehousing and logistics, distribution, nursery and greenhouse, landscaping, agribusiness, service, brokers, mining, manufacturing, and others. The main product is ABECAS® : Activity Based Enterprise Cost Accounting System Read More...
Computer, IT, and Software
The computer, IT, and software industry represents permanent innovation and change: new technologies, new business models, and the constant search for best

software editorial  IT, and Software The computer, IT, and software industry represents permanent innovation and change: new technologies, new business models, and the constant search for best business and technology practices. In a market that changes every day, high financial risks must be addressed accordingly. Computer, IT, and software companies must take action to maintain profitability and stay competitive. Leading companies in this industry that adopt technologies to help meet their business, operational, Read More...
Ultimate Software
Ultimate Software delivers cloud-based human capital management (HCM) solutions that help businesses personalize talent acquisition, simplify payroll

software editorial  Software Ultimate Software delivers cloud-based human capital management (HCM) solutions that help businesses personalize talent acquisition, simplify payroll computations, manage time and attendance, and support proactive, strategic talent management. Founded in 1990, Ultimate Software supports thousands of customers, representing diverse industries and managing millions of employees across the world.    Ultimate Software operates with a commitment to always put people first. This philosophy is Read More...
Mesonic Business Software
Founded in 1978 in Vienna, Austria, Mesonic is a developer of commercial business and e-business software solutions, including financial and accounting

software editorial  Business Software Founded in 1978 in Vienna, Austria, Mesonic is a developer of commercial business and e-business software solutions, including financial and accounting, inventory management, asset accounting, payroll, and production. With sales offices in Germany, Italy, the United States (US), and Columbia, Mesonic has over 50,000 customer companies of all sizes in retail, manufacturing, and other areas of the public sector, including McDonald's, Price Waterhouse, and Deutsche Synchron. Read More...
On-premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors
Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the

software editorial  premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the number of options available for managing, delivering, and paying for software applications. Many independent software vendors recognize the benefits of offering software as a service--a delivery alternative that can present long-term benefits for all Read More...

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