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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
 

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Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters
It appears that several of Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) Solomon's truly differentiating traits, which could not have been easily or quickly replicated by

solomon iv  Solutions Solomon , formerly Solomon IV and Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV , a prominent business management and e-business suite of applications for small and mid-market companies, and the product that some had prematurely written off after being acquired first by one of its erstwhile greatest nemeses, former Great Plains Software in 2000 (see Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains' Insatiable Appetite? ), and particularly after its new owner subsequently ended up under Microsoft's roof in 2001

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Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations


Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) announced the availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon 5.5, which includes several new features and enhancements in the product's Foundation Series, Financial Series, Project Series and Service Series of modules. This part covers the vendor’s challenges and makes user recommendations.

solomon iv  Solutions Solomon , formerly Solomon IV and Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV , is a prominent business management and e-business suite of applications for small and mid-market companies. Most recently, in summer 2003, Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) announced the availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon 5.5 , which includes several new features and enhancements in the product's Foundation Series, Financial Series, Project Series, and Service Series of modules. Naturally, the product has Read More

Solomon Software: Breaking Away from Perception as “Best-of-Breed-Accounting” Vendor


Due to its late expansion into the ERP world, the company has been trailed by its reputation of a best-of-breed accounting software vendor. While Solomon has accelerated its schedule of new functionality, it will be hard pressed with tight “time-to-market” constraints.

solomon iv  to medium enterprises (SMEs). Solomon IV is a suite of over 50 standard modules, running solely on Microsoft SQL Server and Windows NT/2000 platforms. It comprises the following series of products: Financial, Project, Service Management, Distribution, Manufacturing, and e-business. Since 1997, Solomon has acquired selected independent developers and launched partnerships, which have significantly broadened its product line. During 1998 and 1999, the company released its distribution, manufacturing, Read More

Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters Part Three: Product Differentiators


Of all the MBS' products, Solomon is apparently the purest in terms of a standard Microsoft technology stack, and without any proprietary additions. Furthermore, its sharp focus solely on Microsoft technology from ground up, coined in ''the power of one'' motto (one OS platform - Windows XP/NT/2000, one database platform - MS SQL Server, one development environment - MS Visual Basic, etc.), also presents an attractive, risk-adverse option for penny-pinching mid-market customers. Solomon IV has consequently been very competitive in speed of implementation, feasibility of customization, total cost of ownership (TCO), and price/performance ratio.

solomon iv  Solutions Solomon , formerly Solomon IV and Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV , is a prominent business management and e-business suite of applications for small and mid-market companies. Most recently, in summer 2003, Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) announced the availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon 5.5 , which includes several new features and enhancements in the product's Foundation Series, Financial Series, Project Series and Service Series of modules. If not for a broad footprint, Read More

Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters Part Two: Market Impact


MBS Solomon, due to its distinct differentiators and weaknesses has been blessed in disguise with possibly the most distinct niche and the least overlap (gray area) with the other MBS ERP products (i.e., MBS Great Plains, MBS Navision, and MBS Axapta).

solomon iv  Solutions Solomon , formerly Solomon IV and Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV , is a prominent business management and e-business suite of applications for small and mid-market companies. Most recently, in summer 2003, Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) announced the availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon 5.5 , which includes several new features and enhancements in the product's Foundation Series, Financial Series, Project Series, and Service Series of modules. Clearly, the MBS Solomon Read More

Vendors Jostle and Profess Economic Stimulus Readiness - Part IV


Part I of this series analyzed the opportunities (as well as the related strings attached) stemming from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), a.k.a. the Economic Stimulus Plan. The inspiration came from my attendance of the Deltek Insight 2009 user conference last May, where Deltek decided to fill a market need and interest by convening a separate “track” that was entitled

solomon iv  Jostle and Profess Economic Stimulus Readiness - Part IV Part I of this series  analyzed the opportunities (as well as the related strings attached) stemming from the  American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) , a.k.a. the Economic Stimulus Plan. The inspiration came from my attendance of  the Deltek Insight 2009 user conference last May , where Deltek decided to fill a market need and interest by convening a separate “track” that was entitled  “Stimulus & Beyond (Navigating Read More

Inovis MESH Framework for Dial Tone Business Communities


When it comes to business-to-business (B2B) communications, two of the basic requirements for regulatory compliance are having a reliable network and a high quality dial tone. So why would you want to settle for anything less? To ensure that both are obtained, many companies are entrusting their data—and their compliance responsibilities—to the Inovis Multienterprise Expert Services Hub (MESH) platform. Find out why.

solomon iv  business community management,compliance business community management,quality b2b communications,business community management bcm,bcm,business community development,business community management supply chain communication Read More

SouthWare Excellence Series: Making Excellence Easier Part Five: Competitive Analysis and User Recommendations


Most products have moved toward support for business management functions and exception management. SouthWare has embraced this concept at all levels, providing users executive information systems, exception management, task management, and even performance assessment.

solomon iv  and to some extent Solomon from Microsoft Business Solutions , MAS 500 from Best Software ), and finally manufacturing products that also compete in the distribution space (e.g., Syspro from Syspro ). Service management can be thought of as activities supporting both manufacturing and distribution functions and, as such, SouthWare will find itself in competition against the same distribution products as well as to a lesser extent manufacturing products. SouthWare's strength and weakness are its size. As Read More

From CIO to CEO?


The step from Chief Information Officer to Chief Executive Officer seems like it should be simple, but few manage to take it. Sure you’ve managed a budget, engaged in strategic planning, and saved the company a bundle of money. Experience like that just gets you in the game – your ace-in-the-hole is something you didn’t train for.

solomon iv  CIO to CEO? From CIO to CEO? Featured Author - Peter Meyer - December 11, 2000 Introduction Why don't CIOs become CEO? The step from Chief Information Officer to Chief Executive Officer seems like it should be simple - one little initial. Shouldn't information, one of the most important assets of any organization, be the key to success and promotion? To many, it makes sense that a good CIO should become CEO. Does that happen? A quick search of the Fortune 1000 will show what many CIOs know Read More

Can Java Perk Legacy Enterprise Resource Planning Systems?


Intentia has poured Java into its enterprise resource planning system, Movex, to meet the growing demand for functional enhancements and remote accessibility, without ripping and replacing legacy systems. However, are users willing to make the transition?

solomon iv  Java Perk Legacy Enterprise Resource Planning Systems? Situational Analysis Before their merger, Lawson (NASDAQ: LWSN) and Intentia (XSSE:INT B) were actively trying to cater to both existing and prospective customers. Sweden-based Intentia redesigned and rewrote Movex in Java, its extended enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, and US-based Lawson announced its Landmark technology development system. (For more information, see Intentia: Java Evolution From AS/400 ). Both are examples of how Read More

Winner Takes All - Siebel Ousts SalesLogix From Solomon’s Deal


Much sooner than its ERP counterparts had done it in their respective market, Siebel has been making a big push into the CRM mid-market with the introduction of eBusiness 2000 MidMarket Edition. Solomon Software, a division of Great Plains, is another in its string of recently announced notable product alliances.

solomon iv  Systems, Inc. with the Solomon IV product line to deliver a comprehensive, integrated, front and back office solution for Solomon customers. Great Plains Siebel Front Office for Solomon IV will possibly deliver the functionality, customization, ease of use, rapid deployment and pricing required by mid-market customers. This application will be available exclusively from authorized Solomon channel partners. Due to our recent acquisition by Great Plains, Solomon and its partners are now able to team with Read More

Nurturing the Cloud Ecosystem at the Acumatica Partner Summit 2014—Part One


TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic recently attended the Acumatica Partner Summit 2014 in Denver, Colorado, where the cloud ERP vendor’s partner ecosystem gathered to collaborate and explore all things Acumatica. In a series of posts, P.J. gives a short history of the company and overview of its partner channels, then explores Acumatica’s current focus on its partner network and where the company might be headed in the future.

solomon iv  in selling the former Solomon Software ’s offerings in Singapore and the broader South Asia region. During several years of operation, the Solomon Singapore affiliate garnered about 400 customers in the region.   The comfortable situation in South Asia changed rapidly in the early 2000s after Microsoft acquired the former Great Plains (including Solomon) and Navision (including Axapta ), and when, for whatever reason, it started relentlessly pushing Navision (now Microsoft Dynamics NAV ) at the Read More

Mirapoint ~ ISP Messaging Solution in a Box?


The Mirapoint administration client allows you to also administer services directly. Mirapoint supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), NIS (Network Information Service), SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), POP (Post Office Protocol) and IMAP (Internet Mail Access Protocol).

solomon iv  ~ ISP Messaging Solution in a Box? Product Background Satish Ramachandran founded Mirapoint in 1997; he presently serves as President and CEO. Mirapoint's vision was to offer an all-in-one messaging appliance as opposed to a shrink-wrapped software package to be installed on existing servers. The company was incorporated in 1998 with venture capital funding from MKS ventures and WorldView Technology Partners. A third round of venture capital funding was obtained in September 1999 from Goldman Read More

Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation


On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its ASP partner program to better meet the diverse needs of its ASP partners and their customers

solomon iv  hosted Great Plains eEnterprise, Solomon or Dynamics e-business solutions. Each strategic ASP partner has unique strengths, and collaborating with them allows Great Plains to meet the various application deployment needs of its customers and partners. Great Plains' strategic ASP partners include Agiliti, Digex, FutureLink, IBM Global Services, ManagedOps.com, PSINet Consulting Solutions, RSM McGladrey, Inc./ASP Solutions and Winstar. Approved ASP partners are members of Great Plains' partner channel that Read More

Case Study: VAI Increases Revenue by Offering Integrated Web 2.0 Applications


Today’s leading-edge business applications go beyond mere Web enablement, where publishing information to the Web is the primary motive (referred to nowadays as Web 1.0 applications). State-of-the-art enterprise software must also incorporate a single, integrated interface that links applications instantly to business processes and collaborative technologies. However, developing Web 2.0 applications is anything but trivial.

solomon iv  Study: VAI Increases Revenue by Offering Integrated Web 2.0 Applications Case Study: VAI Increases Revenue by Offering Integrated Web 2.0 Applications If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. VAI is an award winning software developer and an IBM Premier Business Partner. Founded in 1978, VAI is headquartered in Long Island, New York, with branch offices in Florida, California and Illinois. In conjunction with IBM, the company Read More