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Navision Becoming More Visible
In March Navision Software a/s announced it signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company's partner network of more than 900 Navision Solution Centers to sell and distribute Microsoft BackOffice products integrated with Navision solutions.

SOURCE NAVISION: delivery of complete single source solutions to smaller companies. This idea of one-stop shop is important to SMEs, as many of them do not have the in-house resources necessary to cope with integrating and managing multiple components from different vendors. Navision continues its march into the ERP mid-market and through this latest move, demonstrates that it understands the importance of total solutions in this space. Users should however be aware of some of challenges that the company is facing. Its
4/21/2000

Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion
Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP market. While Navision has done a respectable job establishing its U.S. network, it will face a fierce challenge from domestic competitors like Great Plains, Epicor Software, and Solomon Software.

SOURCE NAVISION: delivery of complete single source solutions to smaller companies. We expect Navision to continue providing breadth of horizontal functionality in a price competitive integrated business application delivered through a strong indirect channel. We also expect the number of NSCs to grow worldwide. These centers will add additional value by developing geographical and vertical product extensions, allowing Navision to focus on core product functionality. ANALYSIS: Vendor Strengths Navision Software has establ
5/11/2000

Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and product offerings while remaining constantly profitable. However, the net income has declined 25% compared to fiscal 1999.

SOURCE NAVISION: and Service & Support resources. User Recommendations Navision customers should certainly consider the new offering, but must avoid selecting it without looking at what the other vendors have to offer. We recommend identifying your unique needs and doing comparison shopping, at least for the sake of negotiation leverage. As with all new releases, users should employ a critical approach in their evaluation of Navision, and require all potential vendors to demonstrate specific business processes. As for pot
10/26/2000

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-sized companies, and Siebel Systems Inc. announced a worldwide agreement to deliver 'customer-focused eBusiness solutions to meet the needs of mid-sized companies'.

SOURCE NAVISION: not have the in-house resources necessary to cope with integrating and managing multiple components from different vendors. Therefore, Navision will have to make sure that it provides a seamlessly integrated Siebel product. That leads to the Catch 22 - one should never expect a flawless and quick integration effort; Great Plains and J.D. Edwards painstaking efforts to integrate Siebel products and/or to train their service & support staff are perfect examples. One issue will also be the user interface
7/25/2000

Business Process Management in Free and Open Source: An Overview of the Demand and the Supply
Find out why FOSS and BPM are hot topics and why they are related in this in depth report from TEC Analyst Kurt Chen. Free and open source software (FOSS) has become a hot topic in the business process management (BPM) market. This article discusses the relevance between BPM and FOSS, and makes suggestions for BPM seekers that prefer FOSS.

SOURCE NAVISION: the only enterprise open source solution available on the product lifecycle management (PLM) market. After that, my interest in free and open source software (FOSS) did not fade but I changed my focus to another category of enterprise software— business process management (BPM). This time, I was able to find more than one BPM solution that’s offered without license fees and had an impression that in the BPM area, FOSS- as-a-software-licensing-model has established noticeable ground.  A market is
6/1/2010 11:36:00 AM

A Guide to Evaluating the Real Costs of an Open Source CMS
A common misconception when considering a Web content management solution (CMS) is that open source software will save you time and money. Just because you don’t have to pay subscription fees or shell out for licensing doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden costs with open source implementation. Find out the questions you should ask before choosing open source—and how to best evaluate and compare your CMS options.

SOURCE NAVISION: Costs of an Open Source CMS A Guide to Evaluating the Real Costs of an Open Source CMS Source: CrownPeak Document Type: White Paper Description: A common misconception when considering a Web content management solution (CMS) is that open source software will save you time and money. Just because you don’t have to pay subscription fees or shell out for licensing doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden costs with open source implementation. Find out the questions you should ask before choosing open
3/4/2008 4:33:00 PM

Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution
As organizations face a pressing need to rationalize the cost of enterprise software, open source business intelligence (BI) is fast becoming a viable alternative. Learn about the current state of open source BI, with particular focus on one vendor's products.

SOURCE NAVISION: Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution Anna Mallikarjunan - July 17, 2009 Read Comments Originally Published - January 19, 2009 In the current economic climate, organizations have to review and rationalize expenses associated with all enterprise software. As a direct consequence, open source business intelligence (BI) is emerging as an important choice for new as well as existing BI implementations. Even though most analyst research
7/17/2009

Compaq to Open Tru64 Unix?
In what may be an attempt to cash in on the open source OS game, Compaq is hinting it may open some parts of the source code for its Tru64 Unix operating system.

SOURCE NAVISION: Corp. is considering releasing source code for its Tru64 Unix operating system. Indications are that Compaq will not release the code in its entirety, at least not initially. It is expected that if such a release takes place, it will be in several steps or pieces, over a timeframe to be determined. Compaq s Tru64 Unix is the operating system formerly known as Digital Unix, which was acquired when Compaq purchased Digital Equipment Corporation in 1998. Tru64 Unix presently runs on Compaq s Alpha products
7/12/2000

Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source
Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source. Find Free Device and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To Oracle Database Security. Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive customer data or company information from being distributed.

SOURCE NAVISION: Data Leaks at the Source Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive cu
4/20/2009 3:12:00 PM

opentaps Open Source ERP


SOURCE NAVISION: opentaps Open Source ERP offers the features and scalability required for enterprise software with the flexibility and low cost of ownership often associated with open source solutions.

Product Note: Jaspersoft—Is It Ready for Big Enterprises?
Find out how Jaspersoft is staying ahead of the game in the BI market in this comprehensive product note on Jaspersoft Enterprise Edition. Entering the BI space for large companies is not a small challenge. Jaspersoft may be doing its homework to acquire more recognition and make a smooth but sure entrance into the “large scale” BI segment.

SOURCE NAVISION: solution, but is open source ready for the big BI market?   The FOSS and the COSS World Open source software providers have been growing in the recent years. Long gone are the days when free and open source software (FOSS) providers were making their first efforts to offer reliable software solutions. Nowadays, many of the traditional FOSS vendors have become commercial open source software (COSS) providers. With the COSS offering, the open source software space is changing in an important way, making
3/31/2010 12:02:00 PM


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