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Frontstep Ups The .NET Ante


While Frontstep has been tenaciously delivering a broad umbrella of products all under the ".NET roof", much work still remains for the company to counteract the onslaught by Tier 1 vendors and mid-market juggernauts and to return to its erstwhile glory.

syteline replaces point.man  discrete, to-order'' manufacturers, announced SyteLine 7 , its extended ERP suite architected on the Microsoft .NET platform. With the launch of SyteLine 7, Frontstep is delivering a global, integrated enterprise suite - including Extended ERP, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM) - on a single technology platform. Current versions of SyteLine, Frontstep''s flagship offering, are in use at thousands of manufacturing locations worldwide. SyteLine 7 represents a fundamenta Read More

E-Cash Rollout Replaces Amex


Last week, adult sites were informed that Amex would no longer serve their clientele in processing online transactions. However, in the information technology sector, when one technology obstacle gets in the way, smart entrepreneurs get creative.

syteline replaces point.man  Cash Rollout Replaces Amex E-Cash Rollout Replaces Amex L. Taylor - June 27, 2000 Event Summary When Tom Fisher, General Manager of CCBill got his letter from Amex last week, he was concerned about his 4,000 customers that he would no longer be able to process transactions for. We''re really disappointed that American Express decided to take this action, he said. We''re very sorry for the inconvenience it''s going to cause our customers. Market Impact The adult industry is a one billion dollar industry. A Read More

Ask the Experts Question: Do Organizations Really Need a Physical Data Warehouse Structure?


We recently had a question from one of our readers (through our Ask the Experts page) discussing QlikView’s approach to data collection. Reader’s Question “QlikView says its innovative way of collecting data and not needing a physical data warehouse (DW) structure is the right thing to do in DW/business intelligence (BI) solutions. Can one expect to build a sustainable / scalable corporate

syteline replaces point.man  the Experts Question: Do Organizations Really Need a Physical Data Warehouse Structure? We recently had a question from one of our readers (through our Ask the Experts page) discussing QlikView’s approach to data collection. Reader’s Question “QlikView says its innovative way of collecting data and not needing a physical data warehouse (DW) structure is the right thing to do in DW/business intelligence (BI) solutions. Can one expect to build a sustainable / scalable corporate data warehouse Read More

Analyzing MAPICS’ Further Steps After Frontstep


The former staunch IBM AS/400-based ERP supplier to mid-market manufacturing companies, MAPICS, has become quite a larger vendor and with a wider choice of products due to the recent acquisition of Frontstep and its entire product line, which included ERP, CRM, and SCM, on a single Microsoft .NET-based technology platform. However, as the customers from both camps have been uncertain of their provider's strategy, given that a bigger size brings about the need to rationalize multiple products within the same marketplace, after a few months long period of buried heads and brainstorming sessions, MAPICS has lately been engaged in explaining its rationale, as to set many customers' minds at ease.

syteline replaces point.man  Nearly 60 new MAPICS SyteLine (formerly Frontstep SyteLine ) customers have reportedly contributed $2.8 million in license revenues. The company still has a comfortable cash amount of nearly $22.6 million, and maintains its acquisitive stance. The Frontstep acquisition has obviously provided MAPICS with a boost in terms of product choice, having solutions on both leading platforms -- Microsoft and IBM. With MAPICS SyteLine 7, the vendor now boasts a notable application built on a .NET architecture. Read More

MAPICS Clings To Its Customers' Loyalty


While the existing loyal client base remains MAPICS’ greatest trump for retaining its solid financial position, the company will have to figure out how to be more effective in selling beyond the existing base for the long-term success in the market.

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Dyer Engineering Replaces Existing Solution with Epicor ERP


Dyer Engineering, a UK-based sub-contract fabrication and specialist engineering company, has apparently selected the Epicor next-generation enterprise resourcing planning (ERP) solution to replace its existing local ERP solution. Dyer Engineering claims to have always been an early adopter of advanced technology, and the company has used its existing ERP solution since 1999. While ERP is already

syteline replaces point.man  Engineering Replaces Existing Solution with Epicor ERP Dyer Engineering, a UK-based sub-contract fabrication and specialist engineering company, has apparently selected the Epicor next-generation enterprise resourcing planning (ERP) solution to replace its existing local ERP solution. Dyer Engineering claims to have always been an early adopter of advanced technology, and the company has used its existing ERP solution since 1999. While ERP is already embedded in all departments there were areas of Read More

11th ERP Vendor Shootout - Boston MA, Aug 11-12, 2011 - Early Bird Specials!


Early Bird pricing available until July 1, 2011. The 11th Vendor Shootout for ERP.

syteline replaces point.man  JD Edwards, Infor ERP Syteline, EPICOR, SAP Business ByDesign, abas ERP, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Plex Online , with others to be announced! Geared toward ERP selection teams and decision makers for companies with manufacturing or distribution requirements, the Vendor Shootout for ERP is ideal for businesses that are budgeting for or currently evaluating ERP software. Focus by bringing your selection team together to see the functionality you know you need and perhaps some you didn''t! Consolidate your Read More

Is MAPICS Getting the Magic of PLM? Part One: Recent Events and Market Impact


The former die-hard IBM AS/400-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) supplier to mid-market manufacturing companies, MAPICS, seems to have found its soul after the recent acquisition of its former competitor Frontstep and Frontstep's extended-ERP product line on a Microsoft .NET-based technology platform. While another acquisition of an ERP competitor is not very likely, MAPICS seems to have rather opted for lateral acquisitions of strategic extension products, starting with the MAGIK! PLM product.

syteline replaces point.man  IBM . With MAPICS SyteLine ERP release 7 , whose localized solutions were delivered in France, Germany, Mexico, Japan, and Italy during the quarter, the vendor now boasts a notable application built on a Microsoft .NET architecture. However, the loyal IBM iSeries -based (formerly AS/400 ) install base should rest assured of MAPICS'' continued support for the platform. The recent big news about the MAPICS ERP for iSeries product was that version 7.3 features Double Byte support, and expanded Java 2 Read More

Infor SyteLine v.9 Dominates in TEC’s Industry Benchmark for ERP for Discrete Manufacturing [Infographic]


Check out the infographic to see a snapshot of the benchmark analysis of Infor SyteLine for ERP solutions for discrete manufacturing.

syteline replaces point.man  SyteLine v.9 Dominates in TEC’s Industry Benchmark for ERP for Discrete Manufacturing [Infographic] Infor SyteLine v.9 was recently TEC Certified, and a full product review report is now available. It includes an in-depth benchmark analysis of SyteLine and my observations of SyteLine’s user interface, workflow, ease of use, and more.    Check out the infographic below to see a snapshot of the benchmark analysis of SyteLine for ERP solutions for discrete manufacturing. For a more in-depth Read More

Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Three: Market Impact


Much has changed, while much has remained the same at MAPICS during 2003. With the February finalization of the Frontstep acquisition, MAPICS has become quite a large enterprise applications provider, which positions the vendor near (if not at) the top among vendors that focus on the mid-size discrete manufacturing market.

syteline replaces point.man  and IBM. With MAPICS SyteLine 7, the vendor now boasts a notable application built on a .NET architecture. However, the loyal AS/400 install base should rest assured of MAPICS'' continued support for the platform. The big news on the MAPICS ERP for iSeries product side is that version 7.3, which is slated for December, will feature Double Bytes support, and expanded Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)-based client technology. Other developments detailed in this note are: MAPICS Field Service and Support (cove Read More

Cimatic de Mexico


Fundada en 1995, Cimatic es una empresa de consultoría informática y representante exclusiva de Infor Global Solutions para su solución ERP Syteline, en México. Cimatic ha realizado más de 100 implementaciones exitosas de dicho producto, gracias a su experimentado equipo de consultoría y su profundo conocimiento de la industria y la problemática de las empresas mexicanas. Las soluciones informáticas que ofrece Cimatic, cubren el 100% de los requisitos legales y de las prácticas de negocios usuales en México, incluyendo factura electrónica, gestión de IVA, IETU, DIOT y regímenes aduaneros. Dichas soluciones incluyen sistemas ERP para servidores Windows e iSeries (AS400), así como sus sistemas complementarios de Business Intelligence (BI), CRM, SCM, gestión de los activos empresariales (EAM), entre otros. Cimatic ofrece soluciones para industrias como la aeronáutica, automotriz, construcción, electrónica y eléctrica, equipos industriales y maquinaria, gráfica, indumentaria y distribución; además de las industrias de plásticos, alimentos y bebidas, bienes de consumo, química y farmacéutica, por mencionar algunas. Adicionalmente Cimatic ofrece servicios de consultoría de negocios e implementación de soluciones, capacitación, desarrollo de soluciones y soporte (el cual incluye el servicio en línea).

syteline replaces point.man  para su solución ERP Syteline, en México. Cimatic ha realizado más de 100 implementaciones exitosas de dicho producto, gracias a su experimentado equipo de consultoría y su profundo conocimiento de la industria y la problemática de las empresas mexicanas. Las soluciones informáticas que ofrece Cimatic, cubren el 100% de los requisitos legales y de las prácticas de negocios usuales en México, incluyendo factura electrónica, gestión de IVA, IETU, DIOT y regímenes aduaneros. Dichas soluciones incl Read More

Infor SyteLine: Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report


The mixed-mode manufacturing ERP knowledge base addresses diverse criteria for multiple types of production environments and strategies. Companies that need to switch production without interrupting their operations may seek both discrete and process manufacturing requirements of their ERP solution. These may include mixing, separating, forming, or performing chemical reactions, as well as functionality for production planning, shop floor control, and product costing.

syteline replaces point.man  SyteLine: Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report The mixed-mode manufacturing ERP knowledge base addresses diverse criteria for multiple types of production environments and strategies. Companies that need to switch production without interrupting their operations may seek both discrete and process manufacturing requirements of their ERP solution. These may include mixing, separating, forming, or performing chemical reactions, as well as functionality for production planning, shop Read More

Frontstep Still Awaiting Better Times


While Frontstep reported loses in fiscal 2001, the potential of its well-rounded product/services offering mix as well as the recent downsizing, bodes well a return to profitability.

syteline replaces point.man  transaction back-office systems ( SyteLine and SyteDistribution ), then front-office functional modules purchased from Profit , and supply chain functionality from its much older purchase of Pritsker and DAI . Frontstep is also delivering its Active Link backbone to provide end-users with the ability to connect suppliers and customers to its core transaction system. While Frontstep has been promoting the concept of an integrated solution, including both ERP and e-Business components, the company is also Read More

Symix Sytems: Shifting SME's Focus to Their Customers


Symix is regarded as the originator of the extended ERP concept (CSRP), which has proven to be so attractive to mid-market enterprises that two other leading mid-market vendors entered into specific R&D and licensing agreements with Symix to gain access to its SyteAPS. Despite a highly competitive environment, we predict that Symix Systems will reach $250 million in revenues within the next 3 years, based on attractiveness of its product for discrete manufacturing and distribution within Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME).

syteline replaces point.man  solutions, including its core SyteLine ERP product, and the following complementary software: SyteAPS (advanced planning and scheduling system), SyteSelect (product configuration software), SytePower (data analysis), SyteGuide (business process modeling software), SyteEDI and SyteWeb (e-Commerce), and SyteService (customer service management software). In 1999, Symix acquired Distribution Architects International, a developer of supply chain management applications for mid-sized manufacturers, and in the Read More

Esterline Korry Selects Aras PLM


Aras, a provider of open source product lifecycle management (PLM) software solutions, recently announced that Esterline Korry, a division of Esterline Corporation, a specialized manufacturing company serving principally aerospace and defense markets, has selected Aras as its enterprise PLM platform. Esterline Korry chose Aras Innovator (reportedly over PTC Windchill) for scalability, flexibility,

syteline replaces point.man  information. Integrated with Infor Syteline ERP , Aras should replace a number of legacy systems over time, including the existing product data management (PDM) system. Directly integrated with computer-aided design (CAD) systems for work-in-process (WIP) designs, Aras will also provide Esterline Korry with stage-gate program management and product risk failure mode and effects analyses (FMEAs), inspection, and test control plans, as well as corrective action/preventative action (CAPA) for a Read More