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Talking to (and Learning from) a Retail Store Execution Software Leader - Part 1
My recent post (Software and Human) Help Wanted in Overwhelmed Retail Stores talked about how much attention (and IT investment) retailers pay to their

talking software  to (and Learning from) a Retail Store Execution Software Leader - Part 1 My recent post (Software and Human) Help Wanted in Overwhelmed Retail Stores talked about how much attention (and IT investment) retailers pay to their merchandize planning and supply chain optimization processes as compared to their store-level task execution, even though this is where “the rubber meets the road.” I concluded my post with the fact that there are dozens of retail  workforce management (WFM)  vendors and Read More...
Merchandising Systems
Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record p...
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Software Selection Slagging
Consulting firm, 180 Systems, posted a little note regarding an article we recently published on some parts of the evaluation and selection process that we

talking software  of our tools or talking to anyone. Maybe I can shed some light. While we didn't exactly state that we'd vetted thousands of criteria on hundreds of vendors, I can see how the phrase may have been read that way. Still, when it comes down to it, the misquote turns out to be rather right. Consider this, we've researched and modeled about 50,000 or so distinct criteria on which to evaluate different software systems. When we enter selection consulting engagements and help clients through a complete selection Read More...
Catching Up with Omnify Software
In the deluge of news revolving mainly around the Big Five product lifecycle management (PLM) vendors, i.e., Siemens PLM, Dassault Systemes, Parametric

talking software  Product Lifecycle Management Mid-market.” Talking to Omnify Software Cofounder and Visionary Recently, I had the chance to speak with Chuck Cimalore, who is a co-founder, chief technology officer (CTO), and chief architect of the Omnify technology. Cimalore has extensive experience in the electronic design industry. Prior to founding Omnify Software, he has held positions as application engineer, software engineer, engineering manager, and vice president (VP) of engineering since 1994. Read More...
Software Selection: An Approach
Selecting package software can have long-term benefits or long-term regrets. To avoid the latter, your approach needs to be sound, logical, and prudent. It also

talking software  can be made by talking to existing clients, word of mouth, reputation in the marketplace, financial background checks, and, if available, request of a demo CD. Critical to issuing the proposal, in addition to the actual RFP, is the establishment of key compliance dates, to include: Vendors' conference, date specific Proposal submission, date specific Follow-up on-site demo, week of date Contract negotiations, month of date Hold Vendors' Conference Key to this step is that the vendor's conference be Read More...
Productivity for Software Estimators
Presently, software estimation is considered to be an art rather than a science. At the heart of this perception is the lack of understanding of the concept of

talking software  software maintenance Now, when talking of industry rules of thumb (accepted, common sense procedures) for productivity, it is not clear how many of the above activities are included in the productivity figure. Interestingly, no one would like to stake his or her life on the productivity figure, which is an industry rule of thumb that is floating around. Look at the nature of these activities: Requirements analysis — understanding and documenting what the user needs, wants, and expects so that the Read More...
Distribution in a Challenging Economy: Online (Software as a Service) versus Traditional Software
When considering major purchases, most people ask, “Why rent when you can buy?” But with IT systems, the reverse may be true. Software as a service (SaaS

talking software  in a Challenging Economy: Online (Software as a Service) versus Traditional Software When considering major purchases, most people ask, “Why rent when you can buy?” But with IT systems, the reverse may be true. Software as a service (SaaS) offers many advantages over traditional software, especially in terms of the on-going costs of maintaining and upgrading systems. Learn how passing those burdens on to a SaaS vendor can help your company focus on optimizing efficiency, productivity, and Read More...
Software Development
DataArt's software expertise spans a range of programming languages, databases, and networking systems on Windows and Unix platforms. The company has

talking software  Development DataArt's software expertise spans a range of programming languages, databases, and networking systems on Windows and Unix platforms. The company has experience with C, C++, ASP, .NET (C#, ASP.NET, VB.NET), DHTML, VB, Perl/PHP, MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, COM+, XML/XSL, OC4J, Java, and J2EE. Its application expertise includes Internet/intranet data and knowledge management, e-business, content management, project management, and B2C portal technologies. Read More...
American Software, Inc
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications

talking software  Software, Inc Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (US), American Software develops, markets, and supports an offering of integrated business applications, including enterprise-wide supply chain management (SCM), Internet commerce, financial, and manufacturing packages. e-Intelliprise is a total enterprise resource planning (ERP)/SCM suite, which leverages Internet connectivity and includes multiple manufacturing methodologies. American Software owns 88 percent of Logility, Inc. Read More...
Managing Risk in Enterprise Software Selection
Selecting and implementing new enterprise software changes your company, and the business processes that drive it. How you handle these changes can make the

talking software  Risk in Enterprise Software Selection Selecting and implementing new enterprise software changes your company, and the business processes that drive it. How you handle these changes can make the difference between implementation failure and success. Download this report to learn the steps to take--and the mistakes to avoid--to ensure a successful project outcome. You'll also learn why it's essential to deal with risk before the implementation phase--when it may be too late. Read More...
Expandable Software
Founded in 1983, Expandable Software, Inc. develops, markets, and supports an integrated manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP). The company's

talking software  Software Founded in 1983, Expandable Software, Inc. develops, markets, and supports an integrated manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP). The company's implementation process is performed exclusively with direct employees of the company. Expandable's customers-which range from start-ups to growing manufacturers with annual revenues approaching the billion-dollar mark-manufacture a variety of products including medical devices, electronics, and consumer goods. Expandable is Read More...
Logic Software
Established in 1999, Logic Software, Inc. specializes in the development and design of custom software applications, programming services outsourcing, and

talking software  Software Established in 1999, Logic Software, Inc. specializes in the development and design of custom software applications, programming services outsourcing, and shrinkwrap software development. It is a privately owned company with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario (Canada), and an offshore development department located in Belarus. Logic Software products are used at sites in over fifteen countries. Read More...
Software Test Tools Software Evaluation Report
Tools exist to support software testing at all stages of a project. Some vendors offer an integrated suite that will support testing and development throughout

talking software  Test Tools Software Evaluation Report Tools exist to support software testing at all stages of a project. Some vendors offer an integrated suite that will support testing and development throughout a project's life, from gathering requirements to supporting the live system. Some vendors concentrate on a single part of that life cycle. The software test tools Software Evaluation Report provides functional criteria you might expect from a testing tool, the infrastructure that supports the tool, and Read More...
Software Solutions
Trigent helps clients in industries such as commercial software, manufacturing, marketing and media. Its solution frameworks and development automation tools

talking software  Solutions Trigent helps clients in industries such as commercial software, manufacturing, marketing and media. Its solution frameworks and development automation tools aid rapid time-to-deployment for software systems. The company's CMM-certified global development centers offer flexibility clients to address clients' varying requirements for software development, maintenance, and support services. Its software support includes knowledge support systems, parts management systems, and product Read More...
webMethods Gets Active (Software That Is)
In May webMethods Inc. announced that it will purchase Active Software Inc. in an all-stock deal. The purchase is worth approximately $1.3 Billion. WebMethods

talking software  Gets Active (Software That Is) webMethods Gets Active (Software That Is) M. Reed - June 7, 2000 Event Summary On Monday May 22, webMethods Inc. (NASDAQ: WEBM) announced that it will purchase Active Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASWX) in an all-stock deal. The purchase is worth approximately $1.3 Billion. WebMethods is a vendor of B2B eCommerce integration software, and the acquisition of Active allows them to extend their integration strategy for extended supply chain and business-to-business Read More...

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