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Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future
A typical ERP system indeed now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a strong technical

the future of enterprise software  Part Three: 2000s--Back to the Future 2000s—Back to the Future Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions became synonymous with competitive advantage, particularly throughout the 1990's. The idea behind ERP systems was to replace islands of information with a single, packaged software solution that integrates all traditional enterprise management functions like financials; accounting; payroll; human resource (HR) management; and manufacturing and distribution, and thereby Read More...
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Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. ...
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How to Overcome the Limits of Enterprise Software
Is your enterprise software really making you more competitive? After all, for years you’ve had to make expensive trade-offs between application dependability

the future of enterprise software  project needs far into the future and face massive re-architecture should they require additional scale. Clustered Application Servers Many organizations now run enterprise applications on clustered SMP servers running J2EE or .NET application servers. This type of clustering focuses on load-balancing across multiple high-end servers for workload management. The approach also provides for some measure of availability, but much of the work required to create reliability - making sure that all work Read More...
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Two: 1990s--Enterprise Resource Planning
Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions became synonymous with competitive advantage, particularly throughout the 1990's. Customers

the future of enterprise software  evolution of ERP within the broader enterprise applications concept is essential to understanding its current use and its future developments. The following is the genesis of enterprise applications by era. By the time each functional area of a company had developed its integrated software program, the need for tightly integrating them became obvious. The next major shift during the late 1980s and early 1990s was that time to market was becoming increasingly short, as the shift from Fordist' mass Read More...
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Six: Looking to the Future
Unless all the functional modules have access to and use the same data in near real-time, unless all processes are fully integrated (so that, for example a

the future of enterprise software  Part Six: Looking to the Future Looking to the Future Today's enterprise applications are required as a matter of course to address more than the processes taking place within the walls of an enterprise. While Web-enablement and collaborative e-business will continue to be a major direction, easier enterprise applications integration and interconnectivity; more flexible pricing; embracement of plug-and-play applications that support commonly accepted standards (reflecting a reduced need to heavily Read More...
Ramco Ships Technology And Products. Is This The Future Of Enterprise Applications?
Ramco Systems announced the delivery of Ramco Enterprise Series Release 4.0, the newest version of its enterprise software solutions plus a custom application

the future of enterprise software  And Products. Is This The Future Of Enterprise Applications? Event Summary At the end of February, during the National Manufacturing Week (NMW) in Chicago, IL, Ramco Systems Limited , a provider of enterprise business applications and accompanied services, with a global HQ in India, announced the delivery of a series of enterprise application suites that it claims will change the economics of application software . Instead of releasing one application suite that is intended to meet the needs of multiple Read More...
BQE Software
BQE Software, Inc.

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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

the future of enterprise software  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 e-commerce. In an 8-K statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, webMethods stated that a wholly- owned subsidiary of webMethods, known as Wolf Acquisition, would merge Active into webMethods with each issued and outstanding Read More...
Software Evaluation and Software Selection
Organizations are surrounded by ambiguity when making their implementation decisions. Accurate and relevant criteria that are properly weighed against an

the future of enterprise software  in the knowledge tree. The Sensitivity Analysis graph (see figure 7) allows users to compare solutions based on a long-term business vision to verify if a software package will still be an ideal solution based on future needs. It uses the currently selected criterion as a baseline, and varies the priority for that criterion between 0 and 100 in intervals of 10. For each priority setting, the overall WA is calculated and displayed for each selected option for the project. Alternatively, the Sensitivity Read More...
GFI Software
GFI is a leading software developer that provides a single source for network administrators to address their network security, content security and messaging

the future of enterprise software  network administrators to address their network security, content security and messaging needs. With award-winning technology, an aggressive pricing strategy and a strong focus on small-to-medium sized businesses Read More...
Everest Software Inc.
Founded in 1994, Everest Software is a privately-held, multinational software company headquartered in Dulles, Virginia (US). Everest Software has nearly 300

the future of enterprise software  has nearly 300 employees. The company has developed Everest, a business management solution for small and mid-size businesses in the wholesale, distribution, retail, and e-commerce industries. Over 3,000 small business in 49 countries use Everest, which was the winner of the 2004 SIIA Codie Award for Best Business Software Product. In 2009, Everest was acquired by Versata Enterprises. Versata revitalizes best-of-breed companies for the sake of customer success, often extending and evolving products for Read More...
Enterprise Software Selection Guide
Selecting an enterprise software solution takes time, energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the

the future of enterprise software  energy, and resources. During the selection process, vendors present their products and services in the best possible light, leaving you to separate real functionality from marketing hype. In this guide, you’ll discover a three-phase methodology for objectively researching, evaluating, and selecting the best software solutions for your company. 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

the future of enterprise software  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...
Software Services
Espire provides software-consulting services to clients globally as a partner to conceptualize and realize technology-driven business transformation

the future of enterprise software  driven business transformation initiatives. The company leverages its global delivery model to accelerate schedules with a high degree of time and cost predictability. Espire's approach focuses primarily on new methods of conducting business, combining IT innovation and adoption while at the same time leveraging an organization's current IT assets. Read More...
Ultimate Software: Delivering Breakthrough Products
Ultimate Software is in a very competitive market. Its continued success is fueled by relentlessly delivering new products and incremental innovation. A few

the future of enterprise software  A few years ago, the company’s strategic initiatives were to evolve of their software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model and launch new features targeted to medium sized enterprises. Learn how a new product portfolio management (PPM) solution helped Ultimate Software reach its goals. Read More...
Addsum Business Software
Addsum Business Software was founded in 1992, as a spin-off of a prior business, Inkit Productions (founded in 1986). The company provides database-driven

the future of enterprise software  Productions (founded in 1986). The company provides database-driven custom programming and commercial software development services. Addsum’s applications run almost exclusively on Microsoft network operating system platforms. The company is located in Salt Lake City, Utah (US). Read More...

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