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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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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
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 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
SAP, Sybase, and the Future of Enterprise Mobility
SAP's acquisition of Sybase foreshadows a revolutionary change in the enterprise mobility space. John Chen, CEO of Sybase, discusses what the company has to

the future of enterprise software  Sybase, and the Future of Enterprise Mobility SAP's acquisition of Sybase foreshadows a revolutionary change in the enterprise mobility space. John Chen, CEO of Sybase, discusses what the company has to offer as a new member of the SAP family, including exciting technology developments that position Sybase and SAP to lead this mobile revolution. Read More
On-premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors
Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the

the future of enterprise software  premise to On-demand: The Software as a Service Opportunity for Independent Software Vendors Predictions of the death of software are overstated. In reality, businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, not less. What’s changing, however, is the number of options available for managing, delivering, and paying for software applications. Many independent software vendors recognize the benefits of offering software as a service--a delivery alternative that can present long-term benefits for all Read More
TIBCO Software
TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) is a business integration and process management software company. In January 1997, TIBCO Software Inc. was established as a

the future of enterprise software  solutions for use in the integration of business information, processes, and applications. Now TIBCO focuses on leveraging and extending the capabilities of its software to help companies move toward predictive business. TIBCO has delivered its real-time business-enabling solutions to more than 2,000 customers around the world and in a variety of industries. Read More
Mainsaver Software
Mainsaver Software (formerly JB Systems) is wholly owned by the privately held Ameritege Technology Partners, LLC. Mainsaver develops enterprise asset

the future of enterprise software  is wholly owned by the privately held Ameritege Technology Partners, LLC. Mainsaver develops enterprise asset management (EAM) software, and provides the services and tools for power generators, consumer manufacturers, municipalities, ports, and facilities management organizations. The company's professional services help integrate business processes across corporate applications, geographies, and topologies. Mainsaver Software is based in San Diego, California, USA. 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

the future of enterprise software  of ERP systems to the textile and apparel industry, Demand Management, Inc., and The Proven Method. Read More
The Magic Is in the Screen
Projection is often seen as the big compromise: you must have either a very powerful and bright projector or a very dark room to achieve high-quality

the future of enterprise software  Magic Is in the Screen Projection is often seen as the big compromise: you must have either a very powerful and bright projector or a very dark room to achieve high-quality, commercially acceptable images. However, many people don’t know that a revolutionary concept is now available—a screen technology that allows very high-quality projected images in brightly lit environments that removes the need for dark rooms or very expensive projectors. Read More
eBay Enterprise
By engaging eBay Enterprise as a co-sourcing partner for the products and services you need, you get the most out of your online channel. With eBay Enterprise

the future of enterprise software  a co-sourcing partner for the products and services you need, you get the most out of your online channel. With eBay Enterprise bringing you greater speed and operating capabilities, your commerce team has the freedom to focus their management energies on developing essential strategies for growing your online business and providing a unique, brand-centric experience for your customers. Read More
Global Software
Established in 1981, Global Software, Inc. is a privately owned company located in Raleigh, North Carolina (US). Their analytics suite, which includes

the future of enterprise software  they have distributors in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Italy, Spain, Mexico, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, France, Denmark, and Israel. Read More
Frontier Software Ltd
Frontier Software is a human resource (HR) and payroll software vendor. It provides solutions to tier one, two, and three companies with a variation of active

the future of enterprise software  in Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). The company has installations in twelve countries and a licensed user base of over 1,300 clients. Read More
Maximizer Software
Maximizer Software is a pioneer in contact management technology. For more than 25 years we@ve been developing CRM software to help businesses better manage

the future of enterprise software  which is built with the flexibility to be customized to unique business processes. Read More
Halogen Software
Established in 1989 and headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, Halogen Software provides web-based appraisal, 360-degree feedback and survey software solutions

the future of enterprise software  appraisal software that automates the time-consuming employee appraisal process. Halogen e360 simplifies the administration of formal feedback procedures with straightforward ease-of-use and sophisticated reporting. Halogen eSurveyor is the market-leading e- survey solution that makes online surveys simple, fast and cost- effective. In today''s increasingly competitive market, companies look to HR professionals to attract, retain, and motivate their top employees. Halogen Software provides web-based Read More

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