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Product Review: Ramco HCM
Many HR issues, including talent management, are common points of interest for HR (and related software) vendors. As such, many are designing their products to address these issues. Ramco HCM goes one step further by adding analytics to the mix.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: very rich in functionality. The product also included a self-service portal, where applicants could create, review, and update their resumes online. All in all, this product demonstration provided a great user experience, so much so that my colleague and I wanted to see more. Unfortunately, time did not permit. In a Nutshell: How Does Ramco’s HCM Stack Up Against Some of Its Competitors? According to Goldberg, some of Ramco’s main competitors include SAP , Oracle , Ultimate Software , Lawson , META4
11/24/2008

How to Conduct a Code Review
A properly conducted code review can do more for the security of your application than nearly any other step. A large numbers of bugs can be found and fixed before the code makes it into an official build or into the hands of the test team. Additionally, the code review process lends itself very well to sharing security best practices amongst a development team and it produces

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: can do more for the security of your application than nearly any other step. A large numbers of bugs can be found and fixed before the code makes it into an official build or into the hands of the test team. Additionally, the code review process lends itself very well to sharing security best practices amongst a development team and it produces lessons learned toward preventing future bugs. This guide focuses on identifying the types of issues that you should look for in the code being reviewed, and
2/17/2012 7:26:00 AM

Antivirus Software: Market Review
Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report measures the financial health and product quality of four key industry players: Symantec, McAfee, Computer Associates, and Trend Micro.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report measures the financial health and product quality of four key industry players: Symantec, McAfee, Computer Associates, and Trend Micro. Market Overview and Background In the global antivirus market, the four market leaders currently seem to be Symantec , McAfee , Computer Associates , and Trend Micro . In 2003, the global antivirus market was about $2.6
6/24/2005

Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains
Siebel and Great Plains recently announced plans to expand their partnership allowing Great Plains' VARs to sell Siebel's eBusiness Applications. This agreement will allow Great Plains partners to sell a wide range of enterprise applications to upper-midmarket organizations

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: from TEC analysts attending the Great Plains partners meeting, Stampede 2000, in September. The meeting provided the opportunity for in-depth research on how Siebel and Great Plains operate. The TEC analysts were able to interview both Great Plains managers and partners. Event Summary Siebel Systems, Incorporated, recently announced plans to allow Great Plains VARs to sell Siebel s eBusiness Applications. Great Plains currently sells a co-branded version of the Siebel MidMarket Edition 2000 named Great
10/3/2000

Mobilizing ChangePart Two: The Case for Action Method
The case for action is intended as a living document, to be updated and referenced by the business and the project team. It should be referenced during the implementation to ensure that the focus and anticipated outcomes are still on track. After implementation, it is a tool to use to assess the success of the project.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: Mobilizing Change Part Two: The Case for Action Method Mobilizing Change Part Two: The Case for Action Method Bronwyn Evans - October 2, 2003 Read Comments Mobilizing Change Part Two: The Case for Action Method Featured Author - Bronwyn Evans - October 2, 2003 The Approach The best way to develop the projected benefits is to workshop these, then to prepare your case for action document and have it reviewed by the contributors. Some people conduct interviews and analyses of operations. The problem with
10/2/2003

The Case for Pricing Management
Savvy and dynamically optimized pricing can mean the difference between survival and failure. In many environments it might be smarter, quicker, and more useful to calculate pricing based on systematic analysis rather than on fuzzy thinking or human emotions.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: The Case for Pricing Management The Case for Pricing Management Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - April 3, 2006 Read Comments Situational Analysis Enterprises have long realized the importance of improving profits by curbing upstream supply chain costs, as evidenced by an increasing strategic approach to sourcing, e-procurement, and contract or spend management over the last several years (see The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space ). However, this broad strategic approach, including
4/3/2006

Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit
During the process of product selection a great deal of attention is given to the functional capabilities of the software being evaluated. While this aspect is obviously important, ignoring the technical mechanisms by which the software actually operates can be fatal to a project. In this document we explain how to avoid the pitfalls.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit M. Reed - November 29, 2003 Read Comments M. Reed - November 29, 2003 Introduction Most potential customers understand that detailed scripted scenarios should be performed with software vendors who are on the short list of candidates, in order to evaluate the functional abilities of products being considered. Unfortunately, many companies neglect to investigate the technological underpinnings of
11/29/2003

The Data Explosion
RFID and wireless usage will drive up data transactions by ten fold over the next few years. It is likely that a significant readdressing of the infrastructure will be required--in the enterprise and the global bandwidth.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: The Data Explosion The Data Explosion Ann Grackin - October 20, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Traffic on the World Wide Web continues to grow. Traffic on your S mall S mart F ast devices continues to grow. Ok, I admit it. I bought the cell phone that takes pictures. I didn t know if it was useful; but being a technophile, I went for it. And rapidly it all came to me! I tried on a new cool jacket ... I crooned over it ... but for that much money, I wasn t sure. Should I really buy this? Enter the pic in
10/20/2004

USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place
USWEB/CKS has announced it fourth quarter results. Its performance is on the money, and continues to drive forward as it goes through expansion by mergers and organic growth. The expansion is directed at providing end-to-end services, for which the merger with Whittman-Hart is a key component. For users, this means that USWEB/CKS can address high-end projects and leverage its position as a leading internet creative services provider. However, it faces issues of staff retention and retaining its technology agnostic stance.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: up the heat in the Market Place USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place R. Krause - February 4, 2000 Read Comments USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place D. Geller - February 4th, 2000 Event Summary USWEB/CKS (NASDAQ USWB) announced its fourth quarter results for 1999 on January 25, 2000. The results show strong growth and closely predicted performance, including a clear net profit. As well, USWEB/CKS reports changes in the market place that place it
2/4/2000

Managing the Overflow of E-mails
Only effective e-mail management, together with records management and policies for employees on how to manage their e-mails, will help organizations deal with compliance regulations and potential litigation.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: Managing the Overflow of E-mails Managing the Overflow of E-mails Hans Mercx - March 27, 2009 Read Comments Originally published - June 19, 2006 The impact of e-mail on businesses these days is enormous. Companies use e-mail to conduct business, for responding to clients, for internal communication, for discussing strategy, and for responding to regulations. Roughly 35 billion e-mails are sent a day, and the number is growing. The Radicati Group estimates that by the end of 2006, 52 billion e-mails will
3/27/2009

The Proof Is in the ROI
A well-thought out, comprehensive ROI (return on investment) marketing and sales program is becoming a must in today's difficult business to business (B2B) software market. However, few companies seem to be investing appropriately. The first mistake they make is to try to keep costs down by attempting to create an ROI program internally. It's a sure way to waste value people, time, and effort. If you want a significant return on your ROI sales and marketing investment, hire an expert.

THE GREAT PLAINS REVIEW: The Proof Is in the ROI The Proof Is in the ROI Lawson Abinanti - March 30, 2004 Read Comments Introduction In helping clients develop their marketing position, I tell them that sooner or later, they have to dig down to uncover the truth about their products. Not what they think (and hope) is the products true nature and value, or what it was designed to be, but the real, bedrock truth. Digging takes effort, and you may not find what you thought was down there. But it s necessary, because you had
3/30/2004


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