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Alternative Software Support and Maintenance Options
Smart companies are investigating all possible software support and maintenance (S&M) options. Alternative software S&M is not for all businesses, but it seems

tomorrownow  such providers as TomorrowNow. TomorrowNow is a wholly owned subsidiary of SAP . The company is based in Bryan, Texas (US), and became the third party support provider of S&M for the former PeopleSoft and JD Edwards products once these companies were acquired by Oracle . Although TomorrowNow and SAP are currently involved in an alleged intellectual property misuse lawsuit with Oracle, we will not comment or speculate about these proceedings at this early stage. It is also difficult to say at this point Read More
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Competition Heats Up in ERP Market: Oracle Merger, and SAP and Microsoft Reacts
Although Oracle's product roadmap is beginning to take shape it does not include active marketing of the PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards product lines. As a result

tomorrownow  that it had acquired TomorrowNow , the Bryan, Texas-based (US), experienced, third-party support provider of enterprise maintenance and support for PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards product. The company has been quite PeopleSoft-focused since its creation by former PeopleSoft managers, and has received considerable attention in the last several months by offering lower-cost support contracts to PeopleSoft customers—support at about half the price PeopleSoft would charge and with a 24x7, 30-minute guaranteed Read More
Enterprise Software Service and Maintenance Alternatives
Traditional license models may be wearing out their welcome for both vendors and customers. A competitive market and a more IT savvy business generation is

tomorrownow  service and maintenance agreements. TomorrowNow is one company that has brought these alternatives to the public. It is an experienced Bryan, Texas-based (US), third-party maintenance and support provider for former PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards products (which were recently acquired by Oracle .) The company has been PeopleSoft-focused since its creation a few years ago by former PeopleSoft managers, and has received considerable attention in the last several months by offering lower-cost support contracts Read More
The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check
While customers may be bemused if not concerned about the Oracle/PeopleSoft merger, they are from a traditionally risk-adverse market. Despite the lush deals

tomorrownow  unrest. SAP's acquisition of TomorrowNow will hardly make a dent in SAP's top line of about $10 billion (USD), but every little bit helps in today's competitive market, where even the giants can fall hard. Moreover, TomorrowNow's one hundred or so customers also include some high-profile ones like Lockheed Martin , who, in the long term, are likely to become standardized SAP shops, rather than Oracle shops. In the past TomorrowNow has been quite PeopleSoft- and North American-focused; however, it Read More
SAP Backpedals Its SaaS Forays -- By Design or Under Duress?
Let me start this blog post with a huge disclaimer: I have no intentions of wilfully beating up on SAP whatsoever!Sure, the enterprise applications titan

tomorrownow  support data through its TomorrowNow third-party support (recently discontinued) subsidiary . As if this wasn't enough, SAP is being sued again, and this time over an allegedly failed software implementation. Namely, in late March, Waste Management Inc. filed suit against SAP with claims of fraud (or gross over-promise, if one wants to sound a bit gentler here ). The plaintiff company claims to have spent a whopping US$100 million fortune implementing SAP's software to run its business out-of-the-box Read More
Enterprise Software Service and Maintenance Alternatives
Traditional license models may be wearing out their welcome for both vendors and customers. A competitive market and a more IT savvy business generation is

tomorrownow  service and maintenance agreements. TomorrowNow is one company that has brought these alternatives to the public. It is an experienced Bryan, Texas-based (US), third-party maintenance and support provider for former PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards products (which were recently acquired by Oracle .) The company has been PeopleSoft-focused since its creation a few years ago by former PeopleSoft managers, and has received considerable attention in the last several months by offering lower-cost support contracts Read More
SAP Backpedals Its SaaS Forays -- By Design or Under Duress?
Let me start this blog post with a huge disclaimer: I have no intentions of wilfully beating up on SAP whatsoever!Sure, the enterprise applications titan

tomorrownow  support data through its TomorrowNow third-party support (recently discontinued) subsidiary . As if this wasn't enough, SAP is being sued again, and this time over an allegedly failed software implementation. Namely, in late March, Waste Management Inc. filed suit against SAP with claims of fraud (or gross over-promise, if one wants to sound a bit gentler here ). The plaintiff company claims to have spent a whopping US$100 million fortune implementing SAP's software to run its business out-of-the-box Read More

In the mid-2000s there was a beginning of public discussions and a surge in market awareness about support @ maintenance (S@M) alternatives for users of

tomorrownow  differing successes and outcomes. TomorrowNow , an unsuccessful ploy by former SAP executives to lure Oracle’s ERP customers to switch over to SAP ERP once their third-party support plans expire, fizzled out in an infamous and tough court case verdict in late 2010 , while netCustomer seems to be getting by with its focus on the Oracle PeopleSoft install base. So is Precision Solutions Group Inc. (PSGi) , which recently expanded service offerings to all IBM System i -based business applications. On the Read More
Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts
A recent survey of chief executive officers has found that growth is again the number one priority, overtaking cost-cutting as their previous top concern. Can

tomorrownow  of the likes of TomorrowNow , which, before recently being acquired by SAP , was a consulting company that offered maintenance contracts to PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards customers. In this still limping economy, one must also realize that in the enterprise applications business, people are an enormous cost. If the vendor wants to reduce expenses, the most effective way is to cut headcount. However, this really muddles the management of two conflicting objectives: how to change the mix of skill sets while Read More

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