X
Software Functionality Revealed in Detail
We’ve opened the hood on every major category of enterprise software. Learn about thousands of features and functions, and how enterprise software really works.
Get free sample report

Compare Software Solutions
Visit the TEC store to compare leading software solutions by funtionality, so that you can make accurate and informed software purchasing decisions.
Compare Now
 

 uml by example


Metadata Standards in the Marketplace - Why Do I Care? (And Where Does Godzilla Fit In?)
Metadata (“data about data”) is essential for data warehousing. Metadata standards allow different products to interact. Without standards, different vendors

uml by example  industry's dominant modeling language. UML 1.3 was ratified at OMG's meeting in November 1999. Until June of 1999, Microsoft had their own flavor of UML, but they now adhere to the standard. MOF: Meta Object Facility. This OMG specification provides a set of CORBA interfaces that can be used to define and manipulate a set of interoperable metamodels. MOF is a key to integration of metamodels across domains. XML: Extensible Markup Language. The World Wide Web Consortium's document format for the Web

Read More


Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

We’ve opened the hood on every major category of enterprise software. Learn about thousands of features and functions, and how enterprise software really works.

Get free sample report
Compare Software Solutions

Visit the TEC store to compare leading software by functionality, so that you can make accurate and informed software purchasing decisions.

Compare Now

Documents related to » uml by example

Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology


Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current and future needs of the business organization. Managing software projects using architecture-centered methodologies must be an intentional step in the process of deploying information systems - not an accidental by-product of the software acquisition and integration process.

uml by example   Read More

Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part II - The Architecture Process


Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current and future needs of the business organization. Managing software projects using architecture-centered methodologies must be an intentional step in the process of deploying information systems — not an accidental by-product of the software acquisition and integration process.

uml by example   Read More

Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing?


Function points (FPs) are the most popular unit of measure for measuring the size of software. But because FPs were developed in the 1970s, are they not now outdated for today’s event-oriented programming and multi-tiered software architectures?

uml by example   Read More

Mid-market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 2


Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Epicor and SYSPRO, the two renowned enterprise resource planning (ERP) mid-market incumbents that heavily harness Microsoft’s platform tools. To that end, the business productivity tools that were illustrated in my recent blog post on what 2010 might have meant to Microsoft’s business solutions (which reflected on the highly publicized mid

uml by example   Read More

Cisco Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks


Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million.

uml by example   Read More

How RAUCH GmbH Cut Its Publishing Costs by 90 Percent


Until 2004, German agricultural machinery manufacturer RAUCH created its technical publications in-house, relying on a service provider to create and translate operation manuals. The problem: this was a massive, time-consuming effort requiring extensive communication between all parties. Clearly, RAUCH needed to change its approach. The solution: incorporating Arbortext IsoDraw into its technical publications workflow.

uml by example   Read More

Oracle - How to Disappoint Analysts by Doubling Profits


In September Oracle Corporation, the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced record results for Q1 of its fiscal year 2001. Why weren’t analysts more enthusiastic about the 42% growth of the applications part of its business?

uml by example   Read More

Major Updates for UltiPro by Ultimate Software


Ultimate Software adds new functionality to the spring/summer 2013 version of its human capital management (HCM) solution to support multinational organizations, new mobile capabilities, and enhanced analytics. The release offers 29 additional country localizations, including Brazil, France, Italy, Spain, Korea, Thailand, China, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia. To date, Ultimate supports

uml by example   Read More

Emerging SAP Retail Solution: SAP Ganges, Powered by HANA


Many people may not know that 40 percent of the word's retailers are located in India—about 9.8 million retailers, many of them small one-person businesses, supply the whole nation. These businesses face many challenges: stock-outs, supply, pricing, and competition. And they are feeling the pressure of managing their inventory levels and their ability to anticipate demand.

uml by example   Read More

Realize the Value of ERP by Leveraging Its Data


Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems often fail to live up to expectations. One of the major reasons behind this failure is because the system, or the implementation of it, is viewed as a finite software project, when the system's value lies in being a business improvement tool. The data within the ERP system then is not being recognized or leveraged to its full potential.

Many businesses use tools like ERP as transactional recording devices to capture what they have done, rather than as a source of intelligence. But those who are leveraging their ERP data, integrating it with other enterprise systems, and delivering it to decision makers in timely, efficient, and effective ways are seeing significant benefits in operations.

This white paper offers four customer examples of leveraging ERP as a resource for competitive advantage.

uml by example   Read More