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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 3: From R to Z
CRM. C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part three of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning

v part 3  items to the customer. V - Z   VAR - Value-Added Reseller . This is a company, independent of an OEM, that takes an OEM product, adds some sort of customer-perceived value to it, repackages it, and sells it to customers on its own. The ways in which value might be added include the addition of new product functionality, or the wrapping of implementation services around the original product. V-Commerce - Voice Commerce, or Voice-enabled Commerce . The ability to use simple voice commands over phone lines Read More...
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Summarizing PTC’s Decades of Fervent In-House Innovation (and Acquisitions) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Needham, Massachusetts, United States (US)-based Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC, NASDAQ: PMTC), which is an over

v part 3  PTC’s Decades of Fervent In-House Innovation (and Acquisitions) - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series introduced Needham, Massachusetts, United States (US)-based Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC , NASDAQ: PMTC) , which is an over US$ 1 billion large software company that develops, markets, and supports  product development  software solutions and related services. The article analyzed the company’s genesis from its inception in 1985 through the mid 2000s. In addition to delivering Pro/ Read More...
ROI Systems MANAGE-s Well Past 2000 Part 2: Impact and Recommendations
Expanding incrementally, with goals that are carefully balanced with providing excellent customer support, close attention to the bottom line, and leveraging a

v part 3  functionality) from a single vendor may benefit from evaluating other products at this stage. ROI Systems should be included on a short list in selections within the SME manufacturing market where configure-to-order (CTO) assembly, repetitive/flow manufacturing, distribution, shop floor execution, and field service modules are the main pillars (bear a high importance) of an enterprise application.   This concludes Part 2 of a two-part news analysis.   Part 1 covered recent developments with ROI Systems Read More...
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

v part 3  Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology Glen B. Alleman is associated with Niwot Ridge Consulting, www.niwotridge.com About This Note: This note is presented in five parts as follows: Introduction to Software Architecture The Architecture Process Steps in the Architecture Process Moving from Planning to Implementation Applying the Methodology Part V - Applying the Methodology A Critical Success Factor in the architecture business is the clear and concise application of a methodology (any Read More...
Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan
Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However,

v part 3  Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys' Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 30, 2000 Executive Summary Baan Co. once a leading global provider of enterprise business software has gone from an independent force in the ERP market to being part of the Invensys Software Systems Division. It is not dead, as some feared would be the case by now, because it has begun to win new major contracts. Since the acquisiti Read More...
Is Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part II)
Part I of this blog topic  introduced Epicor Software and its traditional vertical solutions. It also analyzed Epicor's forays into the attractive retail sector

v part 3  CRS' offering). As a vendor of software for retailers of apparel, footwear and other specialty merchandise, NSB is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and registered and publicly traded in the UK. In 2007, NSB had over 600 employees and projected revenues of $91 million (with some sizable profitability too) from about 200 customers (mostly in the US). The deal is expected to close in February 2008. Part III of this blog topic will analyze a continuation of Epicor’s strategy to capitalize on the Read More...
Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part IV)
Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [evaluate this product] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [evaluate this product

v part 3  the IPO Cherry (Part IV) Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [ evaluate this product ] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [ evaluate this product ] suites. It also tackled the related potential opportunities for Deltek. For one, key up- and cross-sell opportunities should come from: Additional modules, especially from the newly minted Deltek EPM [ evaluate this product ] suite: The majority of new Deltek customers initially purchase a single module or a select few Read More...
Sorting Through the ERP, Lean MFG, APS, and MES Clutter - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started with the fact that the ability to sense demand and become a demand-driven (responsive) business is more than just the catch

v part 3  that by definition have variable demand? As said in Part 1, the so-called “runners” that lean manufacturing is well suited for comprise only about 6 percent of products and 50 percent of revenues . Ironically, these more customized products will likely have higher  profit margins  than the runners and they may contribute to more than half of the company’s revenue and profit. If a company has dedicated resources to its runners, how does it cope with (likely profitable) surges in demand for Read More...
Taking Stock of Infor’s HCM “Inventory Items” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started by expressing the “New Infor” sentiments (backed up with concrete examples and rationale) following my recent attendance of

v part 3  Stock of Infor’s HCM “Inventory Items” - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series started by expressing the “New Infor” sentiments (backed up with concrete examples and rationale) following my recent attendance of Inforum 2012 . Then the article provided some historical background and described the lineage of the products that currently form the Infor10 HCM portfolio. The article also detailed some technical and organizational issues on both the former heritage Infor and Lawson Software ’s human Read More...
Outsourcing 101 - A Primer Part Two: Outsourcing Categories
Outsourcing is a very diverse market, and there are many different outsourcing options and outsourcing service providers to choose from. This part examines the

v part 3  Categories Outsourcing is a very diverse market, and there are many different outsourcing options and outsourcing service providers to choose from. This part examines the four broad outsourcing categories: Application software I.T. infrastructure Business process outsourcing (BPO), and Manufacturing This is Part Two of a three-part note. Part One discussed the history of outsourcing, described outsourcing pros and cons, and introduced offshoring concepts. This part defines and describes common types of Read More...
Talking to an Unrelenting Cloud Enthusiast - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Xactly Corporation, a provider of fully multi-tenant, software as a service (SaaS)-based solutions for sales performance

v part 3  also provided the bullish vendor’s genesis since being founded in 2005 and its current state of affairs. This article will feature my recent conversation with Xactly’s founder and CEO Christopher Cabrera. Cabrera is a noted industry expert in issues relating to SPM, sales compensation, and enterprise and on-demand/SaaS delivery models.  He was recently named the 2011 “Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the USC Marshall School of Business . Read More...
Epicor Financial Management Software (v. 9.05) for Financial Packages Certification Report
Epicor Financial Management Software (v. 9.05) is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of financial packages in TEC’s Accounting Evaluation Center. The

v part 3  Financial Management Software (v. 9.05) for Financial Packages Certification Report Epicor Financial Management Software (v. 9.05) is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of financial packages in TEC’s Accounting Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIa)
The first part of this blog series described the opportunity for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand enterprise applications, especially in the current

v part 3  milieu. But before any vendor can embark on delivering a SaaS offering, it must understand several misconceptions about SaaS. Part two then analyzed the first two of the top five SaaS assumptions that Gartner recently outlined in its research .  More SaaS Facts and Fiction The third assumption is that SaaS is priced as a utility model, which is almost always false. Although the claim is that companies are only charged for what and how much software they actually use, for most SaaS deployments, a company Read More...
Tier 3 And Tier 4 ... Where Do You Go If You Don't Know, What You Don't Know.
If you are an executive in a Tier 3 or Tier 4 manufacturing company and you have wondered where to start, whom to call, what questions to ask, this article is

v part 3  in order to be competitive, there is a definitive need for strong technology systems. Unfortunately, technology needs are frequently preceded by immediate financial demands in payroll, capital equipment, and other areas. In many cases, these small to mid size companies have similar needs as their larger competitors. Without proper technology and information systems tools, their business is unable to successfully compete and the business suffers. Sadly, with the purchase of the tools, many companies Read More...
They do it like that in the Balkans-Select and deploy ERP, I mean (Part II)
The Part I of this blog topic concluded with SAP's supremacy in the upper-end of the regional market. What also helps SAP ERP [evaluate this product] is a

v part 3  a state-owned firm and via a public tender was at Toplifikacija Pozarevac (a public utility for the town of Pozarevac), for the Apollo ERP & Billing suite, with about 6,000 consumer accounts and monthly bills. Still, in order to obtain a better picture about the enterprise applications market in Serbia, let me discuss briefly the lower Tiers, i.e., mid-market and small-to-medium business (SMB) market opportunities too. According to data from Privredna Komore Srbije (the Economic Chamber of Serbia ) and Read More...

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