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And the Real ERP Is…
On October 9, I ran a contest asking readers to define ERP in their own words. Why? Because there are so many different definitions floating around on the Web

visiprise me assumptions  the Real ERP Is… On October 9, I ran a contest asking readers to define ERP in their own words . Why? Because there are so many different definitions floating around on the Web that I wondered if users really know what they're getting into when selecting an ERP system. This problem was really brought home to me a few months ago, when I was asked to write a brief history of ERP (for an organization who will remain nameless). It didn't start well—throughout our first two meetings I couldn't help Read More

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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BMC buys ITM Software; HP partnership; SAP Visiprise bid
This week BMC announced it had secured the purchase of ITM Software, a business management provider. BMC is a publically traded data center automation company

visiprise me assumptions  Software; HP partnership; SAP Visiprise bid This week BMC announced  it had secured the purchase of ITM Software, a business management provider. BMC is a publically traded data center automation company that competes directly with CA Inc, HP, and IBM. It’s clients include DELL, Home Depot, and Toyota. Over the past two years, BMC has been busy snapping up different IT companies, such as Proactive Net (June 2007), RealOps (July 2007), and Emprisa Networks (October 2007). It’s wholly-owned subsidiary Read More
Jaspersoft on Amazon Web Services Marketplace
Jaspersoft has decided to take the JasperReports Server Community Edition and make it available on Amazon’s recent offering called AWS Marketplace, free of

visiprise me assumptions  on Amazon Web Services Marketplace Jaspersoft has decided to take the JasperReports Server Community Edition and make it available on Amazon ’s recent offering called AWS Marketplace , free of charge. This will make it possible for users to use JasperReports as a preconfigured Amazon Machine Image (AMI) to be deployed as part of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) . Loyal to its open-source philosophy, Jaspersoft’s offering can be deployed free of charge and will enable users to rely on Read More
How Charismatic Is Your ERP System?
While conducting “research” for another project, I stumbled across Max Weber’s notion of classification of authority, which was news to me, as is most serious

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Show Me the (Hidden) Money
Did you know that there is hidden money in your company? No, not in the safe, nor in some secret vault that you can access by pressing on a brick in the wall—it

visiprise me assumptions  Me the (Hidden) Money Did you know that there is hidden money in your company? No, not in the safe, nor in some secret vault that you can access by pressing on a brick in the wall—it’s in your operations. At the 2009 APICS International Conference and Expo preview webinar series (session 4), Nicholas M. Testa (CEO Acuity Consulting Inc.) tried to answer the following questions concerning your company’s hidden money: How can you search for it? What tools can you use? How can you get results? The Read More
IP Telephony 101: The Utter Beginner’s Guide
Telephony. Sounds harmless enough.First, a definition from Merriam-Webster: “the use or operation of an apparatus (as a telephone) for transmission of

visiprise me assumptions  Telephony 101: The Utter Beginner’s Guide Telephony . Sounds harmless enough. First, a definition from Merriam-Webster : “the use or operation of an apparatus (as a telephone) for transmission of sounds as electrical signals between widely removed points.” Gotcha. I’m with you. Me hear pretty, oll korrect . Now let me just dip into my pile of telephony white papers, which I’ve been using as a doorstop until now (through no real fault of their own). 7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Read More
Will the Real ERP Please Stand Up?
Scroll to bottom for contest details! Sometimes the software selection process reminds me of that children’s game, you know, the one where you blindfold the

visiprise me assumptions  the Real ERP Please Stand Up? Scroll to bottom for contest details! Sometimes the software selection process reminds me of that children’s game , you know, the one where you blindfold the kiddies and they take turns stabbing you the donkey with rusty tacks. Oh, sorry, wait, no, that’s the software demo process. More on that in a future blog post. Software selection, now, that reminds me of that other children’s game, the one where you play “who am I?” until your son punches you in the face. Read More
CRM and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer
In CRM, and now e-CRM, its not about the technology, but about focusing on the locus of importance around which CRM applications grew; namely, the customer

visiprise me assumptions  and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer CRM and Technological Solutions: Be the Customer R. Garland - June 22, 2001 Introduction  Be the bagel. It was a refrain I heard often in a metalworking shop class I took in one of my engineering classes back in college. The purpose of the class was for the students to both design and build an original device of their own creation, with the purpose of helping them understand that engineers can't work in a vacuum, and they need to understand the Read More
Where Does PLM Fit in the Extending LMS Formula?
There are two reasons which led me to write this blog. Firstly, I recently had briefings with vendors such as Learn.com and Xyleme that made me realize that the

visiprise me assumptions  Does PLM Fit in the Extending LMS Formula? There are two reasons which led me to write this blog. Firstly, I recently had briefings with vendors such as Learn.com and Xyleme that made me realize that the learning management system (LMS) industry is building up more and more connections with other technologies and enterprise applications. Secondly, a recent article (see Trends in LMS by Don McIntosh) explains how LMS is evolving with Web 2.0, talent management, mobile learning, software as a service Read More
Are Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 1
My previous blog entry about procurement commandments in a down economy also made me think about whether there are different priorities for the chief

visiprise me assumptions  Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 1 My previous blog entry about procurement commandments in a down economy also made me think about whether there are different priorities for the chief procurement officer (CPO) during prosperous economic times. Or, how different are (or should be) the CPO’s strategies in good versus bad times? Well, the CPO’s fundamental objectives do not change: procure the physical goods and services needed by the company at the best possible mix Read More
Data Management and Business Performance: Part 1-Data
Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a

visiprise me assumptions  Management and Business Performance: Part 1-Data Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a business intelligence (BI) solution. Two topics resounded: the use of BI tools to improve data management and business performance management. Consumers are continuously looking for innovative ways to move, store, and improve the quality of their data as well as to ways to capture the most valuable Read More
Bad Customer Support Is Not a Software Problem
A couple of days ago, my laptop decided (all on its own) to jump off my desk.Lucky for me, it survived almost completely undamaged except for a broken latch

visiprise me assumptions  Customer Support Is Not a Software Problem A couple of days ago, my laptop decided (all on its own) to jump off my desk. Lucky for me, it survived almost completely undamaged except for a broken latch, which seemed easy enough to fix. So I decided to order the replacement part and fix it myself. Since I didn’t know exactly what part I needed to order, I started by calling the vendor’s Technical Service number. I described the problem and asked if the rep could tell me what part I needed, whether 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

visiprise me assumptions  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 has lately been embroiled in an intellectual property lawsuit with archrival Oracle over improper use of 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 Read More
Michael Treacy Focuses on Double Digit Growth
This new book, Double-Digit Growth was one of the most useful and optimistic books to come along in some time. Growth is the whole point of business. Yet many

visiprise me assumptions  Treacy Focuses on Double Digit Growth Interview I recently sat down with Michael Treacy, who has a formidable career as top business strategist and is co-author of one of the most popular business books, The Discipline of Market Leaders 1 . His new book, Double-Digit Growth was one of the most useful and optimistic books I have read in some time. Growth is the whole point of business. Yet many so-called leaders don’t seem to have plans to fulfill their purpose. This should be read by all business Read More
Why Selecting an ERP System Is Like a 12-Step Recovery Program
So, I was looking over this article, and it suddenly occurred to me that there are uncanny similarities between AA’s 12-step program and the ERP selection

visiprise me assumptions  Selecting an ERP System Is Like a 12-Step Recovery Program So, I was looking over this article , and it suddenly occurred to me that there are uncanny similarities between AA’s 12-step program and the ERP selection process. Is your business on the road to recovery? Find out! * Step 1 We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable. ERP selection translation : For “alcohol,” substitute “broken business processes” (by extension, for “alcoholics,” read Read More

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