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How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts and AllPart 1
Contrary to what vendors may contend, not all of them are able to provide an effective out-of-the-box solution that satisfies the critical requirements of an organization. In this case study from a recent selection engagement for an ETO mid-size manufacturer, we assess Oracle, J.D. Edwards, SAP, and IFS in terms of their ability to demonstrate alleged functionality of their products.

WARTS: ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts and All Part 1 How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts and All Part 1 B. Spencer, L. Talarico, and P. Jakovljevic - December 12, 2001 Read Comments How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts And All Overview  The subject of this case study is the synopsis of a crucial step within every software selection process - finalist vendors scripted scenarios software demonstrations; this particular series of events took place in February/March 2001. The importance of this
12/12/2001

How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts And AllPart 2: Results
This is part two of a case study from a recent selection engagement for an ETO mid-size manufacturer; we assess Oracle, J.D. Edwards, SAP, and IFS in terms of their ability to demonstrate alleged functionality of their products.

WARTS: ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts And All Part 2: Results How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts And All Part 2: Results B. Spencer, L. Talarico, and P. Jakovljevic - December 14, 2001 Read Comments How Some ERP Vendors Demonstrated - Warts And All Overview  The subject of this case study is the synopsis of a crucial step within every software selection process - finalist vendors scripted scenarios software demonstrations; this particular series of events took place in February/March 2001. The
12/14/2001

CRM, Success, and Best Practices: A Wake Up CallPart Two: Modeling Success with Senior Management and CRM Culture
To maximize the return on investment of a customer relationship management system, a new CRM best practices model should be used. A point-based system, self-assessment model that emphasizes senior management leadership and the need to create a culture consistent with CRM can lead to a deployment strategy that is correlated with success. An interactive version of this assessment is included with this article.

WARTS: does to eliminate the warts that counts, not the number that exists at any given time. So in looking at the assessment, one must focus on the patterns and areas that build on one another. Start getting the right foundation so that midway up, you do not find that you are out of plumb. The self-assessment template encourages the capture of thoughts regarding learning and observations gained during the process of completing the assessment. The scores provide insight regarding perceived compliance and the
10/22/2004

Ask the Experts: Approaches to Data Mining ERP » The TEC Blog
I can look at, warts and all? Thanks Leslie on 23 May, 2008 at 2:20 pm # I believe that for more mature ERP systems, the BI functionality is integrated into the products. ERP systems have integrated BI functionality called optimisation. What is analyzed to the n’th degree and is optimised is Inventory management and Production Planning. I worked with systems where each the software logic of each subsystem tried multiple methods to predict the lowest cost method for it’s functionality. Planning

WARTS: Business Intelligence, business performance management, data mining, enterprise resource planning, ERP, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
08-05-2008

Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: SAP AG
SAP AG has seemingly crossed a strategy chasm, from a strict, stodgy, Not-Invented-Here (NIH) approach to software development and delivery, to a seemingly quite open approach of broad development alliances, company acquisitions, Internet portals development, and a deep, new relationship with IBM for both technology sharing as well as bolstering IBM Consulting’s support for SAP’s new multiple mySAP.com™ initiatives. 'Collaborative' and 'SAP' were not two words you might have ever seen in the same article. You’re seeing it now.

WARTS: SAP, for all its warts and thorns, that we have grown to know and love? No. They have crossed a strategic chasm, embracing the Internet while embracing partners and competitors alike, and there seems to be no turning back. Witness just some of their actions: April 2000 - SAP AG and Microsoft announce the intention to bring mySAP.com functionality to Microsoft s Pocket PC platform. SAP is furthering mySAP.com to empower people working on customer relationships with key information they need on mobile
9/22/2001


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