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Industri-Matematik Joins The Portal Market
Portals foster collaboration by making it easy for participants to access the system. As with any relatively new technology, prospects should kick the tires and take a test spin before buying.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: through a Java compatible, Web platform into the hands of customers and suppliers as well as internal distribution, sales, and customer service personnel. According to Ingemar Billstrom, strategic development manager at Telia Systems , a leading Nordic communications company and one of Portal s first users, VIVALDI Internet portal software would in the first step help us get closer to our suppliers by allowing two-way communication of time-sensitive logistics information, faster and on a broader scale.
3/20/2001

SupplyChain.Oracle.com And The 20-Day Implementation
In their zeal to convince buyers that their products are easy to implement, vendors are making extraordinary claims. But as the old saw goes, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: instantaneously from the new web-hosted offering, citing savings in IT infrastructure investment and support labor. Oracle is redefining the supply chain software landscape by delivering proven supply chain collaboration software as an online service, said Don Klaiss, senior vice president Manufacturing and Supply Chain Application Development at Oracle. Companies can no longer afford expensive, open ended implementation projects. Rapid ROI is what the market demands and SupplyChain.Oracle.com meets
7/17/2001

ecFood Approaches Profitability - An Internet Trading Exchange Bright Spot
Focused on the sourcing needs of the food and beverage industry, ecFood has announced $50 million in transactions during the first quarter of 2001 with its sights set on profitability by the end of the year.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: the new world of web-based sourcing. ecFood should continue its focused approach to the food and beverage industry and its focus on profitability. It should increase its market awareness efforts to become a better know name within its target market. About the Author Olin Thompson is a principal of Process ERP Partners. He has over 25 years experience as an executive in the software industry with the last 17 in process industry related ERP, SCP, and e-business related segments. Olin has been called the
6/14/2001

Pure-Play CRM Vendors: Choose an Integrated or Best-of-Breed Solution?
When selecting a CRM vendor should you go with a one-source solution, reducing the need for integration with other corporate data sources, or go with a best-of-breed approach, getting the best in each category but being left with standalone applications that must be integrated? This article compares the two approaches and offers some advice.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: . According to their web site, the Voyager package includes an Application Server, a pure Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) environment that allows for the de-coupling of application logic from systems programming logic. With extensions, and what they call JGL libraries providing more than 50 generic algorithms, the solution provides a common language, and some advanced words within that language, to the software vendors, to allow each to come together and communicate. Our Take  Things are certainly a mess,
9/5/2001

SAP Thrives On Competitors Plight, In Part
SAP announced upbeat results for Q2 2001 and reconfirmed the positive outlook for the rest of the year amid the bloodbath of many of its competitors. However, negative license revenue growth in the US, a likely cascading economic slowdown from the US to other markets, and net profit restatement owing to the investment in money burning Commerce One, may give rise to a careful scrutiny and moderate caution.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: SAP Thrives On Competitors Plight, In Part SAP Thrives On Competitors Plight, In Part P.J. Jakovljevic - August 17, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - August 17, 2001 Event Summary SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), the leading provider of business software solutions, announced strong sales and profit performance for the second quarter ended June 30, 2001. In Q2 2001, revenues increased 24% over the same period last year from EUR 1.5 billion to EUR 1.85 billion (See Figure 1). Net income in the quarter grew up 78%
8/17/2001

Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)?Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing
This note discusses how a flexible and agile ERP system needs an adaptable architecture, how easy integration to 3rd-party applications has become a key selling point for ERP vendors, and how extending ERP to the Internet stems from the intent of many IT organizations not to reinvent the wheel in their scramble to create e-commerce applications.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: to bring to the Web the advanced functionality of ERP systems, but broken into components and without the need for an additional layer of architecture. Some vendors have also begun to add mobility hooks into their suites so that ERP sessions can be accessed via wireless devices. In order for traditional ERP systems to be Internet ready, they will have to be: Fully browser enabled. Redesigned to be available to all corporate users, not just the special few. Redesigned to be available to customers and
4/20/2001

PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The InternetPart 2: Strengths and Challenges
PeopleSoft invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop new Internet-based enterprise applications. It now has a pure Internet platform a new set of products and a new assertive attitude. This part examines the strengths and challenges PeopleSoft now faces in today’s cutthroat competitive environment.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: an Internet-only application. Early Web enabled releases from both Oracle and SAP were a mere porting of client/server architecture to the Internet (in other words, basically rejuvenated versions of the existing, proprietary Windows-like screens and forms) through a number of Java applets and/or intermediary architectural layer. Therefore, PeopleSoft s announcement of pure Internet connectivity with the elimination of required client side software represents a new twist. Not only should it speed applicati
6/6/2001

SSA Acquires MAX Hoping To Leap From Its MIN
In order to return from oblivion SSA continues with more decisive moves to put itself back on the global enterprise applications map. Renaming itself as SSA Global Technologies (SSA GT) was one of the moves. It has recently acquired MAX International, a move to expand its offerings into the small and medium enterprise market. Will the market witness another Baan-like resurrection of a fallen ERP vendor?

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: has yet to deliver Web-based, portal-style access to eBPCS, which makes it at least a year behind its competition regarding e-business capabilities, and consequently vulnerable to their attacks. Therefore, vendors who sell replacement solutions for the BPCS ERP system will see minimal impact from the above announcement in the short term. However, vendors who offer add-on products that satisfy the needs addressed by the plans involving the SSA GT Portfolio and who are pre-integrated will face a fiercer
5/7/2001

Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The All Things To All People Exit
Oracle has been trying hard for some time to find a magic formula to revive its declining applications revenue. Abandoning its isolationist stance and opening the door to integration of third-party products while still targeting the lower end of the market with the simplicity tune might be the hit.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The All Things To All People Exit Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The All Things To All People Exit P.J. Jakovljevic - September 24, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - September 24, 2001 Event Summary In a surprising move for many, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, has reportedly reversed its erstwhile stubborn strategy on avoiding integration of other vendors software with
9/24/2001

Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A BoostPart 2: The Implications
Oracle indeed remains one of the largest and the most respected (or loved to be hated) software companies, with an unbroken profitability track and a strong balance sheet. However, it is apparent that the company is running out of steam, and to attribute it solely to the slowing economy, simply will not fly.

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications P.J. Jakovljevic - July 11, 2001 Read Comments Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications P.J. Jakovljevic - July 11, 2001 Event Summary  In June Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business,
7/11/2001

New Era of Networks Gets Blinded By the NEON
A recent ruling by a judge in the 268th Judicial District Court in Texas has upheld a jury verdict that awarded NEON Systems $39 million in damages against New Era of Networks, which, the jury found, had a nasty habit of abbreviating 'New Era of Networks' as, guess what, Neon. If upheld on appeal, this ruling will cause the new e-business division of Sybase a lot of administrative grief and expense (not to mention the money from the jury award).

WEB SOFTWARE REVIEWS: the marketplace, said Wayne Webb, president of NEON Systems. New Era of Networks incessant use of the mark NEON has been very confusing for customers, analysts, and the media. It has proved very difficult to brand the NEON name, but we believe this verdict is a step in the right direction toward rectifying this confusion and further establishing ourselves as a leader in e-Business solutions. This verdict comes during the same month that Sybase completed the acquisition of New Era of Networks, adding
7/9/2001


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