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Great Plains - An SME Market Leader, But At What Cost?
Great Plains has established itself as a global small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market leader. It now derives almost 20% of revenue outside of the US market

what companies use great plains  Market Leader, But At What Cost? P.J. Jakovljevic - October 5, 2000 Introduction This is the third of three articles about Great Plains resulting from TEC analysts attending the Great Plains partners' meeting, Stampede 2000, in September. The meeting provided the opportunity for in-depth research on how Siebel and Great Plains operate. The TEC analysts were able to interview both Great Plains managers and partners. Event Summary As announced in a press release from September 12, Great Plains Software, Read More
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Great Plains’ Latest Product Offering &; Ready to Stampede the SME Market?
Great Plains announced during its Stampede 2000 annual partner meeting significant extensions to its product offering. The following is our view of Great Plains

what companies use great plains  Market Leader, But At What Cost? ). It is realistic to expect costs of training to continue to be high for some time to come. The merger with Solomon has been completed with impressive smoothness (with minimal attrition) and will provide synergistic R&D endeavors in the future. Solomon will leverage Great Plains' experience in developing internally its manufacturing functionality, while Great Plains may benefit from gaining insight into Solomon's experience in developing a fully browser-based portal Read More
SouthWare Excellence Series: Making Excellence Easier Part Two: What Makes SouthWare Different?
The Excellence Series is in fact a product that provides users with a powerful business management framework that is in many aspects far ahead of other middle

what companies use great plains  What Makes SouthWare Different? What Makes SouthWare Different The process of selecting mid-market accounting software usually starts with products that have achieved some name recognition and that's fine as long as the search does not end there. SouthWare Innovations ( http://www.southware.com ) has created in its Excellence Series a worthy competitor serving a number of industries and offering users a surprising array of functionality, either directly as SouthWare applications or through one of their Read More
ERP Issues for the Midsized Life Sciences Company
What makes your enterprise resource planning (ERP) requirements difficult for most vendors to satisfy? As a life sciences company, you have operational

what companies use great plains  to minimize total cost, what are some of the fatal flaws related to Part 11? ERP companies addressing Part 11 have approached it in one of two ways - as an application issue or as an infrastructure issue. With the application approach, the vendor decides which transactions demand Part 11 control. The prospective buyer's job is to make certain that the vendor's decisions are workable given the company's regulatory strategy. Are all the points of interest covered? If extra issues are addressed, can these Read More
What Do Users Want and Need?
At the basic level, users want a more intuitive way to

what companies use great plains  Last but not least, what MBS refers to Fundamentals would be its continued strive to front-load software development process (i.e., design phase) with customer centricity (not only in terms of qualitative customer feedback loops, but also by increasing levels of instrumentation in code), quality, reliability, and security. As a recap, Project Green is not a product per se, but rather an ongoing process that produces incremental enhancements in existing products and that delivers on the vision of Read More
Overcome the Four IT Inhibitors to BI Success in Midsize Companies
Midsize companies may move so fast that they jeopardize the creation of reliable business performance metrics. Without a trusted set of business information and

what companies use great plains  the Four IT Inhibitors to BI Success in Midsize Companies Midsize companies may move so fast that they jeopardize the creation of reliable business performance metrics. Without a trusted set of business information and sound analytic processes, a midsize company cannot make informed business decisions, or take the actions required for successful business outcomes. Learn how your midsize company can overcome the four inhibitors to reliable business intelligence (BI). Read More
Has Market Been Too Harsh On Great Plains?
On June 27, Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions, announced financial results for the fiscal

what companies use great plains  Market Been Too Harsh On Great Plains? Has Market Been Too Harsh On Great Plains? P.J. Jakovljevic - August 3, 2000 Event Summary As published in the company's press release from June 27, Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended May 31, 2000. Great Plains' fourth quarter revenues increased 48% over the same period last fiscal year. Revenues for the fourth quarter of fiscal Read More
Oracle to Offer APS Package for Small Companies


what companies use great plains  to Offer APS Package for Small Companies Oracle to Offer APS Package for Small Companies S. McVey - September 27th, 1999 Event Summary Seeking new avenues for growth, $8.8 billion Oracle Corporation will extend its reach into the small enterprise market. The suite includes Oracle's new APS (Advanced Planning and Scheduling) package announced near the end of June, which includes Demand Planning, Supply Chain Planning, Global Available to Promise, and Manufacturing Scheduling. Details of the small ente Read More
Project-based Companies Need Specialized ERP Solutions
Implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system—even for small to medium businesses (SMBs)—is a smart move. But depending on the type of business

what companies use great plains  it difficult to know what type of system to choose. For growing project-based companies faced with the challenge of managing many complex projects, the ideal ERP system should be customizable yet scalable. Read More
Selecting ERP Software for Make-to-Order Companies
But here's a practical guide for selecting an ERP system for MTO, or engineer-to-order manufacturing environments that will give you all the funct...

what companies use great plains  ERP Software for Make-to-Order Companies Make-to-order (MTO) manufacturers make common mistakes when selecting an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system—and many end up with software that won't do the job. But here's a practical guide for selecting an ERP system for MTO, or engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing environments that will give you all the functionality you need. It's a sensible four-step approach that takes into account the exacting needs and special challenges that MTO/ETO Read More
Accelerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics
In-memory analytics provides midsize companies with a faster, more flexible, and arguably lower-cost way of accessing and processing information, allowing users

what companies use great plains  Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics In-memory analytics provides midsize companies with a faster, more flexible, and arguably lower-cost way of accessing and processing information, allowing users to get answers to business questions in seconds rather than hours. By virtue of its high-performance architecture, in-memory has the potential to help midsize organizations become more informed, and respond quicker to changing market conditions. Find out more. Read More
Functional Re-use and SOA
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a driving force for future functional use within organizations. However, these functions must be viewed as being shared

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Going from Good to Great
Creating a great Website depends on strategy, and the investment of time and energy in continuous improvement. Learn how techniques like search engine marketing

what companies use great plains  to them specifically and what unique needs you can satisfy. Providing free tools which users can turn to for information specific to the product or service you offer. Whether or not they are willing to purchase, this will build credibility and encourage repeat visits. These tools often motivate call to action as they are aimed at validating the need for a product or service.   4. Increase Conversions A conversion can be anything that you feel helps execute business strategy- from a click to a particular Read More
Delivering Efficient After-sales Service in IM&C Companies
After-sales service represents a significant opportunity for industrial machinery and components (IM&C) manufacturers. Profit margins for service operations can

what companies use great plains  Efficient After-sales Service in IM&C Companies After-sales service represents a significant opportunity for industrial machinery and components (IM&C) manufacturers. Profit margins for service operations can be higher than those for core manufacturing activities. And providing exceptional after-sales service creates substantial opportunities for cross-selling and solidifying customer loyalty. Discover ways to streamline and align your company’s service operations. Read More
Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage
Software giant Microsoft treated itself with a $1.1B Christmas present; it announced an agreement to acquire its long-term partner Great Plains Software, a

what companies use great plains  Low-End Battleground ). And what about a plethora of smaller vendors that are direct Great Plains' competitors and whose products are also Microsoft-centric (e.g., NavisionDamgaard , Epicor , Sage , Made2Manage , etc.)? These vendors will inevitably see Microsoft's move as predatory. While most of them will not likely make any radical move away from Microsoft, figuring they can continue to compete with Great Plains based on product superiority and other order winners, some may decide to explore other Read More

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