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Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now?
Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application

what is sql  Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now? M. Reed - September 3, 2001 Summary Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology ( buzz-phrases like IAI, or Inter-Enterp 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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What Do Users Want and Need?
At the basic level, users want a more intuitive way to

what is sql  technology stack such as what Microsoft focuses on (after all, the MBS-related business is not profitable, but the software tools business is). This is where the Best/Sage broad line of application comes into play, given its attempted sweeping coverage of market needs. As it will be detailed later on, the vendor has also announced a multi-year plan to deliver an integration framework which ties many of these products as well as third-party products together behind the scenes, and a common desktop that tie Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now?
Enterprise Application Integration has changed massively in the past two years. Where is the market, and what vendors are left in the game?

what is sql  Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now? Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now? M. Reed - September 6, 2001 Summary Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology ( buzz-phrases like IAI, or Inter-Ente Read More...
SQL Server Technical Briefing
iSCSI storage area networks (SANs) offer an alternative for building SANs. Consolidating storage in a SAN offers storage management and scaling benefits for

what is sql  | Storage Systems | What is SAN Storage | Read More...
PLM and FOSS, What PLM Seekers Think?
Since Aras decided to stop asking for license fees for Aras Innovator [evaluate the product]by switching to the business model that the vendor calls enterprise

what is sql  Centers (TEC) to see what the users (more precisely, PLM seekers) think of FOSS PLM. The Acceptance of FOSS PLM Based on thousands of PLM initiatives recorded at TEC, below are the percentages of PLM seekers who chose the option “the software is licensed under an official free or Open Source license”, from 2005 to 2009, and in the first half of 2010 (figure 1).   Figure 1. Percentages of PLM seekers thinking FOSS PLM is considerable One interesting aspect in figure 1 is the surge of the percentages i Read More...
When Is Talent Management Really Right for Your Business?
Many organizations realize that developing and managing talented employees is integral to the success of their business. But how do you know whether your

what is sql  that given time.   What Is Talent Management? But what is talent management? How is it different from human resources (HR)? And what can it do for your business—both now and in the future? The term talent management generally refers to the process of attracting highly skilled workers, integrating new workers, and developing and retaining current workers to meet current and future business objectives. But talent management can also mean different things to different organizations. For some it’s about Read More...
ERP: Is High ROI with low TCO Possible?
Total cost of ownership (TCO) remains a significant factor influencing enterprise resource planning (ERP) strategies and decisions. But focusing exclusively on

what is sql  such projects. Find out what the average company should expect to pay for ERP and how the business can benefit from a successful implementation. Read More...
Where is Oracle in the Product Lifecycle Management Software Market?
Oracle is in the processing of developing their product lifecycle management capabilities. The question is whether they will accomplish this through the

what is sql  Oracle has taken a somewhat more risky and expensive acquisition approach for certain functional areas, as demonstrated by the acquisitions of Siebel for CRM, G-Log for multimodal transportation planning and execution, and Retek for unique retail applications and expertise. PLM, however, seems to be a more difficult puzzle for Oracle to solve. Internal development and commitment to the PLM solution set continues in earnest, while any speculation that their game plan may include a PLM acquisition Read More...
Is Newer Really Better?
Earlier this month, TEC analyst Aleksey Osintsev posted a short piece about the perceived shortcomings of the venerable IBM AS/400 (now the IBM System i). It

what is sql  not an issue. So what do you think? Is newer necessarily better? Is your company still getting tier-1 performance out of “vintage” systems? Let us know in the comments. Read More...
Is Your Enterprise Application on a Road to Nowhere?
Consolidation is a well-documented trend and is to be expected in the market for enterprise applications. This article outlines the evolution of the enterprise

what is sql  and marketed it. To what extent is this application built with industry-standard technologies, including Java and .NET? Proprietary programming languages, middleware, and development tools will be harder to support as the market evolves away from them. Questions for Unified Technology Companies Unified technology companies provide enterprise applications based on a single integrated platform. Examples include SAP and IFS. Here are key questions to ask unified technology companies: How can this Read More...
The Proof Is in the ROI
A well-thought out, comprehensive ROI (return on investment) marketing and sales program is becoming a must in today's difficult business to business (B2B

what is sql  about their products. Not what they think (and hope) is the products' true nature and value, or what it was designed to be, but the real, bedrock truth. Digging takes effort, and you may not find what you thought was down there. But it's necessary, because you had better be able to prove any claim you make. Positioning depends on being able to make a promise that's unique, relevant, and credible. Most of the claims we see fail at least one of these tests. Generally, they lack uniqueness or credibility. Read More...
Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems
This article, originally published in Engineering Times, on how companies are employing ERP is based on an interview with Ben Spencer, TEC’s Senior Director of

what is sql  of many different vendors. Whatever specific software or Web-based ERP solution you choose, carefully test and evaluate it first to be sure it's the right solution for your company, Spencer advises. Engineers should think about the business issues that are driving them to adopt an ERP system, document the unique requirements of their system, and develop checkpoints of software that will help them achieve their business goals. It's like going out and buying a suit, he says. A solution for one company Read More...
PROMYS Is Now TEC Certified
I'm pleased to announce that the PROMYS project portfolio management for professional service automation (PPM for PSA) solution is now TEC Certified.TEC

what is sql  impressions of the software. What makes PROMYS stand out is that it is designed specifically for IT solution providers, and therefore feels lighter than most PPM for PSA solutions (which typically can provide more native support for large-scale projects such as construction or heavy maintenance). Currently, PROMYS's sweet spot consists of medium IT providers, or IT departments for large businesses that need a better grasp of their IT initiatives. During the demo, PROMYS’ Director of Business Read More...

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