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Great Plains on a Shopping Spree
On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. In a separate move, Great Plains also unveiled plans to acquire Fixed Asset Management LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Forestar Group to gain the rights to Forestar's Fixed Asset Management product, which allows a company to record, track, depreciate, and analyze its fixed assets.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) market where electronic business and financial modules are the main pillars of an enterprise application. However, any organization evaluating Great Plains should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, and be wary of possible application integration problems.
1/28/2000

Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation
On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its ASP partner program to better meet the diverse needs of its ASP partners and their customers

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Introduction This is the second 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
10/4/2000

Great Plains – Getting Greater and Less Plain
Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading provider of e-business solutions for the mid-market, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter ended February 29, 2000.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: within the SME market where electronic business and accounting modules are the main pillars of an enterprise application. Any organization evaluating Great Plains should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, given Great Plains recent increase in new product announcements. BEGINLYX�
4/27/2000

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 quarter and fiscal year ended May 31, 2000. Despite continued growth and profitability, the market reacted to the company’s results that were below analysts’ expectations by almost halving its market capitalization in a day!

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: within the SME market where electronic business, distribution, services and accounting modules are the main pillars of an enterprise application. However, since we expect growing pains in merging disparate product lines within the current affiliate channel, potential clients should conduct a preliminary research on industry expertise and reference sites of a regional Great Plains affiliate service provider when the Great Plains/Solomon product is selected. They should also familiarize themselves with
8/3/2000

IFS Bucking the Trends – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
lose the context of where they came across the question at hand. With a mouse click, the help panel will be turned on, and the possibility to edit or add a new passage to the help text will become available. For its part, The Board will be, simply put, micro-messaging (with up to 200 characters in a message) between users of IFS Applications. The feature will create an arena or the pulse of the company for users to help each other, ask questions, post news, and more. It will no longer be necessary to

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: aftermarket service, alastair sorbie, astea, eam, ERP, iee, IFS, ifs applications, ifs enterprise explorer, ifs labs, ifs unified communications, ifs virtual maps, ifs wikihelp, mca solutions, Oracle, Project Management, SAP, soa, social networks, the board, uc, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
09-09-2010

The Insider’s Guide to Great Customer Service on the Web
Companies that provide superlative service keep their customers satisfied and loyal. It’s particularly important to deliver great customer service on the web—which is why great web self-service should be a company’s top priority. Unfortunately, many executives who would have a heart attack if their call centers were unresponsive don't show the same concern about having an unresponsive web site.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: The Insider’s Guide to Great Customer Service on the Web The Insider’s Guide to Great Customer Service on the Web Source: RightNow Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies that provide superlative service keep their customers satisfied and loyal. It’s particularly important to deliver great customer service on the web—which is why great web self-service should be a company’s top priority. Unfortunately, many executives who would have a heart attack if their call centers
2/8/2007 3:21:00 PM

The Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor
Evaluating software solutions usually starts out as an assessment of architecture, features and functionality, business processes and IT fit. This makes perfect sense—until business stakeholders begin assessing the vendor as a potential business partner. Learn about the risks of entering into an agreement with a vendor, and how to find out if that vendor can deliver solution that will deliver the expected results.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: The Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor The Technology Is Great, Not So Sure About the Vendor Source: Interim Technical Management, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Evaluating software solutions usually starts out as an assessment of architecture, features and functionality, business processes and IT fit. This makes perfect sense—until business stakeholders begin assessing the vendor as a potential business partner. Learn about the risks of entering into an agreement with a
3/2/2010 11:25:00 AM

The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its legacy systems if everything could work from one server, and give the executives the information they need in the process. Another opinion in the dilemma - the one-stop shop versus best-of breed concept.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: attended an analyst briefing where the analyst made it clear that the Global 500 would never get to a single application, therefore it will never happen. In my twenty years of experience with medium sized companies, I have observed that these analysts are wrong, and that the needs of a medium sized company are very different from the needs of a large enterprise. More importantly the opportunity for change is drastically different. A large global conglomerate has many corporate entities with many disparate
8/27/2003

Microsoft to Add Encore Functionality to MBS Great Plains 8.0Part Two: Market Impact
Microsoft's Encore acquisition should bring the two former partners' complementary product offerings even closer together and should widen opportunities within the public and nonprofit sectors under the Microsoft umbrella. The products' technologies are quite compatible and so their integration will not be terribly complex, if it is to be complex at all.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: , and Forestar products somewhere in its fold through the once independent Great Plains Software which acquired these respective HR, financial reporting/consolidation, and fixed asset functionalities, but it still has the four, largely competing flagship ERP/accounting product lines. Even though FRx products seem to have been successfully cross-sold and integrated into almost all four of MBS ERP products (and even into the dozens of ERP product from other vendors including Best Software, see FRx Poised
7/9/2004

“Whistler” Beta on the Web?
Source code for a future Microsoft OS, code-named “Whistler”, mysteriously appeared on the Internet in mid-March. How did it get there? Does it matter? And why does Microsoft management keep making statements that are later retracted?

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: just may be someone, somewhere (now or formerly) inside of MS who may be just a teensy bit less loyal to the corporation than Messrs. Allchin, Gates, Ballmer, et al. As surveys have shown over the years, computer sabotage has been (until recently) more likely to come from inside a company than outside. Recent DDOS attacks have changed the rules of the game a little, of course. (60% probability) Screw-up by someone at Microsoft This is the type of thing happens to political campaigns - someone faxes a key
4/14/2000

Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support
Great Plains has expanded eSupport, its web-based technical support service. The new service promises to provide customers and partners with higher levels of service while increasing Great Plains’ operational efficiency. Here’s how Great Plains uses the web to augment its technical support services.

WHERE IS THE GREAT PLAINS: Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support L. Talarico - December 5, 2000 Read Comments L. Talarico - December 5, 2000 Event Summary Great Plains Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPSI) delivers ERP and CRM applications to the mid-market. The company recently announced the expansion of eSupport, a web-based technical support service that complements its traditional telephone support. Great Plains develops ERP and CRM applications aimed at the
12/5/2000


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