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Will the Real ERP Please Stand Up? » The TEC Blog
Will the Real ERP Please Stand Up? » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more about TEC s

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09-10-2008

Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)?
On May 30, QAD reported financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2002. Although not quite turning the corner, the business seems to be stabilizing against the backdrop of the economic slowdown, the fierce competition from the bigger vendors and the plight of many of its peers.

WILL BOOK: Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)? Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)? P.J. Jakovljevic - June 18, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - June 18, 2001 Event Summary On May 30, QAD Inc . (NASDAQ:QADI), a provider of enterprise applications for manufacturing and distributing organizations, reported revenue of $51.3 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2002 ended April 30, 2001, almost flat compared with $51.6 million a year ago (See Figure 1). The license revenue of $15.1 million was also flat
6/18/2001

SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap?
Announced over two years ago, SAP's Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO) is geared toward the supply chain management market, where it will compete head-to-head with established best-of-breed vendors like i2 and Manugistics. With a massive 190 pilot implementations underway around the globe, a picture of SAP's new supply chain suite is beginning to emerge.

WILL BOOK: SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap? SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap? Steve McVey - September 1, 1999 Read Comments SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap? S. McVey - September 2nd, 1999 Product Background Announced over two years ago, SAP s Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO) takes aim at the burgeoning supply chain management market, where it will compete head-to-head with offerings from established best-of-breed vendors like i2 and Manugistics. In the mid-nineties, responding to pressure from a number of Fortune 50
9/1/1999

When will RFID Hit Main Street?
The desire for improved visibility, tracking, etc. stands out as a critical issue to global firms. Most firms don't know how to get started. But as the cultural knowledge begins to spread, training comes on-line, and success stories start to get out.

WILL BOOK: When will RFID Hit Main Street? When will RFID Hit Main Street? Ann Grackin - June 28, 2005 Read Comments When will RFID Hit Main Street? Featured Author - Ann Grackin Introduction Every week on the speaking circuit I am asked this question by users and technology firms: When will we see mass adoption of RFID? I have a date. But I think I will teach you to bake bread, rather than feeding you toast! The way to proceed is to just look at the forces that can inhibit or accelerate RFID technology adoption and
6/28/2005

Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions?Part Five: Market Impact of Joint Effort


WILL BOOK: Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Five: Market Impact of Joint Effort Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Five: Market Impact of Joint Effort P.J. Jakovljevic - June 9, 2004 Read Comments Market Impact of Joint Effort In March, Best Software , Inc. , one of the leading current providers of integrated accounting, business management, human resources (HR)/payroll and fixed asset solutions for small and
6/9/2004

Human Capital Supply Chains: Book Review
“Goods are uniform and people are unique.” Too obvious? Maybe, but with the success that supply chain management (SCM) has brought to manufacturers, it’s time to apply the same philosophy to human capital management (HCM). In today’s feature article, TEC HCM analyst Sherry Fox reviews Human Capital Supply Chains, a new book that provides expert advice on what works, what doesn’t, and how a simple SCM history lesson can change the way you manage your workforce.

WILL BOOK: of the company’s “assets” will result in better visibility into the total cost of human capital.   A New Book for a New Strategy With the success that supply chain management (SCM) has brought to manufacturers, it’s time to apply the same philosophy to HCM. This “how to” handbook provides a concrete road map on how key players within an organization (HR managers, hiring managers, procurement officers, staffing suppliers, etc.) can work together to make human capital supply chain management
3/24/2011 1:03:00 PM

MAPICS: Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough?
MAPICS has consistently scored above average in the following customer-service & support benchmarks: reliability, quality of support, vendor stability, ease of doing business, and affiliate product and industry knowledge. However, limited platform support means that AS/400 products will contribute more than 50% of total license revenue within next 5 years. Furthermore, for the next 18 months, approx. 80% of license revenue will come from its existing customer base, who will want to either replace an old MAPICS product or add new modules to an existing MAPICS XA installation.

WILL BOOK: MAPICS: Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough? MAPICS: Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough? P.J. Jakovljevic - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Vendor Summary MAPICS, Inc., headquartered in Atlanta, GA, is a leading global provider of enterprise business software for mid-size discrete and batch-process manufacturing enterprises and large corporate divisions. MAPICS revenues in fiscal 1998 were $130 million. IBM launched MAPICS II (Manufacturing Accounting and Production Information Control System) software
9/1/1999

ROI Systems, Inc.: Will Slow and Steady Remain in the Race?
Over past two decades, ROI Systems has shown the commitment to deliver solid discrete manufacturing functionality and superior customer support, with modest growth and cautious new technology introduction as a consequence. Owing to its slow growth, ROI has achieved a small market presence in general and insignificant global brand awareness, an undeveloped channel outside of the North American market.

WILL BOOK: ROI Systems, Inc.: Will Slow and Steady Remain in the Race? ROI Systems, Inc.: Will Slow and Steady Remain in the Race? P.J. Jakovljevic - June 22, 2000 Read Comments Vendor Summary ROI Systems, Inc. is a privately held provider of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market. Founded in 1978, with headquarters in Minneapolis, MN, the privately held company generated $23.1 million in revenue for fiscal 1999 (6% revenue growth compared to 1998). From its
6/22/2000

Netpliance’s 4X Price Hike - Will It Spell Boom or Doom?
Netpliance, Inc., whose i-opener could be considered the first Internet appliance, recently added functionality, but also decided to raise its hardware “membership kit” price from $99 (down from its normal $199) to $399, in an effort to get profits from more than its online services. Will people be willing to pay an extra $300 for the privilege of using a 10-inch display?

WILL BOOK: 4X Price Hike - Will It Spell Boom or Doom? Netpliance’s 4X Price Hike - Will It Spell Boom or Doom? R. Krause - July 24, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - July 24, 2000 Event Summary June 29, 2000 [Source: Netpliance press release] Netpliance, Inc. has announced i-opener 2001, the next generation service for Internet appliances. As part of the new service package, i-opener customers will be able to alert one another and chat live for the first time with iChime Direct Messaging using an i-opener Internet a
7/24/2000

Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years?
Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future promises to be simpler, more accessible, and easier to use, shaped by trends that only recently began taking hold. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert's take on what's next for ERP, in clear, easy-to-read language.

WILL BOOK: Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years? Future Tech: Where Will ERP Be in Two Years? Source: InsideERP Document Type: White Paper Description: Many ERP systems are deeply entrenched in organizations, and their core technologies are mature. And yet ERP is in a state of flux. The ERP system of the future promises to be simpler, more accessible, and easier to use, shaped by trends that only recently began taking hold. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert s take on what s next for ERP,
3/27/2012 11:37:00 AM

Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years?
Right now, there are two clear trends that will continue to shape business telephony into the next two years: Internet protocol (IP)-based communications and mobility. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert's take on voice over IP (VoIP), IPv6, converged networks, and more.

WILL BOOK: Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years? Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years? Source: VoIP-News Document Type: White Paper Description: Right now, there are two clear trends that will continue to shape business telephony into the next two years: Internet protocol (IP)-based communications and mobility. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert s take on voice over IP (VoIP), IPv6, converged networks, and more. Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years?
3/27/2012 11:22:00 AM


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