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PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 1
The year 2001, which was an exceptional year of financial performance for PeopleSoft, including record total revenue, record profit, and more than $500 million

year patch  from $514 million a year ago, justified by the management with all-too-familiar slowdown in IT spending. Figure 1. However, income from recurring operations, however, increased by 28% to $46 million, up from $36 million in the same quarter of 2001, while net income for the first quarter of 2002 was $45 million. Other positives were the Company's cash and investment balances at March 31, 2002 at $1.82 billion, an increase of $149 million during the first quarter. Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) at March 31, Read More...
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Desktop Management's Dirty Little Secret
ESD (electronic software distribution) promises to simplify software distribution and management, and eliminate ''sneakernet'' the costly, time-consuming manual

year patch  than $2 billion per year to identify, research and deploy to enterprise devices, according to analyst firm Aberdeen Group. Migrating to a new operating system (OS) can take large enterprises months to complete and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Enterprises often use imaging (burning a copy of the new OS onto every PC's hard disk) to streamline OS migrations. Even this process requires hands-on attention, increases help desk calls and causes work stoppage. Enterprises must upgrade the OS' Read More...
Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98
There’s a system security hole that can crash your Windows 95 or 98 system. How long has it taken Microsoft to fix it? Three months and counting.

year patch  the end of last year but did nothing to fix it or make customers aware of the problem. It wasn't considered a serious issue, said a Microsoft spokeswoman. It's an inconvenience more than anything. It's not a security issue. No one is reading your e-mail. But the spokeswoman added that Microsoft, of Redmond, Wash., decided to reconsider its decision this week and is now working on a patch for the problem. The spokeswoman did not know when the fix will be available but said it will be posted to the Read More...
PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 2: Market Impact
With a large investment in architecture made early, PeopleSoft has so far resisted the downturn in the market and has gained ground by making its core

year patch  own success, since the year 2001 was an exceptional year of its financial performance, including record total revenue, record profit, and more than $500 million of generated cash. The 19% growth was far and away better than the estimated dismal applications market growth (if not a steep decline) in 2001. During 2001, PeopleSoft was perceived to have the purest Internet-based product architecture. With improved international market penetration and brand recognition (nearly 40% of revenues coming from Read More...
PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 3: Target Markets, Alliances, & Competition
In PeopleSoft’s case, the fact remains that it is still the best-attuned offering (in terms of pricing, vertical extensions, customizability, professional

year patch  it with Ariba last year (the deal was called off due to Ariba's abrupt financial difficulties in 2001). The cost, time and effort to upgrade PeopleSoft to a newer version continue to be a concern to some users too, but that is particularly true with migration to PeopleSoft 8, which might require a considerable effort, one that feels like a new implementation. The fact is that PeopleSoft is one of more intricate and expensive products to deploy. Like SAP and Oracle, PeopleSoft should also carefully Read More...
Texas Instruments Tells War Stories At i2 Planet
This year at i2’s Planet conference, Texas Instruments reviewed lessons learned during their 3½-year i2-SAP implementation.

year patch  learned in their epic 3-year implementation of i2 and SAP. The multinational semiconductor manufacturer implemented i2's TradeMatrix Supply Chain Planner, Factory Planner, and Demand Planner products jointly with SAP's R/3 Supply Allocation Planning to create a platform that would unite the supply chains of several plants around the globe. Many regard the TI project as the most ambitious simultaneous supply chain-ERP implementation ever undertaken. The new solution affects over 42 sites in 25 countries an Read More...
An Introduction to E-learning and Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Not so long ago (or, back in the early ’90s, when I was a first-year college student) there were two ways to get a post-secondary education: by attending

year patch  when I was a first-year college student) there were two ways to get a post-secondary education: by attending classes at a university or college with hundreds of other coffee-stoked students, or by signing up for what used to be called “distance” learning (or even before that, “by correspondence,” as though courses consisted of a series of letters exchanged between the student and the professor, and delivered by the Pony Express). Distance courses still exist, of course, but increasingly, even Read More...
A Fresh Look at SAP’s Software-as-a-service (SaaS) Solution
After a year of silence surrounding SAP’s newest enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, SAP Business ByDesign is back. During that year, many of its

year patch  (SaaS) Solution After a year of silence surrounding SAP’s newest enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, SAP Business ByDesign is back. During that year, many of its competitors pounced on SAP’s silence, even going so far as to spread rumors that the new product was dead. Find out what one Aberdeen analyst thought of Business ByDesign after taking it for a test drive at Sapphire 2009. Read More...
The New and the Noteworthy: 2008 Vendor Wrap-up
2008 seemed to be the year for mergers and acquisitions (M@As) in the world of enterprise software—with companies like Oracle picking up Primavera Software’s

year patch  seemed to be the year for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the world of enterprise software—with companies like Oracle picking up Primavera Software’s project and portfolio management (PPM) offering, and Symantec grabbing up MessageLab’s messaging and web security offering. But it was also a year for some software firms to see their latest solutions shine. With 2008 nearing its end, Technology Evaluation Center’s (TEC’s) research analyst team takes a brief look at 10 of the newest vendors to Read More...
Ariba Dances for Joy in Quarter Time
Ariba, Inc., E-purchasing's prima ballerina, trotted out its latest financial figures, showing a quarterly revenue increase of 243% over the previous year.

year patch  can't call 1999 The Year of Ariba. Its big-name rival Commerce One, and quite a few smaller players, also had successful years - or at least interesting ones. But Ariba remains the first name that people think of when they think of electronic purchasing, and at this point in the development of the industry Ariba's success serves more as a bellwether than as an infringement on its competitors. Ariba's success is reflected in more than the total revenue numbers. Figure 1 shows the revenues broken out Read More...
Demandforce’s First Anniversary at Intuit
A year ago Intuit acquired Demandforce, an online marketing and communication product, to bolster offerings that help small businesses attract and retain

year patch  Anniversary at Intuit A year ago Intuit   acquired Demandforce , an online marketing and communication product , to bolster offerings that help small businesses attract and retain customers. Intuit recently celebrated several Demandforce milestones, not the least of which is that Demandforce has helped Intuit’s Small Business Group   achieve 17 percent revenue growth for the quarter over this time last year . Demandforce helps small businesses automate their online marketing and communications throu Read More...
Candle Releases New Command Center App for IBM MQSI 2
IBM has announced a four-year, $200 million investment to attempt to make it more cost effective and easier for companies to manage data on IBM S/390 enterprise

year patch  what is websphere mq,what is mq,active mq,mq careers,open mq,websphere business integration message broker,websphere,websphere mq,websphere message broker,websphere mq series,spring jms,activemq,mqseries net,mqseries 6.0,jms message queue Read More...
Continuous Planning and Rolling Forecasts
The old way of thinking—you run a company through the once a year budget process—is on the way out in favor of new concepts and system approaches generally

year patch  through the once a year budget process—is on the way out in favor of new concepts and system approaches generally described as continuous planning. The practical implementation of continuous planning is through rolling forecasts—frequent updates of financial plans that include integrating actuals data and rolling the forecast time period beyond the current fiscal year. Discover the concepts and practices of continuous planning, and find out how to define application requirements for integrating Read More...
IFS Ends Year with a Few Bangs
IFS has had a pretty decent time of late, but the company has apparently had a great end to 2013 if one judges by a slew of new win announcements. Senior

year patch  Ends Year with a Few Bangs IFS has had a pretty decent time of late , but the company has apparently had a great end to 2013 if one judges by a slew of new win announcements. In December 2013, North American Network, LLC (NAN) , a sales and distribution channel of project and service-based businesses, selected the IFS Applications enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for real-time project management. The contract is valued at $2 million (USD), whereby the company will implement IFS Applications Read More...
Transmeta to Intel/AMD: Eat Our Dust
Transmeta’s CEO says his company has a five-year lead on Intel’s and AMD’s technology. Reality or hype? And does it matter?

year patch  is at least five years ahead of that of Intel and AMD, the two leading CPU vendors in the PC marketplace. Transmeta's Crusoe CPU was announced in January. Among Crusoe's notable features is its claim of super-low power consumption, resulting in much longer battery life for notebooks and other similar battery-powered computing devices. Current notebooks usually run out of power after 3-4 hours; Transmeta claims Crusoe-based notebooks can run up to eight hours without recharging. This extended life will Read More...

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