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Collaborative Commerce: ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: IFS - Part 2 of 2
IFS needs to bolster its brand awareness, and let the world know that they are, in fact, a real contender in the Collaborative Commerce space. Once companies

e part 2  technologies mature enough? Simple enough? This, part of a series of articles on Collaborative Commerce (C-Commerce) takes a look at the effort IFS is making in the push.. This is a two part article: Part One focused on details of IFS, the company and its product; this, Part Two, discusses TEC's analysis of IFS' solutions and TEC's recommendations for their use. IFS Applications 2001: Positives  There are many observations to make about IFS, its approach to enterprise software design, and its breadth of Read More...
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Epicor Software Corp.: Completing Painstaking
Fiscal 2001 will prove to be very challenging for Epicor Software and we believe the next 18 months will be the company's make-or-break period. This part

e part 2  two part note on Epicor. Part 1 focused on Epicor's history, how it fits in its market, recent developments of interest and the direction the company is headed. Part 2 contains specific analyses of Epicor's strengths and challenges along with bottom line predictions and recommendations for the company and users. Read More...
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 2: Event Summary Continued
Oracle continues respond to the changing requirements of the market, by addressing the need for Wireless Internet support, application servers, and expanded ASP

e part 2  the summary of recent events. Part 3 begins a discussion of the Market Impact. Part 4 makes User Recommendations. Addressing the AS Market Having faced stiff competition in the database market Oracle has also set its sights on the prosperous application server (AS) market. It was the only bright spot in the last quarter, as this part of business grew 35%. Although late to market, the recent 9iAS enhancements in terms of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) compliance, Web Services support, and integration to Read More...
Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 2: Market Impact
Navision has been expanding its coverage in terms of geography, vertical industries, and product functionality. Globally, it has become one of the largest

e part 2  e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically Part 2: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - November 30, 2001 Market Impact of Navision Developments  In November 2001, Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, extended its business-to-business (B2B) solution, Commerce Gateway , to the Navision Axapta product line, giving Navision Axapta customers the opportunity to save time, lower costs and orchestrate business processes more effectively. With Commerce Read More...
New Dimensions in EC and SCM Part 2: The Efficiency Gains of E-Procurement
From point-and-click ordering using Web-based catalogs of individual suppliers, to marketplaces that bring together in one place the products or services

e part 2  site in five parts. Each part will contain links to the preceding parts. Part 1 discussed the Benefits of e-procurement and included examples of major corporations that are pursuing e-procurement. Part 3 will discuss how e-procurement can Broaden the Supplier Pool and the pros and cons of this approach to procurement. Part 4 will discuss using e-procurement to Leverage Volume, including leveraging volume through outsourcing. Part 5 will discuss how e-procurement can Improve Process as well as How to Get Read More...
E-mail Marketing vs. Spam: A 10-round Smack-down
Whether you’re a heavy e-mail marketer, or thinking about using e-mail to market to prospects and customers, there are plenty of challenges to work through

e part 2  mail Marketing vs. Spam: A 10-round Smack-down Whether you’re a heavy e-mail marketer, or thinking about using e-mail to market to prospects and customers, there are plenty of challenges to work through, including anti-spam compliance, single- and double-opt-in methods, text vs. HTML formats, white-listing, black-listing … In order to increase your success as an e-mail marketer and not get tagged as a “spammer,” learn about the ten rounds you’ll need to fight through. Read More...
A Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notion of long tails in modern supply chains. That blog post also introduced the vendor ToolsGroup and its solution

e part 2  Modern Tale of Long (Supply Chain) Tails -- Part II Part I of this blog series introduced the notion of long tails in modern supply chains. That blog post also introduced the vendor  ToolsGroup and its solution for planning and optimizing finished goods in distribution environments. So, How Does ToolsGroup Solve the Distribution Puzzle? Most of the benefits are driven here by the distinctive Stock Mix Optimization capability that has delivered higher service levels with much less inventory for Read More...
9 Key E-mail Strategies for 2008
Many marketers are continuing to improve subscriber engagement levels in their e-mail campaigns. But sending more e-mail doesn’t necessarily drive more revenue

e part 2  Key E-mail Strategies for 2008 Many marketers are continuing to improve subscriber engagement levels in their e-mail campaigns. But sending more e-mail doesn’t necessarily drive more revenue in the long run. Sending more relevant e-mail does. Learn about nine key strategies for e-mail marketing success, including best practices for reactivation techniques, automatic message-based e-mail, and the all-important preference center for your subscribers. Read More...
Can We Intelligently Use Part Numbers to Configure and Order the Right Products?
In the industrial automation industry, an overlooked, fatal flaw of sales configurator solutions is their inability to simultaneously configure part numbers and

e part 2  The solution consults the embedded part number schema and the rules to check whether the new part number is even possible. If it is possible, the suite validates it and tells the prospective customer exactly what part it is, what its features are, and its price. Another example of the significance of configurable part numbers can be seen through a seemingly simple product like a control switch. There are regulatory norms within the US National Electrical Code (NEC) as well as safety standard agencies, Read More...
E-Procurement in What Language?
PeopleSoft recently announced general availability of eProcurement 2.0. The latest release touts multi-language and multi-currency capabilities powered by XML

e part 2  Procurement in What Language? E-Procurement in What Language? A. Turner - May18, 2000 Event Summary In April, PeopleSoft announced general availability of PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0, a PeopleSoft e-business application providing access to B2B trading exchanges. PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0 supports large multinational organizations with numerous suppliers by offering multi-organization functionality, enhanced workflow, multi-currency and multi-language capabilities. PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0 extends Read More...
E-Procurement Energizes Energy
In the space of one week, three separate announcements paired E-procurement companies and energy companies in the creation of Internet marketplaces. Ariba

e part 2  Procurement Energizes Energy Event Summary Commerce One, Inc. NASDAQ: CMRC] was first out of the gate with its announcement that it will team with Shell (NYSE: RD) to create a new, as yet unnamed, company that will build and manage a Web-based marketplace for the energy industry. Shell will own 75 percent of the company; Commerce One will own 10 percent and 15 percent will be used for employee stock options. In addition, Shell will have an option to buy 4.3 million shares of Commerce One in exchange for Read More...
Curbing MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part III
Part II of this blog series expanded on some of TEC's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant floor and the enterprise offices

e part 2  MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part III Part II of this blog series expanded on some of TEC 's earlier articles about companies' need for better links between the plant floor and the enterprise offices. It also pointed out the difficulties in achieving this noble idea, and gave examples of some vendors with success in providing integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) and manufacturing execution system (MES) solutions. Another chronic problem is how to foster plant workers’ acceptance Read More...
2012 State of B2B E-commerce
As digital commerce has transformed all commerce over the last decade, customers have been offered increasing control over their buying experience. Ease of use,

e part 2  State of B2B E-commerce As digital commerce has transformed all commerce over the last decade, customers have been offered increasing control over their buying experience. Ease of use, mobility, and consumerization of technology has increased customer demand for curated and personalized experiences, whether it is business or consumer commerce. But the biggest gap in meeting these demands is in the B2B marketplace. Download this report to learn more. Read More...
What's in a name? or Enterprise systems' reincarnations (Part II)
While the Part I of this topic focused on Consona Corporation (former M2M Holdings), this time the discussion continues with the recently minted Solarsoft

e part 2  privately owned by Marlin Equity Partners. True, in Part I, besides Infor , I could have also mentioned as old news the renaming of Verticent ERP Plus (formerly PowerCerv [ evaluate this product ]) as part of the ASA International parent and SoftBrands (formerly Fourth Shift and AremisSoft ), but these companies have not that candidly professed their appetite for more acquisitions. In any case, in April 2007 Canada-based CMS Software merged with the United Kingdom (UK)-based XKO Software Limited , a Read More...

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