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And the Real ERP Is…
On October 9, I ran a contest asking readers to define ERP in their own words. Why? Because there are so many different definitions floating around on the Web
the verge of a nervous breakdown? Check, check, and check. Wigneiswar: One solution that integrates all your business functions. My thoughts: I like this description, since in 8 words it describes the promised land of ERP. Contrast this with our discrete ERP RFP template , which contains 33,694 words. Guus Krabbenborg: An ERP system is a COMPASS that tells you where you are, how you’re doing and where your company is moving to. My thoughts: I like this too, although I'd argue that there's some
AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street?
Both Intel and AMD announced earnings that handily beat Wall Street estimates – on the surface. Do the numbers symbolize a new trend in the CPU market?
get Intel a little nervous, if they aren't already. In addition, rumors have surfaced regarding Dell Computer considering adding AMD chips (most likely Spitfire, a Celeron competitor, refer to TEC News Analysis Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? ). If that isn't enough to give Intel CEO Craig Barrett the heebie-jeebies, then maybe nothing will. As we have mentioned in the past, one place where Intel is still the only game in town is PC servers - they aren't called
Between Toyota and Sony: Japanese Software in the US Market
Asprova, Japanese developer of production scheduler/advanced planning and scheduling (APS) solutions, is eager to break into the US market. The company is
are either patriotic or nervous about various aspects of localization) What do you think? Why is enterprise software made in Japan not selling well in the US? And is there something else Asprova could be doing to improve its chances, or it is just a matter of time before it builds up a solid US client base? References and other sources: http://www.innovationwatch.com/enterpriseecology/books/bks_0070425833.htm
IFS Marches On, Although With a String of Losses
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8 Questions to Ask to Successfully Negotiate a Phone System Deal
The process of determining which phone system is best for your organization’s needs can be a time-consuming process. Yet, it demands your due diligence because
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Leading Phone System Brands for Different Business Sizes
Your business telephone system is a mission critical tool, so it’s imperative to pick the best system for your business—not only for today, but for the next few
Phone System Brands for Different Business Sizes Your business telephone system is a mission critical tool, so it’s imperative to pick the best system for your business—not only for today, but for the next few years. Download this guide for a listing and review of the leading phone systems on the market for small, midsized, large, and enterprise-level businesses. You'll get a breakdown of both on-premise and hosted solutions, and the top five providers for each category.
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Tips for Saving Money on Your Business Phone System With recession looming and profit margins under siege, the last thing any company needs is a capital-draining business phone system. Fortunately, today’s voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) providers offer plenty of cost-trimming features to keep business phone costs in check or dramatically lower communications overhead. Read here to know the five ways businesses are taking advantage of new VoIP technology to save money.
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Common Phone System Buying Problems
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Phone System Buying Problems There are so many choices out there on phone systems that it can be very difficult to make an educated decision without dedicating days or weeks researching all of the vendors and options available. Rather than learning the hard way, know some of the common problems that people often run into when buying a new business phone system so you understand the obstacles you will face in your buying decision and how to get around them.
Vendor Spotlight: GMS Accounting and Financial Management System
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ERP System for Health Care
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Why You Should Take a Hard Look at Your ERP System: Dynamo, Dinosaur, or Difficulty on the Horizon?
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You Should Take a Hard Look at Your ERP System: Dynamo, Dinosaur, or Difficulty on the Horizon? Is your business running as well as it should be? Your ERP system may be the dynamo it was intended to be, but if it has become outdated or outrageously expensive to operate—a dinosaur or a devil in the making—chances are it is doing more harm than good in today’s increasingly global world. Regardless of your business or industry, the time has come to examine your ERP system dispassionately. Know what
How to Select an ERP System When You’re Dead
When Nietzsche declared in 1882 that “God is dead,” I’ll bet he had no idea that ERP system vendors were already queuing up to fill the gap.He just wasn’t
to Select an ERP System When You’re Dead When Nietzsche declared in 1882 that “ God is dead ,” I’ll bet he had no idea that ERP system vendors were already queuing up to fill the gap. He just wasn’t the practical, forward-thinking kind, that was his problem (Nietzsche, I mean, not God). Now, in heaven, they take the long view. So when they started casting around for a replacement to their legacy system, they took the time to conduct a thorough software evaluation process. Which meant, of
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