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Big data analytics and marketing application provider Teradata announced that its product Teradata Analytics for SAP Solutions can now infuse data from SAP ERP applications into enterprise analytic and reporting applications in near real time. According to the company, this will enable organizations to unlock additional business value that’s hidden within their ERP applications. It does so by automatically capturing …
Sage announced the launch of the new Sage ERP X3 version 7 solution aimed at helping companies in new customers, reduce operating costs, and grow revenue. This version has a completely redesigned web and mobile experience. The new version features personal dashboards and intelligence tools so users can monitor performance, and get notifications of events that need to be attended …
Gartner predicts that by 2016, the impact of cloud computing and the emergence of postmodern ERP will mean “legacy status” for highly customized ERP systems, and urges CIOs to take action to address this “fast-approaching reality”. “The need for agility and responsiveness has led highly customized ERP implementations to an impasse, creating a subset of legacy ERP installations that must …
SAP recently announced the SAP ERP Foundation Extension, which it describes as “an integrated and comprehensive modering offering” that lets companies new to SAP implement a system optimized for their specific needs. The company made the announcement at a customer conference in Sao Paulo. The extension is based on its established ERP application, which is optimized for use with SAP …
SAP announced the launch of some new ERP rapid-deployment apps this week. These would be the SAP ERP for Finance and Controlling, SAP ERP for Manufacturing and SAP ERP for Trading solutions. The company says they will deliver speed and simplicity to enterprises considering the adoption of adoption of SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA. The solutions include preconfigured …
The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) will invest somewhere between £250 and £750 million in an Oracle shared services ERP platform, which will reportedly be opened up to other government departments. This is a consolidation effort, to get things running on fewer platforms. PublicTechnology.net shares a statement from prior information notice issued last week: “The scope intends to cover …
The odds are good that the LAMP stack is running somewhere inside your company.
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a strategic tool helping an organization to gain and edge over its competitors by helping in successfully integrating its key business operations, synchronizing, planning and optimizing the resources available in the existing extremely competitive environment..
Failed Internet-based, software integrations and implementations aren’t new; incompatibilities between people, change resistance, new processes and technologies have always been a concern.
We will base our prognosis on our Microsoft Business Solutions ERP consulting practice: Microsoft Great Plains, Navision, Axapta, MS CRM.
Former Great Plains Software Dynamics/eEnterprise and currently Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains serves midsize and corporate clients as ERP system in the following countries and regions:
Microsoft Great Plains is the definite stake for Microsoft Business Solutions for the US market.
Microsoft Business Solutions: ERP, CRM, RMS for small and mid-size company – overview for Consultant
Microsoft Business Solutions has good combination of ERP, CRM, Retail Management applications to cover all the needs for small, mid-size and even large company.
In the first article we mentioned the main characteristics that should have a software to be used as a Front-End with some functions of an Enterprise Resources Planning ERP:
Most small and mid-sized manufacturers view potential cost-savings as the top reason to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) application, along with industry and regulatory compliance and customer service, according to a new survey released by Ross Systems.
Intacct Corporation, the ERP On Demand solution for distributed enterprises and ISVs, and IBM, the world’s largest IT company, announced that Achieve Healthcare Technologies, the largest U.S. privately owned IT provider to the long-term care industry substantially increased its subscription of Intacct’s Web-based enterprise resource planning applications to meet growing customer demand.
TriNET today announced the successful implementation of a fully integrated SSA Baan ERP solution.
New Generation Computing (NGC), a wholly owned subsidiary of American Software, today announced that Roka Apparel has selected NGC’s RedHorse Enterprise ERP system and The Production Manager (TPM) to manage the company’s full-package operations in its cutting-and-sewing facilities in Honduras and offices in Jacksonville, Florida.
PeopleSoft Wins Best ERP Solution from CMP Media’s Intelligent Enterprise Seventh-Annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
PeopleSoft announced that the company’s Financial Management, Human Capital Management (HCM), and Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) applications won “Best ERP” solution from CMP Media’s Intelligent Enterprise Seventh-Annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
Affiliated Computer Services announced that it has acquired BlueStar Solutions in a cash transaction for approximately $73 million.
Driven by system consolidation at the Department of Homeland Security and Administration management mandates, the federal market for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) products and services will hit $7.7 billion in FY2009, a 37 percent increase over FY2004 spending of $5.6 billion, according to a report released today by INPUT, the leading provider of government market intelligence.
It’s not pretty out there. Companies have spent fortunes on ERP software and implementation only to find that business performance has not improved at all. These large investments and negative ROIs have created a whirlpool of controversy, rampant company politics and even a number of lawsuits. The trade press has reported many negative ERP stories, and even annual reports have pointed the finger at ERP for lower-than-expected earnings. For some, this has created a higher level of fear about making a big ERP mistake.