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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

j part 1  covers the alphabet from J to Q. For A to I, see Part One . J  J2ME - Java 2 Micro Edition . A highly optimized Java runtime environment targeting a wide range of consumer products, including pagers, cellular phones, digital set-top boxes, and car navigation systems. JDBC - Java Database Connectivity . JDBC technology is an API that lets you access virtually any tabular data source from the Java programming language. It provides cross-DBMS connectivity to a wide range of SQL databases. There is also a Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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J.D. Edwards - A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards
Like most of its peers, J.D. Edwards is hoping to rebound by focusing on Internet collaboration and extended-ERP applications. The company has also

j part 1  For more information on J.D. Edwards see Part 2 of this Technology Note. Read More...
Liberty Alliance vs. WS-I; J2EE vs. .NET; Overwhelmed .YET? Part 1: Latest Announcements
On one hand, some archrivals (e.g., Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle) are becoming strange bedfellows, while, on the other hand, the others (e.g., Microsoft and Sun

j part 1  Alliance vs. WS-I; J2EE vs. .NET; Overwhelmed .YET? Part 1: Latest Announcements Event Summary February appeared to be the month in which Web Services earned notable legitimacy. Recently, IBM and Microsoft , the two largest proponents of Web Services, and a slew of other prominent IT companies and enterprises ( Accenture , BEA Systems , Hewlett-Packard , Fujitsu , Intel , Oracle , and SAP to name some) have joined to form the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I, www.ws-i.com ). The Read More...
Intentia's Movex for Food and Beverage: Gaining a Foothold in North America Part 1: Functions and Features of Movex
Intentia's Movex solution for the food and beverage industries has been highly regarded in Europe and the Pacific Rim. Now, Intentia is ready to gain foothold

j part 1  to Intentia, SAP and J.D. Edwards have been the competitors it has faced most frequently on a global scale, even for the food and beverage prospects. Specifically, this three-part article provides a glimpse of Intentia's Movex software offering by discussing the following aspects: Overview of Intentia (Part One) ERP functions and features (Part One) SCM functions and features (Part Two) Additional functions and features (Part Two) Observations and user recommendations (Part Three) This is Part One of a Read More...
Audit Considerations for Enterprise Software Implementations Part 1: Project Planning and Management
Thanks, in part, to the fallout from the financial scandals of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco and others, the corporate spotlight is being refocused on the audit

j part 1  or languages. These practices just make good sense and do not need legislation or the attachment of criminal penalties to be implemented. Steal the concepts from the SOX and start your own program to improve internal control practices. As a project manager, you should encourage the involvement of the audit function from the outset. While specific and typical areas of involvement will be addressed in Part II of this article, as part of the planning and management process, coordination with the audit Read More...
Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 vs. Tier 3 ERP: What’s the Difference, Anyway?
In the software industry, at least in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) segment, there is an implicit understanding of what is meant by tier 1, 2, and 3

j part 1   Read More...
SCE Leaders Partner To See Beyond Their Portfolio Part Two: Market Impact
Further acquisition, partnerships, and internal development will continue to accelerate offering a much-richer level of functionality throughout the entire

j part 1  the most regular and justifiable enhancement has been Web-based order-fulfillment modules, which typically include near real-time SCEM, alert messaging, order tracking, and complicated workflow management. Harnessing this technology should lead to the so-called self-healing or adaptive supply chain — when a software engine monitors all the numerous events taking place supply-chain-wide, identifies and escalates exceptions, sends notification, and reacts appropriately to those exceptions, ideally Read More...
Outsourcing 101 - A Primer Part Three: Approaches and Recommendations
Outsourcing is a very diverse market, and there are many different outsourcing options and outsourcing service providers to choose from. This part discusses

j part 1  per unit, cost per project, or annual cost. Companies choose to outsource for many reasons. It is common for companies to embark on an outsourcing effort in order to lower costs, improve service, obtain expert skills, improve processes, or improve focus on core activities. Nevertheless, outsourcing is not right for every company. A company may be too small to effectively outsource. The company's culture may not appropriate for outsourcing or there may be customer reasons that limit or prevent the company' Read More...
IFS Continues Its Reinvention Through Pruning Part Two: Background, Challenges, and Response
IFS could be an object case of how a great product (in terms of functionality scope and technological foundation) and knowledgeable employees are only part of

j part 1  Sun ONE and even Jboss , an open source application server (although the certifications for some of these are still in progress). This is Part Two of a three-part note. Part One presented the event summary. Part Three will discuss the market impact and make user recommendations. IFS Challenges and Response Yet, the IFS' protracted mixed blessing performance—the delivery of new exciting product features on one side, with plaguing losses and eroding financial situation on the other hand—has Read More...
Curbing MESsy Shop Floor State of Affairs - Part I
Those that follow manufacturing-oriented enterprise applications have likely noticed for some time an uptick of conversations about the need to better integrate

j part 1  it is not a major revelation to say that, for instance, in the discrete manufacturing sector, fabrication and assembly processes are being run and managed by isolated applications, such as “Post-it” notes, Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, Microsoft Access databases, and a plethora of niche vendor’s plant applications (point solutions like data historians). This creates an overwhelming number of individual silos (or islands) of manufacturing data and operations. These silos are typically not connected Read More...
RedPrairie - New Name For A Brave New Value Proposition Paradigm Part Three: Continued Market Impact
RedPrairie's solution for the first time enables both private & third party logistic providers (3PLs) to meet the needs of multiple vertical industries within a

j part 1  future assignments, when each job is dispatched to the operators from the WMS. However, while many renowned companies in the retail, food & beverage, consumer goods, and 3PL segments of the market have successfully implemented LMS and achieved these benefits, a greater number of these have yet to do so. Given the economic and operational potential benefits of LMS, the failure to implement advanced labor management appears to be attributable to a number of misconceptions surrounding LMS process, Read More...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 1
The business process management (BPM) market is sizzling hot, with Gartner Dataquest estimating its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) at 13 percent in 2009. In

j part 1  Kansas anymore” and may just need some ruby slippers to find our way back home to profitability. If you have 14 minutes to spare, you can re-capture the spirit of the event here . Part 2 of this blog series will analyze Trefler’s presentation and provide more details on Pegasystems’ value proposition. In the meantime, your comments, thoughts, suggestions or individual experiences with BPM solutions are more than welcome. Read More...
6 Immediate Business Improvements Offered by an Online SRM System: Part 3: Other Points to Consider
Maintaining an effective supply chain is clearly an integral part of a manufacturing company’s livelihood. Using Web-enabled tools, the enterprise is able to

j part 1  Immediate Business Improvements Offered by an Online SRM System: Part 3: Other Points to Consider Other Points to Consider Other points to consider when choosing an online SRM system are: Customization Financial Commitment Speed of Implementation Ability to Integrate with Existing ERP Security This is Part Three of a three-part article. Part One presented the supplier relationship activities. Part Two presented the six immediate business improvements provided by an online SRM system. Customization Each Read More...
The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2)
In the first part of this blog, I mentioned that sentiment analysis measures the polarity of opinion—positive, negative, or neutral—regarding a subject, a

j part 1  potential to be used jointly with BI applications making it possible to apply traditional BI techniques to visualize what a sentiment-based tool has discovered on the Web. Some vendors are already offering analytics services ( radian6 , Sysomos , BuzzLogic , and Attentio ) to measure and analyze social media content. Now, there is also an existing trend regarding traditional BI providers to address these tasks: •    Teragram (a division of SAS Institute) unveiled its Sentiment Analysis Manager (SAM), Read More...
Summarizing PTC’s Decades of Fervent In-House Innovation (and Acquisitions) - Part 1
Needham, Massachusetts (US)-based Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC, NASDAQ: PMTC) is an over USD 1 billion large software company that develops

j part 1  modeling mode for the job within one environment. With Creo, PTC will have one design software suite with applications for both modeling approaches that share the  user interface (UI)  and file formats so that users can move between both modeling modes and design models with relative ease. Part 2 of this blog series will analyze PTC’s more recent acquisitions and the company’s current state of affairs. In the meantime, your comments, thoughts, suggestions, or individual experiences with the Read More...

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