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The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Aging Gracefully With The ‘New Kids On The Block’
Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000’s. ERP will

navision in the us  Systems ), MAPICS , Navision , Infinium Software, American Software , Sage , Ross Systems , Fourth Shift (now part of AremisSoft ), Made2Manage Systems , Lilly Software , ROI Systems , Macola Software (now a division of Exact ), Syspro , Scala , Ramco Systems , Pronto , and several dozens more of smaller or niche ERP players. In the 80's and 90's, businesses were subject to increased global competition, resulting in a pressure to lower production costs, improve product performance and quality, increase Read More

Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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The First Step in mySAP.com
Application Hosting with mySAP.com was introduced in January of 1999. Recently, SAP announced over 5,000 users in North America have embraced the initiative.

navision in the us  First Step in mySAP.com Event Summary On December 14th, at the eBusiness Conference & Expo in New York, SAP AG (NYSE ADR: SAP) announced over 5,000 users in North America have embraced Application Hosting with mySAP.com since January 1999. Application Hosting with mySAP.com enables small to medium-sized businesses to use business software over the Internet. By using Application Hosting with mySAP.com, customers can implement their inter-enterprise solution by using preconfigured applications known as Read More
Fed Gives ERP A Shot In The Arm
There has been a hubbub in the public sector, with all major players fiercely competing and eventually winning important new federal contracts, primarily for

navision in the us  Gives ERP A Shot In The Arm Fed Gives ERP A Shot In The Arm P.J. Jakovljevic - June 21, 2001 Event Summary  As reported on May 31 in Government Executive , a monthly business magazine published by the National Journal Group, Inc, the federal market for enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems will grow to nearly $1.8 billion per year by 2005, according to a study recently released by Input , a Chantilly, VA, market research firm. On the other hand, in its article from June 2, Washington Technology , Read More
Tying the Shop Floor to the ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) on the shop floor is critical. High-performing manufacturers have found that full integration of real-time operational data

navision in the us  the Shop Floor to the ERP System Plex Online provides an extremely strong Shop Floor Control System (also known as Manufacturing Execution System (MES)). Many ERP software companies claim to support manufacturing companies, but they do little more than accounting, order entry, and other office tasks. Source: Plex Systems Resources Related to What's Happening on Your Shop Floor? : Shop Floor (Wikipedia) Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) (Wikipedia) Tying the Shop Floor to the ERP System Shop Read More
NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only
Recent product releases and a profitable quarterly report from Navision, a recently merger-formed and rebranded Danish provider of enterprise business solutions

navision in the us  changed from NavisionDamgaard to Navision in an effort to build a new global brand. Navision achieved a 20% combined quarterly revenue growth to DKK 326 million (~$40.3 million) compared to the combined last year's results of then separate companies. Navision has seen growth in all markets except in its domestic Danish market. Despite fierce competition and difficult market conditions, the company sustained 12% growth in the US market. While, for the first nine months to date, revenues from Navision Read More
Case Study: Air International US
Since 1996, Air International US (AIUS) has used an outsourced manufacturing strategy instead of maintaining its own facilities. For the first few years

navision in the us  Study: Air International US Manufacturers use Arena to improve productivity, enhance collaboration, enable outsourcing, manage compliance and speed time to market. Read more about the products they make and the markets they serve. Source: Arena Solutions Resources Related to Case Study: Air International US : ontract Manufacturer (Wikipedia) Case Study: Air International US Contract Manufacturing is also known as : What is AIR International , Use Contract Manufacturing , Outsourcing Manufacturing , O Read More
Strengthening Governance, Risk and Compliance in the Banking Industry
Banks have progressed farther than companies in many other industries in automating financial processes and have more to lose from inefficient processes, facing

navision in the us  Governance, Risk and Compliance in the Banking Industry Banks have progressed farther than companies in many other industries in automating financial processes and have more to lose from inefficient processes, facing intensified regulatory compliance. Effective governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) initiatives can multiply efficiency advantages of more conservative automation efforts while providing accurate, timely insight into the entire financial picture of the enterprise. Read More
MPS in European and US Enterprises
The printing environment is now an integral part of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that use managed print services (MPSs) are seeing reduced cost and

navision in the us  in European and US Enterprises Quocirca is a research and analysis company with a primary focus on the European market. Quocirca produces free to market content aimed at IT decision makers and those that influence them in business of all sizes and public sector organisations. Much of the content Quocirca produces is based on its own primary research. Source: Quocirca Ltd Resources Related to MPS in European and US Enterprises : Managed Print Services (MPS) (Wikipedia) MPS in European and US Read More
The Intranet Has Come a Long Way: Where is it Going Next?
The intranet was born from the marriage of two opposing business initiatives. The word processing department was cutting costs by eliminating the printed

navision in the us  Intranet Has Come a Long Way: Where is it Going Next? The Intranet Has Come a Long Way: Where is it Going Next? J. Dowling - July 26, 2002 Introduction   The intranet was born from the marriage of two opposing business initiatives. The word processing department was cutting costs by eliminating the printed telephone directory and the information systems department was trying to find any reason for playing with HTML. Well, maybe not exactly, but not too far from the truth. What lies on the horizon for Read More
Extending Quality's Reach to Manage Quality in the Supply Chain
Quality does not start at the receiving dock and end at the shipping dock. The focus on the supply chain demands that the quality department be involved from

navision in the us  Quality's Reach to Manage Quality in the Supply Chain Introduction The quality department lies at the heart of a manufacturing concern. The quality department is responsible for ensuring that a company's products consistently meet its quality expectations. The speed and accuracy with which the quality department can perform its functions is one determinant of how quickly products can be delivered. Traditionally, quality departments have focused their efforts within the four walls of the plant, but Read More
The ASP Decision
The ASP model is the latest in a long line of silver bullets that are supposed to simplify the delivery of technology’s benefits to the business world. This

navision in the us  ASP Decision Introduction About every eighteen to twenty-four months the technology industry identifies the latest in a long line of silver bullets that will simplify the delivery of technology's benefits to the business world. The ASP model has recently enjoyed that distinction and the accompanying hype. Unfortunately, wading through the hype to determine if this particular silver bullet can bring value to your business is an arduous task. This article provides some simple guidelines for determining Read More

In the month of September Internet giant CMGI made three separate acquisitions of companies involved in advertising and profiling, giving it coverage in almost

navision in the us  Ads are us , boasts CMGI Event Summary On September 30, 1999 CMGI announced its purchase of Flycast Communications (Nasdaq: FCST) for $559 million. The agreement followed on the heels of CMGI's purchase of AdForce (Nasdaq: ADFC) for $500M on September 20 and the purchase of AdKnowledge for $193 million by CMGI's majority owned subsidiary Engage (Nasdaq: ENGA). Prior to this outlay of $1.252 billion over 10 days, Engage had paid $30 million for I/PRO in April and $35 million for Accipiter in March of 1998. Read More
Ultimate Connection Seeking Its US Retail Connection Through Solomon Software Partners
Great Plains announced at the Solomon Partner Conference in August, a number of new product enhancements and/or product alliances for its recently acquired

navision in the us  company's successful partnership with Navision in the European market. We expect Ultimate Connection to pursue a number of alliances with other mid-market ERP vendors. Ultimate Connection's products are particularly appropriate for those ERP vendors who have failed to provide their own vertical solutions, which are aimed at retail industry specific solutions. Its value proposition may be welcomed in this market and will infuse fresh air into an industry that has traditionally been underserved. However, Read More
Remapping the Supply Chain Universe, by Ann Grackin and Sree Hameed
Supply chain management is a truly dynamic field. Over the last few years the fundamental structure of the chains has changed to the point where many of the

navision in the us  the Supply Chain Universe, by Ann Grackin and Sree Hameed Introduction Supply chain management is a truly dynamic field. Over the last few years the fundamental structure of the chains has changed to the point where many of the working assumptions have to be reevaluated. One of the changes that has become obvious is that technology misfits have emerged. It's like going to the gym and getting lean and finding your clothes no longer fit! Also, if you haven't gotten to the gym lately, you will be Read More
What Can Aras’ Selection as PLM Enhancement at MAN Diesel & Turbo Tell Us?
While multi-CAD (computer aided design) situations have been a matter of course at large manufacturing organizations, it appears that multi-PLM (product

navision in the us  Can Aras’ Selection as PLM Enhancement at MAN Diesel & Turbo Tell Us? While multi-CAD (computer aided design) situations have been a matter of course at large manufacturing organizations, it appears that multi-PLM (product lifecycle management) software deployments will follow suit. To that end, Aras , an upbeat open source PLM software solution provider for large enterprises, recently announced that MAN Diesel & Turbo ( MAN ), a provider of large bore diesel engines and turbo machinery for marine an Read More

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