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Denis Pombriant
Middle Office or No-Man's Land?
05/20/18 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 877 Words

As you can assume, the middle office is neither front-office customer relationship management nor back-office enterprise resource planning . It is a potentially viable territory where back-office data influences front-office business processes. As you might expect, the middle is rife with landmines for all companies...

James O'Leary
The 5 Things Your ERP Sales Rep Doesn't Want You to Know
10/13/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 998 Words

The main reasons to use ERP , and the main reasons ERP is so visible in a company, are really business drivers, and include such motivations as: Compliance with industry standards or regulations; Customer mandates (avoiding chargebacks and minimizing returns, for example); Supply...

Erik Kass
6 Steps to ERP Profits
10/18/10 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 828 Words

... decide to invest in enterprise resource planning systems for a number of reasons, but it all boils down to one main benefit: profits. ERP systems streamline data processes and eliminate waste to create the most efficient company possible, leaving more room to get things...

David Hatch
Distilling ERP Data Into Tasty BI Brew
08/13/09 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1027 Words

In the past, just being able to collect and manage the data was task enough, but now companies are looking to mine the data mountain to drive actionable value . Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems provide much-needed capabilities, such as management of financial , product/inventory,...

Dana Gardner
Building ERP at the Speed of Web
10/25/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1124 Words

Bhusri, who also helped bring PeopleSoft to huge success , explains how Workday is raising the bar on employee life-cycle productivity by lowering IT costs through the SaaS model for full enterprise resource planning (ERP).

More than that, Workday is also demonstrating what I...

ECT News Business Desk
OpenMFG Offers New ERP Suite for Mac Users
09/15/04 1:27 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 401 Words

... a provider of open-standards-based enterprise technology for small manufacturers and distributors, today announced the general release of its enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite for Mac OS X . The OpenMFG ERP Suite is a next-generation, Internet-enabled and fully integrated client-server ERP application.

The...

Jennifer LeClaire
Open Source, BI and ERP: A Match Made in Heaven?
03/22/06 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1306 Words

Now, an an increasing number of firms are looking into the possibility of mission-critical Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, according to analysts.

Experimenting, Embracing
ERP is an information system that integrates all departments and functions across a company...

Erika Morphy
ERP Systems are Underutilized, Survey Says
06/06/06 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 425 Words

... are still not fully utilizing one of their largest and most familiar IT investments -- their ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems -- suggests a new study by performance management firm Ventana Research. At face value, this may seem surprising; companies typically invest...

Katherine Noyes
Startup Certifies Open Source ERP Software for Leopard
11/29/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 620 Words

... , a startup maker of open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) software , announced Wednesday that it has certified its OpenMFG and PostBooks software products for use on Apple's new Mac OS X Leopard operating system . The products are advanced ERP software solutions...

Lesley Hensell
Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft Wage Three-Way War for ERP
09/22/03 3:46 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 950 Words

... a few years ago, hundreds of software vendors and thousands of consultants were battling for enterprises' ERP (enterprise resource planning) dollars. Whether business was booming or belts were tightening, the cost savings companies could gain by implementing ERP systems created a robust...

Jeffrey M. Kaplan
The Maturation of the Cloud ERP Market
08/05/16 10:01 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 524 Words

Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite is a clear indication that the rapid adoption of cloud alternatives to traditional on-premises applications is shifting from front-office customer relationship management to back-office enterprise resource planning solutions. Now, the question will be whether Oracle can buy its way into a...

Erika Morphy
New Dynamics Tools Extend ERP via Microsoft Office
03/12/07 11:38 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 453 Words

Microsoft is introducing a number of productivity tools to its Dynamics product line that should extend ERP (enterprise resource planning) functionality and data throughout the enterprise using the familiar user interface (UI) and productivity tools in the Microsoft Office system . This release...

Erika Morphy
ERP Should Pay for Itself in a Year: Q&A With xTuple CEO Ned Lilly
06/29/09 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1036 Words

... universe of enterprise resource planning providers is huge; ditto for open source . The space where twain meet? Not so much. xTuple is an open source ERP provider, and CEO Ned Lilly says there are few fellow travelers on his company's path. In this...

Keith Regan
PeopleSoft Sued for 'Faulty' ERP Rollout
03/31/04 8:41 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 480 Words

... state of Ohio is suing software maker PeopleSoft , seeking up to US$510 million in damages and costs because of what it calls a faulty installation of the company's enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications at Cleveland State University. The lawsuit charges PeopleSoft with breach...

Jack M. Germain
Openbravo Maps a Shortcut to ERP Implementation
09/02/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 534 Words

Openbravo announced on Tuesday its next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) product, called "QuickStart," an alternative to the company's generally more labor-intensive community package . QuickStart represents a change in strategy for Openbravo. Unlike the ERP product that bears the company's name, QuickStart is not open...

Erika Morphy
Microsoft Dynamics ERP Is Bound for Azure Glory
03/26/12 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 443 Words

Microsoft is stepping up its cloud strategy , with the announcement that it will port its Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning software to Windows Azure this year. The company outlined plans for the transition at Convergence 2012, held last week in Houston.

Dynamics NAV...

Erika Morphy
ERP: Back to Double-Digit Growth
10/16/06 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 538 Words

... in the enterprise resource planning market may have paused during the 2001-2002 recession, but it is now back to a steady pace, according to a new AMR Research report . The consulting firm found that total ERP market revenue grew to more than US$25...

Richard Adhikari
Cloud Partner Program Aims to Replace ERP
09/22/17 2:17 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 610 Words

The company aims to build out its partner ecosystem to deploy an end-to-end management service for omnichannel retailers as an alternative to traditional enterprise resource planning systems.

Brightpearl is seeking technology providers specializing in commerce, EDI (electronic data interchange), accounting, POS (point of sale),...

Manel Sarasa
Open Source: Smallville Becomes Metropolis
08/08/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1202 Words

ERP and the Open Source Solution
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an attractive marketplace for any software developer . The global ERP applications market -- excluding professional implementation services, which could easily double or triple the figure -- grew by...

Alison Diana
Hewlett-Packard's Nick Vanderzweep on Virtualization
12/16/04 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 3831 Words

The VP of manufacturing would own the ERP [enterprise resource planning] system and all the infrastructure and people that manage that environment. Various different VPs have budgets, have bought infrastructure and have hired people to manage that infrastructure. What we're proposing here as...

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