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Global Trade Regulatory Software: Vendor Obstacles and User Recommendations
The acquisition of Vastera by JPMorgan Chase indicates that finance in GTM is just as important as the physical movement of goods. However, there are still a number of issues that need to be reconciled or at least addressed

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: shipment is processed from point of origin to final point of receipt. However, while this technology (like most other IT tools, for that matter) can provide critical assistance, it will not replace import and export savvies, and will not eliminate the need for freight forwarders and customs brokers. Now that the US laws shift responsibility and risk related to customs compliance to the importer, human experience and expertise may even become more important than ever, to manage financial decisions or to

Oracle s Product Future: What Can the Past Tell?
Oracle does not have a history of major acquisitions, let alone experience with the subsequent integration efforts. Run by a management team that has never maneuvered a company through a large takeover, will Oracle be capable of digesting PeopleSoft?

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: continued its acquisitions of point products into the 2000s. (See Oracle Buys Carleton Corporation to Enhance Warehouse Offering , etc.) TopLink was acquired from WebGain in 2002, adding an object-relational mapping layer to the Oracle Application Server , and Indicast became the voice services component. Then, in 2001 3Cube s on-line collaboration software became part of the Oracle iMeeting product. Further, in 2002, Stetlor s Corporate Time product became Oracle Calendar , a part of the Oracle

Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts
A recent survey of chief executive officers has found that growth is again the number one priority, overtaking cost-cutting as their previous top concern. Can enterprise application providers to take advantage of this new focus?

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts Achieving Growth: New Accounts versus Up-selling to Existing Accounts Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - April 21, 2005 Read Comments Observation of Recent Events The enterprise application software industry has historically been characterized by the quest for new accounts. However, as market penetration increased, opportunities for new accounts lessened. Now many vendors are betting on the replacement market to serve as their new

RFID in Healthcare--A Whole Industry of Value
This article talks about recent and expected FDA regulations and how RFID can help meet those requirements while improving supply chain performance.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: RFID in Healthcare--A Whole Industry of Value RFID in Healthcare--A Whole Industry of Value Lucy West - October 20, 2004 Read Comments Introduction The FDA is not only responsible for the protection of citizens and consumers, but also is an active partner with industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, etc., in pursuit of industry best practices. $49 billion of imports of pharmaceuticals enter this country every year. The pressure is on from consumers and industry to protect their own

Dell, IBM in $6B Services Deal
Dell Computer Corp. and IBM Corp. announced that IBM will provide service and support for Dell PCs and servers.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: June, 1998. (Until that point, Digital had been Dell s service provider.) This announcement will not increase overall market growth, but it will allow Dell to present itself more completely as a full-service PC/server vendor, as well as to compete more effectively against Compaq. Companies that were able to play against Dell s weaker service offering (especially in the server market) will now find themselves at a disadvantage. Dell is also building on the alliance it formed with IBM in March, a move

What s Wrong with Application Software? It s the Economics
Enterprise architecture is a technology problem, not the business problem. The business problem is time, money, and quality. Focusing on modifications as an example, the reason that modifications are bad is that they take too long, cost too much, and often have quality issues.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: the realities of that point in time. Most have also done a good job of evolving their enterprise architecture to address evolving needs and the availability of new technologies. But evolution does have limits, no matter how brilliant the architects or much money is spent. The limits come from a number of decisions, well made at the time, that are now not practical or even impossible to change. At the root of the problem is the underlying enterprise architecture of application software. However, the

IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service
IFS invested heavily in both product development and worldwide growth infrastructure for a few years, now with that infrastructure in place, the company’s financial position has improved. This balancing of expenditures to promote global growth and improved cash flow has long been IFS’ mixed blessing conundrum. As the bigger vendors will intensify their mid-market aspirations, IFS continues to increase its marketshare worldwide, particularly in mid-market.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service P.J. Jakovljevic - July 2, 2002 Read Comments IFS To Be At Customers (Web) Service P.J. Jakovljevic - July 2, 2002 Event Summary At the end of May, IFS AB (XSSE:IFS), a Sweden-based global mid-market enterprise applications vendor, announced that its latest product release, IFS Applications 2002 , which was launched at the beginning of the year under the slogan Packaged for Payback , includes full support for XML-based Web

Fujitsu Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia s ComebackPart Two: Fujitsu s Support of Glovia
As a result of its commitment and investment in Glovia as a strategic catalyst for Fujitsu's global growth and a vanguard to globalize Fujitsu's software and service business division, Fujitsu elevated Glovia to a business unit from a mere business group level in 2003.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: a few years of disappointing results, Glovia was fully acquired by major shareholder Fujitsu from the UK-based, former MDIS (now Northgate ) in February 2000 (see GLOVIA to be Resuscitated (Hopefully) ). Fujitsu Support of Glovia After several years of focusing on the manufacturing and field service-oriented, upper mid-market as the Chess division of former MDIS, Glovia as a part of Fujitsu has since produced a plan for launching its comeback attempt, which is built on its sharp focus and expertise

Your ERP System is Up and Running-Now What?
Congratulations! In your role as middle market CEO, COO, CFO, or CIO you fought the good fight and sponsored your company's ERP project. First you survived the ERP software selection process. Then you lived through the boot-camp tough implementation phase.So your ERP system is up and running-now what?

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: Ownership here. The key point is that new management challenges emerge after your ERP system goes live. Your company will continue to incur system-related costs and management time demands. When it comes to your ERP system, you can t just set it and forget it. The good news is that most of these challenges can be met with common sense and proven procedures. The bad news is that day-to-day time pressures prevent these procedures from being followed in many companies. Now that you have survived the ERP

Lilly Software Visualizes Its eBusiness Offering, NOW. Part 2: Market Impact
Lilly believes that, with the opportunity to implement the application either through an integrated module within the VISUAL product suite or via Lilly's new ASP option, manufacturers and distributors can easily get started with their e-business initiatives.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: systems. From the technology standpoint, the company has long supported Microsoft s technologies (COM/DNA, ODBC and Office 2000), with a recent embracing and move to Microsoft .NET architecture framework. Its products support almost all relevant databases (SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2/400) and operational systems (NT, Unix and OS/400) platforms. Earlier this year, the company launched its portal product, called LSAGateway.com . The offering provides access to the Knowledge Center, a customer-support p

Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions
Hype has been a major factor in the recent downfall of some of the enterprise application industry's most illustrious players. This article presents some very simple things that you can do to prevent yourself and your company from being tomorrow's lead story in the industry trades.

POINT OF SALE REVIEW: would be out there PowerPointing their way to the next quarter s sales goal or the big IPO. Two of the reasons for that hype are the vast number of competitors that are transforming what were differentiated solutions into commodities and the pressures felt by the publicly held companies to deliver numbers aligning to Wall Street expectations. Consider these examples of how serious the hype has become that IT management is facing: A sales team employed by a publicly held ERP provider surreptitiously coded

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