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Examples of Microsoft .NET Enablement
SYSPRO and Epicor are examples of .NET-enabled legacy software systems that have partly been componentized (rewritten), with

disruptive technology examples  upgrades of the past disruptive technology advents. This should, in principle, allow companies to protect existing investments and add new functionality that can be reasonably easily designed, built, deployed, accessed and combined with existing Web services and syndicated across division, company, and geographic boundaries. Read More
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Technology Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service
Hardware maintenance can represent a significant information technology cost, but options for managing that cost exist. If you analyze hardware maintenance

disruptive technology examples  significant contracts is too disruptive to the operations of both the service provider and the client. However, bidding out contracts every two to three years ensures competition and keeps the organization abreast of changes in the marketplace. Develop Service Strategies Based on the analysis of its current maintenance picture, the organization should determine what strategies to pursue. The enterprise analysis could result in strategies that generate cost reductions that are realized within a short time Read More
Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times--A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Four: RFID Software Issues
Logically, radio frequency identification (RFID) deployment will be a far cry from a minor development project that can be completed in a few months or weeks

disruptive technology examples  the manufacturer is too disruptive for most companies to implement. Challenges Nonetheless, with many software and hardware giants putting their weight behind RFID, the technology has the potential of becoming mainstream. Numerous manufacturers have indeed justified and implemented RFID based on their own internal needs. However, to that end, enterprises will have to build an RFID infrastructure that can be used across their businesses where there are still many issues that need to be addressed by Read More
CRM: Out of the box? Or outside the box?
Everything can change without notice in your relationships with prospects and customers, and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions should be flexible

disruptive technology examples  easy and reduces its disruptive effects to the minimum. Customer-centric or not, every company generates information about its customers that may be used by any department of the company—e.g., invoicing for accounting, customer feedback for product development, sales performance for incentives and compensation management, etc. Traditionally, CRM solutions did not offer functionality that would allow companies to use CRM data in any department other than sales and marketing. Also, functionality that was Read More
SAP HANA: A Fast Developing “Toddler” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed a snapshot of the SAP HANA offerings’ achievements at the time of the product’s first anniversary in June 2012. SAP is now a

disruptive technology examples  SAP HANA is a disruptive technology, the “disruptive” nature cuts both ways – not only helping  SAP dismay any competitors that might be caught flat-footed, but also causing some anxiety and inevitable, perhaps painful, changes within SAP’s partner ecosystem and professional services. To discuss the disruptive nature of the technology, I had a chance to sit down with SAP’s product experts at the recently held SAPPHIRE NOW 2012 conference and ask them the following questions: PJ : Will there be Read More
Top 5 Trends in HR Technology
Recession or not, innovation in HR technology continues to grow—altering the way people work. While there are many new solutions available, here are a few that

disruptive technology examples  5 Trends in HR Technology Over the last decade, the face of human resources (HR) has changed dramatically. What was once a seemingly low-priority department has now become an integral part the organization—and its bottom line. Today, HR is all about the understanding that maintaining a positive and productive work environment is good for business. Accomplishing this more-than-ideal scenario can seem difficult because many organizations don't understand what is required. So, how can today's businesses Read More
Securing Top Talent: Finding and Retaining Highly Skilled Technology Professionals
Today, highly skilled technology professionals should not only be able to handle day-to-day technology needs, but also understand their company’s business to

disruptive technology examples  Top Talent: Finding and Retaining Highly Skilled Technology Professionals Today, highly skilled technology professionals should not only be able to handle day-to-day technology needs, but also understand their company’s business to the extent that they can solve problems and bring new ideas to the table. You can nurture such talent by hiring for cultural fit, exposing people to the broader business and, above all, breaking down silos. Find out how. Read More
Aspen Technology Signs Pact with PWC
Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced a strategic alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP that will help link Aspen's process simulation, control and

disruptive technology examples  Technology Signs Pact with PWC Aspen Technology Signs Pact with PWC S. McVey - December 17th, 1999 Event Summary Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced a strategic alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to implement Aspentech solutions in the refining, petrochemicals, chemicals, polymers, life sciences and specialty chemicals, semiconductor, and consumer packaged goods industries. The partners expect to leverage PWC's implementation expertise for use in integrating data from Aspen's Read More
Engate Technology


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InetSoft Technology
Founded in 1996, InetSoft Technology Corporation provides business intelligence (BI) solutions and services to companies in a variety of industries. The

disruptive technology examples  Technology Founded in 1996, InetSoft Technology Corporation provides business intelligence (BI) solutions and services to companies in a variety of industries. The InetSoft team hails from world-renowned organizations such as Bell Laboratories and Goldman Sachs. InetSoft's customer list includes companies in the entertainment, financial, health care, pharmaceutical, technology, and manufacturing industries, as well as local and national government organizations. InetSoft is headquartered in Read More
Business Objects Outguns Brio Technology in Patent Dispute
On September 13, Business Objects and Brio Technology announced that they had settled a patent infringement suit. Brio technology will be forced to pay an

disruptive technology examples  Objects Outguns Brio Technology in Patent Dispute Event Summary SAN JOSE, Sept 13 /Business Wire/ -- Business Objects (NASDAQ: BOBJ) and Brio Technology (NASDAQ: BRYO) today announced the settlement of their pending patent litigation involving Business Objects' United States patent number 5,555,403 entitled Relational Database Access System Using Semantically Dynamic Objects. Under the agreement, the detailed terms of which are confidential: -- Brio acknowledges the validity of Business Read More
Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices
Food and beverage manufacturers rely on information technology to meet market demands. However, food is one market where most enterprise applications show a

disruptive technology examples  Flaws and Technology Choices Defining Application Requirements and Fatal Flaws Following the analyses presented in prior notes, it is difficult to imagine a food and beverage manufacturer of any size meeting the demands of the business without some use of information technology (IT), since enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), warehouse management systems (WMS), and much more are required to compete. Part Seven of the series Food and Beverage Delights. For more Read More
Celerant Technology Corp.
Celerant Technology@s Omni-Channel solutions expertly manage all aspects of a retail operation and are designed to ensure that your business runs smoothly

disruptive technology examples  Technology Corp. Celerant Technology’s Omni-Channel solutions expertly manage all aspects of a retail operation and are designed to ensure that your business runs smoothly and efficiently. Celerant software provides Point of Sale, Inventory Management, Warehousing, CRM, Analytics, Accounting, E-Commerce, Mobile Commerce, and Mail Order/Catalog all in one real-time system. Celerant Technology is headquartered in Staten Island, New York (US), with additional US offices in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Read More
International Technology Group
International Technology Group (ITG) is a research and management consulting firm. Its focuses include IT investment strategy, infrastructure studies, financial

disruptive technology examples  Technology Group International Technology Group (ITG) is a research and management consulting firm. Its focuses include IT investment strategy, infrastructure studies, financial analysis, and deployment tactics. Read More

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