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One Year Later at Deltek: More of the Same (And Then Some More) - Part II
Part I of this blog series explained Deltek’s ebullience despite a hostile and depressed environment. The continued cash-generating operation has been

qui bid  complemented by in-house developments, acquisitions, and partnerships. The previous blog post also talked about the recent developments (and anticipated future developments) at Deltek’s Professional Service line of business, which is largely represented by Deltek Vision [ evaluate this product ]. Parts II & III will analyze the recent developments (and anticipated future developments) at Deltek’s remaining lines of business. Government Contracting (GovCon) Market Deltek has invested in a lot of Read More...
The Practical Realities of Automating ETO Business Processes
Today, engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturers—also known as project-based manufacturers—experience significant market pressure across their sales, engineering

qui bid  these companies, meeting customer requirements entails the quotation and design of brand new components or previously unknown assemblies. According to the ETO Institute''s Web site- ETO companies build unique products designed to customer specifications. Each product requires a unique set of item numbers, bills of material and routings. Estimates and quotations are required to win business. Products are complex with long lead times, typically months or even years. Unlike standard products, the customer is Read More...
Vendors Jostle and Profess Economic Stimulus Readiness - Part I
At Deltek’s Insight 2009 user conference last May, the host software vendor did a notable thing. Namely, besides merely putting on an all-too-common multi

qui bid  in an interesting (and quite advantageous) position. Namely, as a vendor that has long served both the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) marketplace and the  Government Contracting (GovCon)  sector, Deltek believes itself to be at the center of something it calls “accountability and opportunity.” But before I delve into Deltek’s ARRA-oriented offerings, let me first talk about what I learned at the abovementioned  Deltek Insight 2009 track entitled “Stimulus & Beyond Read More...
Maximizing Potential Benefits in Reverse Auctions
Reverse auction (RA) has emerged as a strategic tool for consumer packaged goods companies pursuing cost efficiencies in their sourcing programs. This article

qui bid  material. The logic is quite simple: Vendors start off with a preset initial bid price, and reduce their bids by multiples of the bid decrement value. The vendor with the lowest price at the closure of the auction is generally the order taker. Prior to the auction going live, necessary parameters, such as quantity on auction, designated date and time of auction, initial bid amount, bid decrement, payment terms, and delivery terms, are finalized and communicated to the participating vendors. More often Read More...
The New Manugistics Debuts eBusiness Products
Stockholm-based International Business Systems (IBS) announced it had acquired 90% of Finnish company, Progma OY. Progma is a service provider offering facility

qui bid  order is received. The requisite world map displays the user''s supplier network. Though much of the functionality could be seen as derivative, the new products are a bold leap for Manugistics and could revive its image. User Recommendations So far Manugistics has found three clients for its exchanges, including FreightWise and Canadian Tire Corporation. Clearly, the products are still largely untried. For high profile companies considering an online trading exchange, Manugistics might be willing to offer Read More...
Xchange Adds To The List Of CRM Point Solutions'' Casualties
Xchange''s protracted troubles and its recent inglorious demise and subsequent auctioned sellout may prove the fact that the CRM point providers without a clear

qui bid  and patents to computers, equipment, and office furniture, according to reports. Initially, allegedly over 20 companies expressed interest in buying Xchange''s assets, and in maintaining its products and supporting its customers, including direct competitors Chordiant Software, DoubleClick, SAS and Unica . While marketing management software vendor Unica was initially marked as a very likely buyer of the company, the vendor, however, announced on March 10 that it had elected not to make a bid for the Read More...
What Can Manufacturers Do in a Tough Economy? - Part II
Part I of this blog series outlined the first three suggested

qui bid  terms if feasible.” I quite like this advice (despite falling gas prices of late), and fully agree with it. The offering seems to be the former Manugistics'' transportation management system (TMS) suite. The major product here was NetWORKS Transport , with some of the request for quote (RFQ) and bid management/freight auctioning stuff that Manugistics acquired from Digital Freight in 2002. This also includes modules within the TMS suite like NetWORKS Freight Pay and NetWORKS Routing . In addition, Read More...
ecFood Approaches Profitability - An Internet Trading Exchange Bright Spot
Focused on the sourcing needs of the food and beverage industry, ecFood has announced $50 million in transactions during the first quarter of 2001 with its

qui bid  corn syrup, stretch wrap, liquid sucrose, apple juice, pallets, and diesel fuel. A recent auction for 1.2 million pounds of rice resulted in a savings of 12.3% for one SKU and 10.8% on a second SKU. An auction for navy and pinto beans resulted in bids from 10 suppliers over a half hour bid period and resulted in savings of 15%. Discussions with sellers indicate that they are reaching customers who would be unavailable to them without the use of ecSourcing. Buyers using e-sourcing have included Bordens , Read More...
Good Times for CombineNet, Strategic Sourcing Specialist
Most strategic sourcing software solution vendors nowadays offer spend analysis, contract management, and supplier performance management tools within their

qui bid  and the master company requirements. Read More...
i2 Enlists Honeywell in Process Industry Play
i2 Technologies will join forces with process control system maker Honeywell in a bid to expand its presence in the energy, chemicals, and pharmaceutical

qui bid  companies with complex manufacturing requirements spanning multiple enterprises where flexibility is important, i2 has a proven solution and is willing to take on large, multi-phase projects. Users in markets targeted by the new alliance including chemical, energy, pharmaceutical companies, should probably opt for solutions with demonstrated success such as those of Aspen Technology, at least until i2 and Honeywell can fully define the architectural details of the joint solution and demonstrate that it Read More...
IT Services E-Procurement
E-procurement is not just for goods and material. The market now offers IT services e-procurement solutions that open access to service sources and seek to

qui bid  speed of the service acquisition process. The service supply manager is concerned with leveraging the organization''s total buying power, managing the suppliers, and maximizing the efficiency of the entire service chain. The legal, finance, and human resource functions are most concerned with the administrative aspects of the transaction that fall within their scope of expertise. The sell-side stakeholders include independent professionals, professional service companies and staffing agencies. The Read More...
PeopleSoft - Again A Force To Be Reckoned With?
PeopleSoft is back with a vengeance! During its users conference, Connect, which took place in Los Angeles on October 22-26, it unveiled a slew of new products

qui bid  from the sale of equity securities of $120.1 and product exit costs of $35.9 million. Revenues from software license fees for Q3 2000 increased to $131.5 million, a 100% increase from the same quarter last year (See Figure 1). In fact, all product lines recorded significant increases compared with the same quarter last year. Financial and Human Resource Management applications were up 120%, Supply Chain Management applications up 68%, whereas Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications were up Read More...
Challenges and Future Plans of a Product Inventory Disposition Vendor
Despite FreeFlow''s success at helping organizations regain some margin of profitability for excess inventory, the company still strives for expansion and

qui bid  consumer electronics, telecommunications equipment, and electronics companies. However, the vendor is certainly keen to expand into other areas where a limited product shelf life is a common trait. The best candidates would seemingly be the industrial, apparel, and grocery retail markets. To that end, FreeFlow has recently negotiated a deal with a pest control company, and is designing a promotional site for a supermarket chain in Ireland that will allow franchise holders to view what is available o Read More...
eBay Looking For Sun Block?
The now-infamous 1999 shutdowns of the eBay website has led them to consider alternatives to their current Sun infrastructure.

qui bid  Looking For Sun Block? eBay Looking For Sun Block? R. Krause - May 26, 2000 Event Summary In the wake of last year''s highly publicized, extremely embarrassing outages at their online auction site, eBay has put out for bid a special contract for its infrastructure/back end. The present supplier, Sun Microsystems, is not a shoo-in for the contract, and is expected to face stiff competition in the form of Unix systems from Compaq, HP, and IBM. The main eBay servers are Sun''s E10000 Starfire , their large Read More...
Thinking Radically about Unstructured Data: Interview with Ron Carrière, CEO of Cirilab
Being able to manage unstructured text is no longer a “nice to have,” as companies and individual users alike have to deal with increasing amounts of

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