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Transenterprises - The Emerging Business Model of the Twenty First Century
During the last two decades, many of the old vertically integrated enterprise/empires have splintered into numerous core-competency-focused firms, loosely bound

wall street protests  just throw over the wall their chip logic requirements to ASIC designers who would worry about the chip layout, who could then throw it over the wall to the foundry to worry about production and yields. However, as chips move to smaller and smaller geometries (with individual elements only a few atoms across) it has been forcing all the players in the chain to integrate their design, production, and test efforts much more tightly. They are being forced by physics to make significant investments and Read More
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The Product Development and Portfolio Management Knowledge Base covers the execution processes of new product development projects and programs, including phase-gate processes. It also addresses...
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Chatting with TradeStone Software @ NRF BIG Retail Shows - Part 2
Part 1 of this series introduced the conundrum that retailers (especially those in the areas of fashion and apparel) encounter in the realms of design, sourcing

wall street protests  infrastructure. As you know, Wall Street has been hounding retailers to discuss what they’re doing around cycle time reductions and global sourcing--two areas where we have deep domain expertise and proven results with some of the largest retailers in the world. The ROI for our technology had board level visibility from both a margin improvement and market expansion perspective. From a functionality play, our PLM, Global Sourcing, and Order Management functionality supported retailers as they looked to Read More
Microsoft Windows Me -- The Millennium DOES Begin in 2001
Windows Me, the operating system formerly known as Millennium Edition (TOSFKAME), will eliminate support for many networks. And it’s running late. La plus ça

wall street protests  Windows Me -- The Millennium DOES Begin in 2001 Event Summary Windows Me, the operating system formerly known as Millennium Edition (TOSFKAME), will eliminate support for many networks. And it's running late. La plus a change [CNet] March 15, 2000 - Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has dropped support for some networking technology from its upcoming Windows Me consumer operating system in a move analysts say is intended to nudge customers to the company's more lucrative Windows 2000 software. Windows Me, f Read More
Latest Developments for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider
Rimini Street is not trying to be a software vendor. Rather, the third party support and maintenance provider is a focused system implementation and consulting

wall street protests  Developments for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider Rimini Street, a successful third party provider of support and maintenance (S&M), has managed to establish a growing client base for its service lines in a relatively short time. For more information on Rimini Street, please see part one of this series Is There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider? In December 2006, Rimini Street announced delivery of its year-end processing pa Read More
What Are the Support and Maintenance Options?
Enterprise software licensees do have a choice when it comes to software support and maintenance (S&M) providers, with several, less expensive options existing

wall street protests  software support and maintenance,enterprise applications,software licensing,on demand,software as a service,SaaS,information technology,IT,maintenance fees,third party service providers,open source software,maintenance agreement,help desk,reconfigure option,legacy software Read More
Social CRM-¡Viva la Revolución!
Customer relationship management (CRM) has had a great impact on the social media revolution. Or was it the other way around? Of the many types of software

wall street protests  Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street events, encouraged engagement between individuals with similar interests across the world, etc. Consider these statements from a popular social media channel: “Here’s what I read: . . .”                 “My new [brand name] phone is awful!”                 “Going to watch ‘Breathless.’ Anybody in?” What overarching feeling do you think people are left with? For businesses, this means waves of hard-to-control customer information. Read More
A Mid-Winter's Nightmare: Economic Notes for the Winter Holiday Season
The US is the largest debtor nation in the world, with the largest per capita consumption of energy, and its currency is in decline. Does that mean a decline

wall street protests  daily alerts from The Wall Street Journal : TOP ASIAN NEWS From The Wall Street Journal Asian stock markets closed mostly higher, with the key index rising in Tokyo and hitting a new high in Australia. Hong Kong shares soared on gains in the property sector. TOP EUROPEAN NEWS From The Wall Street Journal European stocks moved higher Wednesday as worries ease about the outlook for corporate profits. This article is from Parallax View, ChainLink Research's on-line magazine, read by over 150,000 supply chain Read More
Legal Considerations in E-commerce
Doing business on the Internet can involve some tricky legal issues. This article will help you understand the kinds of information you need to provide to your

wall street protests  Considerations in E-commerce Legal Considerations in E-Commerce Anthony E. Perkins, Esq. and Dennis P. Geller, Ph.D. December 9th, 1999 Guest Analyst: Anthony E. Perkins is an Attorney and a Principal with TechVentures Group, LLC., a business advisory group focused on technology-oriented businesses and ventures seeking expert assistance and information on starting, growing, selling, merging or financing their companies. Can They Do That? I sent them an e-mail and the next time I looked at their Read More
Servigistics and MCA Solutions Join Forces on


wall street protests  seem to hit a wall and can no longer grow fast enough at some stage, so they must be acquired (or flipped in terms of their owners). Therefore, the onus is on Servigistics to execute its growth well and find new expansion alleys, and perhaps become the next PTC or Dassault Systemes of the SLM space. What Could Pure-play Vendors Do? Incidentally, generally speaking, I wonder whether all best-of-breed software companies who want to remain independent should plan for “creative destruction” and Read More
Lawson Software: Self-Evidently Thriving on Innovations
Lawson's continual investment in R&D delivers innovative products, often in advance of much larger competitors. Increasing competition from larger vendors with

wall street protests  held and independent of Wall Street pressures has allowed the company to direct its investments for developing its desired core competencies (e.g., over 200 employees, a number unrivaled by much larger ERP players, are dedicated to developing the product for the healthcare industry). Lawson has displayed a focus on product quality and customer satisfaction in its mission statement: 'to get one client (at a time) and keep it forever'. The company achieved an enviable customer retention rate of 96% (its Read More
Gateway & AOL Follow Crusoe’s Footprints
Gateway & AOL have selected Transmeta’s Crusoe processors for its next generation of Internet access appliances, which we’re calling “iPliances.” Some of them

wall street protests  & AOL Follow Crusoe’s Footprints Gateway & AOL Follow Crusoe's Footprints C. McNulty - June 13, 2000 Event Summary SAN DIEGO and SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 30 -- Gateway has selected the Transmeta Crusoe smart processor to power the first of its new line of network-ready Internet Appliances (IAs) that it is developing with America Online, Inc. The Crusoe processor is ideally suited to IAs and handheld devices because it offers sharply extended battery life, smaller size and lower operating Read More
New Plan, 13% Layoffs, Mark Concur’s Third Quarter Disappointment
Concur Technologies announced its expected Q2 revenues. Its reaction to the inevitable disappointment has been more than trimming – plastic surgery might be a

wall street protests  numbers are lower than Wall Street analyst estimates. Further, the company's loss is now expected to be larger than analyst estimates of 70 cents per share (approximately $17.5 million). By comparison, Concur's Q2 revenues were $10.8 million with a net loss of $19.3 million. In a press release announcing these predictions the company blamed its woes on its transition to a new operating model and on special charges associated with a workforce reduction of 13% -- 68 employees. The new operating model, to Read More
SAP, PeopleSoft Earnings Look Brighter; ERP Strikes Back
On January 7, taking many by surprise, enterprise software giant SAP pre-announced fourth quarter earnings, saying pre-tax earnings had doubled the final

wall street protests  rose 25%, well above Wall Street estimates. However, SAP did not break down the revenue among geographies or product lines. SAP has heavily invested in its mySAP.com Internet-based software system but there is no evidence it is contributing to the surge in software sales. Meanwhile, PeopleSoft also pre-announced a strong fourth quarter, saying it expects to beat Wall Street estimates. Earnings from recurring operations are expected to be two to four cents a share. PeopleSoft's license revenue is expected Read More
Is There a Panacea for Enterprise Software Pricing Yet?
While enterprise applications are becoming a commodity, their pricing schemes have yet to follow suit. Users are put in a costly position where the

wall street protests  based on an excessive wall-to-wall, all you can eat functional scope. The accompanying implementation service, post-implementation service, and support and maintenance services also add to the pot. These are all are priced as a percentage (and more often multiples) of the software license fees. However, from the user perspective, there is a fitting analogy: in one trip to the store, no one will ever buy a lifetime's worth of snacks and coffee. We are selective, and over the course of a lifetime, we Read More
Rimini Street: Third-party ERP Support Is an Idea Whose Time Has Come
What has made Rimini Street a leader in the third-party enterprise software service and maintenance (S&M) cottage industry? TEC principal analyst P.J

wall street protests  Street: Third-party ERP Support Is an Idea Whose Time Has Come What has made Rimini Street a leader in the third-party enterprise software service and maintenance (S&M) cottage industry? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic offers up some reasons and speaks with Rimini Street’s senior VP Dave Rowe on the company’s winning product and service line capabilities and future moves, and gets Dave’s interesting perspective on the need for and explosive growth of third-party support. Read More

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