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Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and product offerings while remaining constantly profitable. However, the net income has declined 25% compared to fiscal 1999.

PACE SOFTWARE: Executes At a Slower Pace Navision Executes At a Slower Pace P.J. Jakovljevic - October 26, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - October 26, 2000 Event Summary In September, Navision Software a/c (CSE: NAVI.CO), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, released annual report for fiscal 2000 that ended on June 30, 2000 (See Figures 1 and 2). Navision Software achieved 36.8% annual revenue growth in fiscal 2000. Navision Software s solutions are sold exclusively through
10/26/2000

Case Study: Croxley Stationery
New Zealand-based stationery manufacturer Croxley was on a strong growth path, but a fragmented IT environment was struggling to keep pace with the company’s growth plans. While finding an integrated system was mandatory, it was equally important to find a solution tailored to the manufacturing industry. After an on-time, on-budget implementation, Croxley benefits in many ways from the new solution, PRONTO-Xi. Learn more.

PACE SOFTWARE: was struggling to keep pace with the company’s growth plans. While finding an integrated system was mandatory, it was equally important to find a solution tailored to the manufacturing industry. After an on-time, on-budget implementation, Croxley benefits in many ways from the new solution, PRONTO-Xi. Learn more. Case Study: Croxley Stationery style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Inventory Management,   Manufacturing
3/31/2009 1:42:00 PM

Successful Mergers and Acquisitions
With the frenetic pace of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) showing no sign of abating, nearly every chief information officer (CIO) today must at some point grapple with the enormous challenges of integrating acquired companies. But too often success eludes the merged companies—with IT getting part of the blame. Find out how to avoid common M&A pitfalls and achieve rapid, highly effective post-merger integration.

PACE SOFTWARE: Description: With the frenetic pace of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) showing no sign of abating, nearly every chief information officer (CIO) today must at some point grapple with the enormous challenges of integrating acquired companies. But too often success eludes the merged companies—with IT getting part of the blame. Find out how to avoid common M&A pitfalls and achieve rapid, highly effective post-merger integration. Successful Mergers and Acquisitions style= border-width:0px; />  
10/24/2008 1:20:00 PM

Manhattan Associates Completes Second Quarter On Record Pace
Atlanta-based supply chain execution (SCE) software vendor Manhattan Associates announces its second fiscal quarter results.

PACE SOFTWARE: Second Quarter On Record Pace Manhattan Associates Completes Second Quarter On Record Pace Steve McVey - August 15, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - August 15, 2000 Event Summary Manhattan Associates celebrated a record second quarter with license revenues reaching an all-time high of $5.7 million and services/resale hardware topping $28.9 million. Total revenue of $34.6 million is an increase of 22% from the first quarter of fiscal 2000 and an increase of 75% from the second quarter of fiscal 1999. The
8/15/2000

ERP for Green Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing
Manufacturers are under pressure to document their impact on the environment. This white paper addresses the various drivers for the green supply chain trend. It also shares considerations for satisfying a customer’s green supply chain initiative or initiating your own. Finally, it discusses the role of enterprise software like enterprise resource planning (ERP) in keeping pace with this industry trend.

PACE SOFTWARE: planning (ERP) in keeping pace with this industry trend. ERP for Green Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Supply Chain Management (SCM) Related Keywords:   IFS,   erp,   supply chain,   sustainable,   energy efficient,   erp system,   sustainable design,   green technology,   enterprise resource planning,   supply chain procurement,   green construction,   erp crm,  
9/3/2010 9:34:00 AM

IBM Firewall Discontinued
IBM plans to discontinue development and support of its AS/400 firewall and is referring existing customers to Axent, Checkpoint, and Cisco.

PACE SOFTWARE: Impact Due to the pace at which security technology is changing, and the need for layered approaches to security, unless security is a vendor s core competency, it s hard to keep up. Having accepted the fact that their core competency is not firewalls, IBM will be referring firewall customers Axent, Checkpoint, and Cisco. This means new customer opportunities for Axent, Checkpoint, and Cisco, as well as any other firewall vendors savvy enough to reach into IBM s firewall customer give-away basket. User
3/13/2000

Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame
Though the security market has been exploding, Network Associates, Inc. (NAI) will likely post a loss for FY'99. However, don't expect the security monolith to be down for the count. Year 2000 will be a better year. The momentum of the market will add enough spark to NAI's new corporate strategy to ignite a profitability flame and help it regain its stance.

PACE SOFTWARE: has unfortunately not kept pace with the fast-changing customer requirements of the 21st century. Though PGP is the original, and perhaps the most widely used e-mail encryption software available worldwide, it has failed to capitalize on its technically sound cryptographic architecture - a trend that is often the case with a product that starts out freeware. Though Phil Zimmerman, the creator of PGP, and now a Senior Fellow at Network Associates, is clearly a pioneer in his field, we believe that PGP
4/17/2000

BPM Technology Taxonomy: A Guided Tour to the Application of BPM
As modern enterprises grow in complexity and scope, managers struggle to keep pace. Business process management (BPM) is increasingly seen as a way to master the swelling complexity of modern corporations and coordinate the work of thousands of people by focusing on well-defined processes. Find out how BPM, applied the right way, can fulfill the promise of IT to automate business processes and directly support strategy.

PACE SOFTWARE: managers struggle to keep pace. Business process management (BPM) is increasingly seen as a way to master the swelling complexity of modern corporations and coordinate the work of thousands of people by focusing on well-defined processes. Find out how BPM, applied the right way, can fulfill the promise of IT to automate business processes and directly support strategy. BPM Technology Taxonomy: A Guided Tour to the Application of BPM style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related
6/2/2009 4:15:00 PM

Research Note: CRM Technology Value Matrix—First Half 2012
Many companies are evaluating additions, upgrades, and changes to their core CRM solutions because of the innovations vendors are driving in areas such as social collaboration, mobile access, and analytics. In turn, vendors are accelerating the pace of upgrades and new functionality delivery. The Technology Value Matrix evaluates the usability and functionality of solutions that support sales, marketing, and customer service. Get details.

PACE SOFTWARE: vendors are accelerating the pace of upgrades and new functionality delivery. The Technology Value Matrix evaluates the usability and functionality of solutions that support sales, marketing, and customer service. Get details. Research Note: CRM Technology Value Matrix—First Half 2012 style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Field Sales,   Field Service Management,   Marketing Automation,   Partnership Management,   Sales Force Automation (SFA),   Mobile
7/4/2013 12:00:00 PM

ERP in the Midmarket 2009: Managing the Complexities of a Distributed Environment
Whether a company is trying to move its performance in enterprise resource planning from laggard to industry average, or industry average to best-in-class, this white paper reviews the benchmarks of success and the necessary steps to help spur performance improvements.

PACE SOFTWARE: enterprise resource planning,   PACE framework,   best-in-class strategies,   ditributed environment Source: itelligence, Inc Learn more about itelligence, Inc Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 CRM Buyer s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises Mobile Is the New Face of Engagement Big Data, Mobility, and Green IT: Innovations for Manufacturers and Distributors Quality Management Acronym-Related White Papers:
3/25/2011 11:48:00 AM

Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, RevisitedPart Two: 1990s--Enterprise Resource Planning
Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions became synonymous with competitive advantage, particularly throughout the 1990's. Customers were demanding to have their products delivered when, where, and how they wanted them. Companies were therefore compelled to develop and embrace the philosophies of just in time (JIT) and closer supplier partnerships as a way to remain competitive.

PACE SOFTWARE: using technology. The changing pace of technology had once again leveraged forward the planning and control systems in recognition of a real business need. In addition, unlike previous evolutions, the ERP software vendors offered these critical business applications also to non-manufacturing companies, which sell know-how rather than physical products. ERP is far more than just MRPII which runs on a client/server architecture , given it encompasses all the resource planning for the enterprise including
4/1/2004


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