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Do You Want Your Apps to Talk Back to You (as a Chatterbox)? - Part 1
Let me start this blog series with one disclaimer: I am not an early adopter and I do not easily fall for any vendor’s slick marketing. At a recent large

me n eds  - Part 1 Let me start this blog series with one disclaimer: I am not an  early adopter  and I do not easily fall for any vendor’s slick marketing. At a recent large user conference, a vendor’s staffer asked me why I wasn’t already using  an iPad tablet computer . That question cracked me up, since I still use an  Apple ’s discontinued iBook  notebook  (besides the fact that I might only start using the latest  tablet  bestseller when it begins to feature  computer multi-tasking , an Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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How Charismatic Is Your ERP System?
While conducting “research” for another project, I stumbled across Max Weber’s notion of classification of authority, which was news to me, as is most serious

me n eds  which was news to me, as is most serious Western thought. According to Weber, there are three types of authority: 1. Charismatic 2. Traditional 3. Legal Weber defined charismatic authority as being derived primarily from, well, charisma, or personal magnetism. Examples of leaders that embody charismatic authority include Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Adolf Hitler, and Mahatma Gandhi. As for traditional authority , Weber defined this as a type of authority exemplified by the “handing down,” or Read More...
How Can Business Intelligence Benefit Small to Medium Businesses?
Research shows that the number one software solution that small to medium businesses plan to purchase in the coming year is business intelligence (BI). Download

me n eds  is Lyndsay Wise. With me today is Todd Rowe. Todd Rowe is the vice president and general manager for the worldwide mid-market division at Business Objects . With Todd, we will be discussing what business intelligence [BI] is, and how and why it can benefit small and midsized companies. Lyndsay Wise: Hi Todd, welcome to the show. Todd Rowe: Thank you. LW: What is business intelligence, and how can it benefit small and midsized companies specifically? TR: Good question. So, what is business intelligence Read More...
Are Spend Management (or SRM) Apps Suited for the Mid-market? - Part 1
My previous blog entry about procurement commandments in a down economy also made me think about whether there are different priorities for the chief

me n eds  down economy also made me think about whether there are different priorities for the chief procurement officer (CPO) during prosperous economic times. Or, how different are (or should be) the CPO’s strategies in good versus bad times? Well, the CPO’s fundamental objectives do not change: procure the physical goods and services needed by the company at the best possible mix of price and performance (non-price features). The focus can shift at times from operational streamlining to new product Read More...
Take Me to Your Recruiter: What the Mars Mission Tells Earthlings About Hiring
On May 7th, Mars One announced: “Just two weeks into the nineteen-week application period, more than 78,000 people have applied to the Mars One astronaut

me n eds  Me to Your Recruiter: What the Mars Mission Tells Earthlings About Hiring On May 7th, Mars One announced : “Just two weeks into the nineteen-week application period, more than 78,000 people have applied to the Mars One astronaut selection program in the hope of becoming a Mars settler in 2023.” I cannot recall any other job to have been so sought after, other than President of the United States. Of course, no one can actually trace ‘job applications’ for the presidency, since such jobs imply a Read More...
Can You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management
Although voice-directed picking may take distributors to higher logistics levels someday, operations managers should try listening to their warehouse personnel

me n eds  You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management Can You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management Ren Jones - February 9, 2007 Much to my wife's dismay, television commercials intrigue me. While she wants to mute them, I want to watch them—not just for the laughs, but because they often reflect a version of reality. Who can forget the classic Wendy's commercial with the old woman at the counter yelling, Where's the beef? As a kid, 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

me n eds  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, Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 3
[Editor’s note: Frank is a real person, employed at a real company. However, I’ve changed certain identifying particulars for a variety of reasons. This

me n eds  system. My boss wants me to call SAP now so we can get this ERP system. He’s got it in his head that SAP is the Rolls-Royce of ERP, and that’s why he wants it. And because my paycheck is the only one currently feeding the people who are fond of me, I should probably do what Theodore tells me to do. But committing our company to a six- to seven-figure expense could potentially kill my career deader than it already is. I’m never what you’d call a frontrunner for the continued-employment award, Read More...
CYMA IV Accounting for Windows
CYMAIV Accounting for Windows is a family of accounting software systems designed specifically for Windows users (98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003 Server). The

me n eds  for Windows users (98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003 Server). The software includes the following modules: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, After-The-Fact Payroll (Client Write-Up), Bank Reconciliation, General Ledger, Job Costing, Payroll, Purchase Order, System Manager. Integrated third party add-ons include: State Payroll Forms, MICR Check Package, Crystal Reports, F9. Read More...
Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface, and the platform support. It is going to

me n eds  model (DCOM), and remote method invocation/remote procedure call (RMI/RPC), all of which are predecessors of service-oriented architecture (SOA). Generally, if using a distributed-object architecture allows a customer to write programs that are faster, larger, more powerful, and more robust, then it is definitely worth the effort despite the inevitable challenge of controlling such a dynamic environment with many moving parts. Since customers have been increasingly realizing that architecture plays a key Read More...
Jack Link's Beef Jerky Case Study:
Some companies want the benefits of new technology, such as RFID, on their timetable without a gun loaded with threats of lost customer sales, pointed at their

me n eds  Study: Wal-Mart Didn't Make Me Do It Part One: RFID Philosophy for SMEs and Company Background Introduction Companies have been implementing radio frequency identification (RFID) technology at the not-too-subtle but benign pressures being applied by their largest customers—customers like Wal-Mart , Department of Defense , and Target , just to name a few. This case study looks at one company who did not wait to be dragged into an RFID environment. Its approach and rationale may spur others to take a Read More...
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So, Tell Me a Little Bit About Yourself
If you know nothing about a company, you should be able to figure out the bare essentials by visiting its About Us page, right?Turns out this is only true

me n eds  Tell Me a Little Bit About Yourself If you know nothing about a company, you should be able to figure out the bare essentials by visiting its About Us page, right? Turns out this is only true sometimes. When visiting the Digg website, for example. The first line on Digg’s About page is this: Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web. Neat, huh? One click and sixteen words after visiting the site, you know, in a nutshell, what they do. Read another fifty or so Read More...
Frankie Does ERP, Part 2
[Editor’s note: Frank is not a composite character. He is a real person, employed at a real company. I’ve changed certain identifying particulars at his request

me n eds  the time Theodore calls me into his office, I haven’t got a timeline and plan of action so much as some high-level items I want to work into mano-a-mano viability discussions. In other words, I want to piss him off enough that I stand a chance of getting some clear direction. I launch right into it: 1. Timeline : A minimum of 18 months, factoring for ERP research, evaluation, selection, and implementation phases. 2. Expense : Significant and highly variable. Anecdotal evidence from blog posts and Read More...
Welcome Analyst Sanjeev Pal
It gives me immense pleasure to join the analyst team at TEC.As all of us know, the information technology (IT) landscape is changing rapidly, and the

me n eds  Sanjeev Pal It gives me immense pleasure to join the analyst team at TEC. As all of us know, the information technology (IT) landscape is changing rapidly, and the practices and trends that existed five years ago are considered antiquated today. Further, enterprise software users are being challenged to innovate with existing resources, while both software vendors and end users are facing an increasingly discerning customer base. My main focus at TEC is in the area of innovation and governance systems . Read More...

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