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Epicor s Vision and Strategy for Cloud ERP » The TEC Blog
Avalara  (sales tax automation), Insite Software (business-to-business [B2B] e-commerce), Convey (tax reporting), Village Green Global (energy reporting and carbon accounting), emarketingsaas.com (e-mail marketing and surveys), and TIE Kinetix (electronic data interchange [EDI]). The option to transition from cloud to on-premise, or vice versa, will also be available (some smaller customers may prefer to move from cloud to on-premise as their business grows). In order to extend its ERP cloud offering to

INSITU: AppFabric, Avalara, Cloud, Convey, data collection, distribution, document storage, emarketingsaas.com, enterprise resource planning, Epicor, epicor 9, Epicor Express Edition, ERP, financials, Insite Software, Manufacturing, multi tenant, paas, SaaS, SaaS ERP, shipping, Software as a Service, SQL Azure, TIE Kinetix, Village Green Global, Windows Azure, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
18-05-2012

Epicor s Vision and Strategy for Cloud ERP » The TEC Blog
Avalara  (sales tax automation), Insite Software (business-to-business [B2B] e-commerce), Convey (tax reporting), Village Green Global (energy reporting and carbon accounting), emarketingsaas.com (e-mail marketing and surveys), and TIE Kinetix (electronic data interchange [EDI]). The option to transition from cloud to on-premise, or vice versa, will also be available (some smaller customers may prefer to move from cloud to on-premise as their business grows). In order to extend its ERP cloud offering to

INSITU: AppFabric, Avalara, Cloud, Convey, data collection, distribution, document storage, emarketingsaas.com, enterprise resource planning, Epicor, epicor 9, Epicor Express Edition, ERP, financials, Insite Software, Manufacturing, multi tenant, paas, SaaS, SaaS ERP, shipping, Software as a Service, SQL Azure, TIE Kinetix, Village Green Global, Windows Azure, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
18-05-2012

PROACTIS: The Best-kept Secret in Indirect Spend Management? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
1:11 am # The insite on recent technological development on spend management and e-procurement frontiers is worth reading here.Public procurement systems however have a little different orientation and I find a good ray of hope for systemic improvements with more innovative technology applications like you described. Anon on 24 November, 2011 at 8:36 am # Proactis is one of the most appalling software packages i have ever used. It is not even BETA quality software. It only works correctly in Internet

INSITU: accounts payable, aidc, ariba, basware, catalog management, contract management, e procurement, eipp, emptoris, image integrators, indirect materials, intelligent capture, proactis, proactis intelligent invoicing, proactis p2p, proactis purchasepoint, proactis spend control and eprocurement, procure to pay, SCM, sourcing, spend analysis, spend management, srm, stp, straight through processing, supplier management, unit4, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc..
05-10-2010

PROACTIS: The Best-kept Secret in Indirect Spend Management? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
1:11 am # The insite on recent technological development on spend management and e-procurement frontiers is worth reading here.Public procurement systems however have a little different orientation and I find a good ray of hope for systemic improvements with more innovative technology applications like you described. Anon on 24 November, 2011 at 8:36 am # Proactis is one of the most appalling software packages i have ever used. It is not even BETA quality software. It only works correctly in Internet

INSITU: accounts payable, aidc, ariba, basware, catalog management, contract management, e procurement, eipp, emptoris, image integrators, indirect materials, intelligent capture, proactis, proactis intelligent invoicing, proactis p2p, proactis purchasepoint, proactis spend control and eprocurement, procure to pay, SCM, sourcing, spend analysis, spend management, srm, stp, straight through processing, supplier management, unit4, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc..
05-10-2010

PROACTIS: The Best-kept Secret in Indirect Spend Management? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
1:11 am # The insite on recent technological development on spend management and e-procurement frontiers is worth reading here.Public procurement systems however have a little different orientation and I find a good ray of hope for systemic improvements with more innovative technology applications like you described. Anon on 24 November, 2011 at 8:36 am # Proactis is one of the most appalling software packages i have ever used. It is not even BETA quality software. It only works correctly in Internet

INSITU: accounts payable, aidc, ariba, basware, catalog management, contract management, e procurement, eipp, emptoris, image integrators, indirect materials, intelligent capture, proactis, proactis intelligent invoicing, proactis p2p, proactis purchasepoint, proactis spend control and eprocurement, procure to pay, SCM, sourcing, spend analysis, spend management, srm, stp, straight through processing, supplier management, unit4, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc..
05-10-2010

Is Web Success Necessary for CEO Survival?
The CEO of Cahners Business Information, a publisher of Business to Business information with designs on creating an Internet publishing empire, steps down. The speculation is that he was forced out by the parent company, Reed Elsevier.

INSITU: help Cahners electronics portal, e-insite, move ahead as an e-commerce site, but may also signal that the company had become disillusioned with its own attempts to develop e-commerce technology. . In other areas of the company, which has more than 120 individual magazine websites, there is relatively little cutting-edge work to show, especially in electronic business areas. That the Internet strategy is behind the departures is given credence by the resignation of CTO Rob Rubin, who was responsible for
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