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known as procrastination. He plugs in TurtleSpice’s profile and basic requirements; 14 ERP vendors pop up on his screen. [ See Mike’s results ] [ Try it yourself ] Curious, Mike phones the number at the top of the screen. The consultant at the other end of the line has a simple message: “That’s a working list only, you understand. We can train you in a streamlined business process modeling option geared toward defining business requirements for software selection .” At 11:43 AM on Monday August
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its LINK architecture, which plugs and plays with all of the world’s leading enterprise solution providers and its real-time accounting strengths. The solution provides extensive interoperability value for companies in high-change environments that need to continually adjust technology infrastructure to support industry consolidation, geographical expansion or contraction, changing business models, etc. Favorable Change of Buyers’ Behavior Over the past 10 months, UNIT4’s executives have
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Achieving business intelligence (BI) in midsize companies. Read IT reports in relation to business intelligence. Free white paper! Like many of today’s IT decision makers, you may be considering a business intelligence (BI) solution for your midsize company. But how do you go about adding BI without disrupting your company? Without breaking the bank? Without having to add staff members with specialties you’ve never even heard of before? This paper helps answer those questions, with practical advice for bringing BI into your midsize company.
: a preinstalled machine and plugs it into your network. With a software appliance or prepackaged approach, your costs are also known fully, up front, before you make an acquisition. You can decide then if it s expensive or not, and know that the price tag is all you ll pay—because the BI solution is prepackaged and selfcontained, there s no chance for scope creep, for never-ending implementation projects, or for consultants that have been in one of your offices for longer than half your employees.
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for what it does: plugs disparate parts together (perhaps clumsily, but still better than what the world had before). Finally, one day when SOA is replaced by something else (the next latest-and-greatest three-letter acronym [TLA ]), once again Agresso hopes to be sitting there smiling. The company expects to just grab onto the next big thing, and be able to work side by side with it, because SOA (and any future new concepts) will sit one layer up atop VITA. Fine, I’ll give Agresso the advantage of
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: a hardware device that plugs into the user s computer; when the application runs it checks for the presence of the dongle and will run only if it finds it. Dongles do therefore allow the user to move their license around, but only by physically relocating the dongle. With key-file-based licensing, the license limits and node-locking parameters are encrypted in a file, which is sent to the user and read by the application each time it runs. These approaches have a number of disadvantages. Dongles require
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