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10 Best Practices in Printer Fleet Management
How do companies address the out-of-control costs associated with network printing? Many look to control them by outsourcing their managed printer services. The transition from basic dealer services to a holistic approach—where the dealer manages the print services for the entire organization—has its challenges. With printer fleet management tools, companies gain a competitive advantage and save on printing costs.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: 10 Best Practices in Printer Fleet Management 10 Best Practices in Printer Fleet Management Source: 366 Software Document Type: White Paper Description: How do companies address the out-of-control costs associated with network printing? Many look to control them by outsourcing their managed printer services. The transition from basic dealer services to a holistic approach—where the dealer manages the print services for the entire organization—has its challenges. With printer fleet management tools,
7/13/2007 10:51:00 AM

Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa
Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) business models and information systems originated in the 1970s and 1980s, an inflationary period. They addressed business priorities that were strongly influenced by inflation. Many manufacturers are now confronting worldwide price stability, or even deflationary pressure, and can

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa Inflation’s Demise: The Impact on Business Informa Nelson M. Nones CPIM - June 29, 2000 Read Comments Nelson M. Nones CPIM is the Director of Global Marketing for CIM Vision International, Inc. ( www.cimvision.com ) Overview Inflation occurs when an abundance of money exists in relation to goods. This creates artificial demand as consumers accelerate their purchases to avoid future price increases. Suppliers, competing to meet this demand, confront
6/29/2000

Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen
Before c-commerce bad estimates and unintended impacts were issues businesses managed. Cost and schedule overruns and disruptions to the business caused by IT projects were an internal affair. Not any more. Not when the business participates in a c-commerce alliance. EIS brings a new IT operating model, which will transform IT software development into a true engineering discipline.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen William Walton - March 26, 2001 Read Comments EIS-enabled IT The demand for Enterprise Impact Simulation (EIS) is driven by collaborative commerce, enabled by IT. Businesses engaged in c-commerce run on Internet time. Change-readiness is the watchword. The predictive capabilities of EIS deliver change-readiness. Two specific predictions are particularly relevant to the demands of c-commerce. The first is the
3/26/2001

Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease the negative momentum both companies have experienced in the frenzied and rapidly consolidating enterprise applications market.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: in regions as a point of entry. Intentia hasn t been able to establish itself in the North American market, and conversely, few European and Asia-Pacific companies have bought Lawson s software. Their union will also makes sense for prospects located in geographies that are served by one vendor carrying solutions that are limited to one vertical. Lawson, which serves more industrial and regional sectors, should have a greater chance at bidding. Indeed, overall, Lawson has benefited from the general
10/27/2005

PeopleSoft Revamps World for Its Mid-Market Express ConquestPart Two: Market Impact
The major factors of success in business applications for the mid-market segment have traditionally been--flexible pricing, packaging and deployment options; speed of implementation; vertical focus; interconnectivity to other applications and legacy systems; product scalability and scope expandability; Internet and wireless device accessibility; low cost business-to-business (B2B) electronic connectivity; and a single point of contact possibly with a local consulting and implementation support. PeopleSoft seems to have captured (or at least tackled) most of these.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: connectivity; and a single point of contact possibly with a local consulting and implementation support. Furthermore, PeopleSoft s internal research indicates that cost, complexity, and risk are key considerations for these targets, with a distinction that the first time buyers (so-called green field plants ) put the highest importance on price, best-of-breed modular but integrated functionality, speed of implementation and quick ROI, whereas experienced (repeated or follow-up) buyers value the vendor s
7/27/2004

SYSPRO - Awaiting Positive IMPACT From Its Brand UnificationPart Two: Market Impact
With its latest moves, SYSPRO seems to have braced itself well for the bigger brethren’s onslaught. The latest brand unification move may prove that the company is also changing its marketing approach, starting with clearer worldwide prominence and unequivocal identity.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: only very recently should point out SYSPRO s head start in the area compared to its like brethren. Intuitive User Interface End users of smaller enterprises have also been impressed with its intuitive user interface, which combines on-screen graphics with a functional flow for better visual orientation, and also provides consistently deployed keyboard shortcuts for heavy data entry. It also offers a wealth of administrative features like workflow & event management, querying tools and a built-in report
3/14/2003

JDA Portfolio: For the Retail Industry -- Part Five: Analysis of Market Impact
Given the competition for retail customers and wholesale orders is intense, retailers, including software vendors, must be able to meet consumer demand quickly, accurately and at the most competitive price. Despite its failed QRS acquisition, which promised to expand JDA's retail demand chain optimization applications, JDA Portfolio may be able to help retailers if it can overcome the challenges of servicing a fragmented sector and withstand the increasing competition.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: product design to the point of sale. The use of GTIN, UPC, and EAN data promises to greatly increase the efficiency with which retailers and manufacturers can mark, track, and exchange detailed product information. As a result of these standards and technologies, many retailers, vendors, suppliers, and brand manufacturers have been able to reduce the cost of financial operations, mismatches between purchase orders and invoices, inaccurate product shipments, and stock-outs. The still current manual,
12/31/2004

PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM WherewithalPart Two: Market Impact
The PeopleSoft-J.D. Edwards merger was, in great part, about retaining the big five (or big four, or big three) seat and the need to be bigger within shrinking market opportunities. The combined vendors should now a have solid foothold against SAP and Oracle, particularly because one better-performing side could, if necessary, cover up for the underachieving one.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: J.D. Edwards side, the appointment of the new pre-PeopleSoft merger chair and CEO Bob Dutkowsky (see J.D. Edwards CEO Retires Again; This Time For Good? ) resembled a feat by current PeopleSoft s CEO, Craig Conway. Bringing an outsider even one who has the pedigree of a formidable foe or closest partner (Oracle in Conway s case and IBM in Dutkowsky s case) to the helm of a company which had jealously guarded that position and hired only from its dynasty s rank helped bring a new prospective on how to
1/26/2004

Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRSPart Four: Market Impact
While owing to a number of similar products and to former competition between the merging parties this merger has a merit of growth by acquisition in a slow growing (or even declining) EDI-VAN market, the merger of Inovis and QRS may well emphasize some interesting dynamics within the retail market segment.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: product design to the point of sale. The use of GTIN, UPC, and EAN data promises to greatly increase the efficiency with which retailers and manufacturers can mark, track, and exchange detailed product information. As a result of these standards and technologies, many retailers, vendors, suppliers, and brand manufacturers have been able to reduce the cost of financial operations, mismatches between purchase orders and invoices, inaccurate product shipments, and stockouts. The still current manual,
11/19/2004

RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS AcquisitionPart Two: Market Impact
It is becoming increasingly important for supply chain execution (SCE) suppliers to have global implementation and service capabilities, while multinational user companies conversely benefit from working with global application providers. Now, the two merged vendors, RedPrairie Corporation and LIS, should have the critical mass and geographical breadth necessary to better serve the needs of their global customers, with local, multilingual support, and to compete for an ever-increasing number of multi-modal transport, multinational engagements.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS Acquisition Part Two: Market Impact RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS Acquisition Part Two: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - April 29, 2004 Read Comments Market Impact The long predicted consolidation within the warehouse management systems (WMS)/supply chain execution (SCE) market seems finally to be happening. It has started however by an unexpected route, since instead of a direct intra-market consolidation, some public SCE/WMS vendors and
4/29/2004

Lawson Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions AfterPart Three: Market Impact
In several aspects, Lawson Software could be regarded as an enterprise applications market anomaly. For one, at its peak in fiscal 2002, the company boasted annual revenues of nearly $430 million, but it still has only a slender (less than 10 percent of revenues) presence outside of its US domestic market. Further, it remains a major force in enterprise applications software, yet it does not cater the functionality to manufacturing sectors, and the vastness of its sales are thus derived from just a few service-oriented vertical markets-primarily health care and retail.

POINT OF SALE PRINTER IMPACT: comprehensive knowledge of business point is constantly maintained) Knowledge capture and leverage (i.e., the users should capture structured and unstructured data as a natural part of doing their work, while the system should provide secured sharing of knowledge to ensure a continuum of service, and both actions will increase the organization s IQ by evolving the knowledge rather than re-creating it) Both structured and unstructured data are captured (i.e., the system collects documents, e-mails,
11/8/2003


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