By Vinnie Mirchandani on April 9, 2014
The concept of 2 (or 3) Tier ERP is certainly not new. Platinum (now Epicor), J. D Edwards (now Oracle), and more recently NetSuite have for decades gone to large, typically multi-national companies and convinced them to adopt their software in plants and smaller subsidiaries while continuing with a D&B or SAP at HQ and […]
By Brian Sommer on April 2, 2014
Recent remarks by a Microsoft executive about cloud ERP didn’t ring true. A little digging brings clarity around his claims.
By Louis Columbus on February 14, 2014
A recent study completed by Gartner titled Survey Analysis: Adoption of Cloud ERP, 2013 Through 2023 published on January 24, 2014, written by Nigel Rayner advises CIOs and application leaders of financial services institutions to “consider cloud ERP as a potential replacement for aging core ERP systems that are out of support or running on an old […]
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By Brian Sommer on November 13, 2012
The genesis of many application software products is a great idea. Someone conceives a better, newer way to achieve a business outcome, complete a process, etc. That idea gets codified and becomes an application. In some cases, it bec…
By Zoli Erdos on August 13, 2012
The cutesy video above was created by SAP, the first part talking about the benefits of Cloud ERP, the integrated approach in general, and while the last minute turns into a SAP Business ByDesign pitch, it could very well be viewed as overall industry promotion, applicable to archrival NetSuite, and to some extent Workday, and [...]
By Michael Krigsman on July 6, 2012
Here are seven ideas to help you choose a professional services company for your cloud implementation.
By Josh Greenbaum on February 28, 2012
The future of the enterprise seems to be very much up for grabs: just as Salesforce.com proposed the end of software, and then became very much a software company, Zuora’s CEO Tien Tzuo recently authored a much referenced article on end of ERP, despite the fact that Zuora is very much a player in enabling a new […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on January 10, 2012
‘Tis the season for debates and fact checking statements by candidates. Not politicians, but technology vendors.
Like this one by SAP in a column titled Cloud Strategy that I saw courtesy of Jon Reed:
By Tom Foydel on September 20, 2011
One of my linkedIn groups is having a discussion about the mass migration to ‘Cloud’ ERP. There have been several good posts that covered everything from control, licensing, security, definition of cloud, etc. It’s the sort of discussion that the EI’s used to have a few years back on a regular basis. We were probably a […]
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By Brian Sommer on September 6, 2011
Events of the last week confirm it: Cloud ERP is a serious space. If you’re still expecting on-premise ERP to rule the day, it won’t. On-premise ERP will have to share the limelight with its newer cousins. The cloud and ERP, especially manufacturing software applications, are definitely in vogue. Vendors, investors and customers are piling […]
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