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Alice (or Allen) in MobileLand
Cell phones, smartphones, and similar mobile devices are beginning to play an active role in customer relationship management; many of these handheld devices

air warrior  dollar heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) manufacturer, found that prior to the use of such devices, it was having trouble with the amount of time it would take from when it first identified a need for parts for repair or replacement, to the actual installation of the parts because of the length of time it would take to get the parts to the customer. So, one of the company's key goals was to reduce this amount of time, which was around six weeks. By using handheld devices that facilitated Read More

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Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor
Moving away from the relentless acquisitions of the past, Infor is waking up to a brand new day, marked by innovative product development that will change the

air warrior  Ferrari, BAE Systems Military Air and Information , Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc., Grief , and Liberty Mutual . The EAM business continues to grow at a healthy rate, as many of the aforementioned large customers are still rolling out additional plants. Many legacy ERP customers on System i are continuing to add (implement) modules or roll out implementations to other plants. PLM was another product line with stellar growth in 2011. A great portion of new sales came via the reinvigorated Read More
How Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs
Patchwork maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) systems can cost large airlines millions in duplicated effort, extra inventory, and delays. But with round-the

air warrior  Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs The scale of an airline's maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations requires significant planning around moving assets, inventory, machine shops, and manpower, often on a round-the-clock schedule. This is particularly true for legacy carriers, i.e., large operators with multiple fleets of aircraft, round-the-clock operations, and international destinations to manage. Legacy airlines must also contend with complex multidepartmental Read More
Humidification Strategies for Data Centers and Network Rooms
In some circumstances, the air surrounding IT equipment can be harmful to internal electronic components and lead to failure and downtime. Reliance on precision

air warrior  In some circumstances, the air surrounding IT equipment can be harmful to internal electronic components and lead to failure and downtime. Reliance on precision cooling solutions to maintain the proper humidity level in a computer room or data center doesn’t always assure proper humidity levels at the IT equipment air intake. Learn more about humidity, its effects, and its management in computer rooms and data centers. Read More
Why the Cloud Is More than Hot Air for the Manufacturing Enterprise
Manufacturers have legitimate questions and concerns when contemplating a transition from a legacy, on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to a

air warrior  Is More than Hot Air for the Manufacturing Enterprise Manufacturers have legitimate questions and concerns when contemplating a transition from a legacy, on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to a cloud ERP system. Download this white paper to find out just how cloud ERP solutions have proven their viability and superiority when compared to on-premise competitors when it comes to security, business continuity, cost and other factors. Read More
Trimble Navigation Enforces Its Engineering And Construction Segment
Trimble Navigation is primarily known for its advanced positioning solutions and hardware, such as GPS receivers and rangefinders. The company has been

air warrior  the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industries by Plancal. Even Trimble's recent acquisition of SketchUp from Google fits the industry as a partially free, easy-to-use 3D modeling tool. Today's announcement of the acquisition of assets of Vico Software is in line with this logic. Now Trimble will be able to add a 5D BIM offering to its already extensive software division including a 3D BIM offering. Two more directions of virtual building modeling, construction time management and buildi Read More
Forget about Government, Amazon Wants to Drone You!
Jeff Bezos’ passion lies in ever-improving customer experience via ever-faster deliveries. Witness Amazon’s experiment to fulfill small orders (five pounds or

air warrior  service , called Prime Air (see video ), is expected to go live in a few years. Bezos hopes the drones will allow Amazon to deliver goods within 30 minutes.   This bold initiative is bound to face some regulatory challenges, as the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) might get in the way. FAA rules for drone flights in U.S. airspace are expected to be ready in 2015.   But hundreds of thousands of drones in the sky could cause havoc, whether or not they pose a real Read More
Kentico
Kentico Software, headquartered in Brno (Czech Republic), is focused on providing content management solutions for developers covering the whole Web site

air warrior  list of clients includes Air Jamaica, Bayer, Deutsche Telecom, Gibson Musical Instruments, and Guinness New Zealand. Read More
Transportation & shipping management system
Transportation and third-party logistics providers have become embedded in the new economy of the last decade. As a result, unprecedented industry growth and

air warrior  traditional – multi-modal transportation (air, land, and sea), warehouse management services, vendor-managed inventory, and labor services. Newer services include pick and pack, inspection, kitting, packaging, labeling, product returns and reverse distribution, packaging and re-packaging, salvage and scrap disposal, and even customer service and telemarketing. Ramco 3PL and Transportation solution is designed to address the expanding array of services offered by these companies. Based on Ramco VirtualWo Read More
Vendor Snapshot: Infor at the TEC Vendor Challenge
More than 6,000 distributors globally use Infor’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Infor began acquiring best-in-class solutions to address the

air warrior  Snapshot: Infor at the TEC Vendor Challenge More than 6,000 distributors globally use Infor ’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Infor began acquiring best-in-class solutions to address the distribution industry in 2004.  Infor Distribution SX.e , which grew out of the 2004 acquisition of NxTrend , is the lead go-to-market solution covering Infor’s major micro-verticals in the industrial and professional sectors, for companies with revenues of from $20 million to over $1 billion Read More
Transportation and Warehousing
The transportation industry moves goods in a number of ways: via land, ocean, or air. As the product is moved from location to final destination, successful

air warrior  via land, ocean, or air. As the product is moved from location to final destination, successful delivery operations are vital for an organization’s financial bottom line. The link between the organization’s warehouse and its transportation operations need to be well coordinated for efficient product movement. Processes in the transportation industry must accurately reflect the scope of its customers’ needs and accommodate changes to those needs according to market trends and consumer behavior. Read More
Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about Consona Corporation’s recent acquisition of leading open source and cloud computing enterprise resource planning (ERP

air warrior  CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series talked about Consona Corporation ’s recent acquisition of leading open source and cloud computing  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  provider Compiere . After reading a slew of speculative blog posts (including the  one from TEC ’s free and open source [FOSS] buff and advocate Josh Chalifour ), I had an incisive briefing with Consona’s CEO Jeff Tognoni, to give the company a fair chance to explain its strategy Read More
Oil and Gas
Oil and gas companies@whether upstream, downstream, or mid-stream@face a wide range of industry-specific challenges, including new and evolving government

air warrior  evolving government regulations for air and water quality, and the need to better forecast prices in a highly volatile market (with fluctuating demand as well as fluctuating prices). There is also a shift in industry focus, from oil field exploration to exploitation, which raises issues related to “brown” (or mature) fields and sustainability. Read More
Supply Chain Vendors GT Nexus and TradeCard to Merge
In surely one of the first mergers of the year, GT Nexus and TradeCard are announcing their intent to merge their companies. GT Nexus provides a cloud-based

air warrior  have extended to include air and truck, as well as a broader set of supply chain visibility capabilities. GT Nexus’ business model is based on a mix of buy-side subscription and sell-side transaction revenues. Approaching the global trade management area from two completely different perspectives has led GT Nexus and TradeCard to a point where they see complementary opportunities to offer more of an end-to-end global trade and logistics capability. (It doesn’t hurt, either, that the combined entity Read More
Infor Reports Rapid Growth of Distribution Business Unit
Infor recently announced that its distribution business unit has had more than 120 percent license growth since the close of Infor's 2010 fiscal year. By

air warrior  Reports Rapid Growth of Distribution Business Unit Infor recently announced that its  distribution business unit has had more than 120 percent license growth  since the close of Infor's 2010 fiscal year. By engaging with customers and incorporating feedback, the vendor has continued to invest in its distribution products. After years of keeping a low profile and cutting costs, Infor has established, and in many cases re-established, communication with its customers through additional sales reps in Read More

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