2013 ERP predictions: The customer takes control
What are the top 3 myths about cloud ERP software?
The growth of cloud computing has caused a paradigm shift in all sorts of business applications, but perhaps most notably in ERP software.
As noted in a previous article, cloud ERP is growing like wildfire as more and more businesses move to their ERP system to the cloud.
But as cloud ERP becomes more popular, misconceptions about it also spread and it becomes more difficult to separate fact from fiction. In an effort to do just so, here are the top 3 myths about cloud...
Cloud ERP is the next big thing in the cloud
By Sharon Florentine
The Cloud ERP (enterprise resource planning) landscape is expanding, and competition is heating up. Back in July 2012, Web-based business software provider NetSuite’s Q2 revenue and earnings numbers were the first indicators of a growing trend in the Cloud ERP space.
As Ben Kepes reported in the Cloud Ave blog, NetSuite’s subscription and support revenues were $61 million, a 27...
Roundup of SaaS ERP Forecasts and Market Estimates, 2012
Cloud And ERP Mobility Are Reordering Gartner’s Hype Cycle
A good friend of mine recently became CIO of a financial services firm and was given his first major project last month: make the complete accounting, financial, and loan provider data and applications available 24/7 on any iPad or Android-based tablet from any office, at any time.
The majority of loan provider applications are cloud-based and his company is running NetSuite. His corporate office is in Asia and cloud-based applications made it possible for the company to launch and operate in...
Integration is the Future of PPM
Model Driven DoDAF Architecture: Building for Change
On first glance, the marriage of Dovèl Technologies and ZapThink might appear to be somewhat of a mismatch: boutique Federal contractor acquires iconoclastic architecture thought leadership firm? But look below the surface, and the synergies become apparent, as Dovèl has long had an iconoclastic approach to architecture, since after all, we focus...
If my Computing is Unified, why can’t I Determine my System's Health?
Unified Computing is an attempt to recreate what was desireable about mainframes using industry standard systems, read X86-based, off-the-shelf memory, storage and networking equipment. The goal was to recentralize all of the components of modern computing systems into one package.Recently Cisco joined the ranks of those offering unified systems, which included eGenera, IBM, HP, Dell and others, in offering unified computing systems. Ciscso, by the way, cleverly named their products Unified Computing Systems or...