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A Stitch in Time - Linda Eiland Clark, Intelligent Enterprise Magazine, October, 2000. Creating a knowledge transfer framework for your ERP implementation can mean the difference between losing and leveraging your most valuable asset.
ASPs are hot, but will the fire cool? - The rapid growth of today's application service provider market can't extinguish an ongoing debate on the benefits the business model offers to enterprise application users. EarthWeb, June 01, 2000 by Alan Radding
Aligning Your Data Collection and ERP Implementation Decisions - This white paper explores the importance of Automated Data Collection and how it can improve an ERP that is already in place. PDF format.
Application Service Provisioning Abstract - September 1, 2000 - The globalized, digital economy is placing new demands on enterprises to become faster and more efficient at the management of information, even while the enterprise becomes ever more extended and complex. EDS sponsored article.
Applying ERP solutions to the public safety and justice sector. - IBM article November, 2000. ERP implementations would serve to integrate and modernize public-safety and criminal-justice agencies.
Avoiding Buyers Remorse - Samuel Greengard, Business Finance Magazine, November, 2000. There are substantial advantages to outsourcing enterprise applications, including ERP software and this article discusses the benefits.
Big Risk for Small Fry - Wayne D. Bennett, CIO Magazine, May 15, 2000. Contractual tips for new entrants in the ERP game.
Distribution vs. ERP - Article by Scott S. Deutsch published in Modern Distribution Management concerning the colliding worlds of wholesale distribution and supply chain ERP.
ERP Resources in an E-Business World - Acticle by B. Zrimsek for Gartner Group. Market demands have caused SIs to shift resources from ERP to e-business, making it difficult for user organizations to garner the resources needed to support ERP evolution.
ERP Success Isn't All in the Software - Janet Gould, HP World. How attention to hardware "Smarts" pays off.
ERP Training Stinks - Malcolm Wheatley, CIO Magazine June 1, 2000. As ERP implementations falter and fail, many people think the answer is more training. They're wrong.
ERP vendors stake claim to application outsourcing market - Philip J. Gill, Earthweb, September 01, 1999. For a monthly fee, companies get a quick ERP solution at a fraction of the cost.
ERP: still alive in the Internet age - Thomas Davenport, Network World, February, 28, 2000. Over the past decade, two major innovations have transformed the way companies build and operate information systems: the Internet and its associated e-commerce technologies, and enterprise resource planning systems.
Knowledge management appears on ERP radar - Alan Radding, Earthweb, February 2000. As organizations plot their future use of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, knowledge management will increasingly pop up on the radar screen.
Making Change - Philip Diehl, June 2000, Darwin Magazine. The U.S. Mint's Philip Diehl found that overseeing an enterprisewide systems project is no easy task. Especially when you've got a deadline you can't afford to miss.
Making the move to XML - Next-Generation E-Business. XML adoption survey. August 15, 2000.
Realizing the Promise of ERP and e-Commerce by Automating Financing and Collections - White paper on the potential negative effects of adding ERP on receivables collections by Kelly Cundiff, published in Midrange ERP. PDF format.
Taking your ERP system 24x7x365 - Karen D. Schwartz, EarthWeb April 01, 1999. The challenges inherent in making an ERP system available all day, every day are daunting, but Texas Instruments proves it can be done.
The ABCs of ERP. - What is ERP? The ABCs of ERP. Compiled from reports by Christopher Koch, Derek Slater and E. Baatz
The Merchant Prince - Sears exec Joe Laughlin shows how this venerable, old-line retailer adopts the power of "e-" and goes from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century in one fell swoop. By David Baum, Profit Magazine.