Oracle’s Primavera Inspire for SAP 7.0 is now available. This product aims to simplify the enterprise project portfolio management by […]
The smaller proprietary and open source ERP vendors have begun to run their software from the cloud. While SAP has been a little ambivalent, there are signs that its customers and partners are racing ahead.
Epicor Software Corporation have announced a new on-demand enterprise resource planning application, Epicor Manufacturing Express Edition. Epicor Manufacturing Express Edition […]
Like many on-premise ERP vendors, SugarCRM is also exploring the cloud. Information Week quotes Clint Oram, founder and VP of […]
TioLive have announced the release of TioLive Grid. TioLive Grid is an open source solution for delivering and managing ERP/CRM […]
While it is good that partners are alert to the opportunities on the cloud, there is no sign of anyone abandoning on-premise cash cows.
ERP may be moving to cloud, but multi-tenancy still sounds futuristic. The compromise could well make cloud-based ERP more appealing for customers. ERP becomes easier to consume as cloud eliminates the need for datacenters and large teams. More importantly, cloud disrupts the ERP cost structure.
The center of the IT universe is shifting from ERP to Enterprise Architecture. Enterprises would need to redirect investments in Applications, Middleware and Infrastructure that enable business transformation at a lower total cost of ownership, says Teck Wee Lim.
An analyst says BPM is the next ERP or the next killer application of enterprise software. But we are not sure if sharing honours with ERP is the best thing that can happen to BPM at the moment. For BPM to become the next killer enterprise app, it has to learn to avoid the minefield ERP walked into.
Opentaps have announced the release of version 1.4 of Open Source ERP + CRM, their ERP and CRM solution. The […]