SAP Launches User-Friendly Fiori Apps
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 15, 2013
The new ERP apps take design cues from Apple and Google.
Tags: enterprise software, apps, SAP, ERP, mobile apps, HTML 5, Fiori
Survey: Majority of ERP Project Experience Budget Overruns and Schedule Delays
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 21, 2013
Those polled say ERP software deployments take too long, cost too much and don't deliver on their promises.
Tags: software, ERP, enterprise resource planning, survey, budget, schedule
Manufacturer Sues IBM over ERP Software
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 12, 2012
Avantor Performance Materials says its experience with IBM was a 'disaster.'
Tags: software, IBM, SAP, ERP, lawsuit
Microsoft Inches Closer to Delivering Cloud-Based ERP
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 19, 2012
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 and GP 2013 will run on its Azure cloud before the end of the year.
Tags: cloud computing, Microsoft, software, ERP
How IT Can Support the Sustainability Crusades
By Larry Marion | Article Published February 20, 2012
Apps to better manage energy use, carbon footprint and other aspects of sustainability are real and ready for many business processes.
Tags: ERP, green IT
Buyer's Guide: Microsoft ERP Systems
By Drew Robb | Article Published October 12, 2011
The sheer range of Microsoft ERP offerings might be confusing for some enterprise IT managers. What's the best choice for your company?
Tags: Microsoft, ERP, enterprise resource planning, ERP software
Are ERP Apps Too Hard to Implement?
By Drew Robb | Article Published September 28, 2011
Enterprise resource planning software can give businesses a major competitive advantage -- if a firm's staffers can successfully deploy and implement the application.
Tags: ERP, enterprise resource planning
Microsoft Unveils Dynamics AX 2012 ERP
By Stuart Johnston | Article Published September 12, 2011
Microsoft's newest enterprise resources planning solution clearly targets a global audience, with support for almost two dozen languages.
Tags: Microsoft, ERP, Dynamics
SAP Goes 'Social' with Cloud-Based StreamWork
By Vangie Beal | Article Published May 05, 2011
The StreamWork application will facilitate collabaration among all SAP business applications.
Tags: Cloud, social networking, cloud management tools, SAP, ERP
ERP Merger: Infor, Lawson Alliance Creates New ERP Titan
By Paul Shread | Article Published April 27, 2011
The newly formed competitor will be the third largest ERP company behind market leaders SAP and Oracle.
Tags: Oracle, SAP, ERP, Enterprise IT, enterprise resource planning
Microsoft Previews Dynamics AX ERP Upgrade
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published January 11, 2011
Microsoft unveils new features to boost development of third-party applications on the ERP platform.
Tags: Microsoft, business intelligence software, ERP, enterprise resource planning, Dynamics AX 6 ERP
Top Ten ERP Trends: CRM, BI Lead the Way
By Drew Robb | Article Published January 11, 2011
While ERP enjoys less hype than in earlier years, its status as a critical tool remains solid.
Tags: enterprise software, CRM, BI software, ERP, enterprise resource planning
Socialtext Connect a Missing Link for Enterprise Apps?
By David Needle | Article Published June 17, 2010
Latest feature to the social media platform aims to surface content from other enterprise apps.
Tags: blogs, ERP, social media, enterprise apps, enterprise applications
Microsoft Updates Dynamics ERP Financial Reporting Tool
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 25, 2010
Microsoft releases an updated tool meant to help finance personnel create a variety of custom reports without having to ask IT to intervene on their behalf.
Tags: reporting, Microsoft, ERP, Dynamics, enterprise resource planning
HP Offers SAP 'Migration-in-a-Box' Services
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published May 18, 2010
HP is still ripping at Sun's installed base, offering a package solution designed to entice SAP customers to migrate from Sun hardware to HP's.
Tags: Oracle, SAP, ERP, HP, infrastructure