Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise’

A View From The Channel – Part II

Guest blogger, Michelle Jones.  Vice President Global Channels & Alliances My last post addressed the need for software vendors and channel partners to adapt to changing market conditions, industry regulations, technology landscapes and ever-shifting customer requirements. My take of “adapt or be left behind” has proven true.  In the few short months since that post […]

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SEEBURGER’s Brian Jolley Named to AIAG Global Engineering & IT Steering Committee

We caught up with Brian to discuss the significance of this appointment:   What is the AIAG committee that you’ve been invited to join? I have been placed on the Global Engineering and IT Steering Committee of AIAG and will initially be serving as a member of the Supplier Connectivity Workgroup. The GE&IT Steering Committee […]

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Top 5 Tech Trends For 2011

Big ideas heard at the InformationWeek 500 conference include a renewed focus on innovation, the importance of data visualization, and the ongoing agony of maintenance fees. By Alexander Wolfe, InformationWeek October 23, 2010 06:00 AM My top-level take away from the recent InformationWeek 500 Conference is that the economic doldrums may not be completely over, […]

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GM Leads Biggest Week for U.S. IPOs Since March 2008

November 15, 2010, 1:26 PM EST By Cecile Vannucci and Lee Spears Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) — General Motors Co.’s initial public offering and sales from four private equity-backed companies are leading the biggest week for U.S. IPOs since before the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. Ten companies plan to raise a combined $12.5 billion […]

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SaaS is dead; long live services?

InfoWorld’s Neil McCallister took a page from Anne Thomas Manes (”SOA is Dead; Long Live Services“) and declared Software as a Service to be dead in his latest post. But unlike SOA, in which Anne actually remains a great believer in the fundamentals of service orientation, McCallister says the fundamentals of SaaS are struggling. He […]

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SEEBURGER & RollStream Simplify Trading Partner Community Management

Extends Automation beyond EDI/B2B Messaging to Non-Data Communications ATLANTA, GA, and McLean, VA, June 8, 2010 – SEEBURGER Inc. and RollStream Inc. today announced a channel partnership to help large enterprises simplify the management of complex B2B trading communities by automating both the exchange and testing of transactional data, such as purchase orders, and administrative […]

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Trading Community Management Linked to Business Performance: Aberdeen

ATLANTA, GA, May 18, 2010 — SEEBURGER Inc. today announced the availability of an archived version of a joint webinar with Aberdeen Group addressing the role of trading community management in business performance as well as strategies for improving interactions with customers and suppliers. The webinar is based on a recent Aberdeen study concluding that […]

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Next Generation Supply Chain Strategies: Enabling Trading Communities for Demand Supply Networks

Next Generation Supply Chain Strategies: Enabling Trading Communities for Demand Supply Networks Sign up for the webinar here April 21, 2010, 2:00-3:00 ET. In today’s cost-constrained business climate, it has become difficult for companies to stay informed and in control of every stage of their supply chains, as the responsibility had been spread throughout the […]

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Global CIO: Oracle’s Larry Ellison Declares War On IBM And SAP

Ellison admits Oracle trails SAP in enterprise applications and IBM in high-end servers, but lays out plans for becoming #1 in each sector. Citing surging demand across his software portfolio and ongoing optimism about his new hardware assets, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has brashly declared war against the two companies currently leading Oracle in key […]

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SEEBURGER Teams with L&T Infotech to Expedite U.S. Implementations

Dedicated Vertical Teams with Deep ERP/B2B Systems Integration Expertise ATLANTA, GA (November 3, 2009) – SEEBURGER Inc. today announced a strategic partnership with L&T Infotech, one of the world’s top-ranked global IT services providers, designed to increase U.S. implementation resources for its electronic data interchange (EDI) and business-to-business integration (B2B) software. L&T Infotech is now […]

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