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ERP: January 2011

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software and solutions. - Archive for January 2011

Oracle Announces Fast Adoption Rate of PeopleSoft

The current 9.1 release of PeopleSoft is also being adopted at a rate four times faster than any other edition.

NetSuite Company Edition Automates Renewal Management

The software offers automation and real-time visibility to the management of renewals, billing and contract management.

Ten More ERP Trends: Open Source and Pricing Pressures

The rise of open source ERP and new startups is pressuring big vendors like Oracle and SAP.

OpenERP Offers ERP in the Cloud

The latest version of the open source ERP software aims for ease of use and implementation.

A Microsoft Stack For Enterprise Apps

Microsoft looks take a major new push in the battle for the enterprise apps.

Investment in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems to Drop

New research indicates ERP system investments will drop this year despite an expected increase in IT spending.

SAP Reports Record Quarterly Sales

The enterprise software giant's big fourth quarter software sales beat expectations.

SAP Buys Security Software From SECUDE

SAP is acquiring software and related assets from its partner SECUDE.

Microsoft to Update Dynamics AX ERP

The software giant readies an update to its Dynamics AX package for enterprises.

Oracle and ATG Combine CRM, Retail, Supply Chain and ERP

Oracle's new retail and e-commerce product lineup promises a unified customer experience.

Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Open source enterprise resource planning (ERP) is quietly maturing.

SAP Offers Package to Customize SAP All-in-One Products

The new package includes predefined user interfaces for modules like sales, purchasing, accounting, manufacturing and financials.

Interest Grows in Two-Tier ERP

Two-tier ERP strategies offer a single ERP system at headquarters but a different system for global subsidiaries.

Enterprise ERP Buyer's Guide: SAP, Oracle and Microsoft

Through acquisition and attrition, the three tech giants have come to dominate the ERP market for large enterprises.