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ProTrak Advantage
ProTrak Advantage is the new edition of ProTrak@s CRM software. Its many features include an automated task scheduler, a workflow template manager, and mass

odbc client  Advantage ProTrak Advantage is the new edition of ProTrak’s CRM software. Its many features include an automated task scheduler, a workflow template manager, and mass e-mail distribution with client report attachments. It uses multi-tier architecture based on a distributed component object model (DCOM) and an active data object (ADO), where the business rules are separated from the database and the client. The multi-tier architecture utilizes load balancing by creating multiple applications Read More

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 2: From J to Q
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part two of a three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for

odbc client  application. Most databases support ODBC connections to front-end tools, in addition to supporting specific applications natively. ODS - Operational Data Store . Part of the data warehouse; fed with scores, behaviors, and clusters in near real-time, to be able to react live to customer actions on the web site. The idea is to better serve the customer by reacting to his actions in real time. OEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer . The term is typically used to identify the company that actually creates Read More
GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct
GMAC is pushing for enterprise-wide web enablement of existing IT assets to support customer self-service platforms. NEON Systems’ Shadow Direct product gives

odbc client  it returned as an ODBC table. Once I got the data source set up, it rolled. I got something back from my very first entry. It worked very fast, and I didn't have to go through tons of coding. I was able to try many 'what-if' scenarios. Sadler was also impressed with the proof of concept phase of the project. During this phase, NEON worked closely with both their client and BEA. The team found quick, easy solutions to what Sadler referred to as some very tricky problems, and the proof of concept was Read More
Enterprise Application Integration - the Latest Trend in Getting Value from Data
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is one of the hot-button issues in IT for the Year 2000. Information Week Research's survey of 300 technology managers

odbc client  their applications and the ODBC drivers themselves. JDBC: Java Database Connectivity. A programming interface that lets Java applications access a database via the SQL language. Since Java interpreters (Java Virtual Machines) are available for all major client platforms, this allows a platform-independent database application to be written. JDBC is the Java counterpart of Microsoft's ODBC. Java was originally developed by Sun Microsystems. OLE DB: OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) Database. A Read More
CPortals Technologies Aims for the Middle
CPortals Technologies has based their CPortals Integration Suite on the InteBroker product on the assumptions that businesses, particularly in the e-commerce

odbc client  synchronization adapters using any ODBC or JDBC compliant database. The InteBroker server has been benchmarked in one test at a throughput rate of 3,800 100-byte messages per second. They have based their technology on the assumptions that businesses, particularly in the e-commerce space, will have to re-invent themselves regularly, and that reducing complexity in the solution is a key to success. One of their design principles is that inter-process communications should use a common, reliable Read More
Deltek Remains the Master of Its Selected Few Domains Part Three: Company Background and Market Strategy
Deltek's founders have managed the company with great success by expanding client focus into the commercial sector during the late 1980s. In 1991, Deltek began

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The Benefits of PSA-Revenue Acceleration and Improved Efficiency
Technology changes have allowed an alternative to the client-server model to emerge, specifically the application service provider (ASP), in which the vendor

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A Zero-defect Design Methodology for Integrated Circuits and Board Designs
India-based design service firms enjoy a substantial share of the global design services business. However, they continue to rely on large client firms to

odbc client  Zero-defect Design Methodology for Integrated Circuits and Board Designs India-based design service firms enjoy a substantial share of the global design services business. However, they continue to rely on large client firms to achieve scale. This paper examines semiconductor design outsourcing in diverse client environments, from reputable firms in western countries to established firms in Asia, to startups—and then suggests a unique model for Indian firms to scale up the value chain. Read More
Is There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider?
Although Rimini Street's client base is still budding, the third party provider of support and maintenance has been quite bullish, owing to the accelerating

odbc client  There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider? While enterprise application vendors continue to relentlessly raise annual support and maintenance (S&M) fees year over year, and report ever higher S&M revenues and profit margins, some dismayed or conservative customers might consider turning to the likes of Rimini Street ( http://www.riministreet.com ). Such third party S&M providers are enabling, at this stage, mostly some of the disconcerted Siebel , PeopleSoft Read More
Chempax
The Chempax client/server system is a product of application development and database tools developed by Progress Software. Chempax offers six specialized

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SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure--The Next Frontier?
Leading enterprise applications vendors believe it is crucial to quickly complete the transition to a service oriented architecture (SOA) from monolithic client

odbc client  service oriented architecture,enterprise applications,IBM,Microsoft,SAP,client/server architectures,database,application server,middleware,application software,Web services,Sun,Oracle,Intuitive Manufacturing Systems,Epicor Read More
SAP's Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed Dr. Peter Barth, Technology Marketing Manager for SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. The conversation covered

odbc client  s Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3 Event Summary To answer questions for a Technology Evaluation Center customer, a large utility in the northeastern United States, TEC interviewed Dr. Peter Barth, Technology Marketing Manager for SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. Dr. Barth works for Corporate Technology Marketing, where his main focus is basis technology, the Business Framework and new technologies. After graduating from the Universities of Nancy in France and Saarbruecken, Read More
Clientele CRM.NET Suite Gains Scalability, Smart Client from the .NET Framework and XML Web Services
When The Clientele Group of Epicor Software Corporation was faced with scalability and performance limits in their CRM software, they redesigned their

odbc client  CRM.NET Suite Gains Scalability, Smart Client from the .NET Framework and XML Web Services When The Clientele Group of Epicor Software Corporation was faced with scalability and performance limits in their CRM software, they redesigned their application around the Microsoft® .NET Framework. A server architecture based on SQL Server™ 2000 and XML Web services removes their scalability limits, and supports multiple client applications. A smart client built with Windows® Forms gives customer Read More
TEC Helps SNK Canada Transform Its IT Consulting Business
In late 2011, SNK Canada was engaged to help a sports management client select operations, accounting, and IT management software to replace a legacy system

odbc client  Helps SNK Canada Transform Its IT Consulting Business In late 2011, SNK Canada was engaged to help a sports management client select operations, accounting, and IT management software to replace a legacy system. The client was suffering productivity losses, and the cost of the legacy software was a growing concern. Learn how Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) helped SNK Manage the complexities of the project, so SNK could quickly identify the right system for the client. Read More
Demonstration Post-Mortem: Why Vendors Lose Deals
In competing for client dollars, one failing makes demonstrations deadly for large and small vendors alike: lack of preparation.

odbc client  Post-Mortem: Why Vendors Lose Deals Introduction Large software vendors seem to have many advantages over smaller vendors. Vast financial resources allow them to develop and market a slew of complementary applications (either from integrated suites or through extensive partnering), leverage well-trained consultants for implementations, and deliver global support services twenty-four hours a day. Smaller vendors are often relegated to a narrow industry or functional niche, have fewer Read More

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