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Redefining BlackBerry in India

We’ve written before about articles declaring the end is nigh for BlackBerry, so an article in the Economic Times of India last week caused us to raise an eyebrow. 566 more words


Ramco Systems: Will it take your portfolio to cloud 9?


  • Started as an R&D division of Ramco Industries in 1992, Ramco Systems is part of over 75 years old Ramco Group. Boasting a turnover of over Rs.6500 Crore, Ramco Group who has nurtured gems like Ramco Cement (Previously known as Madras Cement), has become one of the most reputed business houses in India and has achieved international recognition for its quality products and services.
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OpenPro's Supply Chain Distribution video

Do you want to upgrade your business software, but you have a tight budget? OpenPro ERP software is a budget-conscious, fully customizable business software package with features that benefit SMB’s as well as enterprise sized companies. 82 more words

Beyond .NET and J2EE: The Emergence of a Third Application Development Platform in the Enterprise

A few days ago, I published an article on ReadWrite about trends that are destined to change the future of enterprise software. The article includes 14 trends that we consider relevant consider its maturity in the industry. 862 more words

A great user experience can promote software adoption

“If you build it, they will come” may work in a baseball movie, but it’s an unreliable strategy for deploying enterprise software. A better approach is to provide a great user experience, coupled with feature-filled software, to promote user adoption.

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Aras and search for new PLM business models

Seriously, how do you take your coffee (err… PLM)? I might like my PLM with free upgrade service and no license fee. It smells kinda disruptive. 681 more words

Daily PLM Think Tank

Cloud upstart Infor pays $675 million for commerce platform

Most companies rely on a complex network of supply chain partners to design, manufacture and deliver products. Coordinating orders across multiple enterprise resource planning systems is far from easy. 330 more words