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EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company? Part Three: Analysis of IFS and Intentia
Having traditionally done implementations via their product delivery organization, IFS and Intentia also have long exhibited a focus on product quality and

ibm written eam  example, Intentia had an IBM -based platform centric approach in its Movex software until 1999, when it released a multi-platform version of Movex which was written in Java and included an optional web interface. For more detail, see our article Intentia's Movex for Food and Beverage: Gaining a Foothold in North America . Also, Intentia remains the larger and possibly a functionally better vendor of the two (in terms of multinational financials/consolidation, budgeting, HR/payroll,

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CMMS – EAM

Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. EAM typically includes computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) functionality, fleet maintenance, workflow, reporting, and other areas that touch upon asset management practices. 

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Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 1


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ibm written eam  much larger number of  IBM System i (formerly AS/400 )  and UNIX-based “ERP collector items” (not to call them technological “toxic assets”). Second Major Message: Compiere Was a Cloud-platform Buy, Stupid First off, Consona and Tognoni are still trying to figure out how best to deal with the business logic part of the Compiere open-source initiative, and they are committed to working with the community to figure this out. Consona also plans on continuing a community version of Compiere after Read More

Taking Stock of Infor’s HCM “Inventory Items” - Part 1


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Finding the Key to Small Manufacturer’s Profits - Part 1


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Lawson Means Business with HCM (But Wait, There's More...)


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IBM Emptoris v10, Smarter Commerce, and Strategic Sourcing


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Smarter Customer Service with IBM Business Analytics


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IBM is Serious About SMB


In the battle for market supremacy, IBM wants to win by reducing Microsoft's market potential. IBM has selected the infrastructure as its battlefield. Both companies are heavily investing to attract best-of-breed channel partners that will be instrumental to a successful small and midsize business (SMB) strategy.

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IBM Acquires Cognea as Watson’s Mouthpiece


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