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App Stores for Enterprise Software?

App stores, such as Apple's online store for downloading iPhone apps have changed the way consumers find and buy mobile applications. Are manufacturers about to make a similar transition in the way they purchase ERP and other enterprise applications?
App stores, such as Apple's online store for downloading iPhone apps have changed the way consumers find and buy mobile applications. Are manufacturers about to make a similar tra… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/discussion/app-stores-enterprise-software/

Staking a Claim on Innovation Leadership

Can a company that has pursued a strategy based on acquisitions, efficiency, and sales-driven customer retention flip a switch and suddenly start competing successfully as an industry innovator? I found myself pondering this question after spending a coup…
Can a company that has pursued a strategy based on acquisitions, efficiency, and sales-driven customer retention flip a switch and suddenly start competing successfully as an indu… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/staking-claim-innovation-leadership/

Mobility: The Next Big Thing in Enterprise Software?

Industry experts are saying wireless/mobility will be the key enterprise technology
Industry experts are saying wireless/mobility will be the key enterprise technology in 2012. They say executives are finally accepting that enterprise mobility is indeed stra… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/discussion/mobility-next-big-thing-enterprise-software/

There's A Mobile App for That

I'm noticing that MES and PLM vendors are extending their solutions out to mobile devices-- specifically, the iPad and iPhone.
I'm noticing that MES and PLM vendors are extending their solutions out to mobile devices-- specifically, the iPad and iPhone. Should every enterprise application roll out a versi… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/discussion/theres-mobile-app/

Do You Need A Two-Tier ERP?

In times past, it was notoriously difficult to integrate or even interface dissimilar ERP systems so they worked together effectively. Companies were reluctant to install different brands of ERP in different divisions or plants because of this incompatibi…
In times past, it was notoriously difficult to integrate or even interface dissimilar ERP systems so they worked together effectively. Companies were reluctant to install differen… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/do-you-need-two-tier-erp/

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