Enterprise business applications
- March 07, 2005
Tens of millions of dollars go down the drain when ERP projects go sour. Now SearchCIO expert James Champy offers five tips for reaping the fruits of your ERP labor.
- February 22, 2005
In his monthly column, Jonathan Byrnes highlights five areas where CIOs in the retail industry can work to improve the bottom line.
- February 14, 2005
Keystone Automotive turned around a failing ERP project by bridging the gap between business and IT executives.
- February 10, 2005
Sanlam Life achieved a unified view of the customer by relying on a system that identified the most trustworthy data sources.
- February 02, 2005
SMB executives shopping for CRM can't afford to get caught up in big promises.
- January 31, 2005
Mark Hinkle, CIO of NeTraverse, talks about what's fueling Linux's rapid growth and why CIOs can stop worrying so much about staffing and support issues.
- January 25, 2005
Technology executives are taking advantage of open source applications without shutting down their cherished Windows.
- January 18, 2005
Wal-Mart CIO Linda Dillman tells National Retail Federation conference attendees that RFID technology is finally delivering results you can put your hands on.
- December 28, 2004
New research suggests that an increasing number of companies are opting to outsource their call centers to a highly exotic place: suburbia.
- December 22, 2004
SearchCIO's ROI and IT investment expert, Rebecca Wettemann, offers her predictions of the IT market for the coming year.
- December 14, 2004
Last week Siebel announced a significant investment in its sales operation dedicated to the small and medium business market. But does the CRM giant have what it takes to make a dent in this market?
- December 13, 2004
While industry players met last week to discuss the need for RFID skills, many CIOs still aren't sold on the technology. One analyst, however, said it's a mistake for some firms not to understand what RFID means to their business.
- December 06, 2004
Despite takeover talk, PeopleSoft is taking aim at small and medium-sized manufacturers.
- November 18, 2004
A failed takeover of PeopleSoft Inc. could mean new life for the struggling developer of enterprise applications. But don't expect an end to the courtroom drama just yet.
- October 18, 2004
The technologies used to help companies predict things such as future customer behavior, demographics and other business intelligence (BI) metrics have matured.