WARNING: This post raises a theoretical, geek-like issue, with acronyms tossed about like glittering crystal shards thrown haphazardly onto black pavement, right in the path of unsuspecting drivers careening down the road…The erp4it blog raises a question about “the relationship between IT Service Management and Service Oriented Architecture…”.
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Everyone knows that Microsoft takes a strong, aggressive stance toward partner relationships and sales.
Brian Sommer has an excellent round-up of resources dedicated to helping ERP software buyers navigate the software selection process. Although the focus is on ERP, the issues are applicable to any major enterprise software purchase.
According to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Florida’s Project Aspire has been stopped in mid-track. From the article:A top Florida official has suspended work on Project Aspire, a proposed financial management system for state government.
This weekend I drove Tulku Thondup and his wife Lydia Segal to Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, where Tulku is teaching a weekend course on Healing Power of Mind, based on his book of the same title. He’s a prolific writer and scholar, who has published lots of books.
I love user interfaces that communicate complex information clearly.The Dashboard Spy seeks out enterprise dashboards and showcases them on his very excellent blog.
I took this picture while running madly through Frankfurt airport to meet a connecting flight on the way to Sapphire. It’s kind of cool, even though I took it with my low-quality, cell phone camera.
I’ve written numerous times about how packaged (or productized) services and can improve alignment between the interests of consultants and their clients. The New York Times reports that the packaged approach is now being tested by a hospital group in Pennsylvania.
I took away many great experiences from Sapphire. Unfortunately, my small and beautiful Sony laptop was not among them; alas, it was stolen while I waited for a tram.
A comment to this recent interview with Pascal Brosset got me thinking about implementation complexity. The commenter states: “Hopefully the simplification will reduce implementation projects to a more human scale, making success more likely and less expensive.