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What to Expect from Your WMS
Today, companies are facing tougher competition and increasing service level requirements, all while balancing growth with shorter phase-in/phase-out cycles for

beginner pc  If you are a beginner, you might just be allowed to pick one order at a time. If you are experienced, you may perform cluster picking across four-five orders in the same pick walk. Getting the system out on the floor The operation usually settles for transaction control using one standard technology, like case picking with voice terminals and full pallet picking via lift truck RF terminals and scanners. But methods and equipment can also be mixed and matched with user needs, with the underlying idea to Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Dell Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake
Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said Thursday the company's financial performance should not be affected by September's earthquake in Taiwan.

beginner pc  Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake Dell Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake R.A. Krause - October 15th, 1999 Event Summary October 7, 1999[Reuters] -- Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said the company's financial performance should not be affected by an earthquake that knocked out industrial production in Taiwan last month. He said Taiwanese computer parts plants damaged in the September 21 temblor quickly resumed production and Dell, the world's second Read More
Corel and PC Chips to Accelerate Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux
Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux(r) OEM alliance, which will see its Linux operating system, Corel(r) LINUX(r), bundled with every

beginner pc  and PC Chips to Accelerate Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux Event Summary November 1st, 1999 - Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux OEM alliance, which will see its Corel Linux operating system bundled with every computer motherboard package shipped worldwide by the PC Chips group of companies. PC Chips will also ship Corel(r) WordPerfect(r) 8 for Linux and Corel WordPerfect Suite 8 OEM (for Windows(r)) with its motherboards. In addition, the alliance calls for a joint marketing Read More
Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the

beginner pc  Jumps Into Internet PC Arena Event Summary 11/30/99 - Dell Computer Corp. announced the Webpc, which features an Intel Celeron 433 megahertz processor, a 15-inch monitor, a printer and one year of DellNet Internet service. Prices for the new computers start at $999. In a press release Tuesday, the company said the Webpc is the first product from its Web Products Group and is part of its strategy of embracing the Internet in every facet of its business. This marks Dell's entry into the market of Read More
What’s in a Name?
Hewlett-Packard, following a path recently trod by IBM, has decided to maintain a single 'e-PC' product name, eliminating the e-Vectra and e-Brio names.

beginner pc  in a Name? What’s in a Name? R. Krause - October 23, 2000 Event Summary On October 9, Hewlett-Packard announced that it will forgo the creation of an e-Brio line of e-PC products for small business, and instead lump the e-Vectra and e-Brio lines under the SMB e-PC banner. HP's e-PCs are small, stripped-down versions of the standard desktop machine, competing in the same market as Compaq's iPAQ and IBM's NetVista products. Currently, the standard Vectra product line is aimed at the corporate PC Read More
Microsoft Analyst Event Part One: What’s New for Fall 2012
The traditional Microsoft Dynamics Fall Analyst Event (FAE) 2012 started with a tour of the flagship Microsoft Store in an opulent mall in Bellevue, WA, where

beginner pc  Analyst Event Part One: What’s New for Fall 2012 The traditional Microsoft Dynamics Fall Analyst Event (FAE) 2012 started with a tour of the flagship Microsoft Store in an opulent mall in Bellevue, WA, where Windows 8 and Surface were all the rage. Windows 8 is about the following three features: Performing tasks with fewer clicks -- the “tiles” (formerly called the “Metro” look-and-feel) are updated in real time, whereas on, say, the Apple iPad one must invoke one app at a time for Read More
Dell Tops in Customer Satisfaction
Compaq rises, IBM falls, but Dell remains master of the desktop domain.

beginner pc  Tops in Customer Satisfaction Dell Tops in Customer Satisfaction C. McNulty - June 2, 2000 Event Summary HAMPTON, NH -- (May 3, 2000) Technology Business Research ( >www.tbri.com ) just completed its First Quarter 2000 Corporate IT Buying Behavior and Customer Satisfaction Study, part of a quarterly tracking service measuring corporate end-user satisfaction with desktop, Intel-based server and laptop/notebook systems vendors. This quarter's study is based on the opinions of 550 IT managers at large U. Read More
What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?
Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision

beginner pc  All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway? What's All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway? R. Krause - Februrary 12, 2001 Overview   In the world of high performance computing, everyone wants to know how well a system performs before deciding to buy it. Benchmarks provide a relatively objective way of determining how well a system will perform under given conditions. What customers need to know is: which benchmarks are relevant to their particular needs, and which ones don't matter? In this article, we will go Read More
Early Adoption of Windows Vista Yields Strong Return for Midsize Companies
IT departments in midsize companies are expected to improve the service quality to PC users, cut IT support costs, and increase business flexibility. But

beginner pc  Adoption of Windows Vista Yields Strong Return for Midsize Companies IT departments in midsize companies are expected to improve the service quality to PC users, cut IT support costs, and increase business flexibility. But midsize companies often worry about tight IT budgets and few IT resources. Deploying the Windows Vista operating system can help. Find out what 73 midsize companies have to say about how Windows Vista has offered not only cost savings, but security benefits and more. Read More
Gateway Drops AMD
Gateway Inc. will phase out its use of CPUs from AMD.

beginner pc  Drops AMD Event Summary September 20, 1999 - Gateway Inc. revealed that it plans to stop purchasing microprocessors from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., after current models are replaced. Gateway will now use only processors manufactured by Intel Corporation. Gateway presently holds the #4 position in U.S. sales volume of PCs. AMD holds the #2 position in U.S. sales volume of microprocessors. Market Impact This announcement marks Intel's continued gains in the consumer PC marketplace, achieved Read More
Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack
Off to a rough and tumble start, Netpliance's stock fell 18% by its third day of trading due to a security exploit. However, don't expect the rough start to

beginner pc  Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack L. Taylor - May 9, 2000 Event Summary Netpliance's stock took an 18% dip after a slot machine engineer in Las Vegas hacked a procedure to turn the network device into a full-fledged PC. Netpliance, Inc., (Nasdaq: NPLI) which only went public on March 17 at a price of $18.00 a share, was down to $14.00 a share by market close on March 21. The Netpliance, which retails for $99.00, was designed to simply do web-surfing us Read More
Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth
With over 25,000 customers, Holland Bulb Farms of Wisconsin (US) needed a more efficient way to sell and market its gardening items on the Web. The company

beginner pc  Study: Holland Bulb Farms Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth Whether your business is retail, wholesale, distribution, mail order, or e-commerce, Everest is the only management solution you need to run, improve, and grow your business. Source : Everest Software Inc. Resources Related to Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Manages Web Store to Support Company Growth : Case Study (Wikipedia) Case Study: Holland Bulb Farms—Online Flower Provider Read More
Antivirus Software: Market Review
Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report

beginner pc  Software: Market Review Executive Summary Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report measures the financial health and product quality of four key industry players: Symantec, McAfee, Computer Associates, and Trend Micro. Market Overview and Background In the global antivirus market, the four market leaders currently seem to be Symantec , McAfee , Computer Associates , and Trend Micro Read More
Argos Software
Argos Software develops, markets, and supports PC-based financial and management accounting software designed around the requirements of specified industries

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Dell Drops WebPC
Dell Computer Corporation has decided to drop its 'WebPC' appliances, with somewhat less fanfare than was created for its November, 1999, announcement.

beginner pc  Drops WebPC Dell Drops WebPC R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Event Summary Dell Computer Corporation has decided to stop selling the WebPC, Dell's attempt to break into the nascent Internet appliance consumer market. Dell blamed disappointing sales and component shortages for its decision. Originally announced in November, 1999, with a starting price of $999, the WebPC went through a round of price cutting in March, 2000, dropping the base price to $799 - still higher than the $599 price from competitors. Read More

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