Replete with wizards and widgets, the latest development tool from LANSA can create a collection of Web applications in a matter of minutes.
Written by Chris Smith
The need for interoperability and the growing variety of skill sets developers find they need to create Web applications in an IBM i environment have focused attention again on the benefits LANSA can bring to the development environment. The company has complied with the needs of changing times by introducing a new version of Visual LANSA and opening up the LANSA repository to all programs.
There are more ERP solutions than ever before today, and here we help you pick the right one by describing the major players.
Written by John Ghrist
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is another one of those computer industry terms that seems to have different definitions, depending on who's talking. Wikipedia defines ERP as a system "intended to manage all the information and functions of a business or company from shared data sources." But as many would be quick to point out, how then do we differentiate ERP from such terms as business process management, management information systems, or even management reporting, which arguably all have that same goal?