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May 10, 2010 | Volume 5 Issue 9

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

TOP STORY: ERP: Should You Stick with a Best-of-Class Software Strategy?
FEATURED ARTICLE: Which Way Will You Go for Your Core ERP Solution? Power Systems or Windows?
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Safestone Announces Log Management and Compliance Reporting Tool for Power Systems
WHITE PAPER: Key Strategies for ERP on IBM i
FORUM: Mixing Service Programs into a Non-ILE Environment
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Feature Article - Application Software
 
ERP: Should You Stick with a Best-of-Class Software Strategy?

Big ERP wants in on the IBM Power Systems; does best-of-class still have the edge?

steve_pughWritten by Steve Pugh 

In today's fast-moving business environment, organizations need to stay more agile than ever. Government regulation, competitive challenges, and consumer demands are changing at an unprecedented rate, forcing organizations to change along with them. Meanwhile, CIOs are under tremendous pressure to rein in expenses while increasing performance.


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Feature Article - Application Software
 
Which Way Will You Go for Your Core ERP Solution? Power Systems or Windows?

Consider all the ramifications before you make your choice.

kevin_piotrowskiWritten by Kevin Piotrowski

Editor's Note: This article introduces the white paper titled "Key Strategies for ERP on IBM i," which is available free from the MC Press White Paper Center.

 

For System 21, Infor ERP XA (MAPICS), and Infor ERP LX (BPCS) users, there are two main options for core ERP systems. One option is to employ—or continue to employ—IBM Power Systems servers and i 6.1. For users of IBM iSeries and System i models equipped with POWER4 and POWER5 processors, migration to Power Systems servers and IBM i 6.1 has proven to be comparatively simple. New Power Systems servers offer higher performance and more-advanced energy-efficiency features.


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