Profile of Mary Hayes Weier
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Articles by Mary Hayes Weier
posted in September 2007
Pfizer is using SupplyScape's E-Pedigree software, which creates an electronic pedigree, or record, for drugs and manages those records throughout the supply chain.
Rami Branitzky, a longtime ally of former SAP President Shai Agassi, will be charged with beating the NetWeaver drum.
Despite soaring interest in software-as-a-service, SAP's new product is aimed at companies with fewer than 500 employees.
Larry Ellison told financial analysts in a quarterly earnings call yesterday that Oracle hasn't participated in the software-as-a-service trend because there's no money to be made there. If Ellison's observation isn't a red flag to CIOs, than I don't know what is.
Will SAP's new on-demand software cannibalize license revenues, and what are SAP's chances of being acquired? SAP's Deputy CEO answered those questions and more.
SAP Business ByDesign automates a wide range of business processes and will cost companies $149 per user per month.
SAP will struggle because many employees will fear that on-demand software will cannibalize sales of conventional software licenses.
The offering represents a newly cohesive strategy to Microsoft's previously scattered approach to business intelligence.
Salesforce.com and SAP will be bang the drums of SaaS from opposite sides of the country. In this case, it's hype worth listening to.
The ROI comes from keeping products on store shelves and getting preferred standing with the retailer.
Forecasted boost in the market drives vendor SuccessFactors to pursue a stock IPO.
Business Objects joins the growing list of software companies offering virtual appliances compatible with the VMware infrastructure.
Beginning Wednesday Sept. 12, a union representing IBM's employees in Italy will start training interested avatars for the first virtual strike against a company doing business in Second Life.
Following a deal with Capgemini to push Google Apps into global companies, Microsoft comes out swinging.
Capgemini will offer Google Apps as an alternative to Microsoft Office through its desktop outsourcing services.
It joins the push to provide more performance-based data as part of business intelligence offerings.
Most companies that supply goods to Wal-Mart have ignored its RFID mandate. One supplier that's using the technology thinks they're making a mistake.
The acquisition will help Cognos stave off Oracle-Hyperion, and gives it ownership of an innovative technology called in-memory analytics.