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SAGlobal to Acquire LexisOne, Combine with Legal360, Merging Practice Management and CRM

SAGlobal will acquire the LexisOne cloud-based practice management application from LexisNexis, according to an agreement the two companies planned to announce tomorrow. SAGlobal had notified me of the news earlier today on the condition that I agree to an embargo and not publish it until tomorrow morning. Since then, however, Legal IT Insider broke the story. SAGlobal will combine LexisOne with its Legal360 client relationship management (CRM) software to create an integrated, cloud-based pract...
Tags: UK, Microsoft, Law, Uncategorized, Atlanta, ERP, LexisNexis, Microsoft Dynamics, Dynamics, Bob Ambrogi, McIsaac, Whit McIsaac


SAGlobal to Acquire LexisOne, Combine with Legal360, Merging Practice Management and CRM

SAGlobal will acquire the LexisOne cloud-based practice management application from LexisNexis, according to an agreement the two companies planned to announce tomorrow. SAGlobal had notified me of the news earlier today on the condition that I agree to an embargo and not publish it until tomorrow morning. Since then, however, Legal IT Insider broke the story. SAGlobal will combine LexisOne with its Legal360 client relationship management (CRM) software to create an integrated, cloud-based pract...
Tags: UK, Microsoft, Law, Uncategorized, Atlanta, ERP, LexisNexis, Microsoft Dynamics, Dynamics, McIsaac, Whit McIsaac


How the human brain works during simultaneous interpretation

Researchers at the Centre for Bioelectric Interfaces and the Centre for Cognition & Decision Making of the Higher School of Economics utilized electroencephalogram (EEG) and the event-related potential (ERP) technique to study neural activity during simultaneous interpretation of continuous prose. Using event-related potentials as an index of depth of attention to the sounding fragment, the researchers assessed the competition between memory and auditory perception during simultaneous interpreta...
Tags: Science, ERP, Centre for Bioelectric Interfaces


Infor lands $1.5 billion investment ahead of possible IPO

Infor, a NYC-based enterprise software company, announced a massive $1.5 billion investment today that could be the precursor to an IPO down the road. One analyst is estimating that the valuation could be at least $60 billion. The investment is being led by Koch Industries’ investment arm, Koch Equity Development, and Golden Gate Capital. Today’s investment comes on top of a $2 billion+ cash infusion from Koch in 2017, bringing the total raised to at least more than $3.5 billion. That’s a lot of...
Tags: TC, Cloud, New York, Enterprise, Ipo, Funding, Tech, ERP, Sap, CRM, Enterprise Software, Koch Industries, Newman, Koch, Wang, Infor


Infor lands $1.5 billion investment ahead of IPO

Infor, a NYC-based enterprise software company, announced a massive $1.5 billion investment today that could be the precursor to an IPO in the next 12-24 months. One analyst is estimating that the valuation could be at least $60 billion. The investment is being led by Koch Industries’ investment arm, Koch Equity Development, and Golden Gate Capital. Today’s investment comes on top of a $2 billion+ cash infusion from Koch in 2017, bringing the total raised to at least more than $3.5 billion along...
Tags: TC, Cloud, New York, Enterprise, Ipo, Funding, Tech, ERP, Sap, CRM, Enterprise Software, Koch Industries, Newman, Koch, Wang, Infor


Koch Equity, Golden Gate to invest another $1.5 bln in Infor

Koch Equity Development LLC and Golden Gate Capital agreed to invest $1.5 billion in Infor, which sells financial and manufacturing software. Koch, in 2017, closed a $2 billion investment in Infor, of New York, which is backed by Golden Gate, Summit Partners and management. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK – January 16, 2019 – Infor, a global leader in business cloud software specialized by industry, today announced an agreement to receive a $1.5 billion investment from shareholders Koch Equity Developmen...
Tags: New York, London, San Francisco, Trends, ERP, United States, Koch Industries, Company, Coleman, Koch, Wichita, Infor, Koch Industries Inc, PE Deals, Koch Equity Development LLC, Charles Phillips


Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella describes two new kinds of software that are going to change everything for businesses (MSFT)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has two very specific examples of what's next when it comes to business software. Specifically, he sees two new categories of software emerging. One new category will track the performance of products as customers use them. It is business software built on the concept of Internet of Things, where objects get sensors and apps. The second adds a layer of artificial intelligence magic on top of it all, which will predict stuff about to happen (like something braking) a...
Tags: Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Trends, ERP, Silicon Valley, Wilmington Delaware, Nadella


Red Flag Bill Submitted in New Hampshire ~ VIDEO

New Hampshire – -(AmmoLand.com)- Red Flag Bill Submitted in New Hampshire Unfortunately, this is an “I told you so video” this is for those folks who have said, “It will never happen here!” or, “The President will never sign it!” An Extreme Risk Protection Order Bill (ERPO) has been submitted in the gun friendly State of New Hampshire…the “Live Free or Die” state. New Hampshire Democrat State Representative Jerry Knirk has cosponsored bill # 2019-0007, the Extreme Risk Protection Order / Red ...
Tags: Guns, Senate, Massachusetts, ERP, New Hampshire, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Rubio, Red Flag, Gun Rights News, Ammoland TV, New Hampshire Ammoland, State of New Hampshire, ERPO, Red Flag Laws, Federal Commission On School Safety


How Tech is Transforming the Next Generation of Family Businesses

By Devin Becker There is a generational gap within family-owned businesses, and owners looking to pass on the business torch to their millennial-aged children are finding that their goals and visions vastly differ. By 2028, more than $10 trillion worth of family-owned and closely-held businesses in the U.S. will have transferred to the next generation of owners. Many questions remain whether the millennial generation will be equipped for success and able to keep the family business alive, but th...
Tags: Business, Technology, ERP, Right Now, Devin Becker, Becker Safety and Supply, Becker Safety, Becker Safety and Supply Family


Microsoft Acquires New Technologies for Microsoft Dynamics AX

Technology has provided some great advantages and benefits to mankind as there are many software and applications that are offering their services to the people to make their work easy. There are many software and applications that have been designed by various software companies and organizations. And the software and applications are used to carry out various operations based on the type of software. For instance, graphic designing software is used for enhancing the graphics of a photo or a co...
Tags: Technology, Microsoft, Sales, ERP, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Technology Trends, Microsoft Dynamics ERP, Microsoft Acquires New Technologies


How to Choose the E-Commerce Platform for Your Business in 2019?

ECommerce also was known as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the activity of buying or selling products online over the internet. ECommerce draws on some of the technologies including Internet marketing, E-fund transfers, E-data exchange etc. The major platforms for ECommerce are an online retailing, online auction and electronic markets. At present, the current worth of the e-commerce industry is almost 2.3 trillion and by 2020 it is about to double its worth to 4.4 trillion....
Tags: Business, Sales, E-commerce, ERP, Customer, Shopify, Yo Kart, Logistics Logistics


How to Install Dolibarr ERP + CRM System on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Dolibarr is a free, open source and an all-in-one ERP and CRM for small and medium companies. In this tutorial, we will install Dolibarr on Ubuntu 18.04 server.
Tags: ERP, Linux


Quant Investors Are Taking a Thorough Look at Tesco PLC (LSE:TSCO) as ERP Reaches 8677 - Hawthorn Caller

Quant Investors Are Taking a Thorough Look at Tesco PLC (LSE:TSCO) as ERP Reaches 8677   Hawthorn Caller Tesco PLC (LSE:TSCO) has an ERP5 rank of 8677. The ERP5 Rank is an investment tool that analysts use to discover undervalued companies. It looks at.
Tags: Shopping, ERP, Tsco, Tesco PLC LSE, Hawthorn Caller Tesco PLC LSE


Despite Larry Ellison's hype, this Wall Street analyst believes Oracle will have a tough time growing unless it becomes more like Amazon (ORCL, AMZN, MSFT)

Oracle has grown little in the last five years, highlighted by its most recent quarter coming in flat. Now, analysts say that Oracle should take notes from Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure by giving customers more flexibility with how they use Oracle products in the cloud. Right now, it's difficult for Oracle customers to run an Oracle database on other companies' clouds — a problem because customers often prefer using cloud products from multiple vendors. There's hope in Oracle's ent...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Department Of Defense, ERP, Barclays, Larry Ellison, Cia, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Cto, JMP Securities, Amazon Now, Raimo Lenschow, Meanwhile Amazon, Fusion ERP


Oracle's Customer Transition Challenge

Oracle narrowly missed its number last quarter, so it was good to see the company come roaring back -- it made a lot of money. More importantly, many analysts have conceded that Oracle has reached a point in its infrastructure deployment where it can mount a serious challenge to other providers and supply the needed cloud services for its ERP and cloud database businesses. The recognition is important for all parties. Analysts finally can admit that their consternation this past year over th...
Tags: Ecommerce, ERP, Oracle


These 10 enterprise M&A deals totaled over $87 billion this year

M&A activity was brisk in the enterprise market this year, with 10 high-profile deals totaling almost $88 billion. Companies were opening up their wallets and pouring money into mega acquisitions. It’s worth noting that the $88 billion figure doesn’t include Dell paying investors more than $23 billion for VMware tracking stock to take the company public again or several other deals of over a billion dollars that didn’t make our list. Last year’s big deals included Intel buying MobileEye for $15 ...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, TC, Enterprise, Microsoft, CA, Tech, Cisco, Intel, ERP, Vista, M&a, Ibm, Mergers and Acquisitions, Michigan, Dell


These ten enterprise M&A deals totaled over $87 billion this year

M&A activity was brisk in the enterprise market this year with 10 high-profile deals totaling almost $88 billion. Companies were opening up their wallets and pouring money into mega acquisitions. It’s worth noting that the $88 billion figure doesn’t include Dell paying investors over $23 billion for VMware tracking stock to take the company public again or several other deals of over a billion dollars that didn’t make our list. Last year’s big deals included Intel buying MobileEye for $15 billio...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, TC, Enterprise, Microsoft, CA, Tech, Cisco, Intel, ERP, Vista, M&a, Ibm, Mergers and Acquisitions, Michigan, Dell


The Entrepreneur And Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

“Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard.”  – Guy Kawasaki, Alltop Co-Founder and Entrepreneur As an entrepreneur, are you looking at ways to effectively manage your customer relations, finances, budgets, stock levels, and emails? The good news is that there is a software application for each of these functions; however, there are definite disadvantages to using multiple applications for a single business. The most notable disadvantage of using multiple software applications is not the cost of p...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP, Guy Kawasaki, Products & Services, Business Software, Guy Kawasaki Alltop Co Founder


Oracle’s revenue didn’t drop like Wall Street thought it would, and the stock jumps a little (ORCL)

On Monday after the bell, Oracle reported quarterly earnings of $0.80 per share on revenues of $9.56 billion, beating analyst expectations on both counts. Wall Street had projected revenues of $9.52 billion, which would have been a slight dip from the same period last year. Instead, Oracle revenues stayed flat, putting it ahead of expectations.  The stock is up about 1.5% in after-hours trading. This quarter, Oracle saw more growth in its enterprise resource planning business. Oracle repor...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, ERP, Harvard, Larry Ellison, Oracle, GAAP, ORCL, Safra Catz, Mark Hurd, NetSuite ERP


Powering customer journeys in the age of AI

Anirudh Pandit Contributor Anirudh Pandit is head of Solution Engineering, NA-West, office of the CTO, MuleSoft. Technology has been the cornerstone of economic growth around the world for hundreds of years. It has underpinned the last three industrial revolutions and is now the driving factor in today’s Fourth Industrial Revolution — marked by emerging technologies in a variety of fields. Unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence is one of the key technologies dri...
Tags: Column, Siri, Tech, ERP, Artificial Intelligence, Gartner, Alan Turing, APIs, Alexa, Anirudh Pandit, Solution Engineering NA West, CTO MuleSoft Technology


YayPay raises $8.4 million for its accounts receivable service

Fintech startup YayPay just raised another $8.4 million for its software-as-a-service solution focused on collecting money from outstanding invoices. The company participated in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield several years ago. Information Venture Partners led today’s funding round with existing investors Birchmere, QED, Fifth Third Capital, Gaingels and 500 Fintech Fund also participating. YayPay targets large companies with an accounting department. The startup provides the perfect service t...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Tech, Customers, ERP, Fintech, Battlefield, Yaypay, Information Venture Partners, TechCrunch 's Startup Battlefield, Fintech Fund


The Most Intensive Therapy for OCD: The Bergen Treatment

My son Dan suffered from obsessive-compulsive disorder so severe he could not even eat. He spent nine weeks at an intensive world-renowned residential program where he learned techniques through the use of exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy . These skills have allowed him to live a happy and productive life. Well, at least I thought it was an intensive program. At Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, there is a treatment program for OCD that is truly intensive. ...
Tags: Psychology, Time, Research, ERP, Personal, Treatment, United States, OCD, Caregivers, Bergen, Dan, Hansen, Bergen Norway, Hagen, Kwon, Haukeland University Hospital


5 Tips for Your Data

Is Your data: Secure – Backed-up – Compliant – Private – Clean? By Lucy Thorpe Data is increasingly important to businesses of all sizes – it is the core of today’s digitized economy, constantly increasing in volume and value. Not only is it at the center of everything that we do, it can also lead to new insights and opportunities. But how many companies are looking after it properly? Our advice is to treat your data like gold; store it safely, use it wisely and keep it clean – then hopefully li...
Tags: Business, UK, Technology, Bbc, ERP, Sap, Right Now, Caroline, Caroline Atkinson, Lucy Thorpe, In Cloud Solutions, SAP Business ByDesign, Lucy Thorpe Data, Clean Clean


4 Must-Have Design Features for a Highly Converting B2B Website

The intention of a B2B website is not always the same as it is for B2C. Of course, it is still a tool that is used to attract and convert customers. But, in B2B, a conversion does not always mean a sale. Since the buyer’s journey for a B2B transaction has more stages than that of the typical B2C, any action that moves a potential customer from one step to the next can be considered a conversion. Since this process is about moving a buyer closer to the final decision phase, each conversion step m...
Tags: Marketing, Sales, Cta, Google Analytics, ERP, B2b, Website Design, Magneto, DemandGen, B2B sales, Source Customer Journey Focused Content Content


Accelerate Your Success with Dynamics 365 Consulting Services

Dynamics 365 guarantees to “transform business process into business advantage for organizations all over the place”. However, what does Dynamics 365 actually do? Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based business… Read more » The post Accelerate Your Success with Dynamics 365 Consulting Services appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Tools, Microsoft, ERP, CRM, Info Tech, Microsoft Dynamics 365


Common ERP Challenges Faced by SMBs

Many businesses have already started adopting their own enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology packages to great effect. If you’ve noticed your current system is having trouble keeping up with the… Read more » The post Common ERP Challenges Faced by SMBs appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, ERP, Info Tech, ERP implementation


Involuntary Attention Restoration During Exposure to Mobile-Based 360° Virtual Nature in Healthy Adults With Different Levels of Restorative Experience: Event-Related Potential Study

Background: With the global trend of urbanization, there are increasing reports of a possible association between decreased exposure to nature and increased occurrence of mental disorders. New 360° virtual reality (VR) technology using smartphones and portable VR glasses can overcome spatial and temporal limitations to help people deal with mental fatigue in everyday life. Objective: On the basis of attention restoration theory (ART), this study aimed to investigate whether the amplitude of the ...
Tags: Health, ERP, MMN


Improve Process Manufacturing Efficiency With An ERP System

Process manufacturing deals with using recipes and formulas to produce goods, as opposed to discrete manufacturing which is concerned with the assembly of parts to create unique items. The food… Read more » The post Improve Process Manufacturing Efficiency With An ERP System appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Productivity, Business, Tools, Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP, Manufacturing, Info Tech


The mostly dead merger (and its unexpected integration issues)

By Gary Appelbaum, Accordion Articles on why mergers fail are ubiquitous, (cue the Google search). Each provides its own list of reasons for the historically disappointing success rate, citing issues like overestimation of synergies (cost and growth), culture clashes, inflated valuations, etc. Almost all, however, share one reason: integration failure. To a fault, these articles point to the post-close integration period as the time where the merger took a wrong turn. Except, to paraphrase Mirac...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, ERP, Gary, PE Deals, Gary Appelbaum


BlueCargo optimizes stacks of containers for maximum efficiency

Meet BlueCargo, a logistics startup focused on seaport terminals. The company was part of Y Combinator’s latest batch and recently raised a $3 million funding round from 1984 Ventures, Green Bay Ventures, Sound Ventures, Kima Ventures and others. If you picture a terminal, chances are you see huge piles of containers. But current sorting methods are not efficient at all. Yard cranes end up moving a ton of containers just to reach a container sitting at the bottom of the pile. BlueCargo wants ...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Enterprise, Tech, ERP, Long Beach, Logistics, Container, Saint Nazaire, Griffon, BlueCargo, Green Bay Ventures Sound Ventures Kima Ventures, Alexandra Griffon, U S BlueCargo