Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERPs) integrate (or attempt to integrate) all data and processes of an organization into a single unified system. A typical ERP system will use multiple components of computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of most ERP systems is the use of a single, unified database to store data for the various system modules.
White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Mar 22, 2013
This whitepaper discovers how by implementing cloud computing across 6 fundamental workloads can transfer the way whole groups employees do their jobs, enabling them to speed new development and uncover new sources of revenue.
In this white paper we explore how smaller contractors can now have access to robust and compliant solutions via the cloud, thus removing the IT and cost barriers that previously kept these solutions out of reach.
Case Study Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jan 16, 2013
In this report, Taneja Group explores how Riverbed Technology has identified a critical challenge that limits IT performance in highly distributed customer environments: costly, complex, and hardware-heavy branch offices.
Globalization; social and mobile commerce; and site replacements, upgrades and new launches are driving e-commerce product evaluation and selection. Use this Magic Quadrant as a guide during the vendor evaluation and selection process.
The What, Why & How of CRM Integration
This report contains insights from C-level executives, business analysts and IT engineers, and systems integrators and consultants who design and implement data integration for their enterprise clients.
As the chief crisis management solution nationwide, it is essential that eAlert utilizes a delivery system with maximum reliability, delivery performance, and reporting features to meet its clients' demands - PowerMTA was the only SMTP software flexible enough to supply these necessary features and easily integrate into eAlert's current system without interruption.
After evaluating PowerMTA from Port25 Solutions, smartFocus' digital messaging objectives for enhanced inbox placement became a reality. Read the full case study to find out what Port25 can do for you and your business too!
Using PowerMTA's VirtualMTA technology, Pure360 was in a position to easily provide dedicated IPs for their clients. and adhere to ReturnPath's certified sender requirements to maintain high inbox placement rates.
Today's enterprise environments need fast, reliable and immediate execution of email messaging flow. And to successfully achieve greater deliverability, proven technologies need to be in place to optimize the messaging infrastructure.
One advanced new feature is the ability to extend to allow setting priorities to each recipient in the email queue. We call this feature Queue Prioriztion. It now has the ability in PowerMTAT to set the priority of a recipient of set of recipients.
PowerMTA is a configurable and robust email solution to ensure emails are being delivered at an optimal rate, even if ISPs flag your network. Changes in ISP policy can be met easily with PowerMTA and are dynamically adjustable for any threshold.
This Whitepaper will attempt to address some frequently asked questions about the core differences between open source MTAs and commercial MTAs. It will also explain why making the switch may qualify as long term cost-effective investment.
The PowerMTA Management Console (PMC), v1.0, is a newly released web based enterprise and a scalable software solution. PMC allows for the centralized configuration, monitoring, and reporting of multiple PowerMTAT installations.