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Use of Mashups in the US Government


Federal Computer Week (FCW.com) recently published an interesting piece written by John Moore about the use of APIs and development of mashups for use by government managers. Titled "Getting on the same page", the 1200+ word article cites the...
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SAP Busines Software


SAP Americas is a subsidiary of SAP AG, the world's largest business software company and the third-largest software supplier overall. SAP Americas' corporate headquarters is located in Newtown Square, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. Our officers and...
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CRM and improving order fulfillment...


As I’ve touched on in previous posts, the art of getting value out of CRM is to embed key business processes within the technology. While a lot of attention gets paid to sales and marketing processes, ‘downstream’ areas, such as order fulfilment,...
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Ideas - Alphabetize the Setup Options


I want to give a “bump” to this idea sent my way from Johan in Sweden. Originally posted by jkubi, this idea centers on the idea of giving some semblance of order to the Setup options. Right now, I’d be hard pressed to explain for sure why it...
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Blogging with Windows Live Writer and Firefox 3


Blog quickly when you find something of interest on the web with Blog This in Windows Live Writer - now available for Firefox 3 series. Here’s something extremely useful for Firefox fans who write blogs using Windows Live...
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Cloud Insanity - Mistakes of the Past


I enjoyed Mike Kavis’s post, Cloud Insanity - Focusing on all the wrong things, again, especially his definition: "Cloud Insanity - To repeat the same behaviors that caused SOA to fail and expect a different result." How true....
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