Over the past decade, we have witnessed a number of breakthrough technologies emerge on the horizon. Ruby on Rails (RoR) is one such technology that has raised the bar for application development. Originally extracted by the Danish programmer David Heinemeier Hansson, RoR has matched wits with other popular programming languages. But RoR took the programming world by storm when Apple announced that it would ship RoR with Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard. Ever since that day, RoR has not looked back!
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When it comes to enterprise systems, the one common thread running through all of them is their intent to improve enterprise decision making. All of them support disparate processes and cycles. But at the end of the day the bottom line is to improve the quality and time of decision making. The same is true in case of enterprise content management system popularly known as ECM.
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People are buying online. All our surveys and contemporary research show that the number of people buying products and services online is on an increase. And along with this comes the deluge of software packages that assist in developing e-commerce websites.
Now these software packages are good for developing platforms that facilitate online trade and commerce. They do an excellent job when it comes to putting together an e-commerce website that sells products and services. But that’s all they are good for – selling. If you are looking to develop e-commerce applications that sell and deliver memorable experience then these software packages are no good. What you need here is Microsoft’s Commerce Server.
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Remember the early days when the concept of customer relationship management (CRM) systems had emerged? There was a mad rush in the market and almost everybody wanted to try out this newly discovered abstract. But as the dust settled on CRM, we realized that CRM systems were not just about anybody’s cup of tea.
This realization brought about a phase where CRM systems became entitlements of enterprises that had deep pockets. These enterprises had big budgets, talent pool, and IT resources available at hand to successfully deploy CRM systems. It was a time when CRM systems made silent inroads into enterprise IT architecture. And now after a quiet and peaceful existence for some time, CRM systems are back in the limelight.
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Ever heard of the term ‘IT Debt’? All those who have been following Gartner, would have an idea what it means. For all those who are not Gartner fans here is what it means. IT Debt is the cost of maintenance backlog of an enterprise. It’s the cost of upgrading enterprise applications to their latest releases and operating versions. In other words, it’s the cost of bridging the gap between the current state of IT architecture and its ideal state.
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