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Python: Beyond Just Web Apps By Omed Habib Python has long been a go-to language for developers creating cutting-edge web applications. However, Python’s advantages of power, versatility, flexibility and ease of programming have made it a favorite language in a multitude of applications, industries, and niches. Examples of Python being used outside the world of Web apps include: The development of an ERP/CRM named ERP5, developed by Nexedi for use in government agencies, the apparel industry, and other warehouse-based businesses. A self-contained marine navigation light from Carmanah Technologies. This is a good example of how Python is helping to power the move away from dedicated computers to the new era of the Internet of Things. Substantial portions of the semiconductor facility at the Phillips manufacturing plant in Fishkill, New York are run on Python. Python... (more)

VAI to Exhibit at @CloudExpo | @VAIsoftware #ERP #DigitalTransformation

SYS-CON Events announced today that VAI, a leading ERP software provider, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 18th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.) is a leading independent mid-market ERP software developer renowned for its flexible solutions and ability to automate critical business functions for the distribution, manufacturing, specialty retail and service sectors. An IBM Premier Business Partner, VAI is the 2012 IBM Beacon Award Winner for Outstanding Solutions for Midsize Bus... (more)

CA's Misstated Revenues Now Top $2 Billion; Sales Chief Canned

Computer Associates has sacked the head of its worldwide sales operation, EVP Stephen Richards, the latest executive claimed by the investigation of the revenue-inflating scandal that has gripped the company for several years now and stripped CEO and chairman Sanjay Kumar of his titles last week. CA said Richards, believed to be the nameless "Executive 2" that the SEC identified in the indictment for conspiracy to commit securities fraud and conspiracy to obstruct justice brought against CA's former VP of finance David Kaplan, resigned. The scandal has so far cost at least 16 seni... (more)

Can Open Source ERP Succeed?

Open source has been a great success for infrastructure software such as Linux, Apache and MySQL. Here at Software Advice, we've made use of all three. We've also made extensive use of open source development libraries like jQuery. For apps, however, we have either rolled our own or deployed commercial Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings. We're not alone in that decision. Open-source applications have failed to gain mainstream acceptance. Despite passionate communities and a compelling value proposition, businesses just aren't buying open-source enterprise applications. The l... (more)

Where Is the “Planning” in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)?

In today's economy everyone is trying to do more with less. Economic indicators tell us that manufacturing is beginning to pick up, but we've heard that before. Business analysts are predicting an upturn in overall business in the coming months. Unemployment rates are lower than they've been in years. That's all good news, but none of us are ready to return to the days of unmonitored spending or extravagant hiring practices. For many businesses, the largest asset after personnel is inventory. For many of those same businesses, potentially their largest expense after payroll is t... (more)

Bain Capital Ventures Prediction 'Ranking' By @AriaSystemsInc | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]

By Salil Deshpande At the end of 2013, Salil Deshpande, Managing Director with Bain Capital Ventures and member of the Aria Systems board, popularly made a few predictions in the cloud and virtualization industries for 2014. Among Salil’s predictions were the notions that moving apps to the cloud includes moving your ancillary problems to the cloud and that apps will need to manage their data in memory rather writing them to a disk. So how did Salil fare with his predictions? He recently took a look back with some interesting results. His full article, which first appeared on VM ... (more)