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Thought-Provoking Commentary for the Lawson Software Community
Some very interesting developments on the mid-market ERP space:
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When Lawson CUE was held in San Diego this past April, Lawson invited some software industry bloggers to attend the annual event. I’ll let you read their reviews:
Unlike the LawsonGuru Blog, which targets you—the actual Lawson customer, each of these bloggers targets the larger enterprise software marketplace. But, hey, it’s Lawson’s conference, so they have to right to invite whomever they want.
Alas, I stayed home.
To paraphrase Dean Hager:
“This has been a ten-year dream for me; to deliver on the promise of a comprehensive all-encompassing Lawson user experience.”
In short, Lawson Smart Office integrates and delivers all facets of Lawson applications in a seamless fashion, providing a comprehensive user experience for all things Lawson. Smart Office is built on 3 pillars: intelligence, productivity, and personalization. As Dean says, Smart Office facilitates what Lawson is calling “The Process of Me”.
I agree that it’s slick. In fact, it’s gorgeous. It utilizes all the latest Microsoft technologies. But you know me—I’m the skeptic. So, let’s examine a few questions:
A very detailed technical article was just published on the InfoQ.com website,http://www.infoq.com/articles/lawson-casestudy. For Lawson’s S3 clients, there are hints of things to come… Read more of this post
Even though I didn’t attend Lawson CUE this year in San Diego, I did receive my usual eyewitness reports. I also viewed the video feeds of keynotes and listened in on the executive/analyst briefings. And, naturally, I do have my opinions.