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Category Archives: ProcessFlow
July 2, 2013Posted by on
Back in 2011, Lawson responded to an Alleged Patent Infringement by replacing Requisition Self-Service (RSS) with Requisition Center (RQC). In the meantime, Lawson has been acquired by Infor, but the patent case still lingers.
Here’s an update. Some of you might have received this notice from Infor, and are unsure how this might impact your organization. The usual disclaimers apply: No, I’m not an attorney, nor do I play one on television. Here’s my interpretation.
January 28, 2009Posted by on
The economy is on practically everyone’s mind these days. We know we’re in for a bumpy ride over the next several months, and perhaps even years. Everywhere we turn, organizations are “battening down the hatches”, learning to do more with less. One way to do that is to evaluate our tools as well as our approaches to some of the routine tasks that we perform.
August 5, 2008Posted by on
“How do I fix xyz?”
Thinking about how to troubleshoot reminds me of trying to fix my leaky shower.
March 15, 2007Posted by on
David Williams from Paradigm ERP is a frequent LawsonGuru Letter Guest Spot contributer. He also has a blog on Lawson ProcessFlow. Read more of this post
January 3, 2007Posted by on
Does Lawson’s software suck? Read more of this post
September 14, 2006Posted by on
ProcessFlow. Most Lawson clients don’t understand it. You may not even realize that you own it. Or appreciate its potential. Read more of this post
July 1, 2003Posted by on
At CUE in April, I got to meet with some folks from Lawson’s technology group who are working on adding web services capabilities to Lawson. I truly believe this will change the way you work with Lawson some time in the not-so-distant future. Think I’m nuts?
December 1, 2002Posted by on
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) can mean many things. Integrating various applications can be as simple—and "low-tech"—as direct interfaces between systems in your organization.
October 1, 2002Posted by on
For several years, I’ve consulted for a CIO who’s "tagline" is "The right information for the right person at the right time".
That phrase came to mind as I watched one of the most compelling product demos at CUE: Smart Notification. You may have seen the demo or heard about this technology, which Lawson acquired from Keyola (http://www.lawson.com/news/0417keyola.html) just days before CUE 2002.
September 1, 2002Posted by on
I’ve been thinking and reading a lot lately about “process”. Michael Hammer, in his latest book “The Agenda” (ISBN 0-609-60966-1), spells out 9 concepts that companies will need to master in order to survive and thrive. One of them is to transform your organization into a “process enterprise”.