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Five Hot Idea Memes for Startups in 2011

Tweet Rafe Needleman at C|net just published an interesting piece on the best startup ideas from 2011. Net-net, he says the following trends made it big through a variety of startups: 1) A focus on bringing technology to the physical world: Products that reach outside the digital realm and enable interactions with the physical world in [...]

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The Power of Distribution

Tweet I was in the US on a business trip when I walked into one of my favourite grocery stores over a lazy’ish weekend. This was a large regional chain that has hundreds of locations and huge stores. The variety of products they carry is pretty wide ranging and I usually find I can get [...]

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Systems Ltd. signs app development contract with Government of Pakistan

Tweet Business may or may not be slowing up in the US, but software companies certainly seem to be picking up customers in Pakistan at a regular clip. On the heels of several ERP implementations by Aisha Steel, Dow University and others, Systems Ltd. has now announced that the Government of Pakistan’s welfare arm, Bait-ul-Maal, [...]

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Oracle gaining market share in Pakistan with International Industries and Wi-tribe wins

Tweet It’s not just SAP that’s rockin’ the house as far as the local market goes. Oracle is making waves too. Two significant deals were closed by Oracle recently, Wi-tribe, the third largest WiMAX service provider in Pakistan, and International Industries, a conglomerate. Previously, Oracle’s Peoplesoft solution has been adopted by several educational institutions in [...]

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IBM Pakistan launches Lotus Workforce and Talent Solutions

Tweet IBM, as you might have noticed, have continued to invest heavily in the Pakistani market and broaden their  software offerings.  Most recently they announced the Pakistan launch of Lotus Workforce and Talent solutions, an extension to IBM’s ERP and HRM offerings. The application is a web based tool implemented in J2EE that will allow [...]

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Siemens Pakistan's SAP business going great guns

Tweet Siemens has been doing numerous SAP implementations in Pakistan over the years. The very first implementation at Packages Ltd. was started back in 2003. In the intervening 5 years, even though other services firms have been deploying SAP solutions also, Siemens has gone to the very top of the list in terms of number [...]

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Dow University in Karachi implements Peoplesoft

Tweet The Daily Times reports that the Dow University in Karachi has implemented an Oracle/PeopleSoft Enterprise Campus Solution. This includes a student portal, access for professors and administration. Some of the more often used features include self-service workflows like registering for classes, checking scores and so on. For more information on this ERP system, you [...]

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Chinese Auto company, Plum Qingqi, chooses Pakistani ERP software

Tweet AutoPlus ERP Software, developed by Pakistan-based Acrologix, is being implemented by Chinese auto-manufacturer, Qingqi. This ERP software was developed under a PSEB (Pakistan Software Export Board) program that seeks to promote the use of locally developed software in a variety of different industries. As the first step, five verticals were chosen for which low-cost [...]

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