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While it’s not exactly a British invasion, in the past year two U.K.-based vendors of multichannel order management and fulfillment software, MNP and Omnica, have established beachheads in the U.S
The hot topic in systems is the July 1 deadline for meeting the requirements of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI-SSC) and its
We have just two months before systems will need to be proven data-secure. Direct commerce order management systems that accept credit card numbers for
The Payment Application Data Security Standard casts a large shadow over the order management system landscape this year. PA-DSS will be an even bigger
How to Get Your Site Up to Speed With PA-DSS Compliance Before the July 1, 2010 Deadline
Every merchant would in theory want to achieve true multichannel integration. The major benefits to this range from improved customer satisfaction and
There are two basic routes to true multi-channel integration.
The British are coming! Or rather, the British software systems are starting to make their way to U.S. shores. Two systems making their debut on our annual
Two systems making their debut on Multichannel Merchant’s upcoming annual software roundup are imports from the U.K.: 1) Omnica, a new solution developed on the Microsoft Axapta platform, and represented in this country by nFocus in Deerfield, IL; and 2) the ActiveSeries, a suite of veteran SQL/Server applications installed in several dozen U.K. facilities, represented here by Datamann in Wilder, VT.
“Software on demand.” “Software as a service.” “Hosted solutions.” They’re all different names for the same thing — using business applications that are maintained off-site, either by the software vendor or at a secure third-party location, and using the system on some type of pay-as-you-go basis. There’s no consensus on the term quite yet, even […]
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