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Meet SoftElegance at Automation Technology Expo East 2011

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SoftElegance will be an exhibitor at Automation Technology Expo in New York, June 7-9 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

ATX East is the resource event to see leading automation suppliers showcase the latest lean manufacturing, cost reduction, and enhanced productivity products and technologies.

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SoftElegance’s booth number is #2954. Please feel free to visit our booth, or contact us to receive your personal invitation to visit SoftElegance at ATX East 2011.

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SoftElegance has started to use SplendidCRM in trial mode

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SoftElegance has started to use the SplendidCRM in trial mode. At the moment we are using Community edition with MS SQL Sever 2008. After the first month we will consider to use or not SplendidCRM and the version in case it could cover our requirements.


SplendidCRM is a Microsoft-centric open-source customer relationship management application. It was written in C# using the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

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Microsoft Upstream Reference Architecture review

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This week we would like to introduce you the Microsoft Upstream Reference Architecture (MURA). It describes a set of foundational “pillars,” or principles. These govern an architecture structure – a performance-oriented IT infrastructure, providing an enhanced user experience, optimizing a domain-specific infrastructure, creating a rich application platform, and achieving comprehensive interoperability.

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This descriptive approach provides an agreed-upon set of principles to establish consistent performance, while also allowing for flexibility that companies need to innovate and establish competitive differences.

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The benefits of SaaS (Software as a Service)

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SoftElegance has several projects of the development ‘Software as a Service‘ platforms for wild range of industries e.g. drilling, retail, manufacturing, and so on. Latest months we started to receive RFP’s (Request for Proposal) which contains the requirements: “software architecture should be SaaS model.” or similar to this. So what are the business benefits using SaaS?


Today we tries do discover what other people think about SaaS architecture. And we would like to represent you Richard Thurston’s, business technology journalist who specialises in networks and telecommunications, “The benefits of SaaS” whiteparer.

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SoftElegance Develops a Toughbook Material Handling Application to Enhance Storage Facility Productivity

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Manufacturing companies can now use reliable, wireless Panasonic Toughbook devices to improve yard communications, inventory management, and outdoor material tracking and reporting.

Panasonic Toughbooks are making industry easier: these devices are being used in warehouses, manufacturing plants, complex storage yard stretching several square miles, and indoor and outdoor warehouses where raw and refined products are stored. Forklift-mounted Toughbooks are also being used in the industry to help track product and inventory movement between locations.


Many manufacturing companies use manual processes to track inventory and provide project status updates. Over the years, these traditional methods have proven to be inefficient, costly, and time consuming for yard and shop employees, In the yard, lost inventory and products that can’t be located can negatively impact profitability. And, without a reliable way to track how many moves are made around the yard in a given day, many organizations lose money because they cannot determine the optimal number of employees and forklifts required for route optimization.

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Enterprise Social Software helps enterprises share & discover knowledge

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For the uninitiated, enterprise social software (ESS) applications provide some of the same features that social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube offer, but customized to the enterprise with real-time collaboration features. These applications also offer web 2.0 capabilities through blogs and wikis, but with enterprise-class integration, security and management.

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The term “enterprise social software” generally describes this class of tools. As of 2006, “Enterprise 2.0” had become a catchier term, sometimes used to describe social and networked changes to enterprises, which often includes social software (but may transcend social software, social collaboration and software).

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Enterprise-print environment business whitepaper by Xerox

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Cost Savings – Fact-based Strategies to Deliver Measurable Results

Here we would like to present you a snapshot from the Xerox’s webcast for Enterprise-print environment business.

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To realize savings in the Enterprise-print environment business will need to gain control of an area where none many exist today. Most organizations believe that they spend far more than they need on printing, but few know the actual cost.
This webcast featuring by:

  • Ashby Lowry, Vice President and General Manager, North American Enterprise Print Services, Xerox Global Services
  • Jim Joyce, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Print Services, Xerox Global Services
  • Debra L. Bulkeley, Senior Managing Editor, IDG Enterprise Custom Solutions Group

will discuss the types of cost savings business can achieve through better managing their print environment and what they need to know to get started.

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Key principles for business-driven development

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From The Rational Edge: As a major update of IBM Rational’s six best practices for software development, this summary description articulates a new set of principles that characterize a mature approach to the creation, deployment, and evolution of software-intensive systems.

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What’s new in .NET Framework 4.0 for business?

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Of course new .NET Framework 4.0 has features that could be used by developers mostly.
In general for business .NET 4.0 Framework main focus is on performance and security improvement.
There are some features that could be useful for end users, development enterprise and business application, business application design and architecture.

– Memory-Mapped Files.
The .NET Framework now supports memory-mapped files. Developers can use memory-mapped files to edit very large files and to create shared memory for interprocess communication.

– 64-Bit Operating Systems and Processes.
Developers can identify 64-bit operating systems and processes. This will increase performance of both server and desktop side application.

– Client Profile.
Main features is integration with MS Office applications. All Office 2007 and Office 2010 project templates.

– Integrated Windows Authentication.
A lot of existing troubles with authentication could be solver.

– Networking performance.
Support for Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal using IPv6 and Teredo.

– Windows Workflow Foundation
This tools could be used for UML modeling. It could help software architects to design business architecture and describe business logic.
The main feature is Workflow Activity Model also known as ‘Activity diagram’ with rich composite activity options and Built-In Activity Library.

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