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DEFINITION: A vendor (pronounced VEHN-duhr, from French vendre, meaning to sell) is any person or company that sells goods or services to somone else in the economic production chain. Parts manufacturers are vendors of parts to other manufacturers that assemble the parts into something sold to wholesalers or retailers. Retailers are vendors of products to consumers. (When you have a street fair, the people who  … 
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Decision Matrix: Selecting an Enterprise Content Management Vendor (Competitor Focus)
sponsored by EMC Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Due to demand from enterprises which want to invest in the most appropriate Content Management solution, Datamonitor has developed the ECM Decision Matrix and selection tool.
Posted: 20 May 2008 | Published: 01 Dec 2006

EMC Corporation

Best Practices In Document Management: Five Tests to Evaluate Cloud Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
sponsored by SpringCM
WHITE PAPER: Document management, either as a stand-alone technology or as part of a broader ECM initiative, enables an organization to effectively and efficiently control and leverage its content. This white paper will explore five tests to determine whether your organization can benefit from a Cloud ECM solution.
Posted: 16 Apr 2008 | Published: 01 Jan 2007

SpringCM

Enterprise-Scale Console & Terminal Window Server Session Recording
sponsored by Observe IT
WHITE PAPER: Read this white paper to learn how Windows session recording technology can help verify that 3rd party and internal privileged users are compliant with corporate policy.
Posted: 26 Mar 2008 | Published: 01 Mar 2008

Observe IT

Exception Management and Resolution in SOA-enabled Business Processes
sponsored by Vitria Technology, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: The heart of SOA is the loose coupling of services: this brings about the major benefits of SOA, including flexibility, agility and reuse.
Posted: 12 Mar 2008 | Published: 01 Mar 2007

Vitria Technology, Inc.

Breakaway BPM - A New Era of Business Process Management
sponsored by Metastorm
WHITE PAPER: This white paper explores how to effectively invest in a Business Process Management (BPM) initiative. Learn how to gain the real-time visibility necessary for complete lifecycle process management.
Posted: 19 Feb 2008 | Published: 19 Jul 2007

Metastorm

Oracle® Business Intelligence: Standard Edition One Tutorial
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
PRODUCT LITERATURE: Selecting a business intelligence product that fits all of your organization's needs can be a challenging task. Read this paper to learn about a comprehensive BI solution that can be tailored to any organization.
Posted: 20 Nov 2007 | Published: 01 May 2007

Oracle Corporation

Forget Speeds And Feeds - Outsourcing Today Is All About Your Business
sponsored by OneNeck IT Services
WHITE PAPER: Enterprise Resource Planning has numerous deployment options that involve varying levels of company involvement, efficiency, completeness and cost. Read this white paper that details successful outsourcing models for ERP.
Posted: 24 Aug 2007 | Published: 01 Aug 2007

OneNeck IT Services

Seven Key Questions to Ask Before Moving to Disk-Based Backup
sponsored by ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
PODCAST: There are a number of choices available for disk-based backup. Listen to this Podcast and learn as experts discuss the major points to consider when moving from tape to disk so your move will be more successful.
Posted: 23 Oct 2006 | Premiered: Sep 2, 2008

ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
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VENDORS DEFINITION (continued): … A vendor (pronounced VEHN-duhr, from French vendre, meaning to sell) is any person or company that sells goods or services to somone else in the economic production chain. Parts manufacturers are vendors of parts to other manufacturers that assemble the parts into something sold to wholesalers or retailers. Retailers are vendors of products to consumers. (When you have a street fair, the people who set up booths and tables are often referred to as vendors.) In information technology as well as in other industries, the term is commonly applied to suppliers of goods and services to other companies. A machine that takes your money and gives you a product is known as a vending machine.
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