TEAM Global News

  • TEAM Global BIRT
    BIRT is an Eclipse-based open sourced reporting tool/system for web applications, especially those based on Java and Java EE. The BIRT development environment includes a report designer, a charting engine, and a runtime environment. You can use BIRT to create chart, list, table, and crosstab reports to display data sets. You can also develop more complex reports by using scripts.

    BIRT Report Engine is a tool for viewing reports. The BIRT Report Engine produces a report in HTML, CSV, PPT, Excel or PDF format so you can view that report in your browser. The BIRT Report Engine is embedded on your

  • TEAM Global Cognos
    Cognos business intelligence (BI) is designed to enable business users without technical knowledge to assemble reports and analyze and extract data. It helps understand, monitor and manage business performance which includes business reporting & analysis, profitability measurement, budgeting, forecasting optimization and cost management.

    It provides your organization become competitive and analytics-driven. This software is designed to help your organization make the decisions that achieve positive impact on business growth and to achieve better business outcomes—for now and in the future.
  • TEAM Global Ushers In EAM to Philippine Market
    Virginia-based Tagg Enterprise Applications Manager Global or TEAM Global as the company prefers to be known, has recently brought the power of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) to the Philippine market. TEAM Global, which has similar operations in several countries, aims to help local companies and agencies maximize the value and performance of their fixed, physical or capital assets by incorporating EAM methods and practices into their management strategies. In the process, greatly enhancing their ability to achieve their corporate objectives and improve their financial performance.
  • Firm brings EAM to RP
    International IT firm Taggs Enterprises Applications Manager (TEAM) Global recently brought the power of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) into the Philippine market. Spearheaded by a small group of Filipino IT experts, this move hopes to help various companies and agencies in the country through EAM's power to maximize the performance of their fixed, physical or capital assets that have direct and significant impact on achieving corporate objectives.
  • After The Handover
    As the transfer of power in Iraq nears, the U.S.-led authority prepares to turn over tools to manage the assets being rebuilt The technology behind the asset-management system would look familiar to many U.S. IT managers, built around Oracle's database, project software, and 11i business applications. That system is connected through IBM WebSphere middleware to other engineering, construction, and asset-management applications, such as MRO Software Inc.'s Maximo program, and project-management software from Primavera Systems Inc. It's housed on servers located in the Program Management Office in Baghdad and is mirrored at a site in Virginia to permit remote management and updates.

    Connecting the various components that comprise the system was relatively easy, Plockmeyer says. The tough part was adding additional code that allows it to accommodate inputs and generate information in three languages. "I've never seen anything like it in all my years of computing," says Mike Gray, CIO at Total Resource Management, which the coalition tapped to build and implement the system under a contract with an initial value of $1.9 million. "It's totally unique," says Gray, a computer-science Ph.D. and 25-year industry veteran.
  • Introducing Actuate 8
    Actuate 8 is the industry�s first real-time Enterprise Reporting Application Platform.

    With integrated Enterprise Information Integration (EII) capabilities, Actuate 8 supports the development and deployment of Enterprise Reporting Applications that provide comprehensive, real-time visibility into operational performance.

    Actuate 8 extends the data warehouse by providing users with on-demand access to information integrated from varied and disparate sources including ERP and CRM applications, data warehouses, legacy systems as well as XML and ODBC-based data sources.

    The improved timeliness and enhanced completeness of information delivered through Actuate 8 maximizes the data�s relevance, thereby promoting 100% adoption of decision-making information by users.
  • e-Wise Technology beats World's Largest IT Companies for $8 million Water Utilities Contract
    Technology from Australian mobile front office software specialist, e-Wise, has edged out competing solutions from many of the leading global IT players in recent tenders at four Australian water utilities.

    Contracts worth $8 million for the implementation of enterprise wide service request and despatching technology from e-Wise have been let since the beginning of 2003. The technology, called FOCUS (Field Operations Case Utility System) is being implemented at Brisbane Water, City West Water, Barwon Water and Yarra Valley Water. All four utilities intend to deploy FOCUS across the enterprise and the contracts all have an ongoing software maintenance and support component.