Advanced Protheus Language, language or technological platform used by the Microsiga division and some of its partners in the development of Protheus.
Application Service Provider, hardware rental and software hosting service.
Business Intelligence, group of tools that summarizes analytical data and presents it in a linear and graphic format.
Balanced Scorecard, management model created by Kaplan and Norton that helps organizations translate their strategies into quantifiable operational objectives.
Business to Business, indicates sales relations among companies.
Business to Consumer, indicates sales relations between companies and consumers.
Telemarketing, sales over the telephone, customer care, help desk, CTI and Field Service Management, considered conjunctively.
Capability Maturity Model Integration, the standardized model of quality control used in software development processes, with five levels of maturity.
Data processing center (Centro de Processamento de Dados).
Permanent Results Center (Centro Permanente de Resultados).
Customer Relationship Management, tool that manages relationships with clients.
Computer-Telephony Integration, solutions that give a computer the capacity to operate as a Call Center, receiving calls and transferring them to people and devices.
Data base organized to offer decision-making support.
Specialized version of Data Warehouse, which works with a more specific scope of data.
Enterprise Relationship Management, software that analyzes available data about clients and the use of products and services offered by a company.
Enterprise Resource Planning, a system that integrates all the departments and divisions of a business into one software.
Field Service Management
Process and information optimization concept, according to the client’s perspective. Usually involves CRM software combinations, wireless applications and data base with the client’s relationship history. Also known as technical assistance.
Internal Control Enterprise, a system that manages corporate risks.
Data base produced by Informix, an IBM group business.
Software that compiles and analyzes information originating from operational applications, such as the ERP that helps manage companiesÂ´ tactical and strategic levels.
Internal information network based on internet technology.
Global computer network that provides information in hypertext form.
A kind of programming language.
Learning Management System, a monitoring and management system of courses conducted off-site.
A product is localized when, at the end of a process of approximately 3 years, it is adapted to the language, culture and local specificities of a certain region or country.
Logix Query Report, software for the formatting and extraction of reports.
Supply Chain Management, system in charge of the management of logistics.
Solutions Systems Developers.
People who can simultaneously access a certain software system. The number of Users consists of the metric used in the software sector to define the softwareÂ´s utilization capacity.
Specific industrial module that provides additional capacity made specifically for a certain type of business.
Technological platform currently used by the Logocenter division for the development of Logix, owned by Four J’s Development Tools Ltd.