A 91-year old woman at the swimming pool is a frequent opponent of mine in the game, Rummikub. For some reason, last week, she looked at me and spouted, "You're just a baby. I'm twice your age." I replied, "Oh, so you're 133?" ... A man in Rogue River, Ore., recently found pot in a portable toilet.
HighJump has developed an integration for its AccellosOne Warehouse Management System and Sage X3 ERP. HighJump said more than 100 Sage users have purchased the company's product for inventory control and order fulfillment. Sage has also selected AccellosOne WMS as an endorsed product.
Exact has changed the domain names for the websites of its three North American manufacturing software websites. Surprisingly, the change has been to remove the word "Exact" from the domains. The domains are now Macola.com, JobBoss.com and MAX4ERP.com. I have an inquiry to public relations of the Netherlands-based company but have not had a response yet.
Questions about Oracle's pending purchase of NetSuite have the industry pondering the impact. And one of those has to been what Oracle will do with the NetSuite channel. Oracle has said it will continue to develop the NetSuite product line, along with its own applications. But that cannot be too comforting to the NetSuite channel and there is evidence NetSuite VARs are nervous enough to approach other vendors.
Crystal Mascareno, VP for Sage X3 in North America, has left the company for Seal Software after nine months. I probably would not report this change but her hiring was reported by me on November 19 in an article about changes in the X3 management structure, a group that had drawn reseller criticism. Mascareno was with Sage from August 2015 through April 2016.