Web 2.0 with AS/400
How to use the old ERP to create useful
services for our customers.
Francesco Fullone, Ideato.it
ff AT...
Who am I

Francesco Fullone aka Fullo

- PHP developer since 1999
- GrUSP President
- PHP and Open Source Evangelist
- CEO...
How many of
you have an
  AS/400?
A lot of Italian
companies use AS/400
 for their own business.
Change the logics to
manage the data of ERPs
 is not cheap or easy.
MOREOVER
They need to
 be more flexibles
       and to
embrace the change.
To manage their data
       freely.
Like in the Web
       2.0.
The web 2.0 is not
(only) twitter, facebook,
  blogs or whatever.
It is discussion.
Between people.
And software.
And software.
Move your ERPs data
  to the web 2.0
    philosophy.
Create with simple
   tasks great
 improvements.
Your production
provisioning to a
   Rss/Feed?
Allow your retailer to
better manage the
     logistics.
Less costs to manage
 the returned goods.
Less unplaced
  products.
Allow your supplier to
reserve the needed
   amount of raw
 materials for your
      business.
No more late delivery
 issue due to supplier
  under provisioning.
No more unsatisfied
    customers.
One of the
easiest way?
?
Francesco Fullone
      ff AT ideato.it
     skype: ffullone




  via Quinto Bucci 205
   47023 Cesena (FC)
     info AT ...
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    1. 1. Web 2.0 with AS/400 How to use the old ERP to create useful services for our customers. Francesco Fullone, Ideato.it ff AT ideato.it
    2. 2. Who am I Francesco Fullone aka Fullo - PHP developer since 1999 - GrUSP President - PHP and Open Source Evangelist - CEO @ - Proud member of - Nerd and geek
    3. 3. How many of you have an AS/400?
    4. 4. A lot of Italian companies use AS/400 for their own business.
    5. 5. Change the logics to manage the data of ERPs is not cheap or easy.
    6. 6. MOREOVER
    7. 7. They need to be more flexibles and to embrace the change.
    8. 8. To manage their data freely.
    9. 9. Like in the Web 2.0.
    10. 10. The web 2.0 is not (only) twitter, facebook, blogs or whatever.
    11. 11. It is discussion.
    12. 12. Between people.
    13. 13. And software.
    14. 14. And software.
    15. 15. Move your ERPs data to the web 2.0 philosophy.
    16. 16. Create with simple tasks great improvements.
    17. 17. Your production provisioning to a Rss/Feed?
    18. 18. Allow your retailer to better manage the logistics.
    19. 19. Less costs to manage the returned goods.
    20. 20. Less unplaced products.
    21. 21. Allow your supplier to reserve the needed amount of raw materials for your business.
    22. 22. No more late delivery issue due to supplier under provisioning.
    23. 23. No more unsatisfied customers.
    24. 24. One of the easiest way?
    25. 25. ?
    26. 26. Francesco Fullone ff AT ideato.it skype: ffullone via Quinto Bucci 205 47023 Cesena (FC) info AT ideato.it www.ideato.it more info @
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