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New Plan, 13% Layoffs, Mark Concur’s Third Quarter Disappointment
Concur Technologies announced its expected Q2 revenues. Its reaction to the inevitable disappointment has been more than trimming – plastic surgery might be a

13 quarter  Quarter Disappointment New Plan, 13% Layoffs, Mark Concur's Third Quarter Disappointment D. Geller - June 13, 2000 Event Summary Concur Technologies, Inc. expects third quarter revenues between $12.8 million and $14 million. These numbers are lower than Wall Street analyst estimates. Further, the company's loss is now expected to be larger than analyst estimates of 70 cents per share (approximately $17.5 million). By comparison, Concur's Q2 revenues were $10.8 million with a net loss of $19.3 million. In

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Supply Chain Shorts for the Week of December 13, 2013


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13 quarter  the Week of December 13, 2013 A round-up of news from Syspro, American Software, and SERUS. SYSPRO I had the pleasure this week of seeing SYSPRO . While Joey Benedetti and Harold Katz always bring some terrific insights with them, this week SYSPRO’s Scott McMaster, who is national sales manager, came prepared to talk about the SMB food space like an analyst. Of course, we have always known about SYSPRO takes a passionate approach to small-to-midsize manufacturing. This coming year SYSPRO intends to Read More

Ross Systems’ Renaissance Yet to Happen


In April Ross Systems, Inc., a supplier of enterprise systems, announced financial results for its third quarter of fiscal 2000. In May Ross Systems’ announced its Chairman and CEO, Dennis Vohs will retire as CEO at the end of the company’s fiscal year on June 30, 2000.

13 quarter  P.J. Jakovljevic - June 13, 2000 Event Summary As announced in the press release from May 17, Ross Systems' Chairman and CEO, Dennis Vohs will retire as CEO at the end of the company's fiscal year on June 30, 2000. J. Patrick (Pat) Tinley, has been selected as the new President and CEO. Mr. Tinley has over 22 years of experience in the software industry. During the last twelve months, he has successfully orchestrated the transition of the company to an e-Commerce solution provider. Pat has restructured Read More

Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement


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13 quarter  D. Geller - November 13, 2000 Event Summary Financial announcements from the end of their most recent quarters had a number of e-procurement vendors singing happily. Figures 1 and 2 both show the revenues for four leading pure-play companies: Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA) Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) Purchase Pro (NASDAQ: PPRO) Figure 1 also shows the percentage increase over the revenues for the previous quarter; Figure 2 shows the increase over the same quarter a year ago. These Read More

Prophet 21 First Quarter Revenues Suffer But Pipeline Grows


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13 quarter  S. McVey - December 13, 2000 Event Summary Prophet 21 recently announced financial results for its first quarter of fiscal 2001 ending September 30, 2000. Revenue from new license sales and hardware sales plummeted 68% to $1.8 million from the previous quarter ended June 30, 2000. Total revenue decreased 39% to $8.2 million from the previous quarter. Earnings also dropped sharply into negative territory for the first time since the same quarter of the previous year. Figure 1. Over the past five years, Read More

After Strong Game, Logility Suffers Fourth Quarter Loss


Despite a strong year in which Logility restored its license revenue, the company expects to close out the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000 with a net loss.

13 quarter  Strong Game, Logility Suffers Fourth Quarter Loss After Strong Game, Logility Suffers Fourth Quarter Loss S. McVey - June 14, 2000 Event Summary Business-to-business collaborative planning software vendor Logility, Inc. reported results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000. Total revenues were $6.9 million, a 21% decline compared to total revenue of $7.8 million for the quarter ended January 31, 2000. For the first time in over a year, Logility reported a net loss of $646,000 for the quarter due Read More

SAP Remains Solid While Transitioning


On July 20, SAP AG, the leading provider of enterprise business software applications, announced its results for the quarter ended June 30, 2000. Despite an 18% decrease of net income, a notable increase of license revenue in all markets worldwide was encouraging.

13 quarter  Africa (EMEA) revenues increased 13% to E708 million. Breaking out license revenues for the quarter: the Americas grew 33% to E215 million, APA were up 197% to E89 million and EMEA decreased 4% to E250 million. The sales strength of mySAP.com picked up further pace in the second quarter, said Henning Kagermann, Co-Chairman and CEO of SAP AG. Our US organization has quickly refocused its efforts to take advantage of increased market demand. In addition, demand in the Asia Pacific region was Read More

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Business Objects Outguns Brio Technology in Patent Dispute


On September 13, Business Objects and Brio Technology announced that they had settled a patent infringement suit. Brio technology will be forced to pay an undisclosed sum to Business Objects, and to acknowledge the validity of Business Objects' U.S. patent.

13 quarter  Summary SAN JOSE, Sept 13 /Business Wire/ -- Business Objects (NASDAQ: BOBJ) and Brio Technology (NASDAQ: BRYO) today announced the settlement of their pending patent litigation involving Business Objects' United States patent number 5,555,403 entitled Relational Database Access System Using Semantically Dynamic Objects. Under the agreement, the detailed terms of which are confidential: -- Brio acknowledges the validity of Business Objects' US patent number 5,555,403 -- Brio will pay an undisclosed sum Read More

Geac Awakens On Its Deathbed - Part 1: Event Summary


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Wet Quarter Postpones Amazon's Desiccation While Kmart Drowns


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13 quarter  Quarter Postpones Amazon's Desiccation While Kmart Drowns Event Summary The market is confused again. Just when the notion that anything associated with online, dot-com', or prefixed with e' or i' meant a pass, non-viable business model, the logic was reversed by the recent financial reports of prominent representatives of both clicks' and bricks' camps. On January 22, Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN), one of the first online retailers (e-tailers) and the company used perennially as an example of a failed and Read More

Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid


On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, and on February 8, Baan sold its Coda financial applications unit to UK firm Science Systems for the bargain basement price of $50 million in cash.

13 quarter  Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid P.J. Jakovljevic - February 25th, 2000 Event Summary On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, in line with the profit warning that the Dutch business software giant issued last month. The loss compares to a loss of $295 million in the same period of 1998. On a per-share basis, the company lost $1.06, compared to a Read More

Will QAD Finally Get The Break (-Even)?


On May 30, QAD reported financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2002. Although not quite turning the corner, the business seems to be stabilizing against the backdrop of the economic slowdown, the fierce competition from the bigger vendors and the plight of many of its peers.

13 quarter  first quarter coming in 13% lower than year-ago levels. While QAD, along with other software vendors, has been affected by the current slowdown in corporate IT spending, we nevertheless achieved stable revenue in what is seasonally a soft quarter, said Karl Lopker, QAD's chief executive officer. We were also pleased that we generated positive cash flow of approximately $7 million from operations in the quarter, reflecting the health and efficiency of our business model in such a challenging business en Read More

QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent


On November 23, QAD Inc. reported that its total revenue for the third fiscal quarter ended October 31, 1999, rose 56 percent to $56.7 million, from $36.4 million in the same quarter last year. License revenue was $20.6 million, an increase of 21 percent compared with $17.1 million in the prior-year period. Excluding non-recurring tax charges totaling $1.3 million, QAD reported a net loss for the third fiscal quarter of $3.2 million, or $0.11 diluted loss per share. Including the $1.3 million of non-recurring tax charges, QAD's net loss for the third quarter was $4.5 million, or $0.15 diluted loss per share. This compares with last year's

13 quarter  Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent Event Summary Karl F. Lopker, QAD's Chief Executive Officer, stated, Our third-quarter growth was due to a number of key strategies that are now showing results. They include: our geographic expansion made through acquisitions, the continued expanding demand for services from QAD's Global Services Business and the growing demand for our Web-enabled MFG/PRO 9.0. In addition, the alignment of our cost structures with target levels has been completed. Read More

USWEB Weaves Great Quarter, turns up the heat in the Market Place


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13 quarter  1996 a market of $13.8B for 2000, but this figure is (80%-90%) likely to be at least $20B and possibly as high as $30B. This is a possible indication the market is larger than anticipated in dollar terms. USWEB/CKS sees the trend of larger engagements continuing over the next year, with the size of engagements reaching $15M in phased projects, and requiring a full spectrum of services. Providing full spectrum services gives USWEB/CKS a much more highly leveragable business model, providing end-to-end Read More