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J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year
On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company announced its return to profitability in Q4 2000, a sign the market may be buying into its Internet collaboration approach

1b  D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year P.J. Jakovljevic - January 11, 2001 Event Summary On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), one of the biggest providers of enterprise applications, reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended October 31, 2000. License fee revenue grew to $137.4 million in Q4, 2000, a 36% increase over license fee revenue of $101.1 million in Q4 1999 (See Figure 1). It Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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SAP to Acquire Ariba, Expand Cloud Presence - First Impressions
SAP and Ariba apparently have good poker faces, since during their recent user events, AribaLIVE 2012 and SAPPHIRE NOW 2012, there was no inkling of this

1b  will be close to $1B, which is some serious cloud cred, albeit still only 4% of SAP's total revenues (over $20B). More importantly, Ariba brings critical know-how and painstaking experience of how a traditional on-premise software vendor successfully transitions into a true multitenant cloud software provider (SuccessFactors has always been a cloud-only vendor). For its part, I think that SAP can contribute a lot with its mobility, big data analytics (e.g., supplier-buyer performance, recommendations Read More...
Geac Lives By Acquisitions; Will It Die By An Acquisition?
After a slew of acquisitions in the past, which have had varied outcomes, Geac seems to be grooming itself to become an attractive acquisition target. This is

1b  tier 1 companies (with $100M-$1B in revenue), within the following industries: Library Systems; Construction Systems; Property Management Systems; Hospitality Systems; Public Safety Systems; Publishing Systems; Manufacturing & Distribution Systems; Real Estate Systems; Cash & Securities Reconciliation Solutions. We also generally recommend including JBA System 21 in a long list of an enterprise application selection to mid-market and low-end Tier 1 companies (with $50M-$1B in revenue), within the Read More...
Geac Announces Q3 Results and Acquires CRM Vendor
Geac Computer Corporation Limited announced its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended January 31, 2000. Geac also announced it has

1b  tier 1 companies (with $100M-$1B in revenue), based on a very deep understanding of customers' needs within the following industries: Library Systems; Construction Systems; Property Management Systems; Hospitality Systems; Public Safety Systems; Publishing Systems; Manufacturing & Distribution Systems; Real Estate Systems; Cash & Securities Reconciliation Solutions. Other industries might also benefit from evaluating the above-mentioned Geac point solution, bearing in mind inevitable integration issues Read More...
Customer Relationship Management Strategies Part One: Changing Your Approach
Mid-sized companies have the agility of small businesses, and are resource-rich enough to handle CRM implementation. However, without comprehensive planning

1b  Immigration Department exceeded its H-1B visa capacity for the 1999 fiscal year by 115,000. However, in 2003, the US Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) decreased the number of H-1B visa by half. Ultimately, these moves affected many companies in their decision to build or buy. In 1999, Enron set its goal to be the world's largest energy company and by spring of 2002, Enron stocks were trading at over $90 (USD) a share. Ensuing scandal and the downfall of other giants such as World Com and Read More...
IFS Has A Magic Growth Formula; But What About Profitability?
In November, IFS, a business applications vendor with headquarters in Linkoping, Sweden, reported results for Q3 2000. IFS will enter 2001 with a new product

1b  tier 1 companies (with $50M-$1B in revenue) within its industries of focus. IFS worldwide has identified eight key vertical markets which are: aerospace & defense, telecommunications, repetitive/automotive, engineering and project delivery, internet entrepreneurs, service management, energy and utilities, and forest segments. In the USA, however, the focus is on only the first six verticals mentioned. IFS is also a good candidate for technologically aggressive organizations that need a highly Read More...
5 Keys to Automated Data Interchange
The number of mid-market manufacturers and other businesses using electronic data interchange (EDI) is expanding—and with it, the need to integrate EDI data

1b  per year but below $1B) have bought new ERP systems. As mid-market companies bring new and expanded ERP systems in-house they are beginning to face the same challenges that were once the exclusive domain of large enterprises. One of these requirements is the need to integrate data received via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) into their newly acquired ERP and accounting systems. The benefits of EDI integration are well established and quantifiable both for major companies and for growing midmarket Read More...
Intentia’s Growing Pains
In May Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Intentia International AB announced a strategic alliance. Earlier, in April, Intentia reported results of its first quarter in

1b  Tier 1 companies (with $50M-$1B in revenue) within the following industries: Automotive; Aviation; Furniture; Fashion; Food and Beverage; Paper; Pharmaceuticals; Steel; Wholesale and Retail. Potential clients in North America, however, should conduct thorough research on industry expertise and reference sites of a regional Intentia office or an affiliate service provider when Intentia is included in the selection process. We also encourage existing and potential users to familiarize themselves with the Read More...
Geac Metamorphosises JBA Into Gear, but Cuts 20% of Staff
On November 12, Geac Computer unveiled its plan to turn its UK-based JBA Holdings acquisition into a new division, dubbed Gear, that will focus on the midrange

1b  Tier 1 companies (with $50M-$1B in revenue), within the following industries: Automotive Components, Apparel & Footwear, Beverage, Food, and Electronics. However, until the merger is consummated, any organization evaluating JBA should exercise moderate caution and consider existing functionality only. Read More...
Benchmarking ERP in SMB
Many small companies have limited resources to devote to the implementation and maintenance of enterprise resource planning (ERP). Fortunately, the price

1b  $495,000 $1,056,667 $2,537 Over $1billion 1,485 $1,137,500 $1,535 $1,562,500 $2,700,000 $3,278 But size of company and number of users doesn't necessarily tell the whole story. Aberdeen therefore set out to determine the cost per percentage point of functionality deployed by company size and saw a steady decline in the cost per percentage of functionality used as more and more functionality was deployed (Table 4). Once a threshold is reached and dues are paid, payback multiplies as ERP penetrates more Read More...

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