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Industri-Matematik Faces Uphill Climb
Wracked by negative earnings, shifting infrastructure, and pending litigation, Industri-Matematik International Corporation (NASDAQ: IMIC) faces a difficult time in its history. The Stockholm-based Supply Chain Execution (SCE) vendor has experienced a sharp decline in license revenues over the last four quarters, generating a scant $1.6 million in the most recent quarter - its lowest in nearly four years. Hoping to attract new demand for its products, IMI recently unveiled VIVALDI, a suite aggregated from its flagship application, System ESS, newly developed supply chain management components, and recently acquired customer relationship m

ABALON MAYFLOWER: it acquired Stockholm-based vendor Abalon AB for $9.5 million. VIVALDI, its new aggregated suite of global fulfillment and customer service software for e-commerce was announced in May 1999. Incorporating both internally developed modules and acquired products, VIVALDI combines best of breed components in three primary areas: supply chain execution, customer relationship management, and order management. Fig. 1 Vendor Strategy and Trajectory Industri-Matematik primarily targets the consumer packaged
10/1/1999

Industri-Matematik Posts 2Q00 Loss But Sells CRM
Industri-Matematik 2Q00 revenues decreased 21% over the same period last year. More alarming is a four-year decline in license revenues, a trend that IMI hopes to reverse with its new suite, VIVALDI, and IBM.

ABALON MAYFLOWER: management (CRM) software from Abalon, its former flagship suite System ESS, and newly developed products, represents a positive move for IMI, but has yet to find more than a few buyers. With demand for its SCE software at low ebb, IMI is likely to see the majority of its license revenues over the next four quarters derived from the red-hot CRM market. Evidence of this is the joint deal with Ericsson announced to provide CRM software for Volvo s call center division. IMI announced a second deal in
12/8/1999


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