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Adexa, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Adexa features planning, modeling, and collaboration technologies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California (US), Adexa has three offices in

adexa  Inc. Founded in 1994, Adexa features planning, modeling, and collaboration technologies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California (US), Adexa has three offices in the United States and eight international offices across Canada, Asia, and Europe. Its global customer base includes over eighty Fortune 2000 industry leaders including General Motors, Hitachi, Johnson and Johnson, Maytag, Philips, Siemens,Teijin Limited, Unilever, Xerox, Firmenich, and AMD. Read More...
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FreeMarkets’ Surprise Acquisition of Adexa Leaves Many Heads Shaking
The direct sourcing vendor’s move may have adverse side effects for investors and customers.

adexa  Surprise Acquisition of Adexa Leaves Many Heads Shaking FreeMarkets’ Surprise Acquisition of Adexa Leaves Many Heads Shaking S. McVey - March 1, 2001 Event Summary In a move that stunned many in the IT community, auction site enabler FreeMarkets agreed to acquire supply chain management software vendor Adexa for $340 million in stock. A privately held company, Adexa had been preparing an initial public offering since last year, one that most industry analysts predicted would be successful. Read More...
Adexa Prepares To Step Into The Spotlight
From its roots in advanced planning and scheduling, Adexa, Inc. has emerged as a strong player in the business-to-business collaboration software market. With

adexa  Step Into The Spotlight Adexa Prepares To Step Into The Spotlight S, McVey - May 30, 2000 Vendor Genesis From its roots in advanced planning and scheduling, Adexa, Inc. has emerged as a strong challenger in the business-to-business collaboration software market. Based in Los Angeles, California, Adexa, formerly known as Paragon Management Systems, was founded in 1994 by Dr. K. Cyrus Hadavi and his brother Kameron. While working for i2 Technologies, Hadavi found that most supply chain management Read More...
eGPS
The Adexa Enterprise Global Planning System (eGPS) is a suite of eleven integrated solutions. It delivers an enterprise business planning solution

adexa  The Adexa Enterprise Global Planning System (eGPS) is a suite of eleven integrated solutions. It delivers an enterprise business planning solution encompassing supply chain planning, event and enterprise performance management, and intelligent collaboration. Adexa gives a local and global view of supply and demand requirements and constraints, and provides insights for optimization. Event management capabilities issues alerts about issues through KPI reports, alerts, and messages. eGPS business Read More...
Adexa Collaborative Sales, Inventory, and Operations Planner
Business plans need to be built on a foundation of solid intelligence: knowing what’s coming means you can plan responses proactively. Thus, in order to build a

adexa  Collaborative Sales, Inventory, and Operations Planner Business plans need to be built on a foundation of solid intelligence: knowing what’s coming means you can plan responses proactively. Thus, in order to build a solid sales and operations plan, constraints through the entire supply chain need to be considered. Improving operational efficiency requires that you have the right inventory, in the right quantity, at the right time. Read More...
i2 Technologies Lives Life In The Fast Lane
i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $751 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 105

adexa  SCM vendors like Logility, Adexa, and SynQuest will continue to find customers for their more targeted products, in some cases stealing them from i2, but will operate in the interstices between the larger enterprise vendors. Among ERP vendors, SAP and Oracle are i2's main competition in the advanced planning and scheduling (APS) space. Prior to SAP APO, i2 and the other SCM vendors could count on license revenues from selling superior APS modules to clients frustrated by the lack of depth found in ERP Read More...
Thru-Put Announces Features For New APS Release
Internet collaboration is all the rage and SCM vendors are web enabling client/server-based applications in an effort to retain current customers and entice

adexa  as i2 Technologies and Adexa; while PTP, a relatively new buzzword, has already been addressed by some leading vendors, most notably Oracle Corporation. In concept, Profitable-To-Promise (PTP) allows companies to calculate costs associated with alternative order promising, thereby quantifying the effects on profitability. Unfortunately, profitability decomposed into an individual order level may not be what most manufacturers are interested in. In seeking to assign a dollar cost to each individual order, Read More...
Supply Chain Planning in 2000: The Brains Behind Internet Fulfillment
The supply chain planning market will top $2.5 billion in 2000, driven in large part by the needs of Internet customer fulfillment.

adexa  estimated revenues), privately held Adexa possesses a broad product suite that contains most of the features one could wish from an SCP application. Adexa has perennially spent more effort on product development that it has on sales and marketing, a fact that helps explain its low profile in the marketplace. A new corporate identity and plans for an IPO suggest that Adexa has grown weary of operation as an also-ran and is ready to engage the larger SCP players. Strengths: Outstanding advanced planning Read More...
i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters
What a difference a year makes. Two months after the Nike debacle, more than a dozen class action lawsuits for securities fraud are now pending in federal and

adexa  competitive landscape. Examples are Adexa , bought by sourcing solutions provider FreeMarkets , and Speedchain , which was just recently acquired by Vastera , a global trade management solutions vendor. These companies are challenging the traditional SCM delivery model, one that i2 has yet to wholly abandon. i2 sorely needs a spring housecleaning to eliminate wallflower applications. It then needs to craft a new marketing strategy around what remains. Second, i2 suffers from a premature case of big Read More...
Gulistan Textile and Apparel Case Study
In 1988, Gulistan Carpet, one of America’s leading carpet producers, implemented a custom enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to understand its business

adexa  solution, it turned to Adexa, Inc. Read More...

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