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IBM is Not Enough; Ariba Announces Strong Partnership with Dell
Ariba announced a sweeping new partnership with Dell.

arba  technology from Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA). The market place will bring Dell's suppliers and customers together. Dell will also preinstall Ariba software on Dell PowerEdge servers, for both individual companies that host their own Ariba purchasing solution and for ASP's. Dell will assist in consulting and implementation for these customers, and Dell and Ariba will engage in joint sales efforts. Ariba will become the basis for Dell's own worldwide procurement network, and Dell will become a major hardware Read More...
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Ariba Goes Vertical: No Pain, Much Gain
Ariba, a leader in E-procurement software and market management, pays $1.86 billion in stock to acquire TRADEX, a vendor of software that lets its customers

arba  Summary Ariba, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARBA) has purchased privately held TRADEX Technologies, Inc. for $1.86 billion in stock, based on the closing price on the date of the announcement. Ariba sells software that lets companies engage in E-procurement, and manages marketplaces that bring together its buy-side customers with vendors. Ariba's marketplaces are primarily for MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) products. TRADEX sells software that allows its customers to build and manage Internet marketplaces. Read More...
Dynamic Ariba Trades Up
Ariba Inc., a leader in electronic purchasing systems for the Internet, has acquired Trading Dynamics, a maker of applications that support business-to-business

arba  Summary Ariba Inc (Nasdaq: ARBA) announced its acquisition of privately held Trading Dynamics for stock valued at approximately $400 million. The acquisition will enable Ariba to offer such dynamic pricing models as auctions, reverse auctions, and exchanges. The six current customers of Trading Dynamics will be folded into Ariba's current customer network and will therefore have access to all other buyers and sellers on the network. The acquisition is expected to complete in the first quarter of the new Read More...
Ariba Reaches Out To The Little Guy
Electronic procurement wunderkind Ariba presents its strategy for selling to small and medium-sized businesses.

arba  Event Summary Ariba (Nasdaq: ARBA) announced two initiatives aimed at small and mid-sized businesses at Ariba's User Group and Advisory Council meeting on September 28. The Ariba Internet Business Exchange is an internet procurement application based on the company's Ariba Network, which brings together vendors and services into a single purchasing portal. ORMX is a version of Ariba's buyer-side procurement application that is designed for application service providers (ASP's), who will offer it on a Read More...
IBM is not Enough: i2 Snatches Aspect and SupplyBase
i2 Technologies will acquire Aspect Development for $8.6 billion. It will also acquire SupplyBase for $380 million.

arba  IBM) and Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA), i2 Technologies (NASDAQ: ITWO) announced it will acquire Aspect Development (NASDAQ: ASDV) for what is billed as the largest merger in software history. While the price tag of $8.6 billion (based on the closing price on March 13) is as much a reflection of the extremely high market capitalization of Internet stocks, the deal is large by any measure. The TradeMatrix product offered by i2 supports an intelligent - i.e., driven by data and analysis - supply chain solution for Read More...
GE Comes to Lunch. Want to Guess Who the Appetizer Will Be?
General Electric announced the effective slicing of its General Electric Information Services company into two new business units to focus on E-commerce. The

arba  partnership between Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA), i2 (NASDAQ: ITWO) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) (link to as yet unwritten article). These three companies are laying out a buffet consisting of hosting, procurement, and supply chain capabilities that will be hard for GE to match. As IBM's senior V.P. William A. Etherington said during the announcement, It's not the big that will eat the small - it's the fast that will eat the slow. GE will have to act in Internet time to show major strength, and it must have a Read More...
USinternetworking: One Suite ASP
USi Delivers Complete Set of ASP Enterprise Solutions for Buying and Selling over the Internet.

arba  partnerships with Ariba (Nasdaq: ARBA) and Broadbase to add buy-side applications services and integrated e-analysis. The new enhancements also add other service extensions to their sell-side services based on BroadVision and Microsoft Site Server. The USi Enterprise E-Commerce Services Suite - part of USi's iMAP portfolio - is designed to help enterprise clients succeed with their Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Internet commerce initiatives. USi's iMAP services are Read More...
E-Procurement Energizes Energy
In the space of one week, three separate announcements paired E-procurement companies and energy companies in the creation of Internet marketplaces. Ariba

arba  was Ariba, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARBA) who is joining with Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CHV) to create Petrocosm Marketplace, a company that will build and manage a Web-based marketplace for the energy industry. Ariba and Chevron will each hold minority stakes in Petrocosm, with the majority of ownership to be in the hands of other energy industry participants, based on their size and the alacrity with which they join the venture. Each marketplace is expected to by running by the second quarter of 2000. Market Impact In Read More...
Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement
The word 'profitability': is being bandied about as some e-procurement vendors show continued growth.

arba  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 are fourth quarter results for Ariba and third quarter results for the others. The two Figures indicate that the same growth is happening for both the largest companies in the space and the less well-known ones. Behind Read More...
Ariba Hopes to Spark Chain Reaction
Two recent partnership announcements, with InterWorld and Siebel, reveal how E-procurement wunderkind Ariba thinks about the future of electronic purchasing.

arba  Summary Ariba Inc. (Nasdaq: ARBA) announced two partnership agreements. Ariba will integrate its cXML language into both the eSales product from Siebel Systems Inc (Nasdaq: SEBL) and the Commerce Exchange product from InterWorld Corporation (Nasdaq: INTW). Both arrangements will give newly developed vendor, manufacturer and distributor websites nearly instant access to Ariba's purchasing Marketplace. Market Impact Ariba gains both tactically and strategically as a result of these agreements. The Read More...

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