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Emptoris: Opening a New Chapter of Prosperity - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my impressions following an upbeat and constructive business update meeting at Emptoris’ headquarters. Under its new

ariba emptoris  installations (which is what Ariba has been gradually imposing onto its existing customers). Emptoris will be hosting its  annual Empower 2010 International User Conference in Boston in mid-September  and I look forward to speaking directly with customers and partners on their impressions and thoughts on Emptoris’ direction. Look for my report some time after the multi-day event. Until then, what are your views, comments, opinions, etc. about the current economic climate in your region/industry and Read More...
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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

ariba emptoris  applications space. Now that Ariba and Emptoris (acquired by IBM ) are no longer available as independent spend management providers, what is left for Oracle and Infor to bolster their respective supply network and spend management capabilities? My guess is that SAP's Crossgate acquisition (and Hubwoo alliance) for supplier networks and global trade management (GTM), as well as the much earlier acquisition of Frictionless Commerce (now SAP Sourcing On-Demand ), were not making a dent in Ariba or Read More...
Emptoris: Powered Up to Empower Global 2000 Users
Since its founding in 1999, Emptoris has evolved into a world leader in strategic supply, category spend, and enterprise contract management solutions, and was

ariba emptoris  . Another example is Ariba and Emptoris , who still duke it out in software selections for spend analysis, contract lifecycle management, service procurement (including contingent labor), and strategic sourcing. But given Ariba’s focus on its multitenant cloud offering , Ariba Commerce Cloud , they do not often meet in the public cloud. Emptoris remains content in its on-premise and private cloud (hosted) worlds, providing its large customers with tailored solutions that accommodate more involved Read More...
What’s With Ariba Selling Its Sourcing Services Team to Accenture?
My recent series about the merger of JDA Software and i2 Technologies raised the issue whether any independent software vendor (ISV) can at the same time be

ariba emptoris  no longer captive to Ariba based on their sourcing services relationship. What About Other Accenture Alliances? Since I recently attended Emptoris’ Empower 2010 user conference and saw Accenture as a major partner and sponsor of the event, I logically wondered what this development might mean for Emptoris’ relationship with Accenture. Reportedly, Accenture shared this news in advance with Emptoris, and Accenture’s senior leadership is working very closely with Emptoris to communicate to their joint Read More...
SAP and Ariba Synergy
SAP acquired spend management and business commerce solution provider Ariba in 2012 for strategic reasons, and has since been investing in Ariba with a longer

ariba emptoris  materials.   SAP and Ariba are not the only game in town, at least not with IBM’s Smarter Commerce (market, sell, buy, and service) offering, which former Sterling Commerce and Emptoris (Ariba’s longstanding #1 foe) are now part of, around. Coupa Software is a close partner with IBM for e-procurement needs, and Coupa’s consumer-like cloud UX is likely behind Ariba’s recent focus on its own UX improvements. SciQuest is also a well-rounded spend management provider based on its slew of recent Read More...
OpenText Acquires GXS: Will Content and Process Management Enrich EDI?
A decade ago or so, there were three leading enterprise data interchange (EDI) and business-to-business (B2B) network integration providers: Sterling Commerce

ariba emptoris  GXS’s possible competition with Ariba and Crossgate within SAP. To be fair, GXS is mainly about high-volume direct materials and packaging for a relatively small number of large manufacturers (that are probably SAP ERP users as well). Ariba is more focused on indirect procurement (with some dabbling in direct materials) for a large number of users. If anything, the recent change of ownership might allow some big GXS customer to give Ariba a chance in direct materials. Read More...
Procurement and Office Supply Companies Ink Deal
PurchasePro and Office Depot have begun a strategic relationship that will make the PurchasePro marketplace available to customers from within Office Depot

ariba emptoris  has potential benefits for Ariba (See TEC News Analysis Article: Ariba Reaches Out to the Little Guy September 28th, 1999) which, because of its own positioning within the PurchasePro network, may be the natural next step for the companies which are brought to E-procurement through PurchasePro and Office Depot but which grow to need more sophisticated services. User Recommendations Larger organizations that are interested in this market will definitely want to take a look at listing in PurchasePro's Read More...
Ariba Dances for Joy in Quarter Time
Ariba, Inc., E-purchasing's prima ballerina, trotted out its latest financial figures, showing a quarterly revenue increase of 243% over the previous year.

ariba emptoris  fiscal year. Where does Ariba go from here? Market Impact It is truly amazing that we can't call 1999 The Year of Ariba. Its big-name rival Commerce One, and quite a few smaller players, also had successful years - or at least interesting ones. But Ariba remains the first name that people think of when they think of electronic purchasing, and at this point in the development of the industry Ariba's success serves more as a bellwether than as an infringement on its competitors. Ariba's success is Read More...
Concur's Customers Can Network Now
Following the path of other E-procurement vendors, Concur announced a purchasing network for large companies. At the same time, Concur announced that its entire

ariba emptoris  breath as industry leaders Ariba and Commerce One. Since both of those companies have put strong emphases on their own marketplaces that bring buyers and sellers together, Concur had no choice but to follow suit. This is not thought of as a diversion. At the current state of the E-procurement market, the existence of a vendor-created marketplace is necessary to help early adopters recognize the value of their investment. We believe that Concur's marketplace will have no trouble becoming competitive with Read More...
Seismic Shifts in SAP’s Cloud?
On the heels of SAPPHIRENOW 2013, SAP issued the announcement that it would simplify its organizational structure and create a single research and development

ariba emptoris  that Bob Calderoni, former Ariba CEO, has not left yet; quite the contrary in fact, as he seems to be taking over Dalgaard’s former lookout, i.e., cloud R&D. In fact, conservative and bottom line-focused Calderoni seems a much better cultural fit at SAP than flamboyant Dalgaard (whom I could visualize at salesforce.com or NetSuite instead). Independent SuccessFactors was not particularly profitable and was still stitching together a number of cloud software acquisitions on disparate technologies ( 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

ariba emptoris  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 each of these deals what we have is similar to earlier announcements involving the automotive industry. In each case the primary beneficiary is the energy industry Read More...
i2 Buys RightWorks, Deals Blow To Ariba, Manugistics
i2 buys e-procurement vendor RightWorks as it and old supply chain rival Manugistics increasingly find themselves fending off new challengers. Shared adversity

ariba emptoris  i2's stormy partnership with Ariba . Although i2 will honor 15 or so existing joint contracts and will continue selling the integrated solution to clients on demand, it readily concedes that the alliance begun amid much fanfare just a year ago is over. The IBM portion of the relationship remains intact, but its relevance is diminished considerably by the departure of Ariba. The RightWorks acquisition is part of a new consolidation push among SCM vendors and new entrants to the B2B e-commerce market. Read More...
AribaLIVE 2012: What Was Jolly Good (and What Could Improve) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the positive impressions from my attendance of the AribaLIVE 2012 user event. Still, while it might appear that Ariba is

ariba emptoris  has been selected over Ariba at some utilities in the United States, while IBM Emptoris has a stronghold in complex machined parts, SPS Commerce in retail, GXS in hi-tech, etc. Still, from a Strategic Sourcing and Supplier Management perspective, Ariba customers in these verticals (Manufacturing, Automotive, Telecom, High-tech, and Utilities) is many multiples more than all of the competitors listed above. In addition, Power Advocate does not have many utility customers outside of the USA. On the other ha Read More...
GE and Commerce One Turn on the Lights - But You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet
General Electric’s Global Exchange Services announces a far-reaching partnership with Commerce One. The first target market is the 100,000 current trading

ariba emptoris  the troika of IBM, Ariba and i2 (See B2Big Deal for IBM, Ariba, and i2 ) were very pleased to hear this news. GXS has a huge almost captive market based on their EDI infrastructure and the financial strength to go the course. The fact that they don't need to engage in a major integration project should help them get moving quickly, whereas the integration and implementation efforts of IBM and pals seem to be moving slowly, if inexorably. With GXS and Commerce One putting their initial focus on Read More...
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