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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 eplus  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
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Commerce One Meets GM: Web Now Has A Really Big Parts Department
General Motors will use Commerce One's E-commerce systems to build a global purchasing marketplace for its buyers and suppliers.

ariba eplus  its competitors such as Ariba and Concur Technologies are selling software systems, then this is a great deal for Commerce One. We believe the correct view is quite different. What these E-commerce companies are selling is their networks. A supplier who signs up with one Commerce One network will be tied to Commerce One in two additional ways. First, many if not most Commerce One networks will be part of a larger network, This will work the same way as many libraries now do. Libraries enter into regional Read More
Commerce One Holds Announcement Festival
Commerce One’s eLink2000 in Las Vegas is less about gambling than it is about sure things. Except, perhaps, for just how close it’s willing to get to SAP.

ariba eplus  SAP. User Recommendations Both Ariba and Commerce One remain obvious choices for e-procurement and marketplace solutions, but the trick for the user is determining which company makes the best match. A company of any size whose major interest is in a buy-side procurement solution will find other vendors anxious for the business. One of these is now SAP, of course. TEC believes that Ariba will not part with its own buy-side software as easily as Commerce One did, both because Ariba doesn't have a 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.

ariba eplus  Chain Reaction Event 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 Read More
Ariba Gains Legs Courtesy of Descartes
A new alliance places Ariba with Internet logistics solutions vendor Descartes Systems Group to help Internet businesses deliver the goods.

ariba eplus  Legs Courtesy of Descartes Ariba Gains Legs Courtesy of Descartes S. McVey - June 12, 2000 Event Summary Internet purchasing vendor Ariba announced a strategic alliance with Descartes Systems Group, a provider of Internet logistics solutions in which Ariba will deliver a suite of Internet hosted services through its Commerce Services Network (CSN). The new offerings, tentatively dubbed Ariba Logistics and Fulfillment Services - Powered by Descartes are intended to give buyers, suppliers, and B2B Read More
PROACTIS: The Best-kept Secret in Indirect Spend Management? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced PROACTIS, a UK- and US-based specialist vendor of spend control and e-procurement solutions with accredited partners

ariba eplus  broad as those of  Ariba Global Services (AGS , largely stemming from former Freemarkets ). The major difference is that PROACTIS is not involved in direct (manufacturing) materials sourcing and procurement and is not offering  receivables (debt collection) exchanges . A Major (Unexpected) Endorsement For anyone wondering about why I am dedicating so much attention to an obscure regional vendor, perhaps it will be interesting to know that PROACTIS fared very well in Gartner ’s 2009 report entitled Read More
B2Big Deal for IBM, Ariba, and i2
IBM, Ariba and i2 announce a partnership whose goal is to accelerate the real value provided by E-commerce and whose effect is to leave some companies quaking

ariba eplus  from CEO school, IBM, Ariba and i2 announced a sweeping strategic partnership whose goal is to accelerate the adoption of B2B technology. Accompanied by a chorus of the top people at such business customers as Unilever, Chevron, and American Express - including one CEO who came running in late, from her sickbed, because she didn't want a severe cold to make her miss the announcement - the three companies laid out a comprehensive plan for changing E-commerce as we know it. Under this alliance: The 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 eplus  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
More Than 600 Customers Live on J.D. Edwards OneWorld. Dot.Com and Brick & Mortar Customers Alike Select J.D. Edwards to Achieve E-Business Agility
On November 12, J.D. Edwards & Company, a leading provider of agile E-Business solutions, announced that more than 600 customers around the world are using J.D.

ariba eplus  industry leaders such as Ariba Inc. and Siebel Systems, and through the acquisitions this year of Numetrix Ltd. and The Premisys Corp., J.D. Edwards delivers uniquely robust and agile functionality in the areas of self-service, customer relationship management, e-procurement, and supply chain management. Whether a customer is a pure-play Internet company, or traditional enterprise extending its business to the Internet, OneWorld's functionality supports any business model to enable companies to get to Read More
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 eplus  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 development . At first glance, this is a good fit, as a plethora of large SAP customers use both Ariba Network and Ariba’s procurement, sourcing, contract management, e-invoicing, etc. software (in fact, in the early 2000s, the name Ariba was taboo at SAP’s Waldorf HQ, and Ariba was a competitor that SAP loved to hate). The arms Read More
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

ariba eplus  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. Market Impact It has been obvious for a while that Ariba needed to make a move into the incredibly fertile arena of vertical markets. The acquisition of Read More
GE GXS: Part and Parcel of B2B Exchange
General Electric’s GXS provides the infrastructure for a new digital marketplace. The announcement sheds light on the possibility that GXS can leverage its

ariba eplus  is less involved than Ariba now is with supply chain solutions, and second because GXS' translation infrastructure can support its customers' existing supply chain solutions. However, we don't believe that either Commerce One or GXS wants to give up the market supplied by i2; expect a major supply chain partner to join with them within the quarter. This announcement of GXS' capabilities puts pressure on such specialists in EDI-XML translation as IPNet (see Secure Transport of EDI and XML for Trading Read More
IBM is Not Enough; Ariba Announces Strong Partnership with Amex
Ariba announced a sweeping new partnership with American Express.

ariba eplus  is Not Enough; Ariba Announces Strong Partnership with Amex Event Summary American Express (NYSE: AXP) and Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA will cooperate on the development of advanced B2B E-payment services to be deployed over the Ariba Network. The first such service, expected in 60 to 90 days, will support payment upon shipment, with charges to Amex-issues purchase cards. Future services will include most of Amex' financial offerings, from trade financing to business loans. The two companies will offer enhanced Read More
BAAN Announces
OpenWorld will be an enterprise integration architecture that enables Baan customers to engage in E-commerce with each other.

ariba eplus  10th, 1999 and Ariba Successes Highlights Standards Wars August 13th, 1999). SAP's recent announcements detail an open architecture designed to connect thousands of their customers within SAP's Market place. Baan will need to reciprocate with additional information in order to stay competitive. Vendors working to establish themselves in the business marketplace arena (eg: Commerce One, Concur, Ariba) have already endorsed open XML based standards. Baan will need to maintain an adaptable standard, Read More
Emerging SAP Retail Solution: SAP Ganges, Powered by HANA
Many people may not know that 40 percent of the word's retailers are located in India—about 9.8 million retailers, many of them small one-person businesses

ariba eplus  is not currently leveraging Ariba Network due to the complexities of India’s financial banking system. Once SAP Ganges gains some major momentum in India, the plan is to take it globally, with the goal of then connecting to the Ariba Network.   A lot of retailers in remote markets prefer to do business in cash (to avoid administration and taxation), and their suppliers might be relatives with vans. Since it is not always easy to fire unreliable relatives or even force them adhere to a schedule, it Read More

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