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Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced a strategic alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP that will help link Aspen's process simulation, control and
Signs Pact with PWC Aspen Technology Signs Pact with PWC S. McVey - December 17th, 1999 Event Summary Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced a strategic alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to implement Aspentech solutions in the refining, petrochemicals, chemicals, polymers, life sciences and specialty chemicals, semiconductor, and consumer packaged goods industries. The partners expect to leverage PWC's implementation expertise for use in integrating data from Aspen's control-level applications
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Aspen - To Netfinity and Beyond
Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced plans to leverage IBM resources to provide solutions for supply chain management (SCM) customers in the chemicals
To Netfinity and Beyond Aspen - To Netfinity and Beyond S. McVey - July 27, 2000 Event Summary Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced plans to leverage IBM resources to provide solutions for supply chain management (SCM) customers in the chemicals, petroleum, plastics, paper, metals, pharmaceutical, and other process industries. Under the new alliance, IBM and Aspen will work together on marketing, sales and future product development. Aspen will incorporate standards and technologies of IBM's
Aspen Follows Good Quarter With Internet Launch
Soon after releasing its quarterly results, Aspen announced it would offer a collaborative Internet portal for the process industries, ProcessCity.com.
Quarter With Internet Launch Aspen Follows Good Quarter With Internet Launch S. McVey - February 21st, 2000 Event Summary Highlights of Aspen Technology's second fiscal quarter results were a 35% increase in license fees over the same period last year and a positive bottom line. License revenues grew to $29 million and services revenues remained flat at $32.8 million for the quarter. Aspen's license and total reported revenues were the strongest since the company's peak in the second quarter of calendar
Aspen Technology Posts First-Quarter Loss but Beats Estimates
CAMBRIDGE, MA Aspen Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: AZPN), the leading supplier of manufacturing enterprise optimization solutions for the process industries, today
Loss but Beats Estimates Aspen Technology Posts First-Quarter Loss but Beats Estimates S. McVey - October 26th, 1999 Event Summary Aspen Technology recently announced a shortfall in earnings for the period ended September 30, 1999, although it exceeded analysts' expectations. Total revenues for the company were $53 million, of which $21.5 million were derived from software licenses and the remainder from services and support. Net loss for the quarter was $4.1 million, or $0.11 per share. CEO Larry Evans
AspenTech Launches e-Business InitiativeFinally
Aspen Technology recently announced its e-commerce initiative, Aspen e-Business, which is the first in a planned series of business-to-business e-commerce applications. As part of the initiative, AspenTech will partner with business-to-business application vendor Extricity Software, Inc. to deliver e-commerce solutions. Though Aspen lags behind other enterprise application software vendors in e-commerce offerings, recent business restructuring efforts and its hold on the process manufacturing segment may lead to success.
17, 1999 Event Summary Aspen Technology, Inc. recently announced an e-business initiative, Aspen e-Business, which is the first in a planned series of business-to-business e-commerce applications. As part of the initiative, AspenTech will partner with business-to-business application vendor Extricity Software, Inc. The proposed solutions will build on Aspen s existing Aspen MIMI and Aspen PIMS supply chain management software. In the future, Aspen plans to integrate Extricity s workflow modeling, e-commer
SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap?
Announced over two years ago, SAP's Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO) is geared toward the supply chain management market, where it will compete head-to-head with established best-of-breed vendors like i2 and Manugistics. With a massive 190 pilot implementations underway around the globe, a picture of SAP's new supply chain suite is beginning to emerge.
$60 M $10 M Aspen Technology, Inc. Chesapeake Decision Sciences, Inc. 5/98 $135 M SCT Corp. Fygir Logistic Information Systems B. V. 9/98 $35 M J. D. Edwards & Co. Numetrix, Ltd. 6/99 $80 M Product Strategy and Trajectory SAP is targeting APO primarily at the electronics and high tech (EHT), consumer products, metal and paper, automotive, pharmaceuticals and chemicals industries. APO promises broad functionality, real-time access to transaction data and seamless integration with SAP R/3. Although the
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.
Go Fygir! SCT Defeats Incumbent AspenTech at Texaco, Shell Venture
ERP vendor SCT Corp. recently sold its Fygir Demand Planning product to Equilon, a joint refining venture of Shell Oil and Texaco that had signed Aspen Technology’s largest deal for its PIMS™ planning and scheduling software.
a huge investment in Aspen Technology s PIMS suite a little over one year ago. In fact, Aspen highlighted the sale in its third quarter 1999 report as the largest PIMS deal in history, exceeding the typical $200,000 license fee. Aspen PIMS is an application for scheduling and optimization of process operations. It can be integrated to Aspen s demand planning product, a component of its MIMI supply chain suite, via a framework that incorporates standard communication protocols such as XML. Why Equilon pass
Oracle Proud To Be Number Two
Being number two in the advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software market is becoming a coveted prize for old guard ERP vendors.
choose, including i2 Technologies, Aspen MIMI, Manugistics and Logility, and APS should not be the prime candidate on their lists.
Not all SCM Products Are Created Equal
In this article, we examine capabilities of five top Supply Chain Management software vendors in several key areas of functionality: material procurement planning, manufacturing planning and scheduling, distribution and transportation management, and inventory management and warehousing.
Vendors discussed are Adexa, Aspen Technology, i2 Technologies, Manugistics Group, and Logility. The first point of interest is that our detail ratings have placed all the vendors in the top half, and in some cases the top right quadrant of the graphs. While this may seem, at first, to belie an imbalance in the model, it occurs because the five vendors shown are leaders in the SCM field and have strong strategy and overall scores relative to players in the broader SCM market. Not included in this
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