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Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan


Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However, we believe Baan’s path to full recovery will be quite thorny. Part 1 discusses Baan’s history and where it is headed under Invensys.

baan co.  Bring? Part 1: About Baan Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys'' Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 29, 2000 Executive Summary Baan Co. once a leading global provider of enterprise business software has gone from an independent force in the ERP market to being part of the Invensys Software Systems Division. It is not dead, as some feared would be the case by now, because it has begun to win new major contracts. Since the acquisition, Invensys seems to be determined to Read More

Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan


Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However, we believe Baan’s path to full recovery will be quite thorny. Part 2 examines Baan’s strengths and challenges and makes specific bottom line recommendations.

baan co.  Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys'' Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 30, 2000 Executive Summary Baan Co. once a leading global provider of enterprise business software has gone from an independent force in the ERP market to being part of the Invensys Software Systems Division. It is not dead, as some feared would be the case by now, because it has begun to win new major contracts. Since the acquisition, Invensys seems to be determined Read More

Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Two: Market Impact On Baan


Baan is now in a much better company, one that is solely dedicated to the enterprise applications business. In addition to Baan being in a better shape and hardly resembling its 1999/2000 incarnation - this time the vendor was rather a victim of its now ex parent's 'sins' than of self-inflicted wounds, which was the case prior to its Invensys stint.

baan co.  Two: Market Impact On Baan Event Summary Baan, once one of the leading independent providers of enterprise application solutions for industrial enterprises, and subsequently part Invensys plc. (London Stock Exchange: ISYS), was sold on June 3 to an investment group consisting of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P. and General Atlantic Partners, LLC , two of the world''s leading private investment firms. Backed by nearly USD $14 billion in investment capital, the investment group plans to employ a growth Read More

Baan Achieves A Speedy Recovery Despite The Tough Times


Baan might be showing us that miracles are still possible. Will in 2001 the market witness the textbook-case of turning around the previously badly mismanaged company?

baan co.  Despite The Tough Times Baan Achieves A Speedy Recovery Despite The Tough Times P.J. Jakovljevic - July 2, 2001 Event Summary In June, Baan , the resurrected global provider of enterprise business solutions, reported continued growth and profitability for the six months ended on March 31, 2001, following its acquisition by Invensys , the global automation and controls group with headquarters in the UK. During the first three months of 2001 and its second quarter, Baan total revenue was $103 million, Read More

Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite? Part Two: Baan Under Invensys


Baan's phase under Invensys, after a turbulent three years that have seen considerable people, market and technology change, and considerable worthwhile investment. Recently-announced technology developments seem to be in sync with the market's trends, and leaning shrewdly towards the requirements of holistic business requirements from engineering design collaboration, to CRM and on to SCM.

baan co.  Not Quite? Part Two: Baan Under Invensys Baan Under Invensys The UK-based global automation and controls group Invensys plc . (London Stock Exchange: ISYS) has announced that Baan is finally and definitely for sale. This is a part of its parent''s major divestiture move (i.e., over two thirds of its current business) and as Invensys recoils to its bare fundamentals. (For details of the announcements see Part One of this note ). In second half of 2000, crippled by eight consecutive quarters in the red and Read More

SSA Global Forms a Strategic Unit with an Extended-ERP Savvy Part One: Event Summary


SSA Global seems to be doing some proper thinking while continuing to acquire new software companies. Recent unification of its broadening collection of supply chain management (SCM) solutions under the SSA SCM brand and formation of a specialized Strategic Solutions division--which also includes other extended enterprise capabilities, such as customer relationship management (CRM), product lifecycle management ([PLM), and more—are both aimed at nurturing existing customers while attracting new prospects with products that exceed far beyond mere enterprise resource planning (ERP) capabilities.

baan co.  (Yet) Another Acquisition ), Baan , Elevon , and Ironside Technologies (see Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''''Iron Side'''' ), Infinium Software (see Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions? ), interBiz , the former e-Business division of Computer Associates (see CA Unloads interBiz Collection Into SSA GT''s Sanctuary ) and MAX International (see SSA Acquires MAX Hoping To Leap From Its MIN ). As a result, the vendor now has 121 locations worldwide and its product Read More

SSA GT To EXE-cute (Yet) Another Acquisition


While SSA GT's intended acquisition of EXE Technologies should enable many of its customers to better execute the operations within their warehouses and supply chains through deployment of the EXceed SCE suite, the market is wondering when SSA GT, whose buying appetite seemingly will not let up any time soon, will exceed its "overstocking" point.

baan co.  several successful acquisitions including Baan , Elevon , and Ironside Technologies (albeit these very recent three are yet to be fully consummated, see Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''''Iron Side'''' ), Infinium Software (see Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions? ) and interBiz, the former eBusiness division of Computer Associates (see CA Unloads interBiz Collection Into SSA GT''s Sanctuary ). While the market has been aware of SSA GT still tirelessly eyeing multiple Read More

Oracle Integrates Front and Back Office with Applications 11i


On September 27, Oracle took a major step towards providing a fully integrated front and back office applications suite by launching Oracle Applications 11i at its Applications' User Group conference in Orlando, Florida.

baan co.  exception of SAP and Baan, has made this degree of progress towards application integration. Oracle had a head start on most of its competition pertaining to Internet applications, and the Company still leads the ERP pack both on product technology vision and execution. However, Oracle had suffered initial setbacks as it moved its entire enterprise product line to the Internet and was losing customers that were not ready to buy into the vision. However, we believe that Oracle''s far-sighted strategy will Read More

Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The 'Protean Boost' Overcome Its Liabilities?


Invensys has created a new group within its Production Management Division called Invensys Production Solutions. The group includes the PRISM and Protean process ERP products plus the resources of Invensys Validation Services group. While the unit should have much strength, it also has certain liabilities that must be addressed.

baan co.  acquired then also languishing Baan Co. (see Baan Yet Another ERP Vendor to Find a Sanctuary Under Invensys'' Wing ) and made it a part of the former Invensys Software Systems (ISS) division. The initial strategy for the products, which was announced after the Baan acquisition was to release a unified Baan product that combined functionality for discrete and process manufacturing (see Process ERP Market Loses PRISM and Protean ). After hearing existing customers'' less-than-pleased feedback and after Read More

Coficab Group Standardizes on Infor LN for Automotive


Infor recently announced it has signed a contract with Coficab Group, one of the biggest worldwide suppliers of wires and cables for the automotive industry, involving a comprehensive multinational, multi-site implementation. Infor LN for Automotive is designed to facilitate the standardization of systems and easier reporting throughout Coficab Group.

baan co.  In the days of Baan (Infor LN’s ancestor of sorts), there was no such a thing as being able to standardize on Baan ERP due to the product’s poor global finances and reporting. Infor seems to have not only fixed that shortcoming, but also done many more good things for the product, as Infor LN for Automotive is one of the Infor products with the most new customer wins. Read More

Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems


This article, originally published in Engineering Times, on how companies are employing ERP is based on an interview with Ben Spencer, TEC’s Senior Director of Knowledge Bases and Content Development.

baan co.  SAP , Oracle , Baan , and IFS Inc . have continued to tackle the challenges of ERP. Most top vendors'' ERP solutions are Web-enabled and give clients options for application service provider-hosted solutions. Unsure of the ASP model, some mid-tier and larger client companies have been more comfortable outsourcing their entire information technology function to companies such as IBM and EDS . Trend Watching    As the future of ERP holds high stakes for many companies, trends are watched closely by Read More

Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Three: Market Impact On SSA GT


Like the previous few SSA GT's acquisitions, this merger too seems aimed at enlarging combined Baan and SSA GT's customer base, market share, and, more importantly, its predictably recurring support revenue and consequently larger R&D pool.

baan co.  long-term strategy to the Baan business, in the manner similar to the incredulous comeback of SSA Global Technologies (SSA GT) ( www.ssagt.com ), incredulous comeback. Very likely the new mid-market manufacturing ERP empire-in-the-making will be spared from any unnecessary controversy and the stalemate that embroils Oracle , PeopleSoft , and J.D. Edwards . One should note that Baan was by no means the only major ERP vendor to succumb to market forces in 2000, given Gores Technology Group (GTG) acquired Read More

Infor LN ERP Gets Open Source and Cloud Underpinnings


At the recent Red Hat Summit 2014, Infor announced a joint collaboration with Red Hat, a leading provider of open source solutions, and EnterpriseDB, a PostgreSQL database company, to make Infor LN ERP available on a total open technology stack.

baan co.  is from the old Baan ERP it started out as, having now been quite rewritten in C++ and on top of new technologies. This is also a good example of what Infor President Duncan Angove refers to as “injecting a new gene pool into Infor’s blood.” Read More

Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 4: Challenges & User Recommendations


Baan's viability is no longer an issue. Baan's rejuvenated management team has done a praiseworthy job of bringing the company back to health while concurrently unveiling a new product release that can compete with the other products in the market. Challenges however remain.

baan co.  its erstwhile short-lived glory, Baan , the resurrected global provider of collaborative enterprise business solutions and a unit of the Invensys Software Systems (ISS) division of Invensys plc, the global automation and controls group with headquarters in the UK, has lately blitzed the market with a number of announcements. The most prominent amongst these were: Deliveries of vertically focused solutions for some industries Deliveries of horizontal, cross-industry applications Some high-profile Read More

The Convergence of ERP and Field Services-One Vendor’s Leadership


Agresso’s experience with people-centric services organizations has led the vendor to design a solution that effectively address these businesses’ need for field services and asset maintenance management. Agresso’s melding of two solutions, and the product’s underlying architecture, support change and tightly couple solution categories.

baan co.  Houston, Texas (US), with Baan Manufacturing and Logistics modules as his main field of expertise. At CAP Gemini, Jakovljevic was involved in system demonstrations, software gap analysis for prospective clients, and Baan implementation assignments. Before joining CAP Gemini, Jakovljevic was employed as a senior consultant for Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group in Johannesburg (South Africa), where he specialized in Baan Manufacturing and Logistics modules, and engaged in the processes of enterprise Read More