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Is Baan Clinically Dead?
On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe's No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240 million to $250 million after restructuring. Its shares plunged over 30 percent as analysts cut recommendations on the loss-making vendor, which has yet to name a replacement for Mary Coleman, who is returning to her Silicon Valley home after taking charge only last May.

BAAN GERMANY: Is Baan Clinically Dead? Is Baan Clinically Dead? P.J. Jakovljevic - January 20, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe s No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240 million to $250 million after restructuring. Its shares plunged over 30 percent as analysts cut recommendations on the loss-making vendor, which has yet to name a replacement for Mary Coleman, who is returning to her Silicon Valley home
1/20/2000

Baan Sinks Deeper into Red Quicksand
On May 3, analysts suggested that Dutch business applications maker Baan faces a takeover bid or a break-up, after the latest tumble in the troubled firm's stock price. Earlier, on April 20, the struggling vendor reported its seventh consecutive quarterly loss, with a first-quarter figure worse than a year ago despite gains from divestments.

BAAN GERMANY: Baan Sinks Deeper into Red Quicksand Baan Sinks Deeper into Red Quicksand P.J. Jakovljevic - May 25, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - May 25, 2000 Event Summary On May 3, analysts suggested that Dutch business applications maker Baan faces a takeover bid or a break-up, after the latest tumble in the troubled firm s stock price. Baan shares fell as much as 34% in morning trading, taking their year-to-date slide to 85%. Analysts suggested that the decline might threaten a $135 million debt-for-equity
5/25/2000

Boeing Expands Baan Licensing Deal
On December 16, Netherlands-based Baan Co. said the Boeing Co. has signed an enterprise-wide licensing deal that could expand its use of Baan's business applications.

BAAN GERMANY: Boeing Expands Baan Licensing Deal Boeing Expands Baan Licensing Deal P.J. Jakovljevic - December 22, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Dutch business-management software maker Baan Co. NV on December 16 said it had expanded the scope of its contracts with Boeing Co. in deals that make Boeing Baan s largest customer. Baan said it would expand existing contracts with Boeing and its Commercial Airplanes Group to cover Boeing s military aircraft and missile systems unit and space & communications unit, its
12/22/1999

Baan Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over?
Year 1999 will be extremely challenging; We predict minor revenue growth (max. 5%). Break-even net income is the most optimistic scenario. Year 2000 and after - Baan will still be a player to be reckoned with, however, the chance that Baan will be one of the Top 3 global ERP vendors has slipped away for good...

BAAN GERMANY: Baan Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over? Baan Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over? P.J. Jakovljevic - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Vendor Summary Baan Co. is a leading global provider of enterprise business software. Founded in the Netherlands in 1978 and with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Reston, VA, USA, Baan Co. is the fifth-ranked ERP vendor with $736 million revenue in 1998 (approx. 4.5% of the global ERP market). The Company s revenues increased steeply from $216 million in 1995
9/1/1999

Maconomy, Inc


BAAN GERMANY: Founded in 1983, Maconomy is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark and has offices in the US, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and England.

Baan Defectors – Is This Only Tip of an Iceberg?
While Baan may have avoided euthanasia in the nick of time, evidence is mounting that a number of anxious and/or disgruntled customers have not found this assuring.

BAAN GERMANY: Baan Defectors – Is This Only Tip of an Iceberg? Baan Defectors – Is This Only Tip of an Iceberg? P.J. Jakovljevic - August 16, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - August 16, 2000 Event Summary A number of Baan s anxious and/or disgruntled customers have not found that Invensys announcement in July that it would be satisfied with less than 95% control over the company, thus helping Baan avoid euthanasia, reassuring. According to a press release from July 11, ROI Systems, Inc. announced that Peer
8/16/2000

SSA Global Forms a Strategic Unit with an Extended-ERP SavvyPart 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 GERMANY: (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
9/15/2004

Baan E-Commerce: a Wing, a Prayer & a Single Platform
Baan hopes e-Enterprise will put them on the e-commerce map.

BAAN GERMANY: Baan E-Commerce: a Wing, a Prayer & a Single Platform Baan E-Commerce: a Wing, a Prayer & a Single Platform A. Turner - February 1, 2000 Read Comments Product Background Recent industry estimates target the Business to Business e-commerce market to reach $1.3 trillion by the year 2003. Enterprise Resource Planning companies, like SAP, J.D. Edwards, and PeopleSoft are rushing to establish a foothold in this expanding market through the creation of e-business applications. These e applications are
2/1/2000

Ambitious Plans and Promises: How Will the Market Respond to One Enterprise Software Provider’s Offerings?
The market should commend Infor’s attempt to combine business-specific solutions from a partner like IBM. If nothing else, the fact that Infor can provide integrated and best-in-class offerings poises the vendor to become serious competition for such giants as SAP and Oracle.

BAAN GERMANY: the over-promised and disillusioned Baan customers, as well as some market observers—most of the market should actually be pleased to hear what Infor is pledging. Doubtful Thomases might question whether the former SSA Global , MAPICS , etc. were really killing these products and if Infor is just making itself look good by paying lip service to the promise of improvements. Certainly, only time will tell whether Infor will make good on these promises, or if it will just repeat the sins of the
7/7/2008

mySAP Supply Chain Management at AstraZeneca
AstraZeneca, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, undertook an initiative to integratedemand flow technology in logistical operations, leading to a major supply chain management (SCM) project at its packaging plant in Wedel (Germany). With an existing SAP technology platform, AstraZeneca project leaders opted for the mySAP SCM solution and the SAP Advanced Planning & Optimization component.

BAAN GERMANY:
12/11/2006 2:38:00 PM

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 GERMANY: Baan – What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan Baan – What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 29, 2000 Read Comments 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
11/29/2000


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