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Clarus -Sprinting or Going the Distance?
Clarus Corporation has announced new capabilities and a whole handful of product adoptions. Is the news uniformly good? We think cautious optimism is best.

clarus corporation  20, 2000 Event Summary Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) announced the addition of strategic sourcing capabilities to its ClarusAuctions product. ClarusAuctions is a hosted (i.e., ASP) B2B trading service that supports twelve different kinds of auction. The enhanced capabilities in version 2.1 include: Support for wireless access via phone and PDA The addition of weights to the evaluation of RFQs. With this feature sellers can apply weights to the individual items on an RFQ when determining which Read More

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Geac Computer Corporation: Mastering Growth by Acquisitions
Geac has acquired in excess of 40 companies around the world. Geac's purchase of UK-based ERP software maker JBA International in 1999 has nearly doubled the

clarus corporation  incorporation of JBA and Clarus. This adds additional future integration issues to a company that already faces massive integration of its disparate ERP systems. Vendor Predictions Despite a highly competitive environment, we predict that Geac has a potential of reaching US$2 billion in revenues within the next 4 years (60% probability), based on its expertise and stronghold in relatively untapped industries (See Vendor Strengths). We believe that, within the next 18 months, the company will have to Read More
Microsoft Great Plains Procures eProcure At Last
In a somewhat belated and long deliberated move, Microsoft Great Plains has struck an OEM partnership deal with Clarus to provide eProcure, an end-to-end e

clarus corporation  a strategic relationship with Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) to deliver a customized Internet-based procurement solution for direct and indirect products and services, providing real-time purchase-order creation, approval workflow and order processing. Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions will OEM Clarus Corporation's eProcurement product. The joint solution, named Microsoft Great Plains eProcure , will also include Clarus' Fusion integration toolkit and its View analytics product. Envisioned as Read More
With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money
Clarus Corporation, having unloaded all of its back-end software business, is asking the market to fund its new life as an E-procurement vendor.

clarus corporation  Pin Money Event Summary Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) used to be a peach of an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) vendor with a product line containing financial and human resources applications. It had revenues of $17 million in 1998, up from $12.3 million in 1997. However, the company threw off its old friends and lifestyle by selling its ERP business to Geac Computer Systems, Inc. and Geac Canada Limited for $14.5 million in 1999. Clarus has recast itself as an E-procurement player and is now Read More
Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement
The word 'profitability': is being bandied about as some e-procurement vendors show continued growth.

clarus corporation  companies: Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA) Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) Purchase Pro (NASDAQ: PPRO) Figure 1 also shows the percentage increase over the revenues for the previous quarter; Figure 2 shows the increase over the same quarter a year ago. These are fourth quarter results for Ariba and third quarter results for the others. The two Figures indicate that the same growth is happening for both the largest companies in the space and the less well-known ones. Behind these Read More
Case Study: KLA-Tencor Corporation
KLA-Tencor Corporation, leading supplier to the microelectronics industry, provides an employee training program that focuses on grooming its personnel to be

clarus corporation  Study: KLA-Tencor Corporation KLA-Tencor Corporation, leading supplier to the microelectronics industry, provides an employee training program that focuses on grooming its personnel to be the most competent in the industry with the ability to optimize the performance of its systems. To accommodate the company’s training program—with personalized, classroom computer-based training—KLA-Tencor adopted an enterprise learning management system (LMS). Read More
Plex Systems Partners with Insequence Corporation
Plex Systems, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider of the Plex Manufacturing Cloud (formerly Plex Online), has announced its collaboration with

clarus corporation  Systems Partners with Insequence Corporation Plex Systems , the enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider of the Plex Manufacturing Cloud (formerly Plex Online ), has announced its collaboration with Insequence Coporation , provider of manufacturing sequencing technology. The joint capabilities should improve the process of delivering components to the manufacturing supply chain in an efficient fashion. Managing the complexity of inventory needed for complex assembly operations is a complicated and Read More
Software Assessment Powered by Innovative Technology at Newport Corporation
When Newport Corporation needed an integrated business system, it enlisted CSCG to help evaluate existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. CSCG

clarus corporation  Assessment Powered by Innovative Technology at Newport Corporation When Newport Corporation needed an integrated business system, it enlisted CSCG to help evaluate existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. CSCG leveraged innovative software assessment tools to help make a selection decision at a savings of $50,000 in project costs, mitigating risk by delivering key reporting capabilities based on impartial data. This case study shows how it was done. Read More
Case Study: Rich Products Corporation
Rich’s legacy IT systems could not interoperate with platforms and applications among departments, preventing a single, centralized view of the product

clarus corporation  Study: Rich Products Corporation Infor PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) helps your business maximize profit by optimizing every stage of your product's life, from bids or project request to portfolio management, to product development, to scale up, to ongoing maintenance and retirement. Source: Infor Resources Related to Case Study: Rich Products Corporation : Rich Products Corporation (Wikipedia) Product Lifecycle Management (Wikipedia) Case Study: Rich Products Corporation Product Lifecycle Read More
Case Study: Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation
Milwaukee Electric Tool, in business for 85 years, was using an electronic data interchange (EDI) solution that had been outsourced at very high cost. When the

clarus corporation  Study: Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation Milwaukee Electric Tool, in business for 85 years, was using an electronic data interchange (EDI) solution that had been outsourced at very high cost. When the company chose a new EDI solution, the focus of the conversion was on reducing costs while improving accuracy and increasing trading partner adoption. Learn more about how the company put EDI order processing back in-house and reduced cost per order by 86 percent. Read More
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Zavanti Talks to MAB Corporation
MAB Corporation has been working with Zavanti International for close to ten years. As MAB expanded, it needed more sophisticated software to organize and

clarus corporation  Talks to MAB Corporation MAB Corporation has been working with Zavanti International for close to ten years. As MAB expanded, it needed more sophisticated software to organize and manage its increasing project list and legal responsibilities. Zavanti International talks to Thomas Delbosc at MAB about the efficiencies the company has experienced through using Zavanti software. Read More

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