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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,

client baan  and use the existing client base to help refine the e-business applications and restore depleted user confidence. Baan hopes this introduction and refinement will coincide with customers' Internet education and grow with their needs. If this plan is successful, Bann will then focus on winning new accounts. Facing sharp declines in software license sales, Baan has narrowed its customer focus to the following four market sectors: Project Industries : includes Aerospace and Defense, Shipbuilding, Trains, Read More...
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Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 3: Market Impact
Baan remains one of only a handful of vendors that are capable of providing full application suites on scaleable platforms that can be globally deployed by

client baan  the voice of its client base and to continually improve the customer support process. Baan has also reorganized its sales force, with pre-sales consultants now being merged with the technical product architects. Nevertheless, the new Baan, as part of Invensys, still has a lot of housekeeping to do. It has been unfortunate that the Baan business was hit with troubles exactly when it finally seemed to have delivered its most stable and mature product although technologically outdated, Baan IVc. The Read More...
Is Baan Showing Signs of Life After Death?
On September 20, Baan, an ERP vendor recently believed to be deceased, won its first new contract since being acquired by Invensys. The British Defence

client baan  be beneficial. For new clients considering Baan's complete product offerings, keep in mind this company had long been in trouble until very recently. We suggest evaluating the bells-and-whistles, price, and corporate viability of other vendors too, before making a selection. For existing Baan clients, we suggest keeping the extended-ERP solutions on your long list. If you are interested, perhaps the existing relationship could be leveraged to dramatically reduce the cost of the suite. Consider 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

client baan  the voice of its client base and to continually improve the customer support process. Baan has also reorganized its sales force, with pre-sales consultants now being merged with the technical product architects. The fact that Baan's field organization, which was never truly merged into Invensys, will now be some blessing in disguise for the future owner. All these endeavors have been undertaken to position Baan to address its nemesis of the past -- poor customer support and satisfaction. Because of four Read More...
Baan E-Commerce: a Wing, a Prayer & a Single Platform
Baan hopes e-Enterprise will put them on the e-commerce map.

client baan  platform at this time. Client Leverage: Baan may have difficulties leveraging its existing client base. Companies interested in e-business may need to move faster than Baan is willing. Boeing, a Baan ERP client, recently chose Oracle to implement its e-procurement initiatives. While this is only one customer, Baan will need to provide feature rich and tightly integrated solutions, if they wish to maintain the existing client base. Performance Challenges: Operating systems and feature rich solutions are Read More...
Baan Yet Another ERP Vendor to Find a Sanctuary Under Invensys’ Wing
On June 1, languishing Dutch ERP vendor The Baan Company finally found a 'knight in shining armor'. British automation equipment maker Invensys has agreed to

client baan  Yet Another ERP Vendor to Find a Sanctuary Under Invensys’ Wing Baan Yet Another ERP Vendor to Find a Sanctuary Under Invensys' Wing P.J. Jakovljevic - June 21, 2000 Event Summary According to Baan's press release, the Boards of Invensys plc and Baan Company N.V. announced the terms of the recommended cash offer to acquire the entire issued share capital of Baan (the Offer ). The Offer will be $2.65 in cash for each Baan share, valuing the entire existing issued share capital of Baan at approximatel Read More...
ERP Belle Époque Officially Ended With the Demise of Baan and SSA
Once high-flying ERP vendors, Baan and SSA, have officially ceased to exist as independent companies on the same day in the first week of August thereby marking

client baan  shifts (e.g., Internet vs. client server architecture, component-based vs. monolithic product) and/or applications functionality scope expansion. Both Invensys and Gores Technology have a history of buying up depressed software companies for their customer base and infrastructure. While it may be too early to predict the future of products at this stage, we believe that the new owners will be able to salvage the two companies. They should, without any delay, address customers' concerns by unequivocally 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

client baan  the voice of its client base and to continually improve the customer support process. Challenges Remain However, Baan is still quite far from its former glory - its revenues are still almost the half of its revenues for 1998 despite a much larger product offering. The constellation within the ERP space has meanwhile changed too. While Baan's decision to avoid the direct competition with SAP is prudent, it may not be possible given SAP's (and other Tier 1 vendors') increased appetite for the smaller Read More...
Analysis of Adobe’s Integration of IslandData’s Automated E-mail
Adobe’s support site receives approximately 1.3 million client inquiries per month and has been in need of an automated response system to decrease escalating

client baan  receives approximately 1.3 million client inquiries per month and has been in need of an automated response system to decrease escalating support costs. To alleviate the burden of manual responses to end users needs and concerns, Adobe has selected IslandData's e-mail automated response system. IslandData's response system has met Adobe's needs through automated response systems, which takes less than 10 seconds to address a user's inquiry in addition to a dramatic decrease in cost. However, if a Read More...
Case Study: Field Services Application Supports Fast Growth and Customer Demand
HSB-Stockholm, a property management firm, manages more than 200 client work orders daily. The company realized its back-office solution couldn’t address

client baan  manages more than 200 client work orders daily. The company realized its back-office solution couldn’t address customer satisfaction, and that a new solution would have to keep up with the growth of field operations. Learn how HSB implemented a mobile, Internet-based solution that increased the speed of service delivery and maintenance operations by 50 percent. Read More...
Financial Fusion ~ E-Finance Wireless Leader?
Financial Fusion’s expands e-finance possibilities. From this point forward a client can bank anytime, anywhere, without limitation. (Of course your cell phone

client baan  e-finance arena gives the client control. From this point forward a client can bank anytime, anywhere, without limitation. (Of course your cell phone will not suddenly start spurting out cash.) The wireless offering will utilize existing physical wireless technology from Palm Pilot (Palm VII PDA), Nokia, Motorola, Qualcomm, and Ericsonn Wireless Access Phones (WAP). Financial organizations such as Fidelity Investments have also offered wireless access via a two-way Research In Motion Pager and the Palm Read More...
Replicon Inc.
Replicon develops web-based timesheet applications for time reporting, project tracking and client billing. With over 400 customers and 250,000 users, Replicon

client baan  reporting, project tracking and client billing. With over 400 customers and 250,000 users, Replicon''''s Web TimeSheet products are helping large and small organizations around the world meet and exceed their performance expectations. Read More...
How To Write a Winning Proposal
Your proposal should prove your case, and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. But all too often, reading a proposal is almost as painfully

client baan  is to provide your client with enough information—persuasively presented information—to prove your case and motivate the client to buy your services or applications. That sounds pretty straightforward. So why do the vast majority of proposals start out with the vendor's company history? Does the author believe there is something so fundamentally compelling about their origins that clients will immediately be persuaded to buy? And why do a huge number of proposals focus entirely on the vendor's Read More...

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