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Bank is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce
TD Bank of Canada has entered into a partnership with Commerce One to create an E-purchasing marketplace in Canada. As the first such endeavor, the bank hopes

commerce one bank  bank is partnering with Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) to create the marketplace and will make Commerce One's other networks available to its customers. (See TEC News Analysis articles: Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes...and Elsewhere and Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft ). The new marketplace will serve customers of all sizes, and after its initial offering of straight purchasing, will extend to these customers additional services such as dynamic trading, purchase cards and Read More...
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Commerce One: Everything but Profits
Commerce One is a household name because of its strong growth and its focus on the global marketplace. It now has to decide how to respond to the recent Ariba

commerce one bank  25, 2000 Vendor Genesis: Commerce One began life in 1994 as DistriVision, originally focused on developing CD-ROM sales catalogs. The company took its first steps toward fame and fortune at age two-and-a-half when it grabbed Mark Hoffman, who had been CEO of Sybase, to be its leader. As new CEO, Hoffman quickly raised more than $7 million in venture funding for the infant company, and brought several former Sybase employees along with him. Hoffman said at the time that he supposed the company could reach Read More...
Legal Considerations in E-commerce
Doing business on the Internet can involve some tricky legal issues. This article will help you understand the kinds of information you need to provide to your

commerce one bank  your business plan. Electronic commerce is like any business undertaking. As with any business, there needs to be a well thought out business plan that includes the details on what the business entails, who will be involved in the business, who will carry out the various business steps and how the business will achieve its financial goals. Unfortunately, the current gold rush mentality surrounding Internet stocks and IPO's has created a feeling among many in the business community that they need to jump Read More...
Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft
E-procurement powerhouse Commerce One creates business-to-business marketplaces in Canada and Latin America It has also launched a phalanx of portals in

commerce one bank  and PeopleSoft Event Summary Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) announced a broad range of initiatives in E-procurement. Continuing in its apparent strategy to dominate E-procurement outside of the United States (See TEC News Analysis article: Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes...and Elsewhere ), the company will partner with TD Bank Financial Group (NYSE/TSE: TD) to build an electronic marketplace and trading portal in Canada. TD Bank Financial Group is a Canadian firm that has already developed a Read More...
Commerce One Tries Harder
E-procurement's number two firm announced a fleet of new products and services across its entire product line.

commerce one bank  On the buyer side, Commerce One BuySitetm 6.0, in both its Enterprise and Portal Editions, offer a variety of new features. Among these is smooth integration of dynamic pricing. A buyer can use a wizard to create various forms of RFQ (request for quotation) and reverse auction. The new version also includes support for multiple languages and currencies within a single firm or transaction. This is a step forward from the previous version where separate systems were required to support multinational Read More...
Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes and Elsewhere
Procurement vendor Commerce One and Cable &Wireless Optus sign a deal to establish an electronic marketplace in Australia and New Zealand. Commerce One is

commerce one bank  and Elsewhere Event Summary Commerce One (Nasdaq: CMRC), the number two vendor of electronic procurement solutions with 6.5 percent of the market according to Dataquest (See TEC's News Analysis article: Ariba Reaches Out To The Little Guy September 28th, 1999 ) has entered into a partnership with Cable & Wireless Optus (formerly Optus Communications) to establish a trading portal in the Australian region for business to business commerce. Cable & Wireless Optus has also licensed Commerce One's software Read More...
SAP Business One Is To Be Offered On SAP HANA Soon
SAP is steadily and consistently expanding its SAP HANA–powered business software offerings. As it has been announced at CeBIT 2013, one of the world's major

commerce one bank  Business One Is To Be Offered On SAP HANA Soon SAP is steadily and consistently expanding its SAP HANA–powered business software offerings. As it has been announced at CeBIT 2013, one of the world's major computer and electronic industry trade shows, in Hanover, Germany, SAP's Business One version for SAP HANA is now available in restricted shipment mode. Obviously, it will become a commercial version pretty soon. This move fully fits SAP's strategy on leveraging impressive capabilities of this Read More...
Case Study: St. George Bank
St. George Bank is Australia’s fifth largest bank, with over 8,500 employees. Along with teaching its channels about the bank’s products, St. George must ensure

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Commerce One Holds Announcement Festival
Commerce One’s eLink2000 in Las Vegas is less about gambling than it is about sure things. Except, perhaps, for just how close it’s willing to get to SAP.

commerce one bank  One Holds Announcement Festival Commerce One Holds Announcement Festival D. Geller - October 2, 2000 Event Summary Commerce One's annual meeting was held in Las Vegas On September 18-20. Items about partnerships and recent successes dominated the announcement list. One significant exception was the release of Auction Services 4.0, Commerce One's B2B auction management product. This release provides support for more complex transactions than before, puts more types of auction at the customer's disposal, Read More...
The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its

commerce one bank  Power of One Introduction So many articles today discuss the capabilities of integration services and their ability to tie together information from multiple disparate systems. In the marketplace there are stand-alone products, provided by companies like Tibco and Vitria that perform these services, and it seems that all of the major ERP vendors now have an integration story of their own. The focus on integration stems from the fact that businesses have business processes that they are attempting to Read More...
Commerce One: Connectivity Improved
During the eLink 2000 conference, Commerce One announced two new partnerships/alliances designed to improve connectivity.

commerce one bank  the availability of the Commerce One BuySite to ERP Connector for SAP R/3. The Connector, based on NEON's e-Business infrastructure products, integrates Commerce One Buysite 6.0 with SAP R/3. Commerce One BuySite is an e-procurement application that provides direct access to suppliers and to Commerce One's Global Trading Web. The XML-based Connector works with NEON e-Biz Integrator, NEON adapter for SAP R/3 and NEON adapter for Commerce One. It provides business logic to perform account checking, create Read More...
Simplifying the Management of Tier-one ERP Systems for Mid-sized Companies
The idea that tier-one systems are difficult to maintain and upgrade is based on outdated notions about their complexity and flexibility. Although tier-one

commerce one bank  the Management of Tier-one ERP Systems for Mid-sized Companies The idea that tier-one systems are difficult to maintain and upgrade is based on outdated notions about their complexity and flexibility. Although tier-one systems are more complex internally than tier-two or tier-three systems, tier-one systems are often easier to maintain: for one thing, one enterprise system is easier to maintain than several. Learn more about this and other reasons for upgrading to a tier-one system. Read More...

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