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Business Objects Outguns Brio Technology in Patent Dispute
On September 13, Business Objects and Brio Technology announced that they had settled a patent infringement suit. Brio technology will be forced to pay an

debt settlement  equivalents and no long-term debt). User Recommendations Prospective customers considering Brio Technology's products should press for answers on the duration of the license granted to Brio for the use of the patented technology. It is an unfortunate situation when one vendor has to rely on a rival in the same market space for required technology. If the license expires and Brio is not prepared with replacement technology, future releases of the product could be significantly delayed. Customers should Read More
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Best-of-breed Approach to Finance and Accounting
CODA's savvy accounting and financial offerings include budgeting, forecasting, scorecards, and tools that use Microsoft Excel spreadsheets collaboratively and

debt settlement  reporting, stock reconciliations, aged debt processes, and a string of other potential bottlenecks in the period-end closing process. The application automatically generates a period-end web site through the Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server. Related links then automatically bring up InfoPath forms to gather information from different participants and to drive period-end processes, while the web site dynamically reflects data in the back-office finance system. Real time information sharing between CODA Read More
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically
While the existing loyal client base and seasoned affiliate channel remains MAPICS’ trump card in these difficult times, the recent moves of a unified product

debt settlement  million, while $19 million debt has been paid off during last 12 months. On October 30, MAPICS reported net income according to Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP) for the fourth fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2002, of $4.0 million, including a gain of $2.3 million from the settlement of a royalty obligation, versus a hefty loss of $26.3 million, in the year-earlier period (see Figure 1). Figure 1. * Primarily represents a goodwill write down of the PivotPoint acquisition However, the Read More
RedPrairie and JDA Software Merger, Part Two: How Will it Work and What Should we Think?
On November 1, 2012, RedPrairie Corporation and JDA Software announced their merger. Under the terms of the agreement, the entities affiliated with RedPrairie

debt settlement  on this $1.5 billion debt will likely be about $150 million per year, and I suspect research and development (R&D), sales, marketing, and other costs will have to be trimmed down to service the debt. Think about what this means in terms of innovation. These acquisitive software companies have tons of people just ‘keeping the lights on’ in terms of supporting the legacy installs of all the products. How can they bring their development costs down while allocating product development people to focus on Read More
Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy
Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial

debt settlement  estate settlement services, and debt collectors. INSTANT COMPLIANCE WITH KEY SECURITY RULES QualysGuard meets key Gramm-Leach-Bliley security safeguard rules and guidelines detailed below. Interagency Security Guidelines ' Banking 12 CFR Part 30, Appendix B, Sec. III QualysGuard Capabilities Assess Risk ' Each bank shall: Identify reasonably foreseeable internal and external threats that could result in unauthorized disclosure, misuse, alteration, or destruction of customer information or customer Read More
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically Part 2: Market Impact
For the last several months, MAPICS, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAPX), a global provider of extended ERP applications for world-class mid-sized manufacturers, has embarked

debt settlement  performance (i.e, with no debt and with many profitable quarters lately), and the ongoing delivery of enhanced functionality in its ever converging newest product releases. The former Point.Man product now for instance includes multi-currency functionality, and comes in several languages, which should make it more competitive. Moreover, at the beginning of 2002, MAPICS became one of the first software companies to have an entire virtual division, although both former Pivotpoint and MAPICS had initially Read More
Retailers Join Forces for a
Today's competitive retail landscape has lead to mega-mergers between some of the oldest retailers in the US: Kmart and Sears. Before the technical issues of

debt settlement  Kmart bonds and other debt in bankruptcy court and became its largest shareholder and chairman of the board, has since orchestrated the merger. Under the terms of the agreement, which was unanimously approved by both companies' boards of directors, Sears Holdings will be headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois (US), and Kmart will continue to have a significant presence in Troy, Michigan (US). Kmart shareholders will receive one share of new Sears Holdings common stock for each Kmart share. Sears share Read More
Consona’s CEO Clearing the Air (about Compiere) - Part 1
In early June Consona Corporation’s analyst relationship (AR) contact forewarned me about the company’s upcoming acquisition of a “leading open-source and

debt settlement  to pay back the debt). Moreover, Consona is not active in the best-of-breed  supply chain management (SCM)  space, despite Battery Ventures also owning HighJump Software . Neither is Consona in active pursuit of the public sector, enterprise asset management (EAM ), and  business intelligence (BI) /performance management (PM) offerings yet, as is Infor. In addition, a major philosophical difference is that all of Consona’s products and their roadmaps are independently managed (in a  profit center � Read More
Waking Up to a “New Day” at Infor
Moving away from the relentless acquisitions of the past, Infor is waking up to a brand new day, marked by innovative product development that will change the

debt settlement  to pay down whatever debt it had.   However, Infor’s disciplined approach began to go off track with the acquisitions of MAPICS (2005), GEAC (2006), SSA Global (2006), and Workbrain (2007), which generally came with higher price tags but also brought a host of product quality issues, questionable management practices, and cultural challenges.   For example, SSA Global may have doubled Infor’s size but it caused major heartburn and indigestion. The overall fit of the two companies was hampered by Read More
Market Leaders of Global Trade Management
The strategic imperative to streamline the entire lifecycle of global trade has prompted JPMorgan and TradeBeam to acquire complementary companies. Logistics

debt settlement  Leaders of Global Trade Management Enter the Leaders of GTM While many eyes are still on the consolidation of the mainstream enterprise resource planning (ERP) market, the end of 2004 and the beginning of 2005 also have seen the acquisition moves of two prominent players in the global trade management (GTM) market to streamline the entire life cycle of a global trade and make cross-border transactions more efficient. Providing solutions that integrate the physical and financial supply chains by more Read More
Brio Technology Reports Record Second-QuarterEarnings
M2 Presswire - October 22, 1999 - Brio Technology, Inc., (NASDAQ: BRYO) today reported revenues of $30.7 million for its second fiscal 2000 quarter ending

debt settlement  Technology Reports Record Second-QuarterEarnings Event Summary M2 Presswire - October 22, 1999 - Brio Technology, Inc., (NASDAQ: BRYO) today reported revenues of $30.7 million for its second fiscal 2000 quarter ending September 30, 1999. This represents a 53% increase from $20.1 million in the comparable fiscal quarter of 1999. Net income for the quarter was $2.8 million, excluding non-recurring operating expenses of $20.2 million associated with the acquisition of Sqribe Technologies Corp. and the Read More
Most Misunderstood Link in Supply Chain Management
Business practices have changed dramatically through the years, but credit and collections is still handled like it was back in the 1950s. Fact is, it’s way

debt settlement  off as a bad debt loss (money the customer didn't pay). The same as in the '50s. As for usable written policies and procedures, many of these companies have none; only a few have actually documented the why, what, how, and when. The problem with many of these companies is that they have had the same policies and procedures since the 1950s. The new guy learns from the old guy, who learned from the dead guy. (Scott Stratman) The problem with verbal understandings is that everyone gets to be the policy Read More
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

debt settlement  threaten a $135 million debt-for-equity swap with Bear Stearns, which, with a series of asset sales, was designed to keep the company afloat. It's obviously a worrying development, ABN Amro analyst Merijn Nederveen told Reuters. I don't think they'd make it another quarter without the Bear Stearns money. Analysts had previously speculated Baan might become vulnerable to a takeover bid if the shares slid below $7, but said the large slice of the company held by Dutch retail investors had persuaded Read More
Meeting Configure One at PlanetPTC Live 2011
My recent attendance of the PlanetPTC Live 2011 event was a great learning experience. Look for an article with my impressions on the conference and on PTC’s

debt settlement  stable and has been debt-free, growing, and profitable since its second full year in existence. Configure One qualifies as a US veteran-owned business, and all of its founders are involved with the day-to-day business operations. In addition to being debt-free, the company has no venture capital (VC) or other third party investors.  Thus, Configure One’s executives can make decisions that are based solely on the needs of the company and its customers, rather than feel the pressure for quick returns Read More
VAI Explains Its (Quiet) Success in a Hotly Contested ERP Market -- Part 2

debt settlement  is not encumbered by debt. The company is focused on developing the highest quality software that is based on real life customer requirements and best practices. The S2K software is very intuitive and easy to use, and the product is cost effective to implement and easy to manage. In addition, the S2K price point and diverse suite of applications offer tremendous value to VAI’s customers, and the staff has a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience. VAI’s competitive landscape is among the Read More

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