In 1999, JBA launched its @ctive Enterprise Series product line, which allows customers to dynamically model and continuously update their business processes. While the merger with GEAC brings some positive prospects, JBA's ambitious R&D pipeline may be jeopardized.
distribution manange fill rate
integrated suite of manufacturing, distribution and financial software for the AS/400, which was complemented by vertical industry solutions Drinks 400 and Style 400. In 1995, JBA delivered System 21 as an evolutionary successor to Business 400, in tandem with JBA's business intelligence package, Advanced Information Management System (AIMS). Since then, JBA has expanded into several more markets. In 1998, JBA launched System 21 Version 4, which is component-based, cross-platform, and Internet enabled.