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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.

emarket  customers for its Clarus eMarket digital marketplace. Clarus eMarket enables direct buyer-to-seller connectivity, without the central hub associated with other marketplace solutions, such as those from Ariba and Commerce One. It is the first Windows 2000-based digital marketplace framework, and is built upon Microsoft's latest technologies. The new marketplace customers include: AvidXchange.com, a commercial real-estate site that will also use ClarusAuctions HispanB2B, which is designed to provide Read More...
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Commerce One: First SAP, then Microsoft. But What About Clarus?
Commerce One announced an expanded partnership with Microsoft. Will e-procurement be an integral part of your next operating system?

emarket  eProcurement sales and Clarus eMarket sales have occurred through referrals from Microsoft. So it would be hard to discount some effect on Clarus. Frankly, we don't see Clarus and Commerce One evolving toward the same customers, so Microsoft may continue to market for it - and if not Clarus should be able to recover. Figure 1. Source: Quicken.com User Recommendations Do not write Clarus off as a potential vendor. However, should it happen to suffer a few blows in the near future - that is, if it has a Read More...
Epicor Picks Clarus' Bargain At The Software Flea Market
Taking advantage of its rival Microsoft’s either reticence or satiation, Epicor recently acquired its long-term partner Clarus for an almost next to nothing

emarket  Internet marketplace platform, Clarus eMarket , and Clarus Content Services for content management. In May 2000, the company entered the e-sourcing market through the acquisition of iSold.com , an auction and dynamic pricing vendor, while the acquisition of Ireland-based SAI/Rodeo Technologies has added support for the payment and settlement process. Clarus has also partnered with TPN Register for content management, webMethods for its Clarus Fusion integration toolkit, and with Silver Oak Partners for Read More...

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