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Adonix Grows Roots Against The OddsPart 1
Proving that a lack of size can be compensated with a savvy value proposition, Adonix, until recently a quiet French ERP provider, keeps on delivering pieces of its strategy to further establish itself internationally, despite a harsh and hostile environment.

ERD ADONIX: Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds Part 1 Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds Part 1 P.J. Jakovljevic - August 20, 2002 Read Comments Adonix Grows Roots Against The Odds P.J. Jakovljevic - August 20, 2002 Event Summary Amid the doom, gloom and despondency news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, it may be refreshing to hear upbeat and enthusiastic plans for the future coming from a relatively less known smaller vendor. Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a
8/20/2002

Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 1: Recent Announcements
While Adonix, until recently a quiet French ERP provider, may have the trumps to create more buzz internationally, the road to success will by no means be an easy ride.

ERD ADONIX: Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 1: Recent Announcements Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 1: Recent Announcements P.J. Jakovljevic - March 12, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a privately held French enterprise applications provider for mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies, has recently unveiled its significantly enhanced latest product release. Adonix X3 Version 1.3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite has reportedly been
3/12/2002

Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO?Part Two: Market Impact
Contrary to most peer vendors, which started their ERP applications in the manufacturing space, Adonix first established a strong presence and functionality in the distribution/logistics field. Its timely focus on distribution/supply chain execution (SCE) has proven to be wise and useful particularly these days, since it remains a fertile enterprise applications area.

ERD ADONIX: Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Part Two: Market Impact Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Part Two: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - February 14, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary In the year marked by depressing news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, which has also resulted in a recent flurry of acquisitions (often for ridiculously low prices), it may be refreshing to hear an upbeat strategy, including the Xmas-shopping-like
2/14/2003

Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 2: The Future
Adonix often comes ahead of larger global players in terms of functional fit, pricing, and understanding of the local requirements in the distribution area.

ERD ADONIX: Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 2: The Future Adonix Expands X3 And Its French Connection Part 2: The Future P.J. Jakovljevic - March 13, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary Adonix ( www.adonix.com ), a privately held French enterprise applications provider for mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies, has recently unveiled its significantly enhanced latest product release. Adonix X3 Version 1.3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite has reportedly been completely rebuilt to
3/13/2002

The Enterprise Applications Arms Race To Be Number Three
Although their consolidation appetite is not diminishing by any means, some major acquisition protagonists like SSA Global and Infor seem to be showing signs of more deliberation and even restraint, rather than jumping the gun to indiscriminately gain market share.

ERD ADONIX: The Enterprise Applications Arms Race To Be Number Three The Enterprise Applications Arms Race To Be Number Three P.J. Jakovljevic - April 24, 2006 Read Comments Event Summary In the enterprise resource planning (ERP) world there is fierce competition to be number three (after SAP and Oracle ). The leading contenders are Infor , Lawson Software , and SSA Global . For a detailed discussion of Lawson, see New Lawson Software s Transatlantic Extended Enterprise Resource Planning Intentions ). This is
4/24/2006

SSA GT to EXE-cute (Yet) Another AcquisitionPart Two: EXE
Like the previous few SSA GT acquisitions, this merger too seems aimed at enlarging SSA GT's customer base, market share, and more importantly, its predictably recurring support revenue and consequently larger R&D pool. Both companies have notable customer bases with a wide geographic spread (particularly in emerging markets that have been much less affected by the recession).

ERD ADONIX: SSA GT to EXE-cute (Yet) Another Acquisition Part Two: EXE SSA GT to EXE-cute (Yet) Another Acquisition Part Two: EXE P.J. Jakovljevic - September 27, 2003 Read Comments EXE Background On August 18, SSA Global Technologies (SSA GT) ( www.ssagt.com ), and EXE Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXEE) announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which SSA GT will acquire the embattled global supply chain execution (SCE) provider. Under the agreement, a subsidiary of SSA GT will merge into EXE Technologies
9/27/2003

Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities?Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations
Invensys must communicate its successes and strategy to the marketplace, and must aggressively invest in customer satisfaction, marketing, and sales. IPS must convince customers and prospects that it is here to stay; while the functionally rich products are great advantages, many other considerations make some customers and prospects perceive these solutions a risk.

ERD ADONIX: Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities? Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The Protean Boost Overcome Its Liabilities? Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - May 14, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary Recently, after a lengthy and painstaking soul-searching exercise, Invensys plc , the global automation and controls group
5/14/2003

RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS AcquisitionPart Two: Market Impact
It is becoming increasingly important for supply chain execution (SCE) suppliers to have global implementation and service capabilities, while multinational user companies conversely benefit from working with global application providers. Now, the two merged vendors, RedPrairie Corporation and LIS, should have the critical mass and geographical breadth necessary to better serve the needs of their global customers, with local, multilingual support, and to compete for an ever-increasing number of multi-modal transport, multinational engagements.

ERD ADONIX: RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS Acquisition Part Two: Market Impact RedPrairie to Spread Across Europe through LIS Acquisition Part Two: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - April 29, 2004 Read Comments Market Impact The long predicted consolidation within the warehouse management systems (WMS)/supply chain execution (SCE) market seems finally to be happening. It has started however by an unexpected route, since instead of a direct intra-market consolidation, some public SCE/WMS vendors and
4/29/2004

SYSPRO - Awaiting Positive IMPACT From Its Brand UnificationPart Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
SYSPRO remains a stalwart vendor within the mid-market accounting, manufacturing, and distribution software markets. The current market trend is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for small and medium-sized companies with a justifiable return on investment (ROI), and SYSPRO seems to have a fair shot. Moreover, with its global coverage, multi-national product’s capabilities, suitability to diverse manufacturing environments, as well as with its cross-platform support and excellent service & support track, the vendor seems poised to give run for the money to almost any contender.

ERD ADONIX: SYSPRO - Awaiting Positive IMPACT From Its Brand Unification Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations SYSPRO - Awaiting Positive IMPACT From Its Brand Unification Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - March 15, 2003 Read Comments Challenges Last fall, SYSPRO , a privately held global provider of enterprise software for small to medium enterprises (SMEs), with its US headquarters in Costa Mesa, CA ( www.syspro.com ), announced a new global brand, representing the
3/15/2003

SugarCRM


ERD ADONIX: SugarCRM provides commercial open-source customer relationship management (CRM) applications. The company was formed in April 2004, and is headquartered in Cupertino, California (US).

Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based MatchmakerPart 4: User Recommendations
This tutorial identifies the significance of researching technology vendors to both buyers and vendors/VARs. Buyers require research to determine the short list and vendors/VARs can use research to assess the viability of opportunities before committing time and money to a sales effort. Since a 'one-size-fits-all' product is still not a viable solution for most clients, the ability of technology products to meet clients' needs depends on client requirements. The Catch 22 for both buyers and vendors/VARs is to pinpoint the right match in this ongoing 'dating game'.

ERD ADONIX: Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 4: User Recommendations Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 4: User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - March 11, 2002 Read Comments Executive Summary Selecting a piece of enterprise application software has never been an exact science. Vendors hype, consultants conflict of interest, users doubts, tediously long selection processes, and unclear decisions rationale are some of the unfortunate watchwords for most selection
3/11/2002


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