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Essentus Vision Planning
Essentus Vision Planning brings a tightness and flexibility to retail planning operations. One system integrating merchandise and financial planning, with an additional assortment planning module, Vision Planning gives the depth and flexibility to maximize your assortments.

ESSENTUS: Essentus Vision Planning Essentus Vision Planning Source: Essentus Document Type: Case Study Description: Essentus Vision Planning brings a tightness and flexibility to retail planning operations. One system integrating merchandise and financial planning, with an additional assortment planning module, Vision Planning gives the depth and flexibility to maximize your assortments. Essentus Vision Planning style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Essentus Learn more about Essentus
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

What s in a Name for Supply Chain Vendors?
Paragon Management Systems, now Adexa, is the latest niche supply chain management vendor to re-christen itself in the last seven months. Since July, four small vendors have assumed new names and personas to better differentiate their offerings in the marketplace.

ESSENTUS: the first half 2000. Essentus International: On January 17 of this year, Richter Systems changed its name to Essentus, presumably to promote what it feels is the essential nature of its solutions in providing the backend fulfillment infrastructure for web-based retailers in the fashion industry. Essentus s supply chain execution products are targeted for softgoods manufacturers and distributors . Market Impact For Intrepa, Essentus, and Adexa, the name change is part of a initiative for positioning in

Adexa Reports Record First Quarter Results
It began the quarter as Paragon Management Systems and finished it as Adexa. Now the company looks to build on its record first quarter results.

ESSENTUS: including Commerce One, Vitria, Essentus, and McHugh Software, plus systems integration firms Compaq Professional Services and Origin. The next few quarters are a time of trial for Adexa as it attempts to shed the anonymity that dogged its existence as Paragon. Market Impact Founded in 1994, Adexa seems to have been biding its time for the last six years while the hype focused on bigger supply chain management software players like i2 and Manugistics. This obscurity was largely undeserved as Adexa offers

Lifting a Veil of Mystery Off Jesta I.S. » The TEC Blog
1996 and rebranded as Essentus . In 2003, Essentus was purchased by a diversified holding company, the Jesta Group , and reborn as Jesta I.S. In addition to Jesta I.S., the Jesta Group controls Jesta Digital , a mobile digital entertainment and services enterprise, further solidifying the Group’s presence in the technology industry and empowering Jesta I.S. to benefit from synergies and vertical integration between the two enterprises. Since the Jesta Group’s acquisition, more than $40 million (CAD)

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Adexa Prepares To Step Into The Spotlight
From its roots in advanced planning and scheduling, Adexa, Inc. has emerged as a strong player in the business-to-business collaboration software market. With an aggressive marketing campaign and potential public offering, the company hopes to end its toil behind the scenes and take center stage.

ESSENTUS: chain execution system vendors Essentus (formerly Richter Systems) and McHugh Software. A recent partnership with Selectica is intended to enable companies that sell configured products via the Internet to provide their customers with accurate ATP and CTP information. E-business infrastructure partners include Commerce One, which jointly sells and markets iCollaboration with its MarketSite portals, and Broadvision, which will provide customers with customized Internet access to iCollaboration and supply

HK Systems Gives Birth To Software Company, irista™
The launch of irista mimics a trend among supply chain management vendors to achieve a higher profile for their products amid a multitude of competitive offerings.

ESSENTUS: popular as evidenced by Essentus (Richter Systems), Provia (Haushahn Systems & Engineers), Intrepa (The Summit Group), Demantra (Eventus Logistics) and others. In addition to being easy to remember, small novel names produce few if any unrelated Internet search results, making it easy for corporate IT buyers to locate the right company. With the proliferation of such monikers, however, irista will need to work hard to differentiate itself and distance itself from parent HK. User Recommendations In

Analysis of Manhattan Associates New Partnership with CommercialWare
Supply chain execution vendor, Manhattan Associates recently took a big step toward e-Business by partnering with CommercialWare, a 50 million transaction developer of e-Commerce enabling solutions.

ESSENTUS: Logility,. and most recently Essentus (formerly Richter Systems). Manhattan s experience in e-fulfillment actually dates back to the mid-90s and includes solutions for Patagonia, International Cornerstone Group, and J. Jill. In terms of financial viability, new alliances that further its role as an e-fulfillment software provider provides Manhattan a means for reversing a decline in licenses over the past two years (see Figure 1). Although growth in maintenance revenues indicates Manhattan is staying

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