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Surf's Up at Akamai
Akamai has unveiled a killer IPO in a mere 14 months. Its innovative product called FreeFlow delivers website content at stellar speeds. Will it be able to

gte internetworking  Conrades (former President of GTE Internetworking) as CEO, and formally launched Akamai's website in April of '99. Without relying on centralized servers, Akamai's FreeFlow service delivers content from strategic Internet locations, allowing Websites to access objects at speeds 2 to 10 times faster than they would otherwise. Wall Street drooled as the Cambridge-based internet startup ended at 145 3/16 on its first day of trading on the Nasdaq. Akamai's IPO was recorded as the fourth-largest ever

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When You Realized the Need for a Unified View of Your Customers, that is E.piphany


E.piphany’s E.5 product suite is scheduled for release in late August. The new suite combines analytical customer information with traditional CRM functionality to provide advances in personalization and campaign management.

gte internetworking  the likes of Kodak, GTE, and Hilton. Wall Street has rewarded E.piphany with a steady gain in stock price from around $50 in late May to its current price at around $110. The market for CRM products is booming. TEC estimates the CRM market at $8.5 billion, and predicts a 68% growth this year. E.piphany's growth is well ahead of the curve, generating $24.5 Million in the second quarter 2000, a 70% increase over the previous quarter. Although E.5 is a revolutionary product that will up the ante for Read More

Acquisitions Fuel Vendor Growth in the Enterprise Applications Field


Infor cites continued organic growth, license revenue from new customers, and install base cross-selling and up-selling as key growth drivers for the group. The acquisition of Formation Systems and Geac can only fuel Infor growth.

gte internetworking  real estate unit of GTE Enterprise Initiatives ; the assets of Princeton Network Systems ; Management Data; the midrange software business of EBC Informatique ; and many more (see Geac Gets Its Commonsense Share Of Consolidation, With Revolving Door CEOs No Less ). Geac Background Although since 1990 Geac has acquired over 50 companies (and since 1999 spent over $550 million on acquisitions), it failed to add significant value and synergy to its highly unrelated acquisitions. To make things worse, the Read More

Sendmail Matures


In 1981, Eric Allman developed sendmail to route messages between disparate mail systems. Two years later, in 1983, sendmail version 4.2 was shipping with 18 different vendor UNIX systems.

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Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology


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gte internetworking  Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology Glen B. Alleman is associated with Niwot Ridge Consulting, www.niwotridge.com About This Note: This note is presented in five parts as follows: Introduction to Software Architecture The Architecture Process Steps in the Architecture Process Moving from Planning to Implementation Applying the Methodology Part V - Applying the Methodology A Critical Success Factor in the architecture business is the Read More

The Essential Supply Chain


Supply Chain Management (SCM) once viewed as a way to obtain a competitive advantage, is now perceived as a logical and necessary extension of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The reasons: First, traditional ERP systems lack the advanced planning tools necessary for companies to respond to an increasingly competitive business environment. Second, advances in computing power and data transmission enable disparate entities to communicate efficiently and at a low cost. Finally, vendors have observed the complementary nature of SCM and ERP and are engaged in consolidation of their product suites.

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Trigo Helps Suppliers Connect


Trigo believes that suppliers want help in managing online customers and has the survey results to prove it.

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Getting a More Exact Picture of, Well, Exact Software Americas - Part 1


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