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i2 Buys RightWorks, Deals Blow To Ariba, Manugistics
i2 buys e-procurement vendor RightWorks as it and old supply chain rival Manugistics increasingly find themselves fending off new challengers. Shared adversity

i2 rightworks  26, 2001 Event Summary i2 Technologies recently announced that it would acquire collaborative e-procurement vendor RightWorks , subject to shareholder approval. Analysts are portraying the move as the last straw for i2's stormy partnership with Ariba . Although i2 will honor 15 or so existing joint contracts and will continue selling the integrated solution to clients on demand, it readily concedes that the alliance begun amid much fanfare just a year ago is over. The IBM portion of the relationship Read More
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RedPrairie and JDA Software Merger, Part One: What’s (Not) to Like?
My blog series in 2009 entitled “A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players” talked at great length about RedPrairie Corporation, JDA Software, and Manhattan

i2 rightworks  (CPG) manufacturing space. Surely, i2 has been a mess as an acquirer (remember the $5 billion Aspect write off in the early 2000s, and wasted opportunities with RiverOne, Supplybase, Trade Service Corp., Rightworks Corp. , etc.?), but JDA will not necessarily have the same problem. One of JDA's biggest mistakes was to get suckered into buying i2 and having that huge failed implementation lawsuit at Dillard’s and the $250 million or so punitive damage verdict (the matter has meanwhile been settled ). In Read More
Fortune Smiles on i2 Technologies
Texas-based i2 Technologies recently ranked 44th on FORTUNE magazine's list of the top 100 software vendors.

i2 rightworks  Smiles on i2 Technologies Fortune Smiles on i2 Technologies S. McVey - September 3rd, 1999 Event Summary Texas-based i2 Technologies recently ranked 44th on FORTUNE magazine's list of the top 100 software vendors. Companies were judged according to a combination of earnings-per-share, revenue growth and total return. i2 credits their success to the customer growth made possible by their Intelligent eBusiness solutions. Market Impact i2 Technologies' success comes at a time when other supply chain ma Read More
Inventory Planning & Optimization: Extending Your ERP System Part Three: Business Case for Inventory Optimization Solutions
Inventory Optimization software recognizes that different industries have different inventory profiles and requirements. Research has indicated that solutions

i2 rightworks  Fifty-five percent of the i2 customers interviewed did not believe they achieved a positive ROI from their i2 investment, after an average of 2.2 years of use and that Most of these customers attributed their negative ROI to the length of time necessary to deploy the i2 solution. Nearly 70 percent of i2 deployments lasted longer than planned, an average of nearly three times more than the project team had expected. (Source: BusinessWire, 13 January, 2003) How costly will the new software be? One Read More
i2 Technologies’ Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld™
Users should welcome the prospects for better integration delivered by the new alliance but temper expectations with the realization that it may be merely a

i2 rightworks  J. D. Edwards OneWorld™ i2 Technologies' Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld S. McVey - July 12, 2000 Event Summary Nearly lost among a slew of press releases was J. D. Edwards' announcement that it would offer its OneWorld enterprise application suite through i2 Technologies' TradeMatrix platform for business-to-business collaboration. Highlighted by J. D. Edwards founder and current chief Ed McVaney during FOCUS 2000, the alliance aims to give TradeMatrix customers access to the execution Read More
ChemicalsWorld.com Debuts On The Web
ChemicalsWorld.com, a new Internet marketplace offering value-added services for users in the chemicals industry makes its debut.

i2 rightworks  technology market, IBM and i2 Technologies. ChemicalsWorld.com is one of the first industry-specific subscriptions-based forums where buyers and sellers can meet, share information, exchange goods and services, and ultimately run critical supply chain operations of their businesses. As of May, the site offered little beyond descriptions of its planned features that were to be rolled out by the beginning of June, an ambitious goal given the scope of the services. Four value chain services to be offered Read More
EXE Technologies Begins Life In The Public Eye
Undaunted by its negative bottom line, EXE resurrected plans for an IPO this year, proceeds of which will be used to fuel its newfound growth.

i2 rightworks  be complementary additions to i2 Technologies' core supply chain planning applications. Acquisition by i2 within the next 12-24 months (40% probability) would allow it to offer one-stop shopping for supply chain planning and execution software. In spite of EXE's strong position in the WMS and fulfillment markets, further growth will be difficult without an infusion of capital. The company has chosen to address this need through its recent IPO. Though the stock market has been dangerous for software Read More
Oracle Sails Despite Market’s Low Tide; How Far Will It Go?
For the time being, Oracle seems to have defied a global trend toward a slowdown in the technology market, which even its archrival, Microsoft, could not avoid.

i2 rightworks  and the trio of i2 Technologies , IBM , and Ariba , which have also seen strong demand for their products. Oracle's 'one-stop' shop mantra is a compelling message, however other established players have made every effort to deliver integrated hybrid bundles of best-of-breed point solutions. It is unlikely that the high-end of market is going to buy Oracle's integrated solution mantra; flexibility is the word often associated with the New Economy. The fact remains that most of Oracle's potential large Read More
JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of the JDA FOCUS 2010 conference on the heels of the recent merger between JDA Software (NASDAQ: JDAS) and

i2 rightworks  Software  (NASDAQ: JDAS) and i2 Technologies . The article first discussed the different geneses and cultures of the two merging parties. One major outcome of the conference was JDA’s unveiled plan to converge most of its existing and acquired product sets. To that end, JDA pledged several key commitments to its customers, starting with that the company would continue to support all of its products.  In addition, JDA will not replace one product with another, but will rather create a “Superior Read More
i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters
What a difference a year makes. Two months after the Nike debacle, more than a dozen class action lawsuits for securities fraud are now pending in federal and

i2 rightworks  Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters S. McVey - May 8, 2001 Event Summary i2 Technologies deflated investor confidence last month when it announced lower than expected first quarter earnings. The once infallible vendor of supply chain management solutions warned the Street that pro forma earnings would miss the projected $0.04 per share by two cents. License revenues of $211.1 million fell from an all-time high of $244 million in the fourth quarter of 2000 while services Read More
What’s With Ariba Selling Its Sourcing Services Team to Accenture?
My recent series about the merger of JDA Software and i2 Technologies raised the issue whether any independent software vendor (ISV) can at the same time be

i2 rightworks  of JDA Software and i2 Technologies raised the issue whether any independent software vendor (ISV) can at the same time be a successful professional service provider  (even without considering a possible conflict with its service provider partners). Coincidentally or not, in early October Ariba sent a message to the market that its focus going forward will be on becoming a trading partner network provider with its  on-demand software  at the core to facilitate trading transactions. What happened? Read More
Nulogx
The genesis of Nulogx was the result of i2 divesting itself of a portion of its transportation management implementation group as an alternative way to

i2 rightworks  was the result of i2 divesting itself of a portion of its transportation management implementation group as an alternative way to support its customers and implementations. To this day, the vendor continues to provide implementation and transportation management consulting to i2 and its customer base. In 2004 Nulogx went back to its roots and acquired from i2 Technologies' Transportation Management and Transportation Optimizer applications for the IBM System-i platform. Nulogx is headquartered in Read More
Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement
The word 'profitability': is being bandied about as some e-procurement vendors show continued growth.

i2 rightworks  it inherits from its i2 alliance, and Commerce One with its strong global network. Their partnerships - Ariba's with i2 and IBM, Commerce One's with SAP and GXS - also give them playing fields that are largely their own. While the overlap in spheres of influence and target customers is large, we think the time will come when they don't feel the urge to fight too terribly hard against each other. The two smaller companies we looked at are also tooting their horns. PurchasePro signed giant Computer Associat Read More

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