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Lawson Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After
Lawson Software, almost two years since a successful IPO amid adverse conditions at the time, has had its share of difficulties while rounding up its vertical

ipo allotment  Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After Event Summary Lawson Software has always been unique in many aspects within the enterprise applications market and has consequently had a smooth ride for more than two decades since its inception. The vendor has continued with the same differentiating tune, albeit somewhat amended as to stifle unavoidable external disturbances during the last two years. One of these disturbances would be the losing fiscal 2003 year with crippling revenues (a 20 percent decl Read More...
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Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part I)
In the last decade or so of covering the enterprise applications market, I've witnessed so many products and vendors disappearing and reappearing under a

ipo allotment  Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part I) In the last decade or so of covering the enterprise applications market, I've witnessed so many products and vendors disappearing and reappearing under a different name, ownership, etc. , but it is for the first time now, at the end of 2007 that I saw basically the same vendor go public for the second time (and in a 10 year timespan). Namely, Deltek ( evaluate its flagship product ), the leading provider of enterprise applications software designed specifically for Read More...
Discussing E2open’s Pre-IPO State of Affairs
Today’s businesses are complex. No longer are supply chains linear—but they involve dynamic trading partner networks across the globe. E2open caters to this

ipo allotment  E2open’s Pre-IPO State of Affairs While the world trudged through the worst economic slump in our lifetime in the late 2000s, E2open , a cloud-based supply chain management (SCM) software provider, was prospering. Today, even with the likelihood of double-dip recession in many regions of the world, E2open believes to be well positioned to provide solutions that help its customers—particularly as capital improvement and rapid results are essential to many businesses. The company’s Read More...
Deltek's Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part IV)
Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [evaluate this product] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [evaluate this product

ipo allotment  Second Bite at the IPO Cherry (Part IV) Part III of this blog series analyzed the relatively recently launched Deltek Vision 5 [ evaluate this product ] and Deltek Costpoint 6 [ evaluate this product ] suites. It also tackled the related potential opportunities for Deltek. For one, key up- and cross-sell opportunities should come from: Additional modules, especially from the newly minted Deltek EPM [ evaluate this product ] suite: The majority of new Deltek customers initially purchase a single module or Read More...
NetSuite Had a Sweet IPO. Now What?
The end of 2007, at least in the space that I cover, has certainly been

ipo allotment  its more than successful IPO in which it raised $161.2 million. Various bloggers have duly covered the well-orchestrated IPO Dutch auction proceedings, such as AccManPro , BloggingStocks and ZDnet to name only a few. Prior to that, Ray Wang of Forrester Research reported on NetSuite's S-1 filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), at his Software Insider Point of View blog . While NetSuite is yet to achieve profitable operations, still, as an innovative software company, the current Read More...
Lawson Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
Lawson has yet to show that its strategy and technology can

ipo allotment  Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations Challenges While we believe that the strategy of Lawson Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: LWSN) has been sound, many may wonder why the vendor has experienced recent troubles. The reasons are multiple. First, it appears that sectors such as health care, the public sector, and professional services have not been less recession-sensitive amid the overall market malaise. Second, one should never discount fierce competition Read More...
Check Point Leads Firewall Market
With a workforce of 800+ employees, Check Point continues to see record revenues selling firewall and related information security solutions.

ipo allotment  Check Point launched its IPO on NASDAQ under ticker symbol CHKPF. On March 3, 1999, they changed their ticker symbol to CHKP. Check Point's founder, Chairman, President, and CEO, Gil Shwed developed his security skills while working in the intelligence unit of the Israeli Army. With fellow founders, Marius Nacht, and Shlomo Kramer, he was able to launch the first release of FireWall-1 in 1994. The wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Check Point Software Technologies, Inc., was formed in 1995 to lead the Read More...
Lawson Software Braves IPO And Reports Strongly Against The Odds
Lawson Software has to a degree spiced up the end of a bland IPO year, and has also joined the elite of enterprise applications vendors that have seen license

ipo allotment  Software Braves IPO And Reports Strongly Against The Odds Event Summary On December 20, Lawson Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: LWSN), a provider of Web-based business applications for specific service industries, reported total revenues for its second quarter of fiscal 2002 ended November 30, 2001, of $95.1 million, which a 15.5% increase from total revenues of $82.3 million in its fiscal 2001 second quarter. For Q2 2002, license fee revenue totaled $30.1 million, up 16.6% from $25.8 million in Q2 2001. 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.

ipo allotment  conditions, EXE cancelled an IPO in 1998. With an entirely new team of underwriters on board, EXE recently downsized its IPO expectations from generating $111 million to $53 million. With the close of the second quarter of calendar 2000, EXE's position in the SCE market is in doubt as other players, such as Manhattan Associates, continue to gain market share. Based solely on license revenues, however, EXE is the clear leader with $25.4 million in license revenue for FY1999 and over $30 million for the Read More...
Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce
Logility has achieved an impressive 33% total revenue growth over the past five years, demonstrating that it can still compete effectively in a B2B software

ipo allotment  later, American conducted an IPO of 16% of Logility's shares, which raised $32 million despite the fact that Logility had never had a profitable year. Logility has achieved an impressive 33% total revenue growth over the past five years, demonstrating that it can compete effectively in a business-to-business (B2B) software market dominated by much larger players (see Figure 1). Of its $32 million in revenues (last four quarters), 48% derives from sales of its Voyager solutions, with the remainder from Read More...
Expedia Relaxes Registration Requirement
The Microsoft Network's travel site Expedia has dropped a requirement that surfers register before being allowed to browse the site. Expedia is not ahead of the

ipo allotment  but filed for an IPO in November 1999. The new company will be majority-owned by Microsoft and will retain strong contractual links to Microsoft. Market Impact Websites want registration for two reasons. First, to deliver a more personalized service and thereby make the surfing experience more valuable to the user. Second, to serve ads that are most likely to elicit a response. However, it has been known for some time that a substantial proportion of users will shy away from sites that require Read More...
Talking to an Unrelenting Cloud Enthusiast - Part 1
During my several years of attending events organized by the cloud computing evangelist salesforce.com, such as Dreamforce and Cloudforce, Xactly Corporation

ipo allotment  successful initial public offering (IPO) in 2003 raising more than $70 million. Enter Xactly Corporation During his Callidus tenure, Cabrera saw how prohibitive the cost of on-premise  sales performance management (SPM) applications like Callidus TrueComp really were.  He left Callidus in 2005 and founded Xactly – the industry’s first and only provider of fully multi-tenant,  software as a service (SaaS) -based solutions for SPM.  This really opened the door for companies of all sizes to not only Read More...
Plex Systems Poised to Execute in 2013
The Plex Systems team was in town recently. TEC’s P.J. Jakovljevic and I took the opportunity to sit down with the new Plex CEO, Jason Blessing, as well as V.P.

ipo allotment  further talk of an IPO likely at least a couple of years down the road. On the product front, while end-user driven innovation will always continue to be part of Plex’s DNA, we heard suggestions of a more formal product strategy guiding Plex's continuous product release strategy. I asked specifically about Plex’s supply chain strategy, where, plainly, Plex does not try to be all things to all customers. Plex feels that end-users are not looking for a supply chain suite in Plex, and that end-users are Read More...
Thinking Radically about Unstructured Data: Interview with Ron Carrière, CEO of Cirilab
Being able to manage unstructured text is no longer a “nice to have,” as companies and individual users alike have to deal with increasing amounts of

ipo allotment  dollar Initial Public Offering (IPO) and stewarded ACDS software to revenue in excess of $20 million (USD) before his departure. In 1990, he founded Nucor Hyper Technologies Inc. and in 1995 Le Centre International de Recherche en Infographie, and was chairman of both organizations. In 2001, he co-founded what would become Cirilab Inc., where he currently serves as president and CEO. Hello Mr. Carrière. Could you tell us about your experience working with unstructured data? RC. Working as a geodetic Read More...
Sorting Through the ERP, Lean MFG, APS, and MES Clutter - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started with the fact that the ability to sense demand and become a demand-driven (responsive) business is more than just the catch

ipo allotment  high initial public offering (IPO) valuations and thriving stocks. Many of them have meanwhile ceased to exist as independent entities, such as i2 Technologies, Manugistics, Numetrix, SynQuest, RSS Scheduling, Fygir , etc. The others, such as Adexa, Asprova, Ortems, Preactor, Taylor Scheduling, AspenTech, Logility, Demand Solutions, Planetogether, WAM Systems , etc. have been doing fine, by end large. Even the abovementioned former companies and their value propositions seem to have lately been reborn Read More...

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