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NetSuite Had a Sweet IPO. Now What?
The end of 2007, at least in the space that I cover, has certainly been

ipo datasul  Euronext markets. The company's IPO is to position it for the next phase of its growth, providing the means to invest in further product development, sales and marketing, and partner development activities. To celebrate the special occasion, NetSuite's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Zach Nelson rang the day's opening bell, joined by NetSuite Founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chairman of the Board, Evan Goldberg, and NetSuite chief financial officer (CFO) Jim McGeever. The IPO, which turned Read More...
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TOTVS Protheus ERP Is Now TEC Certified
The most recently certified enterprise resource planning (ERP) software product by TEC analysts is offered by the Brazilian company TOTVS and is called Protheus

ipo datasul  an initial public offering (IPO). Since then, the company started growing exponentially, demonstrating incredible and stable growth rates every year, from at least 12% to more 25% annually, even during several economic downturns. During this time, TOTVS made a number of acquisitions: the Brazilian company Logocenter, RM Sistemas, Midbyte e BCS, and some others, and most recently, Datasul. Shortly after its inception, the company implemented a franchising model of product sales. In fact, though TOTVS has Read More...
EXE Latest Vendor to Join IBM Supply Chain Club
IBM and EXE Technologies today announced a global strategic relationship in which the two vendors will provide supply chain customers with integrated solutions

ipo datasul  an aborted attempt to IPO in 1998. Formed in the 1997 merger of Neptune Systems and Dallas Systems, EXE has struggled to complete merger restructuring amid high turnover in its sales organization. Like Stockholm-based IMI, EXE stands to gain a great deal by collaborating with Big Blue, provided that it can work through its integration issues successfully. IBM's action may provoke a similar move by Unix giant Sun Microsystems, which recently announced a global supply chain initiative. User Recommendations Read More...
When ERP and CRM Connect in the Cloud
In early 2011 Plex Systems announced that it has integrated its software-as-a-service (SaaS) enterprise resource planning (ERP) product with salesforce.com’s

ipo datasul  possible initial public offering (IPO) in late 2011 or early 2012. Of course, that type of move raises all kinds of caveats, but right now things are looking good. For its part, publicly traded salesforce.com no longer needs an introduction; it has become the leading provider of cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) systems, i.e., Sales Cloud 2 and Service Cloud 2 . A trailblazer in software as a service (SaaS), salesforce.com has forayed well beyond the realm of CRM. (We’ve previously Read More...
Lawson Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After Part Two: Retail and Professional Service Initiatives
Lawson is sticking to its focus on selected vertical markets, but going forward the tenets of that focus will likely be more finely tuned. Namely, the vendor

ipo datasul  Software-IPO and Several Acquisitions After Part Two: Retail and Professional Service Initiatives Event Summary According to officials of Lawson Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: LWSN), the return of year-over-year license revenue growth was driven by a strong quarter from the health care vertical (for details, see Part One ). The company signed 153 deals in the quarter. Of the total licensing activity in the fiscal 2004 first quarter, 58 percent came from new customers and 42 percent from existing customers. Read More...
Talking to an Unrelenting Cloud Enthusiast - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced Xactly Corporation, a provider of fully multi-tenant, software as a service (SaaS)-based solutions for sales performance

ipo datasul  successful initial public offering (IPO) in 2003 raising more than $70 million. Cabrera earned a BSc degree in business administration with an emphasis in entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California (USC) and a master’s degree in business administration from Santa Clara University . Cabrera is the Chairman of the Board for USC Marshall Partners , Northern California. He is also on the Advisory Board for Santa Clara University's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) . Chris 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 datasul  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...
WAM Systems Offers Supply Chain Planning Packaged Solution For Chemicals
Not many people know of WAM Systems, a privately held supply chain management vendor situated in a Philadelphia suburb. Emboldened by growing interest and new

ipo datasul  investor skepticism toward the IPO market, it is doubtful that WAM Systems will attempt a public offering until late 2001. Although WAM has many attributes that would appeal to investors, such as a history of venture funding support and a list of top tier clients, its narrow market niche and brand obscurity make a near-term IPO unadvisable. (70% probability) e-Business : The PICASO B2B messaging capabilities represent an important advance for WAM and strong selling point for customers eager to join the Read More...
Disruptive Innovations? On-demand Pricing Models and Vendors
Vendors must make fundamental changes to sales and support processes to accommodate on-demand, transaction-based pricing. Software vendors must rethink the

ipo datasul  successful initial public offerings (IPO) in 2004. SalesForce.com claims to have exceeded a critical mass of users with over 190,000 subscribers in 12,500 companies, in over 70 countries. Customers pay a monthly, per user fee to access its Web-based CRM application. The vendor claims it can accommodate customer-specific configurations and that it interfaces to most major enterprise resource planning (ERP) and back-office systems. Perhaps it is the continuous upgrades and attractive product additions, 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 datasul  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...
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 datasul  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...
Agresso + CODA, VITA + Link (+ CODA 2go): What's the Sum? (Part 1)
Over the last few years I have produced a number of articles and blog entries on two once-independent and occasionally competing products: Agresso Business

ipo datasul  pursuing  initial public offerings (IPO s) and requiring “best margin” practices, or are public sector agencies striving for the “best value” for their citizens. The suite is scalable to thousands of concurrent users, and service organizations increasingly consider it as an alternative to tier-one ERP solutions. My recent two-part blog series entitled “Agresso Bucks the Slump (and Fights the “ERP Madness”)” talks about Agresso’s ongoing success. One major reason for this success is Read More...
SynQuest Posts Mixed Results
Still warm from an August IPO, SynQuest finds its revenues growing to new heights while its bottom line remains submerged.

ipo datasul  warm from an August IPO, SynQuest recently reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended June 30, 2000. Total revenue for the fourth quarter increased to $8.1 million compared to $7.0 million for the same period in fiscal 1999. Revenue from software license fees increased by 55% to $5.5 million versus $3.5 million for the three months ended June 30, 1999. Service and support revenues declined 19% to $2.6 million from $3.2 million in the previous quarter and fell 26% from $3.5 Read More...
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 datasul  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...

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