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J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings
On August 23, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. Despite notable license fee revenue growth of 56% over the same period last year, the net loss for the Q3 2000 was a hefty $22.6 million.

JD EDWARDS OMW: J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings P.J. Jakovljevic - September 27, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - September 27, 2000 Event Summary In August, J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. License fee revenue grew 56% over the same period last year, to $116.7 million (See Figure 1). Transactions over $1 million represented half of the license fee revenue in the third quarter of fiscal 2000 and led to a substantial increase
9/27/2000

J.D. Edwards Fires Siebel, Hires YOU
J.D. Edwards announced plans to acquire CRM vendor YOUcentric, Inc. At the same time, they have severed their 18 month relationship with Siebel and ended integration plans between J.D. Edwards core functionalities and Siebel’s eFrontOffice capabilities. Abrupt? Yes. Unexpected? Possibly. In the best interests of J.D. Edwards and their customers? Wholeheartedly yes.

JD EDWARDS OMW: J.D. Edwards Fires Siebel, Hires YOU J.D. Edwards Fires Siebel, Hires YOU Randy Garland - August 28, 2001 Read Comments R. Garland - August 28, 2001 Event Summary  J.D. Edwards announced plans to acquire CRM vendor YOUcentric , Inc . for approximately $86 million to help companies capitalize on customer and market demand for integrated CRM applications. At the same time, they have severed their 18 month relationship with Siebel and ended integration plans between J.D. Edwards core functionalities and
8/28/2001

J.D. Edwards Closes Out Millennium on an Up Note
On December 1, J.D. Edwards & Company surprised Wall Street by returning to profitability in the fourth quarter, a sign the market may be turning around for J.D. Edwards as companies wrap up Y2K fixes and turn to implementing new software again.

JD EDWARDS OMW: J.D. Edwards Closes Out Millennium on an Up Note J.D. Edwards Closes Out Millennium on an Up Note P.J. Jakovljevic - December 15, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary On December 1, J.D. Edwards surprised Wall Street by returning to profitability in the fourth quarter, a sign the market may be turning around for J.D. Edwards as companies wrap up Y2K fixes and turn to implementing new software again. J.D. Edwards Q499 revenue was $257.6M, down 16% from Q498 revenue of $307.1M. Profits for the recent quarter,
12/15/1999

Is J. D. Edwards’ xtr@ Ordinary?
J. D. Edwards’ supply chain messaging architecture may make life easier for xtr@ users, but offers questionable benefits for collaboration partners.

JD EDWARDS OMW: Is J. D. Edwards’ xtr@ Ordinary? Is J. D. Edwards’ xtr@ Ordinary? Steve McVey - April 24, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - April 24th, 2000 Event Summary Last month in Las Vegas, IBM convened a meeting of executives to discuss current trends in today s digital marketplace and best practices for success. The IBM Supply Chain Executive Conference provided forums for participants from the user community and featured presentations by vendors and partners. Michael Schmitt, senior vice president of B2B
4/24/2000

SAP Versus Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Anatomy of a Decision
The answer may lie in the responses JD Edwards customers gave as to why they selected EnterpriseOneover SAP.

JD EDWARDS OMW: SAP Versus Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Anatomy of a Decision SAP Versus Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Anatomy of a Decision With tier-one software vendors aggressively going after midmarket business, many midsized companies are taking a look at SAP ERP and Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne as potential solutions. But how do you properly compare them against your company s special needs? The answer may lie in the responses JD Edwards customers gave as to why they selected EnterpriseOne over SAP. In
9/19/2011 3:56:00 PM

What s Ahead for Users on the Enterprise Infrastructure Battlefront?
The battle between Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, and IBM goes far beyond applications -- it goes right into the technology stack or the enterprise infrastructure. As a result, these vendors are drilling down deeper to compete with each other.

JD EDWARDS OMW: According to QAD, former JD Edwards customers currently have three choices: 1) wait for Oracle to deliver the Project Fusion, 2) complicate their enterprises by migrating to another mega-suite vendor, such as SAP, or 3) innovate what they already have by adopting QAD software with advanced manufacturing capabilities. QAD s comprehensive offer includes more than financial incentives. It provides an assessment of business processes and systems based on QAD Global Services methodology to determine the most
5/24/2005

Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious
Although end-user companies should continue to track the financial health of their vendors to possibly discern if the vendor will be a collector or one of the collected, the latest torrid 'love triangle' affair involving Oracle, PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards may prove that even a seemingly stable vendor can involuntarily end up being acquired. If your vendor is acquired, do meet the new owners, given their motivation in buying your vendor was the install base and that is you. Showing interest is your part in keeping the relationship the way you want it.

JD EDWARDS OMW: Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious Olin Thompson and Predrag Jakovljevic - June 18, 2003 Read Comments Observation of Recent Events The recent flurry of acquisitions, some of them involving a great part of drama, emotions, and personal recriminations due to their hostile nature, would be the crown evidence that the business application software space is consolidating, a process which started a few
6/18/2003

The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check
While customers may be bemused if not concerned about the Oracle/PeopleSoft merger, they are from a traditionally risk-adverse market. Despite the lush deals offered by the competition, realistically, the only way Oracle will lose customers is through self-inflicted wounds.

JD EDWARDS OMW: The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - May 25, 2005 Read Comments Reality Check With industry consolidation, we naturally see apprehension on the part of end user companies. The merger between Oracle and PeopleSoft, which was finalized in December after much drama ( see part one ), will be no exception. PeopleSoft, and especially former J.D Edwards users are likely discomforted, in part because of Oracle s harsh comments about
5/25/2005

J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now
On March 5, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for Q1 2001. Although the company posted a symbolic profit, the revenue decline begs the question why the company seems to be in a doldrums at the same time when its competitors seem to be upbeat.

JD EDWARDS OMW: Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC) reported financial results for the first quarter ended January 31, 2001. Revenue for Q1 2001 was $217.7 million, a 6% decline compared to revenue of $231.7 million in Q1 2000. License fee revenue was $82.7 million, almost flat compared to $83.3 million in the same period last year. Net income from normalized operations was a symbolic $191,000, compared to a net loss from normalized operations of $31,000 a year ago. Amounts from normalized operations exclude amortization
3/30/2001

Oracle Product Showdown! JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. E-Business Suite
In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and E-Business Suite, Oracle has two of the most popular enterprise solutions available in the marketplace today. To compare these two Oracle products, we looked at six standard enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules: supply chain management, distribution process management, web commerce, human resources, financials, and product technology. To eliminate any chance of bias and to ensure a level playing field, all 3,214 criteria that make up these six modules (and their submodules) in our ERP Evaluation Center were given equal weight and priority…

JD EDWARDS OMW: Oracle Product Showdown! JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. E-Business Suite Oracle Product Showdown! JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. E-Business Suite Neil Stolovitsky - September 12, 2007 Read Comments Welcome to Oracle Product Showdown: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. E-Business Suite I m Neil Stolovitsky, senior research analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers. I d like to welcome you to another in our series of enterprise software Vendor Showdowns. Today s showdown compares two popular Oracle enterprise
9/12/2007

J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One
Deciding that acquisition is the better part of valor, Numetrix cancelled its IPO to combine fortunes with ERP vendor J. D. Edwards & Company. Though technologically adept in the areas of supply chain planning and optimization, Numetrix has lacked a successful marketing strategy, a primary factor in its demise as an independent company. Now, the marketplace scrutinizes the new combination, strategies for integration of Numetrix, and the growing footprint of J. D. Edwards.

JD EDWARDS OMW: J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One Steve McVey - September 1, 1999 Read Comments J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One S. McVey - September 27th, 1999 Vendor Summary Headquartered in Toronto, Numetrix was one of the pioneers of the advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software market. Founded in 1977 by Josef Schengili, the company introduced its first major product, Schedulex, in 1978. An update to Schedulex in 1983 was one
9/1/1999


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