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License Optimization
Enterprises are embracing new technologies like grid, virtualization, and multi-core processors that allow them to do more with fewer licenses. Vendors have responded with new licensing schemes—but while the calculations may be complex, the ramification is simple: enterprises must find new ways to meter software usage efficiently and effectively. Find out about four key tenets of a winning license optimization strategy.

LICENSE DONGLES: License Optimization License Optimization Source: Tideway Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprises are embracing new technologies like grid, virtualization, and multi-core processors that allow them to do more with fewer licenses. Vendors have responded with new licensing schemes—but while the calculations may be complex, the ramification is simple: enterprises must find new ways to meter software usage efficiently and effectively. Find out about four key tenets of a winning license
8/8/2008 2:12:00 PM

Case Study: Agitar Technologies
Choose one that fits your individual need in relation to License Management.Everything you always wanted to know. Agitar provides Java testing solutions to its customers around in the world in various industries. Agitar has been using a network licensing platform since 2004, and now offers floating licenses from a re-distributed server, with stand-alone license server or embedded options. Unlike other license servers that can’t be embedded, there’s no separate licensing process. Learn how this benefits Agitar—and its customers.

LICENSE DONGLES: re-distributed server, with stand-alone license server or embedded options. Unlike other license servers that can’t be embedded, there’s no separate licensing process. Learn how this benefits Agitar—and its customers. Case Study: Agitar Technologies style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   License Management,   Licensing Management Source: Agilis Software Learn more about Agilis Software Readers who downloaded this case study
7/24/2009 4:30:00 PM

License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics
Manugistics’ recent rise in license revenues can be attributed to the company’s aggressive sales and marketing initiatives implemented by CEO Greg Owens and his new management team.

LICENSE DONGLES: License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics Steve McVey - July 19, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - July 19, 2000 Event Summary Supply Chain Management (SCM) software vendor, Manugistics Group, Inc., recently reported unaudited results for the first quarter of fiscal 2001, which ended May 31, 2000. Total revenue for the quarter was $50.5 million, an increase of 16% from revenue of $43.7 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000 and an increase of 29% from revenue
7/19/2000

Case Study: NumeriX
Get information about license server in a snap. Read this case study for free. Since 1996, NumeriX had been using in-house-developed licensing tools to manage and protect its applications. In 2006, it outsourced licensing to a third-party vendor that could provide a scalable solution with two licensing options. After some problems with integration, NumeriX consolidated on one commercial licensing management solution. Find out about the benefits of the licensing solution the company chose.

LICENSE DONGLES: Asset Management (ITAM),   License Management,   Software Asset Management,   Outsourcing,   Licensing Management Source: Agilis Software Learn more about Agilis Software Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! How to Use Projects to Master Asset Management Quality Management The 8 Ways Outdated ERP Damages Your Business Tying the Shop Floor to the ERP System ERP Industry Consolidation: A New Trend or an Ongoing Process? Case Study: NumeriX If you receive errors
7/24/2009 4:24:00 PM

Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks
One year ago, Manugistics appeared to be on the brink of disaster. With the help of new management and an e-business product launch, the timeworn supply chain management vendor grew its license revenues by 51% in its fourth quarter.

LICENSE DONGLES: and fiscal year-end results. License revenues grew 51% over the third quarter to $22.0 million, while services and maintenance revenues remained largely flat at $21.7 million, a 2% rise over the third quarter. The company signed a substantial number of new clients, an effort that resulted in a 17% increase in sales and marketing expenditures over the last quarter for building its global sales organization. At $1.1 million, net loss for the quarter was smaller than expectations, fueling a 9-point surge in
4/17/2000

PeopleSoft s Buying Momentum Goes On. Pageant Participants, Line Up Please!Part 1: Market Impact
The year 2001 was an exceptional year of financial performance for PeopleSoft, including record total revenue, record profit, and more than $500 million of generated cash. Its acquisition of Momentum complete, PeopleSoft is poised for further expansion.

LICENSE DONGLES: December 31, 2001, software license revenue rose to a record $174 million, up 15% from $151.8 million in the previous quarter but only 6% from $164.5 million in 4Q 2000 (see Figure 1 below). Likewise, total Q4 2001 revenue increased modestly 6% to $528 million compared to $497.8 million a year ago and only 4% compared to $509.3 million in Q3 2001. Income from recurring operations, however, increased by 40% to a record $58 million, up from $41 million in the same quarter of 2000. Also, for the full year
2/13/2002

Industri-Matematik Faces Uphill Climb
Wracked by negative earnings, shifting infrastructure, and pending litigation, Industri-Matematik International Corporation (NASDAQ: IMIC) faces a difficult time in its history. The Stockholm-based Supply Chain Execution (SCE) vendor has experienced a sharp decline in license revenues over the last four quarters, generating a scant $1.6 million in the most recent quarter - its lowest in nearly four years. Hoping to attract new demand for its products, IMI recently unveiled VIVALDI, a suite aggregated from its flagship application, System ESS, newly developed supply chain management components, and recently acquired customer relationship m

LICENSE DONGLES: have been attributable to license fees and related services, including software maintenance and support, implementation, consulting, and training. Less than two percent of revenues are derived from third-party hardware sales for those customers who desire a single source solution. In the fiscal year ending April 30, 1999, the company achieved $85 million in total revenues with 20% derived from licenses, 78% from services and support, and the remainder from hardware component sales. License sales as a
10/1/1999

IMI, IBM Take First Step in Third Quarter
Six months after announcing its partnership with IBM, Industri-Matematik posted positive license growth in its third fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000 but still has some problems to overcome.

LICENSE DONGLES: posted $4.3 million in license revenues, a 5% increase over the same period last year. Services and hardware revenues declined 9% from the same period last year to $14.5 million making licenses 23% of the total revenue for the quarter. IMI s percentage license revenues had fallen to an alarming 6% in the second quarter. Though revenues improved slightly, the company posted a loss of $5.9 million for the seventh straight quarter. The most significant event for IMI in its third quarter was the first deal
4/3/2000

SAP Remains Vital Amid Ailing Market And Internal AdjustmentsPart 1: Recent Announcements
Recently, SAP announced solid results for Q4 2001, in contrast to the current soft market. Although not all troubles seem to have been left behind, as can be seen from reduced license revenue, and while some may question SAP's justification of merging its two subsidiaries, a positive sign is that SAP has meanwhile become much more nimble to spar with any disturbance factors.

LICENSE DONGLES: to EUR 1.6 billion, license revenues dropped 2% to EUR 1.03 billion from EUR 1.06 billion a year ago. Net income for the fourth quarter 2001, adjusted for the TopTier acquisition costs and the Commerce One impact, was EUR 319 million, a 13% drop compared to EUR 375 million in Q4 2000. In the quarter, revenues in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region increased 6% to EUR 1.2 billion and in the Asia-Pacific region (APA) revenues were up 8% to EUR 248 million. Even revenues in the Americas region
2/25/2002

Design Anywhere: Maximizing the Global Opportunity, Minimizing the IP Risk
Design globalization—and the access it provides to new markets, talents, and resources around the world—offers many opportunities to manufacturers today. Tapping into this growing network of suppliers and partners does bring risks and challenges. You can achieve best-in-class performance in a global design environment and achieve greater profitability. Find out the product design strategies of best-in-class manufacturers.

LICENSE DONGLES: plm software,   drm license Source: PTC Learn more about PTC Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Acronym-Related White Papers: Business
11/13/2009 10:58:00 AM

QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent
On November 23, QAD Inc. reported that its total revenue for the third fiscal quarter ended October 31, 1999, rose 56 percent to $56.7 million, from $36.4 million in the same quarter last year. License revenue was $20.6 million, an increase of 21 percent compared with $17.1 million in the prior-year period. Excluding non-recurring tax charges totaling $1.3 million, QAD reported a net loss for the third fiscal quarter of $3.2 million, or $0.11 diluted loss per share. Including the $1.3 million of non-recurring tax charges, QAD's net loss for the third quarter was $4.5 million, or $0.15 diluted loss per share. This compares with last year's

LICENSE DONGLES: opportunity for sustained future license and service and support revenue. However, the Company is still faced with the challenge of concurrently cutting expenses and restructuring while expediting the delivery of its eQ (formerly On/Q) modules. The eQ product s prolonged and exorbitantly expensive development have seriously affected the Company s financial performance during the last two years. User Recommendations We recommend including QAD in a short list in any selection within the following
12/1/1999


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