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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

license revenue  At The New Manugistics License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics 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 of $39.2 million for the first quarter ended May 31, 1999. Read More...
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Manugistics Posts Third Quarter Loss But Sees License Growth
Manugistics Group recently reported a 35% increase in third quarter license revenues to $14.6 million, a result of signing a number of new clients. The company

license revenue  ended November 30, 1999. License revenue increased for the first time in five quarters, rising 35% over last quarter to $14.6 million. Manugistics attributes the increase to the signing of several new clients, including BASF, BMW AG, and Heilig-Meyers Company. Manugistics also sold new licenses to a number of unnamed clients in the electronics/high tech sector, territory of rival i2 Technologies. In spite of its surge in license revenues, the company reported a net loss for the quarter of $4.8 million, Read More...
PTC’s 2012 Annual Revenue Results Analysis: After-Sales Services Strategy Paying Off
Last week, PTC announced its fiscal year first quarter results for 2013. Though its license growth was weak this quarter compared with the same quarter last

license revenue  of 2011. Its software license revenue in the Q4 was down despite the acquisition of Servigistics in October 2012 (see figure 3). Higher maintenance revenue in Q4 of 2012 helped PTC to do slightly better in terms of total revenue, which was about $1.48 million (USD) more than the Q4 total revenue for 2011. A look at regional total revenue revealed that the Americas contributed close to 39.4% of the total revenue in 2012 while Europe was at 37.1%, followed by Asia Pacific at 12.9% and Japan at 10.6%. While Read More...
JD Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but…
J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000.

license revenue  Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but… JD Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but P.J. Jakovljevic - March 28th, 2000 Event Summary J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000. Revenue for the first quarter of fiscal 2000 was $231.7 million, compared to revenue of $222.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 (See Figure 1). Net income for the quarter, excluding amortization of acquired Read More...
SAP Lowers Revenue Expectations
Business applications vendor PeopleSoft took aim at the customer relationship management (CRM) market on October 11 as it announced plans to buy Vantive, a

license revenue  contributed to SAP's declining license revenues. The first is the over 12 month lag in delivering its CRM product suite. Second, a new version of SAP APO (supply chain demand planning and advanced scheduling product), which is due this month, is already more than 6 months late to market (See TEC Technology Note: SAP APO: Will it Fill the Gap? , September 2nd, 1999). Third, the problems that some users experienced in early versions of some SAP vertical solutions (See TEC News Analysis article: SAP Sets Read More...
Made2Manage Manages Throughout Soft Market
While Made2Manage reported a slim profit attributed mainly to a tax benefit, the latest revenue increase and a delivery of innovative initiatives might augur

license revenue  in Q2 2000. Software license revenue grew 15% to $3.8 million compared to $3.3 million in 2000, and service revenues increased 11% to $4.6 million from $4.2 million. Net loss was $141,000 after excluding the effect of a favorable tax rate adjustment, compared to $596,000 in Q2 2000. The effect was to record an additional tax benefit of $655,000 in the current quarter, which resulted in $514,000 net income (See Figure 1). Figure 1. We were pleased with our second quarter performance, which was in line Read More...
Pricing for Profit in the Hotel Industry: Empowering Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence
Competitive pricing, and its impact on revenue, is a mainstay of marketing in the highly-competitive hotel industry. The real-time nature of the Internet means

license revenue  for Profit in the Hotel Industry: Empowering Pricing Managers for Greater Bottom-line Impact with Improved Market Price Intelligence Competitive pricing, and its impact on revenue, is a mainstay of marketing in the highly-competitive hotel industry. The real-time nature of the Internet means that sales, pricing, and revenue managers must abandon inward-looking cost-plus pricing models in favor of more rigorous outward-focused knowledge-based strategies. A system that provides market intelligence Read More...
The Benefits of PSA-Revenue Acceleration and Improved Efficiency
Technology changes have allowed an alternative to the client-server model to emerge, specifically the application service provider (ASP), in which the vendor

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Capturing Revenue In an Evolving, Global Technological Environment
In an ecosystem where margins are getting smaller and alternatives more widely available, any barrier to selling can cripple a company’s overall competitive

license revenue  Revenue In an Evolving, Global Technological Environment In an ecosystem where margins are getting smaller and alternatives more widely available, any barrier to selling can cripple a company’s overall competitive position. Subtle differentiators in service offerings can win customers away, and revenue from any source may be critical to survival. For companies to thrive in today’s highly competitive and dynamic world of “better, cheaper, faster” they need online systems and infrastructure Read More...
QAD Ends Its Protracted Dry Season, Not Yet On an Easy Street
QAD Inc. reported $0.06 of diluted net income per share, or net income of $2.1 million, on record total revenue of $70.9 million for the fourth fiscal quarter

license revenue  quarter of fiscal 1999. License revenue was $33.5 million for the fourth quarter-up 62% from the third quarter- compared with $33.0 million in the same period last year. License revenue and development fees from QAD's e-business solutions exceeded $9 million in the fourth quarter. QAD e-business solutions include the QAD eQ suite of Business-to-Business (B2B) applications, with Sell-Side Replenishment and Fulfillment, Buy-Side Management, and Supply Chain Optimization. For the fiscal year ended January Read More...
Using New Technologies to Extend Your Network, Enable Collaboration, and Drive Revenue
Realizing that they need to serve external audiences, an increasing number of companies are interested in using learning to drive revenue and help customers and

license revenue  New Technologies to Extend Your Network, Enable Collaboration, and Drive Revenue Realizing that they need to serve external audiences, an increasing number of companies are interested in using learning to drive revenue and help customers and partners understand their learning options and find what they want. Discover technologies that can help you deliver training, certification programs, and knowledge assets to your company’s networks of partners, suppliers, resellers, distributors, and customers. Read More...
Smart Grids: Data Theft, Revenue Loss, and Secure Solutions
While technology has made it possible to transmit power across geographies and time zones, power companies remain unable to fully leverage these developments

license revenue  Grids: Data Theft, Revenue Loss, and Secure Solutions While technology has made it possible to transmit power across geographies and time zones, power companies remain unable to fully leverage these developments. This is a result of the challenges posed by power theft from transmission and distribution lines spread across very large geographies. These leakages are the result of tampered meters and sloppy revenue protection strategies. One solution is to deploy smart grids that provide a high degree Read More...
QAD Finally Breaks The Red Ink Streak, But…
On March 13, QAD reported financial results for fiscal 2001. Although the company finally posted a profit in the last quarter, the sharp revenue decline and

license revenue  by $12.1 million in license revenue from a single customer, which was a part of the largest single contract in the company's history. Figure 1. The Q4 2001 was the only profitable quarter in the year. Net income was $2.4 million, compared to the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000, when the QAD reported net income of $2.1 million. Still, this is mainly attributable to curbing operating expenses that were 16% lower than a year ago and that merely reflect the effectiveness of the cost containment programs the Read More...
Microsoft's Open Source Licenses
This post is not an oxymoron. The Open Source Initiative recently approved two Microsoft licenses (the Microsoft Reciprocal License and the Microsoft Public

license revenue  licenses (the Microsoft Reciprocal License and the Microsoft Public License ) as compliant with the open source definition . Why would Microsoft want to publish an open source license? The very idea of Microsoft participating in the open source community might sound odd. After all, hasn't Microsoft been one of the most vocal proprietary vendors against free and open source software ? Isn't Microsoft known for its attempts to undermine open source standards? Often yes, but the company has also been Read More...
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