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Enterprises are embracing new technologies like grid, virtualization, and multi-core processors that allow them to do more with fewer licenses. Vendors have

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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  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...
AGPL v3 Touches Web Services
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) issued a press release on its newly published Affero General Public License (AGPL) version 3. This license affects the

license  published Affero General Public License (AGPL) version 3. This license affects the modification and distribution of software oriented toward Web-based services. The popular adoption of Web-based applications as an alternate to in-house software implementations has meant that free and open source software developed for web-based usage can be picked up by companies outside of the ones that originally developed the software, modify it, and foist it upon the world as a new business without necessarily Read More...
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  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. Lic Read More...
What you Should Know about Licensed versus License-free Microwave
As with any hot market, point-to-point wireless is bait for the pathologicallyopportunistic. In this atmosphere—often termed

license  you Should Know about Licensed versus License-free Microwave As with any hot market, point-to-point wireless is bait for the pathologically opportunistic. In this atmosphere—often termed anarchy —trust can t be a matter of faith. To get in on the wireless opportunity without getting shafted, you need to know a few basic and incontrovertible facts concerning the difference between licensed and license-free wireless. In fact, a successful outcome depends on choosing the right one. Read More...
Soft Economy Dents SAP’s Armored Shield As Well
Since the license revenue plunge in the US, a likely cascading economic slowdown worldwide, and SAP’s high stakes in struggling Commerce One happened much before the fatal September 11, one is only to wonder why SAP’s management woke up to reality and revised its projections so belatedly.

license  million a year ago, license revenues were down 7% to EUR 447 million from EUR 480 million. Consulting and training revenues saved the day by rising 30% to EUR 524 million and 19% to EUR 113 million, respectively. Figure 1. In the quarter, revenues in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region increased 32% to EUR 841 million and in the Asia-Pacific region (APA) revenues were down 6% to EUR 195 million. Revenues in the Americas region rose 7% to EUR 613 million. However, at constant currency rates, Read More...
Intentia’s Intents To Be More Fashionable
Intentia remains solid, with both a new product portfolio and an increase in license revenue. The company, which is unimpeded by the current economic slump, finally seems to be realizing that it needs to achieve stronger global brand recognition well beyond its esoteric apparel/fashion vertical stronghold.

license  continue to generate higher license revenue within the constraints of its current product development and sales organization, has apparently resulted in improved earnings and cash flow. Cash flow from in Q2 2001 operating activities improved by SEK 222 million ($21.1 million) and was SEK 65 million ($6.2 million). License revenue for the quarter grew up 26% to SEK 274 million (~26.1 million), while consulting revenue rose 36% to SEK 689 million (~$65.6 million). Total revenue of SEK 978 (~$93 million) Read More...
Merant Goes South on the Stock Market
Another vendor has stated that growth and license revenues in the mainframe arena are softer than expected. Shares of Merant (NASDAQ: MRNT), the provider of PVCS, a major software configuration management product (acquired from Intersolv), in addition to other software, have dropped more than 24 percent after the company released preliminary financial estimates for its first fiscal quarter recently-ended, showing revenues likely will be about 17 percent less than the previous year due to a decline in COBOL license fees.

license  a decline in COBOL license fees. Revenues for the first fiscal quarter are preliminarily estimated to be in the range of $72 million to $73 million, compared to $87.6 million for the same period last year, Merant officials said in a teleconference call and statement. Pre-tax losses for the quarter ended July 31 are estimated to be in the range of $8.5 million to $9.5 million excluding goodwill amortization. The above pre-tax loss range also is estimated before a goodwill charge of roughly $3.3 million. Read More...
HighJump Grows in a Period of Low Growth Through Adaptable, Broad Function Products
With approximately 180 employees, HighJump Software is in growth mode with total revenue up 40% in fiscal 2002 and with current year over year revenue growth of 33%. More impressively, license revenue was up 60% last year and running at growth rate of 60% year to date. How does the relatively small SCE vendor accomplish it? Adaptability and broad functional footprint would be the keys to the answer.

license  a healthy 40% for license fees, 50% for services & maintenance, and remaining 10% for data-collection hardware. In 2000, DCSI became HighJump, albeit, contrary to its competitors like Provia or Adexa (see What s in a Name for Supply Chain Vendors? ), this name has not necessarily been made up with any deliberate causal meaning. HighJump customers include manufacturers, distributors, retailers and third-party logistics (3PL) companies, and the vendor targets the operational needs of a wide range of Read More...
Industri-Matematik Posts 2Q00 Loss But Sells CRM
Industri-Matematik 2Q00 revenues decreased 21% over the same period last year. More alarming is a four-year decline in license revenues, a trend that IMI hopes to reverse with its new suite, VIVALDI, and IBM.

license  same quarter last year. License revenues accounted for just over $1.0 million and service revenues contributed $16.9 million to the total. Net earnings were negative at $6.9 million, giving IMI its sixth consecutive quarterly loss. Stig Durlow, president and CEO of IMI, said the second quarter results were expected. While market demand for big enterprise systems continues to be limited, Industri-Matematik is making real headway in repositioning itself as a provider of a suite of point solutions across a Read More...
Fourth Shift Hopes To Thrive On China’s Greener Pastures
January has marked increased PR activity at Fourth Shift, with mixed, bittersweet announcements. While 2000 was a disappointing year, mostly owing to the 26.5% license revenue decline compared to a year ago, the latest product release and success in markets outside of the reach of bigger competitors, bodes well for a brighter future.

license  26.5% drop in annual license revenue to $15 million from $20.4 million in 1999 (See Figure 2). Figure 1. Figure 2. The year 2000 is a good year to have behind us, said M. M. Stuckey, Chairman and CEO. The entire enterprise market has been soft all year and has yet to recover. We go into this New Year with a significantly reduced cost structure, a reorganized and revitalized organization, and an excellent browser-based product line. We are conservatively optimistic for a profitable 2001, even if Read More...

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