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Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Three: Market Impact On SSA GT
Like the previous few SSA GT's acquisitions, this merger too seems aimed at enlarging combined Baan and SSA GT's customer base, market share, and, more

market share of baan  a tremendous loss of market share and customer confidence, while its channel also dwindled during the same period of time. Revenue for SSA GT is still only a half of once SSA's over $450 million turnover in the mid 1990s, though. Therefore, SSA GT, having gone through its bankruptcy and rebirth initially under the Gores Technology in 2000, has been charging back within Top 5 ERP vendors' club, although still steeply down from once being neck to neck with J.D. Edwards. To that end, the merger with Baan Read More
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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Geac Gets Its Commonsense Share Of Consolidation, With Revolving Door CEOs No Less Part Two: Market Impact
Geac is now a financially conservative, stable but acquisitive organization that has remained profitable despite the general IT industry downturn. Geac’s future

market share of baan  No Less Part Two: Market Impact Market Impact With continued stable financial performance, Geac Computer Corporation Limited (TSX: GAC) has certainly moved far beyond its 2001 crossroads, although with an inevitable dose of lingering market skepticism. Back from the edge and on a comeback trail under energized management, and with a pruned but also more viable product set, Geac has joined the ranks of the once high-flying and almost deceased mid-market ERP vendors which are again poised for a more Read More
Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 1: Recent Announcements
Having stemmed the tide of losses and returned to profitability in 2001, will in 2002 market witness Baan's return to former ERP stardom given the company's

market share of baan  PLM solutions on the market today require one single enterprise to manage and administer the complete workspace, value chain or value network, and most suppliers do not want to give that responsibility to another organization, especially if it involves managing their intellectual property. iBaan for Product Lifecycle Management allows each organization in a value chain to manage their own accounts and intellectual property as well as define how they share information and processes, and with whom. Focus Read More
Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease

market share of baan  Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger Market Impact While we do not indulge in speculating who is likely to merge with whom in the highly tectonic enterprise applications market, we have to admit that the merger of Lawson Software , Inc . (NASDAQ: LWSN) with Intentia International AB (XSSE: INT B) had not crossed our mind before it actually happened. (For details on the merger announcement, see New Lawson Software's Transatlantic Extended-ERP Intentions ). The move was quite a surprise, since both Lawson Read More
The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Part 3: Rating The Vendors
We generally believe that, in the long run, market winners will be those vendors with an established large customer base and with huge financial and human

market share of baan  market leader with estimated market share of 32%. After faltering in its initial effort to adapt to new Internet paradigm and a sloppy marketing message, SAP has recently radically reformed its corporate philosophy, it has reorganized itself into more manageable entities, and has clarified its product positioning, all of these resulting in recent upbeat results and a recovery with a vengeance. Strengths : Commanding market position, Brand recognition and mind share, Very sound corporate viability, Read More
Confessions of a Techno Junkie
Ideas on how to survive the avalanche of technology, avoid the lure of its pitfalls, and succeed with it as the enabler to true process innovation.

market share of baan  begin without an obvious market or use and serendipitously become vital (xerography). Almost always, the performance curve of the technology advances faster than the performance needs of the market, which creates a market dilemma for these companies—how to get the market to buy more. Again, the PC industry demonstrates this dilemma aptly. In the 90s, not only did many people buy their first PC, but major technological events such as the introduction of Windows or the advent of Internet usage stimulated Read More
Wipro Point of View: Changing Nature of the Wealth Management Industry
The slump in the wealth management industry has its roots in the financial crisis in America and Europe. This has led to high-net-worth individuals (HNI

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Bank of America
Bank of America is a multinational banking and financial services company. It has a retail banking footprint that covers approximately 80 percent of the U.S.

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The Dollars and Sense of Web Identity Management: How SaaS Cuts the High Costs of Web Access and SSO by 75 Percent
IT infrastructure software has a well-established track record for experiencing frequent cost overruns and missed deadlines. Expensive software and extensive

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The Many Faces of PLM Part Two: The Future of the PLM Suite
The future of the PLM Suite will include more applications that cover product-related functionality and further expand the benefits available. As the PLM Suite

market share of baan  catalyst that got the market moving. PLM seems to be following the same pattern. Software suites naturally grow as suite providers add new products to their offerings, and specialty vendors with complementary value propositions look to take advantage of the marketing awareness that the suite offers. As suites expand, the level of pre-packaged integration typically grows making more functionality available to users. There is a lot of room to grow in the PLM footprint, and as a suite of solutions PLM will p Read More
The Case of A Boutique Vendor's Benefits of Focus - IRM Corporation
A tightly focused vendor, IRM Corporation, has fine tuned its products, services, its sales process and even its commercial terms to match the realities of its

market share of baan  realities of its sole market food manufacturers who sell to the foodservice and vending markets. The Company In the article Boutique Vendors Bring Big Value we discussed how focus can create highly specialized solutions that better serve their niche markets. Our recent meeting with IRM would be an excellent example. The company has provided the service of data collection and cleansing for the field merchandising market since its founding in 1970. In recent years, it has, however, further focused by ta Read More
Is Baan Showing Signs of Life After Death?
On September 20, Baan, an ERP vendor recently believed to be deceased, won its first new contract since being acquired by Invensys. The British Defence

market share of baan  complete e-suite of products. Market Impact While one swallow does not make summer , the news is, nevertheless, a sign of encouragement - particularly for Baan's existing customer base. Invensys, as a profit-driven company, has in the initial stages primarily addressed the issue of realigning Baan's financial structure to support its diminished revenue streams. Despite its assured future under Invensys' roof, Baan's negative publicity, personnel departures and channel shakeout, as well as the uncertain Read More
BAAN Announces
OpenWorld will be an enterprise integration architecture that enables Baan customers to engage in E-commerce with each other.

market share of baan  first half of 2000. Market Impact As Mary Coleman observes, Businesses that don't learn to E-Collaborate will lose a competitive edge. Baan's move into providing E-commerce solutions, like those of SAP and PeopleSoft, represents a growing trend for ERP providers. As the technology evolves and the giants in this otherwise moribund industry move into price and feature competition with each other, this segment of e-commerce will be worth watching. User Recommendations If you are a manufacturing Read More
Managing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence: A 360-Degree Perspective
For many companies, total cost of ownership (TCO) of business intelligence (BI) solutions is out of control. And the problem is growing, fueled by ever

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Future of MOOCs—Repurposing for Enterprise Learning?
A variety of massive open online courses, commonly referred to as MOOCs, are available to individuals worldwide. While the long-standing impact of MOOCs on

market share of baan  up with the job market to a certain extent. However, if education becomes only about shaping thinkers that can perform certain jobs or certain tasks at work, I would like to raise a flag about the future development of MOOCs. As MOOCs represent an emerging technology/service and it is likely that they will become a strong presence in the learning arena, perhaps allowing debates and negotiations between enterprise learning and educational (K12, higher education, etc.) administrators would result in a Read More

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