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Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Two: Market Impact On Baan
Baan is now in a much better company, one that is solely dedicated to the enterprise applications business. In addition to Baan being in a better shape and

memory oracle baan  History To refresh the memory, the former Baan Co. , founded in the Netherlands in 1978 with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Herndon, VA, USA, was once the third-ranked ERP vendor, and its revenues peaked at $736 million revenue in 1998. The company posted stellar growth (over 80% year over year) from 1995 to 1997, with a significant slowdown in 1998 and sharp revenue decline to $619 million in 1999, during which time it was overtaken by then blossoming PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards.

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