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80 Million Ways to be Agile
On July 26, 2000, Agilera, an application service provider (ASP), announced the signing of a definitive agreement for $80 million in its second equity financing

million  Million Ways to be Agile 80 Million Ways to be Agile A. Turner - August 11, 2000 Event Summary On July 26, 2000, Agilera, an application service provider (ASP), announced the signing of a definitive agreement for $80 million in its second equity financing. Agilera will use the financing to fuel the expansion of the company's general operations, including the development of its operations centers and the expansion of its business model. Agilera's second equity financing was led by First Union Capital Part Read More

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100 Million Reasons To Be An ASP
Interpath received $100 million equity investment in spin-off deal between Bain Capital and CP&L — Bain Capital and Carolina Power & Light each invest $50

million  Million Reasons To Be An ASP 100 Million Reasons To Be An ASP A. Turner - May 23, 2000 Event Summary On May 3, 2000, Interpath, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Carolina Power and Light (NYSE: CPL, CP&L) announced it will change ownership and receive a $100 million equity investment in a spin-off deal between Boston-based Bain Capital (a $7 billion private equity fund) and CP&L. A move designed to unlock the full-service Application Service Provider's (ASP) market value, CP&L and Bain will each Read More
Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid
On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, and on February 8, Baan sold its Coda financial applications unit to UK firm Science

million  Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid P.J. Jakovljevic - February 25th, 2000 Event Summary On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, in line with the profit warning that the Dutch business software giant issued last month. The loss compares to a loss of $295 million in the same period of 1998. On a per-share basis, the company lost $1.06, compared to a Read More
Case Study: How Novelis Slashed Inventory by Eight Million Pounds
Novelis is the world leader in aluminum rolling and beverage can recycling. Novelis produces advanced aluminum sheet and foil products for customers in high

million  Slashed Inventory by Eight Million Pounds Novelis is the world leader in aluminum rolling and beverage can recycling. Novelis produces advanced aluminum sheet and foil products for customers in high-value markets, including automotive, transportation, packaging, construction, and printing. Find out how scheduling technology improved some of its most important key performance indicators (KPIs). Read More
NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit
Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both

million  Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit L. Taylor - July 5, 2000 Note: This News Analysis as originally published on July 5, 2000 contained factual errors and inaccuracies that have been corrected in this version. Event Summary Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both companies claim to be the innovator of scanning Read More
Not All Acquisitions Happen: JDA and QRS Part One: Event and Market Impact
Recent QRS' announcement that it has terminated its agreement to merge with JDA Software, while, in a separate announcement, it stated that it will be acquired by Inovis for a $16 million (USD) higher price, might have more ramifications for JDA than merely an "unrequited love".

million  estimated value of $100 million (USD). Under the agreement, QRS was to be merged with a wholly owned subsidiary of JDA, and QRS stockholders were to own approximately 20 percent of the outstanding capital stock of the combined company. Based on the closing price of JDA stock at the time, the transaction was valued at approximately $100 million(USD) and was expected to be accretive to JDA s fiscal 2005 earnings. Direct costs of the acquisition and the costs of the ensuing integration of the two Read More
IFS Far Cry From Running Out of Breath
In May, IFS reported results for Q1 2000. It generated revenue of $57.0 million, a 21% increase compared to a year ago. License revenue grew 73% quarter over quarter to $18.6 million, while net income was $6.0 million.

million  net income was $6.0 million (See Figure 1). IFS has continued its investments in the US market. Net sales in North America rose by 248% to $13.2 million, and the US market accounted for 23% of sales during 1Q00. Earnings during the period were affected by the fact that IFS shareholding in Exactium was divested to US-based Pivotal Inc, which became a significant e-business partner at the same time. The sale generated a capital gain of $23.5 million. Figure 1. Our license sales are progressing Read More
Transition for Manhattan Associates Necessary for Long Term Growth
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, $78 million Manhattan Associates, Inc. develops, markets, and supports supply chain execution systems for distribution center management and Internet fulfillment. 1999 was a difficult year for the vendor, marked by reorganization and management turnover in the midst of rapid corporate expansion. Completing its transition to an Internet enabler will be important for Manhattan's long term future.

million  in Atlanta, Georgia, $78 million Manhattan Associates, Inc. develops, markets, and supports supply chain execution systems for distribution center management. Founded in 1990 by former KSA consultant Alan Dabbiere with Ponnambalam Muthiah, Deepak Raghavan, and Deepak Rao. Manhattan installed its first Pickticket Management System (PkMS) license at Jockey International in 1991. In February 1998, Manhattan purchased Performance Analysis Corporation and incorporated its slotting product, SLOT-IT, with its Read More
Analysis of Adobe’s Integration of IslandData’s Automated E-mail
Adobe’s support site receives approximately 1.3 million client inquiries per month and has been in need of an automated response system to decrease escalating support costs.

million  site receives approximately 1.3 million client inquiries per month and has been in need of an automated response system to decrease escalating support costs. To alleviate the burden of manual responses to end users needs and concerns, Adobe has selected IslandData s e-mail automated response system. IslandData s response system has met Adobe s needs through automated response systems, which takes less than 10 seconds to address a user s inquiry in addition to a dramatic decrease in cost. However, if a Read More
An ASP With Healthy Vitals
Healtheon/WebMD to Invest up to $100 million in InfoCure's VitalWorks.com Subsidiary.

million  invest up to $100 million in InfoCure s newly formed subsidiary VitalWorks.com. Healtheon/WebMD will immediately purchase $10 million in cash convertible preferred stock with an additional $90 million ($40 million in cash and $50 million of Healtheon/WebMD common stock) invested at the completion of VitalWorks.com s impending IPO. The investment is still subject to regulatory approval and approval of both companies board of directors. InfoCure will utilize Healtheon/WebMD s transaction processing Read More
Advertising Revenues Grow and Grow but Slower and Slower
Internet advertising revenues grew again in the first quarter of 1999, to $693 million.

million  Internet advertising reached $693 million in Q1 1999, an increase of $38 million over the previous quarter and $342 million (almost double) the same quarter in 1998. Market Impact This is certainly good news, although not unexpected, for the advertising industry. Agencies that are responsible for creating ads will rush to hire more artists and programmers with Internet expertise. Websites will redouble their efforts to attract advertisers and a few marketing heads may roll at websites whose advertising Read More

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