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Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and

navision license  database. Any organization evaluating Navision Software should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, in expectation of Navision's future product introductions. Potential clients, particularly those outside Europe and the United States should also conduct preliminary research on the industry expertise of a regional Navision Solution Center (NSC), and speak with its reference Read More...
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ERP Beginner's Guide In So Many Words
ERP remains the information backbone for contemporary manufacturing enterprises. However, today's ERP systems are required to address more than traditional

navision license  Beginner's Guide In So Many Words ERP Beginner's Guide In So Many Words P.J. Jakovljevic - February 5, 2001 Introduction   While a slew of pundits have been predicting a demise of ERP, TEC's findings, based on a surge of received enquiries and/or a number of conducted selections engagements, have led to the following opposite conclusions: ERP remains the information backbone for contemporary manufacturing enterprises. However, today's ERP systems are indisputably required to address more than tradition Read More...
Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion
Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP

navision license  database. Any organization evaluating Navision Software should consider existing functionality only, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate incorporation of new applications components now at negotiated license fees, in expectation of Navision's future product introductions. Potential clients should also conduct a preliminary research on industry expertise and reference sites of a regional Navision Solution Center (NSC), particularly outside Europe and the United States. Read More...
Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 2: Market Impact
Navision has been expanding its coverage in terms of geography, vertical industries, and product functionality. Globally, it has become one of the largest

navision license  business models of former Navision Software and Damgaard (oriented mainly toward license revenue rather than revenue from services, and consequently leveraging a strong indirect channels for sales, local services and support, and product localization) has facilitated the merger to progress faster than planned. Former Navision Software brought to the merger a strong international presence, proven execution and a profitable business model, whereas Damgaard contributed a more scalable, technologically more Read More...
Competition Heats Up in ERP Market: Oracle Merger, and SAP and Microsoft Reacts
Although Oracle's product roadmap is beginning to take shape it does not include active marketing of the PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards product lines. As a result

navision license  former Great Plains and Navision (see Microsoft 'The Great' Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and Again ) in its unveiled quest to create a $10 billion (USD) application business empire by 2010. Given that its current applications revenue is only about $700 million (USD) or so, plus the modest to dismal prospects of organic growth in a still docile economy, it is logical to deduce remaining $9 billion in revenues will be supplemented through acquisitions. This is especially probable given Microsoft's 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.

navision 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...
Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements

navision license  and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's Best Kept Secret ? For the longest time, the traditional pricing strategies of software vendors have included a reliance on support and maintenance (S&M) contracts, which is where most vendors could be assured of meeting, if not surpassing, their margins. The sizable profit made from S&M contracts (with customers paying more over time) has been one of the software industry's best kept secrets. Furthermore, user enterprises have not had the option o Read More...
Does NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation?
While the higher end of ERP market has (surprisingly) experienced only limited merger & acquisition activity during 2000 (mainly seen in ERP losers been

navision license  , the merger of Navision Software and Damgaard , fellow Danish providers of business applications for mid-sized enterprises, announced it would continue to market the two current companies' main product lines: Damgaard Axapta , Navision Solutions , Damgaard XAL and Damgaard C5 . The boards of directors and the founders of Navision Software a/s and Damgaard a/s recommended a merger under the name of NavisionDamgaard a/s on November 21. The merger should create an international mid-market leader with Read More...
IFS Aspires To Capture North American Market Against The Low Tide
IFS has been striving, and apparently succeeding, to shed its

navision license  Aspires To Capture North American Market Against The Low Tide IFS Aspires To Capture North American Market Against The Low Tide P.J. Jakovljevic - April 13, 2001 Event Summary On March 15, IFS Industrial & Financial Systems AB, a Swedish business applications vendor announced that it won a number of major contracts in the US during the first two months of 2001 despite the negative market sentiment after recent announcements of its major competitors. Also, the company touts that the utilization of its Read More...
Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance
First quarter results tend to be Aspen Technologies’ weakest of the year and 1Q 2001 is no exception. There are signs that suggest the process manufacturing

navision license  Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance Aspen’s Step Backward in the First Quarter Part of Familiar Dance S. McVey - November 7, 2000 Event Summary Aspen Technology's financial results for the first quarter ending September 30, 2000 fell short of last quarter's results but typify the vendor's cyclical business. License revenue decreased 31% to $32.6 million from the previous quarter of $47.3 million. A slight increase in service revenue softened the drop in total revenues, but Read More...
PeopleSoft Recuperating Slowly, Hoping to Sink 1999 into Oblivion Quickly
On February 1, PeopleSoft announced its financial results for 1999. PeopleSoft continues the slow recovery that a majority of ERP vendors across the board have

navision license  Recuperating Slowly, Hoping to Sink 1999 into Oblivion Quickly PeopleSoft Recuperating Slowly, Hoping to Sink 1999 into Oblivion Quickly P.J. Jakovljevic - February 23rd, 2000 Event Summary In 1999, PeopleSoft posted flat revenues of $1.43B compared to revenues of $1.47B in 1998. Profits declined 87% to $21M for 1999 compared to $164.1M in 1998, excluding nonrecurring costs. When including nonrecurring costs, PeopleSoft lost $177.8M in 1999. For the fourth quarter of 1999, revenue topped $372M Read More...
Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Four: Market Impact Continued
While competitive costs (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and

navision license  MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Four: Market Impact Continued Event Summary For the last several months MAPICS has shown both the signs of significant changes and the persistence of a number of its historically recognizable invariant tenets of operation. Following the acquisition of its former competitor, Frontstep , (see MAPICS To Leap Forward In A Frontstep Way ), MAPICS, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAPX) became possibly the largest global provider of extended enterprise applications for solving Read More...
Lawson Software Braves IPO And Reports Strongly Against The Odds
Lawson Software has to a degree spiced up the end of a bland IPO year, and has also joined the elite of enterprise applications vendors that have seen license

navision license  Software Braves IPO And Reports Strongly Against The Odds Event Summary On December 20, Lawson Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: LWSN), a provider of Web-based business applications for specific service industries, reported total revenues for its second quarter of fiscal 2002 ended November 30, 2001, of $95.1 million, which a 15.5% increase from total revenues of $82.3 million in its fiscal 2001 second quarter. For Q2 2002, license fee revenue totaled $30.1 million, up 16.6% from $25.8 million in Q2 2001. Read More...

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