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Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 1
The mergers and acquisition (M@A) market seems to be coming back slowly. One evidence of this could be the late-March acquisition of long-struggling

optiant revenue  inventory  optimization (IO) provider Optiant by long well-performing  supply chain management (SCM)  provider Logility . Now, I certainly wasn’t surprised by  Optiant’s acquisition per se . After all, it was only a matter of time before Optiant would be acquired (or simply go out of business). The company’s decade-long history has been plagued by repeated management turnover, staff exodus, strategic direction wanderings, bleeding cash, and poor sales execution. Optiant’s original primary Read More...
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SmartOps Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM
SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand

optiant revenue  suspect competitors: Logility (formerly Optiant ), ToolsGroup, Manhattan Associates , JDA, etc. Your views, comments, opinions, and experiences with SmartOps and its products are, as usual, welcome in the meantime. Further reading: TEC Article (April 2012) “Logility: Supply Chain Innovator and Workhorse” TEC Article (February 2012) “ToolsGroup—Going Back to Its SCP Roots” Read More...
Logility: Supply Chain Innovator and Workhorse
Logility, a global provider of collaborative supply chain software solutions, is relatively small, but its functional scope (from planning to execution) and

optiant revenue  capital considerations).‬‬‬ ‬ The Optiant Acquisition: MEIO Logility acquired Optiant in 2010 for a great price. The value that Optiant’s multi-echelon inventory optimization (MEIO) capabilities have added to Logility’s S&OP, Demand Planning , and Supply Planning modules is apparent: the combined capabilities have garnered a dozen new customers since the acquisition. Clearly Optiant, which previously might find a couple of new customers a year, if any, now has an effective vehicle for its Read More...
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 3
Part 2 of this blog topic continued to analyze IBM’s rationale behind acquiring ILOG to bolster its service oriented architecture (SOA) and business process

optiant revenue  relationships with SmartOps and Optiant , so I doubt it would want to jump in the fray.  I doubt the offering is big enough to make much of an impression on Oracle. I could see a venture capital (VC) firm getting its hooks into and merging it with something or trying to make a business around it.  I doubt IBM would want to sell it to another big consulting firm, even the ones in India that might have fun with it.  I’d say it is 80/20 that IBM keeps it versus spinning it off.” This statement made Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 1
Throughout the late 1990s and the mid-2000s, Manhattan Associates was the epitome of a well-managed supply chain management (SCM) software company in terms

optiant revenue  vendors like  SmartOps ,  Optiant , and  ILOG LogicTools  (now part of IBM ) do not compete with Manhattan for the same business, these same vendors, at least in my observation, have a somewhat different view of the IO world than Manhattan does. Namely, all of the above named companies are manufacturing-process-centric. They provide bolt-on optimization engines essentially for  enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions (e.g., the SAP and SmartOps relationship). Manhattan’s IO solution has a Read More...
Intentia Braces For Its Ongoing Roller-Coaster Ride Part 1
Intentia remains solid, with a broad product portfolio footprint and a slight increase in revenue, despite vacillating financial results. The company still

optiant revenue  Braces For Its Ongoing Roller-Coaster Ride Part 1 Intentia Braces For Its Ongoing Roller-Coaster Ride P.J. Jakovljevic - July 15, 2002 Event Summary On June 12, Intentia International AB (XSSE: INT B), a Swedish provider of enterprise business applications for mid-size and large enterprises, vehemently denied certain erroneous information in media about its Q1 2002 cash flow situation. In issue no.23, the Swedish publication Affrsvrlden published an article that compared, in terms of liquidity, Read More...
Retail Systems: A Primer
The core components of a retail information system are inventory management, inventory optimization, revenue management, sales management, and reports and

optiant revenue  Systems: A Primer Introduction Although many people recognize technology terms such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) or supply chain management (SCM), RMM and MMS are acronyms that lack such widespread awareness. Moreover, the terms retail merchandise management system (RMM) and merchandise management system (MMS) likely have little more market recognition than their acronyms. Despite their relative anonymity, these systems, also known as retail ERP systems, are the enterprise back-office Read More...
SAP Lowers Revenue Expectations
Business applications vendor PeopleSoft took aim at the customer relationship management (CRM) market on October 11 as it announced plans to buy Vantive, a

optiant revenue  Lowers Revenue Expectations Event Summary Enterprise resource planning vendor SAP announced on October 13 that it anticipates its 1999 revenues to be lower than initially expected. Following an analysis of third-quarter results, to be announced next week, SAP's board of directors said it abandoned expectations of a 20% to 25% increase in revenue and improved pretax profit margin of up to 1 percentage point. SAP's board said it is still hopeful the company can achieve revenue growth of between 15% and Read More...
CryptoSwift Takes Rainbow Revenues Up 620%
Rainbow Technologies' revenue for its Internet Performance and Security division is up 620% from last year. This increase is due primarily to revenues brought

optiant revenue  Takes Rainbow Revenues Up 620% CryptoSwift CryptoSwift Takes Rainbow Revenues Up 620% L. Taylor - June 12, 2000 Event Summary Rainbow's CryptoSwift cards are accelerating not only transactions, websites, and customer revenues, but Rainbow revenues and investor returns as well. For the first quarter ending March 31st, Rainbow Technologies' Internet Performance and Security division revenues were up 620% to $5,295,000 compared to the same quarter last year. This grand-scale percentage gain is Read More...
QAD Ends Its Protracted Dry Season, Not Yet On an Easy Street
QAD Inc. reported $0.06 of diluted net income per share, or net income of $2.1 million, on record total revenue of $70.9 million for the fourth fiscal quarter

optiant revenue  Ends Its Protracted Dry Season, Not Yet On an Easy Street QAD Ends Its Protracted Dry Season, Not Yet On an Easy Street P.J. Jakovljevic - April 11th, 2000 Event Summary In March, QAD Inc. reported $0.06 of diluted net income per share, or net income of $2.1 million, on record total revenue of $70.9 million for the fourth fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000. This compares with $0.16 of diluted net loss per share or a net loss of $4.9 million on total revenue of $65.4 million in the fourth quarter of Read More...
Capturing Revenue In an Evolving, Global Technological Environment
In an ecosystem where margins are getting smaller and alternatives more widely available, any barrier to selling can cripple a company’s overall competitive

optiant revenue  Revenue In an Evolving, Global Technological Environment In an ecosystem where margins are getting smaller and alternatives more widely available, any barrier to selling can cripple a company’s overall competitive position. Subtle differentiators in service offerings can win customers away, and revenue from any source may be critical to survival. For companies to thrive in today’s highly competitive and dynamic world of “better, cheaper, faster” they need online systems and infrastructure Read More...
Intentia Possibly Seeing Daylight
Intentia hopes it is entering a new growth phase, with a new product portfolio and a rapid increase in license revenue. The company finally seems determined to

optiant revenue  Possibly Seeing Daylight Intentia Possibly Seeing Daylight P.J. Jakovljevic - November 22, 2000 Event Summary On October 24, Intentia International AB, a Swedish provider of enterprise business applications, reported financial results for the third quarter of fiscal 2000. License revenue increased 46% over the third quarter of 1999, and 23% for the first nine months of the year. The figure represents the most rapid growth in license revenue for a single quarter since the third quarter of 1998. Read More...
Intuit’s December Small Business Indexes and 2012 Recap
Intuit recently released its “December Small Business Employment and Revenue Indexes” as well a special 2012 look back report. All data cited in the blog post

optiant revenue  December Small Business Indexes and 2012 Recap Intuit recently released its “December Small Business Employment and Revenue Indexes” as well a special 2012 look back report. All data cited in the blog post  and year-end report are based on a combination of government data and an anonymized subset of Intuit QuickBooks Online, Intuit Online Payroll , and QuickBooks Online Payroll users. Intuit’s online payroll products enable it to anonymize and report on payroll data. Here are some Read More...
Mid-market ERP Solutions Buyer’s Guide
For large organizations, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems promise big gains by helping grow revenue and increase productivity. But can ERP benefit

optiant revenue  market ERP Solutions Buyer’s Guide For large organizations, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems promise big gains by helping grow revenue and increase productivity. But can ERP benefit small to medium businesses (SMBs) in the same way? With the increasing number of SMBs, tailored mid-market ERP solutions are now emerging. To reap the full benefit of ERP, however, SMBs must be ready to use it to its fullest capabilities. Find out how. Read More...

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