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Geac and JBA Join Forces to Form New ERP Giant
On September 30, Geac Computer Corporation Limited (TSE:GAC), the Canadian-based global supplier of mission critical business software, successfully completed

oracle geac  the world after SAP, Oracle and Peoplesoft. The new alliance combines two similarly oriented global businesses that have recently been reorganized to improve a recent streak or poor performance. The new business combines growth, earnings consistency, and world-wide coverage, and is well placed to capitalize on the resumption of growth in the ERP sector that is we predict after year 2000 remediation efforts subside. JBA will become the ERP division of Geac, and will continue to develop, support and sell

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