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Microsoft Kills a Flock of Birds with One Stone
Microsoft announces it is buying nearly 25% of the common shares of archrival Corel. Aside from giving Corel a much-needed infusion of funds, what does it mean?

preferred shares  24 million non-voting convertible preferred shares at a purchase price of U.S.$5.625 per share or a total purchase price of U.S. $135 million. The companies will also work together to support the development, testing and marketing of new products related to the .NET platform. Joint-marketing initiatives will include participation in product launches and trade show events and representation on mutual Web sites. In addition, both companies have agreed to settle certain legal issues between Corel and Read More...
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Parametric Technology Chills Out With Windchill Info*Engine V4
Parametric Technology Corporation purchased Enterprise Application Integration vendor Auxilium within the last year, and has now announced the release of

preferred shares  all outstanding common and preferred shares of Auxilium. In addition, all outstanding Auxilium stock options will be exchanged for PTC stock options. Parametric Technology recorded a one-time, non-cash charge against earnings during its first 1999 fiscal quarter (ending April 3, 1999) related to the write-off of in-process research and development. PTC has also announced an alliance with SupplierMarket.com for a Business-to-Business portal dedicated to the CPC market, hosted on Sun Microsystems technolo Read More...
Merger Mania At Its Extremes
Other than for the peculiarity of a ‘love triangle’, the merger of SynQuest, Viwlocity and Tilion might be a harbinger of SCEM’s annexation by the realm of SCM,

preferred shares  of Series A convertible preferred stock, in exchange for additional cash investments by existing shareholders of SynQuest and Viewlocity, including Battery Ventures and Warburg Pincus . A portion of that additional investment may consist of conversion of up to $7 million of debt that may be outstanding prior to closing. The existing shareholders of Tilion, including North Bridge Venture Partners and Venrock Associates , will also receive approximately $13 million in shares of Series A Preferred to be Read More...
Procurement and Office Supply Companies Ink Deal
PurchasePro and Office Depot have begun a strategic relationship that will make the PurchasePro marketplace available to customers from within Office Depot

preferred shares  be featured as the preferred provider on PurchasePro's business-to-business marketplace, and Office Depot will mass market PurchasePro's software. In addition, Office Depot, which already held 500,000 shares of PurchasePro, will make an additional equity investment of up to 600,000 shares. Market Impact This is not simply about more business for Office Depot, as it might first appear. By joining the PurchasePro network, businesses will be able to buy from and sell to any other company belonging to the Read More...
System Software Associates Announces Fiscal Fourth Quarter Results - The Agony Continues
On December 1, System Software Associates, Inc., a global provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and services, announced financial results for

preferred shares  loss per share after preferred dividends of $.29 in the fourth quarter of 1998. Robert R. Carpenter, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer said, although the Company's fourth quarter overall revenue continued to be negatively impacted by continued softness in the market due to Y2K concerns, new software licenses turned upward in the fourth quarter by 45% when compared to our third quarter. Additionally, the Company was able to generate moderately positive cash flow from operations during the quarter. We Read More...
Epicor's Mid-Market Pitch Becomes Higher For (One) Scala Part One: Event Summary
One should imagine Epicor has carefully thought out the rationale for the recent acquisition of its European counterpart Scala. The merger seems to have much of

preferred shares  s Mid-Market Pitch Becomes Higher For (One) Scala Part One: Event Summary Event Summary While the market has for some time been buzzing about the (for many still miraculous) predatory comeback of SSA Global , another true mid-market incumbent vendor, Epicor Software Corporation (NASDAQ: EPIC), should be lauded too for its recent revival. Like SSA Global, and intriguingly in the same time frame, Epicor did not have much upbeat news for several years following on its progenitors' (i.e., erstwhile Read More...
MicroStrategy Hits a Big Speed Bump on the Information Superhighway
On March 20, MicroStrategy announced that they will restate their earnings for 1998, 1999, and the first quarter of 2000. Shares of the company dropped from a

preferred shares  Hits a Big Speed Bump on the Information Superhighway Event Summary On March 20, MicroStrategy announced that they will restate their earnings for 1998, 1999, and the first quarter of 2000 based on a SEC bulletin issued in December 1999. Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, saw the value of his shares decrease by $6 Billion dollars in a single day. Shares of the company decreased 62 percent on Monday 3/20, and had dropped from a high of $333 eleven days ago to $73 per share as of March 21. Read More...
Merant Goes South on the Stock Market
Another vendor has stated that growth and license revenues in the mainframe arena are softer than expected. Shares of Merant (NASDAQ: MRNT), the provider of

preferred shares  Goes South on the Stock Market Merant Goes South on the Stock Market M. Reed - September 5, 2000 Event Summary Shares of Merant, the provider of PVCS, a major software configuration management product (acquired from Intersolv), in addition to other software, have dropped more than 24 percent after the company released preliminary financial estimates for its first fiscal quarter recently-ended, showing revenues likely will be about 17 percent less than the previous year due to a decline in COBOL Read More...
Apriso Comes Closer to Paperless Manufacturing
Recently, Apriso announced general availability of FlexNet 9.6, its next generation manufacturing software platform that offers much more than traditional

preferred shares  Comes Closer to Paperless Manufacturing Recently, Apriso announced general availability of FlexNet 9.6 , its next generation manufacturing software platform that offers much more than traditional manufacturing execution systems (MES) in terms of digital manufacturing. Namely, FlexNet 9.6 more readily supports conversion to paperless manufacturing environments , whereby enhanced role-based electronic work instructions (eWI) can more easily be updated by business users, without the need for IT staff Read More...
Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news

preferred shares  Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Product Background 3Com introduced the Palm VII Wireless PDA in early 1999. The device initially retailed for $599 (MSRP) USD with an expensive wireless monthly service fee. In October of 1999 prior to the Palm spin-off, 3Com cut not only the cost of the device from $599 to $499, but also lowered the cost of service due to complaints from the end user population of exorbitant access fees. The Palm VII is a Read More...
ERP Vendor Lawson Software Extends to IBM's DB2 Universal Database
Lawson Software, a major privately held provider of enterprise resource planning software, today announced the delivery of its enterprise software applications

preferred shares  Database platform as their preferred back-end database, IBM is making strong strides in making themselves the preferred database for many vendor's ERP solutions. As they continue to take business away from Oracle, whom many firms are annoyed with for competing with them directly in the applications space (they are currently rated the number two ERP vendor), IBM's momentum will likely continue. User Recommendations Customers should consider IBM DB2 Universal Database as a potential platform for any ERP Read More...
NetBIOS Firewall
How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

preferred shares  Firewall NetBIOS Firewall - Preventive Technologies for a Secure Future If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. MicroWorld 's eConceal is a powerful, highly advanced network Firewall designed to protect your internal network against attacks via the Internet. Source : MicroWorld Resources Related to NetBIOS Firewall - Preventive Technologies for a Secure Future : Firewall (Wikipedia) Intrusion Prevention system Read More...
More Vendors Bail on Oracle in Favor of IBM
Oracle’s focus on software application markets is impacting its Database business. Recently SAP AG and Siebel Systems, i2 Technologies, Inc., and PeopleSoft

preferred shares  Universal Database as their preferred database for developing current and future applications, and as their preferred backend database for customer deployment. According to the vendors, PeopleSoft will use DB2 Universal Database as its primary Unix development platform for PeopleSoft 8, which is their latest Internet-based architecture. PeopleSoft 7.5 applications are now available on DB2 UDB for Sun Solaris, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, IBM AIX, and IBM OS/390. In addition, IBM has standardized on and is Read More...

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