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Great Plains on a Shopping Spree
On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. In a separate move, Great Plains also unveiled plans to acquire Fixed Asset Management LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Forestar Group to gain the rights to Forestar's Fixed Asset Management product, which allows a company to record, track, depreciate, and analyze its fixed assets.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: Great Plains on a Shopping Spree Great Plains on a Shopping Spree P.J. Jakovljevic - January 28, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary On January 6, in an effort to expand its customer base and reseller partner channel Great Plains, a provider of financial management software for midsize businesses, announced it plans to acquire RealWorld Corp., a developer of accounting and business solutions. Through the acquisition, Great Plains expects to add over 20,000 mid-market customers and expand its channel capacity
1/28/2000

Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains
Siebel and Great Plains recently announced plans to expand their partnership allowing Great Plains' VARs to sell Siebel's eBusiness Applications. This agreement will allow Great Plains partners to sell a wide range of enterprise applications to upper-midmarket organizations

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: resellers to learn the products, generate leads, and close deals. Market Impact During the recent Stampede event, (Great Plains annual channel partner conference) a Great Plains representative stated 7 out of 10 VARs felt positively about Great Plains addition of the Great Plains Siebel Front Office to the product line. This is a good indication that Siebel eBusiness Applications will be well received by channel partners. This partnership adds a unique alternative in the CRM market. The bulk of vendors o
10/3/2000

Great Plains – Getting Greater and Less Plain
Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading provider of e-business solutions for the mid-market, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter ended February 29, 2000.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) products to extend the e-business desktop to a variety of devices. Great Plains released the Call Center application for Great Plains Siebel Front Office. The Call Center application is an integrated sales and service solution for universal call agents to address outbound sales opportunities while conducting inbound support. AppNet, Inc. and Great Plains partnered to design a Web-based business environment that delivers personalized, end-to-end business processes, commu
4/27/2000

Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation
On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its ASP partner program to better meet the diverse needs of its ASP partners and their customers

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - October 4, 2000 Introduction This is the second of three articles about Great Plains resulting from TEC analysts attending the Great Plains partners meeting, Stampede 2000, in September. The meeting provided the opportunity for in-depth research on how Siebel and Great Plains operate. The TEC analysts were able to interview both Great Plains
10/4/2000

Great Plains Reports Financial Results for the Second Quarter
On December 16, Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading provider of fully integrated front office/back office e-business solutions for the mid-market, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter ended November 30, 1999. Great Plains reported record second quarter revenues of $47.4 million, a 49% increase over the same period last fiscal year. Revenues from the Great Plains platform products, Dynamics and eEnterprise, grew 54% to $45.8 million in the quarter.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: the Great Plains platform products, Dynamics and eEnterprise, grew 54% to $45.8 million in the quarter. Operating income, excluding the effect of amortization of intangibles, was $6.1 million, up 43% over the second quarter of fiscal 1999. Net income and diluted earnings per share for the second quarter, excluding the effect of amortization of intangibles, were $4.6 million and 28 cents per share, up 52% and 35%, respectively, over the same period last fiscal year. Including the effect of amortization of
1/12/2000

Great Plains Taps The Web To Deliver Product Support
Great Plains has expanded eSupport, its web-based technical support service. The new service promises to provide customers and partners with higher levels of service while increasing Great Plains’ operational efficiency. Here’s how Great Plains uses the web to augment its technical support services.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: RightNow Technologies, Support.com, and products from Siebel Systems. Early data collected by Great Plains indicates the new system is reducing costs and increasing the operational efficiency of its call center. The company recorded a reduction in cost per fulfilled service request from $32 to approximately $25, on average. Use of eSupport has grown significantly over the past twelve months. In October of 1999, 4% of all service requests were initiated via eSupport compared to 42.5% in October of 2000.
12/5/2000

The Anatomy of Retail Sourcing Processes
The most successful retailers are those that continually focus on driving the very best performance from each of their suppliers, and that work collaboratively to improve performance in areas such as on-time delivery, product quality, and regulatory compliance.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: parts, components, and finished products based on all conceivable factors that might contribute to cost and risk. Leveraging this solution with the closed-loop capability to capture all relevant cost elements, represent them in a model, compute and analyze multiple what-if scenarios, and make the best decision, businesses can drive the process with a complete picture of the factors impacting the total cost of a product. Total Landed Cost Sourcing delivers the following capabilities: analysis and decision
8/15/2007

Will Solomon Finally Satisfy Great Plains’ Insatiable Appetite?
Great Plains announced it intends to significantly expand its mid market e-business community through the acquisition of Solomon Software, its direct competitor. The combined company will have more than 130,000 customers, 2,200 team members and a worldwide network of 2,000 channel partners.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: synergy of this merger: products technology compatibility (Microsoft-centric), the companies similar market segment focus and a similar service & support business model (with 10%-15% of their affiliate partners already specializing in distributing both products). However, the downside of the merger is that it will not expand combined product functionality per se. Great Plains will still have to beef up its multi-site manufacturing and distribution functionality as well as vertical focus and multi-nationa
5/26/2000

Enterprise Impact Simulation Alliances - At The Core Of EIS
C-commerce alliances are primary drivers of the demand for the predictive capabilities of Enterprise Impact Simulation. Information about IT systems is becoming more valuable than the systems themselves because it is our entry fee to the alliance model, and admission to the alliance is a prerequisite for survival of the business. IT organizations should move quickly to satisfy the new value proposition their companies require of them.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: and quality of their products and services, but also on the quality of the information they can publish for consumption by collaborating partners. ERP is Dead - Long Live ERP II Oct. 4, 2000. The first information collaborating partners will need to share is their IT blueprints. They contain the information needed to establish the system-to-system communication that forms the basis for the alliance. Companies that already have those IT blueprints in place will be able to implement that communication mo
3/7/2001

Going from Good to Great
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PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: for emerging customer segments/evolving products and services (consider what offline questions apply to the online environment) Offer increased interactivity through forums or VoIP where customers can seek further information (we can t always predict what information our customers will want or need) Provide virtual tours or augmented reality demos (to reduce the ambiguity (perceived risk) involved in purchasing online and increase probability of purchase) flag important policies, insert prompts and
8/27/2009 6:47:00 AM

The Outsourcer’s Guide to Success: Nine Factors for Great Governance
For many organizations, undertaking IT and business process outsourcing involves everything from finding and assessing providers, to selecting locations, to determining which services are required. But the hardest part of outsourcing occurs after the deal is done. To help businesses ensure consistency in outsourcing governance, there are nine critical factors to keep in mind that can help guarantee its success.

PRODUCTS IN THE TEXAS GREAT PLAINS: The Outsourcer’s Guide to Success: Nine Factors for Great Governance The Outsourcer’s Guide to Success: Nine Factors for Great Governance Source: EquaTerra Document Type: White Paper Description: For many organizations, undertaking IT and business process outsourcing involves everything from finding and assessing providers, to selecting locations, to determining which services are required. But the hardest part of outsourcing occurs after the deal is done. To help businesses ensure consistency in
2/15/2008 1:45:00 PM


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