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Oracle Reports Strong Profits
On December 14, Oracle Corporation announced record second quarter results for the period ended November 30, 1999. For the quarter, net income increased 40% to $384 million, or $0.26 per share, while total revenue grew to $2.3 billion. This compares to net income of $274 million, or $0.19 per share, and revenue of $2.1 billion for the same period a year ago.
Oracle Reports Strong Profits Oracle Reports Strong Profits P.J. Jakovljevic - January 3, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Oracle Corp. s second-quarter earnings rose 40 percent, exceeding even the most optimistic predictions made by the company s top executives last month. With old-line companies largely done fixing Y2K problems, sales are picking up for Oracle s flagship database and applications software, the company said. In addition, fast-growing Internet companies are buying Oracle software to help
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We've begun publishing a new type of report (free download) called a Product Certification Report. These have been in the works for a while so I'm very happy to announce the first two are now available. I'll post the links below and then explain what these reports are. Meridian Global LMS (an enterprise learning management system [LMS] as certified by Sherry Fox) Pronto Software's Pronto Xi
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QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent
On November 23, QAD Inc. reported that its total revenue for the third fiscal quarter ended October 31, 1999, rose 56 percent to $56.7 million, from $36.4 million in the same quarter last year. License revenue was $20.6 million, an increase of 21 percent compared with $17.1 million in the prior-year period. Excluding non-recurring tax charges totaling $1.3 million, QAD reported a net loss for the third fiscal quarter of $3.2 million, or $0.11 diluted loss per share. Including the $1.3 million of non-recurring tax charges, QAD's net loss for the third quarter was $4.5 million, or $0.15 diluted loss per share. This compares with last year's
QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent QAD Reports Third-Quarter--Revenue Rises 56 Percent P.J. Jakovljevic - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Karl F. Lopker, QAD s Chief Executive Officer, stated, Our third-quarter growth was due to a number of key strategies that are now showing results. They include: our geographic expansion made through acquisitions, the continued expanding demand for services from QAD s Global Services Business and the growing demand for our Web-enabled
Adexa Reports Record First Quarter Results
It began the quarter as Paragon Management Systems and finished it as Adexa. Now the company looks to build on its record first quarter results.
Adexa Reports Record First Quarter Results Adexa Reports Record First Quarter Results Steve McVey - June 9, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - June 9, 2000 Event Summary Adexa, the vendor formerly known as Paragon Management Systems, announced record revenue for its first quarter of 2000. At $9.5 million, total revenue rose 24% over the fourth quarter of last year and nearly tripled revenue of the first quarter of 1999 of $3.5 million. The Los Angeles based vendor experienced a rise in each one of its
Comparative Analysis: Are You Still Confused About APS, SCM, and ERP?
Constant changes are happening in the software market, either in software delivery methods, features and functions, or software integrations with other applications. Organizations are looking for solutions which can fix problems and make business processes more cost-effective. What are these solutions?
organizations. What is SCM? SCM is the management of multiple business processes starting from product planning and ending with delivery. A SCM system helps organizations develop processes that integrate their manufacturing activities with logistics. To understand the entire SCM flow of an organization, let’s have a look at the multiple components within the supply chain. The objective of an SCM application is to provide end-to-end visibility into each component of the supply chain network without
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SCM Software for Real World Manufacturing: A Case for Mission Critical Use
In an ideal world, we can have an exception free manufacturing operations. And for the most part, it will be a "management by exception" operations with no constraints or bottlenecks to worry about. But in reality manufacturing is all about managing constraints. A lot of constraints! This article discusses the impacts of constraints on manufacturing planning and execution and how a well implemented SCM software can help in overcoming these constraints.
SCM Software for Real World Manufacturing: A Case for Mission Critical Use SCM Software for Real World Manufacturing: A Case for Mission Critical Use Ashfaque Ahmed - July 24, 2004 Read Comments Introduction As any experienced production or operations manager will tell you, there is real challenge in manufacturing execution processes and that production planning and scheduling does not help. Everyday the manager comes across machines breaking down, bottlenecks in the production lines, human resource
SSA Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio
SSA Global's strategy to grow both organically and through acquisition while developing an end-to-end suite of applications with one open platform architecture has allowed this traditional enterprise resource planning vendor to evolve into a supply chain management solutions provider.
Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio SSA Global finds Little Known SCM Gems in Filling Out its Solution Portfolio Michael Bittner - January 19, 2006 Read Comments Background The stages of SSA Global s continued success over the past five years are well documented by the media and analyst communities. With financial year (FY)2005 revenues of $712 million (USD), up 12 percent over FY2004, a net income of $8.9 million (USD), and 3,700 employees in North America, Europe,
Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 1: Recent Announcements
While the ERP mid-market has seen more vibrant intra-market merger & acquisition activity during 2001, it appears that 2002 will, for some more tenacious Tier 2/Tier 3 vendors, be the year of delivering products under their own steam as to counteract the onslaught by Tier 1 vendors and mid-market juggernauts.
Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 1: Recent Announcements Mid-Market ERP Vendors Doing CRM & SCM In A DIY Fashion Part 1: Recent Announcements P.J. Jakovljevic - April 19, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary Microsoft s acquisition of Great Plains , MAPICS acquisition of Pivotpoint, and the merger of former Navision Software and Damgaard in 2000, combined with the anxiety of the then only looming economic slowdown, triggered the spate of mergers & acquisitions throughout 2001 (see The
PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Three: The Manufacturing Industry
Even before the mega merger, PeopleSoft had already set it sights on a bigger manufacturing presence. PeopleSoft’s acquisition of mid-to-large ERP system developer J.D. Edwards this summer, and most recently demand flow and lean manufacturing software solution from JCIT, might indicate some deep though process rather than a number of impulse initiatives from the past.
PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Three: The Manufacturing Industry PeopleSoft Gathers Manufacturing and SCM Wherewithal Part Three: The Manufacturing Industry P.J. Jakovljevic - January 27, 2004 Read Comments PeopleSoft s Manufacturing Ploy This article analyzes whether an array of recent PeopleSoft , Inc. (NASDAQ: PSFT), moves will finally and lastingly establish it as a serious contender in the manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM)
'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Procurement, and SCM Unite! A Series Study
Now in 2001, the catchphrase is 'Collaborative Commerce', where we unite all of the elements of ERP, CRM, E-Procurement, and SCM into one coherent system within and between organizations. This is the stuff system integrators dream of.
ERP, CRM, e-Procurement, and SCM Unite! A Series Study Collaborative Commerce : ERP, CRM, e-Procurement, and SCM Unite! A Series Study Randy Garland - September 13, 2001 Read Comments R. Garland - September 13, 2001 Introduction In the early 90 s, ERP came of age. Everyone had to have the functionality ERP packages promised. Since then, as Web and Internet technologies have matured, CRM on the front end, and e-Procurement and Supply Chain Management on the back end, have come into their own. Now in
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