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Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will

shares split  the balance of the shares to Quantum DSS stockholders subject to receiving a favorable IRS ruling and board approval. Quantum DSS will consist of two business groups: Enterprise Solutions and DLTtape. The Enterprise Solutions Group, building on the Quantum|ATL brand, will grow the company's current position in tape automation systems, into storage solutions supported by direct sales and service capability. The DLTtape Group will continue to expand its position in storage devices and media. Market Impact

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Another One Bites the Dust - SSA Gored to Death


On April 7, Gores Technology Group (GTG), a leading international technology and management company, and System Software Associates, Inc. (SSA) announced that SSA has agreed to sell substantially all of its assets to a newly formed subsidiary of Gores Technology.

shares split  the total number of shares available). Its balance sheet was in a shambles, with approximately $75M of negative stock equity. With that in mind, it was impossible to see SSA's independent resurrection, despite its large customer base and attractive product portfolio. SSA's chance of surviving, in a consolidating market, with new competitors arriving from all directions, declining revenues, and continuing losses, were equal to zero without a substantial cash infusion from a big partner or a potential Read More

Oracle - How to Disappoint Analysts by Doubling Profits


In September Oracle Corporation, the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced record results for Q1 of its fiscal year 2001. Why weren’t analysts more enthusiastic about the 42% growth of the applications part of its business?

shares split  and Siebel's CRM market shares remains a very tall order (for more information including our predictions on Oracle, see Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger ). Moreover, while Oracle announced general availability of 11i at the end of May, it has not yet released all envisioned components. Further, since 11i also requires the latest version of Oracle's database product, 8i, companies have to upgrade their databases first. However, since 8i is also a relatively new product, many Read More

SSA Announces New Chairman/CEO in a Bid to Stop Its Agony


System Software Associates, Inc. (SSA), announced on September 14 that its Board of Directors has named Robert R. Carpenter, a highly-experienced executive in the technology services sector, as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors. In naming Mr. Carpenter, the Board has completed an extensive search process for the retiring Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. William M. Stuek. Mr. Stuek commented that "Bob Carpenter is an outstanding choice to lead the continued transition of the Company and its drive to profitability."

shares split  the total number of shares available). Its current market capitalization is only around $40 million, and its balance sheet is in shambles ($65M of negative stock equity). With that in mind, we find it very difficult to see SSA's resurrection, despite its large customer base and attractive product portfolio. SSA's chance of surviving, in a consolidating market, with new competitors arriving from all directions, declining revenues, and continuing losses, are slim without a substantial cash infusion from a Read More

Baltimore Technologies Doubles Revenues, Offers World-Class PKI Hosting


Baltimore Technologies expects to report a sound quarter and does not expect to be plagued by the same erroneous projections that instigated two class-action lawsuits against Entrust.

shares split  enhance liquidity in its shares, in May Baltimore announced an effective stock split of 10:1 on the London Stock Exchange and 5:1 on the NASDAQ. Commanding a world-leadership position in e-commerce security solutions, Baltimore Technologies has received numerous PKI awards for its cutting-edge products including Secure Computing's Best Buy Award for its flagship certificate authority product UniCERT. Market Impact With ASPs and PKI both coming of age, we expect Baltimore Technologies to see significant Read More

Compaq Reorganizes Again


“When in trouble, when in doubt: Run in circles! Scream and shout”. And reorganize.

shares split  Reorganizes Again Compaq Reorganizes Again R. Krause - June 5, 2000 Event Summary May 5th, 2000 - In the latest of a string of upper-level resignations, Compaq Senior Vice President Enrico Pesatori announced he was leaving the company to become CEO of start-up Synaxia Networks, located in Reading, UK. Pesatori was most recently the Group Manager of the Enterprise Solutions and Services Group. The bigger news was what happened as a result - or was it a cause? - of the resignation. Instead of Read More

Is Ross Systems Up To A Hat Trick?


Ross Systems, the struggling ERP vendor that many have all but written off, might be voicing with its second consecutive profitable quarter that ‘the fat lady has not sung’ as yet.

shares split  split of its outstanding shares, approved by the majority vote of its shareholders. The Company's NASDAQ symbol, which was ROSS, has been temporarily changed to ROSSD to signal to shareholders and the public that the Company has implemented a reverse stock split. The move comes in the wake of April 25, when Ross Systems reported financial results for the third quarter of its fiscal 2001, ended March 31, 2001. While revenues for the quarter of $11.5 million declined 38% from $18.5 million in the same Read More

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shares split  solutions. This white paper shares best practices on traceability and recall readiness—specifically around the management of product types unique to your industry such as catch-weights and by-products, and how technology can help you meet these unique requirements. Get the details and know the industry-specific functionality you need to be able to meet the traceability requirements unique to the meat and seafood processing business. Read More

MYOB to OEM Acumatica Cloud ERP


Acumatica and MYOB, the largest business management software provider in Australasia, have announced a multimillion dollar deal. The deal enables MYOB to localize and distribute Acumatica’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution platform, moving its offering to midsize clients into the online (cloud) space. This move provides an alternative for midsize businesses to the vendor’s existing on

shares split  leader, MYOB enjoys market shares as high as 70 to 80 percent within its operating markets, but has lately been  replaced by NetSuite in many local deals . Acumatica’s functionality should be a much better antidote against NetSuite’s onslaught. MYOB has more than 1.2 million businesses as customers, and provides support via many service channels, including a network of over 20,000 accounting firms, bookkeepers, and other consultants. MYOB’s solutions simplify accounting, payroll, human resources Read More

Q: Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Billionaire? A: Baan -- Foster Care for Its Orphans Needed As Well


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shares split  and Mooney, sent Baan's shares plunging to a five-year low. The shares plunged 60 percent in three days. Everaert said Baan would rather not be taken over. The primary goal is to survive with the structure we have. But we face challenges, he said. Baan today is something quite different to the Baan of two years ago. He said the company needs to cut costs, change its strategy and solve its problems in attracting shareholder equity. Everaert was confident he could achieve a speedy revival in Baan's 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 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 license fees.

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HP to Buy EDS


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How a Cloud Strategy Supports HR Transformation


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