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SynQuest Posts Mixed Results
Still warm from an August IPO, SynQuest finds its revenues growing to new heights while its bottom line remains submerged.

SYNQUEST: SynQuest Posts Mixed Results SynQuest Posts Mixed Results Steve McVey - September 28, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - September 28, 2000 Event Summary Still warm from an August IPO, SynQuest recently reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended June 30, 2000. Total revenue for the fourth quarter increased to $8.1 million compared to $7.0 million for the same period in fiscal 1999. Revenue from software license fees increased by 55% to $5.5 million versus $3.5 million for the three
9/28/2000

IBM and SynQuest Sign AS/400 Pact
New Orleans, APICS, 1999- SynQuest and IBM today announced an advanced planning and scheduling e-business software solution for IBM AS/400e servers. The SynQuest solution for AS/400, expected to be available during the first quarter of 2000, is SynQues

SYNQUEST: IBM and SynQuest Sign AS/400 Pact IBM and SynQuest Sign AS/400 Pact Steve McVey - November 4, 1999 Read Comments IBM and SynQuest Sign AS/400 Pact S. McVey- November 4th, 1999 Event Summary In its latest campaign for the lucrative supply chain management (SCM) marketplace, IBM announced a partnership with SynQuest, Inc. to produce a new version of its SynQuest Manufacturing Manager Software for the AS/400. The software is designed to integrate operational planning and execution across a supply chain. As
11/4/1999

SynQuest Ships Manufacturing Software for AS/400
SynQuest, Inc. with help from IBM makes good on its promise to deliver an AS/400-based version of its manufacturing software.

SYNQUEST: SynQuest Ships Manufacturing Software for AS/400 SynQuest Ships Manufacturing Software for AS/400 Steve McVey - April 18, 2000 Read Comments SynQuest Ships Manufacturing Software for AS/400 S. McVey - April 18th, 2000 Event Summary SynQuest, Inc. recently shipped its supply chain management software for IBM AS/400e servers to a division of Chesapeake Corporation, a $1.2 billion provider of specialty packaging and merchandising services. Following a port begun last November, SynQuest Manufacturing Manager
4/18/2000

Deloitte & Touche Alliance with SynQuest Largely Symbolic
Deloitte & Touche recently named SynQuest, Inc. a preferred advanced planning and scheduling (APS) partner. Under the terms of the agreement, Deloitte & Touche will provide supply chain redesign services in implementations of the SynQuest supply chain suite of e-business applications.

SYNQUEST: & Touche Alliance with SynQuest Largely Symbolic Deloitte & Touche Alliance with SynQuest Largely Symbolic Steve McVey - November 24, 1999 Read Comments Deloitte & Touche Alliance with SynQuest Largely Symbolic S. McVey - November 24, 1999 Event Summary On November 15, Deloitte & Touche announced it had named SynQuest, Inc. a preferred advanced planning and scheduling (APS) partner. Under the terms of the agreement, Deloitte & Touche will provide supply chain redesign services in conjunction with
11/24/1999

Yet Another ‘Big 5 ERP’ CEO Casualty
The Board of Directors of J.D. Edwards & Company has reappointed C. Edward McVaney to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer, replacing Doug Massingill who resigned from the position and from the Board effective immediately.

SYNQUEST: as Siebel, Ariba, and Synquest. J.D. Edwards has been repositioning itself as an enterprise vendor to convince medium sized manufacturing enterprises that it is worthwhile extending their activities into e-business. However, managing a large application portfolio, much of which involves partnering or extensive integration and customization, will be cumbersome despite its alleged flexible product architecture. Ten alliances have been highlighted in announcements since September 1999. Of these, at least
5/15/2000

ROI Systems, Inc.: Will Slow and Steady Remain in the Race?
Over past two decades, ROI Systems has shown the commitment to deliver solid discrete manufacturing functionality and superior customer support, with modest growth and cautious new technology introduction as a consequence. Owing to its slow growth, ROI has achieved a small market presence in general and insignificant global brand awareness, an undeveloped channel outside of the North American market.

SYNQUEST: while Adexa, WebPLAN and Synquest are candidates for a SCM alliance. Within the next 3 years, more than 90% of ROI s revenues will still come from the North American market (70% probability). Due to increasing competition and visibility from its publicly traded competitors with significant resources, we believe that the company will have to decide to either go public (25% probability) or to seek additional capital (45% probability) within the next 18 months. Failing to do so (35% probability) will put
6/22/2000

J.D. Edwards – A Collaboration Thought Leader Or A Disguised ERP Follower? Part 1: About J.D. Edwards
Like most of its peers, J.D. Edwards is hoping to rebound by focusing on Internet collaboration and extended-ERP applications. The company has also differentiated itself from competitors by embedding Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) into its OneWorld product. While J.D. Edwards' move into the EAI arena is indisputably risky, we commend its determination to bite the bullet and include integration systems into the core product offering. However, we also believe that managing this large application portfolio, much of which involves partnering or extensive integration and customization, will be cumbersome. Part 1 presents an overview

SYNQUEST: See J.D. Edwards Names SynQuest Preferred Solution. FRx Software: See J.D. Edwards Teams with FRx Software to Improve Reporting Solutions . Agilera: See Agilera.com - A new era for the web? i2 Technologies: See i2 Technologies Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld . MicroStrategy: See MicroStrategy 7 Hits the Street . Competition To learn how J.D. Edwards fared in a case study of four major ERP vendors, J.D. Edwards, Lawson Software, Oracle, and PeopleSoft, which is based on a software selection
11/8/2000

J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One
Deciding that acquisition is the better part of valor, Numetrix cancelled its IPO to combine fortunes with ERP vendor J. D. Edwards & Company. Though technologically adept in the areas of supply chain planning and optimization, Numetrix has lacked a successful marketing strategy, a primary factor in its demise as an independent company. Now, the marketplace scrutinizes the new combination, strategies for integration of Numetrix, and the growing footprint of J. D. Edwards.

SYNQUEST: (such as i2, Manugistics, SynQuest) may be less painful.
9/1/1999

SSA GT Beefs Up BPCS V8 Through Partnerships SpreePart 2: Market Impact
SSA GT has mostly achieved its most imminent and important goal of enticing existing BPCS customer base to stay on their maintenance contracts. Vendors vying to be replacement solutions for the BPCS ERP system could be in for a bigger hurdle than expected.

SYNQUEST: except for Cognos and SynQuest or Manugistics (for an advanced planning & scheduling (APS) product add-on), the above partnerships, which have certainly made a splash, are either in their infancy or are just another bite at the cherry. For partnerships to solidify and result with a true commitment and solid products, one needs time and significant user acceptance (read sales), both of which have yet to happen in earnest. There are the indications that SSA s sales force has sternly resisted some previous
1/4/2002

3M Wraps Up HighJump, While Retalix Shops OMI InternationalPart Two: Market Impact
Both HighJump's and OMI's customers should be pleased because these acquisitions should center their vendors’ supply chain execution products inside a larger suite of complementary offerings and increase their vendors’ financial viability and market visibility.

SYNQUEST: supply chain planning provider SynQuest with two privately held supply chain event management providers, Viewlocity , and Tilion into nowadays Viewlocity, see Merger Mania At Its Extremes ). Nonetheless, at this stage, there seem to be little inclination and rationale to buy a direct competitor and further burden itself with legacy product maintenance and support issues. However, this is not to imply that the SCE vendors are off the hook, given most of them face certain challenges notwithstanding. First
2/17/2004

CA Unloads interBiz Collection Into SSA GT s SanctuaryPart 3: Challenges and User Recommendations
The varied product portfolio now under the SSA GT banner will take serious pondering and soul-searching and may likely act as a distraction from SSA GT's primary BPCS product strategy. While SSA GT's gallant attempt to regain credibility in the industry is noteworthy, it still has much more catching-up to do, with the market keeping a close eye on its execution.

SYNQUEST: except for Cognos and SynQuest or Manugistics (for an advanced planning & scheduling (APS) product add-on), the above partnerships, which have certainly made a splash, are either in their infancy or are just another bite at the cherry. For partnerships to solidify and result with a true commitment and solid products, one needs time and significant user acceptance (read sales), both of which have yet to happen in earnest. Also, while embracing the IBM WebSphere platform for e-procurement, CRM, and other
5/1/2002


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