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Driving Factors in The Enterprise Applications Market
The enterprise applications market is converging resulting with fewer providers; however, there are still the same number of competing systems. What are the factors that are driving the market and what are the emerging trends?

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: only vendors with commanding market shares will be able to commit to the massive investments required for next-generation systems and remain profitable (i.e., absorb the associated costs). Driving Factors A number of factors continue to drive the demand for enterprise applications, such as The ongoing demand for extended enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality beyond the user enterprise s four walls, and the ability to integrate business systems with business-critical processes currently not
3/23/2006

IBM Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA
IBM has announced a four-year, $200 million investment to make it more cost effective and easier for companies to manage data on IBM S/390 enterprise servers. They will attempt to compete more effectively with Computer Associates (which acquired Platinum Technology and Sterling Software), BMC, and Oracle in the lucrative database tools market.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA IBM Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA M. Reed - September 22, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - September 22, 2000 Event Summary IBM has announced a four-year, $200 million investment to make it more cost effective and easier for companies to manage data on IBM S/390 enterprise servers. They will attempt to compete more effectively with Computer Associates (which acquired Platinum Technology and Sterling Software), BMC, and Oracle
9/22/2000

To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned
The star above small and medium businesses (SMB) has never been so bright. CRM solution vendors are courting this market segment extensively. This is the second of a series of articles that look at strategies deployed by major enterprise solution vendors to attract the SMB decision makers and whether those vendors are ''dumbing down'' their enterprise software for the mid-market. This article evaluates SAP's mid-market solutions and its implementation approach.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned To Gain Market Share in the Mid-Market, SAP Leaves No Stone Unturned Kevin Ramesan - June 30, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary TEC recently interviewed Patrick Hickey , Director SMB Solutions, SAP America and Steffen Fischer , Manager SMB Solutions, BU SMB , SAP Labs in order to get a closer look at SAP mid-market product and sales strategy. SAP is traditionally known as a provider of enterprise solutions for larger organizations capable
6/30/2003

IFS To Be At Customers (Web) ServicePart 2: Market Impact & User Recommendations
Look for IFS’ increased visibility within its market segments of focus, as shown by its continued growth. The company with its broadened product offering and anticipation of recent market trends, is now in the rear mirror of Tier 1 vendors.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: IFS has picked up marketshare and continued new license revenue growth at a time when the larger companies are showing negative growth in the area of new license revenues. To our belief, the recent events should vouch for a stable future. IFS lackluster profitability in the past can be attributed to heavy investment in R&D and global market expansion, both of which have been curbed recently. Still, as corporate viability is of great importance, ensure that you feel comfortable with the IFS executives
7/3/2002

SAP Q3 Results Cause Mixed Reactions
On October 19, SAP announced its results for Q3 2000, in which revenues rose 27% and net income increased 96% over the same period last year. However, bear in mind that SAP’s export figures have been bloated to a degree by currency effects, namely a recent favorable exchange rate between dollars and Euros . Even without that effect, 17% revenue growth in the US is much less compared to recent reports from its direct competitors, which should indicate a possible loss of market share.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: making inroads into its market share, SAP s management should nevertheless be pleased with the increase of license revenue and reinvigorated success in the North American (47% license revenue increase) and Asia-Pacific (109% license revenue increase) markets. Despite its huge customer base and mind share created throughout the 1990s, SAP has had notable challenges over the past two years (for more information, see SAP - A Leader Under Reconstruction ). It has recently tackled some of these though. The
11/16/2000

GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux
In its fight to catch up to Windows for desktop mindshare and market share, Linux has received a boost from the Gnome Foundation and a number of key systems manufacturers.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: will lead to increased market share - not enough to topple Windows, but enough to turn Linux into a legitimate desktop contender. We have deliberately omitted discussion of KDE, the other main Linux desktop environment. More Linux developers presently use KDE than use GNOME (although many use both), so KDE is a strong player. The difference is the (current) lack of commitment by big hardware players. User Recommendations As with most new technologies, we suggest potential users exercise caution.
9/8/2000

Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities
Growing Food and Beverage Businesses. Find Free Plan and Other Solutions to Define Your Project Implementation In Relation To Food and Beverage Businesses. Global demand for food and beverages continues to rise, and the market will pay a premium for partially prepared healthier choices. Food and beverage manufacturers with innovative solutions for these niche markets are in a position to gain brand dominance, resulting in higher revenues, profits, and market share. Discover tactical and strategic innovative practices that can help support changes in your business processes.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: higher revenues, profits, and market share. Discover tactical and strategic innovative practices that can help support changes in your business processes. Growing Food and Beverage Businesses: Innovation to Maximize Market Opportunities style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),   Process Manufacturing,   Formula/Recipe,   Management Practices,   Best Practices,   Change Management Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Food
4/8/2009 2:33:00 PM

Is Enterprise Market Consolidating? Exactly!
After seemingly the successful acquisition of Macola last year, Exact Software continues to build its SME market share by acquiring Kewill ERP.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: biggest players have a market share less than 5%, and although even 1% of the market estimated at ~$20 billion still represents significant value, this is only valid from a business perspective when there are many new sales opportunities available. Therefore, for the vast majority of smaller vendors, apart from a few niche specialists in some vertical segments, it really becomes a case of fighting for the crumbs. Although during a blossoming market this is less of a problem, and therefore high levels of
6/14/2002

Publishing Company Improves Team Efficiency, Recovers Lost Revenue, and Builds Clients’ Market Share
Founded in 1989 in Richmond Hill, Ontario (Canada), Kenilworth Publishing is a full-service media company that publishes consumer and business-to-business print magazines in diverse sectors. In 1993, Kenilworth executives decided that to continue to strengthen clients’ profiles within their respective industries, they needed to implement one of the two customer relationship management (CRM) solutions on their shortlist.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: Revenue, and Builds Clients’ Market Share Publishing Company Improves Team Efficiency, Recovers Lost Revenue, and Builds Clients’ Market Share Source: Maximizer Software Document Type: Case Study Description: Founded in 1989 in Richmond Hill, Ontario (Canada), Kenilworth Publishing is a full-service media company that publishes consumer and business-to-business print magazines in diverse sectors. In 1993, Kenilworth executives decided that to continue to strengthen clients’ profiles within their res
5/24/2007 10:21:00 AM

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.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: by increasing its ERP market share (up to ~14%) after being the only large vendor to achieve significant growth in both total revenue (~24%), license revenue (~16%) and net income (~59%) during the last 4 quarters. Oracle had a head start on most of its competition pertaining to Internet applications, and the Company still leads the ERP pack both on product technology vision and execution. While Oracle had suffered initial setbacks as it moved its entire enterprise product line to the Internet, and was
1/3/2000

Riding the Growth Wave: Leveraging Economies of Scale
You can leverage economies of scale to increase production by using existing equipment and people, lowering cost per unit, and increasing profit margins. The same applies to providers of services. Using the talented personnel you have and expanding the quality and distribution of services and support are much easier than starting from scratch. Find out how you can take advantage of economies of scale for profitable growth and gains in market share.

TEST AUTOMATION TOOL MARKET SHARE: growth and gains in market share. Riding the Growth Wave: Leveraging Economies of Scale style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Asset Management,   Consulting and Services,   Manufacturing Execution System (MES),   Costing/Part Definition,   Warehouse Management System (WMS),   Distribution and Warehousing,   Decision Making,   Economic Analysis Source: SAP Learn more about SAP Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents!
12/11/2008 9:54:00 AM


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