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IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun
In the latest phase of its campaign to unseat Sun as the dominant Internet server brand, IBM has released a slew of performance benchmarks for its 'eServer

tpc baan  Transaction Processing* OLTP (1) TPC-C Most powerful OLTP server 220,807.27 tpmC @$43.30 /tpmC Sun E10000 64-way 156,873.03 tpmC @ $48.81 /tpmC HP V2500 32-way 102,025.50 tpmC @ $63.21 /tpmC Java Performance (2) VolanoMark (1) SPECjbb2000 Top Java performance for UNIX 133,251 messages per second 56,834 operations per second Sun results no longer available HP has not published Sun has not published HP - 40,192 ops SAP performance (1) SAP ATO (2-tier) Best SAP performance 8,570 assembly orders per hour Sun

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Ambitious Plans and Promises: An Enterprise Software Vendor’s Open Course of Action


Infor has met several of its objectives with Infor Open SOA. The vendor has managed to resolve inherited customer retention issues, move forward with “green” and corporate social responsibility initiatives, and even has a viable new product version to offer Baan users.

tpc baan  Plans and Promises: An Enterprise Software Vendor’s Open Course of Action To recap, Infor is enriching its portfolio with service-oriented architecture (SOA) capabilities while extending solutions through standards-based interoperability, and is evolving solutions through new, natively SOA-based components. Rather than develop an underlying proprietary integration and development infrastructure platform to add to its diverse set of applications, Infor is now componentizing its applications and Read More

Resurrection, Vitality And Perseverance Of Former ERP 'Goners' Part Three: Market Impact


By being back from edge of the cliff, on a comeback trail under rejuvenated management, and with pruned but also more viable product sets, these vendors have become de facto trend setters as once high-flying and almost deceased and then again rebounding mid-market ERP vendors.

tpc baan  Vitality And Perseverance Of Former ERP 'Goners' Part Three: Market Impact Event Summary Event Summary Although encouraging, it might also be quite ironic that, during these days of general lethargy of the market, the rare good pieces of news, in addition to some usual suspect' software giant's upbeat financial reports due to their certain large oligopolies' heritage, have been coming from these reformed traditional ERP vendors, which, not long ago provided ammunition to some pundits to Read More

What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?


Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision. But what do the benchmarks mean, and which ones really matter?

tpc baan  Segment Synopsis Metrics Details TPC-C System Measures transaction processing performance and exercises all related subsystems tpmC, $/tpmC TPC-H System Measures ad-hoc transaction performance QphH, $/QphH TPC-R System Measures performance of a standard set of queries QphR, $/QphR TPC-W System Measure transactions (e.g. e-commerce) for a business-oriented web server WIPS, $/WIPS SPECweb99 System Updated version of SPECweb96. Measures peak throughput for web serving Conform. simul. connections SPEC Read More

Compaq's 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New "Big Iron"


Compaq started shipping its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500, in late August. These are the first true eight-way Intel servers to ship.

tpc baan  $/tpmC results from the TPC, Compaq continues to be a price/performance leader ($18.70/tpmC). We expect this leadership to continue, with the only serious competition expected to be from Dell. The raw performance numbers are also very good (>40,000 tpmC), but we expect Dell to post similar numbers within three months (60% probability). 8500: Storage: The 8500 has four hot-swappable hard drive bays, more than any major competitor (except the ProLiant 8000). Although it is not a targeted application, this Read More

Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) Market - Dismal 1999, the New Millennium to bring Relief (for Some)


The worsening plight of most ERP vendors, caused by the market slowdown, which started in the fourth quarter of 1998, continued in full force throughout 1999. The market size for 1999, with the 4th quarter yet to be reported, is estimated at $18.5B-$19.5B (12%-16% growth over 1998), with sales expected to top $55B-60B by 2003, for a CAGR of 28%-32%. ERP software suites will become universal business applications that will encompass front-office, business intelligence, and e-commerce/supply chain management, and ERP will no longer be the acronym sufficient enough to cover it, so we would like to suggest a new acronym - iERP, meaning Inter(

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'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys


Baan is now iBaan, fully focused on the Internet via Portals and web technologies, across CRM, ERP, and SCM spaces.

tpc baan  Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys 'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: Baan and Parent Company, Invensys R. Garland - September 20, 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, Read More

The ERP Market 2001 And Beyond - Aging Gracefully With The ‘New Kids On The Block’


Although we believe that exorbitant growth rates are a matter of the past, growth will remain the word associated with the ERP market in the 2000’s. ERP will, however, have to share the spotlight with the fast growing adolescent ERP-adjacent areas like SCM, CRM and e-procurement.

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SSA GT Beefs Up BPCS V8 Through Partnerships' Spree Part 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.

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Infor Wins Big at BAE Systems Military Air


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tpc baan  Wins Big at BAE Systems Military Air One industry where the Infor LN enterprise resource planning (ERP) product is  undergoing a renaissance of sorts is automotive . Another industry would be complex manufacturing in the aerospace and defense (A&D) sector. Most recently, the aerospace giant BAE Systems Military Air & Information (MAI) has revealed plans to  rationalize its ERP arsenal using Infor LN , which will be rolled out across the United Kingdom as the corporate ERP standard and is expected Read More

Integration is the Name of the Game in Software Systems


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tpc baan  is the Name of the Game in Software Systems Introduction    For a manufacturer seeking better communication between its engineering and manufacturing wings, as well as a design-build engineering firm trying to expand its profit margins, a business process streamlined across the entire enterprise is a valuable commodity. Companies are using enterprise resource planning (ERP) software tools at an increasing rate to help smooth the rough edges of their business practices. ERP attempts to integrat Read More

Baan Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over?


Year 1999 will be extremely challenging; We predict minor revenue growth (max. 5%). Break-even net income is the most optimistic scenario. Year 2000 and after - Baan will still be a player to be reckoned with, however, the chance that Baan will be one of the Top 3 global ERP vendors has slipped away for good...

tpc baan  Company N.V. - Is the Worst Over? Vendor Summary Baan Co. is a leading global provider of enterprise business software. Founded in the Netherlands in 1978 and with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Reston, VA, USA, Baan Co. is the fifth-ranked ERP vendor with $736 million revenue in 1998 (approx. 4.5% of the global ERP market). The Company's revenues increased steeply from $216 million in 1995 to $680 million in 1997, with a significant slowdown in 1998 (see Baan Company N.V. Annual Read More

Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Four: Market Impact Summary and User Recommendations


SSA GT has many times surprised even the biggest skeptics by turning around seemingly non-viable vantage products (which iBaan and Ironside certainly are not) and/or ailing vendors (which Baan has been, and Ironworks will have likely become).

tpc baan  And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Four: Market Impact Summary and User Recommendations Market Impact Summary Baan , once one of the leading independent providers of enterprise application solutions for industrial enterprises, and subsequently part Invensys plc. (London Stock Exchange: ISYS), was sold on June 3 to an investment group consisting of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P. and General Atlantic Partners, LLC, two of the world's leading private investment Read More

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Wonderware is reducing the staff dedicated to the ex-Marcam PRISM and Protean products from approximately 400 to less than 100. They will also cease to offer these products, but have indicated a transition to a new product. What impact will this have on existing customers and the Process ERP marketplace?

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