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Process ERP Market Loses PRISM and Protean
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

wonderware  Summary In early October Wonderware , a division of Invensys , announced to employees and customers that it was significantly cutting the headcount and discontinuing marketing and sales efforts for the PRISM and Protean product lines. These products, part of the acquisition of Marcam Corporation in 1999, address the ERP needs of process companies with the majority of the install base being in the food or chemical business. From approximately 400 people, Wonderware will cut headcount to fewer than 100

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