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Altrec Takes E-commerce to Extremes
Altrec is a startup E-commerce website that takes aim on the upscale outdoor recreation market. In this interview Altrec's CTO discusses the initial technology decisions on which the company's infrastructure is based.

YOSSI GELLER: Altrec Takes E-commerce to Extremes Altrec Takes E-commerce to Extremes P. Catz - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Company Overview Altrec.com aims to be the place to go to get the tools information and inspiration to tackle all of your outdoor endeavors. They offer a variety of outdoor clothing and equipment and a full range of information and entertainment for those with an interest in outdoor activities. Interview This interview with David P. Geller, Altrec s CTO, was conducted by TEC s Penny Catz. Mr.
12/1/1999

Peregrine Flies In The Face Of Conventional Wisdom
The point of running a B2B service is to grab those transaction fees, right? Peregrine says maybe not.

YOSSI GELLER: Peregrine Flies In The Face Of Conventional Wisdom Peregrine Flies In The Face Of Conventional Wisdom D. Geller - December 1, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - December 1, 2000 Event Summary Peregrine Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRGN) announced a new pricing model for its Get2Connect.net SM e-commerce products. Get2Connect is the company s e-commerce enabling engine (see Peregrine Polishes the Old In-Out-and-In-between , which it recently integrated with its e-Procurement product Get.Resources (see Infrastructure
12/1/2000

Getting Strangers to Take Your Candy
Angara uses millions of anonymous user profiles to help websites convert first time visitors to first-time customers.

YOSSI GELLER: Getting Strangers to Take Your Candy Getting Strangers to Take Your Candy D. Geller - May 4, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - May 5, 2000 Event Summary Angara is a two-year-old company that began life with a fast memory resident database product, and has applied it to develop an application for e-commerce marketers. Where other CRM vendors are putting their efforts on collecting information about how customers behave on a site, Angara is focused on helping B2C sites make targeted presentations to first-time
5/4/2000

New Partnerships Add to Remedy’s E-Procurement Strengths
Remedy addresses both catalog competence and channel capabilities with a pair of procurement partnerships.

YOSSI GELLER: New Partnerships Add to Remedy’s E-Procurement Strengths New Partnerships Add to Remedy’s E-Procurement Strengths D. Geller - May 23, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - May 23, 2000 Event Summary Remedy Corporation (NASDAQ: RMDY), a supplier of a range of service management and infrastructure applications, announced two partnerships that are intended to enhance its e-procurement offering. Remedy will embed technology from Requisite Technology, Inc. into Remedy s e-procurement product Purchasing@Work.
5/23/2000

IBM’s Marketplace Solutions: Is Ariba Not Enough?
IBM trains its sights on helping businesses create online marketplaces. But, we ask our staff prognosticator, isn’t that what partner Ariba does?

YOSSI GELLER: IBM’s Marketplace Solutions: Is Ariba Not Enough? IBM’s Marketplace Solutions: Is Ariba Not Enough? D. Geller - June 8, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - June 8, 2000 Event Summary IBM announced the WebSphere Commerce Suite, Marketplace Edition to help businesses build scalable marketplaces. Among the functions of the software are a variety of dynamic trading models, aggregated catalogs, secure membership registration, and business intelligence and reporting functions. A particular and notable feature of
6/8/2000

Lotus Positions to Save Big Business
Lotus announced plans to produce knowledge management software that will help larger businesses become more competitive with smaller ones in the E-commerce marketplace.

YOSSI GELLER: Lotus Positions to Save Big Business Lotus Positions to Save Big Business D. Geller - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Lotus Development Corporation, a division of IBM (NYSE: IBM), has announced a forthcoming product that will serve as a knowledge manager for a company s Intranet, or for the Internet. Nicknamed Raven the product will provide a portal from which users can find information and applications on a given subject, locate experts on a particular subject, and organize tasks and
10/26/1999

Clarus –Sprinting or Going the Distance?
Clarus Corporation has announced new capabilities and a whole handful of product adoptions. Is the news uniformly good? We think cautious optimism is best.

YOSSI GELLER: Clarus –Sprinting or Going the Distance? Clarus –Sprinting or Going the Distance? D. Geller - October 20, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - October 20, 2000 Event Summary Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) announced the addition of strategic sourcing capabilities to its ClarusAuctions product. ClarusAuctions is a hosted (i.e., ASP) B2B trading service that supports twelve different kinds of auction. The enhanced capabilities in version 2.1 include: Support for wireless access via phone and PDA The
10/20/2000

Simplexis Says Watch Our (Chalk) Dust
Forget those PTA bake sales. Education is a big business and, with specialized needs and restrictions, may require a specially targeted vertical eMarketplace to take advantage of online savings. Simplexis wants to be that marketplace – and more – and has facilitated $19 million in purchases in its first semester.

YOSSI GELLER: Simplexis Says Watch Our (Chalk) Dust Simplexis Says Watch Our (Chalk) Dust D. Geller - September 1, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - September 1, 2000 Event Summary The Department of Education estimates that a single requisition costs a school district between $100 and $175 to process. With 16,000 school districts (serving 100,000 schools) writing a total 0f 25 million requisitions each year, there s a lot of money to be saved by converting to electronic purchasing. Simplexis believes that it can cut
9/1/2000

Ariba to Leave Integration to Specialists
E-purchasing vendor Ariba chooses Tibco Software to integrate back-end programs.

YOSSI GELLER: Ariba to Leave Integration to Specialists Ariba to Leave Integration to Specialists D. Geller - December 15, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Business-to-business E-purchasing company Ariba Inc. (Nasdaq: ARBA) has selected software tool maker Tibco Software Inc. (Nasdaq TIBX) to help Ariba s customers connect their backend enterprise systems to the Ariba Network. Ariba supplies its own software to connect its customers to systems by vendors such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle and Baan, but according to Ariba
12/15/1999

Legal Considerations in E-commerce
Doing business on the Internet can involve some tricky legal issues. This article will help you understand the kinds of information you need to provide to your attorney to get the best possible advice on setting up your new Internet business.

YOSSI GELLER: Legal Considerations in E-commerce Legal Considerations in E-commerce D. Geller - November 1, 1999 Read Comments Legal Considerations in E-Commerce Anthony E. Perkins, Esq. and Dennis P. Geller, Ph.D. December 9th, 1999 Guest Analyst: Anthony E. Perkins is an Attorney and a Principal with TechVentures Group, LLC., a business advisory group focused on technology-oriented businesses and ventures seeking expert assistance and information on starting, growing, selling, merging or financing their companies.
11/1/1999

Connect to Sport Calico Label
Calico Commerce purchased E-commerce old-timer ConnectInc.Com to offer complete business-to-business capabilities.

YOSSI GELLER: Connect to Sport Calico Label Connect to Sport Calico Label D. Geller - November 23, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary ConnectInc.com (Nasdaq: CNKT), a visionary but unsuccessful vendor of E-commerce software, was purchased by Calico Commerce Inc. (Nasdaq: CLIC) in a stock swap valued at about $90 million. ConnectInc.com began life as a vendor of expensive E-commerce servers targeted to hosting companies and large enterprises. With few customers and a faltering stock price, the company fell back and
11/23/1999


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