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JD Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but…
J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000.

license agreements  Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but… JD Edwards Reports Strong License Revenue Growth in Q1 2000, but P.J. Jakovljevic - March 28th, 2000 Event Summary J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended January 31, 2000. Revenue for the first quarter of fiscal 2000 was $231.7 million, compared to revenue of $222.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 (See Figure 1). Net income for the quarter, excluding amortization of acquired Read More
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Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements

license agreements  customers that are purchasing license agreements to purchase software support as well. But, for any customer that is implementing a new software system, software support is similar to an insurance policy. Software support ensures that customers will have access to technical support, regular updates, and new releases of the vendor's purchased applications. In the past, software buyers have been mostly focused on bargaining over the up front, one-time-only license fees, and have not been paying enough Read More
SCT Comes Back With a Vengeance
SCT Corporation, an IT solutions provider for a number of disparate industries, announced that the quarter which ended June 30, 2000, was a record quarter for

license agreements  Some of the new license fees contributing to the record quarter include agreements with Valvoline (a division of Ashland), Miller Brewing, Foodbrands (a division of IBP), FIS North America (a subsidiary of Nestle), Wayne Farms (a division of Continental Grain), and Coca-Cola North America Fountain. In addition, SCT signed distribution agreements with TRW Integrated Supply Chain Solutions in Spain, Portugal, and Italy, and DSQ Information Technology Limited in India and Sri Lanka to resell iProcess.sct. Read More
Case Study: Fair Isaac Corporation
Fair Isaac Corporation’s FICO scores@the global industry standard for objective, profitable risk assessment@are the most widely used consumer credit scores in

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Oracle to Enlist BPA Systems in its Mid-Market Quest
AUSTIN, Texas -- BPA SYSTEMS (www.bpasystems.com), a leading developer of business process automation solutions for dynamic manufacturing and distribution

license agreements  a 33% drop in license revenues in recent years when sales from its exclusive agreement with Oracle began to sag. User Recommendations A close look at Oracle's FastForward success stories will reveal that, by and large, the implementors have chosen to use the solution out-of-the-box with little or no modifications. Clearly, only those companies that have textbook business processes will profit from this type of approach. Turn-key solutions rarely include customizations in the license fee and often Read More
Intentia’s Intents To Be More Fashionable
Intentia remains solid, with both a new product portfolio and an increase in license revenue. The company, which is unimpeded by the current economic slump

license agreements  continue to generate higher license revenue within the constraints of its current product development and sales organization, has apparently resulted in improved earnings and cash flow. Cash flow from in Q2 2001 operating activities improved by SEK 222 million ($21.1 million) and was SEK 65 million ($6.2 million). License revenue for the quarter grew up 26% to SEK 274 million (~26.1 million), while consulting revenue rose 36% to SEK 689 million (~$65.6 million). Total revenue of SEK 978 (~$93 million) Read More
Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article

license agreements  to pay for a license every time it needs an instance of the software installed. Open source products can sometimes be purchased in a similar way but open source licensing does not necessarily treat the software like a unit of a good that must be attained over and over. Rather, open source licenses recognize the infinite reproducibility of software and do not prevent a company from making and distributing its own copies of the software. Thus on a large scale rollout, a company could realize major cost Read More
Ambitious Plans and Promises: An Enterprise Software Provider Keeps Its Word
With its numerous new software license sales, new product deliveries, and its dedication to complicated technological rejuvenation (namely, an ambitious open

license agreements  cylinders, with new software license sales, new product deliveries, and technological rejuvenation. In fact, in its five years of existence as a private company, Infor has become a $2.3 billion (USD) business, with over 9,200 employees in nearly 120 offices worldwide, and with 1,100 channel partners. Given these numbers, the vendor has become a major competitor to SAP and Oracle in many enterprise-level software deals (see The Enterprise Applications Arms Race to Be Number Three ). With more than Read More
Intentia Attempts to Become ‘Lean and Mean’
In February, an enterprise application provider Intentia International announced the merger of Intentia's regional organizations in Europe, the Americas and

license agreements  the expected increase of license sales in the latter half of 1999. However, license sales were considerably weaker than expected. As a consequence of the lower demand for consultants during 2000, work-force reductions have been undertaken in order to better adapt to the situation, thereby creating a basis for a positive earnings development in the U.S. during the year. The staff reduction totaled approximately 60 people, leaving a staff of more than 350 professionals in the direct and indirect U.S. Read More
Analyzing MAPICS' Further Steps After Frontstep Part Four: Market Impact Continued
While competitive costs (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and

license agreements  (low and flexible software license pricing and implementation costs) and outstanding global service (proven fast implementations and customer loyalty) will remain important requirements for success, particularly in the lower end of the market, vertical focus will be the key factor for survival. Thus, MAPICS is retaining its vertical industry marketing emphasis for MAPICS ERP for iSeries and SyteLine , with an unfazed focus on aerospace and defense, automotive, control instruments, electronics, furniture, Read More
Frontstep (Nee Symix Systems) A Step Closer To A Turnaround
While Frontstep reported its fourth consecutive loss in Q2 2001, which was also the first quarter the company operated under the new name, the latest license

license agreements  2000. Revenue from new license fees was $17.2 million, up 11% from the same quarter last year. Total revenue was $34.1 million, up 22% from the Q1 2001. However, compared to the same quarter last year, total revenue was essentially flat on lower service revenue. As expected, the company reported a loss for the quarter. The net loss was $957,000, compared to net income of $288,000, for the same quarter last year (See Figure 1). Figure 1. New license revenue is one of the best indicators of the strength Read More
Workstream Announces Plans to Acquire Leading Human Capital Provider
It seems that there are more and more acquisitions in the area of human capital management (HCM) these days. At the end of 2010, we saw enterprise resource

license agreements  Announces Plans to Acquire Leading Human Capital Provider It seems that there are more and more acquisitions in the area of human capital management (HCM) these days. At the end of 2010, we saw enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors Epicor acquire Spectrum HR and Lawson Software acquire Enwisen . Now it’s Workstream’s turn. On January 3, 2011, performance and talent management software provider Workstream Inc. announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire a Read More
SAP AG - ERP Leader with a
Today, SAP is in the process of completing one of its most aggressive new product launches in its history by introducing its

license agreements  (often 7-10 times software license costs), as well as a complex, rigid product that often imposes radical change on customers' business practices. This could be a possible impediments for SAP's ability to penetrate the much coveted Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) market. Increasingly competitive market; SAP revenue is recently driven by service and maintenance, with steep deceleration in license revenue (only 13% total revenue growth in the last 2 quarters with only 1% growth in license revenue and 7% Read More
Hewlett Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware
In recent days, Hewlett Packard has announced agreements for strategic alliances, technology licensing, and/or joint product development of middleware products

license agreements  Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware Hewlett Packard Makes Multiple Moves in Middleware M. Reed - May 16, 2001 Event Summary On April 30, Hewlett - Packard Company (NYSE:HWP) and TIBCO Software Inc . (NASDAQ:TIBX) announced an agreement to jointly develop products, solutions and marketing strategies for the service provider and telecommunications markets. Through a three-year collaboration agreement, the companies plan to support high-volume online transactions and to enhance the performance, Read More
Fourth Shift Tightens Belt To Weather The Drought
Fourth Shift has been marking time. While Q3 2000 was almost breakeven due to a rigid cost curbing exercise, the unnerving fact is the 24% license revenue

license agreements  a year ago. The license revenue declined a hefty 24%, while the service and support revenue dropped 5% (See Figure 1). However, while it is unnerving that the revenue pipeline seems to be drying up, the company has been managing to curb cash burning much better than most of its peers. Furthermore, it continues to deliver attractive, innovative products for its target market. Figure 1. We previously expressed our views regarding Fourth Shift's new product strategy called Complete Care and its new website Read More

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