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Saga Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools
Saga Software announces availability of its Sagavista 1.1 Enterprise Application Integration software which is supposed to provide a faster messaging layer for

saga accounting.ca  flagship product suite Sagavista, SAGA SOFTWARE, Inc. (SAGA) (NYSE:AGS) announced the availability of Sagavista 1.1, which provides a faster Messaging layer for improved performance, an enhanced Application Developer Kit (ADK), Unix support, agent adapters for Adabas(R) and 3270/5250 emulation which provides enterprise level mission critical mainframe access to legacy applications and databases for web integration. Sagavista 1.1''s enhanced ADK now includes additional tools and richer documentation that Read More...
CDC Software + Consona = Aptean (Or: New Bottles for Old Wines)
August 2012 started with the announcement of the merger of Consona Corporation and CDC Software under the name Aptean. The new brand, announced on August 7

saga accounting.ca  hostile Onyx Corporation takeover saga by CDC Corporation several years ago). Merger of Two Equals? Although most of the Aptean management team seem to have connections to CDC, the company spokesperson maintains that this is a merger of two equals under a single ownership ( Vista Equity Partners ). While the overarching company name has changed, the plan is to maintain the brand names of all of the product lines, and to continue investing in and supporting all of the CDC and Consona solutions. The Read More...
IONA Purchases Netfish Technologies (And Much, Much More)
As the last step in a long list of acquisitions, IONA Technologies has purchased Netfish Technologies, a provider of integrated XML-based B2B process

saga accounting.ca  (which had recently purchased Saga Systems ), completes IONA''s strategy to create a Total Business Integration solution , a standards-based, end-to-end, e-business platform known as the IONA Suite . IONA is a pioneer in the ORB and CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) market with its flagship Orbix product. Orbix also includes IONA''s Adaptive Runtime Technology (ART), one of the foundations of the IONA Suite. Netfish''s flagship product offering is the Netfish XDI Product Suite , a B2B Read More...
Extricity Makes a Move into IBM’s Sphere of B2B Influence
B2B/EAI software vendor Extricity announced that International Business Machines is shipping the Extricity B2B platform as part of IBM’s WebSphere BtoBi Partner

saga accounting.ca  Tibco , Mercator , Saga , and IBM. Read More...
QAD Continues to Wade Through Red Ink
QAD, one of the leading ERP vendors, announced a number of product and alliance initiatives during its annual user conference in May. However, yet another saga

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A New Era Dawns for Sybase
Sybase, Inc. has announced an agreement to acquire New Era of Networks (also known as NEON). After completion, Sybase will create a new e-Business division

saga accounting.ca  chapter in the continuing saga of Sybase''s recovery from near disaster. Not too many years ago, Sybase was considered a has-been in the vendor community, with declining revenues, a defecting customer base, and the fourth or fifth (out of 5, dueling with Informix for the bottom rung) ranking relational database management system. Since that time, Sybase has refocused on vertical markets, released new versions of its software (including Sybase Adaptive Server IQ Multiplex for Windows NT which was proven to Read More...
Frantic Merger-Mania Spiced Up With Vendettas Leaves Customers Anxious Part Two: Analysis Continued
To continue to be healthy, an enterprise software vendor either needs a defendable niche or a large market share. For the latter, acquisitions are often

saga accounting.ca  the most by the saga described in Part One , although it has neither seen nor heard the devil its shares have soared significantly since Oracle ''s move. Well, it has recently announced its intentions to target PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards '' users with marketing campaigns that should likely feature sweetened'' migration deals to its fairly unified and tightly integrated suite running on possibly the widest choice of platforms and technologies. SAP remains the undisputed leader (see Figures 7 & 8) regardless Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Six: Weaknesses and User Recommendations
Time will tell whether Oracle''s vocal endorsement of open technologies such as J2EE and BPEL will allow customers to readily adopt solutions that fit their

saga accounting.ca  distraction with the merger saga. Interestingly, while PeopleSoft''s business (new sales) has been tainted by uncertainty, Oracle has suffered damage on the public opinion front. However, now that the former fierce competitors have merged, they can finally concentrate on integrating products and building a new generation of software. For some, it may have been amazing to see PeopleSoft''s protracted resilience to Oracle, which was largely based on the populist message of customer care (despite hefty Read More...
Best Software Delivers More Insights To Its Partners (As Well As To The Market) Part Five: Challenges and User Recommendations
Best Software/Sage is a company that delivers products based on savvy understanding of its customers'' needs, of the competitive forces in the market, and on

saga accounting.ca  to the Oracle/PeopleSoft/J.D. Edwards saga. This, in turn, could make Sage feel compelled to hit the acquisition trail itself again, given it is already involved in a three-way bid for embattled Softline that has recently been de-listed from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Scala Business Solutions, Exact Software and Unit 4 Agresso could be other potential targets. Yet, while these acquisitions could postpone the face-off with Microsoft for some time, they would certainly add fuel to the fire of Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the genesis of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

saga accounting.ca  particular considering that the saga kept i2 in limbo for several months and that the company has not truly recovered yet. While I am not fond of making merger speculations, I wouldn’t be terribly surprised if JDA was in discussions to buy Manhattan (or RedPrairie as a less clean fit). Manhattan’s business and success is still heavily loaded with WMS. The company has gotten some visibility from the planning and execution integration message, but that has not really flown in the longer term because, Read More...
Baan Resurrects Multi-Dimensionally Part 3: Market Impact
Baan remains one of only a handful of vendors that are capable of providing full application suites on scaleable platforms that can be globally deployed by

saga accounting.ca  that the CRM products saga has all but ended. Baan has chosen to differentiate itself by concentrating on industry pertinent content through, e.g., enterprise-wide CRM analytics and reporting instead of traditional CRM functionality, that many vendors can tout as well. To that end, the company has developed thousands of key performance indicators (KPIs) and linked them to business processes/workflows and best practice templates relevant to its above target industries. Another Baan initiative likely to att Read More...
Finding the Key to Small Manufacturer''s Profits - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series discussed the genesis of ProfitKey International, one of the longest-standing enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers for small

saga accounting.ca  After the protracted bankruptcy saga of its former parent company, HALO Technology Holdings , ProfitKey was recently bought out by Phoenix Asset Management , and is now keen on starting a new chapter. What Is ProfitKey Exceptionally Good At? As described in Part 1 , ProfitKey''s flagship Rapid Response Management (RRM) product is more than 90 percent home grown and mostly offers out of the box functionality, which is critical to attaining new customers in the company''s sweet spot market segment – Read More...

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