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Catalyst Emerges Strong in 2000
Though Catalyst should be encouraged by its first quarter report card, the results do not yet indicate substantial growth in its business, an effect Catalyst hopes to achieve largely through its partnership with SAP.
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Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug
: Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug Steve McVey - October 4, 1999 Read Comments Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug S. McVey - October 4th, 1999 Event Summary Warehouse Management System (WMS) vendor Catalyst International, Inc. announced that it expects to incur a third quarter loss of approximately $5.7 to $6.5 million, which includes a non-recurring charge of between $4.0 million and $4.5 million relating to the discontinuance of Catalyst s Windows NT product
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While Catalyst should be congratulated for improving profitability, the Wall Street and user communities were clearly expecting to see more revenue from its pact with ERP giant SAP.
: Catalyst International to Tread Water With SAP Through 2000 Catalyst International to Tread Water With SAP Through 2000 Steve McVey - August 30, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - August 30, 2000 Event Summary Warehouse management system (WMS) vendor, Catalyst International, recently reported fiscal results for the second quarter 2000. Total revenue was $11.1 million, an increase of 7.2% over the first quarter, but slightly less than revenue of $11.5 million for the second quarter of 1999. License revenue
SAPped Catalyst Warns in Wake of CEO Departure
McGowan’s departure is the latest in a series of reorganizations and management changes that has left the future of the $35 million vendor in doubt.
: SAPped Catalyst Warns in Wake of CEO Departure SAPped Catalyst Warns in Wake of CEO Departure Steve McVey - May 3, 2001 Read Comments S. McVey - May 3, 2001 Event Summary Catalyst International , a fixture in the warehouse management system software industry, warned investors that it would report a first quarter loss of $0.53-0.60 per share. The company cited four factors behind the results: a weaker global economy, longer sales cycles across targeted vertical markets, lower margins resulting from
Cisco Steps into E-Mail Management
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Social PLM and CRM – Dassault Systèmes and Netvibes (Under the Exalead Brand) » The TEC Blog
reality) should be a catalyst for innovation, enabling any enterprise stakeholder to participate in the innovation process and contribute to drive value for the end consumer. Monica Menghini, recently appointed Executive Vice President (EVP), Industry, Marketing and Corporate Communications at Dassault Systèmes, said the following: “The way enterprises work internally and externally will change significantly in the next coming decades. Therefore, our objective is to provide our clients with a
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A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players – Part 1 » The TEC Blog
Technologies in 2003 and Catalyst International in 2004 , Manhattan Associates has since been the SCM company to beat. Trying to beat Manhattan has been the privately-held competitor RedPrairie Corporation. The company has always been a respected SCE player with equivalent products, but many times smaller (and thus less visible) than publicly held Manhattan Associates. For its part, JDA Software , prior to its blockbuster acquisition of Manugistics in 2006 , was a juggernaut in the retail SCM
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: Inc. Saks Inc. Source: Catalyst International Document Type: Case Study Description: Learn how Saks Inc. leveraged flow-through operations in its distribution center to move 90 percent of its goods automatically, without human intervention to get merchandise to its stores faster, while taking inventory out of the system. Saks Inc. style= border-width:0px; /> comments powered by Disqus Related Topics: Supply Chain Management (SCM), Warehouse Management System (WMS) Related Industries:
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As a result of its commitment and investment in Glovia as a strategic catalyst for Fujitsu's global growth and a vanguard to globalize Fujitsu's software and service business division, Fujitsu elevated Glovia to a business unit from a mere business group level in 2003.
: Glovia as a strategic catalyst for Fujitsu s global growth and a vanguard in Fujitsu s effort to globalize its software and service business division, in 2003, Fujitsu elevated Glovia to a business unit from a mere business group level. To put things into perspective, the Fujitsu behemoth, with close to $40 billion (USD) in revenues, approximately 160,000 employees worldwide, and $2.4 billion (USD) earmarked for research and development expenditures last year, consists of the following four principal
Provia Proves Its Way To SuccessPart Three: Competitive Strategy, Challenges, & User Recommendations
Provia's international reach, attractive products and services, and highly referenceable customer base often positions it well in the highly competitive SCE market. Provia might stand apart from its peers in the enterprise applications industry by claiming that behind every one of its installations is a satisfied client.
: HK Systems , and Catalyst , to name some. Companies such as EXE Technologies , Manhattan Associates and HK Systems are following similar strategies and benefit from higher market profiles. The lack of support for iSeries (i.e., AS/400 ) might impede Provia s tack on retailers, which segment supposedly happen to have embraced the platform, and where some vendors are happy to oblige, particularly the SCE leader Manhattan Associates. In addition, Provia does not have a substantial number of alliances with
How Many Napkins Have to Die Needlessly? A Case for Business Architecture
Architecture is a description of how things go together. Once we know what our Business Architecture is, we can design an Information Technology Architecture to compliment it. Without a clearly stated architecture, there is a good chance that things will be put together wrong.
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