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Enterprises are embracing new technologies like grid, virtualization, and multi-core processors that allow them to do more with fewer licenses. Vendors have responded with new licensing schemes—but while the calculations may be complex, the ramification is simple: enterprises must find new ways to meter software usage efficiently and effectively. Find out about four key tenets of a winning license optimization strategy.
: License Optimization License Optimization Source: Tideway Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprises are embracing new technologies like grid, virtualization, and multi-core processors that allow them to do more with fewer licenses. Vendors have responded with new licensing schemes—but while the calculations may be complex, the ramification is simple: enterprises must find new ways to meter software usage efficiently and effectively. Find out about four key tenets of a winning license
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License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics
Manugistics’ recent rise in license revenues can be attributed to the company’s aggressive sales and marketing initiatives implemented by CEO Greg Owens and his new management team.
: License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics License Revenue Up At The New Manugistics Steve McVey - July 19, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - July 19, 2000 Event Summary Supply Chain Management (SCM) software vendor, Manugistics Group, Inc., recently reported unaudited results for the first quarter of fiscal 2001, which ended May 31, 2000. Total revenue for the quarter was $50.5 million, an increase of 16% from revenue of $43.7 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000 and an increase of 29% from revenue
Case Study: Agitar Technologies
Choose one that fits your individual need in relation to License Management.Everything you always wanted to know. Agitar provides Java testing solutions to its customers around in the world in various industries. Agitar has been using a network licensing platform since 2004, and now offers floating licenses from a re-distributed server, with stand-alone license server or embedded options. Unlike other license servers that can’t be embedded, there’s no separate licensing process. Learn how this benefits Agitar—and its customers.
: re-distributed server, with stand-alone license server or embedded options. Unlike other license servers that can’t be embedded, there’s no separate licensing process. Learn how this benefits Agitar—and its customers. Case Study: Agitar Technologies style= border-width:0px; /> comments powered by Disqus Related Topics: IT Asset Management (ITAM), License Management, Licensing Management Source: Agilis Software Learn more about Agilis Software Readers who downloaded this case study
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Manugistics Posts Third Quarter Loss But Sees License Growth
Manugistics Group recently reported a 35% increase in third quarter license revenues to $14.6 million, a result of signing a number of new clients. The company reported a net loss for the quarter of $4.8 million, or $0.17 per share.
: Quarter Loss But Sees License Growth Manugistics Posts Third Quarter Loss But Sees License Growth Steve McVey - January 5, 2000 Read Comments Manugistics Posts Third Quarter Loss But Sees License Growth S. McVey - January 5th, 2000 Event Summary Manugistics Group recently reported revenues and earnings for its third fiscal quarter ended November 30, 1999. License revenue increased for the first time in five quarters, rising 35% over last quarter to $14.6 million. Manugistics attributes the increase to
Be Announces Software Licensing Agreement With Compaq
Compaq will pre-install BeOS on its Internet appliance equipment currently under development.
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What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000, the next major release of SQL Server 7, is Microsoft’s SQL 7 release of its database both re-architected and re-written. Microsoft has high hopes for the latest version in a market that was worth $8 Billion in 1999, an 18% increase over 1998. What remains to be seen is whether it will attract customers not already using SQL Server.
: development and test end-user license precluding production deployment; and a Windows CE Edition, which will not be available until the second half of 2000. The product has historically been used at the departmental data mart level. Microsoft is now trying to penetrate the Enterprise Data Warehouse market. Their largest competitors are IBM s DB2 Universal Database and Oracle s 8i. The database market is growing at approximately 20% per year, and since Microsoft will continue to thrive with mid to low-end
: Quadstone provides customer analytics software. Founded in 1995 by the core team of Edinburgh University's High Performance Computing group, Quadstone has grown through a mix of software license and service revenues, venture capital funding, and is still privately held.
Has Intentia Turned The Corner? Almost.
There is, at long last, an upbeat announcement from Intentia. It has all but turned the corner, with both a new product portfolio and a rapid increase in license revenue. The company finally seems to be achieving expansion concurrently with achieving profitability.
: 2000 by 11%, while license revenue for the year increased by impressive 53% (See Figure 1). Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden and the United States were Intentia s biggest license markets in 2000. However, consulting revenue in 2000 decreased by 1%. The company believes that the decline in license revenue during 1999 had a major impact on consulting revenue in 2000. Therefore, growing license sales were not reflected in improved consulting revenue until the latter part of the year. As a
SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-DrivePart 1
Although SAP’s recently announced tamed results for Q1 2002, which fit within the current market milieu, may add to some challenges moving forward, particularly seen from sharply reduced license revenue, and while some may question SAP’s justification of assimilating its two former subsidiaries, SAP has meanwhile become much more alert and diverse to spar with difficulties.
: million in Q1 2001, license revenues notably dropped 12% to EUR 402 million from EUR 458 million a year ago. More notably, net income for Q1 2002, adjusted for the TopTier acquisition costs and the Commerce One impact, was EUR 65 million, a 40% drop compared to EUR 109 million in Q1 2001. In the quarter, revenues in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region increased 11% to EUR 886 million and in the Asia-Pacific region (APA) revenues were up 4% to EUR 185 million. Figure 1. Even revenues in the
Soft Economy Dents SAP’s Armored Shield As Well
Since the license revenue plunge in the US, a likely cascading economic slowdown worldwide, and SAP’s high stakes in struggling Commerce One happened much before the fatal September 11, one is only to wonder why SAP’s management woke up to reality and revised its projections so belatedly.
: million a year ago, license revenues were down 7% to EUR 447 million from EUR 480 million. Consulting and training revenues saved the day by rising 30% to EUR 524 million and 19% to EUR 113 million, respectively. Figure 1. In the quarter, revenues in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region increased 32% to EUR 841 million and in the Asia-Pacific region (APA) revenues were down 6% to EUR 195 million. Revenues in the Americas region rose 7% to EUR 613 million. However, at constant currency rates,
PeopleSoft: Giving Fervent Hope To The Market And Jitters To The Competition. Part 2: The Implications
PeopleSoft has joined the elite group of vendors that can deliver a majority of the components of a complete e-business framework. If one considers all aspects of a CRM or SCM evaluation, PeopleSoft has earned the license to be evaluated along with market leaders.
: PeopleSoft has earned the license to be evaluated along with market leaders. Possibly more encouraging is PeopleSoft s upbeat prediction for the rest of the year, optimism only a few of its competitors can currently exhibit. While Wall Street praises the vendor s new product initiatives and its strong first quarter results and optimism for the future, its direct competitors are far from feeling easy. About this Article : This is a two part note, Part One covered the news from PeopleSoft about new
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