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Business Intelligence and Identity Recognition-IBM's Entity Analytics
IBM's Entity Analytics Solution (EAS) enables organizations to identify and connect individuals based on collected data and their associated data patterns. EAS

revenue recognition  marketing campaigns and missed revenue opportunities. Although this last example may seem farfetched, the reality is that poor management of data within an organization affects the bottom line. CDI, when implemented properly, can not only reduce costs, but also increase sales, customer service ratings, and customer loyalty. Data Complexity As data becomes more complex, management strategies have been applied differently and used more widely to address not only organizational needs, but those concerning Read More...
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i2 Technologies Lives Life In The Fast Lane
i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $751 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 105

revenue recognition  acquisition helped revive i2's revenue picture, at least artificially (see Figure 4). With Aspect's revenues added in from the last three weeks of June, i2's total revenues jumped 84 percent to $242.6 million from $131.9 million in the second quarter last year. With twelve-month revenues topping $750 million, i2 was then on track for breaking the $1 billion barrier at the end of fiscal year 2000. Because i2 treated the acquisition as a purchase, it posted large non-cash charges this quarter of $208.9 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

revenue recognition  steady increase in license revenue in a sluggish market where the competition is fierce, and with a scant contribution from the important US market, likely indicates the depth and breadth of the product that sells despite much marketing glitz. Intentia has indeed rounded out its platform-independent product portfolio, which also features strong industry-specific functionality and expertise (see User Recommendations). Movex NextGen release, the flagship ERP system launched in 1999, is now a Java-based Read More...
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Four: Market Impact
Given Sage's revenue level is quite higher than those of Geac, MBS, SSA Global, and Lawson Software, making it an ultimate juggernaut within the SME market per

revenue recognition  providing a stable recurring revenue stream to the vendor in these days of reduced activity in the market. To bolster this, Best Software's migration center opened in Atlanta in early 2003, and is comprised of employees focused only on helping customers migrate from one Best platform to another. Formerly handled out of multiple different organizations within Best Software (e.g., the Small Business Division then featuring the Peachtree, DacEasy , and Timeslips products , and the Specialty Products Read More...
Classic Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Shifts Over
About two-thirds of SoftBrands' revenue comes from its manufacturing division, which includes the Classic Fourth Shift solution and Fourth Shift Edition for SAP

revenue recognition  industries worldwide. The company's revenue nowadays comes mostly (about two thirds or more) from the SoftBrands Manufacturing division. For details on SoftBrands' recent history, see SoftBrands' Recovery Softens the AremisSoft Bankruptcy Blow . This is Part Two of the five-part SoftBrands' Recovery Softens the AremisSoft Bankruptcy Blow series. Classic Fourth Shift Classic Fourth Shift is SoftBrand's core manufacturing product aimed at manufacturing SMBs. Fourth Shift software, which is built on a Read More...
The Wild, Wild Web—Conquering New Sales Tax Frontiers in the Cloud
When it comes to sales tax revenue, states are striking out to conquer new frontiers. Tech firms are breaking new ground with online software and services, yet

revenue recognition  comes to sales tax revenue, states are striking out to conquer new frontiers. Tech firms are breaking new ground with online software and services, yet states are moving about as fast as wagon trains to keep pace with relevant and timely tax laws. The result is a virtual wasteland of ambiguity. This begs the question, as a technology vendor, where do you draw the line on sales tax? Read More...
J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings
On August 23, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. Despite notable license fee revenue growth of 56% over the same

revenue recognition  31, 2000. License fee revenue grew 56% over the same period last year, to $116.7 million (See Figure 1). Transactions over $1 million represented half of the license fee revenue in the third quarter of fiscal 2000 and led to a substantial increase in the average sales price of license transactions. Services revenue was $144.4 million, compared to $157.1 million in the third quarter of fiscal 1999. Total revenue for the third quarter of fiscal 2000 was $261.1 million, compared to revenue of $232.1 million Read More...
Terra Technology
Based in Norwalk, Connecticut (US), Terra Technology provides real-time forecasting solutions for consumer goods companies. Terra@s pattern recognition

revenue recognition  Technology Based in Norwalk, Connecticut (US), Terra Technology provides real-time forecasting solutions for consumer goods companies. Terra’s pattern recognition technology works in conjunction with traditional demand planning systems to monitor daily demand signals. Terra’s customers include Campbell Soup, Georgia-Pacific, McCain Foods, and Ventura Foods. Read More...
IFS Continues to Blossom
On February 14, Industrial & Financial Systems (IFS AB) announced an increase in net revenue for 1999 to Swedish Kroner (SEK) 1,948 M compared to SEK 1,238 M in

revenue recognition  an increase in net revenue for 1999 to Swedish Kroner (SEK) 1,948 M compared to SEK 1,238 M in 1998, an increase of 57% compared with the previous year. License revenue rose by 49% to SEK 552 M as compared to SEK 371 M in 1998. IFS reported a loss after net financial items of SEK 147 M as compared to SEK 10 M in 1998. IFS has been the fastest-growing vendor among the world's largest suppliers of enterprise applications over the past two years. Bengt Nilsson, president of IFS, commented: IFS reports Read More...
Getting Results with Quote-to-Order Strategies
Core business processes must be at the center of go-to-market strategies if a company is to attain its revenue objectives. Sales configuration and pricing are a

revenue recognition  is to attain its revenue objectives. Sales configuration and pricing are a lethal combination—and an overlooked process. Learn how leading companies are using technology to successfully leverage this combination. Read More...
Using IWR to Cut Labor Costs without Outsourcing
Intelligent word recognition (IWR) provides a competitive advantage for operations that rely on the conversion of paperwork into computer-usable form, such as

revenue recognition  IWR to Cut Labor Costs without Outsourcing Intelligent word recognition (IWR) provides a competitive advantage for operations that rely on the conversion of paperwork into computer-usable form, such as data entry departments of big government agencies and large financial institutions. In fact, IWR can automate data entry at a cost so low that it enables users of the technology to successfully compete against offshore service bureaus. Read More...
Biopharma Contracts and Chargeback Systems: A Peek into the Market
Managing revenues, risk, and compliance is critical to the survival of biotech and pharmaceutical companies (biopharma). But the complexity of revenue

revenue recognition  But the complexity of revenue management in biopharma, such as contract and chargebacks, is not handled by ERP solutions. This article looks at contracts and chargeback systems functionality for biopharma and how that could help companies in other industries effectively manage their revenue streams. Read More...
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.

revenue recognition  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...
IFS Far Cry From Running Out of Breath
In May, IFS reported results for Q1 2000. It generated revenue of $57.0 million, a 21% increase compared to a year ago. License revenue grew 73% quarter over

revenue recognition  Q1 2000. It generated revenue of $57.0 million, a 21% increase compared to a year ago. License revenue grew 73% quarter over quarter to $18.6 million, while net income was $6.0 million (See Figure 1). IFS has continued its investments in the US market. Net sales in North America rose by 248% to $13.2 million, and the US market accounted for 23% of sales during 1Q00. Earnings during the period were affected by the fact that IFS' shareholding in Exactium was divested to US-based Pivotal Inc, which became a Read More...
J.D. Edwards Incurs Further Losses In Third Quarter
J.D. Edwards reported revenue of $232 million, $8 million down from last year's third-quarter revenue of $240 million. While licensing revenue fell quarter over

revenue recognition  week, as falling licensing revenue led to a drop in overall revenue and net losses in the company's third quarter, ended July 31. For the period, J.D. Edwards reported revenue of $232 million, $8 million down from last year's third-quarter revenue of $240 million. While licensing revenue fell quarter over quarter from $98 million last year to $75 million this year, the company was saved from total disaster by an 11% increase in services revenue to $157 million, compared with $141 million in third-quarter Read More...

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