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Clarus -Sprinting or Going the Distance?
Clarus Corporation has announced new capabilities and a whole handful of product adoptions. Is the news uniformly good? We think cautious optimism is best.
20, 2000 Event Summary Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) announced the addition of strategic sourcing capabilities to its ClarusAuctions product. ClarusAuctions is a hosted (i.e., ASP) B2B trading service that supports twelve different kinds of auction. The enhanced capabilities in version 2.1 include: Support for wireless access via phone and PDA The addition of weights to the evaluation of RFQs. With this feature sellers can apply weights to the individual items on an RFQ when determining which
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Microsoft Great Plains Procures eProcure At Last
In a somewhat belated and long deliberated move, Microsoft Great Plains has struck an OEM partnership deal with Clarus to provide eProcure, an end-to-end e
a strategic relationship with Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) to deliver a customized Internet-based procurement solution for direct and indirect products and services, providing real-time purchase-order creation, approval workflow and order processing. Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions will OEM Clarus Corporation's eProcurement product. The joint solution, named Microsoft Great Plains eProcure , will also include Clarus' Fusion integration toolkit and its View analytics product. Envisioned as
Geac Computer Corporation: Mastering Growth by Acquisitions
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Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement
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With New Clothes and Hairdo, Clarus Asks for Pin Money
Clarus Corporation, having unloaded all of its back-end software business, is asking the market to fund its new life as an E-procurement vendor.
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Software Technologies Corporation (STC) Prepares to go Public
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