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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.

CLARUS CORPORATION: Clarus –Sprinting or Going the Distance? Clarus –Sprinting or Going the Distance? D. Geller - October 20, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - October 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
10/20/2000

Epicor Picks Clarus Bargain At The Software Flea MarketPart 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
The wealth of product names and a still somewhat unwieldy slew of products, presents sales and marketing confusion for Epicor, both internally and externally across the globe. Therefore, as Epicor has a myriad of products in its portfolio that could benefit from integration with Clarus and/or CRM.NET, it must clearly articulate its plans and the timeline for integration for each of its products.

CLARUS CORPORATION: a definitive agreement with Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS), a provider of buy-side e-Business applications to the mid-market, to acquire substantially all of its core products, including procurement, sourcing, settlement and analytics written on Microsoft platforms, in an all-cash transaction for a purchase price of $1 million. The transaction is expected to close in Q4 2002, subject to Clarus shareholder approval. Epicor will provide service and support to the majority of Clarus installed base of
12/5/2002

Epicor Picks Clarus Bargain At The Software Flea Market
Taking advantage of its rival Microsoft’s either reticence or satiation, Epicor recently acquired its long-term partner Clarus for an almost next to nothing price to provide mid-market with a solid add-on e-procurement and, eventually, SRM value proposition too.

CLARUS CORPORATION: a definitive agreement with Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS), a provider of buy-side e-Business applications to the mid-market, to acquire substantially all of its core products, including procurement, sourcing, settlement and analytics written on Microsoft platforms, in an all-cash transaction for a purchase price of $1 million. The transaction is expected to close in Q4 2002, subject to Clarus shareholder approval. Epicor will provide service and support to the majority of Clarus installed base of
12/4/2002

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-procurement solution.

CLARUS CORPORATION: 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
8/13/2001

Microsoft The Great Poised To Conquer Mid-Market, Once and AgainPart 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
Microsoft's reticence to comment on any timelines of product integration and operations mergers, to our belief, stems from their genuine inability to foresee it at this stage. Still, although the indications that the business will continue to be as usual are strong, Microsoft may eventually decide to streamline its diverse, likely redundant, product mix, staff, and channel. Once Microsoft figures it out and gets a much clearer picture, it should emerge as a mid-market leader making its competitors scramble to better its value proposition.

CLARUS CORPORATION: Siebel Systems, e-procurement vendor Clarus , and SCM vendor Logility (for more information, see Siebel: Great Plans for Great Plains , Microsoft Great Plains Procures eProcure At Last and Great Plains Supply Chain Series To Be Powered By Logility ). As, for its part, Navision has a number of other partnerships in place with vendors such as Oracle, Compaq , Fujitsu Siemens , Hewlett-Packard , IBM, and Citrix , one should imagine the magnitude of the management s soul-searching exercise in the future. The
5/15/2002

Geac and JBA Join Forces to Form New ERP Giant
On September 30, Geac Computer Corporation Limited (TSE:GAC), the Canadian-based global supplier of mission critical business software, successfully completed its acquisition of JBA, a leading ERP and supply chain software supplier. The combined entity is now one of the world's largest application software businesses, with combined annualized revenue of more than C$1.3 billion, over 30,000 customers and 6,000 total employees.

CLARUS CORPORATION: Geac s recent acquisition of Clarus s financial and HR modules. Until the merger is consummated, any organization evaluating JBA should exercise moderate caution and consider existing functionality only. Furthermore, users should monitor how the new top management will address gaping holes in the combined product suite particularly the lack of its own customer relationship management (CRM) and advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software.
10/5/1999

Epicor Conducts Its Own ROI Acquisition RationalePart Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
Despite notable functional and technological initiatives, the challenge for Epicor and its affiliate channel also remains the management of multiple flagship ERP product lines. Also, while the products may have their separate niches, they will in many more instances be similar enough to confuse former separate Epicor and ROI Systems' direct sales reps and value-added resellers (VARs) in selling the combined portfolio.

CLARUS CORPORATION: from integration with, e.g., Clarus, Clientele CRM.NET, or with any third-party application, it must clearly articulate its plans and the timeline for integration for each of its products. Otherwise or it may face confusion and/or anxiety amongst both its current and potential customers as well as within its VARs. That would be the music to its direct competitors ears, some of which have better viability and revenue momentum at this stage. Incidentally, the competition remains fierce. In addition to an
8/25/2003

Epicor Continues To Bleed
On April 27, Epicor Software Corporation reported its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2000. Net loss for the quarter was $8.9 million or $0.22 per share, compared with a net income for the same period last year of $2.1 million or $0.05 per share.

CLARUS CORPORATION: and strategic alliances with Clarus Corporation to provide integrated web-based B2B procurement and trading exchange solutions to the mid-market; and with Ultimate Software to provide integrated human resource and payroll solutions. While we are still in a transition period refining our business model, we are pleased with the progress we have made in aggressively reducing operating expenditures, said Rick Roll, president and chief operating officer. As we have seen this quarter, the industry-wide
6/8/2000

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CLARUS CORPORATION: BioLink Technologies International, Inc., develops, manufactures, and markets fingerprint biometric products.

Let’s Be Frank: It Was A Very Good Quarter For E-Procurement
The word 'profitability': is being bandied about as some e-procurement vendors show continued growth.

CLARUS CORPORATION: companies: Ariba (NASDAQ: ARBA) Clarus Corporation (NASDAQ: CLRS) Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) Purchase Pro (NASDAQ: PPRO) Figure 1 also shows the percentage increase over the revenues for the previous quarter; Figure 2 shows the increase over the same quarter a year ago. These are fourth quarter results for Ariba and third quarter results for the others. The two Figures indicate that the same growth is happening for both the largest companies in the space and the less well-known ones. Behind these
11/13/2000

PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough PatchPart 3: Target Markets, Alliances, & Competition
In PeopleSoft’s case, the fact remains that it is still the best-attuned offering (in terms of pricing, vertical extensions, customizability, professional service approach, etc.) to the needs of large, service-oriented enterprises, or for ‘greenfield’ sites. However, to put things in the right perspective, one should bear in mind that PeopleSoft’s license revenue in 2001 was still less than the corresponding revenue in 1998, back when the company was only a HRMS/ERP player.

CLARUS CORPORATION: some other vendors like Clarus and Ariba offer similar products, the market awareness for the need has yet to be jump-started in earnest. Alliances The alliances with Agile Software and Vigilance also seem to be prudent moves to bolster PeopleSoft s offering, and fill the functional gaps in a quick-to-market fashion. The Agile alliance, bringing together PeopleSoft s SCM and CRM functionality with Agile s PCM software for complete lifecycle visibility and profitability of manufactured products, should
6/24/2002


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