The necessary expansion of ERP functionality
- Baan's new direction: Will it fly? PISZCZALSKI, MARTIN // Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jan1999, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on Netherlands-based Baan Co., which is on the short list of nearly every major automobile industry manufacturer seeking an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Number of customers the company has worldwide; Growth rate; Reason behind Baan's success; Information on the ERP market.
- Microsoft Pushes VBA Tools for ERP. Gonsalves, Antone; Gray, Lloyd // PC Week;10/19/98, Vol. 15 Issue 42, p1
Informs that Microsoft Corp. is negotiating licensing deals with Baan Co. and SAP AG, two major enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors, to include VBA, an integrated development environment, with their respective products. How VBA will allow developers to build application programming...
- First European customer for mid-market Baan offering. // Works Management;Aug1999, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p25
This article reports on the first European customer for mid-market Baan offering. Aerospace-focused enterprise resource planning reseller Avro Business Systems is undertaking a fixed-price Baan implementation for Willsher & Quick, an enclosure systems manufacturer. This project costs less with a...
- Baan Strengthens supply chain. Frye, Colleen // Software Magazine;Jul97, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p106
Focuses on how the Baan Company earned its place in the top tier of ERP software providers. How Baan vaulted to prominence; Business acquisitions of Baan; Comment of Paul Wanderski of Lancer Corporation on Baan's improvement; Growth of the company's revenue.
- Baan to roll out next-generation C/S suite. Kerstetter, Jim // PC Week;4/22/96, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p38
Reports on Baan Co.'s unveiling of a more expansive generation of its client/server application called the Baan IV. Features of the product; Price; Contact information.
- Users keep watch as Baan sales plummet. Dudman, Jane // Computer Weekly;2/20/2003, p8
Reports on a decline in sales of Netherlands-based enterprise resource planning supplier Baan Co. NV, in the year 2002. Reasons behind the decline as analyzed by Invensys, parent company of Baan; Impact of the decline on British users of Baan systems; Speculation over ownership of Baan due to...
- Baan makes manufacturing software push. Holt, Stannie // InfoWorld;04/27/98, Vol. 20 Issue 17, p10
Details the plans of Baan Co. to release a unified software suite designed to cover all aspects of manufacturing. Modules added to its Baan Supply Chain Solutions suite; Shift of its platform emphasis from Unix to Microsoft Corp.'s Component Object Model and Distributed COM; Contact information.
- Baan reorganizes product group, to spin off resellers. Holt, Stannie // InfoWorld;07/13/98, Vol. 20 Issue 28, p10
Details Baan Co.'s reorganization of its enterprise planning business aimed to settle the financial relationships between the company and its founder, Jan Baan. Reorganization of its product divisions into five so-called Global Product Business Units; Promotion of President Tom Tinsley to Chief...
- Baan reports higher earnings; reorganizes top management. D'Amico, Mary Lisbeth; Holt, Stannie // InfoWorld;08/03/98, Vol. 20 Issue 31, p12
Presents news updates concerning enterprise application vendor Baan Co. as of August 3, 1998. Increase of net income for the second quarter by 46 percent; Resignation of co-founder Jan Baan as chairman of the management board; Clarification of the accounting practices.