Quick Takes: SAP's new partner

ProAct Technologies is deemed an SAP software partner

White Plains, N.Y.-based ProAct Technologies, maker of employee relationship management software, has been named an SAP software partner by the German software giant. ProAct's Knowledge Management 5.0 product was tested at SAP Labs. Currently, SAP offers ProAct life and work events content to existing and prospective SAP ESS customers. As an SAP software partner, ProAct will be listed in the Software Partner Directory on SAP's Service Marketplace for Customers and on the public web pages.

ProAct

NetVendor unveils sales collaboration software

Atlanta-based NetVendor, which makes collaborative business-to-business software, has made available its NetVendor Sales Collaboration software. NSC simplifies selling custom-engineered products via Web-based collaboration with customers, the company said. The software is built on the NetVendor Collaborative Environment technology platform.

NetVendor

IBM WebSphere delivers double the performance for same cost

IBM has announced new WebSphere e-infrastructure software that can handle twice the number of transactions as BEA Systems Inc.'s product for the same cost, it said. In addition, IBM's new WebSphere software and development tools give customers additional control in expanding and customizing their e-infrastructure. WebSphere will connect and inter-operate with 35 software platforms and business applications, including SAP.

IBM

webMethods outpaces competition in performance challenge

Fairfax, Va.-based webMethods Inc., a strategic partner of SAP and a provider of integration software, has announced the results of a benchmarking study. The study illustrated webMethods' ability to handle high transaction rates, the company said. In addition, the company has published a comprehensive white paper detailing the scalability and performance of webMethods Enterprise in performance scenarios.

webMethods

Ceyoniq sees growth in Q1

Content, document and archive management provider Ceyoniq AG, based in Bielefeld, Germany, has announced its first quarter 2001 financial results. It posted revenues of EUR 27.4 million (US$23.2 million), up 107.7% to EUR 13.2 million over the same quarter last year. The earnings per share, before goodwill depreciation, amount to EUR 0.10 and EUR 0.03 after goodwill depreciation. Ceyoniq makes archiving software for SAP systems.

Ceyoniq

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