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Sterling Commerce to Acquire E-Commerce Firm Comergent

"Comergent and Sterling Commerce share a vision for seamless order management, which encompasses order capture and order fulfillment," Sterling Commerce VP of Global Product Marketing Joel Reed and Comergent CEO Jean Kovacs told the E-Commerce Times in e-mail correspondence Th...

Why E-Business Is Now Everyone’s Business

The Internet has completely reshaped customer relationships. The transformation began with the dot-com boom, which spawned a new type of company whose entire business model was predicated on Web acceptance and usage. These companies -- Yahoo, Amazon, eBay and Google -- took advantage of the Web in all aspects of their business. Soon, traditional "brick-and-mortar" enterprises realized that to survive, they too had to satisfy customer expectations to procure goods and services over the Internet...

Getting an E-Biz App Up and Keeping It Running

There are two basic options when it comes to deploying, running and maintaining a vendor-supplied e-business system: in-house and hosted. The latter has quickly grown in popularity.Comergent, for example, began offering a hosted platform around two years ago, and it is now the preferred choice of the company's customers, according to President and CEO Jean Kovacs...

E-Business Software Licensing: Have It Your Way

Redwood Shores, Calif.-basedComergent has rather quickly become a significant player in the e-business software systems market. Conceived in 1998 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Jean Kovacs, Bill York and John Mumford, Comergent now boasts a client list that spans the manufacturing, high-tech and retail sectors, among others, and includes the likes of Goodrich, Cisco Systems and Best Buy...

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