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Quick Takes: J.D. Edwards' IBM coup

Edward Hurley, Assistant News Editor
J.D. Edwards first to plate with cluster-proven status for Big Blue's servers

IBM today announced that J.D. Edwards of Denver, Colo. is the first partner to achieve cluster-proven status on all supported IBM servers. ClusterProven is an IBM initiative where cluster technology and application software from IBM's key development partners are tested together to provide the ultimate in total system availability and application resiliency. The IBM ClusterProven program provides extensive support to multiple solution providers who want to achieve these new high standards. J.D. Edwards is a pioneering partner in the program, supporting a broad range of IBM servers including the new IBM eServer iSeries, pSeries, and xSeries.

McShane is Proginet's new CTO

Kevin M. Kelly, president and chief executive officer of Proginet Corp., recently announced James F. McShane to take the reign as chief technology officer at the Garden City, NY-based company. In this new capacity, McShane will be responsible for the technical support function, the software development organization and development of future IT strategies at Proginet, a leader in Internet file transfer software and password management software.

Proginet Corp.

J.D. Edwards

California anticipates higher revenues for Q4 over 1999

California Software Corp. of Irvine, Calif., an IBM Midrange migration products and developer of the award-winning BABY, Unibol and MLPS product lines, announced that its post revenue earnings will exceed last year's figures.

California Software Corp.

ShowCase revises financials

ShowCase Corp. today announced a revision to operating results for its first and second fiscal quarters ended June 30 and Sept. 30, respectively. The revision is due to two software license agreements between ShowCase and another software vendor, SPSS (Nasdaq:SPSS). In November, ShowCase and SPSS signed an agreement to merge, stemming from this collaboration. The effect of the accounting revision is to reduce license fee revenue by $454,000, and increase the loss for the June quarter to $.10, from $.06 per diluted share. This revision has a positive effect on the September quarter by reducing the cost of license fees and improving earnings by $113,000, or from $.03 to $.04 per diluted share.

ShowCase Corp.


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