Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-04-09 Email Print
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The Palo Alto, Calif., companyfamed for its enterprise application integration capabilitiesis trying to corner the market in the real-time distribution of business information. Read what real-life customers have to say about what their deploym& Tibco Operating Results">
Dir., Application Architecture
Project: Hospitality subsidiary is using ActiveEnterprise, Rendezvous, and adapterswith InConcert waiting in the wings.
Kevin Watson I.T. Business Partner, Supply Chain Integration
Project: Planning a phased transition to Tibco platform, beginning with BusinessWorks.
Mark S. Davis
Asst. VP, e-Business
Project: Rail and freight giant is at or near current release of Rendezvous, Integration Manager, BusinessConnect and several adapters.
Manager, Advanced Technology Group
Project: Has been using ActiveEnterprise, ActiveExchange, and ActivePortal since 2000.
Project: Hotel-and-casino signed on in June 2002; uses Rendezvous, Integration Manager and a bunch of adapters, including one for Teradata.
MERIDIAN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMNT
Project: Health-care-services company is on BusinessWorks.
Executive Dir., I.T.
Project: In 1999, storage company signed on to ActiveEnterprise, replacing a home-grown system.
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Project: Pay attention, now: Years ago, Micromuse was using Talarian; Talarian was acquired by Tibco. Riversoft was using Tibco; then Micromuse acquired Riversoft. Got it?
The executives listed here are all users of Tibco's software. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
TIBCO OPERATING RESULTS*
|Earnings per share||$0.01||-$0.46||-$0.07|
|*Fiscal year ends Nov. 30; 2003FYTD reflects first three months
§Includes stock-based compensation in 2001, 2002
|Cash & equivalents||$653M|
|Market value at April 4||$965M|
**As of 11/30 except where noted
Includes short-term investments