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27.12.01 17:43

1305 Postings, 7539 Tage userBROADVISION

Ich wäre hier etwas vorsichtig
Amerik Index verheißt nichts gutes Sell 364 Orders buy only 68
siehe  http://toplist.island.com/toplist/bookv.jsp?stock=BVSN
user  

27.12.01 17:52
halte mit good news dagegen:

BroadVision Customers Win Accolades in 2001
BroadVision-Powered Web Sites and Portals Recognized Among the Most Innovative and Highest-Quality
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 27, 2001--During 2001, numerous customers of BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq:BVSN - news), the leading provider of enterprise self-service applications, were lauded by the press and industry associations as they delivered some of the most innovative, powerful and useful sites on the web. A few of the prestigious awards garnered by leading enterprises for their BroadVision®-powered sites are described below.

American Airlines continued to fly high with their BroadVision-powered www.AA.com, which set new traffic records and was ranked by Smart Business magazine as one of the top 50 US companies in e-business. The site was also honored with a Web Marketing Association ``Standard of Excellence'' WebAward, which recognizes sites for outstanding achievement in design, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation, ease of use and use of technology.
Aviall, the world's largest independent supplier of new aviation parts and related aftermarket services, was named to InfoWorld's ``InfoWorld 100'' list of 2001's greatest IT achievements for their B2B site www.aviall.com.
Citibank Online (www.citibankonline.com) took top honors in the Banking category of Forbes Magazine's prestigious ``Best of the Web'' issue.
Bank of America's new BroadVision-powered consumer banking portal (www.bankofamerica.com) was a Forbes magazine ``Best of the Web Pick'' for banking, taking a close second to Citibank.
On the B2B front, electrical, voice and data products distributor GE Supply swept The Electrical Distributor Magazine's ``Best of the Best'' awards, winning three awards including the ``Best of the Best Overall Distributor'' award. GE Supply won all three awards for its gesupply.com site, which stands out for its personalized approach to B2B sales.
HP was given top honors as the ``Best Computer Retailer Website'' by the Web Marketing Association for www.hpshopping.com, which offers consumers a complete selection of HP home and home office products. This was the fourth consecutive WebAward for hpshopping.com. Customer-oriented improvements including enhanced personalization and a streamlined checkout process helped put HP at the top of this category.
The Web Marketing Association also recognized one-to-one marketing pioneers Peppers and Rogers Group with the ``Outstanding Website'' WebAward for their highly personalized, BroadVision-powered site, www.1to1.com.
The State of California's www.my.ca.gov portal was awarded the E-Gov Pioneer Award for Excellence in e-Government at the International Government Conference and Expo. It was also named the top state government site in Digital Government and Government Technology Magazine's seventh annual ``Best of the Web'' competition, winning over more than 200 government organizations at the federal, state and local levels.
Specialty retailer RedEnvelope (www.redenvelope.com) was the ``Forbes Favorite'' for online gift shopping. RedEnvelope was also recently profiled by The Wall Street Journal as one of the top e-commerce sites.
Sears (www.sears.com) took top honors in Forbes Best of the Web online shopping category.
In addition to the numerous Forbes Best of the Web category winners, BroadVision-powered sites including Audible.com, Zones (www.zones.com), and Hallmark (www.hallmark.com) were recognized for their outstanding web presences.
The United States Postal Service was another recipient of a Web Marketing Association ``Standard of Excellence'' WebAward for www.usps.com.
``BroadVision is proud of the outstanding accomplishments of our customers during 2001,'' said Chris Grejtak, chief marketing officer for BroadVision. ``We look forward to continuing to provide the retail commerce, B2B, enterprise portal and content management solutions that power e-business initiatives that offer true business value.''

To learn more about how BroadVision customers are transforming their businesses -- and discover how your business can benefit from BroadVision's enterprise self-service application suite -- visit www.broadvision.com.

About BroadVision

BroadVision's (Nasdaq: BVSN, Neuer Markt: BDN) enterprise self-service applications create immediate business value by transforming the way organizations do business -- moving relationships to a personalized, self-service model that enhances growth, reduces costs and improves productivity. Leading global companies use BroadVision to power their enterprise self-service initiatives -- using the web and wireless devices to unify and extend an enterprise's applications, information and business processes to serve its employees, partners and customers in a personalized and collaborative way.

For more information about BroadVision, Inc., call 650/261-5100, email info@broadvision.com or visit www.broadvision.com.

Note to Editors: BroadVision and BroadVision One-To-One are trademarks or registered trademarks of BroadVision, Inc. in the United States and other countries.


über diese Kurse wird man in einigen Jahren schmunzeln.

mfg
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27.12.01 17:55

1305 Postings, 7539 Tage userStimme dir voll zu

Bin auch Broadvision Fan
Werden wohl auch von Intershops Ende , falls es dann kommt, profitieren.
Jedoch wenn die Sell Orders so hoch gehen, konnte man Sie eigentlich immer noch billiger kaufen
So long  USER  

27.12.01 23:36
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1056 Postings, 7128 Tage NowonderBVSN: short intrest +100%

Da werden sich einige shorties noch die Finger verbrennen.

Month+ Shares Short Avg Daily Volume Ratio
12/01 23,889,445 7,635,494 3.13  
11/01 12,407,916 6,595,623 1.88  
10/01 10,281,501 5,079,130 2.02  
09/01 10,622,195 6,620,517 1.60  
08/01 12,317,305 1,908,464 6.45  
07/01 13,591,138 3,091,047 4.40


Quelle: http://www.viwes.com/invest/shorts/query.cgi?q=BVSN

Da haben wohl einige die Folgen aus dem Nasdaq100-Rauswurf überschätzt.

Dies würde auch die Manipulationen der letzten Tage erklären. Vor allem am Freitag konnte man erkennen, dass mit 100er Ordergrößen versucht wurde den Kurs künstlich zu drücken. Bei Handelsschluss wurden mehr als die hälfte aller Abschlüsse mit 100 Stücken getätigt.
 
Die nächsten Handelstage sind äusserst schwer einzuschätzen, ein Antesten der 2,5$-Marke ist nicht ausgeschlossen, die Chance auf eine Kursrally im Vorfeld der Quartalszahlen ist aber immer noch gegeben.

Nowonder  

28.12.01 01:00

1056 Postings, 7128 Tage NowonderAufschlussreicher Link bzgl. Institutioneller Anl.

http://iw.thomsonfn.com/iwatch/cgi-bin/iw_ticker?ticker=BVSN

Kennt jemand noch so eine Site?

Nowonder  

28.12.01 02:54

4690 Postings, 7315 Tage proxicomi@nowonder






BroadVision Customers Win Accolades in 2001; BroadVision-Powered Web Sites and Portals Recognized Among the Most Innovative and Highest-Quality  
       THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2001 8:02 AM
- BusinessWire

BroadVision Customers Win Accolades in 2001; BroadVision-Powered Web Sites and Portals Recognized Among the Most Innovative and Highest-Quality

12/27/2001 8:02:00 AM
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec 27, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- During 2001, numerous customers of BroadVision, Inc. (BVSN) , the leading provider of enterprise self-service applications, were lauded by the press and industry associations as they delivered some of the most innovative, powerful and useful sites on the web. A few of the prestigious awards garnered by leading enterprises for their BroadVision(R)-powered sites are described below.

    --   American Airlines continued to fly high with their
        BroadVision-powered www.AA.com, which set new traffic records
        and was ranked by Smart Business magazine as one of the top 50
        US companies in e-business. The site was also honored with a
        Web Marketing Association "Standard of Excellence" WebAward,
        which recognizes sites for outstanding achievement in design,
        innovation, content, interactivity, navigation, ease of use
        and use of technology.
    -    Aviall, the world's largest independent supplier of new
        aviation parts and related aftermarket services, was named to
        InfoWorld's "InfoWorld 100" list of 2001's greatest IT
        achievements for their B2B site www.aviall.com.
    --   Citibank Online (www.citibankonline.com) took top honors in
        the Banking category of Forbes Magazine's prestigious "Best of
        the Web" issue.
    --   Bank of America's new BroadVision-powered consumer banking
        portal (www.bankofamerica.com) was a Forbes magazine "Best of
        the Web Pick" for banking, taking a close second to Citibank.
    --   On the B2B front, electrical, voice and data products
        distributor GE Supply swept The Electrical Distributor
        Magazine's "Best of the Best" awards, winning three awards
        including the "Best of the Best Overall Distributor" award. GE
        Supply won all three awards for its gesupply.com site, which
        stands out for its personalized approach to B2B sales.
    --   HP was given top honors as the "Best Computer Retailer
        Website" by the Web Marketing Association for
        www.hpshopping.com, which offers consumers a complete
        selection of HP home and home office products. This was the
        fourth consecutive WebAward for hpshopping.com.
        Customer-oriented improvements including enhanced
        personalization and a streamlined checkout process helped put
        HP at the top of this category.
    --   The Web Marketing Association also recognized one-to-one
        marketing pioneers Peppers and Rogers Group with the
        "Outstanding Website" WebAward for their highly personalized,
        BroadVision-powered site, www.1to1.com.
    --   The State of California's www.my.ca.gov portal was awarded the
        E-Gov Pioneer Award for Excellence in e-Government at the
        International Government Conference and Expo. It was also
        named the top state government site in Digital Government and
        Government Technology Magazine's seventh annual "Best of the
        Web" competition, winning over more than 200 government
        organizations at the federal, state and local levels.
    --   Specialty retailer RedEnvelope (www.redenvelope.com) was the
        "Forbes Favorite" for online gift shopping. RedEnvelope was
        also recently profiled by The Wall Street Journal as one of
        the top e-commerce sites.
    --   Sears (www.sears.com) took top honors in Forbes Best of the
        Web online shopping category.
    --   In addition to the numerous Forbes Best of the Web category
        winners, BroadVision-powered sites including Audible.com,
        Zones (www.zones.com), and Hallmark (www.hallmark.com) were
        recognized for their outstanding web presences.
    --   The United States Postal Service was another recipient of a
        Web Marketing Association "Standard of Excellence" WebAward
        for www.usps.com.

"BroadVision is proud of the outstanding accomplishments of our customers during 2001," said Chris Grejtak, chief marketing officer for BroadVision. "We look forward to continuing to provide the retail commerce, B2B, enterprise portal and content management solutions that power e-business initiatives that offer true business value."

To learn more about how BroadVision customers are transforming their businesses -- and discover how your business can benefit from BroadVision's enterprise self-service application suite -- visit www.broadvision.com.


About BroadVision

BroadVision's (BVSN) enterprise self-service applications create immediate business value by transforming the way organizations do business -- moving relationships to a personalized, self-service model that enhances growth, reduces costs and improves productivity. Leading global companies use BroadVision to power their enterprise self-service initiatives -- using the web and wireless devices to unify and extend an enterprise's applications, information and business processes to serve its employees, partners and customers in a personalized and collaborative way.

For more information about BroadVision, Inc., call 650/261-5100, email info@broadvision.com or visit www.broadvision.com.

Note to Editors: BroadVision and BroadVision One-To-One are trademarks or registered trademarks of BroadVision, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

CONTACT:           The Weber Group for BroadVision, Inc.
                  Greg Belloni, 415/296-2276
                  gbelloni@webergroup.com


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proxi  

30.12.01 15:35

1056 Postings, 7128 Tage Nowonderthx proxi

Was hälst du von folgendem ?/$ Put?:

WKN 767250

Dank im Voraus


Nowonder
 

30.12.01 18:17

1056 Postings, 7128 Tage NowonderCEO Pehong Chen:"...our global revenue will reach

US$300 million this year"

Erstaunlich, wenn man bedenkt, dass der Umsatz der drei abgelaufenen Quartale in 2001 ca. 200 Mio$ betrug.

Die komplette Meldung:

BroadVision to launch greater China operations hub in Taiwan

December 27, 2001 11:08pm


12/28/2001

Taipei, Dec. 28, 2001 (CENS)--E-commerce provider BroadVision Inc. will base its Greater China operations in Taiwan in 2002 after the island joins the World Trade Organization (WTO), according to company president and CEO Pehong Chen

The company estimated that sales to the region, which includes Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China, would grow by 30% in 2002

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The Nasdaq-listed BroadVision is one of the few profitable e-commerce solution providers in the world. The company enjoyed a fourfold growth in revenue in 2001, making it one of the world's 40 largest enterprises

"Despite the world economic slowdown, especially in the Internet industry, our global revenue will reach US$300 million this year," Chen said. "Revenue from Northeast Asia, including Taiwan, is expected to reach US$50 million this year." Chen said the entry of Taiwan and mainland China into the WTO will boost the e-commerce business opportunities of the Greater China market. He also noted that Taiwan's highly-trained technicians would be able to fully support the e-commerce solution demands of mainland China and Hong Kong

In 2001, BroadVision halved its global workforce to 1,100, including 100 in the Asia-Pacific region, amid sagging demand.

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Nowonder  

31.12.01 12:17

1056 Postings, 7128 Tage NowonderCompanies to Watch 2002: ARBA, BVSN, ITWO, ORCL...

Companies to Watch 2002
These companies will be increasingly important contributors to the intelligent enterprise this year

COLLABORATIVE COMMERCE
Ariba Inc.
Founded: 1996
HQ: Sunnyvale, Calif.
President, Director & CEO: Robert M. Calderoni

Although its failed acquisition of Agile Software kept Ariba from reciprocating i2's advance into Ariba's traditional domain of indirect procurement, the company has steadily built its customer base for its procurement software and exchange platform, recently winning big customers such as the AMEX e-procurement exchange and Home Depot.

Blue Martini Software Inc.
Founded: 1998
HQ: San Mateo, Calif.
Chairman, President & CEO: Monte Zweben

Despite its share of hardships in 2001, Blue Martini remains among the top customer interaction software providers in the world. Stressing personalized self-service, the Blue Martini suite addresses several verticals and all phases of the product life cycle. Blue Martini concluded Q3 by inking a SAS partnership that will bolster its analytic capabilities.

BroadVision Inc.
Founded: 1993
HQ: Redwood City, Calif.
Chairman, President & CEO: Pehong Chen

There may be no greater endorsement in the post-September 11 era than the one BroadVision received in October, when the U.S. Air Force chose InfoExchange Portal to serve information to approximately 1.2 million personnel, uniting information from hundreds of legacy databases and applications.

Camstar Inc.
Founded: 1984
HQ: Campbell, Calif.
President & CEO: Dave Cone

In 2001, Camstar began releasing its Windows-centric Virtual Factory Suite (VFS), with a broader sweep of capabilities built around the core InSite product, renamed InSite Live. VFS gives customers, management, and plant managers excellent visibility and control over in-process orders.

Documentum Inc.
Founded: 1990
HQ: Pleasanton, Calif.
CEO: David DeWalt

The meaning of "content management" is made dull and unimpressive by competitors who provide little more than file management and version control. Documentum's emphasis on unifying cross-enterprise business processes and rules brings a deeper dimension to collaboration: the infusion of greater business goals into everyday, nitty-gritty business tasks and communications.

E.piphany Inc.
Founded: 1996
HQ: San Mateo, Calif.
President & CEO: Roger Siboni

Adding to E.piphany's earlier trailblazing in embedded CRM analytics is a new focus on helping enterprises present a unified face to the customer - creating "holistic CRM." Enterprises want to protect customers from exposure to what ugly, chimerical beasts they often are. E.piphany's partnership with Cisco should make deep integration of the enterprise's unwieldy parts easier to accomplish, in some respects.

i2 Technologies Inc.
Founded: 1988
HQ: Dallas
CEO: Gregory A. Brady

The announcement of i2 Five.Two included several inspiring new features. Among these was the unique Distributed Order Management module, which addresses the reality that manufacturing orders aren't typically executed and delivered from one plant owned by one company.

Manugistics Group Inc.
Founded: 1986
HQ: Rockville, Md.
Chairman & CEO: Gregory J. Owens

Classified by Aberdeen as a "collaborative product commerce" provider, a new and heralded designation, Manugistics has an ambitious value proposition. It promises to get to the heart of your goals - "enterprise profit optimization" - by coordinating demand-side and supply-side processes, keeping your contact with the inventory hot potato to a minimum.

Oracle Corp.
Founded: 1977
HQ: Redwood Shores, Calif.
Chairman & CEO: Lawrence J. Ellison

Recognizing Oracle for its flagship RDBMS would be the obvious thing to do, but the company deserves credit for moving its applications beyond their ERP origins into the realm of collaborative commerce (or "ERP II," as Gartner calls it) with 11i E-Business Suite. Although 11i failed to spark long-term revenue growth as Oracle had hoped, its comprehensiveness and strong supply chain management functionality (SCM) stand out from the crowd.

Peregrine Systems Inc.
Founded: 1981
HQ: San Diego
Chairman & CEO: Steve Gardner

Acquisitions brought Peregrine into the collaborative commerce space, but the company arrived in style. Peregrine's quick implementation times and ROI are credited for its salmonlike swim up the revenue stream (while most other software vendors' revenues tumbled).

SeeCommerce
Founded: 1996, name changed in 2000
HQ: Palo Alto, Calif.
Chairman, President & CEO: Paul Albright

SeeChain, SeeCommerce's flagship product, is an evocative name for what the software accomplishes. With vivid visualization techniques, analytics, and exception reporting to keep all your supply chain ducks in a row, SeeCommerce continues to stay ahead of the curve by adding features such as financial impact analysis of supply chain events and decisions.

Syncra Systems Inc.
Founded: 1998
HQ: Waltham, Mass.
CEO: Jeff Stamen

Employing the slightly stodgy acronym CPFR (collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment), Syncra is no less relevant than other SCM vendors when it comes to the bottom line. And Syncra's Internet-hosted model makes it more accessible to nonmanufacturing companies, which have increased SCM spending.

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03.01.02 19:36

1056 Postings, 7128 Tage NowonderBROADVISION - Konsolidierung beendet ?

BROADVISION - Konsolidierung beendet ?
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Kurz Update. Anbei der langfristige Wochenchart. Die Aktie ist an dem von uns genannten Support bei 2,93 $ nach oben abgeprallt. Aus technischer Sicht ist diese Aktie als Market Outperformer einzuordnen. Ein fester tendierender Nemax 50 dürfte zu einem überdurchschnittlichen Abschneiden des Aktienkurses von Broadvision führen. Der RSI hat bereits deutlich auskorrigiert, der weekly MACD bewegt sich ungebrochen im Uptrend.


 

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