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Thought-Provoking Commentary for the Lawson Software Community
Clients have been asking:
“Infor is acquiring Lawson, where do we go from here?”
Several clients have asked for advice on a recent injunction against Lawson related to patent infringements alleged by ePlus.
Well folks, it’s a deal: Lawson has agreed to Infor’s buyout offer.
A Wall Street Journal blog is reporting—based on a press release cached by Google—that Infor’s acquisition of Lawson is imminent:
Read more on this evolving topic, including my thoughts, in Computerworld: Read more of this post
By now, you’ve likely heard about Infor’s offer to buy out Lawson for $1.8 Billion. Read more of this post
For years we’ve heard the rumors. IBM is going to buy Lawson. Oracle is going to buy Lawson. HP is going to buy Lawson.
For larger enterprise applications, you typically sign (and pay for) an annual maintenance agreement covering day-to-day support and/or updates. Or do you?
You’ve no doubt heard the news: Carl Icahn has “taken a stake” in Lawson Software (NASDAQ:LWSN).
I found this recent Lawson press release announcing the hire of a new VP to be curious. Read more of this post