November 2000

Trends and Resources

HPInformer: HPInformer, International edition

Global technology group ABB, Zurich, Switzerland, has agreed to form a joint venture with U.S. software developer SKYVA Int'l., a leading supplier of enabling software for collaborative commerce. ABB ..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Global technology group ABB, Zurich, Switzerland, has agreed to form a joint venture with U.S. software developer SKYVA Int'l., a leading supplier of enabling software for collaborative commerce. ABB will pay US$130 million for a 53% stake in the venture and will transfer software engineers into SKYVA as part of the transaction. SKYVA Int'l. is a key developer of Java-based software for collaborative commerce, where systems seamlessly link the business processes of suppliers, manufacturers and customers. Manufacturers can better balance the availability and flow of raw materials from their suppliers against finished products leaving the plant. Customers can connect the entire supply chain

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