The Texas software company was a big player in the dot-com boom. Now it's back with software for a new Web audience.
Vignette may be looking for a buyer and OpenText may be looking to buy.
Vignette is just one example of where proprietary companies are failing. It's the beginning of the end.
Michael A. Aviles, ex-chief of Activant, steps into his new role at the software and IT services provider.
Thomas Hogan will report to Ann Livermore as he heads up Hewlett-Packard's software business.
The enterprise software maker plans to buy Tower Technology for $125 million in cash and stock, a move aimed at adding corporate governance tools to its product line.
The software maker buys collaboration tools specialist Intrapsect, as it looks to better to address corporate needs for managing and sharing information.
The software maker updates its portal product to allow businesses to share information and collaborate within their organizations.
The new product can help companies keep customers engaged through e-mails, phone calls, text messages, direct mail or even pager messages--though companies shouldn't go overboard.
The company releases a new version of its business applications, providing an update to its tools that create and add to Web pages for employees and business partners.