Published: 30 March 2000
Analyst(s): Bob Igou , Laura McLellan , Betty M. Gifford , Samantha Dery , Eric Rocco , Allie Young , Khalda De Souza , Eric Goodness , Elena Christopher , Adam W. Couture , Tony Adams
This IT ServiceTracks addresses the following: North America--Andersen Consulting to Give Employees $200 Million Stake in E-Commerce Companies; Compaq Strengthens Commitment to Service Provider Market; Jamcracker Selects ENTEX for Local ASP Support; eVu Announces Online Warranty and Extended Service Sales Capabilities; Red Hat Unveils Enterprise Channel Partner Program; GoShip: Shopping for Shipping; Sun Selects NCR for Implementation Services; Deutsche Telekom and Unisys Jointly Provide Global Desktop Services; and Cisco Surpasses Microsoft as the World's Highest Valued Company. Europe--European E-Business Services Heats Up: Pixelpark Acquires Cell Network/Mandator and Sema Merges With LHS for Mobile Communications Software. Also In the News.
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