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Baan

In Laos, a political subdivision equivalent to a village or other municipality.
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Otherwise, technically, they can never be sound." South Asian Football Federation general secretary, Alberto Colaco, agreed with Baan's observation that the I- League clubs indeed needed a revamp.
Invensys sold Baan to an investment group consisting of Cerberus Capital Management and General Atlantic Partners.
This will be fully tested when he gains control of Baan, an outfit that he conceded has been "adrift." He has also had to grapple with the "cultural issue" of having to negotiate with Baan's workers' council.
Baan ran up operating losses of $32m (pounds 19.5m) in the year to March 31 on a turnover of $265m (pounds 161.7m).
Baan Khun Daeng offers people with physical disabilities an accessible place to stay.
After conducting their own research into problems brought by the dam, the group, calling itself Thai Baan Research, said their findings of the environmental and economic impact of the dam is in sharp contrast to the findings of a government-funded research program conducted by Ubon Ratchatani University.
Baan Process Solutions, a business of Baan -- the leading enterprise application provider for industrial enterprises and part of Invensys plc -- announces the availability of the iBaan business intelligence for Protean.
Enterprise software supplier Baan Process Solutions has announced the immediate availability of a suite of applications designed for the wire and cable industry.
Baan (baan.com) has announced iBaan for CRM QuickStart, which is bundled with iBaan SalesPlus 4.2 software for a complete installation and training package, enabling companies to implement a full sales force automation program within 30 calendar days rather than the typical four- to 12-month deployment period.
webMethods currently offers more than 60 different adapters for various enterprise applications, standards, and protocols, including SAP, i2, Informix, Oracle Financials, Ariba, Baan, and Siebel.
The Dutch-based collaborative commerce systems provider Baan has expanded its iBaan suite of Internet-enabled solutions with a new product designed to streamline business processes across automotive supply chains.