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301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderHot, die Nachricht kam heute 9 Uhr US Zeit gerade

 
  
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05.02.01 15:53
raus, soviel ich weiss heute in deutschland noch nicht!

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PR Newswire, 02/5/2001 09:01

Intershop Announces Success of 5B Technologies as Customer and Partner


/FROM PR NEWSWIRE SAN FRANCISCO 415-543-7800/ [STK] ISHP FIVE [IN] CPR MLM [SU] CON TO BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY EDITORS:





Intershop Announces Success of 5B Technologies as Customer and Partner



Intershop Enfinity(TM) Delivers ROI for 5B Technologies and Its Customers





SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Intershop Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:ISHP; Neuer Markt: ISH), a leading provider of e-business applications for global companies, today announced a successful strategic partner and customer relationship with 5B Technologies (NASDAQ:FIVE), a comprehensive business solutions provider. As an Intershop partner, 5B Technologies offers Intershop e-business solutions to its Global 1000 customers. As an Intershop customer, 5B Technologies uses Intershop's flagship product, Enfinity(TM), internally to drive its own e-commerce initiatives, and is already beginning to see a return on its investment. Intershop Enfinity is an advanced sell-side application for global enterprises, designed to enable companies to sell through multiple, complex sales channels and capitalize on Internet and traditional selling opportunities.





Intershop's products play an integral role in 5B Technologies' ability to provide customers with industry leading e-commerce solutions that support numerous business models, multiple sales channels and integration with affiliate sites and marketplaces. 5B Technologies selected Intershop's e-commerce offerings because they enable 5B Technologies to quickly and easily design and develop highly customized e-commerce solutions for its customers. Intershop Enfinity's open, standards-based architecture also offers high scalability, which is necessary to fulfill the varying size and infrastructure requirements of 5B Technologies' customers.





Based on its success deploying Intershop's solutions for its customers, including Cyfit, Ingenious Designs and Raritan Computer, 5B Technologies selected Intershop Enfinity to power its own e-commerce channel for selling hardware products. The Enfinity solution was quickly and easily deployed, and 5B Technologies now uses it to sell networking and hardware products directly to customers. This new, Enfinity-based, automated sales channel is experiencing rapid customer adoption, and will eventually offer more than 12,000 different products.





"We were able to implement Intershop solutions for a number of our customers, in a very short timeframe, and saw how quickly they realized returns on their investments," said Glenn Nortman, CEO of 5B Technologies. "By automating our sales through Enfinity, we are able to increase revenue, while reducing the time spent on the sales process. Intershop Enfinity's inherent ROI, built-in flexibility and out-of-the-box integration have made it the perfect choice for us and our customers."





"The fact that 5B Technologies chose Intershop as both a customer and a partner is a testament to the strength of the Enfinity solution," said Phil Oreste, president of Intershop Americas. "E-commerce is constantly evolving, and Intershop Enfinity gives 5B and its customers the power to capitalize on all selling opportunities -- whether they be e-marketplaces, Web sites, distributors, traditional retail or emerging channels."





About 5B Technologies Corporation





5B Technologies Corporation is a comprehensive business solutions provider, offering customers a wide range of integrated services, including customized design and development of Internet infrastructure and commerce solutions, information technology consulting, local area network and web site security, systems integration and staffing services. For additional information, the Company can be found on the World Wide Web at www.5btech.com.





About Intershop





Intershop Communications, Inc., is a leading provider of e-business applications for enterprises selling through multiple channels. Intershop's feature-rich e-business applications enable companies to sell direct, through distributors and marketplaces, and integrate with brick and mortar operations. Specifically designed to support the many ways that organizations sell, Intershop's solutions are designed for quick implementation and seamless integration into existing systems. Intershop provides applications and solutions to some of the world's largest enterprises, including Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Motorola, Shell and Time Warner. Founded in 1992, Intershop is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan and the United Kingdom and can be found on the World Wide Web at www.intershop.com.





This press release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future financial and operational performance of Intershop. Actual events or performance may differ materially from those contained or implied in such forward-looking statements. Risks and uncertainties that could lead to such difference could include, among other things: Intershop's limited operating history, the unpredictability of future revenues and expenses and potential fluctuations in revenues and operating results, consumer trends, the level of competition, seasonality, the timing and success of international expansion efforts, risks related to electronic security, possible governmental regulation, and the ability to manage a rapidly growing business. Additional information regarding factors that potentially could affect Intershop's business, financial condition and operating results is included in Intershop's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including in the prospectus dated September 28, 2000, relating to Intershop's public offering of common stock.





NOTE: All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. SOURCE Intershop Communications, Inc.





-0- 02/05/2001





/CONTACT: Jason Klein of Intershop Communications, Inc., 415-844-3886, or j.klein@intershop.com/





/Web site: http://www.5btech.com/





/Web site: http://www.intershop.com/

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301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderWarum kommt diese Meldung nicht in Deutschland????

 
  
    #2
05.02.01 16:11
Ist doch sehr positiv fürs US geschäft was Intershop gemacht hat, gute strateg. Partnerschaft.

Es interessiert wohl die Dt. Bank nicht weil sie unbedingt Kurse von 3 Euro haben möchte um selber günstig einzusteigen.


Gruss
 

301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderHot II, diese kam jetzt gerade 9,35 US Zeit, wahns

 
  
    #3
05.02.01 16:16
PR Newswire, 02/5/2001 09:35

EDS Launches New Edition of E.store Xpress to Cut Time-to-Web for e-Commerce Merchants


/FROM PR NEWSWIRE DALLAS 888-776-3971/ [STK] EDS ISHP [IN] CPR MLM ECM [SU] TO BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY EDITORS:


EDS Launches New Edition of E.store Xpress to Cut Time-to-Web for e-Commerce



































Merchants












Company Selects Intershop Enfinity to Power New Offering









Online Shopping Market Expected to Grow to $78 Billion by 2003





PLANO, Texas, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- EDS (NYSE:EDS) today announced a new edition of E.store Xpress, an off-the-shelf tool to help merchants significantly reduce the time it takes to build e-commerce storefronts for the burgeoning online shopping market. As the engine to power one version of E.store Xpress, EDS selected Enfinity, the flagship e-business solution offered by Intershop Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:ISHP; Neuer Markt: ISH).





Built on Unix and Intel platforms, the new edition of E.store Xpress complements the existing edition, launched at last year's Microsoft's Enterprise 2000 event. The previous edition includes Windows 2000, SQLServer 2000 and Commerce Server 2000.





"This new edition of E.store Xpress, based on Intershop technology, opens the door for more businesses to take advantage of the digital economy," said Brad Rucker, president of EDS bluesphere, EDS' new interactive agency. "For many of our clients, fast time to market -- particularly getting their Web site up and running -- is critical. We've selected Intershop Enfinity as a standard for EDS bluesphere's e-business solutions because the product can be quickly implemented, easily integrated with existing systems and still evolve to meet the growing, changing business needs of our enterprise clients."





EDS' E.store Xpress tool is aimed at the exploding market for electronic commerce. According to Jupiter Communications, U.S. online spending will grow from $23.1 billion in 2000 to $78 billion by 2003.





"When building an e-business solution, there is no substitute for practical experience and a proven track record," said Stephan Schambach, CEO of Intershop. "EDS offers four decades of expertise in all aspects of commerce: strategy, implementation, hosting and Web strategies, along with global reach. These strengths combined with Intershop's world-class e-business solution, means that customers reap the benefits of tried and true technical expertise and cutting-edge technology. Teaming with EDS will help us meet the growing worldwide demand for our products."





E.store Xpress will enable retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers and distributors to capture this growth by implementing sophisticated, fully functional e-commerce storefronts on the World Wide Web in a fraction of the time it would take to create a site using labor-intensive manual programming.





The tool contains all of the core functions that virtually all retail and wholesale web sites share. The client selects the functions in E.store Xpress that are required, and works closely with EDS bluesphere's web site developers and designers to add customized functionality and give the electronic storefront a unique and appealing facade tailored to the needs of the enterprise. Typically, an e-commerce site can be set up in approximately 30 days.





Business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) companies can use E.store Xpress to their advantage. The service includes cost-competitive site hosting and support services intended to get the company up and selling on the Web in short order.





About Intershop





Intershop Communications, Inc., is a leading provider of e-business applications for enterprises selling through multiple channels. Intershop's feature-rich e-business applications enable companies to sell direct, through distributors and marketplaces, and integrate with brick and mortar operations. Specifically designed to support the many ways that organizations sell, Intershop's solutions are designed for quick implementation and seamless integration into existing systems. Intershop provides applications and solutions to some of the world's largest enterprises, including Hewlett- Packard, Intel, Motorola, Shell and Time Warner. Founded in 1992, Intershop is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan and the United Kingdom and can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.intershop.com.





About EDS





EDS, the leading global services company, provides strategy, implementation and hosting for clients managing the business and technology complexities of the digital economy. EDS brings together the world's best technologies to address critical client business imperatives. It helps clients eliminate boundaries, collaborate in new ways, establish their customers' trust and continuously seek improvement. EDS, with its management consulting subsidiary, A.T. Kearney, serves the world's leading companies and governments in 55 countries. EDS reported revenues of $18.5 billion in 1999. The company's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. Learn more at www.eds.com.





The statements in this news release that are not historical statements, including statements regarding the amount of new contract values, are forward- looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. These statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond EDS' control, that could cause actual results to differ materially from such statements. For information concerning these risks and uncertainties, see EDS' most recent Form 10-Q as well as Intershop's most recent Form 6-K. EDS and Intershop disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.





INTERSHOP is a registered trademark of INTERSHOP Communications, Inc. All other company and product names are property of their respective owners.






CONTACT:






John Clendening - EDS






972-797-9494






john.clendening@eds.com






Sabrina Austin - Intershop






415-844-3738






s.austin@intershop.com SOURCE Electronic Data Systems Corporation





-0- 02/05/2001





/CONTACT: John Clendening of Electronic Data Systems Corporation, 972-797-9494, or john.clendening@eds.com; or Sabrina Austin of Intershop Communications, Inc., 415-844-3738, or s.austin@intershop.com/





/Web site: http://www.eds.com

















http://www.intershop.com /

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301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderHier nochmals sorry ihr müsst das lesen!!!

 
  
    #4
05.02.01 16:26
PR Newswire, 02/5/2001 09:35

EDS Launches New Edition of E.store Xpress to Cut Time-to-Web for e-Commerce Merchants


/FROM PR NEWSWIRE DALLAS 888-776-3971/ [STK] EDS ISHP [IN] CPR MLM ECM [SU] TO BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY EDITORS:


EDS Launches New Edition of E.store Xpress to Cut Time-to-Web for e-Commerce


Company Selects Intershop Enfinity to Power New Offering


Online Shopping Market Expected to Grow to $78 Billion by 2003


PLANO, Texas, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- EDS (NYSE:EDS) today announced a new edition of E.store Xpress, an off-the-shelf tool to help merchants significantly reduce the time it takes to build e-commerce storefronts for the burgeoning online shopping market. As the engine to power one version of E.store Xpress, EDS selected Enfinity, the flagship e-business solution offered by Intershop Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:ISHP; Neuer Markt: ISH).


Built on Unix and Intel platforms, the new edition of E.store Xpress complements the existing edition, launched at last year's Microsoft's Enterprise 2000 event. The previous edition includes Windows 2000, SQLServer 2000 and Commerce Server 2000.



"This new edition of E.store Xpress, based on Intershop technology, opens the door for more businesses to take advantage of the digital economy," said Brad Rucker, president of EDS bluesphere, EDS' new interactive agency. "For many of our clients, fast time to market -- particularly getting their Web site up and running -- is critical. We've selected Intershop Enfinity as a standard for EDS bluesphere's e-business solutions because the product can be quickly implemented, easily integrated with existing systems and still evolve to meet the growing, changing business needs of our enterprise clients."


EDS' E.store Xpress tool is aimed at the exploding market for electronic commerce. According to Jupiter Communications, U.S. online spending will grow from $23.1 billion in 2000 to $78 billion by 2003.


"When building an e-business solution, there is no substitute for practical experience and a proven track record," said Stephan Schambach, CEO of Intershop. "EDS offers four decades of expertise in all aspects of commerce: strategy, implementation, hosting and Web strategies, along with global reach. These strengths combined with Intershop's world-class e-business solution, means that customers reap the benefits of tried and true technical expertise and cutting-edge technology. Teaming with EDS will help us meet the growing worldwide demand for our products."


E.store Xpress will enable retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers and distributors to capture this growth by implementing sophisticated, fully functional e-commerce storefronts on the World Wide Web in a fraction of the time it would take to create a site using labor-intensive manual programming.

The tool contains all of the core functions that virtually all retail and wholesale web sites share. The client selects the functions in E.store Xpress that are required, and works closely with EDS bluesphere's web site developers and designers to add customized functionality and give the electronic storefront a unique and appealing facade tailored to the needs of the enterprise. Typically, an e-commerce site can be set up in approximately 30 days.


Business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) companies can use E.store Xpress to their advantage. The service includes cost-competitive site hosting and support services intended to get the company up and selling on the Web in short order.


About Intershop

Intershop Communications, Inc., is a leading provider of e-business applications for enterprises selling through multiple channels. Intershop's feature-rich e-business applications enable companies to sell direct, through distributors and marketplaces, and integrate with brick and mortar operations. Specifically designed to support the many ways that organizations sell, Intershop's solutions are designed for quick implementation and seamless integration into existing systems. Intershop provides applications and solutions to some of the world's largest enterprises, including Hewlett- Packard, Intel, Motorola, Shell and Time Warner. Founded in 1992, Intershop is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Korea, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan and the United Kingdom and can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.intershop.com.


About EDS


EDS, the leading global services company, provides strategy, implementation and hosting for clients managing the business and technology complexities of the digital economy. EDS brings together the world's best technologies to address critical client business imperatives. It helps clients eliminate boundaries, collaborate in new ways, establish their customers' trust and continuously seek improvement. EDS, with its management consulting subsidiary, A.T. Kearney, serves the world's leading companies and governments in 55 countries. EDS reported revenues of $18.5 billion in 1999. The company's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. Learn more at www.eds.com.


The statements in this news release that are not historical statements, including statements regarding the amount of new contract values, are forward- looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. These statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond EDS' control, that could cause actual results to differ materially from such statements. For information concerning these risks and uncertainties, see EDS' most recent Form 10-Q as well as Intershop's most recent Form 6-K. EDS and Intershop disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.


INTERSHOP is a registered trademark of INTERSHOP Communications, Inc. All other company and product names are property of their respective owners.



CONTACT:


John Clendening - EDS


972-797-9494

john.clendening@eds.com


Sabrina Austin - Intershop

415-844-3738


s.austin@intershop.com SOURCE Electronic Data Systems Corporation





-0- 02/05/2001





/CONTACT: John Clendening of Electronic Data Systems Corporation, 972-797-9494, or john.clendening@eds.com; or Sabrina Austin of Intershop Communications, Inc., 415-844-3738, or s.austin@intershop.com/





/Web site: http://www.eds.com

















http://www.intershop.com /

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386 Postings, 8906 Tage $4u+me...und wieso reagiert der US-Kurs nicht?

 
  
    #5
05.02.01 16:26
3,875$ (Faktor 2) -3,12% 16:25 Uhr  

301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderIn USA im Augenblick mehr Kaufinteresse als Verkäu o.T.

 
  
    #6
05.02.01 16:28

7885 Postings, 8980 Tage ReinyboySoll ich jetzt rein ??

 
  
    #7
05.02.01 16:35
Sind die Meldungen wirklich top ????







Danke



Mfg      Reinyboy  

9161 Postings, 9041 Tage hjw2VORSICHT...!!!, lächerlicher Umstz.2700 Stck/USA o.T.

 
  
    #8
05.02.01 16:40

301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderNatürlich sind die Meldungen top, den gerade in

 
  
    #9
05.02.01 16:49
den USA scheint Intershop probleme zu haben. Mit vernünftigen Vertriebspartnern haben die dort sehr wohl eine Chance, aber natürlich will meine dt. Bank lieber einen Kurs von 3 Euro um selbst billig einzusteigen.

Jeder soll das tun was er wiel reinboy aber im Augenblick sieht es bei Intershop garnicht so schlecht aus, und nach diesen Meldungen schon garnicht!!  

7885 Postings, 8980 Tage Reinyboy5B Tech. MK 5,5 Mill. $

 
  
    #10
05.02.01 16:55
Also ob das der große Wurf ist ?????  

301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderFür ne Firma die lt. Dt.Bank kurz vor der Pleite s

 
  
    #11
05.02.01 16:57
steht find ich es nicht schlecht!

Kleine Brötchen backen heisst die Devise.

Gruss  

301 Postings, 9146 Tage Shareholder@reinboy, gruss Shareholder

 
  
    #12
05.02.01 17:06
EDS reported revenues of $18.5 billion in 1999. The company's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. Learn more at www.eds.com.

So klein ist EDS nicht!!!!!
Bei 5BTech gebe ich Dir recht, aber es ist der richtige Weg!!!!  

409 Postings, 8645 Tage EspritKönnten die News gefakt sein?? Weil nur in USA??

 
  
    #13
05.02.01 17:12
Besteht die Möglichkeit?
Warum kann man nirgendwo (Homepages der betr. Firmen, News-Seiten diverser Boards) darüber lesen?
Hab noch nix gefunden...

Kann irgendjemand die News bestätigen???  

409 Postings, 8645 Tage EspritOK... Sorry! KEIN FAKE!!! Hier die Bestätigung:

 
  
    #14
05.02.01 17:18

301 Postings, 9146 Tage ShareholderIch glaube ich spinne, die News sind echt!!!!!!!!!

 
  
    #15
05.02.01 17:18
Sag mal Esprit spinnst du eigentlich, warum sollte ich mir die Mühe machen und hier alles auf Englsich schreiben.

Gehe selber in Quote.com rein, unter dem Kürzel ISHP wirst due die Meldungen schon sehen ich gaub ich träume!!

Oder unter Bloomber.com!!!!

Gruss  

409 Postings, 8645 Tage Esprit@ Shareholder: Mann... ich meinte doch nicht, dass

 
  
    #16
05.02.01 17:27
DU die Nachrichten gefakt hättest!!!!!
So ein Schwachsinn! Würd ich doch nie so grundlos jemandem unterstellen!

Hätte ja sein können (wie bei anderen Companies schon vorgekommen), das da gezielt ne Falschmeldung in den Umlauf gebracht wird.

Das DU sowas nicht machst, war mir schon klar!

Also, komm wieder runter: Sorry für die Aufregung! Tut mir Leid!
:)  

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