It appears a competitor took a jab at JCDA in a press release today. I'm not worried about it because JCDA still has great positioning in the market place. But maybe some beleive what this article says. Techies out there -you ever hear of these guys?
""California Software plans to move to AMEX to achieve its potential as a solid growth technology stock. We expect annual revenue will continue its dramatic growth trend and should increase again by approximately 200% year-over-year. We also anticipate profits to exceed competitors such as Jacada (NASDAQ: JCDA)," commented Kate Tague, Marketing and Communications for California Software Corp.
It's a claim, (completely unsubstantiated), that their profits will exceed those of JCDA but they don't say when that might happen or give any other details. Also, there is no criticism in the comments nor is there any comparison between products and as far as I can tell it's just an OTC BB company blowing a little hot air. Added to that, their big goal in life is to get listed on the AMEX. Big deal.
I've used Baby/400 before. It allows you to emulate the AS/400 environment on a PC. I'm not sure how California Software considers Jacada a competitor. As far as I know California Software doesn't have a solution for web enabling existing legacy apps. Let alone creating Java applets out of them. California Software will be an interesting stock to watch though. Their products aren't bad, I just don't see them providing the same solution as Jacada.
Raging Bull....there has been talk over there for the last two weeks about California Software (CAWC)..I think that it is good to see what CAWC is doing. Jacada and its management needs to wake up or they are going to lose its position in the marketplace (if you can even say that they have a position in the marketplace).