As you know Titan's Cayenta is aquiring Solutions for Growth (SFg), and the article goes to say that "Current SFG solutions include customers enrollmentand credit worthiness, billing and rate management, collection and deposit,payment processing, customer service, and sttlement with trading partners" On a similar article in CNET News.com a company called Niku files for an IPO, this company provide a software pakage for the services ASG provides. WHAT'S the point? Iternational Data Corp. estimates that the market for packaged software such a s Niku's which automates the supply chain for service industries will grow from approximately $600 million this year to 12 Billion by 2003. And here where the TTN nickle droped, it was very astute for TTN's Cayenta to purchase ASG for a 15 million dollars deal. TTN is positioning it's self for an area that will expand exponentialy that is the area of service for billing and collection on line. I think it was a brilliant move. the article about Niku I found in the CA news. Is there a connection or not it's not the point, the point is that if companies feel confortable contracting their payrol section for a fraction of the cost, they will not hesitate. coments gentelman and ladies? Merry C and happy new year to all TTNies. P.S, I do not own any stock mentioned other then TTN.