MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

A few weeks ago, AVEVA teased that it had seen “good” conditions in the market for its engineering and enterprise solutions, but without giving any numbers. European company Mensch und Maschine (MuM) today painted a slightly different picture,...
MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

Rounding out earnings: Delcam and MuM set records

We’re just about done with companies reporting earnings for the year ended December 31, 2012, and it was, by all appearances, a solid year. Lots of uncertainty about what lies ahead but, in general, most companies saw an increase in the numbers and types of...
MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

Ready, Set, Go! MuM revenue, profit up

Hope your seat belt is buckled, because we’re off to a fast start with earnings for the quarter that ended September 30. Today we heard from Mensch und Maschine; later in the week SAP, Dassault Systemes, 3D Systems, Cybernet Systems and Hexagon tell us what...
MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

Quickies: DDD acquires, SAP beats

It’s earnings season, so there’s all sorts of news coming out. Two quick items to note: 3D Systems announced that has acquired Viztu Technologies, the developer of an online platform that turns pictures and videos into printable 3D objects. DDD plans to...
MuM says slow Q2, but demand picking up

MuM scales back acquisitions

A quick update: German company Mensch und Maschine Software (MuM) announced today that a “solid Q2” build on the success of a “strong Q1” to lead to a “good first half of fiscal year 2012”. Recall that MuM sold its distribution...

MuM 2012: Off to a strong start

Mensch and Maschine Software (MuM) today reported that preliminary Q1 figures indicate that revenue from its continuing operations were up about 17%, but in total were about half of that recorded in Q1, 2011. Sales from the proprietary software segment, M + M Software...

MuM’s 2011 shows a VAR in transition

Mensch und Maschine last week gave formal, final results for 2011 that confirmed its earlier disclosure and provides more details — but the big takeaway is that MuM’s new strategy appears to be working. Over the last 18 months or so, MuM has sold off much of its...

Quickies: AspenTech, Cimatron, Comet & MuM

Trying to keep up with the news flow isn’t easy this week! Here are a few tidbits that might have escaped your notice: Aspen Tech has acquired SolidSim Engineering GmbH, a provider of solids process modeling software. It’s a natural combination, since a lot of...

MuM sells distribution business

Mensch und Maschine Software (MuM) just announced that it had sold off its software distribution business to the Tech Data Group for around €25 million, about 2/3 of which which will be paid in at closing and the other 1/3 to be paid out depending on business...

MuM all according to plan

The engineering software public reporting season starts in earnest this week, with Mensch und Maschine (MuM), PTC, Dassault Systemes and Nemetschek releasing information on their second quarter performance and their view of the year still to come.MuM kicked things off...