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Lawson Asserts Itself, Draws A Bead On Bigger Players
With the new functional and technological enhancements to its flagship suite due in August, Lawson Software throws a gauntlet to direct, bigger competitors

telecommunications industry key players  services, public sector and telecommunications segments of the market. Lawson will continue to concentrate its internal sales efforts on its traditional vertical markets and to rely on partners to address and develop a particular industry's needs. Look for Lawson's expansion into another service industry market (e.g., utilities) and for its abstaining from manufacturing in the foreseeable future. Early involvement in ASP deployment (owing to its advanced product technology) and consequent securing of

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