Oracle Corporation et al v. SAP AG et al

Filing 657

Declaration of Zachary J. Alinder in Support of 649 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment filed byOracle International Corporation, Oracle USA Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1, # 2 Exhibit 2, # 3 Exhibit 3, # 4 Exhibit 4, # 5 Exhibit 5, # 6 Exhibit 6, # 7 Exhibit 7, # 8 Exhibit 8, # 9 Exhibit 9, # 10 Exhibit 10, # 11 Exhibit 11, # 12 Exhibit 12, # 13 Exhibit 13, # 14 Exhibit 14, # 15 Exhibit 15, # 16 Exhibit 16, # 17 Exhibit 17, # 18 Exhibit 18, # 19 Exhibit 19, # 20 Exhibit 20, # 21 Exhibit 21, # 22 Exhibit 22, # 23 Exhibit 23, # 24 Exhibit 24, # 25 Exhibit 25, # 26 Exhibit 26, # 27 Exhibit 27, # 28 Exhibit 28, # 29 Exhibit 29, # 30 Exhibit 30, # 31 Exhibit 31, # 32 Exhibit 32, # 33 Exhibit 33, # 34 Exhibit 34, # 35 Exhibit 35, # 36 Exhibit 36, # 37 Exhibit 37, # 38 Exhibit 38, # 39 Exhibit 39, # 40 Exhibit 40, # 41 Exhibit 41, # 42 Exhibit 42, # 43 Exhibit 43, # 44 Exhibit 44, # 45 Exhibit 45, # 46 Exhibit 46, # 47 Exhibit 47, # 48 Exhibit 48, # 49 Exhibit 49, # 50 Exhibit 50, # 51 Exhibit 51, # 52 Exhibit 52, # 53 Exhibit 53, # 54 Exhibit 54 - 1, # 55 Exhibit 54 - 2, # 56 Exhibit 55, # 57 Exhibit 56, # 58 Exhibit 57, # 59 Exhibit 58, # 60 Exhibit 59, # 61 Exhibit 60, # 62 Exhibit 61, # 63 Exhibit 62, # 64 Exhibit 63, # 65 Exhibit 64, # 66 Exhibit 65, # 67 Exhibit 66, # 68 Exhibit 67, # 69 Exhibit 68, # 70 Exhibit 69, # 71 Exhibit 70, # 72 Exhibit 71, # 73 Exhibit 72, # 74 Exhibit 73, # 75 Exhibit 74, # 76 Exhibit 75, # 77 Exhibit 76, # 78 Exhibit 77, # 79 Exhibit 78, # 80 Exhibit 79, # 81 Exhibit 80, # 82 Exhibit 81, # 83 Exhibit 82, # 84 Exhibit 83, # 85 Exhibit 84, # 86 Exhibit 85, # 87 Exhibit 86, # 88 Exhibit 87, # 89 Exhibit 88, # 90 Exhibit 89, # 91 Exhibit 90, # 92 Exhibit 91, # 93 Exhibit 92, # 94 Exhibit 93, # 95 Exhibit 94, # 96 Exhibit 95, # 97 Exhibit 96, # 98 Exhibit 97, # 99 Exhibit 98, # 100 Exhibit 99, # 101 Exhibit 100, # 102 Exhibit 101, # 103 Exhibit 102, # 104 Exhibit 103, # 105 Exhibit 104, # 106 Exhibit 105, # 107 Exhibit 106, # 108 Exhibit 107, # 109 Exhibit 108, # 110 Exhibit 109, # 111 Exhibit 110, # 112 Exhibit 111, # 113 Exhibit 112, # 114 Exhibit 113, # 115 Exhibit 114, # 116 Exhibit 115, # 117 Exhibit 116, # 118 Exhibit 117)(Related document(s) 649 ) (Howard, Geoffrey) (Filed on 3/3/2010)

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Oracle Corporation et al v. SAP AG et al Doc. 657 Att. 52 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page1 of 11 EXHIBIT 53 Dockets.Justia.com Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page2 of 11 Ex 53 - Page 1 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page3 of 11 Business Case January 7, 2005 Ex 53 - Page 2 SAP-OR00136127 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page4 of 11 Executive Summary Actions Taken Corporate Finance was directed by the Executive Board to contact TomorrowNow, Inc. a third party maintenance provider of PeopleSoft and JDE maintenance and support. We met with the CEO, President and CFO of TomorrowNow last week to gain an understanding of the TomorrowNow operations. We have held preliminary negotiations with the Company and believe an offer of $8 - $10 million would be accepted. Conclusions Our market research shows that TomorrowNow is the only meaningful North American provider of third party PeopleSoft maintenance services A TomorrowNow acquisition brings a short time to market advantage and a public relations win. TomorrowNow is a leader in a very small and new field. The TomorrowNow management team is not sophisticated and we do not recommend they operate a full service PSFT/JDE service organization. In the near term, the TomorrowNow model and organization should be utilized to create a 2nd tier level service PSFT/JDE support organization. An acquisition by SAP would create a good level of market disruption and may force a reaction by Oracle (including likely legal action). It is unclear how support fits into SAP's overall plan to drive Peoplesoft customers to SAP applications, (we have made recommendations on Slide 8 as to how the TomorrowNow skill sets, support model and customer base may fit into a full service SAP maintenance, support and migration organization). SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 2 Ex 53 - Page 3 SAP-OR00136128 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page5 of 11 TomorrowNow, Inc. : Company Overview Company Facts Business Description Headquarters: Status: Website: Chairman: Bryan, Texas Private www.tomorrownow.com Andrew Nelson TomorrowNow, Inc. is a professional services firm that provides critical support services to organizations using PeopleSoft Enterprise application software for Human Capital Management, Financials and Supply Chain Management, and Student Administration. TomorrowNow Support Services provides tax and regulatory updates, 24x7 around-the-clock product support, and product fixes to organizations using PeopleSoft Inc.'s products. TomorrowNow serves the support needs of 54 organizations operating in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1999. Number of Employees: 33 2004 Revenue: Operating Income: $2.65 million $95,400 2004 Operating Margin: 3.5% Customers SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 3 Ex 53 - Page 4 SAP-OR00136129 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page6 of 11 Operations Support Model TomorrowNow offers a limited support policy covering legislative/regulatory updates and "critical issue" fixes to small end user bases in less complex environments Support fees are 50% of the PeopleSoft support price (9 to 10% of license fees) TomorrowNow's sales model focuses on identifying customers with mature and stable systems, primarily PSFT 7.x customers, with a very limited history with PSFT 8.x customers (a much more complex solution) Pitched as "insurance policy" support - provide the basic support to keep existing systems current, low level of interaction, depth of knowledge of customers when engagement occurs (which is not frequent) Leading edge customers (i.e. Schwab) are not the type of customer TomorrowNow can service, average deal sizes are $50,000, (reflecting initial customer license fees of approximately $1 million) Method of Delivery Access to Peoplesoft system is based on a DEMO system non-production copy (install with environment characteristics like customer) which works for stable environments (will not work for newer version or recently implemented modules) TomorrowNow functions as an independent contractor under the customer license agreement, the liability of providing system access is pushed onto the Peoplesoft customer SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 4 Ex 53 - Page 5 SAP-OR00136130 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page7 of 11 Valuation Overview Negotiation Status TomorrowNow initially requested $24 Valuation Summary million After ongoing negotiation, we believe Market Value of Equity of TomorrowNow in kUSD Market Value of Equity of TomorrowNow in kEUR 9,417.2 7,080.6 an offer of $8 - $10 million will be accepted by the Company TomorrowNow, Inc. DCF-Valuation Profit and Loss-Statement Consulting Revenue Total Revenue Direct Wages and related Costs Indirect Costs Total Cost of Services Gross Profit Sales and Marketing Depreciation and Amortization Other operating Expenses Operating Expenses Operating Income Interest Income Interest Expense Income before Income Tax Income Taxes Net Income Actuals 2002 kUSD Actuals 2003 kUSD Actuals 2004 kUSD Forecast 2005 kUSD Forecast 2006 kUSD Forecast 2007 kUSD Forecast 2008 kUSD Forecast 2009 kUSD Forecast 2010 kUSD Forecast 2011 kUSD Forecast 2012 kUSD 461.5 461.5 -272.6 -58.1 -330.8 130.7 -214.6 -4.4 -70.7 -289.7 -159.0 0.5 -2.1 -160.7 0.0 -160.7 1,513.0 1,513.0 -917.6 -105.8 -1,023.4 489.5 -496.2 -13.5 -136.3 -646.0 -156.4 0.0 -18.0 -174.4 0.0 -174.4 2,647.1 2,647.1 -1,250.4 -1,250.4 1,396.7 -838.1 -65.2 -398.0 -1,301.3 95.4 15.7 -23.4 87.7 -35.1 52.6 5,029.5 5,029.5 8,550.1 8,550.1 12,825.2 12,825.2 15,390.2 15,390.2 18,468.3 18,468.3 20,315.1 20,315.1 22,346.6 22,346.6 23,240.5 23,240.5 -2,514.7 2,514.7 -1,609.4 -165.0 -754.4 -2,528.9 -14.1 10.1 -4.1 1.6 -2.4 -4,275.1 4,275.1 -2,736.0 -355.7 -1,282.5 -4,374.2 -99.2 17.0 -82.1 32.9 -49.3 -6,412.6 6,412.6 -3,975.8 -611.7 -1,795.5 -6,383.1 29.5 23.9 53.5 -21.4 32.1 -7,387.3 8,002.9 -4,617.1 -790.9 -2,000.7 -7,408.7 594.2 32.5 626.7 -250.7 376.0 -8,680.1 9,788.2 -5,540.5 -793.9 -2,216.2 -8,550.6 1,237.6 44.9 1,282.6 -513.0 769.5 -9,345.0 10,970.2 -6,094.5 -714.1 -2,437.8 -9,246.5 1,723.7 59.1 1,782.8 -713.1 1,069.7 -10,056.0 12,290.6 -6,704.0 -657.0 -2,458.1 -9,819.1 2,471.5 74.2 2,545.7 -1,018.3 1,527.4 -10,458.2 12,782.3 -4,648.1 -620.8 -2,324.0 -7,593.0 5,189.3 63.9 5,253.2 -2,101.3 3,151.9 Financial Information Provided by TomorrowNow Management SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 5 Ex 53 - Page 6 SAP-OR00136131 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page8 of 11 SWOT Acquisition Analysis Strengths Very short time to market for offering and announcing Weaknesses Management is not sophisticated Customers have been offered 10 year support terms, service offering "No frills" model makes sense for a segment of customers This company has two years of experience building a maintenance and support model Targeting stable and mature PSFT releases and limiting the complexity of the service, appears to be a successful model S discouraging upgrade Solely focused on U.S./Canada market JD Edwards support practice is just starting TomorrowNow has limited experience supporting PSFT 8.x customers The bulk of TomorrowNow personnel are outside Austin, Texas The TomorrowNow model is not unique - a similar model could be replicated by another company W T Opportunities Oracle's deal assumptions are challenged by this Threats The access rights to the Peoplesoft software is very support model - losing support revenue stream forces actions or reactions and is a distraction Oracle's legal challenges to TomorrowNow's ability to provide derivative works/support will require Oracle to also sue its customers - a difficult situation for Oracle There is a level of critical mass with expertise delivering a no frill support model, but scaling is heavily reliant of adding new headcount SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 6 O likely to be challenged by Oracle and past operating issues may be a serious liability if Oracle challenges (i.e., offsite production copies and the form of delivery of regulatory updates may be subject to Oracle challenge) The "no frills"/lower cost model is at odds with SAP's maintenance model - this conflict will create issues among PSFT and SAP customers Its unclear if a "no frills" model is appealing to the broad PSFT customer base or the PSFT customer base that are most successfully converted to SAP Ex 53 - Page 7 SAP-OR00136132 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page9 of 11 Acquisition Structure, Due Diligence and Indemnities Acquisition Structure SAP AG 100% of Stock $8 -10 MM Cash SAP AG, or a wholly-owned affiliate, acquires 100% of the stock of TomorrowNow, Inc., for cash, subject to representations and warranties of the stockholders and appropriate indemnities SAP will leave Texas corporation in existence as a liability shield for any potential claims TomorrowNow, Inc., a Texas corporation Due Diligence All offers would be non-binding and subject to complete due diligence, areas of primary concern and focus include: Legal A full and complete assessment of the legality of the service model and the method of delivery by internal and external counsel. SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 7 Financial A full assessment of the financial results, accounting practices and internal controls, including an financial integration assessment and Sarbanes-Oxley internal control and reporting issues. HR A full assessment of the skills, salaries and benefits offered by the Company. Ex 53 - Page 8 SAP-OR00136133 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page10 of 11 Potential Operational Structure Operational Model Build upon TomorrowNow framework by enhancing service offerings New Offering providing same level of service as SAP at SAP standard rates Likely need someone from New Offering to assist in migration to SAP solutions Likely need someone from outside TomorrowNow PSFT and JDE Service Offerings outside TomorrowNow Platin um Maintenance and Support Gold Maintenance and Support Migration Services Continue offering same level of support and maintenance TomorrowNow offers to its customer base with same pricing model (9-10%) of license fee TomorrowNow Management Operates Offer 2-year employment agreements (containing non- competition and non-solicitation restrictions) to Andrew Nelson, CEO and Seth Ravin, President SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 8 Ex 53 - Page 9 SAP-OR00136134 Case4:07-cv-01658-PJH Document657-53 Filed03/03/10 Page11 of 11 Conclusions TomorrowNow is a leader in a very new and small field TomorrowNow brings a short time to market advantage and a PR win The TomorrowNow management team is not sophisticated and we do not recommend they operate a full service PSFT/JDE service organization. In the near term the TomorrowNow model and organization should be utilized to create a 2nd tier level service PSFT/JDE support organization. An acquisition by SAP would create a good level of market disruption and force a reaction by Oracle Should further consider: issues of legal liability, the public relations impact of any litigation, and the likely cost around defending the right to provide PeopleSoft support. The Authorization Request a Non-Binding Offer, subject to complete due diligence, to acquire TomorrowNow, Inc. for between USD$8 - $10 million Extend external legal and financial advisors to begin due diligence process Engage SAP AG 2002, Title of Presentation, Speaker Name 9 Ex 53 - Page 10 SAP-OR00136135

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