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CDC Corp. (CHINA) is “One to Watch”

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

CDC Corporation, headquartered in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, operates through its five companies to provide enterprise software, IT consulting services, business services, Internet access and peripheral services, mobile services and applications, and online games. Originally established as in 1995, the company obtained NASDAQ listing in 1999 and changed its name to CDC Corporation to identify its increasingly diversified and global enterprise. Today, the company operates in 14 countries with a staff of 1,800, to operate a wholly or partially owned group of businesses that operate in the core areas of: enterprise application software; IT consulting and services; and mobile value-added services and Internet media services.

The enterprise software companies owned by CDC consist of Ross Systems, Inc., Pivotal Corporation, and IMI, and provide such services as enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management, order management systems, human resources and payroll management, and business intelligence products.

IT consulting and business services are provided by wholly-owned Ion Global, as well as Pacific Connection and Software Galeria subsidiaries in Asia, Australia and N. America, and include information technology services, eBusiness consulting, Web development and outsourcing, and marketing support services via a database.

Internet access and peripheral services are provided in China under the auspices of the company’s 81-percent owned subsidiary, The other portal is provided by, and these two offer a variety of services and content, from marketing platforms for business partners, advertisers and online marketers, to e-mail, dating, search services, yellow pages information, e-business links, news and information and beauty and lifestyle tips to individual subscribers.

Mobile services provides news and applications services like wireless access, multimedia messaging capabilities, interactive voice response and wireless application protocols for the Chinese consumer. Gaming software development takes place in China, and involves massive multiplayer online role playing games and massive multiplayer online games which allow thousands of users to interact with one another in a virtual world. These games are available in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific region.

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CDC Corp. (CHINA) – This is Not a Slow Boat to China

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

CDC Corporation is a company whose focus is on enterprise software applications and services, online games and Internet media. Their family of companies includes CDC Software, CDC Games, and, which focuses on websites for the greater China markets. Trading on NASDAQ as part of the Internet Software and Services industry, CDC Corporation has its headquarters in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

The company’s CDC Software division focuses on being a global provider of software solutions and services to medium and large enterprises. Their solutions include ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), SCM (Supply Chain Management), MOM (Manufacturing Operations Management), CRM (Customer Relationship Management), HRM (Human Resources Management) and BPM (Business Performance Management).

CDC’s Business Services arm has information technology, web development, and business services companies. These companies are in Hong Kong, Australia, Korea, and the U.S., and offer program management, outsourcing services, application development, and continuing support services using a slew of different technologies.

CDC Games is a premier provider of online and mobile games in China. The company pioneered their “free-to-play, pay-for-merchandise” online games model in China with Yulgang. They also launched the first “free-to-play, pay for merchandise FPS (first person shooter)” game in China with Special Force. The company offers their online games throughout China, Asia and Pacific, and North America.

The company’s Internet Media division focuses on online entertainment and Internet services that target the China market. They provide online games and a broad spectrum of online products and services through its website. The company’s Internet Media Products and Services focuses efforts on channels that cover news, military, automobile, sports, games, and wireless services. They offer premium email services with unique domain names such as and The company has also made an investment in the online gaming company, 17Game, which has three games launched in the China market.

This month, CDC Corporation announced that CDC Software, a wholly owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation, has signed an agreement with Rifle-Shot Performance Holdings in which Rifle-Shot will act as the exclusive value-added reseller of CDC Software’s process manufacturing industry solutions throughout Africa. CDC Corporation, it seems, is not taking a slow boat to China, nor anywhere else with its innovative products and services that fulfill various customer needs. They are moving full speed ahead to give their customers and their shareholders the value they want.

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Friday, January 18th, 2008

Every MBA thinks that they have the right ideas for getting product from point “A” to point “B” in the most efficient manner possible. But wouldn’t it be nice if there was a product that actually did the same thing in half the time? Maybe there is?

CDC Software, Inc., a vertically integrated software company, posted preliminary sales records for the fourth quarter 2007. The company’s primary focus is customer driven enterprise software designed to aid in every aspect of efficient production and delivery of product and services to merchant and/or customer. CDC Software, Inc. also operates, an internet portal directed at mainland China.

Enterprise software is an exceptionally profitable area to be working in at the moment. Where many software companies, in general, have been posting respectable gains, enterprise software is posting solid gains. CDC Software, Inc. operates all along the enterprise chain making its ability to attract a variety of potential customers that much easier. Manufacturing to customer response, enterprise software is offered to a variety of diverse customers so that they can get their product there on-time and when it is supposed to be there, every time.

Perhaps being overshadowed by the enterprise software successes that the company is having is the portal to mainland China. The site might be compared to the MSN site that most internet users are familiar with. Having control (or what passes for control when dealing with mainland China) of a portal site such as this offers many possible advantages as Chinese internet users pass 200 million and businesses become a bit more savvy with the ins-and-outs of doing business in China using the internet.

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CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA) is “One to Watch”

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA) provides enterprise software, online games, mobile services and applications, and Internet and media services. The company’s partnerships with international software vendors have helped secure more than 3,500 customers around the world. Word of a new franchise partner strengthens the company’s global reach.

Today the company announced its wholly-owned subsidiary, CDC Software, will launch its Pivotal CRM sales throughout India through its new franchise partner, CDC CRM Solutions Private Ltd. Pivitol CRM covers every aspect of Customer Lifecycle Management including sales, marketing, service automation, partner management, PDAs, SmartPhones and more.

“Companies can leverage Pivotal CRM to help optimize efficiencies, enhance customer service, improve brand loyalty and accelerate business growth,” Nagaraja Prakasam, managing director of CDC Software’s operations in India, stated in a press release. “We expect that Pivotal CRM will not only help TTK Services accomplish these results, but also build competitive advantage in their industry.”

CDC Corp. also recently posted its third-quarter finances, reporting a record $99.6 million in revenue, up 27% from the third-quarter 2006; adjusted net income of $5.3 million for 2007. Total Revenue for CDC Software for the third quarter of 2007 was posted at $89.5 million, up 46% from the year prior.

In a statement, Peter Yip, CEO of CDC Corp., attributed the record quarter to the company’s verticalization strategy; the announcement that the company will enter into a joint venture with FlexSystem; and the continued strategic efforts regarding acquisitions.

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