Geac appears to have at least learned some hard lessons and it should not fall again in the trap of its former rampant acquisition strategy in a number of unrelated, diverse fields. Further, Geac's strengths today remain its geographical spread, restored financial health, retained level of products’ diversity, and its savvy of industry business process in the chosen vertical sectors. The company seems to have become highly attuned to the needs of the mid-market, with many loyal long term customers currently enjoying considerable service & support attention.
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Enterprise Solutions division still ranks among Top 5 global ERP vendors based solely on revenues and customer base, as the company has more than 7,000 customers in 55 countries (around 150,000 users), around 3,700 staff globally, and R&D expenditure in fiscal 2002 totaling over Can$90 million. Consequently, the Geac of today has turned into an appealing combination of back-to-basics, stable, pragmatic, manufacturing-focused ERP software developer and implementer, and modern collaborative, web-based