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PeopleSoft Plays Hardball
No more a nice guy with PeopleSoft! Its strong Q4 2000 results and alleged string of wins over its direct competitors have stirred up some emotions and knee

peoplesoft architecture  and Financial Services. While PeopleSoft has attempted a new tack of addressing manufacturers' needs by focusing its manufacturing solutions on the following five industries: Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), High-Tech, Wholesale-Distribution, Utilities, and Communications, its competitive position is not going to improve dramatically very soon. To that end, expect more aggressive PeopleSoft's moves both on the acquisition and joint ventures fronts in order to provide a strong solution for manufacturing. It

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ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)

Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, and project management capabilities. Depending on the vertical market, additional industry-specific functionality may be included to address unique business requirements. Consequently, project-centric systems for accounting, architecture, construction, engineering, and professional services industries will support project management functionality; whereas health care, field service, distribution, and government systems will support functionality unique to those vertical markets. 

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PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 2: Market Impact


With a large investment in architecture made early, PeopleSoft has so far resisted the downturn in the market and has gained ground by making its core applications a compelling choice. However, the company has tempted the fate with touting that its product architecture would make it bulletproof to the weak economy, making the market reward it at that stage for being the poster child of a success in the tough environment. One should not be surprised with the market’s harsh knee-jerk reprisal once the pure-Internet magic was dented with the latest tamed results.

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To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed PeopleSoft's Michael Daniels. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture and database management as they relate to the PeopleSoft Enterprise Resource Planning suite of products.

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PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 2: Strengths and Challenges


PeopleSoft invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop new Internet-based enterprise applications. It now has a pure Internet platform a new set of products and a new assertive attitude. This part examines the strengths and challenges PeopleSoft now faces in today’s cutthroat competitive environment.

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Now that PeopleSoft has a pure Internet platform, a new set of products and a new assertive attitude, it faces strong retaliatory actions from the competition. Can it achieve number two in the ERP space?

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PeopleSoft Building Muscles To Overcome The Rough Patch Part 1


The year 2001, which was an exceptional year of financial performance for PeopleSoft, including record total revenue, record profit, and more than $500 million of generated cash, might have become its liability as well, as it might be quite difficult to repeat.

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A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture


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Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft


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Implementing a High Performance Service-oriented Architecture


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