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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 Read More

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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

peoplesoft architecture  lists) creation. Moreover, the PeopleSoft 8 product features architecture that may improve the ability to support internal and external enterprise processes, which will increase the need for employee and managerial self-service functionality and access to e-HR communities. By delivering PeopleSoft MarketPay and PeopleSoft MarketPlace products, the company has extended its HR and financial systems expertise and taken a thought leadership over its direct competitors, which are currently only at early Read More
The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check
While customers may be bemused if not concerned about the Oracle/PeopleSoft merger, they are from a traditionally risk-adverse market. Despite the lush deals

peoplesoft architecture  running on the top-of-the-range PeopleSoft Enterprise product. New Accounts and the Big Few Of course the Big Few, which are vendors with over $1 billion (USD) in revenue and at least 20,000 clients, will continue to sell new accounts, particularly to unpenetrated or emerging markets. In Asia-Pacific, East and Central Europe, Africa, and South America, new accounts will represent significant license growth. This infusion of fresh blood is also important for the future health of these companies, driving Read More
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

peoplesoft architecture  a differentiation in mind, PeopleSoft has been since 2000 a pure Internet architecture software evangelist, which is an achievement that took over $500 million and 2,000 developers per year resources. The result is a wide-ranging collaborative enterprise system with no client software to maintain and very good visibility of real-time information and data for anyone anywhere, with the ability to maintain multiple data models and distributed databases. With a large investment in architecture made early, Peo Read More
PeopleSoft on Client/Server and Database Issues
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed PeopleSoft's Michael Daniels. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture

peoplesoft architecture  PeopleSoft on how the PeopleSoft ERP product performs in the areas of client/server architecture and database management. Question: Is PeopleSoft designed as a fault tolerant environment? Exactly how is this accomplished? Is the failover manual or automatic? Mr. Daniels: PeopleSoft clients use a round robin approach to connect to application servers. The client has a configuration file that contains a number of IP address/port combinations that define the locations of the application servers that the pa Read More
PeopleSoft - Are Business Intelligence and e-Commerce Enough?
PeopleSoft is currently developing the PeopleSoft Business Network (PSBN), which should incorporate business transactions, knowledge and analytical tools within

peoplesoft architecture  headquarters in Pleasanton, CA, PeopleSoft is the third-ranked ERP vendor with $1.3 billion in revenue in 1998 (approx. 8% of the global ERP market), behind SAP and Oracle. The Company went public in 1992 and has grown from a $113 million HRMS vendor in 1994 into a $1.3 billion software powerhouse in only five years (see PeopleSoft, Inc. Annual Results Chart). In 1988 PeopleSoft delivered the market's first network-based human resources management system (HRMS) software. The Company has since broadened Read More
Customer Success Story: The Business of Architecture
Eight years ago, architect Kevin Harris, like many other architects, found it difficult to accurately charge clients for his services. But after attending

peoplesoft architecture  Success Story: The Business of Architecture Eight years ago, architect Kevin Harris, like many other architects, found it difficult to accurately charge clients for his services. But after attending courses to learn the proper methods for tracking time and costs, he realized that what he really needed was an integrated system. Since implementing BillQuick time billing and project management solution, Kevin has been able to easily and accurately manage billing. Read More
Data-oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA
Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our

peoplesoft architecture  oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our daily lives. As the scale of integration and complexity grows, so does the need for the appropriate paradigm to address it. In order to scale, system software architecture must be organized around a common-shared information model that can span multiple systems. Read More
Stream-Based Architecture of Software Configuration Management (SCM)
Most software configuration management (SCM) systems rely on metadata annotations to support basic system operations, such as computing the contents of software

peoplesoft architecture  Based Architecture of Software Configuration Management (SCM) Most software configuration management (SCM) systems rely on metadata annotations to support basic system operations, such as computing the contents of software configurations. With AccuRev, configurations are first-class objects called streams, whose contents aren't defined in terms of metadata annotations at all. AccuRev relies on the chronology of SCM operations, enabling users to leverage the incremental nature of the process. BEGINL Read More
Enterprise IT Modernization: Service-oriented Architecture Enterprise Adoption Road Map
With ever-changing technology, businesses often spend too much time and money trying to sustain their outdated systems. But is it possible to maintain a legacy

peoplesoft architecture  IT Modernization: Service-oriented Architecture Enterprise Adoption Road Map With ever-changing technology, businesses often spend too much time and money trying to sustain their outdated systems. But is it possible to maintain a legacy system without the substantial costs of frequently updating it? By adopting service-oriented architecture (SOA)—which provides a suite of automated tools and services for migrating and extending legacy platforms—businesses can maximize quality and minimize Read More
The Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture
One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s

peoplesoft architecture  Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s customizability, adaptability, portability, scalability, and extensibility are all functions of its architecture. A well-designed architecture will thus accommodate growth and adapt to business changes—without affecting the performance of the application or requiring an exhaustive re-implementation. Read More
RFID Architecture Strategy
Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus

peoplesoft architecture  Architecture Strategy RFID Architecture Strategy If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Consequently, enterprise-scale Solution Design and Integration are emerging as key areas in RFID deployments. To realize the potential of RFID, enterprises must have an RFID Architecture strategy that integrates data from the hardware layer with existing systems. Source : Infosys Technologies Resources Related to RFID Architecture Read More
IFS Applications™ 7 Architecture and Technology
IFS Applications is built using the same principles employed by successful manufacturers—the production and assembly of components. This allows change and

peoplesoft architecture  Applications™ 7 Architecture and Technology IFS Applications is built using the same principles employed by successful manufacturers—the production and assembly of components. This allows change and evolution within a component without affecting other components. With a proven track record of building for change, IFS provides step-by-step, non-disruptive introduction of new technologies into operational systems. Read More
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

peoplesoft architecture  Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process Glen B. Alleman is associated with Niwot Ridge Consulting, www.niwotridge.com About This Note: This note is presented in five parts as follows: Introduction to Software Architecture The Architecture Process Steps in the Architecture Process Moving from Planning to Implementation Applying the Methodology Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process Without a framework for defining architecture Read More

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