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'Collaborative Commerce': ERP, CRM, e-Proc, and SCM Unite! A Series Study: PeopleSoft
PeopleSoft has risen from its relatively humble origins in the Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) arena, its sole focus as it begun life in 1987. Over

peoplesoft articles  Unite! A Series Study: PeopleSoft R. Garland - November 26, 2001 Introduction  In the early 90's, ERP came of age. Everyone had to have the functionality ERP packages promised. Since then, as Web and Internet technologies have matured, CRM on the front end, and e-Procurement and Supply Chain Management on the back end, have come into their own. Now in 2001, the catchphrase is Collaborative Commerce, where we unite all of the above elements into one coherent system within and between organizations. Read More
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Great Plains ASP - Evolution, Revolution, Innovation
On September 18, 2000, Great Plains (Nasdaq: GPSI), announced the expansion of its Application Service Provider (ASP) initiative. Great Plains has evolved its

peoplesoft articles  upper market players like Peoplesoft, Oracle, and SAP struggle with comprehensive solutions, pricing architectures, compatible versions and limiting channel sales conflict, Great Plains is embracing their sales network. The company's recent Stampede event is testament to their dedication to partners for mutual success. Endorsing partners such as ManagedOps.com who deliver rapid deployment and gold standard efficiencies benefits both companies. In an evolving market, which is estimated to reach 22 Read More
The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its

peoplesoft articles  work toward that goal. PeopleSoft , known primarily for its HRMS solutions, started developing software in the mid 1980s, PeopleSoft has since developed an all-in-one enterprise application. The current version, PeopleSoft 8 , claims to be 100 percent Internet-based and contains no code on the client. However, according to the PeopleTools 8.4 Hardware and Software Requirements document, the client machine for a PeopleTools power user must include almost 650 MB of data, (e.g., Microsoft Office, Read More
The Incredibly Shrinking Platform--and Price!
The transformation to a new supply chain technology market wave is already occurring. That’s good news for some and bad for others. This article describes the

peoplesoft articles  centers. At a recent PeopleSoft executive conference, PeopleSoft, in partnership with IBM's SMB group announced an ERP package on the server for $100k!!! Linux—the close- to-free operating system, has become highly embraced by CIOs, and is sold by the big three—IBM, HP and Sun, with all these firms continuing to drop their pricing on Linux. Software firms report more and more requests for Linux based ERP, as well. In the Wall Street Journal 's mid-year report, it was telling what group filled the 3 Read More
Bank is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce
TD Bank of Canada has entered into a partnership with Commerce One to create an E-purchasing marketplace in Canada. As the first such endeavor, the bank hopes

peoplesoft articles  Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft ). The new marketplace will serve customers of all sizes, and after its initial offering of straight purchasing, will extend to these customers additional services such as dynamic trading, purchase cards and third-party services in information technology and logistics. Market Impact As the first to announce such a marketplace in Canada, TD Bank has a perfect right to say that it is defining the market. However, its announcement raises a larger question. Who should create 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 articles  Oracle's harsh comments about PeopleSoft products. While Oracle's stance has since changed, impressions will still linger, and Oracle will have to deliver on its public relations promises. Just as end users are abuzz, so too are vendors who see consolidation as an opportunity to replace existing systems with their products. This brings us to a key question: for both users and vendors, what do the efforts by these replacement vendors mean? While there might have been many poignant and well-articulated Read More
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Asset Lifecycle Management
Oracle | JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Asset Lifecycle Management (formerly PeopleSoft) focuses on tactical execution and provides the visibility and tools to

peoplesoft articles  Asset Lifecycle Management (formerly PeopleSoft) focuses on tactical execution and provides the visibility and tools to help drive value across the asset lifecycle. From capital planning and budgeting, to procurement and operations, to maintenance and repair, PeopleSoft's integrated asset lifecycle management (ALM) solutions can help manage the vital pieces of equipment in plants, construction sites, or across corporate real estate facilities. Read More
PeopleSoft Strategy a Good Deal for JD Edwards Customers
Putting PeopleSoft's strategy to work for the JD Edwards community. What can the JD Edwards install-base expect from the PeopleSoft merger?

peoplesoft articles  team of the new PeopleSoft addressed a tough audience of financial and industry analysts this day. We got to ask them the tough questions on the JD Edwards/PeopleSoft merger. This merger is about product expansion, not consolidation is Craig Conway's (CEO of PeopleSoft) commitment and mantra to customers and investors. His analogy is the Jaguar, purchased by the Ford Motor Company. Ford did not eliminate the Jaguar—it made it better. PeopleSoft's objective is to take aim, first and foremost, at SAP. Read More
French Government awards ERP contract to Peoplesoft
On October 29, The French government awarded PeopleSoft the first contract of its Accord Mission - a project to integrate computing across all state departments

peoplesoft articles  awards ERP contract to Peoplesoft Event Summary On October 29, the French government awarded the first contract of its Accord Mission, a project to integrate computing across all state departments. The first project will see 15 ministries install an accountancy package from Peoplesoft, in conjunction with Sequent and French systems integrator, Steria. The three companies beat off competition from SAP with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and Oracle with Cap Gemini. The government declined to put a value to the Read More
Special Report: SAP BusinessObjects Explorer
Learn more about SAP BusinessObjects in this special report, featuring three SAP Insider articles about business intelligence (BI). Part one explains how better

peoplesoft articles  Report: SAP BusinessObjects Explorer Learn more about SAP BusinessObjects in this special report, featuring three SAP Insider articles about business intelligence (BI). Part one explains how better interaction with your business data yields better answers to your questions; part two examines whether BI is ready for a broader audience; and part three sheds some light on how decision makers in four different industries are using BusinessObjects. Read More
SAP, PeopleSoft Earnings Look Brighter; ERP Strikes Back
On January 7, taking many by surprise, enterprise software giant SAP pre-announced fourth quarter earnings, saying pre-tax earnings had doubled the final

peoplesoft articles  PeopleSoft Earnings Look Brighter; ERP Strikes Back Event Summary 1990s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) juggernaut SAP AG is heading into the new millennium looking like its old self, and its rival PeopleSoft is not looking too bad either. Surprising many, enterprise software giant SAP pre-announced strong fourth quarter earnings, saying pre-tax earnings had doubled the final quarter of 1999 after a third-quarter profit warning. License revenue skyrocketed 40% to 800M EUR ($822.7M U.S.) in the Read More
More Vendors Bail on Oracle in Favor of IBM
Oracle’s focus on software application markets is impacting its Database business. Recently SAP AG and Siebel Systems, i2 Technologies, Inc., and PeopleSoft

peoplesoft articles  According to the vendors, PeopleSoft will use DB2 Universal Database as its primary Unix development platform for PeopleSoft 8, which is their latest Internet-based architecture. PeopleSoft 7.5 applications are now available on DB2 UDB for Sun Solaris, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, IBM AIX, and IBM OS/390. In addition, IBM has standardized on and is deploying Siebel eBusiness Applications across its entire customer-facing infrastructure, uniting sales, service, marketing, and call center professionals, Read More
PeopleSoft Remains Rock-Hard And Economy Proof
PeopleSoft again exceeded Wall Street estimates in another stellar quarterly performance, with more than 100 new customers and with more than half the deals for

peoplesoft articles  Rock-Hard And Economy Proof PeopleSoft Remains Rock-Hard And Economy Proof P.J. Jakovljevic - November 15, 2001 Event Summary On October 18, PeopleSoft (NASDAQ: PSFT), one of the leading business applications providers, announced record income from recurring operations for the third quarter ended September 30, 2001. Income from recurring operations increased by 113% to a record of $50 million, up from $23 million in the same quarter of 2000. Total revenue increased 15% over the third quarter of last year Read More

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