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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-jerk dismissive reactions. Whatever the case may be, look for a vigorous PeopleSoft participation in many future software selection deals.

peoplesoft developers  PeopleSoft Plays Hardball PeopleSoft Plays Hardball P.J. Jakovljevic - March 9, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - March 9, 2001 Event Summary On January 30, PeopleSoft Inc. (NASDAQ: PSFT), one of the largest business applications providers, announced record financial results for the quarter ended December 31, 2000. Total revenue of $498 million was the highest reported in company history, and was up 34% over $372 million in the same quarter of 1999 (See Figure 1). The company touted strong market Read More...

Should PeopleSoft be Overly Happy?
PeopleSoft announced financial results and major highlights for the quarter ended March 31.

peoplesoft developers  Should PeopleSoft be Overly Happy? Should PeopleSoft be Overly Happy? P.J. Jakovljevic - June 1, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - June 1, 2000 Event Summary In April, PeopleSoft announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31. Revenues, net income and net income per share for Q1 2000 from recurring operations were $375.4 million, $11.0 million and $0.04, respectively. This compares with revenues, net income and net income per share from recurring operations of $350.1 million, $7.9 million Read More...
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Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods t...
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Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft
E-procurement powerhouse Commerce One creates business-to-business marketplaces in Canada and Latin America It has also launched a phalanx of portals in partnership with PeopleSoft.

peoplesoft developers  Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft D. Geller - December 22, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) announced a broad range of initiatives in E-procurement. Continuing in its apparent strategy to dominate E-procurement outside of the United States (See TEC News Analysis article: Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes...and Elsewhere ), the company will partner with TD Bank Financial Group (NYSE/TSE: TD) to build an electronic marketplace Read More...
PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry
PeopleSoft and Bradley Ward will integrate their products in an alliance aimed at the food processing industry. The completed solution will let companies' link real-time plant floor level data to ERP systems.

peoplesoft developers  PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry Steve McVey - February 28, 2000 Read Comments PeopleSoft Takes Aim at Foods Industry S. McVey - February 28th, 2000 Event Summary PeopleSoft recently announced a partnership with Atlanta-based Bradley Ward Systems, Inc., maker of plant floor execution software for the food industry. The two companies will work to integrate PeopleSoft applications for customer fulfillment, inventory planning, and demand management with Bradley Read More...
Competition Heats Up in ERP Market: Oracle Merger, and SAP and Microsoft Reacts
Although Oracle's product roadmap is beginning to take shape it does not include active marketing of the PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards product lines. As a result of these products being seen as dead ends, many competitors have been scrambling to offer all sorts of incentives to switch to the still disconcerted two camps of existing customers.

peoplesoft developers  definitive merger agreement between PeopleSoft and Oracle , the respective number two and three business applications providers in the market, was signed in December, the enterprise market shifted, if not rumbled. Customers in particular were somewhat bemused, not to mention mildly concerned about what this meant for them. To appease its newly acquired and existing customer base, Oracle affirmed its commitments, although its product roadmap did not include active marketing of PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards p Read More...
Can Software Help Employees Enjoy Their Workday (More)? – Part 1 » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

peoplesoft developers  In 2005, after his PeopleSoft venture ended (successfully in financial terms, at least), I was sure that Dave Duffield would not sit still for long. And in fact, I’ve been listening to a slew of otherwise hard-to-please analysts and bloggers raving about Workday for a few years now – this company that was founded in March 2005 and launched in November 2006 by two great IT minds and PeopleSoft alumni: Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri. Dave Duffield is Workday’s co-CEO, co-founder, and chief customer Read More...
PeopleSoft Enterprise
Oracle's PeopleSoft® Enterprise is a family of best-in-class applications based on the company's Pure Internet Architecture® designed for flexible configuration and open, multi-vendor integration.

peoplesoft developers  PeopleSoft Enterprise PeopleSoft Enterprise Oracle s PeopleSoft® Enterprise is a family of best-in-class applications based on the company s Pure Internet Architecture® designed for flexible configuration and open, multi-vendor integration. It is geared toward financial, government, education, health care, and other services industries. It is also aimed at supporting large, company-wide functions such as human resources, finance, IT, procurement, marketing, services, and sales across all industries. Read More...
Enterprise Application Players Keep Refining Value Propositions
Because cash-strapped medium companies are looking for better options to traditional application pricing models, SAP and HP have allied to deliver "software as a service" and Oracle/PeopleSoft are also offering hosted solutions, suggesting that "software as a service" are here to stay.

peoplesoft developers  the end of 2004. PeopleSoft (now merged with Oracle Corporation ) announced customers can outsource some or all of their support for PeopleSoft applications. Part One of the Enterprise Apps Players Keep on Refining Their Value Propositions series The SAP and HP Alliance SAP America, Inc., the US subsidiary of the largest enterprise applications provider SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), and Hewlett-Packard (HP) (NYSE: HPQ; NASDAQ: HPQ), the information technology (IT) powerhouse, have long provided managed and hosted Read More...
Enterprise Software Migration Alert: Is SAP the Alternative?
SAP may benefit the most during Oracle's merger transition. Unlike most migration programs, SAP is offering to be responsible for maintaining the competitions implementation, as users transition to SAP alternatives, offering the stability that some will likely crave.

peoplesoft developers  Oracle s acquisition of PeopleSoft . From the onset, the deal was hardly clear sailing. Eighteen months of struggle that took boardroom drama to the courts was finally resolved in mid December. Oracle argued successfully during its antitrust trial ( US Department of Justice versus Oracle Corporation ) that competition and product innovation would not suffer from its acquisition of PeopleSoft, formerly the second leading business applications provider in the market. The deal closed in December, at what Read More...
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications
Oracle indeed remains one of the largest and the most respected (or loved to be hated) software companies, with an unbroken profitability track and a strong balance sheet. However, it is apparent that the company is running out of steam, and to attribute it solely to the slowing economy, simply will not fly.

peoplesoft developers  competition, like SAP and PeopleSoft , reported significant growth (see SAP Remains One Of The Market s Beacons Of Hope and PeopleSoft: Giving Fervent Hope To The Market And Jitters To The Competition ). Recent positive announcements of other companies that also compete in Oracle s areas of enterprise applications, like Siebel , Manugistics , IFS , and even resurrected Baan further add salt in the wound. With the Internet likely maintaining the enterprise applications market s growth and given Oracle s Read More...
Incorporating Reporting into Your Software: Should You Buy or Build?
In the race to market for your application every second counts. But there’s one key component to your program that, like many software developers, you’ve put off until the end. Your application works great, but you need a report writer. This white paper addresses the key considerations you need to weigh in deciding whether you should buy a reporting tool or build your own.

peoplesoft developers  data representation,data reporting,reporting best practices,reporting solution Read More...

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