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PeopleSoft Recuperating Slowly, Hoping to Sink 1999 into Oblivion Quickly
On February 1, PeopleSoft announced its financial results for 1999. PeopleSoft continues the slow recovery that a majority of ERP vendors across the board have

peoplesoft eperformance  1999 into Oblivion Quickly PeopleSoft Recuperating Slowly, Hoping to Sink 1999 into Oblivion Quickly P.J. Jakovljevic - February 23rd, 2000 Event Summary In 1999, PeopleSoft posted flat revenues of $1.43B compared to revenues of $1.47B in 1998. Profits declined 87% to $21M for 1999 compared to $164.1M in 1998, excluding nonrecurring costs. When including nonrecurring costs, PeopleSoft lost $177.8M in 1999. For the fourth quarter of 1999, revenue topped $372M and profits hit $11M, a 9.5% revenue drop from

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