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PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 1: About PeopleSoft
PeopleSoft, once a high flyer owing to its congenial culture and slick ERP product, has invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop a number

peoplesoft history  history. Later in 1998 PeopleSoft bought Intrepid Systems (retail management software), TriMark Technologies (life insurance software) and formed a new R&D unit, Momentum Business Applications , to develop e-commerce and industry-specific software. Revenue from services surpassed software license revenue for the first time in 1998 (See Figure 1). Recent History In 1999, to further enhance its product line, PeopleSoft acquired Distinction Software , a SCM software provider. In the same year, Duffield

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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 and database management as they relate to the PeopleSoft Enterprise Resource Planning suite of products.

peoplesoft history  interviewed Michael Daniels of 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 Read More

PeopleSoft - Again A Force To Be Reckoned With?


PeopleSoft is back with a vengeance! During its users conference, Connect, which took place in Los Angeles on October 22-26, it unveiled a slew of new products in its bid to maintain the current turnaround momentum. Earlier, on October 17, PeopleSoft announced impressive financial results for Q3 2000.

peoplesoft history  To Be Reckoned With? PeopleSoft - Again A Force To Be Reckoned With? P.J. Jakovljevic - November 10, 2000 Event Summary During its users conference, Connect, which took place in Los Angeles on October 22-26, PeopleSoft Inc. (NASDAQ: PSFT), a leading business applications provider, unveiled a slew of new products in its bid to maintain its current turnaround momentum. Among them were a new product for online financial settlements between companies doing business over the Internet, called PeopleSoft 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 offered by the competition, realistically, the only way Oracle will lose customers is through self-inflicted wounds.

peoplesoft history  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

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 history  Plays Hardball PeopleSoft Plays Hardball 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 demand for PeopleSoft 8 , its Internet-based Read More

Progress Exchange 2013 Part Two: Will Pacific be Progress Software’s PaaS to Relevance?


By P.J. Jakovljevic (see bio) and Bob Eastman (see bio) Last week in the TEC blog, we discussed Progress Software’s history and current focus. The company has experienced many changes in the last couple of years, including divestiture of some large assets (including Sonic, Actional, and DataXtend), and a new focus. We also mentioned the Progress Exchange 2013 conference earlier this month

peoplesoft history  Exchange 2013 Part Two: Will Pacific be Progress Software’s PaaS to Relevance? By P.J. Jakovljevic ( see bio ) and Bob Eastman ( see bio ) Last week in the TEC blog , we discussed Progress Software’s history and current focus. The company has experienced many changes in the last couple of years, including divestiture of some large assets (including Sonic, Actional, and DataXtend), and a new focus. We also mentioned the Progress Exchange 2013 conference earlier this month, where CEO Phil Pead Read More

WorkTech Spotlight Report


In this report, TEC analyst Raluca Druta spotlights WorkTech, which in its 20-year history has developed from a consulting company and provider of ERP add-ons to become a productivity enhancement software provider. See how WorkTech’s solution offers functionality that supports both employee and contractor cost management in a single system—and how it addresses the demands of today’s complex contract labor management market.

peoplesoft history  Spotlight Report In this report, TEC analyst Raluca Druta spotlights WorkTech, which in its 20-year history has developed from a consulting company and provider of ERP add-ons to become a productivity enhancement software provider. See how WorkTech’s solution offers functionality that supports both employee and contractor cost management in a single system—and how it addresses the demands of today’s complex contract labor management market. Read More

E-Procurement in What Language?


PeopleSoft recently announced general availability of eProcurement 2.0. The latest release touts multi-language and multi-currency capabilities powered by XML and wrapped in an easy-to-use interface.

peoplesoft history  Event Summary In April, PeopleSoft announced general availability of PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0, a PeopleSoft e-business application providing access to B2B trading exchanges. PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0 supports large multinational organizations with numerous suppliers by offering multi-organization functionality, enhanced workflow, multi-currency and multi-language capabilities. PeopleSoft eProcurement 2.0 extends enterprise systems to B2B exchanges and the Commerce One Global Trading Web. The Read More

PeopleSoft's CEO Steps Down


On September 21, PeopleSoft founder David Duffield stepped down as chief executive of the struggling business software maker. The 12-year-old company announced that president and chief operations officer Craig Conway would take on the additional role of chief executive officer. Duffield will remain chairman of PeopleSoft's board.

peoplesoft history  fiscal 1999. User Recommendations PeopleSoft is entering a new era, and Chapter 1 of its history book is now closed. A new CEO usually brings a new vision and direction, and we expect the same from Conway, who to this point, primarily addressed tactical issues as COO. Duffield's continued presence as chairman should give assurance to PeopleSoft's employees and current customers that the corporate culture will remain intact. However, organizations currently evaluating PeopleSoft should keep a close eye on Read More

The Future of Learning: Industry Trends in Learning Management


Learning management systems (LMSs) have evolved over their short history in many ways. From the first classroom-based “training management systems” to today’s e-learning solutions, here’s a look at the future of learning technologies and current industry trends. Discover more about how performance management, informal learning, social media, and Web 2.0 are affecting the development of learning technologies.

peoplesoft history  Future of Learning: Industry Trends in Learning Management Learning management systems (LMSs) have evolved over their short history in many ways. From the first classroom-based “training management systems” to today’s e-learning solutions, here’s a look at the future of learning technologies and current industry trends. Discover more about how performance management, informal learning, social media, and Web 2.0 are affecting the development of learning technologies. Read More

Resistance is Futile: Computer Associates Assimilates yet another Major Software Firm


Once again, Computer Associates is executing the largest software acquisition in history, eclipsing its Platinum Technology buyout of 1999, which was the previous record holder.

peoplesoft history  is Futile: Computer Associates Assimilates yet another Major Software Firm Event Summary ISLANDIA, NY and DALLAS, TX, February 14, 2000 -Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA) announced an agreement to acquire Sterling Software, Inc. (NYSE: SSW), extending its arsenal of software and services to build, deploy, manage and secure eBusiness solutions. The $4 billion stock-for-stock acquisition, which would be the largest ever in the history of the software industry, has been approved Read More

PeopleSoft: No More a Humble Kid From a Rough Neighborhood?


PeopleSoft has been on a quest to dramatically improve its customer service & support by weeding out its 3rd-party consulting partners. PeopleSoft also has a new platform, a new set of products and a new surprising attitude of lambasting competition. Further, its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2000 are upbeat.

peoplesoft history  sites during mid August, PeopleSoft Inc., a leading provider of business applications, has eliminated nearly 70% of outside consulting firms from its preferred-provider list in the past year and is instituting a new certification program for nearly 12,000 individual consultants because of customers complaints about bad service and improper handling of software installation and configuration. The company officials said only 34 of 96 firms remain on the vendor's preferred-partner list. PeopleSoft will Read More

Oracle Releases New Mobile Applications for Oracle’s PeopleSoft


At Oracle Open World in San Francisco, Oracle launched PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses, PeopleSoft Mobile Approvals, and  PeopleSoft Mobile Company Directory. As a result, users will have the option to access important business information, processes, and analytics in real time. The three PeopleSoft mobile apps employ HTML5 and CSS3 technologies, which implies relatively low costs for deployment and

peoplesoft history  Mobile Applications for Oracle’s PeopleSoft At Oracle Open World in San Francisco, Oracle launched  PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses, PeopleSoft Mobile Approvals, and  PeopleSoft Mobile Company Directory . As a result, users will have the option to access important business information, processes, and analytics in real time. The three PeopleSoft mobile apps employ HTML5 and CSS3 technologies, which implies relatively low costs for deployment and maintenance. Oracle also announced that the Read More

Lithium


Lithium's social software helps companies engage customers with compelling, fun community experiences. Born from a gaming history and consumer DNA, Lithium is headquarterd in San Francisco, California (US), and has been building social communities for over a decade.

peoplesoft history  Lithium's social software helps companies engage customers with compelling, fun community experiences. Born from a gaming history and consumer DNA, Lithium is headquarterd in San Francisco, California (US), and has been building social communities for over a decade. Read More

PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 3: Predictions and Recommendations


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?

peoplesoft history  with the support for PeopleSoft HR global markets. Conclusion of Part 3  This concludes Part 3 of a three - part note on PeopleSoft. Part 1 contains a summary of the history of PeopleSoft, it current trajectory and strategy, and major developments during the past two years. Part 2 contains an analysis of PeopleSoft's Strengths and Challenges. Part 3 contains the bottom line information with predictions, and recommendations for both PeopleSoft and users. Read More