In PeopleSoft’s case, the fact remains that it is still the best-attuned offering (in terms of pricing, vertical extensions, customizability, professional service approach, etc.) to the needs of large, service-oriented enterprises, or for ‘greenfield’ sites. However, to put things in the right perspective, one should bear in mind that PeopleSoft’s license revenue in 2001 was still less than the corresponding revenue in 1998, back when the company was only a HRMS/ERP player.
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and effort to upgrade PeopleSoft to a newer version continue to be a concern to some users too, but that is particularly true with migration to PeopleSoft 8, which might require a considerable effort, one that feels like a new implementation. The fact is that PeopleSoft is one of more intricate and expensive products to deploy. Like SAP and Oracle, PeopleSoft should also carefully reevaluate its product migration strategy from current product instances (7.5 and earlier), in order not to alienate and