PeopleSoft rewritten for Internet

PeopleSoft Inc. announced this week its newest release of e-business and

enterprise resource planning tools that will help federal managers move

their human resources and financial management systems onto the Internet.

PeopleSoft 8 was completely rewritten for the Internet and offers browser-based

access and integration across enterprise boundaries, according to a July

11 company statement. The server-based software decreases costs by eliminating

the need for software on users' computers other than a standard Internet


PeopleSoft products are being used in ERP implementations at the Agriculture

Department and the U.S. Mint.

PeopleSoft 8 for the U.S. Federal Government includes:

* PeopleSoft Customer Relationship Management.

* PeopleSoft Financials certified by the federal Joint Financial Management

Improvement Program.

* PeopleSoft Human Resources Management for the U.S. Federal Government.

* PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management.

* PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management.

* PeopleSoft Learning Solutions and PeopleSoft eProcurement.


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