• IBM, Symbol partnership delivers mobile integration

    IBM is helping Symbol Technologies make its mobile devices work better with back-end systems. Symbol's new rugged handhelds and bar code scanners will be able to access information from Siebel, SAP and PeopleSoft applications.

    SearchCIO4,490 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle goes back to school with PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management 9

    Oracle says it's getting vertical and bolstering compliance capabilities with the newest addition to the PeopleSoft Enterprise 9 suite.

    Brunola3,910 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle ousts PeopleSoft execs

    Oracle has named its top executives Charles E. Phillips Jr. and Safra Catz as co-presidents of the newly merged company with PeopleSoft, according to papers filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    searchsecurity20,880 pointsBadges:
  • What do you think is the smarter choice for current PeopleSoft HR customers: stick with PeopleSoft, or move to Fusion?

    Emma Snider1,030 pointsBadges:
  • Do you think PeopleSoft is holding Oracle back?

    Emma Snider1,030 pointsBadges:
  • Is PeopleSoft to Oracle Fusion HCM a no-brainer?

    Despite the fanfare over cloud HCM, most PeopleSoft users are happy to stick with their legacy systems due to Fusion's functionality gaps.

    Emma Snider1,030 pointsBadges:
  • PeopleSoft names new CRM chief

    The new GM of CRM comes from Tibco and says he learned a few things there that he'll bring to his new post.

    Barney Beal5,165 pointsBadges:
  • PeopleSoft details post-acquisition plan for J.D. Edwards

    PeopleSoft upped financial estimates, confirmed layoffs loom and made good on promises for three product lines. Oracle chimed in, giving investors more time to tender their shares.

    Barney Beal5,165 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle extends PeopleSoft shareholder deadline

    Oracle is extending the deadline for PeopleSoft investors to tender their shares to July 18. It was set to expire Monday.

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Judge rules in favor of Oracle in takeover case

    A federal judge has rejected the Department of Justice's claim that Oracle's attempted acquisition of PeopleSoft would be anticompetitive.

    storageditor1,005 pointsBadges:

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