Oracle Fulfills PeopleSoft Support Promise

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Opponents didn’t believe it would happen, but Oracle has completed its first phase of work finishing PeopleSoft projects that were underway before the companies merged. Oracle delivered version 8.9 of PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management Wednesday, which is one of the projects Oracle had promised as part of Project Fusion.

Enterprise Performance Management 8.9 comes with pre-packaged content such as analytical maps, models and metrics and covers just about every part of of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) cycle: Customer Relationship Management, Financial Management, Human Capital Management and Supply Chain Management. read article.

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