NEWS: PeopleSoft ELM and CRM 9.1 Released

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NEWS: PeopleSoft ELM and CRM 9.1 Released

Hot on the heels of Oracle OpenWorld 2009, the 9.1 PeopleSoft app releases keep coming. Over the weekend, Oracle has made available both PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Solutions 9.1 and Customer Relationship Management 9.1.  Both of these releases are now available on eDelivery and you can find the release notes on Oracle’s ‘My Oracle Support’ by

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NEWS: PeopleTools 8.5 Upgrade Service Now Available, With Fixed-Fee Prices Starting at $9,900

UPDATE: Official press release is live here. I’m going to preempt our official press release by a few hours and announce something we’ve been working on with our partner, Citagus. We have had a massive influx in inquiries and blog hits about PeopleTools 8.5, and we hear from conference feedback that PeopleTools 8.5 sessions are

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Oracle Announces General Availability of PeopleSoft Portal Solutions 9.1

Quick update: Oracle has now officially released PeopleSoft Portal 9.1. This is a highly-anticipated release due to the app’s adoption of Web 2.0 features and tight integration into the core PeopleSoft products.  In addition, PeopleSoft Portal 9.1 includes collaborative workspaces and very strong (and very smart) tagging capabilities. I previously blogged about some of the

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PeopleTools 8.5 Now Available

Given the substantial amount of traffic linking to our earlier PeopleTools 8.5 post, you might be interested to know that PeopleTools 8.5 is now available through Oracle’s E-Delivery portal.  You first have to provide some user information and accept the EULA terms, but the you can select PeopleSoft Enterprise and your relevant OS/hardware platform, and

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Now available: PeopleSoft packaged services

Over the last six months, one of the most frequent requests we’ve been getting is for low-cost, high-yield, quick-turnaround packaged services that tackle some main technical hurdles of PeopleSoft implementations.  These aren’t standard, large-project based engagements: these are geared more towards productized services than traditional professional services. What we’re finding is that despite the slow

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