Friday, May 28, 2010

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PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management 9.1 Completes Rollout of PeopleSoft Release 9.1
Now available is Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management Release 9.1. Enhancements increase productivity, improve business performance, and reduce operational costs. For example, PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management 9.1:

Helps organizations improve productivity of the budget planning business process through customer-driven enhancements in PeopleSoft Planning & Budgeting

Improves financial and operational analysis through seamless integration with PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital Management, Customer Relationship Management, and Financials/Supply Chain Management Release 9.1

The availability of PeopleSoft Enterprise Performance Management Release 9.1 is the last in a series of rollouts of Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise Release 9.1—Oracle’s largest PeopleSoft Enterprise release ever.

The third release since Oracle and PeopleSoft combined, PeopleSoft Enterprise Release 9.1 includes:
21 new PeopleSoft solutions
1,350 new features
150+ customers Involved
28,000+ pages enhanced with Web 2.0 capabilities
300 new Web services
200 industry-specific enhancements

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