IBM people

December 2004
Management Services;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p31
Academic Journal
This article reports on the enterprise applications alliance between PeopleSoft and IBM. PeopleSoft will standardise its human resource applications on the Websphere platform of IBM, and both companies will market the joint solution. PeopleSoft and IBM also announced they will collaborate on pre-integrated industry solutions and establish a business process interoperability lab. According to IT analysts Ovum--who also report that the two companies deny that this is a pre-cursor to an acquisition of PeopleSoft from Oracle--there will be practical end user benefits. For PeopleSoft customers using Websphere there will be, Ovum thinks, benefits in having a well-integrated platform/application combination.


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