PeopleSoft introduces application-hosting deal

Enterprise software supplier PeopleSoft has introduced what it describes as a simplified application-hosting service, with a...

Enterprise software supplier PeopleSoft has introduced what it describes as a simplified application-hosting service, with a single point of contact for end-users.Cliff Saran

Called eCenter, the worldwide initiative aims to offer business users access to PeopleSoft's human res-ources, financial, customer relationship and supply-chain management applications.

As with other ERP suppliers, PeopleSoft is targeting medium-sized businesses with annual turnovers of less than $250m. Alastair McGill, marketing director at PeopleSoft, said there was also interest in larger firms to rent human resources and financial applications.

The applications are accessed through what McGill describes as an employee portal, allowing users to log into applications over the Internet or a virtual private network.

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