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PeopleSoft Expands Operations in India

PeopleSoft Expands Operations in India Global Delivery Model to Drive High Quality, Low Cost Implementations

Today PeopleSoft (Nasdaq: PSFT) announced it is expanding its presence in India by establishing a new global implementation, development and support facility in Bangalore. PeopleSoft is partnering with Hexaware, a leading systems integrator in India, to establish the centre. PeopleSoft plans to aggressively grow the centre over the next two years.

The facility in India will offer a remote configuration capability, providing high-quality service while driving down the cost and time required for implementations and upgrades. As a result, customers can implement PeopleSoft software faster and at a reduced cost.

“India continues to deliver highly skilled, highly proficient resources to the world,” said Angus McDougall, General Manager PeopleSoft, South Asia. “As a key market for PeopleSoft, our investment in the global support centre in India further demonstrates our commitment to expanding our position here.”

“PeopleSoft Global Services has consistently innovated in order to drive down the cost and time it takes to implement enterprise applications,” said Mike Gregoire, executive vice president, PeopleSoft Global Services. “By extending our proven lab-based implementation methodology to India, we are continuing to lead the way in lowering costs and improving a key element of our customers’ total ownership experience.”

PeopleSoft has been in India since 1999 and has offices in three major cities, Bangalore, Mumbai and New Delhi. The new facility in Bangalore is expected to open in June.

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