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First Pure Internet CRM Solution

PeopleSoft To Introduce Next Generation Of Customer Relationship Management

eBusiness Leader Will Unveil First Pure Internet CRM Solution

Auckland, 8th May 2001 – On June 4th in Las Vegas, NV, PeopleSoft Inc. (Nasdaq: PSFT) will introduce the next generation of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software — PeopleSoft 8 CRM.

PeopleSoft will be the first enterprise software company to deliver a pure internet CRM solution. This release represents a new generation technology for CRM software. PeopleSoft 8 CRM is the only CRM solution with no code on the client. As a result, customers will immediately benefit from easy, intuitive access, driving user acceptance up and training costs down. Customers will also experience dramatically lower administration costs over first generation client server solutions.

PeopleSoft 8 CRM will also include many industry-first capabilities never before found in any other CRM solution.

The unveiling of PeopleSoft 8 CRM will take place during PeopleSoft’s Leadership Summit from June 4th-5th in Las Vegas, NV. Highlights of this executive event include keynote presentations by Madeleine Albright, industry luminary Patricia Seybold, and PeopleSoft CEO Craig Conway. The event will also feature demonstrations of PeopleSoft’s new pure internet CRM solution, which is generally available to customers immediately in June.

About PeopleSoft
PeopleSoft is a world leader in providing eBusiness applications that enable people - customers, employees, and suppliers - to power the internet. PeopleSoft's pure internet Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management, and Enterprise Management solutions provide the industry's most open and flexible e-commerce platform. PeopleSoft employs more than 8,000 people worldwide, including 2,400 eBusiness consultants. More than 4,700 organisations in 107 countries run on PeopleSoft eBusiness applications. Visit us at www.peoplesoft.com.

PeopleSoft began operations in Asia Pacific in 1993 and now has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, Wellington, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Its customers include AAP, AMP, Alcoa, Australian National University, Australian Stock Exchange, Bangkok General Hospital, Coles Myer, Department of Defence, Eastern Energy, Ford, Foxtel, Government of Singapore Investments Corporation, HSBC Holdings, John Fairfax Holdings, Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTRC) Hong Kong, National Mutual Health Insurance, NZ Police, NZ Post, UNITEC, Reserve Bank of Australia, Reding Paper Products, Transfield Pty Ltd, University of NSW, WA Department of Education and WA Petroleum, Hewlett-Packard, Citibank, AMD, DBS Bank, PSA Corporation, Singapore Ministry of Finance, Morrison Express, Singtel, Starhub, Tenaga Nasional, Telekom Malaysia and Swire Properties.

PeopleSoft and the PeopleSoft logo are registered trademarks. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright © 2001 PeopleSoft, Inc. All rights reserved.


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