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PeopleSoft HCM Recognised as a Leader in HRMS Magic Quadrant

PeopleSoft Inc. (Nasdaq: PSFT) today announced that it has been positioned in the leader quadrant of the recently published Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for large enterprise HRMS*. PeopleSoft HRMS is the cornerstone of the world leading PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) product family.

Gartner defines leaders as vendors who are performing well today, have a clear vision of market direction and are actively building competencies to sustain their leadership position in the market. In addition to evaluating traditional HRMS functionality, Gartner also evaluated a variety strategic workforce management components including: portals, self-service, workforce planning, recruiting, contract labour procurement, eLearning, performance management, total compensation management, time and expense management, competency management, knowledge management, collaboration, analytics and more. All of these components are included in PeopleSoft’s HCM solution.

“PeopleSoft’s investment in Asia Pacific demonstrates our commitment to ensuring enterprises across the region can benefit from world-class HCM solutions,” said Andrew Barkla, Vice President Asia Pacific, PeopleSoft. “In the past 12 months, we have invested heavily in developing localised HCM solutions that address the unique market needs of many Asia Pacific countries. We are also bringing our solutions to new markets such as China and Taiwan.”

PeopleSoft Human Capital Management is the only global, pure Internet solution that allows organisations to align workforce contribution to business objectives within and beyond the enterprise. PeopleSoft HCM enables organisations to improve workforce efficiency and productivity to drive higher levels of business outcome in real time.

“PeopleSoft continues to strengthen its position as the world’s leader in providing innovative HCM solutions,” said Doug Merritt, vice president and general manager, PeopleSoft Human Capital Management. “PeopleSoft’s success is a result of our superior technology and comprehensive HCM suite that enables organisations to maximise HR efficiency, workforce productivity and organisational effectiveness in today’s fiercely competitive market.”

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