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PeopleSoft’s Newest Recruits Add Strength To JAPAC

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PeopleSoft’s Newest Recruits Add Strength To JAPAC


PeopleSoft has strengthened its Japanese and Asia Pacific (JAPAC) team with the appointment of Cameron Brown as Director of Education and Christine Yokoi as Human Capital Management (HCM) Product Strategy Analyst.

Based in Brisbane, Brown will be responsible for developing and managing PeopleSoft’s education services across the region.

Commenting on his appointment, Brown said: “I was attracted to PeopleSoft as an organisation focussed on one goal – delivering customer satisfaction. The actions of its people are all about making customers successful and one of the ways to do this is through intelligent education programs.

“In today’s environment, it is important that all implementations are Best Practice and one of the best ways to ensure this is through quality education. I will be looking for innovative ways to deliver PeopleSoft’s educational resources to make it increasingly more meaningful for our customers.”

Brown brings a wealth of experience to PeopleSoft. Brown was previously Director of Siebel University: Asia Pacific and Japan where he was responsible for the growth and expansion of education services and its technical training business.

PeopleSoft’s education service provides training to project teams and end users of PeopleSoft products.

Leading the way in Human Capital Management Software (HCM)
Based in Tokyo, Japan, Yokoi will be responsible for product planning for the Japanese market of HCM solutions.

As the world leader in HCM, PeopleSoft continues to strengthen its product offering to the region.

Having worked with PeopleSoft since 1997, Yokoi has intimate knowledge of the HCM sector and was integral to the development of PeopleSoft’s Japan Human Resources 8.8 solution.

“This year is an exciting year for Human Resources with many companies just beginning to understand the potential of deploying a sophisticated Human Capital Management solution – managing the people costs of the business as an investment, not just an expense,” said Yokoi.

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About PeopleSoft

PeopleSoft (Nasdaq: PSFT) is the world’s leading provider of application software for the real-time enterprise. PeopleSoft pure internet software enables organisations to reduce costs and increase productivity by directly connecting customers, suppliers, partners and employees to business processes on-line, in real time. PeopleSoft’s integrated, best-in-class applications include Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management, Human Capital Management, Financial Management and Application Integration. Today more than 5,100 organisations in 140 countries run on PeopleSoft software. For more information, visit us at www.peoplesoft.com.


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