- November 12, 2003
PeopleSoft has made its first update to the EnterpriseOne software line since the J.D. Edwards acquisition. Enhancements touch on global support and usability issues.
- November 10, 2003
One beta customer shares its initial experiences with the soon-to-be-released Siebel CRM OnDemand.
- November 03, 2003
The new software designed to help Marriott manage bookings will eventually roll out to others in the hospitality industry as part of Siebel 7.7.
- October 08, 2003
As it kicks off User Week, Siebel takes the wraps off a new CRM strategy, demos Siebel 7.7 and previews a few more upcoming releases.
- September 17, 2003
Siebel Systems announced Tuesday that it is joining with SeeBeyond to integrate its call center application with disparate data sources.
- September 03, 2003
Oracle is putting the finishing touches on new marketing analytics, service and sales technology. Here's a sneak peek.
- August 13, 2003
As it tries to fend off Oracle's hostile takeover, PeopleSoft is alleging new facts about unfair trade practices.
- August 11, 2003
The new deadline for investors is now Sept. 19, giving them more time to tender shares while the government looks into the proposed takeover.
- July 25, 2003
The new Oracle E-Business Suite 11i.9 incorporates features designed for specific industries but delivers them in a way that differs from other CRM vendors.
- July 17, 2003
PeopleSoft reported strong quarterly earnings and said its J.D. Edwards acquisition should close by Thursday night. It offered details on how the combined company would operate.
- July 17, 2003
Oracle took its takeover case straight to PeopleSoft customers in an online townhall meeting.
- July 08, 2003
Oracle doesn't seem to have done much to soften some PeopleSoft customers' objections to its takeover attempt.
- July 04, 2003
Oracle is extending the deadline for PeopleSoft investors to tender their shares to July 18. It was set to expire Monday.
- July 02, 2003
According to preliminary Q2 results, PeopleSoft shook off Oracle's ongoing takeover bid, landed 30 new deals and exceeded Wall Street estimates.
- July 01, 2003
As federal regulators asked for more information regarding its PeopleSoft takeover bid, Oracle launched an initiative to reassure customers fears about the acquisition.