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PeopleSoft, Jigsaw Services go for local govt

PeopleSoft, Jigsaw Services go for local govt

Five local government sites in Australia and New Zealand have teamed up with PeopleSoft to manage the lifecycle of their assets.PeopleSoft and its local partner Jigsaw Services will be using EnterpriseOne software for several councils in the region, including the City of Unley (South Australia), City of Swan (Western Australia), Gladstone City (Queensland), Livingstone Shire (Queensland) and Thames Coromandel District (New Zealand).

May 9, 2004 by in Oracle

Online ad market eyes recovery

Online ad market eyes recovery

The online advertising market may have seen its worst, according to analysts and media executives, who say they are increasingly optimistic of a recovery by mid-2002. Encouraging signs include immediate hopes of better-than-expected ad sales at bellwether Yahoo, stabilizing advertising volume and rates across the Web, and slight increases in next year's online marketing budgets from big spenders such as Microsoft and Oracle.

December 10, 2001 by in Oracle

Top Oracle sales exec resigns

Top Oracle sales exec resigns

A top Oracle sales executive has resigned from the database software giant, the company confirmed Friday. Jay Nussbaum, executive vice president of Oracle Service Industries, is leaving after 10 years at the company to become a senior executive at another company that partners with Oracle, a company representative said.

November 30, 2001 by in Oracle

Lane to head board at Net marketplace

Lane to head board at Net marketplace

Ray Lane, the former president of Oracle, was tapped to become chairman of the board of eLance, an online marketplace for Internet services. Lane joins legendary venture capitalist John Doerr on the company's board.

November 6, 2001 by in Oracle

BEA appoints a new CEO

BEA appoints a new CEO

BEA Systems announced Tuesday that Bill Coleman is stepping down as chief executive of the business-software maker. Alfred Chuang, current president and chief operating officer, will take over as chief executive.

October 2, 2001 by in Oracle