Enterprise Resource Planning Software–Ongoing Maintenance Cost Benefit Analysis Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Acquisition of Oracle PeopleSoft in 2005 seems ancient history (at least in technology years). In fact, the acquisition of PeopleSoft is not even the last major acquisition Oracle (Siebel was acquired in September 2005). One of the main reasons that Oracle acquired PeopleSoft get access to 10,000 + customer base of PeopleSoft (and JD Edwards), which provides more than $ 1 billion in annual revenue. This customer base is a gift that keeps on giving in the form of lucrative stream of service. Discusses the options that PeopleSoft customers and, as a consequence, the other owners of enterprise software pursue to minimize the enterprise resource planning (ERP) of the current cost of ownership. Encourages students to assess a number of criteria that can be used to reduce the costs of ERP. "Hide
by Mike Canniff Source: Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation 16 pages. Publication Date: July 19, 2006. Prod. #: 906E12-PDF-ENG

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