Satyam, PeopleSoft India ink pact

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 28 October 2002, 08:00 Hrs
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Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (NYSE:SAY) and PeopleSoft India announced Monday a strategic alliance to implement PeopleSoft's range of enterprise solutions and provide strategic consulting to its growing client base.

HYDERABAD: The alliance will combine Satyam's technology expertise and business knowledge, with PeopleSoft's leading applications, built on PeopleSoft's Pure Internet Architecture.

Satyam will deliver a complete range of services from consulting to implementation of PeopleSoft solutions, process reengineering, maintenance, support, and complete outsourcing of the PeopleSoft environments. It will also build a 'Center Of Excellence' to further develop its expertise in PeopleSoft's range of enterprise solutions.

"Corporate's across India are looking for enterprise solutions that will deliver increased productivity, lower operating costs, and increased satisfaction from their customers, suppliers, employees and partners. Through PeopleSoft's applications, organizations across India can move their business processes online, making these processes immediate and real-time, and remove layers of intermediaries.

We look forward to working with our customers to implement PeopleSoft's solutions and enable them to realize business benefits and return on investment quickly,'' said B Rama Raju, managing director, Satyam Computer Services.

Commenting on the alliance, Thiru Vengadam, country manager, PeopleSoft
India said, "Satyam's strategy of partnering with best of breed technology providers compliments PeopleSoft's own strategy of joining with only those implementation partners who can offer organizations exemplary consulting services. Through Satyam we hope to see many more of India's leading enterprises experience the benefits of moving their business processes online, and transforming their organizations."

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