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SunSystems Assist launched
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A comprehensive migration program for PeopleSoft customers

The global repercussions of the PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and Oracle debacle are far from clear but despite the uncertainty and confusion, businesses still have to be managed and decisions made on the critical information these systems generate. As one of the world's leading providers of business and financial solutions, SunSystems is addressing these issues and challenges by launching this initiative, which is designed as a comprehensive migration package designed to ensure that global businesses do not suffer any interruption to their business continuity.

The initiative promises a seamless migration path to any user who wishes to benefit from the global reach, low risk and low total cost of ownership delivered by SunSystems. John Corden, Chief Operating Officer at SunSystems commented: "We have launched SunSystems Assist because we believe that we have a powerful solution that will help PeopleSoft customers protect their businesses and their data. The programme includes migration services, technical support, tailored training and preferential pricing and we are confident that we can deliver real value to PeopleSoft customers. Our team will manage the migration and the associated transfer and importing of data and will provide that all important user training to make sure that the customer is rapidly utilizing the full functionality of the SunSystems solution and maximizing the return on their investment."

SunSystems has a proven track record with over 18,000 global customer sites benefiting from its rich functionality, its highly stable, scalable and flexible architecture and its ability to rapidly and cost effectively deliver near real time critical financial and business information and advanced reporting capabilities to today's business user. Customers include one quarter of the Fortune 500 and 45 of the 50 largest companies in the world.

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