PeopleSoft adds metrics to its Government Portal suite

PeopleSoft adds metrics to its Government Portal suite

The latest version of the Government Portal suite from PeopleSoft Inc. includes metrics to let agencies track financial performance and detect weaknesses in their operations.

The Pleasanton, Calif., company's software beefs up a product the company began selling in May 2001 to integrate legacy and enterprise applications, Internet material and e-mail delivery via a single sign-on Web system, PeopleSoft officials said.

The new release includes more than 30 standard metrics that agencies use to measure financial management and pinpoint areas that need improvement, company officials said. Those metrics are also in its Chief Financial Officer Portal product for commercial users.

Based on PeopleSoft 8 software, the suite works with the company's proprietary financial software for education and government, electronic-procurement, budget planning and human resources management, as well as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes and Post Office Protocol 3 e-mail programs.

The price for the product depends on the number of licenses and applications used.

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