18 Burst results for "PeopleSoft"

"peoplesoft" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Both young and old during the fighting there would execute desert dust immediately or hang them up on that involves I recorded line saying doing the fighting here in Charlotte yeah there was one one block peoplesoft arrested check coming so they're allowed to buy flags and the SS division Auckland pulled out of the basement three four five old man because of the white flag say they executed and hung them up on lampposts without in reality the outcome was never in doubt just the cost block by block Soviet forces battled their way into the heart of the city Anna Nicolino was among the Soviet forces the storm the chancery building beneath which lay Hitler's bunker you should let us know if you look at it that that I mean the time slot yeah but it's my your silence fell for a moment my commanding officer said to me major the bottom and I had it so then I started to look around for ways of getting on to the roof fortunately it had been smashed by bombing and shells so it was quite easy to get help when I climbed up I saw lots of metal poles sticking up I thought to myself that's okay because I can tie the banner on to one of them so that it can be seen by our troops as I told the flag on fighting that raged all around but lane was in flames it was drizzling and the atmosphere was very unpleasant but despite this all done it could be seen by the advancing troops suddenly I felt completely drained physically but as I stood there on top of the building with the banner billowing behind I thought all right a communist remembers the words of Stalin all calls is just the enemy will be crushed victory will be ours in a bunker deep beneath the building where Anna stood Hitler had committed suicide on the thirtieth of April but it was only on the second of may the German forces in Berlin agreed to surrender during the two week battle hundreds of thousands have been killed many more were wounded and half a million German soldiers were.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Studios relief act to that's one thing I'm always going to be taking whether people are panicking all not because this is how I relieve my everyday pay originally it was a lower back pain he should have played me for almost a decade for nine years I took really fact for two weeks it went that has yet to come back fifteen months later then as you've heard me stroll regale you time and time again my little recent knee surgery pretty seriously said re drilling through my knee I got off those regular payments as soon as I could why because really factors natural reef really factor taxing source of the pain which is the information I'm so thankful to peoplesoft Talbot for creating this remarkable product you could also find liberation from your daily paying by trying really factor of the three week quick sort of packed with just nineteen ninety five that's less than a dollar a day good early factor right now see the incredible testimonials from Americans across the country who are getting their lives back and then order the three weeks quickstart a pack for just nineteen ninety five as the president says at his rallies the slightly different context what if you got to lose really factor dot com really factored up come back with your calls cold bodies fall once all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay in trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come out yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on a16z

a16z

06:50 min | 10 months ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on a16z

"Start. That's usually not a good leading. That's true that's true hired in eleven days and you have a very positive impression impression of employer like Oh my goodness they have their act together and then that leads to higher employee engagement scores them. Society was talking to multiple venture capitalist. When I made made the move or being an operator to adventure from the I talk to me? The recruiting cycle was over six months before an offer gain. The offer only came after I started talking to injuries and Horowitz and got to offer within a few weeks and then the six month person said. Oh we'll move fast and I was so disillusioned at that point. It was pretty easy decision so very telling doing what have we learned from these other platforms that we can incorporate and the platform that's better addressing a specific vertical. What is some of the kind of knowledge that does apply apply so we use these competitive tax when a hospital recruiter logs in? They know they're competing with other employers at the same time. There's a time limit. You game awesome. There's a time limit the seven day countdown for them to send their interview requests and they can see which candidates are popular. So we're creating urgency care city and competitions ECOMMERCE ECOMMERCE works. So how is the adoption of this kind of thing like do you hit resistance along the way in certain areas is there friction to getting these new platforms integrated into the system. Okay so this goes back to Juliet said earlier about Roi and the value proposition. You have to have a really really strong value proposition. And or why and whatever you've come up with has to be at least ten times better than what's already out there so whatever we come incredible health needs to be at least ten times better than linked in or indeed or any of these other tools that they're using using we now have over one hundred fifty hospitals in California using our platform in less than eighteen months very short sales cycles because this is a hair on fire problem the CEO Joe and everyone in the C. Suite cares about staffing and getting great talent and getting amazing nurses in permanent roles quickly impacts their bottom line both revenue new end cost. That's the other sort of case for why you need. Vertical solutions is the supply side of the market. Also has to believe that they are going to be better represented on this platform from then you're sort of generic horizontal platform and that there's something new to offer. There's what are you seeing on the on the response from the nurses side. Yeah it's similar in that the value has to be really clear to them as well right now our the only platform out there that says create a profile. Sit back and relax. Employers are GonNa apply to you so employer interview requests and then the nurse gets to decide which ones to accept septum which wants to decline and what that does is it gives more control to the nurse and this is something that they do not normally experience. Yeah it sounds like a profession. Rife with a feeling of lack of control. Actually that you're constantly being told what to do and where to go. Yes is a highly mistreated and underserved. Group of workers in the vision is to help them live better lives. It's about the healthcare professionals. Whoever creates a product you're and experience and treats this group of workers? The best appreciates them celebrates them gives them an amazing experience France. All of that is going to win. That's interesting I blog years ago about in two sided marketplaces. The consumer side is the one that you have to optimize for even if the institutional official site is the one that pays you Ebay you optimize for the buyer open tapley optimize for the diner. Here is for the nurses that folks in the recruiting office of the hospital are actually actually consumers right. And they're going to go home and they're going to use their iphone and shop on Amazon an have these magical experiences in other parts of their lives and then they get to work and they they have these sort of highly legacy ossified archaic systems that sort of overall trend is what's driving a ton of uptake of these mobile technology solutions a few of hospitals use Oracle Peoplesoft. Some us to Leo some us. You know there's lots of different software whether their applicant tracking systems or more general. HR systems and were there. And they're like oh I have to use a twenty page manual to create a job REC. Oh my gosh right yeah you look at it and it's like Oh my God. This software looks like it's from like the eighties eighties. Software was first and so when we come in we even had chief nursing officers say like Oh wow. It looks like a dating APP. Yeah Yeah Yeah match DOT COM for nurses and hospitals right and so two fake profiles and spam certainly a lot of the features we built into the platform we borrowed from consumer APPs like the countdown timers. And who's popular and kind of creating urgency scarcity in the platform platform and just simply making beautiful and easy to use. You see now for the first time league grounds up demand from clinicians asking for better tools. They no longer longer are able to deal with kind of these legacy. HR's that have been implemented across the industry. One of the challenges has been. It is just so damn hard to sell to these organizations right if if I'm looking at two options as an entrepreneur either. I build software that I need to somehow figure out how to distribute to this this industry make them change the way that they operate great deal with thousands of employees at these organizations that all have their own agendas verses building sort of outside of the system. Let's say a full stack primary care clinic that what I can build my own technology from the ground up my own dog food and therefore the packaging of that offering may look like a direct to consumer offering but at the end of the day. I'm trying to solve the same problem. Just you know sort of from the outside. Those are the two attack vectors that we see out there. I totally agree that in some ways the clinicians are sort of forgotten and users of this whole thing and you you see a lot of emphasis on the patient but at the end of the day the high leverage point is actually putting better tools in the hands of clinicians. Yeah I mean I mean many founders. Who are working in the healthcare our industry and they're usually building applications? That are patient facing which is great. But I don't see enough working on the back end of healthcare. We took one part of it which is staffing. And there's certainly a ton to our operations and there's a lot of innovation needed in basically the full stack of healthcare. So what kind of takeaways or advice would you have for other founders building companies in the particularly challenging space. That is healthcare like many things in entrepreneurship. Timing's everything right. The healthcare industries out a point where the the cost pressure has never been more intense because reimbursements are going down and the competition is fierce among providers and that creates opportunities for entrepreneurs corners and a bunch of hostile executives may be willing to listen. And so when you're creating your product you need to come up with something. That's at least ten times better than what's already out there at least ten and you can demanded that whoever you want and ten times better ten ten times more efficient and faster whatever does and have a really really strong value proposition that clearly early ties to R._O._I.. And impacts the bottom line for the hospital clearly impacts it not like indirectly directly impacts it. That's awesome thank you so much for joining us on the Sixteenth Pass thank you..

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"When a Neil founded workday with his co founder, David Duffield, they personally interviewed not just the first one hundred and fifty but the first five hundred employees, this dedication, allowed them set the employees I culture that workday is known for today, even as they've grown to thousands of employees. And if you just gas. Spout. Loud at the idea of personally interviewing five hundred people as the founder, you're not alone. I did the same thing. Here's how I responded when I producers asked me about it. My reaction was oh my God. That's a lot of energy and time right tends to be they were trying to make sure we have good people. And then God, I can't like I only so many hours in the day for founders the demands are like every fire that's burning in the business, but for Neil setting, the culture and setting an employee. I culture was the most burning fire his belief and setting the right tone dates back to his very first day on his very first job. He was going to work for David his future co founder at PeopleSoft in the early nineteen nineties. Everybody was really friendly opening doors saying hi, looking at you when you walk in and saying, hi, all the kind of nice things everybody. Welcome me. People like me under their wing. To teach the ropes the personal pieces of it makes such a huge difference in cert- sets the tone for for your career at a at a company but the part of workday that imprinted most strongly I Neal was David himself. Dave hire me right out of business school, and he was already the founder and CEO PeopleSoft which was at the time a small company, but with a great feature once again, a Neil's impression of Dave goes back to the very first interaction. Dave took me out for beer PeopleSoft. Was, you know, a newly minted public company, and I thought, wow, the CEO's taking me out for a beer. I'm twenty six years old. I don't know why he's doing it. I want to work for this guy. And when Dave hire me he hired me without really knowing what he was going to do with me told me to take a couple months off and travel figure it out. Date saw something in a Neo that resonated with him. He didn't know exactly which of Neil skills. He'd put to use. But he knew he wanted him as a person and this emphasis on cultural fit on the person and not just their skills would stay with the Neal after he came back from those months off he adopted Dave's people I attitude as his own when I came back. I'm basically took on all the new initiatives that he wanted to do, you know over time really became a disciple of his, and he had really focused on culture and was way ahead of his time on the importance of a positive culture instead of the stick. It was the Karen, and he built the culture around and taking care of employees and taking care of customers doing it in the right way and having fun along the way. So I grew up in that culture. I didn't know any other culture fast forward to two thousand and four and the was now the vice chair at PeopleSoft when oracle acquired the company after attempting a hostile takeover David and a Neal decided to start workday together. Their idea was to take advantage of the advances industry did computing by managing human resources and accounting in the cloud. It was a radical new way of doing business at the time. I found myself musing about it with my producers put together this show, a Neal was in a space where they had a headstart because they knew exactly what to do. But none of the competitors were moving to the cloud. Everyone was like, no, no, no one will ever want to put their employees HR data off premises cloud. Part of their strategy was the build up momentum under the radar while they were moving so Neil didn't have a competition driven clock. He could set his own time line..

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Oracle Stock Has a Lot to Prove Today

Bloomberg Businessweek

04:52 min | 2 years ago

Oracle Stock Has a Lot to Prove Today

"Out with earnings after the bell, the stock not doing so. Well. Several hours after hours trading, Carol. Let's make some more sense of it for that. We bring in our old friend, Dan Morgan, he's vice president and senior portfolio manager. I trust company managing overseeing approximately fourteen point seven billion dollars down in hotlanta. Dan. This is not Levin this. What do you make of it? Hi, jason. You know, the report if you look at, you know, just the revenues in the earnings were pretty much in line earnings were a little bit above. I think the big number. Everybody was focusing on trying to. Know to decipher how how quickly their cloud business growing their platform as a service and software their service, and you know, as we know from the last quarter, they got rid of breaking that number out. So we really can't compare it. But if you look at the segment, which does include platform as a service and software as a service that being their cloud services and support licensing was only up three point two percent year over year. So that's in revenue so that was a little bit disappointing. Anyway, combine in you know, everything that has to do with cloud in licensing and support we only show an increase year over year of two percent. So I think that would have to be construed as being a negative as we talked before they're in transition trying to make this migration. I think at this point we'd have to say Microsoft is way ahead of them. Well, you know, it's interesting, Dan. And we had a story on the Bloomberg from an analyst Jay impeach securities. And they put a note head of the release saying their channel checks suggested oracle is losing people faster than oracle. Can hire them and that customers continue to disapprove of oracle sales tactics. Are there some strategies that oracle that are playing against them right now? Well, that's interesting Carol because I've been following oracle for twenty five years. I'm very familiar with Larry Ellison, and he comes from a military background. I know they trim off the bottom sales people every year, regardless of what your performance has been over a longer period of time. So they they kind of have a very, you know, high performance type of efficient system over there. And that could be something that is, you know, not jiving as well as maybe let's say working at Salesforce or workday or Microsoft, so that could be something that's impacting them. Obviously this quarter doesn't show the type of growth that we'd be hoping for based on that kind of cutthroat sale system that they run. Yeah. It's interesting that that color mean, we are dealing with a very very competitive time in Silicon Valley right now cross the board. And as you mentioned earlier in the conversation, Dan, I it really is all about the cloud. So you mentioned Microsoft who? Who else is winning if workers losing here? Well, we go across the spaces, you know, the three major spaces so software as a service, you know, Salesforce. Jason why did we talked about them a couple of weeks ago? They are still the leader with about a third of the market down. There. Kind of followed up with like, a Microsoft is in that space also on then you have a lot of guys kind of competing in single digit marketshare kind of adobe and oracle and so forth. If we look at infrastructure as a service that's Amazon web services that's Amazon with about a third of that market. And again there followed kinda, you know, same players kind of this Microsoft, and you know, we've got other players that are trying to get into that area because it's so lucrative. So you know, I think the opportunity Jason going forward for oracle is how can they leverage their in relational database there about forty percent of the market old-line database player. They've also good strength after picked up PeopleSoft with ERP and so forth and. That's human capital management. How can we leverage this database of customers and flipped them over into becoming cloud customers? I think that's where the opportunity is for them. I really do think going forward. What about this twelve billion dollar by back? Like, I would have thought I mean this ducks down about four percent here. Dan in the after hours. I thought I would have thought that alone would have been enough to kick the share price higher. Well, it's pretty typical Carol right now in the technology sector, as you know, everybody seems to have these huge, you know, by max apple microns gonna come out Thursday. I think they've got a huge back. So, you know, those are ways of driving earnings per share when you have kind of flattish or low growth in that prophet, right? You buy your denominator, which includes creases at UPS. That's a good way to kind of financially engineer your numbers along with dividend increases. But but again, I think the streets really wanting to know what are you doing in that cloud space in any way, you cut these numbers up? It just it was it was three to two percent. It just wasn't exciting. Yeah. So that's hard to to get. Hold of. Yeah.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on Off The Hook

"And all this information is is passed along the second that they were able to verify that the the charge was paid. Everything was okay. And again in the other direction. You know, you could have easily pretended you were Representative saying just that and the credit card company would have believed you. So yeah, we've a long way to go security wise for for things like this and credit cards have been a mainstream thing for some forty years. Now, we've had time to figure this out and we've had time to move beyond this easily explainable way of doing things that people were social engineering comfortably. You know, in decades past, like I said, it's the same conversation we've been having since the eighties. I look at articles that we print in the magazine and and basically, you know, people are talking about the internet of things devices that have default passwords and botnets and things are formed because of that because default passwords are used and it's it's relatively simple. The same lessons aren't being learned, and it's it's really incredible. So, yeah, that's that's. That's a little bit of what's what's been going on now. Voltaire you were at a big hacker conference took place over the weekend Defcon. Yeah, you might have heard of it. It's ten times bigger than hope, and I can't even imagine what that must be like, but how is it is a lot of fun at Defcon kinda has like activists has the notorious reputation of being kind of Brody are? Yeah, it really browley. That's people Jane too much alcohol more Infosec than hack in Vegas. I got. But which like because it's so large as you mentioned there, lots of like many competition within a conference, like some some are like more alcohol is then people are where they're like other breakout confidence that are like I went to privacy village, which I especially liked that had like the most hope lake feel to it. So really. Like that. And if you compare than being ten times bigger than us, I would say they're more security focused more focused on on exploits and things like that. And we have, I guess, what more of kind of an activist direction. And that's probably why we had the problems we had with all right and filtration and various other unpleasantness and also challenges that we have to. We have to tackle. But I know I, I heard some reports about things that were happening at Defcon that were a challenge of a completely different nature also related to our changing society and this particular case, whereas I think you know with hope we can do a better job. I don't really think there's anything they can do. I don't think they can be faulted for anything that happened here. It's basically hotel policy. Now in Vegas seems to allow for random searches or it's not hotel policy in Vegas largest though. Tell policy of this these specific hotels of the ones. At our hosting it. This is something to do with the guy who went on a rampage and was shooting people in Vegas last year. I'm not. Yes. It's basically that the policies that now, if you if you check room service and put do not disturb sign up for two too many days, they'll have the for somebody to send in security and take a look around the official. So this is a new law. It's just their policy and their official policies. There. They have a security guard go and look around to see if you haven't guns or anything, but they're not allowed to touch your stuff and they're supposedly identify themselves. But that in a lot of reported cases, they broke those rules. They didn't addenda FAI themselves. So could obviously been somebody social engineering their way into it and and they and they also talked PeopleSoft and like looking through their belongings because if you go into a hackers room, you're going to see things that are interesting. Suspicious and and hackers are the people that. Would object more than anybody to random searches and having privacy and yet. And I think the only solution realize that take for them to take their business if they can Defcon or have announced that they're going to go like basically tried to go, she ate and get this policy change for them. But the problem is like they have the only way to stop. This is to take over this elsewhere, which is difficult because there's so much concentration and the mar- the four hotels, rounding Caesar's are all owned by the same company..

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It is the Ben Shapiro. Show let's talk about President Trump so President Trump does a press conference with Ladimir putting. Yesterday and the world goes insane? How much of that is? Deserved how much of that isn't let's start, from the beginning President Trump. Day press conference of Ladner Putin. Yesterday it was bad It was not a good press. Conference the. President of the United States essentially. Sided with ladder Putin over. His own intelligence agencies who left me forget work for him if these are the people. Who work for him if he, doesn't like how the Intel? Agencies are doing their job he can replace, their leadership which is already. Done with the FBI He has headed there the dude has all the people he wants in place of his own Intel agencies so what they're telling. Him he has every capacity to find new more honest intelligence agencies he's not actually doing that which suggests that he knows full well that the idea that the Russians were attempting to interfere in the election is true now does that mean that the Russians actually. Swung the election and Trump no doesn't mean that President Trump colluded with the Russians know but the problem for. President Trump is that he is personally so egotistical that he believes that any any sort of Aspar any aspersion that has cast at the presidential election of. Two, thousand sixteen must be false because he believes that he won fair. And square and that means that anybody any anything anybody says about what went wrong. In two thousand sixteen with the Russians. All of that is an attempt, merely to undermine his grand victory and therefore anyone who claims that the, Russians were attempting to. Hack into the election system basically all those people, are simply unwilling to accept that Hillary loss wasn't I'm willing to, accept that Hillary lost and it is also true as the Russians Attempting to monkey with our Lecter our electoral system. They're attempting to monkey with our with our election cycle with the news cycle by. Hacking into the DNC and, Hillary Clinton campaign or all of this manifested itself in a. Pretty awful way yesterday when President Trump got up to the podium with no out of PeopleSoft peddling today a lot of people on the right particularly..

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

"Firing around five thousand to six thousand people so either just less than half or just more than half because peoplesoft had about eleven thousand people working for it when oracle purchased it and i saw differing accounts of exactly how many people were laid off but it was in the thousands and it meant that if you worked at peoplesoft there was a good chance you weren't going to be there very long or that half the people around you we're going to disappear pretty soon this was part of a larger move by oracle to reduce its workforce at that time the company also released a new version of its database software for free and they called it oracle database ten g express edition this was in two thousand five now this version of oracle's database software had limitations built in specifically to encourage customers to upgrade to the products oracle was selling while giving them a sense of what was possible using that software so it's kind of like breaks being put on the system they couldn't couldn't do everything that oracle's flagship software could do which makes sense it was just a way of sort of marketing to people as well as offering up a free database solution that did in fact work for smaller scale projects so if you were not running a big company you could use this database software effectively all by its own you didn't have to feel like you need to upgrade but for other companies it might just be a way of kind of previewing what oracle had offer in september two thousand five oracle announced that it would acquire siebel crm systems inc this was the company that was founded by former oracle sales executive thomas siebel in the early nineteen nineties you might remember i mentioned him during the last episode siebel had left oracle in the wake of its sales shakeup after that whole issue with hell sales was handling things and the incorrect reporting of revenues the deal was valued at five point eight billion dollars in brought cbo's customer relationship management software under the umbrella.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

"Two to five times more than that if there's a hostile takeover which essentially puts the burden on whichever company takes peoplesoft over to make good on that promise so you would start off immediately with a huge payout you would have to make to all of peoplesoft customers oracle would sue peoplesoft over this poison pill staying that the company was ignoring shareholder desires through such maneuvers saying hey if shareholders want to sell to us you shouldn't discourage it by having this other measure in place because then you're hurting your shareholders peoplesoft response was look this move is good for our customers which in the long term means it's good for our shareholders so things got pretty ugly the united states department of justice also got into the act they filed a lawsuit against oracle a complaint against them anyway and stay that if oracle were to acquire peoplesoft it would be in violation of antitrust laws effectively they were saying oracle would create a monopoly in the market this was something else peoplesoft had suggested was a possible outcome and a reason why oracle should not be allowed to take over the company a federal judge would later throw this case out saying that the department of justice had failed to make its case that they failed to give evidence that this would actually be violation of antitrust laws around that same time oracle changed up the structure of its executive leadership the company had the ceo and chairman roles combined before but at this point decided to split them up so ellison would remain the company's ceo and a director of the company and jeff henley became the chairman of the board of directors after about two years of ugly battles in and out of courts oracle eventually acquired peoplesoft for the princely sum of about ten point three billion dollars afterward in blaze of the former peoplesoft got their first taste of how things we're going to change because oracle laid off about half of people sauce workforce.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

"Once i get thirty percent of all those disney shares the poison pill jumps in and disney starts to offer more shares of disney at a lower price than normal discounted price but only to everyone apart from me i have thirty percent disney does not allow me to buy shares at that reduced price only other people that ends up diluting the shares ends up making it more difficult for me to get enough shares to actually have a majority right by adding more shares by thirty percent is creeping downward because they're adding more to the overall number the price is also going down because the market valuation of disney has to remain the same you can issue more shares of the company but the value of the company does not naji changed i i mentioned this earlier in previous episode so if the value of the company is dependent upon the number of shares and the price per share if you if you increase the number of shares you reduce the price per share so suddenly i have a smaller percentage and it's worth less than it was when i bought everything and i'm further away from my goal of getting controlling interest in the company that is a version of the poison pill strategy but just one there are other ones in the case of peoplesoft one poison pill strategy was a refund promise the company had made to its customers so not shareholders this was to peoplesoft customers that may or may not own shares in peoplesoft the agreement was that in the event of a hostile takeover enterprise customers would be guaranteed a refund of two to five times more than whatever the licensing fee they had to to spend was to use peoplesoft products and so essentially what people saw to saying hey do you do you have a license for our stuff however much you paid for it you'll get paid.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

"Saying that the company was seeking to acquire a smaller software vendor called jd edwards that operate in the same space as peoplesoft so in other words they were going to buy up a competitor but it was a smaller competitor on june sixth of two thousand three oracle issued its own press release so this was just four days later and they stated that oracle intended to acquire peoplesoft and invited the board of peoplesoft to enter into talks with oracle which ruffled some feathers over at the executive level at peoplesoft oracle prepared to hold a hostile takeover of the company so let's talk about what that means so you've got different ways where companies can merge together there are aquisitions there mergers these are two terms that kind of give you a slightly different feeling right like an acquisition sounds like a larger company buying up a smaller company and then incorporating that company into its operations in some way a merger sounds more like two companies of similar size and status that merged together to form a new mega powerful company possibly able to turn into voltron in a hostile takeover one company goes directly to the shareholders of another company and the whole purpose isn't an attempt to gain control of the second company so in this case oracle would essentially go to peoplesoft shareholders and say hey here's the deal you've got shares in this company called peoplesoft i would like to buy your shares at a slightly higher price than what they're worth on the market and that way i can run this company once i get a majority of the shares because as majority shareholder i can vote to determine what the company does and that way i bypass the leadership of people soften entirely because it's a publicly traded company and the company has to respond to shareholders so all i have to do is get more than fifty.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on TechStuff

"Out fixes maybe there needs to be better communication between the hackers and the companies to say the companies would respond with thank you for alerting us to this problem we will work on it we have an estimated time of when we think we can get a patch out and it is at x time maybe at that point everyone's on the same page and you don't have any itchy trigger fingers when it comes to publishing vulnerabilities but i do think that lichfield made a very good point in stating that companies like oracle have a very high bar to meet when it comes to software security due to the nature of the code that they sell if your product is meant to hold gigabytes of sensitive information it better be a secure as you can reasonably expect it to be before you ship it because it's a guarantee that hackers are going to start poking and prodding to find a weak spot davidson by the way would remain the chief security officer of oracle she still holds that position today so she did not follow litchfield suggestion that she resigned from the company in two thousand and three oracle launched a new product called oracle ten g which was a grid competing product it really built on that applications cluster they had worked on previously and now it was more of a distributed database approach and the company also got involved in something else that took over headlines which was an attempt to scoop up a competitor the competitor was a company called peoplesoft peoplesoft provided financial management software some supply chain management products some enterprise performance management software and stuff like that essentially it was in a very similar business as net sweet so if you listen to my net sweet podcast you kind of get a have a handle for what sort of stuff that company offered clients peoplesoft was in a similar business on june second two thousand three peoplesoft issued a press release.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Or not working from from a cost perspective and it's one of those things that they need to do to to live in this new world of healthcare now this was the quarter where i saw an acceleration in billings growth accelerating ration operation cash flow but a step function something happened big new fortune clients hundred clients just a just of fintan adoption of the cloud make it so that banks aren't afraid what was the acceleration in revenue from well i think it really was a great year fourth quarter culminated year that had really strong sales execution from day one and i think it really comes out to having great products but really taking care of our customers and so what you're seeing is i say a tipping point in fortune five hundred on hr where the question is why not cloud as opposed to why cloud now it's why not cloud and we have one hundred seventy five of the fortune five hundred so as these cloud companies as customers look at the different cloud companies they're going to bump into workday we have the network effect of having the happiest customers and our industry and so i think it's creating a wave of why not cloud and that's beginning in hr it's well in place sorry beginning in financials well well in place on the on the financial top guy one of these is it's now the ceo i can see that it's changed i say look we're gonna hurt our quarter we have oracle in here oracle has got its tentacles in the whole organization telling neil i know the his is program could save us money but not shortterm we cannot rip out on premises i gotta say no to workday you say so first of all a lot of respect for oracle they're also in the cloud and they're seeing the same phenomenon that that we're seeing the legacy systems are just increasingly outdated so if you think about those systems ever built twenty twenty five years ago i was part of building one that peoplesoft accounting was different business was less global you didn't have things like i.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Or not working from from a cost perspective and it's one of those things that they need to do to to live in this new world of healthcare now this was the quarter where i saw an acceleration in billings growth accelerating ration operation cash flow but a step function something happened big new fortune clients hundred clients just a just of fintan adoption of the cloud make it so that banks aren't afraid what was the acceleration in revenue from well i think it really was a great year fourth quarter culminated year that had really strong sales execution from day one and i think it really comes out to having great products but really taking care of our customers and so what you're seeing is i say a tipping point in fortune five hundred on hr where the question is why not cloud as opposed to why cloud now it's why not cloud and we have one hundred seventy five of the fortune five hundred so as these cloud companies as customers look at the different cloud companies they're going to bump into workday we have the network effect of having the happiest customers and our industry and so i think it's creating a wave of why not cloud and that's beginning in hr it's well in place sorry beginning in financials well well in place on the on the financial top guy one of these is it's now the ceo i can see that it's changed i say look we're gonna hurt our quarter we have oracle in here oracle has got its tentacles in the whole organization telling neil i know the his is program could save us money but not shortterm we cannot rip out on premises i gotta say no to workday you say so first of all a lot of respect for oracle they're also in the cloud and they're seeing the same phenomenon that that we're seeing the legacy systems are just increasingly outdated so if you think about those systems ever built twenty twenty five years ago i was part of building one that peoplesoft accounting was different business was less global you didn't have things like i.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"You know bengals game i don't think if you're unhappy with that that necessarily makes you soft may makes you a whimper makes you as hopefully i'm just a concerned sports fan and i think anything that we can do to make the players safer i think that's something that we should all be on board with yeah and the message is as you said yeo snowflake so yukon peoplesoft preaching and and i feel like the idea that wanting to understand the damage that football can do and wanting to make it better so that the the game can persist and succeed in that people still want their kids to play and that players that we love and care about don't go on to have terrible post career lives is not preaching right those are conversations that need to be has not going to go away if we ignore it and someone wrote to brent and i thought it was uh you know a pretty solid if not tough to read point he said to him junior sayao shot himself in the chest with a shock on so doctors could studied the years of damage done to his brain but supercool tweet brent um advanced it sorted harsh lesson yeah players have done that or or you know we don't know for sure what what relevance is have aaron hernandez had incredibly high levels of c t e on the the number of players that are struggling with this you know adam lee and our own hometown of chicago talking about how he feels that as its as it gets worse every day that dementia from from from brain damage from football um i just think it's so obtuse to try to push it away with arguments of being soft or you know there's people on on my twitter tonight said he didn't play the game you shouldn't be talking about hits our safety um to me it's i'm surprised that anyone would embrace must burgers comments as sort of kla a you know cute relic well let let me put it this way to you off for the for the the griswold nfl fat out there who thinks that people that complain about the hits to the head.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That he would agree with i i just feel like um as someone that loves football i think everybody should be on board we're trying to make the games safer i have a sevenyearold son who plays tackle football and i want him to be safe i want kids to keep playing football but that's not going to happen unless kids are taught how to properly tackle we eliminate as much as humanly possible headtohead contact so like i just don't think anyone that objected to what we saw in the steelers you know bengals game i don't think if you're unhappy with that that necessarily makes you soft may makes you a whimper makes she was hopefully i'm just a concerned sports fan and i think anything that we can do to make the players safer i think that's something that we should all be on board with yeah and the message is as you said ios snowflake so you're calling peoplesoft quit preaching and and i feel like the idea that wanting to understand the damage that football do and wanting to make it better so that the the game can persist and succeed in that people still want their kids to play and that players that we love and care about don't go on to have terrible post career lives is not pr ching right those are conversations that need to be has not going to go away if we ignore it and someone wrote to brent and i thought it was uh you know a pretty solid if not tough to read point he said to him junior sayao shot himself in the chest with a shock on so doctors could studied the years of damage done to his brain but supercool tweet brunt and that is sorted harsh lesson yeah i mean layers have done that or or you know we don't know for sure what what relevance aaron hernandez had incredibly high levels of c t e on that the number of players that are struggling with this you know adam leaner own hometown of chicago talking about how he feels that as its as it gets worse every day that dementia from from from brain damage from football um i just think it's so obtuse to try to push it away with.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Securities litigation msrp italia has extensive first chair trial experience excelling in jury trials non jury trials and arbitration's he has constantly and consistently been named one of the top attorneys in southern california david battalion has represented targets in numerous hostile transactions some of the prominent ones being broad com corp verses emulates corp b a t industries inc versus farmers insurance exchange computer associates corp verses computer sciences corp oracle core versus peoplesoft gore and hubbard verses hollywood park mr bataga has been admitted to practice mrs quite a list in the us supreme court federal courts of appeal for the fourth fifth ninth and dc circuits federal district courts in california the district of columbia florida new york tennessee texas virginia and the commonwealth of the northern mariana islands and all courts in the state of california and in washington dc tom he may be the hardest working lawyer we've ever had on the show may be so dave dina hi everybody hey thanks for joining us nice of you to spend a little bit of time okay date dino we've hats i am terrific judges on the show some justice since we've had some terrific lawyers but we went to the bullpen and we decided we want the smart guy okay now they've dino quite osce our firm does does fine that's because he's not on the other side of our case sleuth the federal iit's otherwise we wouldn't be doing so han so our producers were trying to think of what would be the best way to introduce him and a lot of times what we do we run a last name we run a first name to see if that gives us a little bit of a clue of what the guy's all about and we ran david in nothing significant really came out and besides out there too many david's anyway however dave dino we ran battalion we look that one out in the talion it means warrior in italian it means battle that's him so when this when this guy was six thousand eight ounces at birth he already knew man he was headed to be a trial lawyer i'm not kidding you in this room and his success has been remarkable but his success in various ways sometimes the successes trying the case in winning it the other time it's giving good counsel to client sewer and be involved in litigation what is the right way to go.

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"peoplesoft" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"peoplesoft" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Still using parts of it today they are still using it today but when merrick baggage was mayor of anchorage we all remember when mayor solvent took over we were seventeen million dollars in the hole he had spent us into basically the red right he had locked in fiveyear union contracts some of them with raises of eleven to thirteen percent over the year over the contract no fiscal notes i mean we mark pegase left us in a lurch and the city of anchorage but one of the things he robbed to pay for his senatorial you know support let's be honest is he robbed people sake he did not do the updates he did not maintain it he didn't do any of that so winston so have been came into office and this is the part the media never covers we solve and came into office peoplesoft had been so neglected had not been maintain had not been outdated people's all came back to us and said literally the update through no longer available your system is basically mothballed and it wasn't just some software the the city used it was the software this for a payroll yet inventories argument control inhibitory and everything yeah right the main software that everything was completely neglected during the baggage era and so now set miroslav and how this decision to make okay we can't go back to people's optus pupils upon optus saying sorry we can't put support your system so they had to change to something and that lies the biggest mistake of the sullivan administration in my opinion and that was the decision to go with sap now when we come back on the other side of the break i'm gonna give you the rest of the history and i'll give you will end down last night at the anchor december beating you'd like tallinn 357 by five eight six eight you're listening to the amiable bosque show.

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