The University of Pittsburgh has chosen PeopleSoft's applications for Higher Education, including Student Administration, PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). The PeopleSoft products will provide more than 32,000 students, staff and faculty on five campuses with real-time access to administrative and academic information.
"After an extensive evaluation of enterprise software vendors through a comprehensive process, PeopleSoft emerged as our clear choice," says Robert F. Pack, vice provost of the University of Pittsburgh. "The PeopleSoft solution provides us with the capability to enhance our level of service to students by fully integrating all aspects of the student's life from recruitment through graduation. PeopleSoft's flexibility and scalability provide a seamless environment through ease of integration into our existing systems and applications."
Sprint PCS has introduced a new, innovative feature for its wireless phone customers: customized rings which feature singers calling customers by name. The downloadable rings, created in concert with the Sony Music Mobile Products Group, will feature male and female singers crooning tunes with popular names such as Amy or James.
"Sprint customers want their mobile phones to be a reflection of themselves," says Chip Novick, vice president of consumer marketing for Sprint PCS. "PCS Vision gives everyone an opportunity to be as unique and distinctive as possible."
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