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From the issue dated September 24, 1999
Delays, Bugs, and Cost Overruns Plague PeopleSoft's Services
The company vows to improve; many colleges say they have no choice but to stay the course
By FLORENCE OLSEN
Frustrated by projects that run months behind schedule and go millions of dollars over budget, officials of many colleges and universities that are buying administrative-computing systems from the PeopleSoft Corporation have been complaining more and more loudly.
At Cleveland State University, financial aid was delayed, and incorrect bills went out last fall. At the University of Wisconsin at Madison, reports of grades for the spring semester couldn't be printed. At Boise State University, independent auditors are investigating cost overruns. (snip)
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-- Homer Beanfang (Bats@inbellfry.com), September 28, 1999
PeopleSoft has been coring a new one at my "institute of higher education."
-- Dave (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 29, 1999.