Enterprise software provider SAP is extending its "Safe Passage" programme that aims to win over current Peoplesoft and JD Edwards users.
The programme was initially launched in January and targeted customers using both SAP and Peoplesoft or both SAP and JD Edwards. The scope is now expanded too any user of Peoplesoft or JD Edwards.
The offer is obviously aimed at users who refuse to deal with Oracle. The SAP website promises to let you "plan migration at your own pace". Oracle has said it will stop supporting current software versions by 2013. But I have yet to meet any user that is scared by that date.
It's good for SAP to have a, just any, switching programme in place. But I don't think that even they expect much to come out of it.
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