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first_imgTechnology analysisOn 1 Jul 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article WhenOracle raised the price of its hostile takeover bid for Peoplesoft from $5.1bn(£3bn) to $6.3bn (£3.8bn), it wasn’t just Peoplesoft customers who were leftfeeling anxious.Amidthe flurry of takeover bids and lawsuits that had beset the enterprise softwarespace in previous weeks, Oracle’s renewed offer raised the stakes in a battlethat has far-reaching implications for the entire HR community. Launchingits bid this month, Oracle made it clear that customers of the target company werein for an interesting ride.  In a movethat provoked outrage, it declared that if the bid went through, it would ceasedevelopment of future generations of Peoplesoft products. WhileCEO Larry Ellison later threw in some sweeteners about extending support forthose products for 10 years, the message was clear: at some point, users wouldhave to migrate to the Oracle platform.Theproblem is, shifting to a new product architecture is a major task and manyPeoplesoft users have only recently completed a similar migration from theirolder product sets to its newer internet-based architecture, version 8. FightingbackWhileusers of older Peoplesoft applications may be less fazed – they faced anupgrade of some kind anyway – these recent platform converts are being asked toexpend IT resources on an initiative that, today at least, offers littletangible return.Itis no surprise, then, that some customers are fighting back. The state ofConnecticut has begun legal proceedings in an effort to have the takeoverblocked on anti-competitive grounds, an argument that had been touted byPeoplesoft itself. Pointing out that it was in the midst of a $100m (£60m)Peoplesoft implementation and would be hit hard if the takeover went through,the state vowed to bring other users into the fray.WithPeoplesoft and Oracle exchanging their own lawsuits, the battle is set to getmore complex. For one thing, Peoplesoft has stepped up the pace of its ownproposed acquisition of mid-market enterprise software vendor J D Edwards, atakeover that first prompted Ellison’s move and that offers an alternative pathforward for shareholders. MajorconsolidationButfor the broader HR IT user community, the outcome is not the only issue.Oracle’s bid for People-soft shows that the application software industry, hithard by the hi-tech slowdown, is due for a period of major consolidation.Ellisonmay have come under fire for shrugging off the huge investments Peoplesoftusers have poured into their existing HR set-ups and forcing them to switchplatforms, but a charitable view is he’s only stating out loud what some havedone before.Therisk of disruptive change is ever-present in the software arena, but in today’sclimate, it should be a top priority when planning your future HRIT strategy.ByKeith Rodgers,  co-founder of WebsterBuchanan Research, a research company specialising in human capital managementwww.websterb.comlast_img

Tokyo Gas, First Gen sign JCA to build offshore LNG terminal in Philippines

first_img Tokyo Gas will have 20% stake in the construction and operation of the LNG terminal project. (Credit: LEEROY Agency from Pixabay) Tokyo Gas has signed a joint cooperation agreement (JCA) with First Gen Corporation to pursue construction and operation of an Interim Offshore LNG Terminal in Batangas City, Southern Luzon Island, Philippines.The JCA follows the signing of a joint development agreement in December 2018 for the construction of an LNG receiving terminal.As per the JCA, the two parties will jointly construct, operate and maintain the Interim Offshore LNG Terminal. Tokyo Gas will have 20% stake in the construction and operation of the project.The Interim Offshore LNG Terminal project involves converting the existing jetty into a multi-purpose jetty and constructing an adjunct onshore gas receiving facility.Interim Offshore LNG Terminal to become operational in 2022Last month, Tokyo Gas and First Gen secured construction permit from the Philippines Department of Energy for the Interim Offshore LNG Terminal, which is planned to be commissioned in the second half of 2022.In the Group Management Vision “Compass 2030”, Tokyo Gas disclosed its intention to increase overseas profits by approximately threefold through business expansion, by 2030.In a press statement, Tokyo Gas said: “Taking advantage of the technology and know-how related to our comprehensive energy business, we will contribute to energy solutions for customers and to the construction of energy infrastructure, while also taking on the challenge of developing value chains in other countries through alliances with local energy companies.”Separately, McConnell Dowell has been selected by FGEN LNG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Gen, as its preferred bidder for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of its Interim Offshore LNG Terminal.FGEN LNG is also readying to issue a binding invitation to tender for a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU). The JCA follows the signing of a joint development agreement by Tokyo Gas and First Gen in December 2018 for the construction of the LNG terminallast_img

King of the Junglies Engages in Exercise Albanian Lion

first_img View post tag: UK View post tag: News by topic View post tag: King of the Junglies View post tag: Navy Two Sea King Mk 4 helicopters and 52 personnel of 845 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) recently deployed on Exercise Albanian Lion, along with two full companies from 40 Commando Royal Marines, for what will be one of the last overseas deployment of this type for the venerable ‘King’ of the Junglies. Exercise Albanian Lion is the first phase of the Cougar deployment, a UK Armed Forces’ major overseas amphibious exercise.Initially, A Flight, 845 NAS conducted helicopter work-up serials (“Fly-Ex”) with RFA Lyme Bay, HMS Bulwark, HMS Ocean and RFA Waveknight in order to deliver training for all involved personnel and develop safe and efficient working practices.Exercise Albanian Lion culminated in a simulated large-scale amphibious assault in Albania. The detachment was able to provide round-the-clock availability of both aircraft for tasking.Working closely with RAF Chinooks crews, operating from the capital Tirana, two companies of elite Royal Marine Commandos were swiftly delivered from the Task Group to their objectives in two major assaults over a four day period.All of this was achieved with a detailed tactical overlay that effectively reflected a modern complex battlefield; all planned, controlled and conducted from the impressive Command and Control hub onboard HMS Bulwark.The detachment saw the first Junglie use of a synthetic Temporary Aircraft Shelter (TAS), which had been erected on the flight deck of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Lyme Bay.With Albanian Lion complete, and the aircraft having flown an impressive 80 hours, the Task Group heads South through Suez. The period sees the flight working with a German, US and French ships.[mappress]Press Release, October 14, 2014; Image: UK Navy October 14, 2014 Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today King of the Junglies Engages in Exercise Albanian Lion center_img View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Albanian Lion King of the Junglies Engages in Exercise Albanian Lion View post tag: europe View post tag: Engages View post tag: Naval Authoritieslast_img

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