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November 30, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software vendor J.D. Edwards and Arthur Andersen Process Solutions (AAPS), the outsourcing service line of Arthur Andersen, said Monday they have expanded their alliance to offer outsourced applications to corporate customers worldwide. Under the agreement, AAPS will use J.D. Edwards’ OneWorld network-centric software solution or WorldSoftware to manage a customer’s financial applications. Additionally, AAPS said it is currently developing a shared service capability and plans to provide a broad range of outsourcing services in the future. Users will pay the ERP vendor a flat, monthly fee for the service as opposed to buying licenses upfront, the company said. Neither J.D Edwards nor Intel were available for comment as we went to press.

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