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PeopleSoft extends professional certification

Global ERP vendor has announced its intention to extend its certification and training programme in the Middle East to a wide range of IT professionals.

ERP vendor PeopleSoft has announced it is to extend its curriculum programme for PeopleSoft applications and technologies in the Middle East, to a broad base of professionals working across the IT sector

The new PeopleSoft Certified Professional Programme (CPP) is available to all IT staff working with or looking to adopt Peoplesoft applications in their company. The programme is also open to resellers and ISVs. Peoplesoft says the CPP assures potential customers a higher skill level from local IT workers.

“Demand for qualified IT professionals is high. Expanding this programme across the region will improve all aspects of the software use, including helping our customers find the best resources for their software projects,” says Tim Caulkett, regional director, PeopleSoft, Middle East. “The new Professional Certification Programme also provides IT professionals with the knowledge, skills, and industry recognition they need to compete for highly coveted IT positions.”

Demand for certification has been increasing across the Middle East as companies expand and develop their deployment of ERP technology. The new certification will help to increase the ERP knowledge base in the region, and the potential for more ERP solution-based sales through the channel.

Successful participants will even be allowed to put the respected PeopleSoft brand logo on their business cards.

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