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Lawson Software is looking to lure Peoplesoft and JD Edwards customers away from Oracle with an improved migration programme.

The move to Lawson products would take 12 months, and the company promises discounts on Peoplesoft and OneWorld maintenance support during that time.

Aimed at IBM iSeries users, the scheme includes consulting services from IBM premier partner CIBER.

Dean Hager, chief product officer at Lawson Software, said: "We believe PeopleSoft/JD Edwards World and OneWorld customers will find a much greater future for their business applications software in moving to Lawson.

"This programme is designed to make that move extremely affordable, and as quick and smooth as possible," he claimed.

More details on the Lawson site here. ®

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