Tag: PeopleSoft Supplier Relationship Management

PeopleSoft Supplier Scorecarding is transforming the way organizations are managing supplier relationships. As businesses grow, their supplier systems become complex. This is especially true when businesses begin building multiple locations around the world, and access, price, quality, and delivery times are in constant change.

PeopleSoft Supplier Scorecard measures supplier performance against a set of targets to ensure suppliers are meeting the needs of the organization in a way that is acceptable. The Supplier Scorecarding process consists of evaluation templates containing weighted sections and questions which can be used to evaluate and score suppliers utilized by your organization. Evaluation responses can be solicited from users across an organization. Results are collected, validated, and posted making them available for review and analysis to help determine whether a supplier is performing up to the expectations of the organization. Attend this session to get an overview of the PeopleSoft Supplier Scorecarding.

Presented by Tadipatri Susarsan, Oracle

Part of PeopleSoft Global Day 2019

If you haven’t already, register for Global PeopleSoft Day today! Global PeopleSoft Day offers in-depth PeopleSoft education for a global community. This one-day event offers conference-quality virtual education at times tailored to those in locations outside the Americas. There will be six sessions offered throughout the day, and you can register for as many as you would like. The event is free to participate in.

Mar 26 @  5:30am

PeopleSoft Supplier Scorecard measures supplier performance against a set of targets to ensure suppliers are meeting the needs of the organization in a way that is acceptable. The Supplier Scorecarding process consists of evaluation templates containing weighted sections and questions which can be used to evaluate and score suppliers utilized by your organization. Evaluation responses…

The first step in getting RECONNECT 19 ready for attendees is to start selecting the presentations that will be showcased at the conference. The RECONNECT 19 Call for Presentations is now open!

Roush is an engineering company with over 3,500 employees in over four countries with 49 facilities. Roush self-implemented PeopleSoft 7.5 at the end of 1999, in preparation for the dreaded 2000. Now, in 2019, Roush is on PeopleSoft 9.2 PUM 23 and Tools 8.56. The company is committed to staying current as PUM updates become available and will soon be evaluating PUM 24 and PUM 25.

Tadipatri Sudarsan, Senior Product Strategy Manager at Oracle, recently gave a presentation over the PeopleSoft Fluid Supplier Portal during Quest Global Day. The presentation covered the benefits of using the Fluid Interface and Fluid Supplier Portal.

Presented by Dan Rotermund, Roush Enterprises

Using procurement contracts will save you time and money. This process will put controls in place, provide valuable notifications and communicate effectively with suppliers. Buyers will not have to create new PO's for each release or requisition when using the Single PO option. This will also reduce ME's with the receiving and A/P process.

*This session was part of Quest Experience Week, PeopleSoft Day*

Presented by Dan Rotermund, Roush Enterprises

Using procurement contracts will save you time and money. This process will put controls in place, provide valuable notifications and communicate effectively with suppliers. Buyers will not have to create new PO's for each release or requisition when using the Single PO option. This will also reduce ME's with the receiving and A/P process.

*This session was part of Quest Experience Week, PeopleSoft Day*

Dec 5 @  3:30pm

Presented by Dan Rotermund, Roush Enterprises Using procurement contracts will save you time and money. This process will put controls in place, provide valuable notifications and communicate effectively with suppliers. Buyers will not have to create new PO's for each release or requisition when using the Single PO option. This will also reduce ME's with…