Tag: PeopleSoft Supplier Relationship Management

Best Practices for 9.2 Upgrade on Oracle Managed Cloud Services (OMCS) Presented by Covanta Energy Corp Session ID 110740, presented at COLLABORATE 16 Covanta Energy LLC is the world’s largest En

Assuring Quality of a PeopleSoft Upgrade program using Dual-Shift Approach Presented by Cognizant Technology Solutions,  Session ID 109150, presented at COLLABORATE 16 PeopleSoft Upgrade programs are

Special guest, Jeff Robbins, Senior Director of PeopleSoft Strategy, will share his thoughts on technology trends and key areas of interest in PeopleSoft today. Come join us for the PeopleSoft Technology SIG session and be sure to bring your questions for Jeff!

Lessons Learned on PeopleSoft Selective Adoption and PeopleSoft Update Manager Presented by BTRG Session ID 106560, presented at COLLABORATE 16 The central tool driving the revolutionary new People

Beyond Mobile Web: Creating true Mobile Apps Presented by The Bauen Group Session ID 106550, presented at COLLABORATE 16 There is a clear difference between a mobile app and web page designed for a mo

Off the Hook! PeopleSoft Integrated Mobile Apps in Offline Mode Presented by Magic Software Enterprises, Inc.,  Session ID 104900, presented at COLLABORATE 16 Tablet and smartphone apps that connect

Stay or Upgrade to PeopleSoft 9.2, to the Cloud Presented by Velocity Technology Solutions, Inc. Session ID 103940, presented at COLLABORATE 16 This presentation and session covers how customers can k

PeopleSoft Upgrade Panel - Tips and Tricks Presented by Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company Session ID 103510, presented at COLLABORATE 16 Cutting Edge discussion of current key u

Upgrade or Re-Implement? A Quantitative Analysis Tool to Support Your Decision Presented by SpearMC Session ID 101540, presented at COLLABORATE 16 Over time, organizations which have implemented ER

Real life experience of implementing PUM (PeopleSoft Update Manager) at a client site.  Session will focus on the client’s PUM strategy, and will also focus on the condensed set of instructions provided to “fast-track” the execution of PUM, implemented on a logically separate server environment.