PeopleSoft @ Collaborate 11: Moving Forward with Oracle

The 2011 Collaborate users group conference took place in mid April at the Orlando convention center. This year there was a common sense of excitement shared among the nearly 500 PeopleSoft attendees. Perhaps more than in any other year the PeopleSoft community really seems to get what Oracle is doing. They understand Oracle's applications strategy, including the continued investment in PeopleSoft and how Oracle Fusion Applications future proof's their Oracle investments. Customers are looking to move forward with their PeopleSoft applications and upgrade and expand their footprints. At education sessions and networking events the talk was of upgrading to PeopleSoft 9.1 and the sharing of best practices, including the need to reduce customization and leverage strong, early project governance. Even at Quest's CIO Forum, where 60 CIOs from a mix of PeopleSoft and JD Edwards customers met in parallel to the Collaborate education sessions as part of Quest Leadership Community, the talk was positive and around how organizations can address current and future needs with Oracle. In the end, many PeopleSoft attendees seemed to leave the event energized and enthusiastic about the future. To learn more about the Collaborate event click here.  To learn more about the new Quest Leadership Community click here.

 

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People gather around the PeopleSoft kiosk at Collaborate 2011.

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