Top 10 most popular PeopleSoft blog posts of 2023

January 19, 2024 | 3 minute read
Vaseem Khan
Principal Product Manager/Strategy
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2023 was an incredible year for the PeopleSoft community as a whole.

The product development team kept delivering new features and releases across the product pillars.  OpenSearch was introduced to the community. We responded to the SECURE 2.0 Act. The annual support extension was rolled out and announced at the RECONNECT Live! conference in May. All of this had a positive impact on our blog’s growth in 2023.

There were other announcements and features too that caught the attention of the community which contributed to our blog’s success. Let’s find out which blog posts made it to the ‘Top 10’ list last year.


10 Staying Current on PeopleTools - 2023 edition

Published back in March 2023, Greg Kelly in this blog post reminds customers to customers to stay current on their PeopleTools releases and to make the most out of Oracle’s technology and support as PeopleTools 8.58 approaches the end of life.


9 SECURE 2.0 Act - Position Paper UPDATED June 2023 (U.S.A. Only)

8 SECURE 2.0 Act - Position Paper UPDATED (U.S.A Only)

In accordance with the SECURE 2.0 Act Tammy Boyles takes you through some of the enhancements that Oracle is considering for retirement savings plans in PeopleSoft.  You can keep track of all the legislative updates by looking up our “Legislative Updates” category on our blog channel.


7 Learn about the PeopleSoft FSCM Image #47 release and the list of features that stand out

Tadipatri Sudarsan provides an overview of the features released in Image #47 for FSCM. Some of the features covered include  Real Time Indexing for Journals, Process Deferred Billings, eProcurement Batch Switch for Requisitions, etc.


6 PeopleSoft Delivered Security Roles and Permissions

Greg Kelly lists down delivered User ID’s, Roles, and Permission Lists in this blog post helping users save time. 


5 Process Monitor: What's new in PeopleTools 8.59 and 8.60?

Aruna Devi Arasumani shares the list of new features for Process Monitor introduced in PeopleTools 8.59 and 8.60 in this blog post.


4 OpenSearch availability in PeopleTools is coming soon

3 OpenSearch is generally available with PeopleTools 8.60.07

Sasank Vemana announces the availability of OpenSearch with PeopleTools 8.60.07. Starting with PeopleTools 8.60.07, OpenSearch Kit (OSK) DPK is available in addition to ELK DPK.


2 HCM Image 45 is now available!  Here are some of the top features to take note of!

In this blog post, Jeremy Pelley lists some of the long-awaited features of HCM released in HCM Image 45.  Which include Performance Management, Time and Labor, Remote Worker, etc.


1 Oracle Extends Support for PeopleSoft to 2034

Rebekah Jackson announces support for PeopleSoft through 2034. Through this Oracle keeps up its commitment to a rolling 10 years of PeopleSoft support.



In 2024, we shall keep you updated about the latest announcements and developments through this blog channel. We also look forward to seeing you in person at the upcoming BLUEPRINT 4D event to be held in Dallas, Texas. Learn more about the event here.

Vaseem Khan

Principal Product Manager/Strategy

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