Monday Dec 02, 2013

Upgrading to 9.2 - Info You Can Use (Part 3 - Eliminate Customizations)

Guest Blogger:    Shamus Kahl, Senior Practice Director, Oracle Consulting Solution Centers

Are your CEMLI’s Holding You Back?    PeopleSoft 9.2 provides a high degree of configuration and new functionality, which provides the ideal opportunity to eliminate customizations from older releases.

Upgrading your enterprise applications can be an intimidating experience depending on your organization’s level of customizations. Often times these customizations can have an on-going effect on your organization causing increased complexity, less flexibility, and additional maintenance cost.

Organizations that reduce their dependency on customizations:

  • Reduce complexity by up to 50%
  • Reduce the cost of future maintenance and upgrades
  • Create a foundation for easier enablement of new product functionality and business value
Oracle Consulting offers a complimentary service called Oracle CEMLI Benchmark and Analysis, which is an effective first step used to evaluate your PeopleSoft application CEMLI complexity. The service will help your organization understand the number of customizations you have, how you rank against your peer groups and identify target areas for customization reduction by providing a catalog of customizations by object type, PeopleSoft application module, CEMLI ID or Project ID and Business Process.

Whether you’re currently deployed on-premise, managed private cloud or considering a move to the cloud, understanding your customizations is critical as you begin an upgrade. Learn how you can reduce complexity and overall TCO with this informative screencast. For more information or to take advantage of this complimentary service today, contact Oracle Consulting directly at ask-oracleconsulting.com_us@oracle.com.

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