Thursday Jun 21, 2012

PeopleSoft RECONNECT Conference Unites the PeopleSoft Community

The PeopleSoft team is looking forward to participating in this new PeopleSoft deep dive conference from the Quest International Users Group.  We’ve worked diligently with the leadership of Quest’s PeopleSoft Special Interest Groups (SIG’s) and Regional User Groups (RUG’s) to make sure this national user event delivers PeopleSoft content that meets the needs of the PeopleSoft community.

The inaugural PeopleSoft RECONNECT conference will be held August 27-29, 2012 in Hartford Connecticut.  Through our Product Strategy, Development and Support teams Oracle will provide support for education sessions in these key tracks:

  • Human Capital Management (HCM)
  • Financials (FMS)
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Supply Chain, Manufacturing & Distribution (SCM)
  • Project Costing
  • Applications Technology (PeopleTools)

Oracle will host a general session from John Webb, plus roadmap sessions for the major PeopleSoft product areas.  We will also host enhancement discussions for our key PeopleSoft solutions allowing participants to contribute to the future of PeopleSoft through an interactive forum.  All of this is part of the 100+ education sessions being offered by the customer and vendor community.  

There’s a lot of buzz around this conference, so don’t delay in registering key members of your team today.  We look forward to seeing you there so register NOW!

Thursday Mar 08, 2012

PeopleSoft European User Group Tour

A cold, late February wind blew as I crossed the Champs Elysees on route back to my Paris hotel. Myself and key members of the PeopleSoft product team including Tracy Martin (Senior Director PeopleSoft HCM Product Management), Amira Morcos (Senior Director PeopleSoft Financials Product Management), and Jeff Robbins (Senior Director PeopleSoft Product Management) had just concluded the first of three PeopleSoft user group events in Europe. The Paris, France event, like the other events in Utrecht, Netherlands and London, England were rousing successes; each event drawing between 100 and 150 attendees. Learn more about these three events and the user groups behind them here:

  • Paris, France (link)
  • Utrecht, Netherlands (link)
  • London, England (link
Our tour was intended to engage the European PeopleSoft user community, share with them Oracle’s continued investment in PeopleSoft, discuss the PeopleSoft product roadmap, and educate them on the value delivered from PeopleSoft solutions. We accomplished this and more. The European PeopleSoft user community showed itself to be well organized, energized, and incredibly gracious hosts – the entire PeopleSoft team thanks them for the invitation to participate in their events.

The European PeopleSoft user community, like all PeopleSoft user communities around the world, was very hungry for not only information on PeopleSoft and its roadmap, but also information on Oracle Fusion Applications and what they mean to them as PeopleSoft customers. We were happy to oblige them. In the end, the event attendees walked away reassured about the future of PeopleSoft and that Oracle Fusion Applications are intended to compliment and co-exist with PeopleSoft applications – not replace PeopleSoft applications. I am not the only one who thinks these events were a success. Check out ComputerWorld UK’s take on the London event here.

Thursday Apr 21, 2011

PeopleSoft @ Collaborate 11: Moving Forward with Oracle

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This blog is dedicated to topics focused on PeopleSoft Applications, including Human Capital Management, Financials, Enterprise Service Automation, Asset Lifecycle Management, Procurement, Supply Chain and Customer Relationship Management.

For information about legislative updates to our PeopleSoft Applications see the PeopleSoft Legislative Updates Blog.

For information about PeopleTools see the PeopleSoft Technology Blog.

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