When Experience Tell Us to No-Bid a PeopleSoft Deal

Gayla Burns, Author at MIPRO

When Experience Tell Us to No-Bid a PeopleSoft Deal

I’m assuming you’ve heard this cliché at least once or twice before: “Trust me, this is going to hurt me more than you, but it’s for your own good.” This is exactly what went through my mind when I had to send a “no-bid” notice to a prospective new PeopleSoft deal.  As a seasoned sales

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Personal Clouds: We Really Have Come Full Circle

In early 2012 I wrote a blog entitled, Mainframe, Distributed, Personal, Cloud – Back to Where We Started? My hypothesis was how we have come full circle – mainframe back to “mainframe-like” in order to access the applications we somehow cannot live without.  Except now these apps reside in a “cloud” somewhere in a massive server farm

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Intuitive vs. Innate vs. Taught

A MIPRO colleague and I recently visited a client to conduct a post-project review.  The standard procedure of asking our customer how we did on the engagement can be both enjoyable and painful, but it is always productive.  This particular post-project review offered praise and critique which we take very seriously and do our best

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Blogging About Blogging

We are fortunate – very fortunate actually – to have a very talented team of managers, consultants and sales professionals here at MIPRO.  Every day, you, our daily readers, have the opportunity to read something new, exciting (we hope) and in most cases of high value (we really hope), here on our blog.  And for

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‘Just In Case’

Recently, it was reported right here on this blog that I purchased an iPad. For those who know me, yes, this was a significant event. Now that a few months have passed, I’d like to offer an update.  Because here’s the backstory: even though I live and breathe PeopleSoft and ERP and professional services, I’m

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