Payment Request Center

Larry Zagata, Author at MIPRO - Page 2 of 22

Payment Request Center

Delivered in FSCM PUM Image 6, PeopleSoft Payables 9.2 provides the ability for users to enter payment requests such as non-PO, miscellaneous, and other expenses into PeopleSoft. End users from Marketing, Legal, Operations and other departments may now initiate and submit their expenses without AP assistance. This has a positive impact by reducing the AP team’s

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Configuration Specialist

Based on PeopleTools 8.58, future PeopleSoft application update images will include a Configuration Specialist homepage and role in addition to selected tile definitions such as the Page and Field Configurator and the Form Designer. Currently, PeopleTools 8.58 includes the following tile definitions: Activity Guide. Manage Dashboard Pages. Navigation Collections. Notifications. Pivot Grid. Related Content Service.

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WorkCenter Loading Tips

The WorkCenter is a great PeopleSoft feature which addresses a majority of a subject area’s business needs all on one page. However, the initial loading performance of the WorkCenter’s dashboard is often a concern. The embeddable Pagelets are designed for common usage. Depending on your data, the configuration, etc., the time to load can be lengthy. In

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LEVERAGING IMPORTANT LEASE ADMINISTRATION DATA – PART II

Hello again everyone! Welcome to Part II of our blog series, Leveraging Important Lease Administration Data. In this blog, we will focus on lease payment monitoring enhanced with delivered BI Publisher tools. One of the most common and important Lease Administration queries requested by customers is a list of “lease payments due”. It is always important to

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Putting It All Together with PeopleSoft HR: COVID-19

We recently wrote a blog about using PeopleSoft Health and Safety to track COVID-19 cases. Additionally, Oracle has written several blogs about PeopleSoft HR capabilities. Putting it all together with PeopleSoft HR can provide an overall approach for dealing with COVID-19 including: Tracking COVID-19 incidents. Setting up a remote workforce. Tracking provided assets for remote workforce.

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Leveraging Important Lease Administration Data – Part I

Hello again everyone! Welcome to our next blog series, Leveraging Important Lease Administration Data. Using delivered functionality, we will be able to design a homepage that will allow Lease Administration users to work effectively and efficiently. In this blog series, Part I will focus on managing lease expiration dates and mechanics used to build the homepage.

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COVID-19 Follow-up

As a follow-up to our recent COVID-19 blog post, we would like to share Oracle’s page dedicated to COVID-19 resources. The site includes many COVID-19 related blogs like the ones listed below. Handling Special Enrollments and Leave Plans in PeopleSoft Benefits PeopleSoft HCM Can Help with Health and Safety Monitoring COVID-19: Updates for PeopleSoft HCM

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PeopleSoft HCM – COVID-19

As part of the HR module, PeopleSoft provides capabilities to track Health and Safety (H&S) of employees. If your organization has the need, you can leverage H&S to track COVID-19. There are multiple methods you can use to track COVID-19 based on your organization’s requirements. You can add COVID-19 as an occupational illness and/or a diagnosis. You can

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BI PUBLISHER – PART IV

In Part IV of our BI Publisher blog series, we will touch on adding drilling URL’s to the report. Step 1:  Add a drilling URL expression as a field on the query. Step 2:  Run the query to make sure the expression is a field. Step 3:  Add to the RTF template. Simply add a column

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BI PUBLISHER – PART III

In Part III of our BI Publisher blog series, we will walk through the steps of defining it as a report in PeopleSoft and setting it up to run. Step 1: Create a report definition under BI Publisher>Report Definition. Give the report a name. The Data Source is Query. The Source ID is the query name.  Click

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