PeopleSoft Strategic Sourcing: Optimization

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PeopleSoft Strategic Sourcing: Optimization

Picking up where we left off, everyone. Today’s topic: optimization. You can use the Strategic Sourcing optimization engine to analyze bids online or by using the batch process — Sourcing Optimization process (AUC_OPT_AE) — by using specific business constraints. The optimization engine recommends an award allocation based on best price, total cost, or score. You

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Optimize, Upgrade or Both?

Might it be a good time to optimize your current system and/or business processes? What is the true state of your system? Consider these: Is your organization considering changing to a different system? If so, is it possible that, by executing a system optimization initiative and/or functional upgrade with your current system, that you might

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2012: Do You Know Your PeopleSoft Roadmap?

2012…what’s in store for you this year? If Santa didn’t leave you an upgrade to PeopleSoft 9.1 under your tree, nor PeopleTools 8.52 in your stocking Christmas morning, you may need to take control of the situation yourself.  Whether you are losing support for your current PeopleSoft applications or you finally have managed to set

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The BluePrint Workshop

So you just spent six months creating a Request For Proposal (RFP), distributing that RFP to a list of 15 possible vendors, shortlisting the vendors, conducting oral presentations, selecting your implementation partner, executing weeks of contract negotiations and finally after thousands of person hours invested you are ready to start the implementation.  So, what’s the

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Now available: PeopleSoft packaged services

Over the last six months, one of the most frequent requests we’ve been getting is for low-cost, high-yield, quick-turnaround packaged services that tackle some main technical hurdles of PeopleSoft implementations.  These aren’t standard, large-project based engagements: these are geared more towards productized services than traditional professional services. What we’re finding is that despite the slow

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