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MiPro Business Intelligence: our new services practice is live

Today, if you’ve been scanning the wires, you’ll note that we’ve announced a  brand-new services arm focusing on Business Intelligence (BI).  This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to people who follow us on Twitter and read this blog regularly; about three weeks ago, we announced our hiring of Larry Zagata, an established BI guru,

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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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Oracle Announces One Additional Year of Available Support for PeopleSoft HRMS 8.8

Relevant information to many of our clients.  From the Oracle support FAQ: Q: What is Oracle announcing? A: Oracle’s PeopleSoft HRMS 8.8 customers will be able to purchase an additional year of Extended Support. This adds a fourth year to Oracle’s typical three-year timeframe and extends the overall Extended Support date from December 2010 to

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New Addition

I try to keep internal events at MiPro (mostly) away from the blog unless they’re newsworthy on a broader level, because most internal gyrations have no context to our readership and therefore are a bit ho-hum. As an exception, I’d like to take a moment to announce a new addition to MiPro that we’re very

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This Week: MiPro Consulting at HRTech 2008

If you’re going to HRTech 2008 in Chicago this week, come by and see us.  Mainly, we just want to hear how your business is doing.  There’s a lot going on in our country right now, and we’re interested in how you’re dealing with your HRIT projects and the demands you’re hearing from your management. 

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Joshua Greenbaum on Oracle Fusion: Greatly Exceeded Expectations

For anyone still wondering if Oracle has let Fusion go into a black hole and innovation has stalled in the mothership, Joshua Greenbaum emphatically says no: Perhaps the most impressive, due only in part to the huge hype riding behind it, is Fusion Applications. Oracle gave industry analysts a two-hour mind-melting core dump earlier in

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Field Notes from Oracle OpenWorld

So I’m wrapping up at Oracle OpenWorld with Jim Borne, one of our Client Executives, where I’ve been asked to be the subject matter expert for PeopleSoft Maintenance Management.  I’ve been at the Utilities Industry kiosk, and while the name might not get you fired up, there’s been a ton of attention around the Maintenance

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