We have posted many blogs surrounding the topics of optimization, such as the structured process to optimization, configuring WorkCenters, Fluid navigation collections, Fluid pivot grid tiles, simplified analytics, etc. We have also published a detailed white paper that describes the structured workshops, PeopleSoft product reviews and optimization roadmap – putting the concepts together from beginning to end including a specific results-oriented example. It is important to fully understand how all of these concepts come together to most effectively optimize PeopleSoft. Below is an excerpt from our white paper. Be sure to check out it out in its entirety by clicking here.
From our white paper:
We have seen it many times before, organizations upgrade to 9.2 but only perform a technical upgrade to maintain support. While it may serve the organization in the short term to quickly or cheaply move to 9.2, it does not provide the business any value. The business continues to operate as though it was the early 2000’s, not leveraging the modern toolset and latest features and functionality. There is no optimization and improvement in the business processes or overall improvement to the organization which does not result in cost savings, strategic value-add of employees or, in general, more efficient operations.
Let’s explore specifically how the above-defined scenario can be detrimental to the organization but, at the same time, be easily fixable – not only easily fixable but likely resulting in far superior business value than could be envisioned……
Within this white paper we will walk through the formal and structured process to PeopleSoft optimization: define key objectives for the organization and leverage those objectives as a guide to analyzing the new features and functionality to deploy, create recommendations, prioritize those recommendations, create a project and deliverables roadmap and provide an example with results tying the process all together.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please email me at Larry.Zagata@MIPROConsulting.com.