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 Welcome to Alliance 2013

MIPRO, an Event Silver Sponsor, is pleased to welcome you to Alliance 2013.
 
Alliance represents the largest meeting of Higher Education, Public Sector & Federal users of Oracle Applications in the world.
 

MIPRO Quick Links

MIPRO &  Oracle present a webinar entitled, Adding Facilities Maintenance to your PeopleSoft Solution for Higher Education
PeopleSoft Update & Product Roadmap
from Oracle OpenWorld 2012
10 Innovations in PeopleSoft 9.2, #10
By John Webb, January 2013
 PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 RVP
 PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 RVP
MIPRO’s Executive Summary of the PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 RVP
MIPRO’s Executive Summary of the PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 RVP, Part I
MIPRO’s Executive Summary of the PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 RVP, Part II
MIPRO’s Executive Summary of the PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 RVP on SlideShare
This is the one annual event where you can network with 3000+ other working users, discuss the applications we use, our unique implementations, our successes and the pitfalls we’ve overcome. Every year Alliance gets bigger and better. With over 450+ user driven sessions, you’re sure to find 3 full days of content to help your institution or organization succeed!
 
Stop by Booth #601, meet the MIPRO Team and learn more about our experience with & passion for the PeopleSoft suite of products.
 
Some of the top sessions on our agendas?
 
Session Number: 31665
Track: Public Sector
Sub-Categorization: Asset Management
Session Type: Oracle Vision
Tags: Asset management, Inventory, maintenance management
Primary Presenter: Michael Madden [Director, Asset Lifecycle Management Solutions – Oracle]
Co-Presenter: Paul Martin [Director of Business Operations – Western University]
Time: Mar 19, 2013 (08:00 AM – 09:00 AM)
Room: 127

PeopleSoft Update & Product Roadmap: Introducing PeopleSoft Release 9.2!
Session Number: 31688
Track: Special Sessions
Sub-Categorization: General Interest
Session Type: Oracle Application
Primary Presenter: Paco Aubrejuan [Senior Vice President, PeopleSoft Enterprise Development – Oracle]
Co-Presenter: Mark Armstrong [Director, Product Development – Oracle]
Time: Mar 18, 2013 (09:15 AM – 10:15 AM)
Room: Hall DE
 
Oracle’s upcoming release of PeopleSoft 9.2 is one of the most highly touted releases in recent memory for the PeopleSoft community.  Not since the release of PeopleTools 8.53 has the PeopleSoft community been so abuzz with anticipation.  The new functionality and upgrades seem to be exactly what the ERP market has been waiting for and will position PeopleSoft for growth and upgrade opportunities. 
 
MIPRO is keeping a watchful eye; reading, digesting, and cataloging all salient information being released by Oracle prior to the release of PeopleSoft 9.2.  MIPRO was asked by Oracle to take part in pre-release testing in January of this year.  Our consultants and leadership team logged over 200 hours testing more than 135 menu items for functionality in the Supply Chain Management (SCM), Human Capital Management (HCM) and Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) modules; with a particular focus on ALM.
 
Oracle published Release Value Propositions (RVP) for both the core HCM product and FSCM during the summer of 2012.  Both RVP’s were detailed and lengthy; chock full of exciting new features and options.  Current customers and partners can download the 9.2 RVP’s.  Start in the PeopleSoft Apps Strategy blog using this link.  MIPRO’s functional experts read each of the RVP’s cover-to-cover & we published executives summaries of each in late 2012; links to which are listed in the Quick Links section.
 
Oracle published Cumulative Feature Overviews (aka CFO’s), for PeopleSoft 9.2 in November 2012.  Developed in an Excel spreadsheet format, the CFO’s enables you to quickly understand the major changes that have occurred across multiple releases for any give product.  The CFO provides a list of these changes for all releases since PeopleSoft 8.9 with detailed descriptions.  Current customers and partners can now download the 9.2 versions of the CFO’s in My Oracle Support utilizing this link.