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Optimizing your PeopleSoft 9.2 Deployment


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.

MIPRO's Business Intelligence Manifesto: Six Requirements for an Effective BI Deployment


An examination of top requirements for executing a top-performing Business Intelligence (BI) system that can strategically guide a company's decision-making. The fundamentals of this whitepaper can serve as checklist to help avoid pitfalls and drive a successful BI program. Major discussion themes are MIPRO Consulting's top requirements for deploying effective BI along with real-world, front-line business examples to illustrate the value of adhering to these best practices. Authored by Larry Zagata, one of North America's most recognized names in real-world BI consulting and delivery.

PeopleSoft Maintenance Management: An Introduction and Overview of Benefits


An overview of PeopleSoft Maintenance Management and its superiority relative to point solutions. This paper discusses the MM/ALM-centric aspects of integration, business process optimization, reporting/analysis and implementation. Authored by David Brunet, one of North America's foremost experts on PeopleSoft Maintenance Management."

Executive Summary: PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 RVP


In June of 2012, Oracle published their Release Value Proposition for PeopleSoft HCM release 9.2. You can download it here; you'll need your My Oracle Support id to access/download the document. We anticipate the general release of PeopleSoft HCM V9.2 sometime this fall. Our resident HCM expert Anne Meyer has analyzed and summarized the salient points from the 85-page HCM RVP into a two-page executive summary. This document provides solid information on the most current release of one of PeopleSoft's primary modules.

Executive Summary part I: PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 RVP


In July of 2012, Oracle published their Release Value Proposition for PeopleSoft FSCM release 9.2. You can download it here; you'll need your My Oracle Support id to access/download the document. We anticipate the general release of PeopleSoft FSCM V9.2 sometime early 2013. MIPRO has analyzed and summarized the salient points from the 117 page FSCM RVP into a two part executive summary. Part I provides a bullet-pointed summary of the Financial Management Systems (FMS) and the Enterprise Services Automation (ESA) portions of the RVP.

Executive Summary Part II: PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 RVP


In July of 2012, Oracle published their Release Value Proposition for PeopleSoft FSCM release 9.2. You can download it here; you'll need your My Oracle Support id to access/download the document. We anticipate the general release of PeopleSoft FSCM V9.2 sometime early 2013. MIPRO has analyzed and summarized the salient points from the 117 page FSCM RVP into a two part executive summary. Part II provides a bullet-pointed summary of the Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) portions of the RVP.

Workforce Redefined


When MIPRO Consulting was first founded in 2005, our vision was not only to develop one of the premier business consulting services in the nation, but to do so using a business model that relied entirely on full-time salaried employees. While we take great pride in the fact that that first goal has been accomplished, our vision of what our workforce would look like is very different than on the day we opened our doors. The reason for that is very simple: service.

Upgrade Success Criteria - A Recipe for Success


It’s a question that will make a room fall silent: what’s the difference between a successful upgrade and one that fails? We have seen two completely opposite ends of the spectrum between effective PeopleSoft projects and ones that have not succeeded. Historically, we’ve been asked to come in to try to remedy a number of unsuccessful upgrades. It’s almost always ugly, and it happens more than you might think.