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March 29, 2017
Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Alliance and Strategy

Many organizations embark on a Cloud journey to achieve scalability, cost-efficiency and higher application performance. Enterprises move to the Cloud for its agility and cost-efficiency, among other perks. However, moving your application into the Cloud requires a good strategy and team for change management as well as careful planning. After your assessment of a Cloud solution, you might decide that the Cloud is not for you yet. A good strategy for moving to the Cloud is the coexistence strategy. You keep your current application, and you move a small part to the Cloud, or you leverage processes that you do not have on premise. One way to approach the Cloud is by leveraging the Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service. Discover how you can define a coexistence strategy with Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service.

December 6, 2013

How do you share information from your PeopleSoft HRMSFinancialSupply Chain system with your users? Do you run queries then import the results into Excel spreadsheets? If that’s the case, have you ever thought about security and real time analysis of your data?

PeopleSoft unleashes the power of your ERP with PeopleSoft Pivot Grids, which were first introduced in PeopleTools 8.52. Pivot Grids have been greatly enhanced with PeopleTools Release 8.53.

The new functionality enables users to slice and dice the data within their PeopleSoft ERP without having to go to an analytics warehouse. Users get multiple dimensions for the same data, which can then be exposed in interactive charts and be refreshed anytime the grid data is redrawn. The combination of the grid and chart capabilities provides a very powerful mechanism for interpreting complex data. PeopleSoft Pivot Grids allow the user to analyze data within your application.

Another great advantage is that PeopleSoft Pivot Grids enables users to drill down to the transactional level. Since analysis often requires more data for deeper analysis, this Feature eliminates the need for exporting the data to excel and pivoting it over there. This improves data accuracy, boosts security and saves time.

November 22, 2013
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy and Alliance

PeopleSoft 9.2 introduces a new paradigm shift in how users get work done in PeopleSoft. WorkCenters are a onestop shop for business users to process, conduct transactions, take action on alerts and view reports and analytics. The built-in intelligence delivers within the work center facilitate the multitasking very easy and seamless without losing focus. The system guides the user on their work priorities and helps them resolve exceptions and bottlenecks quickly. WorkCenters can be cross-functional and are highly configurable. Based on the user roles and permissions the user the WorkCenters will deliver a personalized content to the users. The WorkCenter combines transactions, analytics, workflow notifications, and reports into a configurable framework that can be tailored to each role-based user in the enterprise. The WorkCenters were designed for areas with high-volume users, such as a Billing or Payables clerk in the Financials department, so that users gain greater productivity and spend less time navigating the system and dealing with exceptions. PeopleSoft WorkCenters simplify the process and reduce the time and effort it takes to perform a business process.

The WorkCenters delivered within PeopleSoft 9.2 leverage the PeopleTools WorkCenter framework and Applications WorkCenter framework. PeopleSoft 9.2 delivered preconfigured WorkCenters with a set of pagelets and links. You can easily add more pagelets and use the delivered framework to personalize the look and feel of the pagelets.

July 12, 2013
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy and Alliance

A new program to revise the current tax audit rules and procedures will extend to all taxpayers in France beginning in 2014. Will your business be prepared for the switch?

Today, almost all companies keep their accounts on a computer. The last French government supplementary budget for 2012, published on December 29, substantially amends the rules of tax audits for companies that keep their accounts on a computer. The new regulations will go into effect January 1, 2014, and any company with a computerized accounting system that is subject to a tax audit will be required to transmit its data administration in the form of computer files.

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