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February 20, 2016
By Tina Travis, Ataway Global Director of Campus Solutions

With PeopleSoft Campus Solutions mobile application, students can access the information they need while on the go. Students can look up and enroll in classes, view class assignments and grades, monitor any holds on their account and look up a current account balance. The application provides a user-friendly mobile experience and increases self-service level, lowering institutions’ total cost of ownership. 

February 13, 2016
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy & Alliance

With the PeopleSoft HCM Mobile Paycheck application, your institution’s faculty and staff can access all the paycheck information they need from the palm of their hands. Faculty and staff can access paycheck information through a tile on the fluid Self Service homepage. Information on items such as deductions, taxes, overtime and sick leave, among others, are accessible, and all by individual paycheck or a year-to-date basis. You can consult our eBooks on PeopleSoft for higher education as well our eBooks for other industries.

August 13, 2015
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy & Alliance

Request absences and view your time on the go. With PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 Mobile Absence Time and Labor functionality, employees can request time off wherever they are from their smartphone or tablet. Managers can also approve time reporting exceptions and monitor direct reports' times from their mobile devices.

June 13, 2014

Marc Weintraub recently interviewed David Bain about the new changes in technology for PeopleSoft regarding mobility and the new Fluid UI.

After the introduction, 3G PeopleSoft was among the first application vendors to release an application that was native: iReceipts. PeopleSoft was again the first to release an application on the ADF Framework: Mobile Inventory Management. Again, PeopleSoft was the first to build with the Mobile application framework, the mobile self-services Campus Solution.

Then, PeopleSoft delivered on 9.1 a series of mobile applications using PeopleSoft technology:

David Bain explained that the mobile products were built with the technology available at the time, but the PeopleSoft team wanted to include within PeopleTools an easy-to- use technology for organizations. Including this Fluid UI technology within the PeopleSoft toolset will shorten the lifecycle costs for customers. The customers will then be able to use the same skills to administer and deploy PeopleSoft for Mobile applications, thus reducing the complexity.

The new fluid UI will be delivered to customers in 9.2 through the PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM). PUM will help customers uptake any features or enhancements without having to go through a major upgrade. The application, with the Fluid UI, will be responsive and optimized on the technology they are running on.  A series of applications will be delivered for HR (Manager Self-Service Homepage, My Team view and Analytics approval, etc.) and Finance (Travel Authorization, Employee Status Reporting, Supplier watch list, etc.).

January 18, 2014
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy and Alliance

The PeopleSoft Mobile Company Directory demonstrates Oracle’s investment in more mobile-based applications. Both the tablet and smartphone provide quick and easy access to contact information, allowing users to directly communicate with people in the organization while on the go. The Mobile Company Directory, which was introduced in 9.1, only requires PeopleTools 8.52 for its use. If your Organization is already in 9.1, you can definitely leverage this application without doing any upgrade. If you are upgrading to PeopleSoft 9.2, you should look at the other mobile application available. Like the predecessor PeopleSoft Mobile application, Mobile Company Directory is based on HTML5 and CSS3. Both solutions do not require downloads but are accessible via standard login and provide a user experience tailored to the user’s specific device. PeopleSoft also leverages Single Sign On (SSO) in these applications.

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