Fluid UI Deployment – Tips, Tricks and Considerations

Listed below are some key considerations and helpful tips for designing and deploying PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface. Homepages Delivered homepages align to oracle’s published standards of either role based or function based design like Employee/Manager Self-service or Workforce Admin, Procurement Operations etc. While there are many ways to skin this cat, a role based design…

Fluid Navigation 101

Highlights from the presentation on Navigation in Fluid UI at Alliance 2017 conference. Fluid UI changes the way users navigate within PeopleSoft applications. It is intuitive for users and offers multiple paths to destination. Crucial aspect of a successful Fluid deployment is designing and implementing navigation that make sure your users continue to work productively.…

Making sense with PeopleSoft on Oracle Cloud

Most of you by now have at some level come across the term PeopleSoft on Oracle cloud. My observation at the Open World conference is that the understanding of PeopleSoft on Oracle cloud varied vastly among PeopleSoft users. While some were actively preparing to take their PeopleSoft application to Oracle cloud, some were hearing it…

PeopleSoft on Oracle Cloud is getting REAL

Running your PeopleSoft applications on Oracle’s cloud infrastructure is getting real day-by-day. You can now get the latest PeopleSoft demo application setup on Oracle cloud service in a matter of hours. I made use of the 30 day free trial offering to setup a HCM 9.2 demo environment. For those who are keen to get…

Evaluating Customisations

A key planning activity during PeopleSoft application or tools upgrade projects is to evaluate existing customisations in order to, Decide whether a customisation has to be retained (re-applied), typically referred as keep/drop analysis Estimate the effort to re-apply customisations While there exists many documented and un-documented ways, I have discussed below a streamlined process of…