One of the main features in PeopleSoft 9.2 is Fluid Pages. While Oracle is providing new content for these pages in the form of 9.2 updates, the technology itself has been available for several years. And the Fluid Pages themselves are often tailored by end-users for their specific environment, so customers need to think of Fluid Pages more as a tool set than a fully automated solution.
PeopleSoft 9.2 customers moving to Rimini Street independent, third-party support can and do actively use Fluid Pages in their environments today, while they save up to 90% on their total annual maintenance and support fees for PeopleSoft.1
In fact, one PeopleSoft customer (and Rimini Street client) won an innovation award for their use of Fluid Pages while on Rimini Street Support, improving processes and service delivery.
In this video we discuss how PeopleSoft 9.2 customers are leveraging Fluid pages today and the benefits of moving to independent, third-party support to free up budget and resources for even deeper integration and value creation from PeopleSoft Fluid.
Episode 1 FOMO: Opportunity Cost; the Fear of Missing Out…But on What?
With the release of PeopleSoft 9.2, customers now receive image updates several times a year. The cost of staying on Oracle support and applying image updates can be close to $10 million over the next five years, leading many IT organizations to question the value they are receiving and to evaluate independent, third-party support from Rimini Street.
One of the top questions PeopleSoft customers have with third-party software support is how to develop fixes for their problems without access to vendor patches. In this video, Rimini Street discusses first-hand experience in addressing fixes with PeopleSoft clients, including support for custom code that the software vendor does not currently provide today.
According to Gartner, various forms of cloud computing are among the top three areas where most global CIOs will increase their investment in 2020.1 At the same time, many organizations today are realizing their ERP vendor does not need to be their cloud vendor, and it pays to know your options.
With Oracle PeopleSoft releases all in sustaining support except the 9.2 release, customers are inquiring about what the future holds for PeopleSoft applications. With over 30 PeopleSoft 9.2 image updates released to date, customers now have a good set of information to gauge the level of new value and ROI they are receiving for their ongoing maintenance and support spend.
Many PeopleSoft customers share the same concern-they feel they are receiving less new value from Oracle than they did in the past. They may also be caught in an expensive cycle of paying Oracle nearly 22% per year in maintenance fees, essentially repurchasing their existing software license every five years. If this sounds familiar-and inefficient-what if you could: Save 50-90% on total support costs for PeopleSoft software, with exceptional service and responsiveness? Free up IT capacity by securing support for your existing PeopleSoft release (including customizations) up to 15 years, without forced upgrades or continuous updates? Accelerate growth now, improve the speed and quality of IT’s response to business needs; and stop paying for-and waiting for-unknown future software innovations? With Rimini Street independent, third-party support for PeopleSoft software, you can—just as eight featured PeopleSoft customers have as they extended the lives of their ERP investments, freed up IT teams for critical projects, and funded new innovation and growth initiatives. Download this eBook to read about each of their decisions to embrace a Business-Driven Roadmap.
The Functional Support Services (FSS) organization within Rimini Street analyzed all of the updates Oracle Corporation incorporated into the PeopleSoft 9.2 HCM images 1 -27 and FSCM images 1 -28, which is included in this technical white paper. We undertook this analysis to provide our clients more clarity and transparency as to the true value and benefits they can expect in their functionality upgrade roadmap.
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