In this two-part series, GreyHeller founders and former, early PeopleSoft Technical Strategists, Larry Grey and Chris Heller will discuss ERP trends and how they affect PeopleSoft customers. Part I will discuss Gartner’s recently published 2015 Strategic Road Map for Postmodern ERP and how the opportunities and challenges affect PeopleSoft customers. Part II will be a demo-intensive session showing how GreyHeller customers are meeting these challenges today.
According to Gartner, Monolithic ERP solutions are being deconstructed into postmodern ERP that will result in a more federated, loosely coupled ERP environment with much of the functionality sourced as cloud services or via business process outsourcers. This direction is driven by a need to support strategic, organization-wide functionality that is more flexible, secure, integrated, and modern.
Where does this leave you as a PeopleSoft customer? Do you need to replace PeopleSoft to achieve the architecture and benefits to drive your organization in the future, or do you have an option to leverage it along with other cloud-based solutions?
This session will answer these questions as well as describe how PeopleSoft can be part of a hybrid approach to utilizing PeopleSoft and the cloud:
This session will discuss how GreyHeller customers are utilizing our technology today to utilize PeopleSoft effectively in their postmodern ERP roadmap. This demo-intensive session will include customer case studies and product demonstrations that illustrate how to flexibly and safely retain your PeopleSoft investment by evolving its role from being a monolithic application to a key component of your hybrid ERP architecture.
Security: how to protect your most sensitive data and processes in an ever-evolving cybercrime landscape
Identity Management: how to leverage multiple identity providers for your different constituents — Candidates, Vendors, Employees using solutions such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Azure, and on-premise resources
User Experience: how to provide a seamless solution that is modern, looks consistent across cloud and on-premise components, and is easy to use
Flexibility: how to evolve the functionality you deploy rapidly
Lifecycle Management: how to keep up with new updates (driven by regulatory or business value requirements) while keeping a low TCO
Integration: how to control all of the integrations between each of the component