PeopleSoft

Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th October

The PeopleSoft agenda covers four streams Human Resources, Financials, Global Payroll and Technology over two days. 

Speakers from Oracle, end users and suppliers will focus on product development, real world experiences and innovative ideas.  In addition to the presentations, attendees will be able to network with other delegates from both the PeopleSoft and wider Oracle Applications communities. Come to understand the latest information on PeopleSoft 9.2, share experiences, and find hints and tips to address issues encountered in the work environment.

Agenda Highlights

  • PeopleTools 8.53 Upgrade Experience – Graham Smith, Oxfam
  • Panel Session – topics will be ‘Utilizing PeopleSoft Test Framework’ and ‘Financial Close Best Practices’ UK Payroll Roundtable – Lee Higgins-Leake
  • Best Practices in PeopleSoft Mobile – Larry Grey and Hendrix Bodden, GreyHeller

PeopleSoft Community Keynote Speaker
Colleen Rinehart Murray, Oracle

Tuesday 15th October
10:20 - 11:15



Colleen Rinehart Murray is Vice President of Development for Oracle's PeopleSoft Workforce Management products.

   Her organisation is responsible for product development and maintenance of PeopleSoft payroll products for 20 countries including People Global Payroll County Extensions, PeopleSoft Global Payroll Core, PeopleSoft Payroll for North America, Benefits and Pension. Prior to this role, Ms. Murray was Senior Director of Development for PeopleSoft's PeopleTools Reporting & Integration Tools including PeopleSoft Query, SQR, nVision, Process Scheduler, BI Publisher for PeopleSoft and the PeopleTools Integration Broker. During her 16 years at PeopleSoft, Ms Murray has held a number of roles in the PeopleTools organisation including Director of Support Development and Director of Quality Assurance.   

  




Mike Everitt

Wednesday 16th October

10:25 - 11:10

PeopleSoft Helpdesk for HR 9.2

"How do you ensure you are providing the best possible HR service for your employees in the most efficient manner possible?  PeopleSoft Helpdesk could be the answer, with its built in knowledge base, access through self-service, and case management capabilities"







































 


 

 

 

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