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UIS showcased PeopleSoft insights at this year’s COLLABORATE 19

University Information Services (UIS) had six colleagues participate at COLLABORATE 19, an annual technology and applications forum for the Oracle community. This year’s conference was held in San Antonio, Texas from April 7-11, 2019 with over 1,000 education sessions, 250 exhibitors, and 600 speakers present.

COLLABORATE 19 is the largest user-led, user-focused event for Oracle users of all levels. IT decision makers, users, and vendors gather to share real-world insights and practical solutions to maximize return on their Oracle investments.

“This is my and my team’s third year attending COLLABORATE, and we always gain new insights into the direction PeopleSoft is going as well as how other companies and universities are using myriad technologies with PeopleSoft to deliver world class solutions to their users.  It also served as a fantastic team-building and collaborative event between HCM Development, HCM Systems, QA, and Team Portal in a setting where we could easily discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing new solutions for the University of Colorado,” said Chris Toomer, Assistant Director for Enterprise Portal, Mobile and System Applications.

Learn more about each session UIS colleagues discussed below:

  • Load Testing: What It Is; How We Do It; and Why It Matters, presented by Chris Toomer, Bob Hasenhundl, and Sasi Sunkari

    Session summary: Load testing is critical to the success of The University of Colorado. Our University Information Services team makes heavy use of load testing technology for both production readiness and troubleshooting in both production and non-production environments. Attendees learned about the different types of load testing, how they can use their load test software for troubleshooting and why they need to re-analyze their load test strategy based on new success criteria.

    NOTE: This session will be offered as a free webinar during PeopleSoft Industry Day 2019 on May 22 at 2 PM ET / 12 PM MT. Register here.
     
  • All you need to know about Smarter HR transactions, presented by Srikanth Gurram and Bob Sudo

    Session summary: The day to day human resources (HR) transactions have become challenging over the years with multiple employee types and multiple approval levels. SmartHR templates along with an effective approval workflow engine setup can be a very good solution for higher-ed HR needs. Gurram and Sudo discussed how to adopt new delivered features and utilities to ease business process, showcased the new SmartHR template and taught how to prepare the system and users for the cloud.
     
  • Getting the messages out. Implementing PeopleSoft's delivered Alerts and Notifications, presented by David Williams and Bob Hasenhundl 

    Session summary: With the need to target specific audiences with pertinent; and often time critical information; the University of Colorado's University Information Services Portal Team decided to leverage PeopleSoft's delivered Events & Notifications (PS E&N). Hasenhundl and Williams discussed how Events & Notifications were configured and pushed from the non-portal to the PeopleSoft Interaction Hub a.k.a. Portal to provide target audiences with information.
     
  • Recipe for Success! PeopleSoft Fluid Enables New Employee Self-Service Portal, presented by Bob Hasenhundl, Chris Toomer and David Williams

    Session summary: Find out the University of Colorado's secret recipe for a highly flexible and efficient Employee Self-Service Portal across mobile and desktop browsers; with one-click access to most content; all made with the following ingredients: PeopleSoft's Interaction Hub; HCM; & Finance; Fluid; Accessibility; ElasticSearch; delivered Notifications; Approvals Workflow; and; Personalization.
     

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