Disruption is the current talk of the town; the key word being ‘Intelligent Automation’. Are manual jobs going to become redundant in the next 5 years? The swift and sudden advent of disruptive automation makes a lot of us anxious about the future. So is disruption really a bad thing? An interesting perspective to this Read More
Business Process Services (BPS) as an industry, is extremely fast moving and dynamic in nature. The transitions are fast and there is a need for them to happen even faster while controlling risks, with multiple moving parallel tracks. Various Client and Partner Operations teams and their support teams are involved. So, how does this tie Read More
There are many a factors that can deter a successful, seamless transition, and although the list of these deterrents can be long and exhaustive, here are a few that I feel are on top of the list and if managed can ensure a successful and seamless transition for any customer. Planning – The backbone of Read More
The UK Oracle User Group PeopleSoft Roadshow is nearly upon us. It’s my favourite PeopleSoft event in the UK’s calendar as you know that everyone there has a focus on PeopleSoft and the agenda is always really strong.
It’s 26th April (yes, a week today!) in the Crowne Plaza, London – the same as last time, which was a great venue.
Oracle US Speakers
In terms of Oracle speakers, we’re spoiled this year with both Marc Weintraub and Julie Alonso presenting.
BPS outsourcing industry has always been heavily dependent on IT, to enable its services and make it more efficient. Automation of voice and back office processes have been around for a long time, be it IVRs, web services for voice or OCR, add on applications for back office, macros creation to automate steps of a Read More
It is nearly 10 years since I first wrote about how to call Unix shell scripts from the Process Scheduler. Although very little has changed, I have had a number of questions recently, so I thought it was time I checked the script and updated the posting. I have used PeopleTools 8.54 in the preparation of this note.
We are in the final countdown for Alliance 2017. I am really excited about this conference. It is such a great opportunity to meet up with old friends as well as make new ones. The Alliance session content and delivery is extremely high caliber. HEUG is a very engaged community. The MGM is a pretty amazing facility as well.
This is the second of a two-part article that discusses how to identify and remove redundant indexes from a PeopleSoft system. This article describes a script on my website (psredundantfix.sql) that uses a similar query to that described in the previous article to identify redundant indexes from the metadata in the PeopleTools tables. It uses an anonymous block of PL/SQL so nothing is installed in the database. For each redundant index identified it:
The software industry has evolved into various new development models such as Agile and DevOps, cutting across the product to market and application support landscapes. The traditional ways of testing have also gone through significant changes and are evolving constantly. We are aware of the regular responsibilities of a tester in a scrum/agile development model; Read More
November 22, 2016 | Phil Fersht This is the age of the mid-size, aggressive, feisty service provider that can scrap for the traditional business but also has the flexible cost-base and freedom from legacy to go after the new stuff. There are so many exciting opportunities with clients that are simply too small, or too Read More