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Becoming an HCM SaaS Consultant - With Marson and Pazahanick

Becoming an HCM SaaS Consultant - With Marson and Pazahanick

In part one of a two part discussion, Jon Reed of http://www.diginomica.com is joined by Jarret Pazahanick and Luke Marson to get their insights on becoming an HCM SaaS consultant an



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Digital media disruptions III – stories that matter

Digital media is still chock full of disruption. But which stories pass the enterprise relevance test? Here's a holiday collection including recommended action steps.

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Jon Reed

Jon Reed has been involved in enterprise communities since 1995, including time spent building ERP recruiting and training firms. These days, Jon is a roving blogger/analyst, and also counsels vendors and startups on go-to-market strategy. He is a diginomica co-founder, Enterprise Irregular,



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Becoming an SAP HCM SaaS Consultant, Part One - the skills overview

In part one of a two part discussion, Jon is joined by Jarret Pazahanick and Luke Marson to get their insights on becoming an HCM SaaS consultant and the skills involved, with Luke and Jarret debunking myths about cloud consulting and sharing their view on how SaaS consultants must be different - and more current in their training. In part two, the guys will dig deeper into cloud consulting, as well as SuccessFactors training and certification issues.



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Winter Holiday

'tis the season again to thank You, dear readers and followers for the support and loyalty you demonstrated over the past year. 2014 will be history soon and as is the custom in this part of the world we slow down a bit, enjoy winter and relax (and finish a book).

An Insight Into Asset Impairment

Why would you have an asset impairment? 
An asset impairment is a situation in which the usefulness of an asset suddenly declines, making it so expensive to maintain that it can no longer be expected that it will pay for itself through future cash flows.  A company can choose to maintain the asset on its books but write down the value to more accurately reflect its value, or it can list the asset for sale and dispose of it.  Once an asset is impaired, it cannot be recovered.  Therefore, companies should test assets before placing them in this category.

Oracle Mobile iProcurement for Oracle E-Business Suite

Oracle E-Business Suite mobile apps enable users to perform needed tasks or take action on Oracle E-Business Suite transactions from mobile devices, such as iOS smartphones. The Oracle Mobile iProcurement for Oracle E-Business Suite app enables requesters to monitor their requisitions and take action on the go. Using this app, as requesters, you can: Track [...]

Spares Management Planner's Dashboard Updates

The Planner's Desktop provides functionality to plan and view inventory across the entire field service supply chain. This feature is also available as a form or window and an Application Development Framework (ADF) page, named Planner’s Dashboard, from the Spares Management responsibility.  The Planner’s Dashboard is the ADF version of Planner’s Desktop. This page consists of the following features: spares planning, view inventory item details, search planning hierarchy nodes and planning parameters.

Forgotten Password Bug

Discovered an issue today in the Forgotten Password functionality in PeopleTools (8.52, 8.53 and 8.54 and probably 8.50)Symbol characters are used in the random password that is generated and emailand to the end user.  Unfortunately, the open and close chevron ( < and > ) symbols are two of the characters used.

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