Advantages of Implementing Oracle PeopleSoft Applications
Quick technology adoption and continued customer support are two prerequisites for business success.
Every enterprise has to be empowered with the right technology in order to ensure better management
and performance of processes and resources. Time and again, technology leaders have developed
solutions to help organizations meet this ongoing need. For instance, Oracle has developed some of the
most valuable solutions for businesses today.
Oracle Database is the database market leader in enterprise business applications and Oracle E-Business
Suite is a highly valuable suite of applications that enterprises can benefit from. Similarly, PeopleSoft
applications were also developed to provide better use of resources in an enterprise, and originally
these applications were designed to run on Oracle databases. Over the years, this strong technical
relationship between Oracle and PeopleSoft has grown to enable quick adoption of technology, and
superior and more effective customer support.
Oracle’s PeopleSoft applications have been designed to manage the most complex business
requirements. Since ‘people’ are one of the most valuable assets of an organization, these applications
have been developed to empower employees and to optimize use of other resources to improve
performance and maximize productivity. Oracle PeopleSoft Applications benefit organizations and help
them achieve these goals by:
Automating HR services and processes thus enabling better human capital management and
timely, accurate reporting
Unifying talent management and ERP thus improving efficiency, enhancing workforce quality,
and reducing costs
Maximizing use of information for better decision-making with advanced Business Intelligence
Solutions and collaborative social capabilities that support the organization’s HR strategy and
transformational goals while also providing timely, accurate information which is crucial to the
success of a business
These apart, Oracle PeopleSoft applications also provide additional benefits including reduction in
overall capital expenses, elimination of multiple redundant applications and databases, providing single
unified focus on application security, and reduction in implementation and maintenance costs. All these
benefits together contribute to streamlining disparate systems and functions thus enabling enhanced
HR transactions, consistent performance of data and business processes, improved decision-making
capabilities, increased profitability, and lower risk associated with inaccurate data.
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