Oracle has announced support for PeopleSoft until 2027, so current users have time to consider their next move. Should they go for an entirely new platform now, or move up to the latest (and last) version of PeopleSoft? If they upgrade now, what are the advantages of doing so?
PeopleSoft’s customer base has remained resolutely steady even with the advent of cloud-based alternatives
PeopleSoft 9.2 provides customers with the opportunity to deliver comprehensive capabilities to address the most complex challenges with simple, easy to use applications for their end users.
9.2 means customers can choose what they need
The last iteration means that, once implemented, customers can choose what they need by using Oracle’s selective adoption facilities and no longer need to endure the rigours of upgrading. Instead, customers simply install new features and fixes from PUM (Peoplesoft Update Manager) images and can choose what and when they need it.
Not only does this cost-effective feature help differentiate the software but it has proven very popular among its users, as its customer base has remained resolutely steady even with the advent of cloud-based alternatives. When added to the new Fluid ID support that allows customers to develop elegant and effective user interfaces with ease, the positives begin to shine through.
3 reasons why you should upgrade to 9.2
- Avoid future costs associated with the usual upgrade cycle
- Significantly accelerate delivery of new capabilities into the business
- Stay current with maintenance, reducing amount of testing required
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