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PeopleSoft Real-Time  Enterprise and Business  Process Automation -Best Practices for ERP  Implementations People Soft Global Services
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PeopleSoft Prop Agenda  Introductions ERP Implementation Objectives & Challenges PeopleSoft Consulting ERP Solutions ERP Consulting Strategy Summary Q & A
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PeopleSoft Prop Agenda  Introductions ERP Implementation Objectives & Challenges PeopleSoft Consulting ERP Solutions ESA Consulting Strategy Summary Q & A
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PeopleSoft Prop  ERP Objectives Reduce Costs Travel and expense reduction Streamline procurement of external services Better management of projects Financial insight Increase Productivity Put the right people on the right jobs Increase utilization of those resources Automate and streamline administrative tasks Improve Results Financial and workforce performance Visibility into project success Increase revenue recognition opportunities for billable organizations --  can bill earlier, faster For internal organizations, timely and accurate cost allocations Reduce total cost of ownership
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PeopleSoft Prop Challenged with Enterprise Pain Points Profit Pains: Increasing revenue Reducing costs People Pains: Recruiting new talent Retaining talent Managing contingent workforce Retooling the workforce based on market needs Process  Pains: Automating all of the service delivery processes Ability to report on and analyze the enterprise Planning and bidding on engagements Accurately forecasting sales / resource planning
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PeopleSoft Prop  Incomplete requirements   Lack of user involvement   Lack of resources  Unrealistic expectations   Lack of executive support  Changing requirements / Scope Adapted from study by the Standish Group Typical Implementation Challenges What are the top causes of customer implementation  delays/overruns?  Project objectives not fully specified (51%)   Bad planning and estimating (48%)   Technology new to the organization (45%)   Inadequate/no project management methodology (42%)   Insufficient senior staff on the team (42%)   Poor performance by suppliers of HW/SW (42%) Adapted from study by KPMG
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PeopleSoft Prop Additional Challenges of Implementing ERP Solutions  Integrated, Enterprise-wide, Collaborative  Processes   for end-to-end services automation Risk Exposure Internal operations and intellectual capital Budget / headcount limits for internal project  Need for an objective 3rd party to run the implementation  and provide input on best practices for ERP processes Global requirements support
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