The first step is to create a plan – and because open enrollment period gives you the biggest payback and is the easiest event to configure, that is the perfect place to start.
About Dennis Bortolus
Dennis Bortolus is a Principal Consultant with Sierra-Cedar specializing in HCM strategy and system implementations. He is also a regular contributor to eHow.com, Answerbag.com, and has published articles in various trade magazines in the U.S. and Canada. Find some of Dennis’ other web articles: http://hubpages.com/profile/Travel%27n+Person.
Entries by Dennis Bortolus
Before implementing PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management (ELM) you first need to know which one is right for you. CedarCrestone’s Dennis Bortolus helps you understand the differences and make the right investment for your institution.
“Students change jobs more often than they change their socks.” This post discusses managing work-study in PeopleSoft HCM
There has been a lot of confusion, particularly in the higher education world about Position Management and Commitment Accounting modules in Oracle’s PeopleSoft HCM suite. This article aims to explain to main questions:;how to implement Position Management, and what is Position Management.
Organizations upgrading their old systems are finding that software now comes in large integrated packages that often contain more features or functionality than they had before and perhaps don’t really need. Many are taking the “Big Bang” approach of implementing everything at once, but that can prove more costly.
IT project go-live readiness criteria as defined by CedarCrestone’s Principal Consultant, Dennis Bortolus. Mr. Borolus specializes in HCM strategy and system implementations.
Too often, the biggest product of system projects is documentation. Some believe the more paper a project team can produce the better. In this business, we document both old and new systems, old and new processes, write specifications, mappings, risk assessments and strategies. We even create guides for document formatting (documents about documents). Having done IT […]
Back in the 1980’s a new management trend began with the advent of Executive Information Systems (EIS). Having a central repository of data allowed vendors to develop some new tools with names like “Score Cards” or “Dashboards” and they promised management that with a single page or screen of information they could effectively run their […]
Many system projects start out with management saying, “I want workflow,” which is about as specific as someone going to a shoe store and saying, “I want some footwear.” Workflow is not a one size fits all solution that allows you to dance, run a marathon, or keep your feet warm on a cold morning. […]
An important step in selecting the right software is to develop a good requirements list. A poor requirements list can result in surprises, delays and unforeseen costs during implementation.
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- Press Release November 29, 2018