The underlying assumption in the last blog was that there are definite benefits to upgrading your PeopleSoft system. I provided a URL so you could spend time reviewing the long list of new features and functions in order to identify the potential big benefits to your [...]
More than one reader has asked, “Why upgrade to PS 9.2 now? Why not wait—or even skip it and just deploy a future release?” Inherent in these strategies is the assumption that the cost of the upgrade is greater than the benefits its deployment would produce. [...]
Now that PeopleSoft 9.2 is in GA - general release - you can review your current list of modifications and compare it to the list of new features/functions in your PeopleSoft applications. The exercise of deciding what to migrate to PS 9.2 is key to keeping your system both easy to use and cost effective.
PeopleSoft (PS) 9.2 is GA on Friday, 3/22, and the press releases show that everything will be available—that’s great news. CedarCrestone is working with a number of our clients on their PS 9.2 upgrade: project planning, identifying resources, securing budgets, and reviewing the value of the new functions in the pre-release notesI did a straw poll and asked for the pros and cons of upgrading ASAP versus pushing the upgrade off for a while.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll use this space to evaluate PeopleSoft release 9.2 by sharing my observations and experience evaluating an upgrade to PS 9.2 for CedarCrestone.