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A couple of pieces of Fusion news September 4, 2008

Posted by Duncan in Fusion, Oracle.
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I’ve decided to keep this blog for PeopleSoft related items and start a second (surprisingly titled Fusion Tipster) for Fusion related or more forward looking items.  I imagine I’ll still post more frequently on this blog, at least until Fusion is released.

There are two pieces of content that I’ve come across in the last few days:

Firstly, there’s a mention for Floyd Teter who has seen Fusion Apps in the flesh.

Secondly, it seems that Oracle’s “Mr Fusion” has left the company.

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1. CompShack - September 6, 2008

Best of luck to your new blog and looking forward to your fusion related posts!

2. PSroy - September 11, 2008

I will be monitoring your fusion posts with great interest. I am particularly interested in the effect on the PeopleSoft realm. Will Fusion lead to a drop in younger workers willing to learn PeopleTools? I read recently that the bulk of engineers will soon be either 60 or 20. Is PeopleSoft headed in the same direction?

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3. Brent Martin - September 30, 2008

I posted my “bootleg” HCM Fusion video from OOW at http://www.erpassociates.com/component/option,com_seyret/Itemid,35/task,videodirectlink/id,2/. Floyd isn’t the only one with a Fusion sighting!

4. Larry - January 10, 2009

I am in ERP industry from last 8 years and found lot of new technologies and enhancements. Now a days latest is Oracle fusion and SAP modules. One more point, I felt from Customer view, is about vendor selection. I read lot of articles on internet and got lot about different parameters that company uses.

As Blogs industry is growing, I really that being integrated with ERP softwares and that will make all users interactive, while using application. In case you are interested to see major differences between Oracle or SAP then read the article on http://www.itwisesolutions.com/blogs website. I am not sure who is maintaining this site but looks like more PeopleSoft training covered on it.

5. Rahul - December 29, 2009

Hi,

Nice posting. Thanks a lot for sharing.


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