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New Pastures June 24, 2014

Posted by Duncan in TW.

I try to keep the content on here focused on the products and implementation tips however I hope you’ll indulge me with one personal post.

After six and a half enjoyable years I have left Succeed Consultancy. I’m leaving behind a lot of talented colleagues and great friends, however for reasons that I don’t want to bore you with it’s time to move on.

As of yesterday I’ve started work for Cedar Consulting. One of the largest the ‘tier 2’ PeopleSoft consultancies in EMEA.

Cedar have been running – in one form or other – for nearly 20 years and have an impressive list of PeopleSoft implementations, upgrades and support/hosting clients. There are few UK PeopleSoft clients who haven’t engaged Cedar at one point or other. As well as their large team of UK consultants they have a number of offices spread globally and a solution centre in India.

Importantly for me, Cedar also have a strong focus on Fusion and already have both a live Fusion client under their belt and the UKOUG Fusion Partner of the Year gold award.

This career move also means that the branding of the PeopleSoft and Fusion Weeklies will change. I’d to thank Succeed for sponsoring the newsletters up to this point and I’m grateful to Cedar for agreeing to sponsor it going forwards. You should notice a rebrand in this week’s editions.



1. Jim Marion - June 25, 2014

Wow! Congratulations! It is a great loss for Succeed.

2. kooijjo - June 25, 2014

Congratulations. And I’m glad the weeklies keep on coming, there are very nice to read

3. John Eckersley - June 25, 2014

Congrats Dunc – hope it all goes well (sure it will).

4. Trudy How - June 25, 2014

Congratulations Duncan.

5. Ajith - June 28, 2014

Wish you All the Best..

6. Sameer Khanna - July 1, 2014

All the very best Duncan! Have been following the posts for years now… good to see it continue.

7. Jeff Stanley - July 8, 2014

Congratulations Duncan! I have enjoyed the weekly newsletters and am glad those will continue.

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