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PeopleSoft

A bit about PeopleSoft

PeopleSoft was formed in 1987 and followed co-founder Dave Duffield vision to replace mainframe technologies with client-server based software. By 2000, PeopleSoft revolutionised it’s software products by completely redesigning them to be web based applications, usable from web browsers. In 2000, version 8 and the PeopleSoft Internet Architecture (PIA) was launched, with the strap line ‘zero code on the client’ meaning no proprietary software had to be installed on desktops in an installation. Unlike their competitors, who typically re-imagined their client-server applications on to the web, PeopleSoft broke completely new ground with many soon following. 

PeopleSoft covered main busness processes around Human Capital Management (HCM); Finance; Supply Chain and Student Administration and represented one of the leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) tools.

It’s fierce competitor, Oracle, launched a hostile bid around 2004 and succeeded in acquiring the company in 2005. As Dave Duffield walked away from the company he founded, he famously stated that ERP was dead, and set about creating a cloud based, Software as a Service from the ground up. This became Workday.

Our journey with PeopleSoft had started in the mid nineties, but we were fortunate that our client Unilever became one of the earliest adopters of PeopleSoft 8 in the autumn of 2000, and we assisted numerous clients over the next 13 years.

Our PeopleSoft Projects

Rabobank

Rabobank International were implementing a new HR Target Operating Model the objective of which was to increase standardization of HR processes and systems so that HR could expand its position as a business partner.

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Nationwide

Nationwide were a long term PeopleSoft customer when IT Bites were appointed to provide interim HRIS Management. This led to other things …

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Citi

PeopleSoft v9.1 upgrade project with IT Bites leading EMEA work stream in global project.

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Marsh (MMC)

A comparatively short term contract to decommission PeopleSoft Global Payroll turned into a 4 year partnership with IT Bites.

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Royal Bank of Scotland

RBS were already embarked on a massive PeopleSoft program when they started a Global Payroll work stream to migrate their 110,000 employees and 60,000 pensioners on to it.

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UK Ministry of Defence

Introduction About Ministry of Defence The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is a UK Government ministry that is responsible for keeping the UK secure and prosperous,

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Goodrich

Goodrich were upgrading PeopleSoft HCM from v8.3 to v8.8, and IT Bites led testing and quality assurance.

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UNHCR

Proud to be involved with UNHCR in Geneva bring PeopleSoft Global Payroll expertise to their global project.

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Spirit Group

An ongoing PeopleSoft Global Payroll project had run into trouble and IT Bites were brought in to clarify the position.

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UNDP

UNDP has missions in many countries and HR functions were carried out locally and with little or difficult HQ over sight. PeopleSoft would resolve that.

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Willis

Willis were an early adopter of the IT Bites PeopleSoft Global Payroll End User Kit

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Unilever

Unilever was IT Bites first ever contract back in 1998 and led to us starting working in PeopleSoft from 2000 onwards.

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