PeopleSoft 9.2 Update Manager
Faster Time to Value and Streamlined Maintenance for PeopleSoft Customers
PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) is a lifecycle management process for PeopleSoft 9.2, allowing customers to choose what maintenance to apply, when to apply it and create a single change package to get current.
PUM transforms the way customers manage their PeopleSoft applications. Customers have the ability to determine what maintenance to apply, when to apply it, and at any point can create a single change package to get current. While there is the possibility of cost savings and strategic benefits from utilizing PUM, it is essential your organization has a calculated plan and staff in place.
Are you ready for change? Do you have the bandwidth for change?
PUM represents a change in approach from how maintenance was previously delivered. To avoid disruptive impact to upgrade and implementation plans, it is critical to understand and plan for the hardware, software, and procedural change that PUM represents.
- Do you have staff that understands how and when to implement updates?
- Does your staff have bandwidth to update multiple times per year?
- Do you have dedicated staff responsible for monitoring all released maintenance?
BTRG offers professional services to fully or partially manage your PeopleSoft environment and updates. Our PUM experts understand what updates are needed and when, to keep your business processes running efficiently. Contact us today to learn how BTRG is helping clients stay current with PUM.
- Flexible, streamlined patching process
- Selectively apply maintenance updates according to your requirements and your schedule
- Add in your customizations to generate custom change packages
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