PeopleSoft Primary Use Case
Regional Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We're a consulting company, therefore, we get involved in all kinds of use cases.
PeopleSoft is used for usually larger organizations and some middle tier. However, usually, organizations that are maybe 2000 employees or two and a half billion dollars or more tend to be users. They use it primarily for back-office systems, finance supply chain, human resources, payroll benefits, that kind of stuff. That includes recruiting and everything associated with HCM. It's one of the primary ERP systems.View full review »
Global Manager Information Security at a manufacturing company with 201-500 employees
For most of PeopleSoft's functionalities, everything is related to finance, to manufacturing, to service, and to sales and sales opportunities. The broad scope for most of the year includes these functionalities.View full review »
HR/Pay Systems Administrator/Director at a university with 10,001+ employees
PeopleSoft is used for human capital management in my organization. It can manage a lot of business areas, such as payroll, time and labor, and absences.View full review »
Senior Manager, Devops, Infrastructure, Reliability Engineering at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We use it for financial books. It is used for bookkeeping, accounting, and reporting.
It is on-premise, and the next logical step in the journey is to either take it to a public cloud such as GCP or go for SaaS.View full review »
DGM HR at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
PeopleSoft is our HR system. We used it for everything at my old company, including performance appraisal, leave application, employee, master database. This company only uses the performance management module, so we do goal-setting and appraisals through PeopleSoft.
Mangement also plans to adopt the compensation module. They are currently only using a small part, but they want to use the full module.View full review »
IT Strategy and Innovation Director at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
This solution is our primary HCM product. We use it for core HR, payroll benefits, time, labor, Regs, and Legs.View full review »
Vice President - Enterprise Applications at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees
This is an ERP product and the best use case is to raise your query to the HR manager. There is functionality built-in for the staff to raise their queries direction to HR.View full review »
Manager - Enterprise Business Systems at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
PeopleSoft is an HR management system.View full review »
We primarily use the solution for our payroll needs and in human resources. These are the areas in which I have expertise.
I am acquainted with versions 8.8 and 9.2.
Chief People Officer at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use PeopleSoft for finance and HR.View full review »
My primary use case is for global HR and payroll.View full review »
Jr. Manager-IT Infrastructure Management & IT Procurement at a wholesaler/distributor with 10,001+ employees
This is primarily used as a business system.View full review »
Associate Vice President at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We implement this solution for our clients. Some of our clients use the on-prem version and some on cloud. We either do our own private hosting or use a public platform depending on the client. If public, we generally use AWS or Oracle. I work with clients in higher ed or the public sector and they're generally looking for a more updated solution than they're currently using. We are partners with Oracle.View full review »
Vice President at Singapore Post Ltd | Group Technology - eCommerce Logistics
Our primary use case is for HCM. It has very few clicks before getting data. Reporting is easy to retrieve, both ad-hoc and fixed reports. There can be more visualization.View full review »
Senior Developer at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
My primary use is to keep track of clients.View full review »