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Fluid Enhancements with PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 Image 12

PeopleSoft posted the HCM 9.2 Update Image on April 10th.   I want to point out a couple of enhancements to the Fluid User Interface that will make you continue to appreciate the significant investments PeopleSoft is making to its applications. The Fluid enhancement provides the look and feel offered by the Cloud – simple, intuitive and consistent across different devices. It is truly the best of both worlds, providing a great user experience plus offering all the depth of the PeopleSoft functionality. Below are the enhancements for HCM self-service transactions and the company directory that are in Image 12.

PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface supports a wide range of self-service transactions for managers and employees in PeopleSoft HCM. These transaction pages demonstrate a consistent look and feel across all applications and devices (laptops, tablets and smart phones) and are dynamically adjusted based on the size of your screen for best viewing results. In HCM 9.2 Image 12, continued enhancements are made to optimize the display of fluid tiles and pages on smart phones for these Employee Self-Service transactions: Benefits, Pay, Payslips, Performance, Personal Details and Talent Profile. These were optimized to display better on small screens.

Fluid User

The enhancements for the Company Directory pages display category tabs in the left panel of the page that allow you to change the content that appears in the right panel of the page. You can simply tap an employee to view their profile data. Also on the profile data you can tap the View Org Chart button to view a graphical representation of where this employee fits within the organization.

Fluid User - Company Directory

Do these enhancement peak your interest? Don’t forget about the Oracle competition “First to Fluid”.

More information on these and all the enhancements in PeopleSoft HCM Update Images can be found in Oracle Support Document ID 1931431.1.   Your Oracle id and password will be needed to access Oracle support.

In the meantime, please be sure to contact Larry Zagata if you have questions about any of the recent changes to PeopleSoft or ANY PeopleSoft questions.

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