A 2020 survey found an overwhelming 93% of companies have at least some shelfware – software they’ve purchased at one time and never put to use. PeopleSoft has so much functionality that few companies deploy everything. Implementing the functionality that you already own can have an impressive impact on your operational goals without incurring any additional software licensing fees.
Another common scenario is an implementation that was deployed years ago and then kept static. PeopleSoft is always growing, evolving, and improving. Your business is also changing. Aligning those two allows the organization to achieve the greatest ROI from the original investment.
Take a fresh look at the software and make sure that it is fully supporting your organization. Dust off the shelfware, deploy newly introduced functionality, and take a look at more efficient ways to operate your business. Change doesn’t have to be big. A plan for incremental, continuous improvement is often the most cost-effective way to align and optimize the system.