PeopleSoft Fluid UI @ Oracle OpenWorld

One of the most common topics we discuss with customers these days is how and when to deploy PeopleSoft Fluid UI.  PeopleSoft’s modern, responsive, mobile user experience has been available for more than 2 years and we’ve gotten great feedback from customers about how easy and intuitive it is.  Lots of application features and capabilities have been delivered in Fluid UI, and there’s a strong roadmap of capabilities to come. 

With the latest enhancements in PeopleTools 8.55, any organization can move to Fluid UI now, even those that make heavy use of Classic UI components.  Through simple changes and techniques like a unified banner, newly delivered navigation collections, robust search capabilities, and the ability to pin any component as a tile to the Home Page, adopting the modern and intuitive Fluid UI for your PeopleSoft interaction model should be a top priority for all customers.

Oracle OpenWorld is one of the best opportunities to get real-world, practical guidance and advice about how to make your transition to Fluid UI a reality.  Use the Focus On PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface document to see at a glance all of the sessions and content you can attend, including:

  • Sessions from customers and partners that have completed Fluid UI roll-outs – hear their experiences and lessons learned
  • Panel discussions with Oracle strategists and customers – covering everything from considerations on approach to tips and recommendations
  • PeopleSoft roadmap and product-specific sessions – each highlighting the latest Fluid UI functionality and what is in the works for future delivery
  • Fluid UI development and technical sessions – how to use PeopleTools to develop using Fluid UI and make the experience your own

In addition to the sessions, there are many opportunities to network with customers and talk one-on-one with Oracle resources.  Join a Meet the Experts session, strike up discussions with presenters and other attendees after sessions, or talk with Oracle or our partners in the demo grounds.