Scheduled at 11:15am in Waverly on Wednesday, November 16 (2016).#4659
- Hendrix Bodden, GreyHeller, LLC
- Larry Grey, Co-Founder, GreyHeller, LLC
- Length of Session: 1-hr
- Expertise Level: Not provided
- Type of session: General Conference
ERP systems present obstacles to accessibility. GreyHeller, in partnership with the University of Minnesota, has tackled the most rigorous problems in making PeopleSoft's Campus Solutions, HCM and Financial systems fully compliant. This deep dive demo session will show how your institution can make PeopleSoft accessibile.
PeopleSoft does not display data such that people using adaptive technologies (i.e. screen readers, speech recognition) can effectively access that data. GreyHeller, working closely with our customer the University of Minnesota, leveraged our PeopleMobile® for Accessibility platform to make the University's PeopleSoft Student, HR and Financial systems fully WCAG 2.0 AA compliant for access to self-service applications by students, faculty and staff. This session will include deep dive demonstration and project specifics with the goal of helping attendees understand how they can support PeopleSoft accessibility initiatives at their respective institutions.
- How to make PeopleSoft accessible
- How to make PeopleSoft fully WCAG 2.0AA compliant
- How to organize and deliver a successful PeopleSoft accessibility project
Information Technology, Web/Media Access
Over his career as a leader and individual contributor, Mr. Bodden has driven over $200 million in license revenue and raised over $50 million in equity capital. He has a proven track record with ERP and CRM industry leaders such as Clarify, where he managed Tier 1 systems integrator relationships, and Walker Interactive, where he was the top salesperson and promoted to Eastern Region Vice President. Mr. Bodden was a founding team member of several startups, including KnowledgeTrack, BigPrizes, and ProCore Labs, where he raised $4 million and directed development of a 90,000 square foot FDA-certified personal care manufacturing plant. Mr. Bodden holds a degree in Economics from Colby College and attended graduate economics courses at Cornell University.
Mr. Grey was among PeopleSoft’s first 500 employees and transitioned to Oracle after the PeopleSoft acquisition. Mr. Grey directed implementation of PeopleSoft’s first Financials systems at Goldman Sachs, AXA Equitable, Turner Broadcasting and Boeing and led PeopleSoft’s Southeast region consulting practice to achieve the highest customer satisfaction ratings at PeopleSoft. He managed reporting /metadata development within the PeopleTools group, led the transition of PeopleSoft’s product architecture from client/server to internet and created 5 new products. After Oracle’s acquisition of PeopleSoft, Mr. Grey was responsible for incorporating Oracle technology into PeopleSoft’s products. Prior to PeopleSoft, Mr. Grey was instrumental in developing PeopleSoft’s Public Sector Financials products for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). Mr. Grey holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University.