Spyre Wins City of Brampton PeopleSoft 9.2 FSCM Upgrade!

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Spyre Wins City of Brampton PeopleSoft 9.2 FSCM Upgrade!

Spyre Solutions is thrilled to be the successful RFP vendor for the City of Brampton’s PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 Upgrade Project.  Spyre’s team is responsible for functional and technical aspects of the upgrade which is expected to be completed in 12 months.  We look forward to working with the City of Brampton on this exciting endeavor!


Spyre Wins Tech Review & DBA Backfill Work At Sheridan College!

Spyre is in the process of completing a technology health check for Sheridan College.  Our tech health check covers review if the platform, database,  system architecture, system monitoring, change management, system maintenance, performance monitoring and more.   In addition to this, we are helping Sheridan with day to day DBA services.  A great technology win for Spyre!


Spyre Completes PS Position Mgmt Assessment for City of Sudbury!

Spyre recently completed a PeopleSoft Position Management Assessment for the City of Sudbury.  Spyre reviewed the existing Position Management configuration, processes and related integrated business processes to identify areas of business process improvement and system optimization opportunities.  Spyre discovered a number of areas for future improvement and provided specific recommendations and estimates which will will move the City toward best practices and leverage PeopleSoft v9.2 HCM enhancements to a greater extent, thus achieving potential cost savings related to increased automation and the elimination of manual procedures and processes.


Spyre Completes Electronic Benefit Assessment for Emera Inc!

Spyre recently completed a review of the work components needed in order to implement an electronic benefit carrier feed for Emera Inc. Spyre included anticipated cost savings, accuracy of data and overall efficiencies as part of its analysis, and provided Emera with high level implementation tasks and a resource plan for each project phase and optional timelines to achieve the targeted solution.