CY2’s consultants and developers provide a wide range of technical and functional services that help PeopleSoft customers derive maximum value from their investment to Oracle.
Together with you, we consult the best possible solution for your organisation. Whether you’re implementing Campus Solutions for the first time or looking for new solutions for the existing system, we can help. We follow new developments in higher ed tech and PeopleSoft closely because we believe innovating is one of our core duties.
First, we implement the system and/or extensions as promised and we make sure everything is up and running
Second, we make sure your organisation knows how to work with and maintain the new systems
Once everyone knows what to do, we continue to advise you on new innovations and solutions that match your organisation.
CY2 offers a variety of training options for new and existing Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions customers. We always provide training to our customers as part of an implementation or update because one of our core goals is to support you in being as self-sufficient as possible with the system.
A CY2 training can also be arranged even if you’re not planning a new implementation or update. If your team is ready to use a new functionality or just needs a refresher, we’re happy to help.
The below is just an example of the sort of training programs we offer. We tailor each training to your institution’s needs and abilities. Training can take place on-site at the institution or digitally.
Contact us for more information on what sort of training program we can provide for your institution.
This course is an intense training designed to get both new and experienced users (re)accustomed to the basics of Campus Solutions. Topics include: fundamentals, academic structure, campus community, admissions, student records, program enrolment, activity management, academic advisement and student financials.
Workcenters, tabs on homepage, dashboards, navigation collections, pagelet wizard and pagelet personalization and related content.
An overview of the functional side of Fluid and an insight into the challenges of Fluid for each role in the organization. Assignments include creating a Pivot Grid, publishing it on a Fluid page, configuring Fluid and making the created pivot tablet- and mobile-proof.
The 3C’s: Comments, Checklists, Communication. Communication generation, XML publisher introduction and the 3C engine usage.
Allow students to update their own data easily by means of a step-by-step guided processcalled an activity guide.
Make use of the many possibilities of the evaluation management framework. Learn how to setup and use the evaluation management toolset.
Learn how to set up a file parser configuration so you can import external datainto Campus Solutions by means of a flat file into Campus Solutions.
Program definitions, academic item types, program format, enrolment category, planning node, academic progress tracker, APT enrolment and Student Self Service.
An explanation of all setup steps, activity registry, activity generator, and activity roster.
Developed for use by institutions that offer research education, this module offers a suite of possibilities for tracking research students. Thesis management, time management, academic project management.
Roles, dynamic roles, permissions lists, row level security, Self Service security and enrolment security.
Learn how to set up Campus Solutions so that students or employees can share their data with other stakeholders.
Learn how to use the approval workflow functionality and the form builder.
Learn how to create Fluid pages, from the design to building them in App Designer.
Each and every message going outof and coming into Campus Solutions will pass the integration broker. Therefore, a good understanding of the architecture is vital, especially when you have multiple interfaces interacting with your Campus Solutions system. We will explain different architectural principles and how web services to interact.
Get to know a new way of communicating with your audience. E-mail, SMS, push messaging, announcements– it’s all possible with the notification framework.
How to find the correct record, joins, effective date options, outer-joins, sorting and when to use connected query.
Complex outer joins, subqueries and expressions like drilling URL, if-then-else, decode as well as how to create a pivot grid.
Data sources, XML templates with tables, forms, free format, grouping, sorting.
Advanced grouping, nesting, If-then-else clauses and other functions.
Learn how to unleash the power of the rules engine. Evaluate, calculate and update every possible rule you might have in your institution. The rules engine can be used in any module and every evaluation you need to make.
Admissions Application Web Services makes it possible to apply for a study through an external website. (e.g. your institution’s website). This two-day course will give you all the tools and knowledge to make your AAWS configuration work!
Enrolment Web Services focuses on the enrolment of classes by means of web services.
When you need to integrate with other systems, this master class is a must. SOAP,REST, XML and JSON are the main topics. We will teach you all the tips and tricks and give you plenty of examples so you can create your own custom integration between Campus Solutions and any other system.
This framework gives you the ability to add custom fields on a page without creating a customization itself.