Building a PTF Program that Works


Webinar Synopsis:

In this webinar, Intermountain Healthcare shows real-time data, including their operational costs, their benefits, and the limitations that they face. They also highlight how they implemented the PeopleSoft Testing framework in their industry, which is focused on healthcare. The PeopleSoft testing framework has allowed Intermountain Healthcare to save considerable time, costs, and employee efforts. 

The webinar also discusses the modes of adoption of PeopleSoft and the specific considerations organizations need to consider before changing their digital infrastructure.

Automating testing frameworks has become a necessity that helps businesses add value to their customers by saving tons of time. 

The detailed case study provides real-time insights on using PeopleSoft Test Framework for other organizations. In addition to that, you can also learn more about the following areas with this webinar: 

  • Limitations of PTF
  • The working principle of PeopleSoft Test Framework
  • Advantages of using the PeopleSoft test framework 

We also explore how our service, FasTest, helps in this scenario and how it overcomes the limitations offered by PTF. 

This webinar is presented to you by a panel of experts that includes Greg Kelly, who is with Oracle for PeopleSoft in the product management domain; Hillary Collins, who is the director of business applications over Finance at Intermountain Healthcare; and Supriya Prabhakara, who is an expert in Cloud Infrastructure architecture and PeopleSoft applications. With over 12 years of experience across various industries, she brings a fresh perspective on how businesses can achieve a seamless testing process.

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