SpearMC was engaged to assist the City of Seattle in a review of the current business practices surrounding the PeopleSoft accounting Chartfields used across its 26 Departments. The assessment focused on the Project Costing module and its many integration points with all other modules owned by the City. SpearMC’s final recommendations outlined how the current PeopleSoft accounting chartfields (used across the 26 City Departments) needed to be standardized and which system features / functionalities needed to be implemented in order to fully realize business goals.
SpearMC was engaged by Ubisoft to complete a requirements analysis, fit-gap review and re-implementation of PeopleSoft Financials and Supply Chain Management from v8.0 to v9.0. The project also included migrating Ubisoft’s Canadian Operations from MAS200 to PeopleSoft v9.0. Working toward an absolute go-live date, SpearMC and Ubisoft successfully completed the upgrade on schedule in support of the upcoming holiday season
Over a 16-month period, TransUnion (TU) integrated and upgraded three separate highly customized instances of PeopleSoft Financials onto a single supportable platform. TU immediately realized positive impacts such as improved reporting productivity for Finance, increased stability for Financial Systems, and decreased total infrastructure maintenance costs.
Oak Park is a thriving community located immediately west of the City of Chicago, and it is known for its architectural heritage and diverse population. Oak Park is primarily a residential community, and it operates under the Village-Manager form of government.
Alberto-Culver is a global manufacturer and marketer of hair and skin beauty care products led by its global brands: Alberto VO5, St. Ives, TRESemme and Nexxus. The company's consumer products are sold worldwide in over 100 countries. SpearMC provides on-going global support to Alberto-Culver offices in Chicago, London, Sydney and Auckland (NZ).
Gateway Container was a global leader in the container leasing industry. Founded in 1997, Gateway had quickly grown to support a fleet of over 300,000 owned and managed containers.