Join us for some straight talk from Paul Snyman, Vice President of Cloud and Managed Services at EPI-USE Labs. Paul promises to unpack what the cloud means for SAP customers who are interested but ...
3 March 2021
For those SAP customers who have made the decision to move from on-premise SAP HCM to the cloud, SuccessFactors Employee Central, or hybrid, there are at least seven key functions or challenges that need to be addressed in order to maintain a consistently functioning ecosystem.
These are the key items that require attention to ensure a successful migration and they range from validating the data, actually moving the data, and ensuring the data is in sync and is accurate, to – most importantly – a regularly scheduled process in place to maintain that homeostasis once the move is complete.
Based on our experience of assisting clients in several implementations, it is these seven items that continue to require attention. During this webinar, SAP Mentor and HCM expert Danielle Larocca and Lane Small, our HCM products guru, discuss actionable advice on how best to address these challenges.
Watch this webinar to find out about these critical functions:
Danielle Larocca l VP HCM Solutions at EPI-USE Labs
Senior Vice-President of HCM Solutions Danielle Larocca has worked in the SAP HCM space for over 20 years. An SAP Mentor and featured speaker at numerous conferences, Danielle has authored four best-selling books on SAP, is the Technical Editor for the SAP Professional Journal, and often the Voice of the Expert on SAPInsider’s Ask the Expert series for HR.
Lane Small | HCM Solutions Architect at EPI-USE Labs
Lane Small is an HCM Solutions Architect for EPI-USE Labs Services team with 10 years experience in SAP. He started off with the State of South Carolina working in BI reporting before his move to SAP HCM/Payroll. While there, he did functional configuration and leveraged the Labs' suite of solutions to ensure statewide data integrity was maintained and proper testing was performed before configuration or support packs were loaded into production environments.