In this day and age, data quality has never been more important. Too often, accurate data is overlooked as we are bogged down with day to day activities, leading to errors, security risks and quality ...
January 22, 2020
It’s that time of year when everyone is thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Lose weight? Volunteer more? Find a new hobby? Save money? We make these resolutions again and again, somehow hoping this year we’ll stick to them!
This year, why not try a new approach and add a new resolution for your day-to-day job? How about solving your SAP HCM reporting challenges?
Reporting in SAP HCM is often referred to as the largest challenge for businesses. You may find that you have some data on-premise, and other data in the cloud. Sometimes there is data replicated between systems, and at other times the data may be different between systems. IT teams need to control which system is the system of record, AND you need to report on all the data.
This webinar focuses on these 3 challenges:
In this 35-minute webinar, Lane Small and Danielle Larocca explore reporting with Query Manager and the value add-ons that make reporting easier and documents more professional.
Danielle Larocca | SVP HCM Solutions at EPI-USE Labs
Danielle has more than 20 years of distinguished service in business management and strategic decision-making. She is the author of four best-selling books on SAP, two specific to SAP HCM Reporting, and has been a featured speaker at numerous international conferences on topics such as human resources, technology, change management and leadership.
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.