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 ...
September 1st, 2020
HR service delivery is changing at a rapid pace. Both the quality of your employee data, and streamlined processes, are critical factors which impact effective service delivery. We are all hearing about mass digitization of HR information and the latest HR trends, but there is not much information about how HR service delivery can be enhanced through improved mass employee data changes.
If you run SuccessFactors Employee Central, there has been no existing tool that can manage and do a mass update of your Employee Central Data securely, and is available in SuccessFactors. Until now!
In this webinar, we discuss challenges in managing data in SuccessFactors and providing the tools and techniques for your SuccessFactors service delivery team. Our HCM experts explain how to:
Watch the webinar to learn about real examples from our clients, and best practices on how to solve these challenges.
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.
François Breed, SAP HCM specialist
François currently heads up Business Development for SAP HCM services for EPI-USE Africa in the Western Cape, South Africa. He started his career as a technical consultant in 2003 specializing in Human Capital Management focusing on Personnel Administration, Organizational Management, and Payroll. During 2010 he took on the role of Associate Manager and moved over to client services in 2014.