Our customers have identified the following capabilities as being most important to the ongoing success of their projects.
Younger millennial engineers want to work for companies who are using contemporary technology such as the Internet of Things (IOT), automation, machine learning and real-time analytics.
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Digitalization and virtual work. Two elements that are essential to us nowadays. How can we utilize our own developed digital competencies and accelerate our work tasks and processes?
Like many of the company’s processes such as procurement, maintenance, inventory management, etc. onboarding just doesn’t get the same attention. But there is money and prestige in not only getting an employee productive as quickly as possible, but also making the employee feel welcome and desired. With Onboarding 2.0, SuccessFactors closes the gap between a successful recruitment and a prepared start-up in the organization.
To understand why S/4HANA is not just an upgrade “that looks nice” but rather an upgrade that will change the game of ERP business, you must look at how the system interacts with the user.
Companies in the EU that trade with the UK or are physically present in the UK should have at this stage started projects that ensure their ERP system can continue to meet the changing legal requirements that will meet them on 31 October.
Why User Research is so important when creating new processes, systems, and solutions and how to conduct it
It’s a known fact that a lot of new solutions developed are either not used as intended or not used at all. This is why having the user’s perspective represented in the design and development of new solutions becomes essential – because who wants to spend time and money on creating something wrong.
Since the expected shape of the labor market is still unclear including employment law, immigration policy, and the length and operation of any transitional period, businesses should be prepared by proactively ensuring a present and qualified workforce.
Having become such a big part of our lives today, interactions with technology has become more or less automatic. Design Thinking can help pinpoint and accommodate actual user needs when developing new digital solutions.
There should be no doubt by now, that SAP’s Fiori design and underlying development elements are very simple to use and easy to understand. Also, they are powerful, mature and rapid to develop around. In fact, most of SAP’s own webpages, the SAP Cloud development pages and their SAP ONE Support Launchpad are created in the same development framework.
SAP is working hard to simplify their price list, and changes in the latest quarterly price update reflect that steps have already been taken in this new direction.
By using Design Thinking as an approach to guide the process, you can use design methods to research, develop and introduce the change into the organization.
Most people probably know the option to enable Business Functions in SAP. Activating a Business Function means that a new “feature” is enabled in SAP.
Key insights from SuccessConnect 2018 in Berlin. We have heard about machine learning for a while now – but it is here and the first features are released in Q3.
With proper license management processes in place and the use of optimization tools, you have a good starting point for saving costs.
As for deployment options for SAP Hybris Marketing, generally two choices are available; on-premise or cloud. Traditionally, deployment options refer solely to how an application is deployed and hosted, but particularly with SAP Hybris Marketing “deployment options” might not be the entirely correct choice of words.
It has been awkward. It has been embarrassing. And maybe I shouldn’t have. But, it’s been imperative to me to try to convince management of the places I have worked to hire my mother. I am sure you could imagine managers’ reactions ranging from a lifted eyebrow to a look that said, “the man is a total nutcase”.
Many IT Executives have a big question on their minds – should they go for an on-premise solution, where the SAP software is installed and operated from an in-house server and computing infrastructure or should they go for a cloud solution, where the SAP software is deployed and managed by SAP, and the users gain access over the internet.
It’s been 6 years since SAP purchased SuccessFactors – so, what has happened since then? For one, I have switched from working with on-premise to SuccessFactors – I will, however, try my best to offer an objective comparison and description of some of the pros and cons of SuccessFactors, as I see them.