Welcome back! In my final installment of this three part series, I will cover the options available for Exporting data from Employee Central (EC) for the purposes of data validation.READ MORE
It seems more and more customers are choosing SAP Cloud Platform Integration (SCPI) as an alternative to Dell Boomi for integration between SAP ERP and SuccessFactors Employee Central. This presents integration consultants in the space with the opportunity to learn a new technology. Unsurprisingly, developers with Boomi experience will recognize commonalities within SCPI at a high level but will find differences up close. Let’s quickly compare the two.READ MORE
Many organizations have operations in different parts of the world. This can be extremely helpful in the growth of your business but difficult for your HR team. It may present challenges across the different countries and languages, as well as system inconsistencies across the different platforms. If you are looking for a way to streamline your processes across your organization, implementing a process automation platform with global forms may be your answer.READ MORE
Welcome back! In Part 1, I covered what to consider when planning your data migration from SAP ERP HCM to SAP’s SuccessFactors Employee Central (EC). If you missed it, you can find it here. For my second installment in this series, I will give you a few tips for Importing Data into Employee Central, to help you along your Journey to the Cloud.READ MORE
Now that your company has decided to implement Employee Central, it is time to prep for your implementation. Based on my personal experiences, here are 5 areas to consider focusing on during your project preparation. Focusing on these will help to smooth out your Employee Central journey.READ MORE
This is a follow up to my previous blog post. If you haven’t read it yet, you can do so here. Part 2 will address the integration functionality available to migrate your data to Employee Central or transfer your cloud data back to your SAP on premise environment.
As I mentioned in my previous blog post, there are two approaches to maintaining your employee data. “Core Hybrid” is where your entire population is live on Employee Central and you only need to send changes back to the SAP on premise environment. This requires an initial data load into EC, but only one direction of integration for subsequent employee data changes. Alternately, “Side-by-Side” is where part of your population is live in Employee Central and the rest retain SAP as the system of record. This approach will require ongoing bi-directional integration.
The decision to move to SuccessFactors Employee Central can be based on many different factors such as motivation to employ newer and more capable technology, business process re-alignment and optimization and motivation to achieve greater cost efficiencies. Accompanying these motivators must be a clear business case and implementation plan.READ MORE
Wondering how to most effectively move to the cloud? We put together a short PDF to get you started. View DocumentREAD MORE
As more information continues to be made available regarding the pending release of Onboarding 2018 from SAP/SuccessFactors, it seemed a good time to try and provide some insight from our vantage point at Hula. There has been much interest in this topic and hopefully we can consolidate some information from various sources and provide additional understanding of what is being done, the major factors driving the initiative, the available specifics on new design, and the timeline and strategy for release.READ MORE
By David Nesper, Hula Managing Partner The Equifax data breach is a teachable moment if ever there was one. Equifax said the attackers entered its system in mid-May through a vulnerability in the Apache Struts application that had a patch available in March 2017. In other words, the company had more than two months […]READ MORE