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SAP Jam and integration with SAP HR functionalities

Hi All,

how practically SAP Jam is integrated with SAP HR?

I've seen some slides about HR Renewal and I see that you have a specific Lane where you can link specific feeds. Which are the other integration points? are there other integrations more on the business process?

For example while I create a Position can I open a discussion linked to the position ID I'm creating and so if some other user will access to the position will see the my comment and can also reply? The same kind of situation could be when I hire an employee.

So basically, can a discussion or any other SAP Jam feature be linked to an SAP HR master data?

Can discussions/blog/wiki be linked to a specific infotype or field? for example to provide work instructions.

Which are the cases when SAP Jam read data from SAP HR?

Which are the cases when SAP Jam write data in SAP HR?

Thanks

Regards

Francesco

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 04:22 PM

    Hi Francesco,

    Yes we added the feed integration for PA and OM objects back in the Streamwork days but they work with SAP Jam as well. Personally I don't see much use of that.

    What Luke is most likely refering to is the deep integration we are building for SAP Learning Solution to bridge the gap from formal to informal and social learning. I will share some details on this in the coming weeks.

    Regards,

    Martin

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 06:46 PM

    Hi Francesco,

    I only just saw your question. SAP Jam reads basic employee data from SAP HCM or SuccessFactors (e.g. names and email etc) but does not write data to SAP HCM. There is no real business case for that, with exception of Social Learning.

    Best regards,

    Luke

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