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Business Blue Print in SAP Payroll - Buying a new company

Hello All,

The company here is making a acquisiton of a new one enterprise.

This new enterprise has already the SAP HCM PY.

I need to check all the requiriments to integrate the PY from this new company to our company PY.

The question is, what should I request from them, example: wage types, areas, sub areas, PCR and etc.

If you give me a step by step check-in, will be very appreciated.

Regards,

Ricardo

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 05:26 PM

    Hi Ricardo,

    It's similar than a BBP of a new implementation.

    1st. You must ask for a detailed payroll's explanation (non sap concepts, regulations, etc...) and if the company is in another country, you must ask for a detailed payroll's laws & regulations that applied to the aquisition company.

    This 1st step is helpfull to understand the general payroll's situation

    2nd. Ask for the documentation of the BBP & construction of the original implementation.

    3th. Ask for the documentation of the several change request.

    4ht. Ask for a detailed explanation of the payroll schema and Z operations or funtions.

    With this information, you will be in position to analize the current situation and to define the strategy to development of the BBP.

    We lack information to give you an accurate answer.

    Regards,

    Juan Alfonso Muro

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2014 at 02:41 PM

    The following thread may be of interest

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1197164

    Also for PY - there may be Data Take on- that means 'hiring' employees into SAP system from their original start date with the aquisition company and ensuring their personnel and payroll data is accurate from then til current date in SAP - different rules may apply with relation to companies and payroll - but usually any data you need legally, for audit purposes, for reporting or for current/future payroll will need to be present in SAP system

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