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Local rollout vs Global rollout

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wat are the major differences btwn Local vs Gobal rollout program?

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2007 at 08:28 PM

    Hi,

    It is very difficult to address this general question.

    say you have plants across europe. you have done the implementaion in sweden in the first phase. for the other plants it is planned in the next phase. you can say it as a Global roll out.

    there is not a specific terminology called local roll out to distinguish between. but you can take it like this if this is in one country having plants in different region of same country.

    these answer are somewhat wild !

    Regards

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 05:22 AM

    Global Rollout - Intially global template will be prepared based generic business need considering the organisational strategies. Suppose the corporate company has its wing in multiple countries. Then Global template will be pilot implemented in the prime location. And the subsequent countries implementation will be rolled out from the global template with little modification required for the country specific change. This is called as Global roll out.

    However I presume that local roll out could be...After completion of global roll out in all countries. If the company aquires some more companies and it has to be integrated into the existing country specific model which is operating. This could be the local roll out.

    Reward If useful.

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    edwin

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 05:33 AM

    hi

    Logicaly speaking there is no as such diff. bet Local and Global rollout.

    When u are implementing withing same region or Country it can trated as Local roll out and if it invloves diff. countries it can treated as Global rollout.

    Here u take care of diff. tax structues and other legal activities

    Vishal...

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2014 at 09:54 AM

    thank you for these answers.

    i have a question generated from this global vs local roll out.

    if we implement SAP HR in the group, within the different locations in Europe, and we count assign a unique ID to every employee in the group (Exp. 90756 in UK, 90757 in France, 90779 in Grece...)

    my question here is about the action to choose and the status.

    Exp:

    if an employee resigned from our location in Austria, we will terminate him/her (his ID)

    then, after a period of time, he moved to Italy and he will join our location there.

    my question is:

    - he shall keep the same old ID he had in Austria, yes?

    - for our HR location in Italy, it is a Hiring action to be executed? or rehiring?

    ---> in the group's side, it is a re-hiring action, as the employee has worked for the company and has a "delimited" ID.
    ---> in the Italian location side, it is a hiring action, as this is a new employee to be recruited

    can you please help on this?

    Also, i will highly appreciate if you can provide me the functional definitions of "Hiring" and "Re-hiring" personnel actions.

    many thanks in advance

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