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BW Benchmarks / HR

I am looking for benchmarks regarding SAP Business Warehouse Projects, in particular SAP Human Resources BW, but the Benchmark figures do not have to only be focused on HR projects. I am searching for numbers like:

- ratio number of external consultants versus inhouse staff in project team,

- project duration

- project budget / cost of implementation,

- number of connected systems

- number of countries connected

- etc.

- initial situation /industry / which area (MM, FI, CO, HR etc.) / approach / middleware used / lessons learned / pitfalls (if it makes things clearer or better comparable)

Google, SAP-Homepage,... bring no result.

ANY input, Link, ... is welcome!

Thanks in advance.

Best regards.

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2004 at 05:42 AM

    Hi,

    What is the purpose for your question?

    - Ratio: 1 Consultant to 1 FTE is always a good ratio for implementation.

    - Duration: "It depends". It depends on what you want to do...do you want to do all of HR (including structural authorizations), HR lite, and will other areas of BW be in play also? The more you do, the longer the project...

    - Budget / Cost - You need to come to a conference and try to talk to a CTO (like BW and Portals conference in Las Vegas in March).

    - Systems: Why do you care? You can connect hundereds of systems to BW if you need to.

    - Countries - with Unicode, you can have any country in the world on BW.

    - Last question: Too vague. You are aksing for an extended conversation, not a posting reply. Again, go to the conferences, please. And click my star.

    Regards - Ron Silberstein, NetWeaver RIG BI, SAP Labs, LLC

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