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HR data in ECC-viewed and accessed via external integrated system/program??

Hi everyone,

HR request:

I have a customer (billion dollar customer) which is running SAP ECC. They are with 7 different queries is extracting HR data (new employees, headcounts, salaries, contractors etc etc) from SAP. The data is assembled and structured into one Excel sheet document which they have constructed themselves with macros etc.

The company has decided to within a couple of years Go Live with Business Warehouse and will then use BI reports to view the data smoothly.

However they want to implement a temporary solution so they donu2019t have to do the manual work until the Business Warehouse solution is up and running. They need to more or less be able to access and view this data without performing the extraction and assembly in Excel manually. I believe Click View is one interesting product which can be integrated. But I need to know some more alternatives which can be evaluated and presented to the customer in a Pre Study.

Thanks and regards

Sami

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 01:58 PM

    Hi,

    you want to come up with a quick solution for your customer.

    Please take a look into companio.com/products. Here you can find Cpronto - a software for fast and coding-free creation of web dialogs upon SAP systems, certainly also HR.

    Take look into: companio.com/products. If you want to go in more details, email or call me directly.

    best regards

    Helmut Stark

    Vorstand Beratung und Vertrieb

    Companio AG

    helmut.stark Add companio.com, mobile: +49 171 2048 110

    Companio AG, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, www.companio.com

    office: + 49 731 9858 8725

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      They are with 7 different queries extracting HR data (new employees, headcounts, salaries, contractors etc etc) from SAP. The data is assembled and structured into one Excel sheet document which they have constructed themselves with macros etc. The data presents personal key figures on Local Business Unit level but also on ABB level. Furthermore, sickness info on individual, LBU and ABB level is presented. All users (Antal users???) will filtrate on their division and only view their specific data.

      The company has decided to within a couple of years Go Live with Business Warehouse and will then use BI reports to view the data smoothly. I believe the talks regarding BI have gone too far and that we probably cannot persuade them in choosing HANA or something else instead. So letu2019s work on that they are going to implement BW within a couple of years.

      However they want to implement a temporary solution so they donu2019t have to do the manual work until the Business Warehouse solution is up and running. They need to more or less be able to access and view this data without performing the extraction and assembly in Excel manually. I believe Click View is one interesting product which can be integrated. But I need to know some more alternatives which can be evaluated and presented to the customer in a Pre Study.

      So we are looking for an u201Ceasyu201D and u201Cquicku201D implemented temporarily solution which they can use this time before BW impl. I would also appreciate if you could estimate cost and time consumption for your alternative which you want to present.

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