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SAP HCM and Success Factors Process Integration

Hi

There are various kinds of Process Integration that will be required between SAP HCM and Success Factors BizX when implementing a Hybrid Solution.

Assume that Core HR, Payroll and core applications will be on premise and Performance, Succession, Learning, Recruitment, Workforce Planning and Analytics over the cloud.

Some examples would be:

1. Basic Salary Data to flow from SAP HCM to BizX Compensation Management and compensation allocations like merit increases, bonuses etc back from BizX to SAP HCM.

2. Vacancy information to flow from SAP HCM to BizX Recruiting Execution and Candidate/Employee information back from BizX to SAP HCM.

Can we think of more examples like this? What all kinds of Data and Process Integration do existing customers need and going forward what all might be needed with higher levels of integration between the two products.

Regards

Shubham

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2013 at 12:35 PM

    Hi Shubham,

    To be perfectly honest, there are a lot of scenarios required for integration in the Hybrid. Every module will have a set of core scenarios (like those you mention).

    For example, let's take succession planning. Successor, Competency, Talent Group and Key Position data needs to be transferred to SuccessFactors BizX (assuming none of it is in the system already). Then succession plans are created for key positions using employees from Talent Groups that are matched by competencies. New employees are added to Talent Groups as part of the succession processes. Then these new succession plans and talent group nominations need to be sent back to SAP.

    This is a very high-level, best practice example and there are many more. I think it would be a fairly big task to list all of them here, but I think it could make a great SCN Blog or Document.

    Best regards,

    Luke

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