Hire to Retire PackageLead your organization’s digital HR transformation
Exaserv One – Hire To Retire
The Exaserv One packaged solution offers clients a full comprehensive HR/Talent solution that focuses on maximizing the value of your SuccessFactors applications. Exaserv One – Hire to Retire process includes SuccessFactors Employee Central which is the world leading Core HR module.
Provides full HR administration including position management and advanced workflow. Employee and Manager Self Service for personal information, vacation request, and time-off.
Full integration with all the SuccessFactors talent modules. Create new and update positions, employee transfer, organizational change and mass updates.
SuccessFactors Employee Central
SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central goes beyond basic automation to deliver a suite of applications for your most demanding business priorities. The next-generation core HR system (HRIS) is designed for the global enterprise workforce and delivered securely via the SAP SuccessFactors cloud, serving more than 27 million users.
Employee Central Implementation
The 6 keys
With the large range of options available in Employee Central, it can be a challenge to determine the best way to implement SuccessFactors foundation. Some of the following best practices can be used to simplify and streamline the design and roll out of Successfactor’s foundation HR module.
1. Create a (global) template. While some countries may possess specific compliance and government requirements, it is best to use global standardization whenever possible. Read more
Digital Transformation in SMB
Digital transformation is increasingly understood as a matter of survival for small and midsize companies. Most are planning to make the sweeping, technology-driven organizational changes that define digital transformation, and a growing majority say these adjustments will be essential to their competitiveness in the near future. Oxford Economics surveyed over 3,000 executives in 17 countries about their readiness for digital transformation, including more than 1,300 companies with revenues below $500 million.