The modern world of work demands a workforce with new skill sets. For HR, this means a digital approach that keeps organizations agile and resilient to the challenges the future holds is a must. Bringing your HR to the cloud is a sustainable deployment option for the long term. It enables you to take advantage of the latest HR innovations, engage employees more effectively, and solve business issues in real time, creating the building blocks for your organisation to be an Intelligent Enterprise.
To help you realize these benefits quickly, we created Upgrade2Success, a comprehensive program that has all you need to move from your on-premise SAP ERP HCM solution to the cloud. This program provides you with tools, assets, and services that can make your journey easier and as smooth as possible.
This course is the follow-on course to the ‘nutshell’ course that gave you an introduction to Upgrade2Success. It will go into more practical details of the tools, assets, and services referred to in the previous course, and will focus more on the ‘how-tos’, with short demonstrations and setup pointers where applicable.
Week 1: Ready, Steady, GO!
Week 2: A Detailed Look at the Migration Tools
Week 3: I Want to Move, But...
Week 4: Final Exam
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Wim Valstar is global program content lead for the Upgrade2Success program within SAP SuccessFactors. He has over 20 years of experience in the domain of Core HR and Payroll systems and services and is based in the Netherlands.
Wim has been with SAP SuccessFactors since 2012, first as a functional product and domain specialist on Cloud Core HR and Payroll, and later as regional vice president, leading the team of solution advisors for the EMEA region.
Before joining SAP SuccessFactors, Wim was with a global SAP HCM partner for almost 10 years, serving amongst other things as director sales & marketing, and heading up a business unit of SAP HR implementation consultants implementing global HCM and Payroll systems and services.
Wim has a Master’s degree in Economics & Business Administration from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, and has expertise in Human Resources, Payroll, Talent Management, Change Management and HR Transformation.
Imran Sajid is director of HCM Solution Marketing at SAP SuccessFactors in Atlanta GA. He considers himself to be a voice of the customer inside SAP, where he focuses on global Core HR and Payroll.
In previous roles, Imran has worked on implementations, provided post-go-live support, and trained hundreds of customers and partners across most industries. He has published three books on SAP SuccessFactors and has been a frequent contributor in SAP Experts, where he has published over a dozen articles. Imran has spoken at every major SAP conference across the globe. He is certified in SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central, SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding, SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management, and SAP Payroll.
Imran graduated from Georgia State University Robinson College of Business with a degree in the top ranked Computer Information System program. He volunteers with Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) as an SAP Point of Contact, and has been chosen 4 times for the prestigious SAP Catalyst program for top performers.
Paul Meredith is a director of HCM Solution Marketing at SAP SuccessFactors. He is the solution owner for Employee Central Time & Attendance and the Employee Central Service Center.
Paul joined SAP in 1998, and in that time he has been a translator, technical writer, director of user assistance, director of customer enablement, and now a product marketer. He has worked mostly in HCM (on-premise and cloud), but also in SRM, Sustainability, and CRM (Cloud for Sales/Service).
Paul holds a degree in Public Policymaking & Administration from the University of Birmingham (UK).
Originally from Wales, he has lived and worked in Germany but now calls San Francisco home.
Julia Quintel is a scenario product manager for SAP Best Practices for SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and Onboarding. In her role, she collects and prioritizes business configuration requirements, supports the build of the defined scenarios, and drives field enablement. Julia was part of an SAP sponsored study program that consisted of academic studies at the Cooperative State University Mannheim and employment at SAP. This program gave her a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights into various areas of business within SAP. Julia holds a degree in Business Administration and Management.
Lisa Munzenmaier is the Global HR Presales Hub lead for SAP SuccessFactors. She is the global champion for our HR Presales community and works closely with the SAP ecosystem.
Lisa joined SAP in 1998 and has held positions as a Sr Consultant as well as an Executive HR Presales solution engineer where she spent time working with both public and commercial customers with a focus on SAP ERP HCM. In her current role, her primary focus is SAP SuccessFactors.
Lisa has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University. She has expertise in Human Resources, Payroll, Time Management, and Talent Management. Originally from Boston, she now resides in upstate New York.
Philip Sachs is the global head of SAP Model Company for HR and also responsible for the SAP SuccessFactors delivery strategy.
Alongside these roles, he is part of the SAP Model Company program governance and responsible for the Public Cloud Model Company services.
Philip has more than 25 years of consulting experience in various roles such as project manager, consulting director, consulting sales, field readiness etc., with a focus on the Human Resources domain.
Gabriel is a Product Manager Advisor based in Germany. In his role, Gabriel advises the partner and customer community on how to best implement the SuccessFactors solutions (Product Advisory) and collects market feedback on functionality and implementation challenges related to Core HR topics.
Gabriel joined SAP HCM development organization in 2008 as an application developer and worked heavily on the localization of SAP Personnel Administration, Payroll and Time management for Latin-American and southern European Markets. There he worked closely with local HR product managers and customers designing and developing solutions. Later, participating on the HR Renewal program, Gabriel focused on the development of Payroll Control Center.