The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted our personal lives and the future of work. It has also catapulted the topic of digital transformation to the top of the priority list for virtually every organization in the world. SAP’s strategy to focus and double down on delivering the Intelligent Enterprise is therefore incredibly timely. One of the key processes of an Intelligent Enterprise is the HR business process of recruit to retire, which traverses multiple SAP business applications. It has now taken on an added importance as companies look to continue to adapt and be hyper-vigilant on issues such as business continuity of end-to-end HR processes, security, and identity management of remote workers, while threading the needle on employee health and wellness, engagement, and overall productivity.
In this course, you’ll learn about SAP’s overall Intelligent Enterprise strategy and how it relates to Human Experience Management (HXM) and the end-to-end recruit-to-retire business process, including the three sub-processes of hire to retire, travel to reimburse, and external workforce management. We’ll dive into details of the hire-to-retire business process blueprint and cover all the integrations and innovations we have delivered in 2020, including the harmonization of the Suite qualities.
Join us, take the learnings and apply them to your unique company needs. Chart a path towards becoming an Intelligent Enterprise and be the best run businesses in your industry.
Unit 1: SAP's Intelligent Enterprise Suite – A Quick Introduction
Unit 2: Recruit to Retire and Its Subprocesses
Unit 3: The Employee Lifecycle from Hire to Retire – A Process Perspective
Unit 4: Innovations in the Context of Hire to Retire
Unit 5: Suite Qualities – One Domain Model in Hire to Retire
Uwe Hafner is an expert in Digital Learning and SAP SuccessFactors. He is currently focused on integration and enablement topics around SAP’s Intelligent Enterprise, primarily along Employee Lifecycle and the relevant SAP applications.
Uwe regularly speaks on digital learning topics at regional SAP user group events. Before joining SAP, he was a management consultant for Human Resources and IT topics, building the bridge between the two areas.
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Samir Bigdeli is a member of the SAP S/4HANA Product Management team, covering the topics of integration and extensibility.
His main focus is the integration of SAP S/4HANA Cloud with HCM applications, especially SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central, and he is a core member of the Hire to Retire workstream.
Samir frequently presents the SAP S/4HANA Cloud integration capabilities in webinars and similar events.
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Hans-Dieter Knoch is a business architect in the Hire to Retire workstream. He drives the adoption of suite qualities for the end-to-end Hire to Retire business process according to SAP’s integration plan in the cloud.
Hans-Dieter has been with SAP for over 20 years and has more than 10 years of experience in SAP cloud application development, namely SAP Cloud for Travel and Expense, SAP Concur, and SAP S/4HANA Cloud.
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Andreas Bloeß is a product engineering manager for SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central, responsible for the topic of integration. He leads the development team that builds the H2R integration scenario on the Employee Central side.
Andreas has been with SAP for over 16 years. Since SAP and SuccessFactors came together in 2012, he has been working in various roles within Employee Central engineering.
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Neetin Datar is a product expert in SAP Product Engineering. He is part of the team that is singularly focused on delivering end-to-end Recruit to Retire business process integration for the Intelligent Enterprise.
Neetin has been with SAP for over 20 years, is a frequent speaker at industry events, and has authored numerous articles in business and technology publications.
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Ralf Ackermann works as a product manager in the Cross Product Architecture (CPA) team. He is involved in various roll-in and roll-out activities specifically for integration in the Intelligent Enterprise and aims to “spread the word” about this topic.
After working in academia on Advanced Networking, Multimedia, and IP Telephony Signaling/Interworking (on which he also successfully wrote a PhD thesis) Ralf has been working in different areas of SAP, including R&D for the Internet of Things, for 14 years.
Frank Bareis is a product manager for SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central, responsible for the topic of integration. He takes care of the SAP SuccessFactors integrations that are part of the Recruit to Retire business scenario.
Frank has been with SAP for over 25 years, of which he spent nearly 20 years working in the area of HR software and 15 years in cloud software.
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Arne Ludwig is a product manager for the SAP Cloud Platform Master Data Integration service within Technology & Innovation. This service provides a central building block in the overall integration strategy of the Intelligent Enterprise, consequently, Arne is involved in the alignments along the major Intelligent Enterprise scenarios with the involved SAP applications.
Prior to this, he drove the SAP One Domain Model, which is the “lingua franca” within the Intelligent Enterprise.