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SAP Unveils New SAP SuccessFactors People Central Hub to Accelerate Digital Transformation

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “SAP SE today unveiled a new way for customers to simplify and speed the use of cloud-based people and organizational data across their businesses with the SAP® SuccessFactors® People Central Hub solution. The need for people and organizational data across the enterprise is vital, but integrating this data from disparate systems is complex and expensive. SAP SuccessFactors People Central Hub helps solve this by easily consolidating people and organizational data from legacy systems into a central, cloud-based hub where it’s then integrated and available for use with SAP enterprise applications, such as SAP S/4HANA®.”

The release goes on, “Designed as a simple, scalable tool for SAP customers to kick-start their digital HR transformation and move to the cloud, the benefits of SAP SuccessFactors People Central Hub include: Fast time to value – Packaged integration built and maintained by SAP helps reduce the cost and risk of expensive, complex point-to-point integrations of people and organizational data to other SAP enterprise systems. People-first – Simplified data consolidation means customers can accelerate their digital HR transformation by quickly providing their workforce with engaging, informative and delightful new experiences, such as mobile access to organizational charts and employee profiles. For example, customers can quickly begin using the recently redesigned mobile app, developed through a partnership with Apple, for iOS devices. Future-proof – Flexible deployment alongside the industry-leading SAP SuccessFactors HCM Suite provides new options for each customer’s unique cloud journey and protects existing investments.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: SAP

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