WorkForce Software, time management software publisher, launched the Standard Product at the end of 2016. This module includes a base product to which extensions are added and based on an implementation methodology called Xcelerate.
You may have heard that more than 50 percent of Fortune 500 companies are already exploring deployment of software robots within their IT landscape. The market – which is growing at a rate of 30 percent – is expected to hit $2.7 Billion in 5 years. Imagine that!
In our on-going SAP SuccessFactors series of blog postings dedicated to maximizing and optimizing your system use, this month we delve into the power you hold in your very hands, the power to get your enhancement ideas realized!
The configuration of a system should be designed with the end user in mind, but functionally should also play a role.
This month’s blog focuses on a specific setting within the Platform Configuration that you likely may not know about. I’m referring to the “Hide User Name From UI” setting that SAP SuccessFactors and partners like us, can configure.
Project Management… This activity filled with unexpected twists and surprises! If only this concept could only mean to manage a project and then execute the project plan. But, as you very well know, project management is a little bit more difficult.
Disruption has a name and it’s called: CHANGE. rganizations must adapt to grow, particularly when they also have to manage younger resources. To guarantee the implication and retention of employees, traditional management methods must be updated to meet the constant evolution of the present and future workforce.
We’ve noticed something unsettling. In our many interactions with clients using SAP SuccessFactors, we have uncovered that most do not take advantage of a critical security feature that allows administrators of the solution to have direct visibility and control over who can access their environments. Scary, right?
IN-RGY will tell you everything about SAP SuccessFactors view provisioning access, required permissions, etc... This will help you easily grant and control provisioning access, that until recently, was not so easy to manage. Now, you are in control and only approved users have access to your system.
Tick-tock-tick-tock-tick-tock... Comfort then sets in, ambition slips away, and the project goes awry. Have you ever thought that your project could be driven not in the HOW but in the WHY ? Read our article to know more about the three risk factors involved in each of the previously-identified rationales.
Strictly speaking, benchmarking consists of analysing the operations, practices and management tools of organisations with very similar activities, i.e. competitors. This approach makes it possible to identify how others overcame the challenges in question, how they adapted. Find out the major challenges companies can face by benchmarketing their work process.
You have probably seen this message appear on some internet browsers since the beginning of the year. This announcement is the final step in switching from flash-coded applications to HTML5 code.What are the consequences for the LMS?
Often images of humanoid machines or robotic arms in plants immediately come to mind when we talk about “robots”. Yet, this vision is today still a little bit inaccurate. New robots in the form of software called RPA (Robotic Process Automation) arise and figure prominently on the present technological market.
What if emotional intelligence was the new leadership? Placing emphasis on soft skills development in today's company culture is crucial to engaging teams and guiding them towards success – a key element at IN-RGY.
Labattrecently launchedproducts into theantisepticmarket,manyautomobile manufacturersarelending their resourcesto producemedical devices,andlarge restaurant franchises areputtingtake-outmenusto good useduring this strange time. Theaforementioned companies allhave a common denominator:adaptation, andactivestepstowards transformation.
“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. Maxim often attributed to the philosopher Aristotle, who studied with Plato. While this Aristotelian attribution has little justification (nowhere written as such in his work and reductive to a geometric analysis), the fact remains that the holistic ideology underlying this sentence is still grounded.