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Old 04-23-2009, 08:30 PM
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Another commonly asked question is:

How Will mySAP HR Fit In With Other Existing Systems?


Interfaces can be built and there are essentially two aspects to the interfacing of SAP and non-SAP software. First, SAP offers various types of object-oriented, functional, batch, and message-based interfaces, including interfaces for electronic documents. Secondly, with the Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPIs) SAP has standardized the business meaning, of interfaces, in addition to offering interface compliance with technical industry standards, including EDI, CORBA, and XML. The BAPIs can be brought to your favorite programming language and development environment.


Also, SAP has found a solution to one of the traditionally most costly and time-intensive implementation tasks: migrating legacy systems. In the past, the costs of data migration have accounted for up to 20% of the total cost of a mySAP HR implementation project. This cost has now been reduced thanks to the Data Transfer Workbench tool enabling data transfer data without little, if any SAP programming.
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MySAP HR's Functionality Is Iincomplete Or Not stable Enough; Some Areas Of Iit Are Too New And Unstable


Some parts of mySAP HR are new and have a history of instability (net payroll & tax reporting in particular). Much of the difficulty in these areas though is a result of a mix of poor implementation, lack of user training, and trying to force-fit existing business processes into mySAP HR instead of changing them to work better with mySAP HR.


Payroll and tax reporting are very complex processes and are often the most difficult items to address in a mySAP HR implementation. Most companies are reluctant to change their payroll and payroll tax processes, and without a full understanding of how mySAP HR's payroll operates they often encounter problems. Taking the time to understand mySAP's process and then fitting current processes into the mySAP framework can almost always prevent the problems. The payroll portion of mySAP HR does work well, but as with any automated payroll system it is complicated and requires that you fully understand how to use it. Once again, your success in this area rests on thorough user training, making appropriate business process changes, and leveraging experienced SAP Payroll consultants.
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CORRECTLY IMPLEMENTED, THERE'S NOTHING TO FEAR
Companies should not be afraid of implementing mySAP HR - by avoiding certain pitfalls and paying attention to crucial factors such as clearly defining the project scope, having the whole company fully committed, supportive Line managers, a fast decision making policy, a competent project team and well trained users - you can implement mySAP HR with minimal costs within an optimum time frame. This new technology will make your organization more efficient, strategy focused and ultimately more profitable, fit for today and tomorrow's economy.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:46 AM
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Hi Experts,

Please send me Data Migration Templetes for OM, PA & Payroll.

Also Please explain What is Data Migration. What are the steps. Which tools do we use & how.
What is Functional Consultant role in this.
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