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SAP SUCCESS FACTORS CLOUD HCM - Regular
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SAP SUCCESS FACTORS CLOUD HCM - Regular

What is the Cloud & SF?

What is the reason behind SAP HR replacement by SAP SF? - As entire Globe is moving around the word “Cloud”, now it has become mandatory for every technology or a tool to convert it’s dynamics, structure, architecture, trade-offs and everything into CLOUD. SAP, a rich technology in Consulting at client and now-a-mass technology at student, has different modules in it and SAP-HR is one among them, learned by lacks. The reason behind this huge competition for SAP-HR is just due to the huge number of trainers availability as SAP software is freely available from cracked-market. As far as our decades of technology expertise, worked for many enterprise allocations and its development, we’ve seen all the hell ‘n’ back of resources when they get recruited. I recommend the technology or a tool what you opted for getting a job or to change to another job, should be new to the market, and the training feasibility of it should be very less in the market. It makes you a dependable in an organization and will be a no-other-go for a company until they made you to join in. It will be possible when that technology or tool is of CLOUD. As any CLOUD based technology or tool is not an installable-software, and which can run by accessing its software instance as a service through internet in your own browser. It can be possible only for MiNdLiNkS to provide you training & practicing with a software instance by an expert from every ground of HCM domain and it’s technologies. You can avail Online & Classroom & Virtual-Classroom training with assured job assistance and references. 

What does a course entail?

The length and content of each Success Factors course will be vast and vary. Each module assumes few proposed hours of study per day and it is strongly advised to schedule no other work during the course time as this impedes the ability to learn the content and pass the course. 

Who should attend?

  • SAP HR [Functional], SAP-HR [Technical], SAP-ABAP [HR],  SAP ESS, SAP MSS, SAP EP, SAP ABAP, SAP PI, SAP XI, SAP BASIS and PeopleSoft, Oracle HCM, Oracle Fusion HCM, Workday HCM Consultants {without any other go…}
  • HR Domain experienced professionals, HR Generalists, Staffing & Recruiters, Resource Managers, Resource Deployment Managers, HR graduates / post graduates
  • SAP/Siebel/Peoplesoft/Sales Force etc.,  [ERP/CRM/BPM] Business consultant, Developers / Programmers / Middleware tool consultants, Test engineers / Test leads, Reporting Analysts from any technology who want to become SAP consultants.
  • MBA, BBA, MCA, M.Sc, B.Tech, B.E Fresher / Experienced people
  • Entry-level Software professionals (From any background)

Can I see & Practice on SF software? 

Yes, that’s can only be happened by MiNdLiNkS. As its not an installable software and not available from Hyderabad streets, everyone think that there won’t be an opportunity to work with the tool instead of reading screenshots. MiNdLiNkS only an organization providing instance for all students to practice daily 15 Hours of equipped and managed lab also with MiNdLiNkS. We provided only screenshots in the past for practice, but soon SAP got acquired SF, we started offering Cloud Software Instance also to each individual without charging extra. 

What sort of experience do I need?

There is no particular experience required, but it does help to be familiar with the module you are taking and to have bit knowledge of XML. Business process experience is not required for the training, but it helps to understand the various functions of the application that you are learning.

Are there any prerequisites to take the Training? 

As mentioned above, to undertake any module of Success Factors course you must complete the Introduction to Mastery module which comes first in queue and its includes in training.

What about Success Factors Certification?

Customers have said that they “don’t need their Success Factors Consultants to be certified”. In the past, a consultant had to complete the Introduction to Mastery, a Mastery course, and complete 2 full projects as the lead consultant to obtain official Success Factors certification and one should be an employee of SF partnering company. It was announced at SuccessConnect 2013 that going forward Success Factors wants to better align their Certification Program with SAP, so they have announced some changes to their Consultant Certification Program. They are introducing 2 levels of certifications in different Success Factors product tracks: Success Factors Certified Associate& Success Factors Certified Professional. But certification comes next to the expertise, experience and knowledge in Success Factors in order to get the job.

What’s Training plan? [training-grooming-supporting]?

Proposed Hours of work sessions includes Training on concepts, Assignments, Live Case Studies, Real-time Working Scenarios, Expertise on SF Software, Software Cloud Instance Access, 15 hours of lab daily during 7 days in a week, End-to-end Resume Building & Presentation, SF labeled documents as material, Tech support, 100% Proxy Certification Support,  Mock Interviews and Consultation (INTERNAL REFERENCES in renowned CMM level companies) with 100% Placement Assistance, Online Exam after the Course and Certificate of Participation from MiNdLiNkS., and consultancy reference [to claim your years of experience assistance from one SAP Partner Company with monthly Salary Payroll for only SF Students in Hyderabad can be referred from] also.

Module-1: Mastery- Intro

1. Introduction to Success factors Products.

2. Instance, Provisioning Systems explanation

3. Technical Architecture

4. Integration Technology/Tools

5. t Methodology – Implementation Methodology.

6. Basic company settings in Provisioning System

7. Creating administrators in Provisioning System

8. Creating administrators in Instance

9. Instance basic settings – Passwords, Home Page, Welcome Menu, Comp info.

10. Administrator tools

11. Managing To DO List.

12. Manage V12 Home Page – Success factors Home Page customization.

13. Theme Manager – Customization Organization Themes.

14. Admin tools 2.0 and the Old Admin Overview.

15. Success factors Revolution UI

16. Commonly used terms

17. 17. Default User Permissions.

18. Admin Privileges

19. Proxy Management

20. Setting up company Logos

21. Manage Data User Records

22. Employee Data File

23. Permissions

24. Password Policies

25. Email Notifications Customization.

26. Text Customization in Instance

27. People Search

28. Rating Scales

29. Route Maps (Workflow)

30. Launching forms

31. Modifying Existing Form Route Map Steps by Administrator

32. Employee Profile

33. Customizing Employee Profile (Layout Configuration).

34. XML and Data models

35. Custom Fields Creation in the Data Models.

36. Interfaces between SAP & Success factors (Data extraction)

37. Pick list Management.

38. Jobs Scheduling & Execution of Jobs in Success factors.

39. Success factors Language Packs.

40. Resetting user accounts or Passwords.

41. User Groups Creation

Module-2: Onboarding-ONB

1. Introduction to Onboarding

2. Initial technical configuration

3. Super admin of onboarding

Configuration of Super Admin

Configuration of Xpress HR applications

Configuration of Instance from biz X system

Configuration of Biz X/provisioning

Integrating the SSO of Onboarding system setup

Accounts Options

Address checking Options

At Home/On-site Options

Browser support Options

E-Verify Options

Mailing Options

Attachments

Corporate Structures

Form-I9 Company level

Features

Forms

Named user Types

Lists

Processes

Service Logins

Locales

Import/Export settings

Import samples

Employee Portals

Manage HRdata

Manage index Fields Cache

PGPkey

4. Creation of JIRA Tickets

5. Requesting the SFTP Credentials

6. Home

7. Reports

8. Document Center

9. Process

Post Hire Verification

New Employee step

Orientation Step

Signature step

10. Notification

Onboarding notification

Off boarding notifications

Reassign notifications

Restart Notifications

Reverification Notifications

11. Security

Groups

Users

Assign user to groups

Assign Groups to Users

12. Reference Files

Corporate structures

Data Lists

Provisioning

Forms

Banks

Container Forms

13. Admin Reports

Metric

Activities

Processed Forms

Provided Forms

Groups by users

User By groups

14. Settings

Logo Settings

Logo Collections

Password Security

Manage employees

Data dictionary

Data lists

Creation of Panels

Forms

PDF forms

Mail Queue

Audit trails

Features

My Profile

Module-3: Employee Central Mastery – Core HCM module

1. General Settings in Provisioning

2. Employee Central Settings

3. Creation of Super Admin

4. Employee Central settings in provisioning

5. Administration security access

6. Roles based permissions

7. Data models

Corporate Data model

Succession Data Model

Country specific Corporate data model

Country Specific Succession data model

Propagation data model

Event derivation data model

8. User Data file

Status

User Name

User ID

Job Code

HR

Manager

Hire date

Login Method

9. Foundation objects

Location group

Location

Geo zone

Pay grade

Pay range

Pay component

Pay component group

Event reasons

Frequency

Dynamic role

Dynamic group

Workflow

10. MDF objects

Legal Entity

Business Unit

Division

Department

Cost Center

Job Function

Job Classification

11. Generic Objects

Customer defined objects

12. Associations

One to One association

One to many Associations

Search Field criteria

Propagations

13. Position Management Settings

Position Management settings authorizations

Position related permissions

Authorization for position org chart

Position related permissions

Defining position objects

Fields labels & visibility

Matrix relationship

General

Hierarchy adoptions

Synchronization

UI customizing

Right to Return

Transition period

Integration

Import

14. Administration

Event

Event reasons

Take Action Button

Job Information

Job relationship

Testing

15. Data Imports

Basic Import

Bio graphical Information

Employment Information

Job Information

Compensation details

Recurring & Non_ recurring

Personal details

16. Time Off

Holidays

Holiday Calendar

Work schedule day model

Work schedule

Time Type

Time account type

Time profile

Assigning time profile to an user

Creation of accounts

Creation of accruals

Creation of Period end processing

Manual Adjustments

17. Business Rules

Hire rule

Accrual rule

Period end processing rule

Termination rule

Integration rule etc

Module-4: Recruiting Management– RCM

1. Introduction to Recruiting Management

2. Instance Creation

3. Manage role-based Permissions

User permissions

Administrative permissions

4. Manage role-based groups

5. Job requisition

Import/Export/update Job Requisition template

Picklist Management

Job requisition Creation- JRDM

Creation of job-req template

Supported Languages

Field Definitions

Field Permissions

Feature permissions

Button Permissions

Mobile Fields

Assessment scale

Application Status Config

6. Requisition headers & footers

7. Posting & Sourcing

Manage Recruiting Sites

Creation of Career Portal

Job Posting- internal & external/Agencies

Job search Fields

Indexing

Source quality Metrix

8. Candidate application phase

Configuring candidate application template

Configure candidate info detail template

Profile back ground elements

Sync background elements

Recruiter permissions & importance

Candidate Key word search

Candidate conceptual Search

9. Selection management

Application Status Configuration

Edit Application Status configuration

Creation of different status of interview section

Interview central

Interview scheduling

Candidate screening questions

Interview feedback

Creation of meeting

Moving candidate form one phase to another

Application view

Resume view

10. Offer management

Creation of offer letter

Offer approval template

Offer letter template

Generate Offer

Initiate Onboarding

11. Rating scales

12. Job Families & roles

13. Customs Tokens

14. Reportable custom fields

15. Email templates

16. System Generated Triggers

17. Help text

18. Creation of Route Maps

19. Assigning the route map

20. Outlook Integrations

21. Twitter Integration

22. LinkedIn Integration

23. Agency posting

Module-5: Analytics

1. Introduction to Reporting

2. Introduction to Dash Boards

3. Set up process dashboards

4. Rating Scale Dashboards

5. Create Interactive Dashboards

6. Report Centre.

7. Manage Report Permissions

8. List view reports / Spotlight view reports

9. Spread sheet reports

10. Classic reports

11. Adhoc Report Builder

12. Single Domain Reports

13. Cross Domain Reports

14. Multi Dataset Reports

Short Description

All “SAP-HR” projects, clients are migrating to “SAP SuccessFactors Cloud HCM” as SAP Labs itself acquired SuccessFactors and pruning SAP-HR out from the development market. If everything is changing towards Success Factors, what makes you to stop at..?

Course Info

5 Modules [ Module 1 - Introduction Mastery + Module 2 - Employee Central Mastery + Module 3 - On Boarding + Module 4 - Recruitment + Module 5 - analytics ] together both Online & Classroom :

Class Times

sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]
SAP SF Cloud HCM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Both Online & Classroom Simultaneously [Regular Batch ]

Meet Our Teacher

Mr. Praveen Kumar

Mr. Praveen Kumar

SAP SUCCESS FACTORS CLOUD HCM

Contact Us

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