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By Eva Woo, Director Product Marketing

(Originally posted in the SAP Community Network)

 

In original episodes of Star Trek, actors dressed in red shirts that were beamed down to the planet would die (73% chance). Once on the planet, their job was to step in harm’s way between the alien (Romulan my favorite) and Captain Kirk. Aliens didn’t have a speaking part -, maybe a few close up shots -  job done.

 

The actors in red shirts were considered contract employees. Their role was well defined and it was very clear where they fit in the hierarchy of the Star Trek Enterprise. The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise would be considered the permanent employees.

 

Put the 2 groups together add business partners, outsourcing partners, interns, etc., and you have a total workforce. Just… Continue reading

By Vinod Choudhary, Senior Manager Cloud Architecture Product Marketing

(The original blog was posted on the SAP Community Network)

Businesses need a single source of truth and business efficiency demands connected processes. Today, end to end integration of business process is more important than ever. Driven by the need for rapid innovation that often out-paces corporate IT’s ability to deliver, business leaders are increasingly adopting cloud-based applications. But departmental adoption of cloud solutions can create “application silos,” breaking business processes and scattering critical business information across disparate cloud and on-premise systems. The challenge is how to support business’s needs to move quickly while maintaining the integrity of business processes across cloud and on-premise systems.

In today’s cloud-enabled world, connection is real-time, always-on and continuously evolving. Enterprises have to connect – and keep on connecting – in ways that… Continue reading

By Eva Woo, Director Product Marketing

(Originally posted in the SAP Community Network)

 

Do you ever get goosebumps? The ones when little bumps rise up on your arms and legs? It typically happens if there is a change in the temperature around you.  Per Wikipedia: “Goosebumps, also called goose flesh, goose pimples, the medical term cutis anserina, are the bumps on a person’s skin at the base of body hairs which may involuntarily develop when a person is coldor experiences strong emotions such asfear, nostalgia, pleasure, euphoria, awe, admiration and sexual arousal.”

I’ve been getting goosebumps a lot since I’ve been here at SuccessFactors and it’s not because they can’t regulate the air conditioner at the office. It’s because I am in awe. … Continue reading

By Eva Woo, Director Product Marketing

(Originally posted in the SAP Community Network)

Just returned from HR Tech and SuccessConnect in Las Vegas.  We called this “HR Week” back at the office.  There were over 3000 attendees at the Mandalay convention center for HR Tech.  Exhibitors abound including SuccessFactors.  I went on the cheap securing an “expo only” pass and was able to check out all the various HR Technology exhibitors on the show floor.  I would consider myself a veteran at trade shows as an attendee – and I have a collection of squishy balls to prove it.  There is the initial “wow” feeling when you enter the expo hall where every vendor out there is putting their best face forward to get your attention.  Demo stations flourish at every… Continue reading

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