When we started up our blog again last week, we kicked off with a post about what ICG is and what we do. And while that can be useful for readers and customers already familiar with SAP HCM, we thought we’d take a moment today to step back and break our services down to a more basic level.
Even for companies already using SAP software, looking further into different modules and solutions surrounding SAP implementation and change management can get confusing, which ...
Part of being an HR professional involves being well-versed in what’s going on in the worlds of Human Resources and Human Capital Management. While ICG is here to help you with the implementation and support of SAP HCM, it never hurts to be educated about the space—and in terms of doing that, the internet is a great place to start.
Even so, there’s so much information on the web that it can sometimes be tough to know what’s legitimate and what isn’t. ...
Earlier this week, we had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Mike Timm, Managing Partner here at ICG. He has some great insights on the world of SAP HCM, on ICG, and on normal life in the workplace here in our office.
You can read the full interview below:
First off, tell us a little bit about yourself. What's your background in consulting, what's your interest in SAP HCM, and how did you end up in your position here at ICG?
Over the last few years on our blog here at ICG, we’ve covered a lot. From alleviating cost burdens in SAP payroll, to recapping HR conferences, to announcing important events, we’ve used our blog to help keep our readers and customers up on what’s going on in HR, HCM, and with SAP.
Until now, though, we’ve been fairly sporadic with posting. This year, we’re making an effort to post to our blog more regularly, keeping our readers up on topics like those ...
We are all familiar with the fact that there are many components that must be in proper working order for the payroll process to result successfully. Each component is a risk point in the payroll process and mitigation of that risk is necessary. Some components are outside of the payroll department control and result is a dependency on other areas that may not always consider payroll requirements.
Payroll processes combines data from several sources including:
HRSPs (HR Support Packs)
Configuration (custom and delivered)